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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"My secretary has your address?" Mason inquired.
" Yes, 3902 Washington Street. I've got a little jobbing house there-in automotive parts-piston rings, gaskets and that sort of stuff."
" Own it yourself or working for someone?"
" I own it myself. I'm fed up working for other people. I was a salesman for years. I traveled on rattling trains, ruined my stomach eating poor food, and made a lot of money for the smart boys that stayed at home and owned the business."
He winked his glass eye significantly.
" I got that," he said, "in a train wreck back in 1911. You can see the scar on the side of my head knocked me out cold. I was in the hospital for two weeks, and it was a month after that before I knew who I wasloss of memory. It lost me my eye and ruined my life."
Mason nodded sympathetically and said, "All right, Brunold; if anything happens, you get in touch with me. If I'm not in the office, you call Della Street, my secretary, and talk with her. She's in my confidence and knows all about the business of the people who call on me."
" Will she keep her mouth shut?" Brunold asked. Mason laughed. "Torture," he said, "wouldn't get a word out of her."
" How about money?"
" No chance."

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