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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"What's the use? It's a cinchh the police have lier under surveillance. If I had gone trying to force my way into the case, they'd have had me in a tough spot, and I may not be in any too good a spot as it is."
" Why?"
" My finger-prints may be on that murder gun."
She made little designs on the corner of her shorthand notebook with a sharp pencil.
" This is the most peculiar murder case you ever got mixed up in," she said. "We haven't any clients in this murder case yet-that is, we haven't any retainer, except Brunold's." .
He nodded slowly and said, "I wish I had known where I could have reached Bertha McLane last night.
She didn't leave us any address, did she?"
" No, only the boy-Harry McLane--and that, I think, is the number of a pool room."
" It probably would be. See if you can get him on the telephnne_ Ring the number he gave, anrl see if they can give any other number where we can reach him right away."
She nodded, made a note on her shorthand notebook and asked, "Was there anything else?"
" Yes," he told her, "ring up the Basset residence. Tell Dick Basset I'm still trying to get in touch withh his mother and that it's very important. And, by the way, see if you can . . ."
The telephone bell rang. She picked up the receiver,

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