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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

joyous by the sunny-bright health of the wind and the sun.
And yet Mercia opened her eyes to a feeling of uneasiness. There was something sinister, something portentous, in the very feel of the wind, the laughing brightness of the sun.
She lay still ; wide awake in a single moment. There was none of that deliciously drowsy period of ineffable comfort and langour that comes between sleeping and waking.
Mercia sat up and blinked at the sunlight. And the feeling grew on her that something was wrong ; something had happened to wake her up like thatsomething that played on her finer perceptiveness with its dreadful sense of foreboding.
Then a sound rang through the stillness-a sound that startled her so badly that she was half out of bed with her toes on the floor before she knew she had moved. It was the loud peal of the telephone bell, harsh and strident in the silence of the morning. It rang again, continued, insistent.
Mercia slipped into a pair of furry bedroom slippers, mastered the complexities of her kimono, and hurried down the stairs. The telephone pealed again, clarion-like in the hush of the morning.
The instrument was in her father's study, a room he used but seldom, preferring the softer luxury of the cushioned lounge or the deep-chaired comfort of the smoking-room.
She ran to it, her heart pumping uncomfortably

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