If the ladies of a fashionable and progressive intellectual club will not after two or three years of repeated requests, make it a habit, one and all, to remove their hats during a dinner and the subsequent speeches in a crowded and level-floored club dining-room, it is useless to look for any finer courtesy among the “cultured” than among the work-worn “laboring” classes.

Cultured Ladies

Editor’s note: I have a feeling this was a personal gripe with Edith.