On an impulse he ordered the cabbie to draw up to the curb and purchased a newspaper.
"Hey, that's a nice place," the cabbie said heartily, as they started off.
"The worst is nothing compared to those boys," the cabbie said.
"Because Shellenberger was State's attorney, after all," the cabbie said.
"Why, it is better than even that I still can," the cabbie said.
The cabbie took the money with haste and politeness and stowed it away.
"See that the cabbie—hic—is paid," was the other's response; and he linked his arm in Jurgis'.
"Here we are," called the cabbie, and Jurgis awakened his companion.
"It is where kings and queens and great soldiers and scholars are buried," said cabbie.
He was afraid to try to go through his companion's pockets, however; and besides the cabbie might be on the watch.