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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"Never saw such a case for red herrin's in all my life," declared the Irishman helpfully.
" Everythin' S right and everythin's wrong-and nothin's right at all, bedad."
Delbury wasn't listening to him. His eyes were fixed in a rigid stare at a point in the wall five feet above the chemical bench.
" Look-what's that ?" he queried in a strained voice. " Up there in the wall-look."
Harper was about to jump up on the bench and investigate when a sharp command from Delbury stopped him.
" Don't go anywhere near there," he called.
" It may be another one of Dain's cursed booby traps. Fetch in that chap Manders."
Manders came in again and Delbury tackled him.
" What's that recess affair up there in that wall?" he demanded.
The valet turned and looked.
" Blest if I know," he said in a puzzled voice.
" It looks like a cupboard, doesn't it ?"
" So you've never noticed it before?"
" Never set eyes on it so far as I know. Well, fancy that, now-all the years I've been in and out of this room I never knew but what that wall was solid. "
Delbury himself got up on the bench and, with excusable caution, pulled open the door inch by inch. To his unqualified relief nothing happened.
He peeped in. The recess was empty. Except

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