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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Having addressed it, he wrote underneath :" If undelivered return to Valmon Dain, Hendon, England."
" That should get rid of an embarrassment for a couple of months at least," he muttered to himself, as he slipped the box into a drawer out of sight. " And now to stage a little side-show for the especial delectation of friend Lyall."
He placed several little stone pots on the desk and filled them with a varied assortment of crystals and powders. Near to his hand he put a pestle and mortar, with a gaudy mixture of stuffs in it. Just in front of him he laid a huge technical book opened at a subject dealing with an abstruse chemical problem.
" There, I think that ought to suit him nicely,"
He dropped a handful of sealing-wax wafers on the table, and then settled himself comfortably in his chair to wait.
The minutes ticked by. He lit a cigarette, drew in a few deep puffs, and then crushed it out in an ashtray.
Suddenly he stiffened. The little red disc had blazed to light.
" Ah-our visitor is at the garden gate, " he said gently.
He folded his arms on the desk, and his head iolled forward. To all appearances Valmon Dain had fallen asleep in his chair. But one eye, steady and unwinking, stared at the little box on the table,

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