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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

CHAPTER V

IT was not until nearly ten o'clock that evening that Valmon Dain completed his preparations for the reception of Willard Lyall.
He had been working steadily through the afternoon in his workshop out at Hendon. That workshop had achieved its own niche in local fame. It had seen the gradual evolution and development of most of the famous Dain inventions. It had seen the discovery of a vast variety of ingenious ideas from the cotton-carding machine to the formula for the ultra-white bleach.
It was a fairly large room, high and airy, and was built on to the main building as a sort of an annexe with wide benches on three sides.
The bench at the top end was fitted out essentially as a chemical laboratory. It was more like the counter of a busy dispensing chemists' establishment. Bottles of highly coloured liquids stood in serried rows. Jars of powders and boxes of crystals crowded the ledges. Retorts and test tubes occupied every available inch, and the woodwork was tarnished with a thousand ancient stains. The only clear space on the whole of that bench was the experimental slab, a smooth block of marble about a yard square.
Back at the other end, against the door, were his writing-desk and technical library, for Valmon Dain

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