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got some pretty strong suspicions. One of her husbands had arsenic in his stomach. They started an investiga,tion. They exhumed another husband and found more arsenic. They arrested her, took her finger-prints, questioned her, and didn't find out anything. While they were collecting more data, some kind-hearted friend slipped her a couple of saws. She sawed through the bars of the county jail, where she was being held, and disappeared."
Mason gave a low whistle,. and said, "Any living husbands?"
" Yes. There's Stephen Chalmers. She married him and he walked out on her two days after the marriage. She didn't get a chance to feed him arsenic."
" Does he know about her past record?" Mason asked.
" No. I think he lied about his property when she married him. She found out the truth and there was quite a scene. Chalmers called her a gold digger and walked out. He hasn't seen her since."
" Are you sure of the identification?" the lawyer asked.
" Yes," Drake said. "I managed to copy the photograph from the back of Dick Basset's watch."
" I didn't know there was any photograph," Mason said.
" Neither do the police. Basset has the only photograph. He hasn't said a word about it." "How did you get it?"

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