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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

servants are not allowed to come down the passage leading to this room. The earliest he allows them down here is seven o'clock."
" Now tell me-and remember I want you to think very carefully before you give me this answer -was he expecting a visit from Mr. Lyall last night ?"
" No, sir," said the valet emphatically.
" You're quite sure of that ?"
" Yes, sir, quite sure. Mr. Dain was expecting nobody last night. I can tell you that definitely." The valet was emphatic in his assertion. " All the time I've been here with him he has never forgotten an appointment. Sometimes, when he has made up his mind in a hurry to work all night and has had people coming here during the evening, he has had me rushing round all the afternoon in his car with letters of regret and apology, explaining that he has to cancel the appointment."
" Yes ?" Delbury sensed that Manders had another point to offer on that subject.
" Well-and last night especially he told me he was not to be disturbed, whatever happened. ` I am out ; you understand, Manders ?' he says. ` I am out, and I won't be disturbed no matter who calls. Not even if you get a ring on the phone from Miss Lyall-or anyone else at Greydene,' he says."
Delbury and Shaughnessy exchanged significant glances..

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