Moneychangers

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"[...] "I gave them a scare, anyhow," said Montague, laughing.
"I can wager one thing," said the other. "There has been a fine shaking up in somebody's office down town! There's a man who comes here every night, who's probably heard of it. That's Will Roberts."
And the Major looked about the dining-room. "Here he comes now," he said.
At the farther end of the room there had entered a tall, dark-haired man, with a keen expression and a brisk step. "Roberts the Silent," said the ...
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"[...] "I gave them a scare, anyhow," said Montague, laughing.
"I can wager one thing," said the other. "There has been a fine shaking up in somebody's office down town! There's a man who comes here every night, who's probably heard of it. That's Will Roberts."
And the Major looked about the dining-room. "Here he comes now," he said.
At the farther end of the room there had entered a tall, dark-haired man, with a keen expression and a brisk step. "Roberts the Silent," said the Major. "Let's have a try at him." And as the man passed near, he hailed him. "Hello! Roberts, where are you going? Let me introduce my friend, Mr. Allan Montague."
The man looked at Montague. "Good evening, sir," he said. "How are you, Venable?"
"Couldn't be worse, thank you," said the Major. "How are things with you on the Street?"
"Dull, very dull," said Roberts, as he passed on. "Matters look bad,
I'm afraid. Too many people making money rapidly."

The Major chuckled. "A fine sentiment," he said, when Roberts had passed out of hearing-"from a man who has made sixty millions in the last ten years!"
"It did not appear that he had ever heard of me," said Montague.
"Oh, trust him for that!" said the Major. "He might have been planning to have your throat cut to-night, but you wouldn't have seen him turn an eyelid. He is that sort; he's made of steel himself, I believe."
He paused, and then went on, in a reminiscent mood, "You've read of the[...]".

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  • ISBN-13: 9781414265513
  • Publisher: IndyPublish.com
  • Publication date: 12/28/2003
  • Pages: 208

Meet the Author

Upton Beall Sinclair, Jr. (September 20, 1878 - November 25, 1968), was an American author and one-time candidate for governor of California who wrote close to one hundred books in many genres. He achieved popularity in the first half of the twentieth century, acquiring particular fame for his classic muckraking novel, The Jungle (1906).
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