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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

CHAPTER VII

DELBURY, of Scotland Yard, was a machine-made model of all that is just and proper in a force the discipline of which is second only to that of the fighting services. Three minutes to eight every morning of his life saw him swinging off his tram in the shadow of Big Ben. The next three minutes saw him walking the three hundred steps from the tramline to the entrance under the great gloomy arch. The clamorous strokes of eight o'clock saw him hanging his hat up on his own private peg. His subordinates dubbed him " Old Functuous," a nickname bestowed on him by his unimpressed Irish second-in-command.
Shaughnessy had only arrived ten minutes before his chief. But in that time he had scrambled through an immense amount of work. A trifle excited and not a little perturbed he met Delbury at the door.
" Chief, there's the devil of a stew been brewing overnight," he said hurriedly. " I've been getting a line on it, but we're a bit patchy on information yet. Murder job. Out Hendon way. Sent two men out to hold up everything till we get out there. The car's waiting at the door now. Will you "
" Murder? Give me the facts. Who did you send ?" The questions were snapped out, brusque, businesslike. Delbury was in harness the moment he entered the great building.

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