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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" I'll do that, but honest, guv'nor, I don't like the look of this lot at all. That fellow, whoever he is, seems to have got a mighty big pull somewhere. He knows too much for my liking. He seems to know what's going to happen even before those who are going to do the job."
" Cold feet?" asked Lyall sarcastically.
Tansy fixed him with a beady eye.
" You never said that when I did that last little coffin job for you," he said. " Good-morning, Mr. Lyall-and don't talk too loud about things like that. You never know when the mighty are booked for a fall."
" Good-day to you," came Lyall's answering voice.
Dain thought it was not quite steady ; there was a touch of concern in it at the jeweller's sudden show of front.
Then came the sound of a closing door, and Dain withdrew his key. He shut off his dynamo, put on his hat and coat, and went out.
The morning was still young, and Dain made his way quietly along to a restaurant in the Strand, calling at a post-office on the way.
He took a telegraph form and wrote upon it in neat block capitals :

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