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Mr. Bunion: How I shouldn't want to be as poor as that old fellow. I shouldn't want to be poverty stricken!
Man: That old fellow is worth only about twenty millions--
Mr. Bunion: He isn't worth as much as that fellows father. There's a real swell, you can see that!
Man: He hasn't got a cent! Not a penny if he had what he owes he'd be worth thousands.
Mr. Bunion: I'd like to be like that stalwart and prosperous looking man going there.
Man: You would eh? Well he spends nine out of twelve months in an insane asylum.
Mr. Bunion: That fellow going by looks more like a lunatic than the other party did to me, um.
Man: Do you know who he is? he's president of nine banks, six trust companies and 12 corporations.
Mr. Bunion: I'd hate to be as old as that chap is. He hasn't long to live on this earth.
Man: I know him well. He's only forth years old he's a great athlete, a great pedestrian.
Mr. Bunion: This fellow looks more like an athlete than the other fellow!
Man: Well sir! That man is ninety three years old. He doesn't look it but he is--
Mr. Bunion: I suppose that clerical looking man is a thief.
Man: He's worse than a thief he's an all around crook. Confidence man, dip burglar and cutthroat!
Mr. Bunion: Tell me what that loafer is and I"ll go!
Man: He's one of our brainiest lawyers. An ex-judge of the circuit court and recently he has been appointed an ambassador to-