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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"A Sergeant Holcomb at police headquarters, and then the district attorney's office. I thought he was a detective and I listened to the conversation."
" The district attorney's office!" Holcomb said.
" Why, yes," the cashier told him. "He called the district attorney when he couldn't get Sergeant Holcomb. He asked the district attorney to send a man over to be with him when he interviewed a chap by the name of McLane, who was a witness to something or other."
Sergeant Holcomb said slowly, "Well-I'll-bedamned!"
" What do we do now?" Mason inquired. "Do we talk with Harry McLane?"
" I talk with Harry McLane," Sergeant Holcomb said. "You wait in the corridor."
Holcomb pushed Mason toward the elevator.
" Ninth floor," he said.
They reached the ninth floor and Mason, hastily stepping from the elevator, started to walk in the wrong direction, then, glancing at the numbers on the room, caught himself, turned and walked down the corridor toward 904. Sergeant Holcomb caught Mason's sleeve and pulled him back.
" I'll be the one who makes the contact," he said. "You keep back of me."
He stood in front of the door of 904 and knocked gently. When there was no answer, he knocked again,

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