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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"If it isn't, we're going to be in a jam."
Drake said irritably, "We're going to be in a jarn anyway, if we get caught. It's going to be soniething we can't explain away."
" Forget it," Mason said. "Where's that belt?"
Drake handed him a safety belt. Mason slid out of the window and hooked the belt in an eye placed for that purpose in the wall just outside the window of the adjoining room. He stood out on the window ledge, caught Drake's hand, steadied himself, and then moved across to the adjoining window, standing for a long moment with his legs spread out across six stories of space.
" Take it easy," Drake cautioned.
Mason slipped the other hook of the belt through the eye on the near side of the window.
" Okay now," he said. "Hand me the water."
Drake stretched out and handed across a pail of water. Mason started sponging the window. A moment later, he knocked on the glass. A woman, attired in underthings, threw a kimono hastily about her shoulders and came to the window, glaring angrily.
Mason made motions indicating that she was to raise the window.
Sylvia Basset flung open the window.
" Look here," she said, "what do you mean by cleaning these windows when I'm dressing? I'm going to complain to the management. You can't . . ."

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