Philadelphia was a gay, lighthearted town. Anyone found smiling after
the curfew rang was liable to be arrested. If a woman dropped her glove on
a street, she might be hauled before a judge for stripteasing. The city had
so many reformers, they tried reforming each other ... Undertaking in
Philadelphia--a mortician can hardly tell if he's burying a dead person or
a live one.
-- W. C. Fields