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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

man, but Edith Brite was standing in front of the couch and Mrs. Basset was very anxious that I shouldn't go near the couch. She kept pushing me away. If you're at all interested, you might care to know that I'm going to report the matter to Mr. Basset in the morning. Mrs. Basset has no right in those offices and I have. She had no right to push me away."
" Overpowered you, did she?" Mason asked sarcastically.
" You don't know that Brite woman," Colemar retorted. "She's strong as an ox and she does everything Mrs. Basset tells her to."
" You'd been out?" Mason asked.
" Yes, sir, to a picture show."
" When you came back you saw someone running down the street?"
Colemar straightened with such frosty dignity as can be mustered by a man whose shoulders have been bent over a desk during years of clericall work.
" I did," he said ominously.
Something in his tone caused Mason's eyes to narrow.
" Look here, Colemar," he said, "did you recognize that man?"
" That," Colemar said, "is something which is none of your business. That is something which I shall report to Mr. Basset. I don't wish to seem disrespectful, but I don't know your connection with Mrs. Basset and I don't know what right you have to invade my room

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