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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Give her two hundred dollars, Della," he said, "and have her sign a written statement that she is to go to Reno under my instructions; that she is to register under her own name; that when someone seeks to serve papers on her she will say her name is not Hazel Fenwick nor Hazel Basset nor Hazel Chalmers, but that she will accept the papers."
" What's the object of that?" Thelma Bevins asked.
" That protects you and it protects me," Perry Mason said. "It shows exactly what you're instructed to do. Above all, be sure that you don't lie. Don't say that your name is Hazel Fenwick. Don't say that your name is Hazel Basset. Never admit that you're anyone except Thelma Bevins. Simply sayy that you're expecting the papers and will accept service of them. Do you understand that?"
" I think I do," she said. "And I get three hundred dollars when it's over with?"
" That's right."
She leaned across the desk and gave Perry Mason her hand.
" Thanks," she said. "I'll make a good job of it." The telephone rang and Della Street, lifting the receiver and listening, glanced at Perry Mason.
" Paul Drake, Chief," she said.
Mason said, "Run Miss Bevins out through that side door, Della. I don't want Paul Drake to see her. She can go around and come in the office from the other

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