WhU American womea have thelr rwa gri avances the aex enjoya a freedora of aotlon and an opportunity for getting anead greater than are found glsewhere. The men ot Buropean countrles, as a rule, apa far lesa considérate oí women than are Amerit;ans. Iu Belglum woman diga in the mí-ae and does the coarest of work. In Germany she toils in tha fields. Even in France, the country of pollténoQS, she toils labortously and often with Uttle consideratlon on the part of the male portion of the communlty. The towns where art and culture most abound often present striking countsr pictures. Budapet U a beautiful city, yet in thia aprtlr- oÍTilizud oocumiiUtjr ulo tourBee young gtrla and women of all ages c&rrying brieks ajd mortar, and mlxlng the latter, wberever a building is going up.