[Gone to See a Man]
Mr. Bunion: He will rid me of this valise?
Man: Yes! You go down to his office and tell him that I, his brother, sent you. He will be only too glad to do it for you!
Mr. Bunion: There won't be any trouble getting in to see him will there? Some people are--
Man: No! No! He's a man anyone can see. I'm his brother. I have a nervous disorder or I'd go with you! But--
Mr. Bunion: I have no card, my boy. Just tell him his brother sent me here. It will be all right, wan in, boy!
Boy: I can take you in as far as the door man.
Mr. Bunion: I wonder if this brother is dippy or not!
Boy: His bother never comes around here. He is not well!
Mr. Bunion: I just want ed to see him a moment about a valise I have here!
Doorman: You say his brother sent you here? I'll see what I can do, sir!
Doorman: Why, Mister Secretary. His brother sent this man in to see about a valise he has.
Secretary: A what? A who? What valise? Who is he?
Mr. Bunion: I, eh, um! Ehem!
Secretary: What is it you want? Do you want to see? What do you want to see him about? What valise? Who's valise is it and where?
Mr. Bunion: It is this valise of mine. I thought.
Secretary: No! No! I'm sorry but I can not disturb him now. He's very busy! You'd better drop him a letter. How is his brother?