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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Lyall waited a moment or two and then poked him gently in the ribs with the gun-barrel.
" Valmon Dain-wake up!" he said again, and his voice held something of the relentlessness of the killer in it.
Dain stirred uneasily and mumbled something drowsily. Lyall prodded him again, and he raised his head, blinking. He started to yawn and peered round, seeming surprised to find himself in the ferocity of the laboratory lights.
Then his eyes encountered Lyall. He seemed to see him suddenly-and with comic unexpectedness. His yawn stopped slowly. For a moment his puzzlement increased, a deep wrinkle cutting a black furrow across his forehead. Then he relaxed with a smile, half sheepish, half amused.
" Oh, it's you, is it?" he said. "Lord, how you did startle me ! And how the dickens did you get in ?"
" Through the scullery window." Lyall's voice was almost toneless. There was an utter absence of expression in it ; it was as though the flat nothingness on the face of the Sphinx had been transmuted into words.
Dain passed a worried hand across his forehead. He blinked again and looked oddly at Lyall.
" Through the scullery window ?" he echoed. " But-but what an odd idea !"
" Was it?" Lyall smiled sourly. "You just keep your hands on the table, Mr. Dain-or you'll

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