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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Shaughnessy produced it from his pocket and handed it over without a word.
Delbury read the missive down, his highly trained memory assimilating and retaining every sentence as his eyes flashed over it. When he reached the end of it he gasped. "Good Lord ! Valmon Dain ! Why, he's the great inventor, isn't he?"
" He is just that same person, chief. Devil of a queer mess up, ain't it ?"
Delbury's brows were pointing to " stormy." With his ready grasp of possibilities, his quick intuition saw complications looming ahead out of all proportion to the mere smashing of the Sixth Commandment.
" Dam. Valmon Dain, "he muttered. "Wasn't he in the papers again only a couple of days ago ?"
" He was that, chief. A naval invention. It was tried out by the Admiralty, off Brighton. Accordin' to the papers he was on a big thing. The experts went in off the deep end about it."
" But this-this Ghost ! How the flaming blazes does he manage to get his nose into it again ? Eh ? When was the murder committed ?"
" According to what can be .made out at Mr. Dain's house, somewhere about midnight-dead on the time given by the Ghost ; may the Lord bless his days for the helpful soul he is."
" And this card was posted at ten o'clock-bears the ten o'clock postmark. Why didn't he phone or wire? He had time to have had this murder prevented!"

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