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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

rising up in their midst like a mausoleum in the garden of a blighted life. It was all there, the mudslinging, the callous, horrible, inhumanity of the showdown, the amazement, the anger, the sympathy, the mockery of his friends-he saw the beginning and the end of it all in that card.
He pulled himself up with a jerk. He had just noticed his hand. It was shaking like a leaf.
" Good Lord!" he muttered. "This won't do. Get a grip on yourself, man. Pull yourself together. "
He picked up the card and examined it closely. No date, no clue in the writing, no address, no anything. Even the postmark was so smudged as to be unreadable. It was posted at the G. P.O.he could tell that much from the code initials. But the actual time of posting and the horary letters were a black bodge. He could not even see whether they were a.m. or p.m.
After a few minutes hard thinking he stood up, and there was a gleam of battle in his eyes.
" So they think they can frighten me off as easily as that, do they ?" he muttered to himself. " There's a renegade in the camp somewhere-a renegade who thinks he can slip in and pick the plums after all the months of scheming and planning.... Well, we shall see about you, Mr. Judas."
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