The washing of table cloths and napkins is an expense large enough to change the grade of the house that cannot afford it from the one that can; it must be paid for by the boarders and consequently affects the price of board. In such a house as the one we write of, however, it is not practicable to make a separate account of it. Good hotel managers expect the money earned by the laundry to pay its way and pay for the laundry work of the house; probably such was the case here and it need not affect our estimates.