Edith Shayne: Mrs. Hoyt
Mrs. Hoyt : I tell you, Will, things have come to a pretty pass when girls of eighteen want to educate their mothers.
Mr. Hoyt : Well, just what *is* the matter with her?
Mrs. Hoyt : She has an acute attack of youth, and thinks she'a a beauty.
Mr. Hoyt : Why shouldn't she? The very image of her father!
Mrs. Hoyt : She imagines herself a modern Queen of Sheba, with every man subject to her enchantment.