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CHAPTER XXI - THE COMMANDER DISAPPEARS

there been one) would not have been any the wiser. Indeed, the Master soon left them to discuss among themselves the plans he had brought with him, and drew to one side the three men he had warned.
" When is this to be ?" asked Seventy-seven, when he stopped talking.
" For you," was the answer, " to-night. For the others, in a few days' time. Their task needs more preparation." He paused. " And now, all of you, disperse to your stations. When I want you again, your signal will be a notice in the local paper-it gets to all the centres you will be in. 'The day is dawning.' On seeing those words (which will be in the personal column) you will leave everything and report here within the hour. You can all manage thathave a fast car always at your disposal. I look forward to the time " (and here his voice grew dreamy) " when we will be able to fly by air to our appointments. But the time is not yet-though the day is not far ahead. Still, we will have accomplished our purpose long before then! "-which showed that he was either a prophet or had some secret information which they did not possess.

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