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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

McLane met his gaze defiantly for a moment, then dropped his eyes and said, in a voice so low that it could hardly be heard, "I was going to pay him back."
" Does Mr. Basset know about it?" Mason inquired.
" He does now."
" When did he find it out?"
" Yesterday."
" Just how did the embezzlement take place?" Mason inquired, turning to the young man. "Was it over a long period of time? Was it in one sum, or was it in smaller sums, and what was done with the money?"
Harry McLane looked expectantly toward his sister. She said, "It was in four separate amounts-almost a thousand dollars each."
" How was it done?"
" It was done by substituting forged notes for original ones."
The lawyer frowned, and said, "I don't see just how that would be an embezzlement, unless the original notes were negotiated"
Harry McLane, raising his voice for the first time since he had entered the room, said, "You don't need to go into all those details, Sis; just tell him what you want done."
" What do 'you want me to do?" Mason inquired.
" I want you to return the money to Mr. Basset. That is, jwant you to arrange it so I can return the money to Mr. Basset."

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