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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

lot in that car of his. He never seems to do any business in wood though he is supposed to be interested in the timber trade. Though I suspect he has a business ! "
" Good heavens! " cried Brewer. " Do you mean Drugs ? "
" I cannot say," answered Gerry. " In any case I am only guessing. The other day a packet addressed to him was left here in mistake by the postman. And the man told me afterwards, when explaining his mistake, that there were fearful ructions over that packet. Our worried neighbour actually rang up the postmaster and demanded an explanation. A bit highhanded, wasn't it ? "
" By Jove, it was, sir," said Brewer. " Who does he think he is ? A duke or something ?"
They were to wonder quite a lot about this autocrat in the days to come.
" Now, to go back to the other night at the works," Gerry went on. " It's pretty certain that we have a tough customer to deal with, if we could only find him. He stops at nothing-not even murder."
" Then you think Panton was murdered," ventured Brewer.
" Well, I have quite as much justification for assuming that as anything else," Gerry said. " Granted, that the post-mortem revealed nothing. But, if it showed no cause of death it also showed no reason why he should not have gone on living ! What I mean is this : Panton was perfectly sound when they examined him-there was no reason why he should not have lived another thirty or forty years. How is it, then, that we find him lying dead in the Commander's office ? Besides, we know that there were strangers , there that night-and one of them killed the man ill the strong-room. No ! We have to concentrate on

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