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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

The taxi pulled up with a grunt at Greydene, a beautiful old grey stone house set back among a circling ring of trees off the main road.
Dain got out, told the taxi-man to wait, and went up the drive on foot.
In a few minutes, in answer to his ring, he was shown into a beautifully furnished evening room.
Mrs. Lyall met him as he entered, smiled sweetly, and murmured :" A most unexpected, but very welcome, surprise, Mr. Dain. We don't usually see you so late in the evening."
" No," said Dain half apologetically. " I've been working late to-night, very much later than I intended, and I'm afraid I rather lost track of the hour hand. Might I see Mercia for a moment ?"
" Of course. She won't be long. She's upstairs taking off her wraps. We've been to the Royal to-night. "
Dain almost answered, " Yes, I know," but pulled himself up with a thunder of warnings dinning in his ears.
Mrs. Lyall withdrew delicately as Mercia entered, and Dain began struggling for an airy lie. It was an oddity of the man, and perhaps an indication to him of his own true feelings, that he experienced a highly disconcerting inability to come to Mercia with anything short of a bald-faced truth. Mercia was of the type which regards anything less than honesty with something approaching disgust.
But he keved himself up to play the part of

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