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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

watch. " Half-past two-might just about be able to catch the mail at the G.P.O."
He hurried out to the annexe and printed on a plain, undated post-card :
" Do not leave your house on Monday night if you value your life."
Underneath, with a glint of a smile at the corner of his mouth, he dropped a pellet of warm, red wax and pressed the thumb of his right hand firmly into it. He addressed it in neat, upstanding capitals to Willard Lyall, Greydene, Highgate, and went out and posted it. By breakfast-time that post-card would be on Willard Lyall's plate.
Then, hailing a night prowling taxi, he drove out to his house at Hendon.
That house of his was a landmark in the neighbourhood. Residents pointed it out to visitors, with pardonable pride, as the abode of the man who had created employment for thousands, who had conferred inestimable benefits upon the world, and who had made his name a thing of note in every corner of the Empire.
But of recent months the local inhabitants had not seen much of Dain-nor he of his house. His visits to Hendon had been growing fewer and fewer, until now it was a rare thing for him even to spend a night there. What few hours of sleep he did allow himself were generally spent at some nearby hotel, where the question of getting back into early

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