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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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He put his headphones on again and connected his contact key with another little nickel dial on which the single ting of a bell had just sounded. For many seconds he listened with straining intentness, his left hand fiddling about abstractedly among the mass of cross-connecting wires by his shoulder. Then he muttered, " Bah !-nothing but a sheaf of drunk. and disorderlies !"
He pulled off his phones, tossed them on to a baize-covered table, and went out. Patent locks clicked into place as the door closed behind him.
He hurried downstairs and let himself out into the fresh, windy sweep of Kingsway.
" Taxi, " he called, as a driver looked inquiringly at him from the kerb.
" Where to, sir ?" The driver reached behind to open the door.
" Greydene-Mr. Willard Lyall's house, Highgate," he said, as he climbed in. "It's just off the main road. I'll stop you when you get there."

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