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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Who else but one of the leaders themselves would know what the other leaders are doing ?"
Tansy scratched his head. The whole business had got him into such a quagmire of puzzlement, doubt, and mystification that he was left groping. He was bewildered ; scarcely knew whether to trust his own leader. The whole thing was so hopelessly confusing. . . .
He looked up queerly at his leader, and there was an odd expression in his eyes. " There ain't so many of you big fellers left, are there ?" he said.
Lyall shot a swift glance at him.
" And just what do you mean by that ?" he queried icily.
" I mean that he's a friend of yours. You're chummy together. "
Lyall's eyes began to glitter like marbles of ice.
" Are you hinting that I'm double-crossing the crowd myself, you-you lunatic ?" he rasped.
" No, I ain't, boss. There's no need to get your hair off. What I says is, it must be someone who thinks a lot of you, else why should he send you that warning? If he didn't give a damn whether you went to the moors or not, he wouldn't have sent it, would he? He would just have let you carry on like the rest of 'em."
Lyall grunted and began pacing up and down the room. The jeweller's words had given him food for reflection. It was a point he had missed. But for the life of him he couldn't connect up that card

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