A New York Jtcporter. One of the brightest of the younger newspaper women of New York is Agnes Monroe. Miss Monroe is editor of the Woman's Department of The Club, anil does a line of work quite unlike that fol lowed by any other writer on the metro- 4i?5-eS;.'2 A (INKS MONliOK. politan pres3. For. 111 addition to her compilation of feminine club gossip she takes a whack at the men's clubs ocea sioually and attends to many of the uusi ness details of this dainty little penn.1 ical. The lady is an accomplished French student and has published several trans lations of eminent French authors, silie is a prominent member ot Sorosis and the Woman's Press club. Miss Monroe in private life is Mrs. Philip Russell, wife of a well known newspaper man. She is not a bit of a bas bleu in appearance, being pretty well dressed and possessing an intellectual intellec-tual and fascinating personality. Miss Monroe was a New England girl but has all tliesavoir f aire of a French woni an. She is a brilliant entertainer and her dinners aud receptions are among the most charming In Bohemia.