"The Woman About Town" of The New York Evening Sun is Miss Helen Watterson, a young woman from "the west." Besides the witty and thoughtful utteranees of "TheWoman About Town," she prepares much other matter for the paper, writes specials, reads SÍSS. and does general office work. As a conversationalist Miss Watterson is delightful. She possesses a keen sense of humor and has always something bright and fresh to say on every topic. Miss Watterson is a quiet dresser and has a preference for sober browna and soft grays. She lives with Mrs. Abby Sage Richardson. It is much easier nowadays for a woman who can write well to get into journalism thim for a man who can write equally well.