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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

assertion of a friend, an officer in the Army Ordnance branch, that such a weapon was impossible of construction without being apparent to the first person who picked it up. So far as Dain was concerned it was merely another illustration of Fate's trick of working ahead to a given end.
He opened the drawer, took out the cardboard box, and packed the revolver carefully into it. Then from a wallet he took a new five-pound Bank of England note, issued to him from his bank that afternoon, and packed it in above the revolver. That was a neat and added safeguard of his own. The issue of all bank-notes is registered in the bank ledgers. There would be an entry at his bank proving that that note was issued to Valmon Dain on that particular day. The entry would be dated. And that same note would be enclosed in a cardboard box which would ultimately find its way back to him. The stamps would be cancelled with a datemark. The amalgamation of proofs would safeguard him against any wild theory the Yard might promulgate against him.
He tied the box securely with string and sealed each knot with a red wafer on his desk, pressing his right thumb hard into the warm wax. Then he gummed on the label he had already written, affixed three shilling stamps to it, and slipped the package into his pocket.
Crossing over to the far wall, Dain climbed upon the bench. On a level with his head and just below

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