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"One moment," said Gerry. "The Emperor is anxious."
He picked up the receiver.
" Yes, your Majesty, something has gone wrong," he said politely. " Your friends here have overreached themselves. For your information I would tell your Majesty that the flotilla will be interned if it comes into British waters-your decoy ship has been captured-our Grand Fleet is already well on its way to protect the Channel-and when your armies cross over into Belgium they will find the Belgians ready -and a British army not far behind ! What. ... You will stop them ? . . . Too late, your Majesty ... their blood is on your own head !"
He put the receiver down and turned to face Herr Durkheim.
" That cable," he said, " will be removed at midnight to-night."
Suddenly there was a strange and pungent odour in the room. Gerry felt his brain reeling-he gasped for breath-he had just strength to hurl a chair at the nearest window and break it-then in a moment all went black. . . .
When he came to himself again he found the others were just as dazed as he was, but they were all showing signs of recovering. The fresh air was doing its work.
But the Devil's Apprentice had gone!-leaving his six lieutenants to witness his betrayal and defeat !
One of the policemen staggered over and opened the other window and the doors. The air soon became a little clearer.
" We've been gassed," Gerry cried thickly. " Come on, through that door there-after him."
They searched the whole house from floor to cellar, but they never found a trace of him. They found his ingenious device for gassing them, with its electric

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connection to the poison-gas diffuser placed conveniently under the mat in the corner where he stood -but there was no trace of him.
The Man with the Twisted Face had completely disappeared.

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