After a reception with various bankers, Pres. Pauai of Mahal retires to his hotel suite with his senior staff. They confer on the best course of action after examining the draft agreement submitted by Mr. Portersen and many other bankers. Unfortunately, Pauai is framed for the murder of a beautiful American blonde after he unknowingly drank the drugged champagne and slept with her that very night. The next day, he sends General Loctuck to send his apologies to the bankers because he is ill. Loctuck tells the bankers that much and much more, namely that the government of Mahal is not prepared to accept the draft proposal that the banker suggested. An associate of Alexander calls him frantically pleading him to talk to Pauai in hopes of him convincing Pauai to reverse the current decision announced by the general. Alexander makes vaugue promises to try his best and sends Sinclair to Chicago to clean up this affair.