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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Sure," he said. "She'd have bumped Hartley Basset first, and then Dick. Perhaps she'd have cleaned up on Sylvia Basset as well."
" How can women do things like that?"
" Just sort of a disease," he said. "It's a mental quirk.... Ho hum.... I suppose I have to tackle this pile of correspondence and memoranda."
He started shuffling through the papers and suddenly paused, his eyes lighting.
" Now here," he said, "is something."
" What?" she asked.
" When a man inherits a caretaker," he said, reading from a memorandum, "does he inherit the caretaker's cat?"
" Whatever are you talking about?"
" A memorandum from Jackson," he said, "an eccentric caretaker with a shriveled leg, a crutch and a cat. He'd been working for an old miser who was apparently as eccentric as the caretaker. The miser left the property to some person on condition that the caretaker be given a permanent job during his lifetime. The beneficiary is willing to comply with the provisions of the will but has served notice on the caretaker that he'll have to get rid of the cat. It's all here in the memorandum. Go ahead and read it, Della. . . . By George! I'll take over that case myself. It amuses me-'The Case of the Caretaker's Cat'!"

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