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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Why not ? It's no use beating about the bush, I was expecting you to-night. " " You were ?"
" Of course I was. I knew the exact words you used to Tansy the jeweller. I knew the moment he began talking to you that my game was up so far as you were concerned. I hadn't bargained on being overlooked in a Tube train, which was where the estimable Tansy gleaned his information, I believe ?"
Lyall looked at his man through half-closed eyes.
" You've got pluck," he said slowly.
" Not pluck, Mr. Lyall, just brains and the confidence of my own knowledge. I am asking you to put that gun down and go home. You haven't one chance in a hundred thousand of killing me. I will even go as far as to say that it is impossible for you to kill me in this room. There are certain safeguards of my own invention within these four walls that would make any attempt on my life particularly hazardous adventure."
He pushed the paper off the little tell-tale on the desk.
" Thereyou see that ? That is only one. A contactometer. I knew the moment your hand touched my garden gate. I knew the moment you arrived outside my door. In that same second I could have electrocuted you had I wished. The outside of that door is not wood at all. It is a mass of thin steel plates. A pressure of a button, here

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