Mrs. John Dtt of Dyersville, Dubuque couiity, recently admitted topracricein Iowa conrts, was born in thia city Sbe is the danghter of one of Du n'qne's first settlers and most esteemed :;t!ZcU8, ex-Mayor John D Bnsh Her muden wme was Anme M. Bnsh. Sha SniBtiedtoMr. Üttinl886. Her husband was a practioing attorney it Dyersville, and beiug much of hia rime absent Mrs. Utt began to stndy iaw to enable her to attend to her fcand's business when absent. Becomiug interested, she extended her studies to every branch of tlie legal profession, and i having a liking for it knowledge came sasy. She decided to stndy for admission to t)ie bar, and having prepared herself appeared before the committee of the supreme court at Des Moines Jan. 14 and ; 15 last in a class of 34 applicants. The i examination was very strict, lasting two , ■hjv. üf the class ten were rejected, j some of whom were graduales of law i schools. When her name appeared ■ amoug the successful applicants, there was general applause. Mrs. Uttis a brunette, of fine ! anee and pleasant manners. She will i devote her atteution to equity cases, preparation of papers and pleadings I fore the judges, and will undoubtedly niake her ïuark among the lady Iawyer3 of the country.