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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

grievance in Tansy's voice-there was a hint of suspicion, of threatened rebellion.
Lyall noted it. He pushed his chair back and clicked his tongue irritably. "As a matter of fact," he said, "this man Valmon Dain lives out at Hendon."
" I'll be seeing the rest of the boys to-nightI'll tell 'em so !" said Tansy, with an evil glitter in his eyes.
Lyall thought hard for a minute. He felt the bitter cynicism of having to admit pressure from such a distasteful source as the melter, but he knew that there are times when even the underdog is entitled to his bite. It was obvious that Tansy was not going to be satisfied with anything less than Dain's speedy death. And, in all callous reality, Lyall was himself convinced that their only sure road to safety lay through the cemetery that sheltered Dain's last earthly abode. It was merely that Lyall wasn't so blunt about it.
He looked shrewdly at the jeweller.
" There is no need to open your mouth to the rest of the boys to-night," he said smoothly. "You need not even tell them that the danger has been located."
The fence swung round in his chair.
" Oh ? Why?" he asked.
Lyall got up and tiptoed to the door, listening intently. No sound came from the outside. He opened the door and peeped out. There was not a

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