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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

want to know is how it happened that you slipped up on the job."
" I don't know."
" Well, go ahead and tell me the whole thing and perhaps I'll know when you get done."
" I followed your instructions," Drake said slowly, his eyes remaining downcast, "and took a plane to Reno. I arrived there, went to the telegraph office, called for telegrams, and found the message for me from Della Street telling me where to go to make the service. I stuck the telegram in my coat pocket, went up to a hotel, got a room, took off my coat and washed up. A bell boy came in to ask me if I had all the towels I wanted, and all that sort of stuff-that is, Perry, I thought at the time he was a bell boy."
" Go on," Mason said ominously. "Then what?"
" So far as I knew at the time, nothing," Drake told him, "but afterwards, when I looked through my coat pockets for that telegram, I couldn't find it. But that wasn't until quite a bit later."
" Go on," the lawyer said impatiently; "let's have it."
" Honest to God, Perry, I'd covered my back trail just as well as I could. I didn't figure I was tailed on the plane."
" Plane was crowded?" Mason asked.
" Yes, to capacity."
" Anyone try to talk with you?"
" Yes, a couple of men had a bottle and they tried

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