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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

CHAPTER IX

PERRY MASON, attired in the white uniform of a window-cleaner, a uniform which he had rented at a masquerade costumer's, carried several rubber window-cleaning blades in his right hand. Slightly behind him, Paul Drake, similarly attired, carried a pail of water in each hand.
" I suppose," the detective remarked lugubriously, "you had it all figured out when you arranged for the costumes."
" Had what figured out?" Mason asked.
" That I was to be the assistant, and carry the pails of water."
Mason grinned, but said nothing.
They rode up in the freight elevator to the sixth floor of the Ambassador Hotel. A man, lounging in the corridor, with broad shoulders, square-toed shoes, and a belligerent jaw, eyed them in silent accusation.
The pair ignored the stare, walked purposefully to the end of the corridor, and opened the fire-escape window at the end of the hallway.
" Is he looking?" Perry Mason asked, as he slid a leg out over the window sill.
" Looking in sort of a half-hearted manner," Paul

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