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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Quite," said Lyall coldly. " But in this case there is a difference. Hitherto we have known with a good deal of certitude who was-er-to become the corpse. In the present instance we seem to be -not so fortunate. "
" I don't quite get you," said Tansy. He put his hands in his pockets and thrust his head forward.
" Probably not," agreed Lyall, "but I am in possession of certain facts which point definitely to the existence of a turncoat in our midst, and yet give not the faintest clue to his identity."
He took from his pocket the warning card he had received that morning and handed it to Tansy.
The fence picked up a strong pebble magnifying glass from his bench and adjusted it to his horribly defective eye.
" Have you ever seen anything like that before ?" asked Lyall.
The jeweller studied the card down with the painstaking slowness of his type. He turned it over and critically read the address. It seemed to take him whole minutes before he grasped the full purport of the missive. When he did he looked up with a jerk, and there was a scowl of amazement on his face.
" Hell !" he growled, and held the card off by the finger-tips as though he was afraid it might do him an injury.
" What do you make of it?" Lyall rolled his

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