Alphonse Giraud and I swore to the clothing—indeed, the linen was marked plainly enough—and we left the undertaker to his work.
In the passage downstairs they met the undertaker's men, who were coming in.
Dankmere, who had been closing up and piling together the undertaker's camp-chairs, looked around at the younger man.
"I'm so glad it isn't an undertaker we have to call for," put in Grace, with a shudder.
Strictly speaking, there is no undertaker or business man in a corporation.
The undertaker saw him and whipped a revolver out of his hip-pocket.
It is not without reason that the French undertaker ambushes beneath the imposing style of Pompes Funbres.
It would spoil the paper, and do nobody any good but the coroner and the undertaker!
Every undertaker refused to take him, because they could not match him.
No undertaker was called, for in that small settlement one would not have been supported.