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WOMAN ATTORNEY IN HIGHEST A "LADY BUTCHER" BUT SWEET
COURT IN LAND AND GENTLE FOR ALL THAT
Texas is now represented at the
United States supreme court bar by
a woman Mrs. Hortense Ward of
Authority to practice in the high
est court in the land was 'granted to
her recently in Washington. Mrs.
Ward has been practicing law in Tex
as for several years. She is active
in state politics and two years ago
she led the movement that won sep
arate property rights for women in
Two English words in which all the
five vowels are to be found in proper
alphabetical order are "abstemious"
An Italian priest who has invented
many wireless devices has succeeded
in intercepting messages with needles
hrust into a potato.
The home may be sphere enough
for some women, but it was all too
small for Miss Allie Pitts of Eureka
Springs, Ark., most womanly of
women, so she stepped womanly out
of it into her own butcher shop.
Miss Pitts not merely owns a
butcher shop, she, butchers sleek
calves and fat pigs, prepares them
for the market and then hands them
over le white marble slab to her
customers. Miss Pitts has an attrac
tive home and she's one of the most
charming hostesses in Eureka
The Decalogue in phrases terse
Defines the sins that man should
The statutes of our land rehearse
A list of things not to be done.
The laws are very plain, but still
Why do they overlook thje crime
Of loafers who come in and kill
A column writer's precious time?
Firing at its highest speed a French
battery would take thirteen minutes
to cover every square yard within