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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" And why this pleasure so late at night?" she asked mischievously. " One doesn't usually have visits from famous men of mark-after midnight."
" You're quite sure it is a pleasure?" Dain parried.
" Oh, quite. I don't know what mother told you, but to be perfectly candid I was half undressed when the maid brought your card up. I got dressed again and came down. And in the billiard room as I passed I distinctly heard that disgraceful father of mine humming 'Specially for you! ' "
Dain smiled, and when Valmon Dain really did condescend to smile genuinely there flashed into his eyes a rich warmth of humour that for a fleeting moment seemed to transfigure his whole face. All the pitiless coldness went out of it at a single stroke. The sour, almost savage reserve seemed to fall away, and all that was left was the humorous, vital face of the matured young man, not yet grown old : the face of thirty, shorn of work weariness, shorn of disillusion.
" That was awfully sweet of you both," he said quietly. " But that brings me to a point. I am going down to Brighton early next week. The Government are conducting some experiments in connection with a night range-finding instrument I submitted to them a few weeks ago. It will be quite interesting. Battleships firing all over the place,

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