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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Good - morning, Mrs. Lyall," said Delbury respectfully. " I think you knew I had arrived ?"
" My daughter informed me-before she came down to see you. She gave me your cardInspector Delbury, I believe."
" Yes, madam. If you will excuse me a moment I will speak to one or two of your servants. I think Miss Lyall requires your presence alone for a little while. She has had a very bad shock, and I think she would rather tell you about it herself than let you hear it from me. I would like to assure you that I sympathise deeply with you both in this matter, and anything my department can do to help you will be done willingly. Will you please ring when you feel you can talk to me? Much as I regret it, I'm afraid I must have a few minutes with you before I go."
The detective turned away abruptly and went out of the room. The dumb poignancy of those two helpless women had jarred the hardness out of him to a greater extent than he knew.
" M ercia - my darling-what can have happened ? Please, please tell me what all this means." Mrs. Lyall was on her knees beside Mercia's chair, her hands clutching convulsively at the girl's arm, a look of unutterable dread in her face.
Mercia whispered the shocking news to her. She did not look at her mother's eyes. She could not. The shock, the calamity of it, was still scorch-

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