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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"Don't make it too obvious. Change your venue every now and then. And take particular note of the times. Go along to Jefferson's. His is a fairly decent hotel. Tell him I've dined there. I played billiards with him and lost. We had a pony on the game, and I hadn't the cash on me. So 1 wrote him a cheque. Just a moment, and I'll write one now." He scribbled out a cheque for twentyfive pounds and handed it to Tansy. " Here it is. Tell him to pay it in to his cash desk somewhere about eleven o'clock, and to make sure that it goes round to the bank in the usual way in the morning.
" Jules' night club will do for the rest of the evening-say, till two in the morning. P. will order food and fizz, and have it booked down on my bill. I'll be back here at home by two o'clock in the morning, and we shall be ridded for ever of the cursed enigma. Is all that quite clear?"
" Clear as mud, guv'nor. I'll see to it. And the boys will know how to fix it up for you. 'Taint the first time, is it?"
Lyall smiled a little contemptuously.
" No, it isn't," he said. " It probably won't be the last, either. I'll let you out myself."
There was silence on the straining wires, and Valmon Dain pulled out his plugs.

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