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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"No. Sometimes I slip an extra eye in my vest pocket. I've got a vest pocket lined with chamois skin, so the eye won't scratch. I always keep this leather case in my grip if I'm traveling, or on my dresser if I'm not."
He extracted a glass eye and handed it to the lawyer.
Mason held it in his palm, stared at it thoughtfully.
" Rather a neat job," he said.
" Nothing of the sort," Brunold contradicted. "It's a rotten job. The pupil's a little out of shape. The thing they call the iris is irregular; the colors aren't blended, and the veins are too red. A good vein for a bloodshot eye has a yellowish tint to it. . . . Now, take a look at this eye and you can see what a good eye is like. Of course, that isn't a bloodshot eye like that first one I gave you, but it's an eye made by an expert. You can see the difference. It's got better color. The blending is better. The pupil is regular."
Mason). inspecting the two eyes, nodded thoughtfully.
" This isn't your eye?" he asked, tapping the bloodshot eye with his forefinger.
" No."
" Where did you find it?"
" In that leather case of mine."
" You mean to say," the lawyer asked, "that the per son who stole your bloodshot eye took it from this case and put the counterfeit eye in the pocket from which the original had been taken?"

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