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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Mercia was looking smilingly up at the ceiling when she said that. But it would have been all the same had she been looking directly into his eyes. Valmon Dain took it without the flicker of an eyelid.
" Perhaps he-he might be persuaded," he said, in a soft, smooth voice. " I'd hardly like to take his two very precious ladies away to see battleships firing off big guns at night unless he were there with you. Don't you think ?"
" Just half a moment. He's having a few practise shots on his own at the table. I'll go and fetch him. Perhaps your silver tongue may be able to paint the picture of a night at sea so engagingly that he will come-even at the expense of his beloved bridge. It's his only vice, so we have to indulge him a little in it."
She ran gaily out of the room, and returned in a few moments dragging her father behind.
Lyall was smiling good naturedly, and he winked at Dain as fathers do wink when they presume a common understanding among men where vivacious daughters are concerned.
" Here he is," said Mercia peremptorily. "A trifle recalcitrant, but still, here he is. Now, Mr. Dain. You just tell pops all you've told me, and if he isn't as excited and eager as I am I'll never let him play bridge again as long as I live."
Lyall shook hands with him warmly.
" What's all this good news, Mr. Dain ?" he inquired. " Mercia has gabbled a string of exciting

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