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1. Artful Andrew — Ah! My Flor-de-Gasollne is out! My dear sir!
will you favor me with a light? Old Party — No! confound your impudence, I'll have this officer ar rest you for vagrancy. Old Party — Here officer; arrest this vagrant! 3. Artful Andrew — Now officer, you had better quit; you have your kennel companion wound up now so he will go for eight days. Say, let's go round the other way, this will get to be a habit! 5. Artful Andrew — They will get out an extra about this explosion! I see a nice soft spot over here; I shall go over and fall on it. I think the old gentleman has made quite an impression on the cop! MAGAZINE BBOTIOI 9 «~>3Y <*). C VOUflC— 2. Artful Andrew — Oh, mercy! But you're exclusive. You swells are so lavishly and extravagantly polite that you make us primitive and untutored people positively ashamed! 4. Artful Andrew — "Walt me around again, Willie!" Officer, we must quit soon, I have an engagement for dinner. Besides, this isn't a nice way to treat a polite old Gentleman! 6. Artful Andrew — Well, good day, sir! By the way, are you look- 0 Ing for our mutual friend, the cop? You are sitting on him my very dear sir! May I call you an ambulance? No? Very well! once more — Good Day!