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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

toward Brunold. Brunold sat, arms folded across his chest, chin slightly sunk forward, eyes fixed. His face, was absolutely without expression.
It was Sylvia Basset whose face showed the emotion which newspaper reporters like to describe in sensational articles. She bit her lip, leaned forward to stare at the witness, then sat back with an audible, tremulous sigh.
" When did he order the bloodshot eye?" Burger asked.
" At nine o'clock in the morning, on the fourteenth of this month."
" What time does the Downtown Optical Company open its doors?"
" Nine o'clock in the morning."
" He was there when the doors opened?"
" Yes, sir."
" What did he say, if anything?"
" He said that it was necessary for him to have a bloodshot eye at once. He said he wanted an eye to take the place of the one which he. had lost."
" Did he say when the eye had been lost?" "Yes, sir, the night before."
" Did he mention a time?"
" No, sir."
" Did Mr. Brunold tell you under what circumstances the eye had been lost?"
" Yes. I told him we couldn't possibly make the eye

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