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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

morning harness was a mere minute's walk from door to door.
His servants were not expecting him when he arrived. His house was in darkness. Thankful for the privacy, he let himself in and crawled wearily to bed.
At seven o'clock next morning a purring alarm buzzer woke him, its quiet, insistent note drumming out from under his pillow. He dressed and motored to Kingsway, telling his chauffeur to make all speed through the quiet streets. Before eight o'clock was booming from Big Ben he was back again among his eerily whispering wires, plugging in his contact keys, interplaying his circuits, moving up and down the rows of polished dials with the methodical precision of a machine.

CHAPTER III
WILLARD LYALL came down to breakfast and glanced at his mail. It was a fairly large pile, but nothing more than usual-Mercia often twitted him with the fact that he seemed to do most of his business by correspondence at home.
He tossed one or two letters aside, matters of small moment, thrust one or two others into an

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