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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

that-or someone has got cold feet. And cold feet are not to be encouraged in this profession. They lead to cold cells."
He thrust the grim warning into his pocket as a light footstep sounded in the hall outside.
Mercia came into the breakfast-room smiling a merry morning greeting to her father.
Lyall, as cool and unperturbed as though such things as anonymous warnings were something infinitely removed from his sphere of life, smiled back at her and chaffed her about the fresh healthiness of her colour.
" Rouge so early in the day !" he protested. "My dear girl-please ! "
" That's not rouge," expostulated Mercia, rubbing her cheeks with a handkerchief to demonstrate the irrefutable naturalness of her colour. " That's a cold tub."
" Indeed ! "
" Yes, indeed. Every morning. Eight o'clock. Whooshter ! Brrh ! It was icy enough this morning, anyway. You wouldn't look so unnaturally white in the morning if you risked a cold bath, anyway."
Lyall looked at her critically.
" White? Why? Am I white this morning?" he asked.
" Only in so far as you look as though you have just seen your own ghost, or-or had an atrocious night last night."

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