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CHAPTER XXXII - A HORRIBLE PLAN

off Scotland from England by blowing up the bridges at Newcastle and Scotswood. We have, as you know, our other men ready to blow up the main line railways when you send them word by telephone of our success."
" But where is the British Fleet ? " asked another.
" Aha ! I expected you to ask that," chuckled their host, with an evil leer. " It is at the moment busy anchoring in a rendezvous about a mile off the coast
here. I heard their feeble wireless messages sent from the First Lord of the Admiralty not six hours ago. The whole of the North Sea Grand Fleet will be anchored in close formation waiting orders, in less than an hour's time ! "
" But surely that doesn't sound very well for our own ships," was a very trite remark.
" You don't know everything, my dear fellow," was the proud answer. " Yet it is quite simple-they won't be there."
No one dared ask him why. He supplied the answer himself.
" I'm going to blow them up," he stated with suppressed excitement.
" What !" cried the others, in complete astonishment. " How can you do that ?"
" Well, I sent a young Russian friend of mine to do the trick for me. For weeks a trusty lieutenant has been showing him how to play with a strange keyboard. The scum is mad-I should have told you that at first. When he touches certain of the keys, little lights pop in and out. He loves it. He has learned exactly which keys will work and which will not. He cannot stay away from it when he is at Bottle Bank. Some of you may have seen him-though he doesn't stay about the place very much these days." He paused as though an idea had struck him. Then he went on :" At eleven-forty (five minutes before I send my triumphant message to the Emperor), the lieutenant

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