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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

on any problem that confronted him had expressed itself in a dozen different directions. As an inventor he had long since ceased to thrill at the newspaper descriptions of himself as the English Edison. The name of Valmon Dain was synonymous not only with some of the greatest inventions of modern times, but also with the giant fortune he had accumulated in exploiting them.
For Dain was no fool where the business end of his affairs was concerned. He had read the cases of the scores of other inventors, the pathetic fools of genius who had worked out their lives in poverty while the overfed paunches of Big Business waxed fatter and fatter on the golden children of their fool brains. And Dain, being something of the hehawk, had set about his own business with an indifference to Big Business that amounted to cold contempt. Very methodically he proceeded to protect himself with patent rights in every part of the globe before putting a single invention on the market.
To be sure, Big Business made many attempts in the early days to get its grasping claws on his inventions, but Big Business burned its fingers so thoroughly and so unexpectedly that it eventually, and very aggrievedly, withdrew. It gave Dain up as a most unconscionable sort of an inventor.
It was Dain's pioneering work in connection with beet crushing plant that made the sugar industry a financially sound proposition in England. His per

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