WOMEN: Alert Ladies

It was not surprising that Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, wife of the Governor of Pennsylvania, was a part of the labor news last week. She made a move to end the Passaic, N. J., textile workers' strike;* despatched a letter to Col. Charles S. H. Johnson, Vice President of the Botany Worsted Mills, conspicuous on the employers' side of the deadlock, urging him to recognize the union organization.

Mrs. Pinchot is not the only wealthy woman who knows the difference between a "scab" and a striker. Last week, readers of The Christian Century were...

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