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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Apparently satisfied with his tests Dain switched off the current and removed his rubber gloves.
His last arrangements were made at the desk. First he opened a drawer and pulled out a revolver. It was a lethal-looking thing, an automatic, and it shone dully blue to the temper of the metal. He smiled grimly as he loaded it, and the brown eyes lost every vestige of warmth and friendliness. There was a cold glitter in them, a chill glint of bitter animosity, that made them almost wolfish. One single bullet he loaded into the curious little snap-chamber at the top of the butt, and then he laid the gun on the left-hand corner of his desk towards the door. He placed it so that the handle was turned away from him.
Next he wrote out a label and gummed it on a box, a strong cardboard box that was just large enough to contain the revolver. A notable fact about it was that it was flat enough to go into a letter-box.
The address on that label was curious. It was written to a mythological person, addressed to a non-existent hotel in Australia. Thus: " To T. Z. Hengel, Esq., Eldorado Hotel, Melbourne, Australia. "
To the best of his knowledge there was no such person living as T. Z. Hengel, and he was quite certain there was no such hotel as the Eldorado in Melbourne, for he had verified the fact in a gazetteer.

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