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CHINA'S FIRST WOMAN LAWYER
Berkeley, Cal. The ambitions and! daring of young China are pensoni fled in Miss Yarlock Lowe, daughter' of the Dragon land, and a law student at the University of California. She is soon to return to China as its first woman barrister. Undaunted by the fear that femin ism is too revolutionary for the new republic, Miss Lowe is willing to run the gauntlet of disapproval in order to advance the .day of the Oriental wo man's participation in public affairs. o o Cardington, 0. Dr. W. A. Winters, Newcastle, Ind., notified that little girl no one knew or claimed who was bur ied just after flood last March looked like Catherine Winters. Investigation. INCOME TAX CHOKES 'COUGH UP Income tax collection is bothering Chicago millionaires so much that they can't cough up as much this year for-.charity as usual. Sherman C. Kingsley," former su perintendent of United Charities and now in 'charge of the Elizabeth Mc Cormick Memorial Fund, made the explanation, yesterday before the hearing of the New Tork Commission on Funds to Widowed Mothers in. 'the juvenile-court r.ooni. ' 4 "Funds for charity are short in all the larger cities this year," said King sley, "and the reason is .'adverse times' and 'anticipation of the privi leges of the income tax.' " St. Loute, Mo. Because Hamilton & Brown Shoe Co. allowed only mem bers of Boot and Shoe Workers' Union to return to work when it re opened Sunlight factory, 3,000 mem bers of United Shoe Workers par aded, downtown district in protest.