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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Where was it?"
" On the floor."
" Had Mrs. Basset seen it?"
" Objected to as calling for a conclusion of the witness," Mason said. Then, as he saw Judge Winters hesitating, said, "Oh, well, I'll withdraw the objection.
Let's hear his story."
" No, sir," Overton said, "she hadn't seen it."
" What did you do?"
" I stooped and picked it up."
" Did she see what you had picked up?"
" No, sir, she had her back turned to me at the moment."
" And what did you do then?"
" I slipped the eye in my pocket."
" Then what?"
" Then I left the room and, as soon as I had left the room, she closed and locked the door behind me. Then I scratched the cross on the inside of the eye with the diamond on my ring, and went at once to Mr. Basset."
" Then what happened?"
" Mr. Basset tried to identify the eye. He asked me to get in touch with some reputable manufacturer of artificial eyes, and see if there was any way in which the eye could be identified."
" Did you do so?"
" I did so."
" We will," said Burger, "let the identification of the

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