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A WOMAN'S WAY
"To begin with, what is your age,
madam?" was the lawyers's question.
"My own," she answered promptly.
"I understand that, madam; I
mean, how old are you?"
"I am not old, sir," with indigna
tion. "I beg your pardon, madam, I
mean, how many years have you
"None; the years have passed me."
"How many of them have passed
"All. I never heard of them stop
ping." "Madam, you must answer my
question. I want to know your age."
"I don't know that the acquaint
ance is desired by the other side."
"I don't see why you insist upon
refusing to answer my question," said
the lawyer, coaxingly. "I am sure I
would tell you how old I was if I were
"But nobody would ask you, for
everybody knows that you are old
enough to know better than to be
asking a woman her age."
And the lawyer passed "on to the
Maine is the latest state granting
pensions to widows.