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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Mercia looked up dully.
" Did you know dad went out last night ?" she asked.
" Why, no. I
" He did. His bed hasn't been slept in. He's missing. And now some horrible man rings up from Notting Hill hinting at the most awful consequences. The police will be here at any minute."
Mrs. Lyall went deathly white, but by a tremendous effort she retained her composure. Ever since the morning that telegram arrived she had been living in a constant dread of subsequent complications.
She gathered her dressing-gown closer about her.
" Please come upstairs, Mercia, into my room," she said. "The servants will be down at any moment now. The telephone must have wakened them--I could hear them moving about when I came down. You know what chatterboxes they are ; bound to make mountains out of nothing at all. We simply can't let them hear anything. I'll talk to you in my room."
The two women crept upstairs, pathetic bits of flotsam of the tragedy of life about to be flung up helplessly by the storms of unalterable events, and yet knowing nothing of what the Fates had already dealt out to them.
Once in the privacy of her room Mrs. Lyall, with set face and clear, unflinching eyes, turned

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