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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

salary, that makes your monthly income around seven hundred and fifty dollars a month."
Harry McLane's lips quivered at the corners. He said, "You can't figure it that way," and lapsed into silence.
" Any of that money go to your mother?" Mason asked.
It was Bertha McLane who answered the question.
" No," she said, "we don't know where it went."
Mason turned again to the boy.
" Where did it go, Harry?"
" It's gone."
" Where?"
" I tell you it's gone."
" I want to know where it went"
" Why do you want to know that?"
`Because I've got to know it if I'm going to help you."
" A fat lot of help you're being."
Mason pounded his fist on the desk with slow deliberation, beating time to his words with the pounding of the fist.
" If you think," he said, "that I'm going to try to help you without knowing the facts of the case, you're crazy. Now, are you going to tell me the facts, or are you going to find some other lawyer?"
" He gave the money to someone," Bertha McLane said.

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