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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

achievement of all, which never came to the light of day. Dain conceived it, produced it, and perfected it to its last extraordinary detail-and then shut it around with a vast and omnipotent silence. Locked away in his great laboratory, high up among the roofs of Kingsway, he brought his invention to its last ultimate degree of perfection. He tried it, tested it, and proved it out to the last degree. Then he sat back quietly to think things out.
Its possibilities were amazing, its potentialities colossal, frightening. It held out opportunities that were enough to make even the most avaricious master criminal on earth tremble.
For that amazing invention of his had given to Valmon Dain the mastery of a million secrets. It held out to him the keys of all knowledge. It put him in possession of information by which in twelve short months he could have wellnigh wrecked the social system. He could, without the shadow of a doubt, have created a corner in money ; he could have forestalled every enterprise worth while ; he could draw on the very well springs of secret information, and, using it with only a smattering of skill, could have shaken the whole social fabric to its very roots.
And Dain, after a desperate month of mental stress, called up his reserves of courage, took his destiny in both hands, and began to pick the luscious fruits of his invention.

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