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" But how did you know about the den in Bottle Bank ?" asked Lord Tankerton, consumed with curiosity.
" Well," said Gerry slowly. " I think I had better tell you the whole story as I have pieced it together."
" Yes, do !" they cried unanimously.
" For some time," began the hero, " we believed at Headquarters that there was something serious brewing away up north. A strange tramp-steamer had been reported by the North Sea Patrol, and they were sure she was up to no good. Her movements were suspicious. I was sent up to see if I could learn anything. First of all, I accidentally hit upon this strange man who called himself Durkheim and had bought the house in Priory Terrace with the underground cave. It had been standing empty for a very considerable time, and it seems certain that our friend had made a pretty good survey inside it before he made his offer. It was just the very thing he needed for his purpose, which, although we did not know it at the time, was nothing less than to join up to a cable which this mysterious tramp-steamer had been secretly laying from Germany." Gerry paused a moment. " It seems a pity now that war is upon us that we will never know who Durkheim really was," he went on. " But he must have been a ` big noise' to have the Emperor himself ringing him up-and to be able to command

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