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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Who was present?"
" Just Mrs. Basset, Richard Basset and myself."
" Where did the conversation take place?"
" In the hallway at the head of the stairs near the entrance to her bedroom."
" What was said?"
" She asked me if I was familiar with Mr. Basset's business affairs, and I told her I was. She asked me precisely how much life insurance Mr. Basset was carrying. I told her that I would prefer she take that up with Mr. Basset. She told me not to be foolish, that the insurance was carried for her protection, and she said, as nearly as I can remember, 'Colemar, you know that I'm the beneficiary in the insurance'
" I didn't say anything, and after a moment she said,, `I am, am I not?' And then I said, `Of course, Mrs. Basset, since you put it that way, there's no reason why I should contradict you. But I would prefer you talked over the nature, extent and type of the insurance with Mr. Basset.'
" She said she thought Mr. Basset was carrying too much insurance, and that she was going to ask him to drop some of the policies."
" Did she say precisely which policies?"
" No, sir."
" Then the effect of her conversation was to reassure her mind upon the fact that Basset was carrying ..."
" Objected to as argumentative and calling for a con-

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