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room in the Verona hotel.
"I have a man I want you to meet. He is coming here this
afternoon. Ah, Lobsang, you would do better if you shaved
off your beard. Americans seem to dislike beards, and this
man is an American who reconditions trucks and cars and
moves them from country to country. How about it?"
"Sir," I replied, "if the Americans or anyone else dislike
my beard, they will have to go on disliking. My jaw bones
were shattered by Japanese boots, and I wear a beard to
disguise my injuries."
My employer talked with me for quite a time and before
we parted he gave me a very satisfactory sum of money,
saying that I had kept my part of the bargain, he would
keep his.
The American was a flashy individual, rolling a huge

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cigar between his thick lips. His teeth were liberally studded
with gold fillings, and his clothes really dazzled with their
gaudiness. Dancing attendance upon him was a very arti-
ficially-


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