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"Have women the strenth of mind
to conduct themselves in politics like
men? Could a woman, like Caesar,
have refused the crown?"
"I think so," said the lady ad
dressed. "Of course, she might have
tried it on, just to see if it was a fit."
ELEMENT OF DIFFICULTY
"What is the hardest part of your
work as a lecturer"?" asked the man
designated as toastmaster.
"As a rule," replies Mr. Speekins,
"the hardest part of my work is wak
ing up the audience after the man
who introduces me has concluded his