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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, ihadam; I
mean, lkw old areyou?"
"I, am pot old, sir," with indigna
"I beg your pardon, madamv I
mean, how many'years have you
"None; the years have passed me."
"How -many of them have passed
you?" - '
"All. 1 never heard of them stop
ping."' v -; .v
"Madam, you must answer my
question, I want to know your age."
' "I don't know that the acquaint
ance desired by the-other side'
"Ijdbn't see Vhy you insist upon
refusing to answer myque'stion," said
the lawyer,4 coaxingly. "1 am sure I
would.tell you how old 1 was if I were
"But nobody wouUTask 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.
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