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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

who was, or at least had been at some time, a protcssional typist."
" Cross-examine," Burger said briefly.
" If I understand the testimony correctly," Mason said, "this paper was typed upon the machine which was subsequently found in Mrs. Basset's bedroom. After it was typed, it was taken to the room where the body was found, and inserted in the typewriter. Is that correct?"
" Yes, Sir."
" Thank you," Mason said. "That is all."
Judge Winters made a note in his notebook, nodded his head to Burger and said, "Your next witness, Counselor."
" Arthur Colemar," Burger announced.
Colemar came forward, took the oath, and slid into the witness chair, his gray eyes blinking as though he were slightly bewildered at his surroundings. "Your name's Arthur Colemar?"
" Yes."
" What's your occupation, and by whom were you last employed?"
" I was Mr. Hartley Basset's secretary, sir."
" How long had you been employed by him?"
" For three years."
" When did you last see him?" "On the fourteenth of this month."
" Was he living or dead?"

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