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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Mrs. Lyall, with an effort. She was struggling, striving with every atom of power within her to steady herself, to get a grip on her flying faculties.
Mercia knew her mother well enough to know that she would have the truth at any cost. They were both sensible to the reality that truth is truth and that no amount of breaking it gently will lighten the final weight of it.
" I don't know much about it myself," admitted Mercia heavily. " Mr. Delbury hasn't told me anything at all, really. He only asked a lot of questions-all leading up to the fact that daddy is dead and that he has been murdered."
" But when, my child-who did it ?"
" Mr. Dain-I think." Mercia buried her face in her hands.
Mrs. Lyall got up solemnly. " Mercia, I am going to see this man Delbury myself," she declared quietly. " There is something absurdly wrong about this business, and I'm going to find out what it is. Now, don't give way, my dear girl. We will get to the bottom of this if I have to wring it out of him word by word." She crossed over deliberately and rang the bell.
" Ask Mr. Delbury to come to the study," she said calmly, when the maid appeared.
Delbury re-entered. He bowed stiffly. There was a monumental admiration in his heart for those two women ; not merely for the way they had taken it, but for their whole attitude. When he came in

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