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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

the game or he is something mighty big and unexpected," declared Delbury with angry conviction.
" Sure, and it's my idea he's one of the old lags running under another name."
" Old lags are always known by their old names among men in their own game," said Delbury bluntly. "And it's obvious that the Ghost gets his information right down there where they make it. No," he continued slowly, "if Lyall exists at all he is going to be one beautiful big surprise packet when we come to find out all about him."
" I'll get him all right-if he shows up," said Shaughnessy slowly.
Another little silence fell. It was broken by Delbury saying :" Well, it's too late to do anything. more to-night. Go home and go to bed. We will thrash out the rest of this business in the morning. I'll try to get a line on this man Lyall through the Identification Department. Give me over that telephone. I'll get through to them and have a search made right away. They've probably got"
though it had suddenly stung him. The mere mention of the word telephone seemed to put a jolt of electricity through him.
He pulled off his headphones and ran his fingers through his hair. In the green gloom his brow shone-glassy with perspiration.
" Phew! " he muttered, and glanced at his

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