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such enormous resources as the Imperial Navy-as he did when he carried Molly off." He put his arm affectionately through hers as he spoke.
" One might have thought it would have been easier to use wireless," said Lord Tankerton.
" You mustn't forget, sir," said Gerry to his father, " that, as yet, wireless is only in its infancy. We can easily tap messages sent out by other stations, and they can do the same to ours. Besides, a cable is safer and much more dependable-especially if it is to remain in a place for any length of time. You see they expected to use Priory Terrace as a Secret Headquarters of the German Army Advance Guard, and wireless would have given them away."
" But what a gigantic undertaking-laying that cable all the way across the North Sea," said Lord Tankerton, still not satisfied.
" Yes," said Gerry. " But think of the gigantic importance of it ! "
His father nodded as he grasped the point.
" Durkheim had been working on Tyneside for some long time before he showed himself," Gerry proceeded. " We have seen how he used different aliases. His method was to create a noticeable character, which needed certain building up in the way of disguise, then he would put someone into the character to keep it ` warm ' for him. The man who carried on in the meantime, kept a diary ; and at any time he wanted he could resume the role himself-being quite au fait, and free to carry on his work in his own way. Thus he created the characters of Durkheim, Bernotte and the Comte de Faucelles. I can only think that he used that title out of sheer stupidity and vanity." (Gerry and Royston never learned the real secret of the Grand Duke Ferdinand.)
" For some time," continued Gerry, " I was completely baffled. Then by sheer good luck I got the

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