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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Harry McLane stared at him with sullen defiance. Mason took a quick step toward him and McLane dropped into the chair.
Mason turned back to Bertha McLane.
" You wanted to get legal advice," he said. "I'm giving it to you. You can't- cover up this embezzlement, with the understanding that Basset isn't going to prosecute your brother; unless you compound a felony. Moreover, from the income that you have at your command, you can't hope to keep up regular monthly payments to Basset, support your mother, pay your own living expenses, and, at the same time, pay out the money that your brother will be nicking you for every month in order to keep up with his gambling.
" I'll try to get this young man probation. But, in order to get probation, he'll have to cut out all of his gambling associations. He'll have to tell the court who got this money and what was done with it. He'll have to quit acting the part of a spoiled kid with an indulgent sister, and learn to stand on his own two feet, and it may make a man of him."
" But you don't understand," Bertha McLane said, in a voice that seemed perilously close to the breaking Point. «jwe got to pay back the money anyway. It was embezzled by my brother. I wouldn't care Whether he went to jail or whether he didn't. I'd turn over the money to Mr. Basset just as fast as I could get it."

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