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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

wasn't injured. I've got about ninety per cent of natural motion.
" Now then," he went on, "a man's eyes vary. His pupils are smaller during the day than at night. Sometimes his good eye gets bloodshot. Lots of things may account for that, a long drive in an automobile, losing sleep or getting drunk. With me it's usually getting drunk. I'm sensitive about-my eye. I'm telling you about it because you're my lawyer. I've got to tell my lawyer the truth, otherwise I'd see you in hell before I told you anything about having a bum eye. None of my closest friends know it.
" I've got a set of half a dozen eyes-duplicates for some, and some for wear under different conditions. I had one eye that was made bloodshot. It was a swell job. I used it when I'd been out on a binge the night before."
The lawyer slowly nodded. "Go on," he said. "Someone stole it and left a counterfeit in its place." "How do you know?"
Brunold snorted. "How would I know?" he exclaimed. "The same way I'd know anything. How would you know if someone stole your dog, or your horse, and left a cur or an old plug in its place?"
He took a case from his pocket, turned back the flaps and disclosed four artificial eyes in leather pockets.
" Carry that with you all 'the time?" Mason inquired curiously.

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