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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

He handed over the post-card. Both women examined it with fingers that shook. The thing looked terrible in its mute significance. They read it. Mrs. Lyall shuddered.
" Can you recognise it?" asked the detective softly.
Mercia shook her head. "I've never seen writing like that before," she said, with conviction.
" It isn't Mr. Dain's by any chance ?"
" I don't think so. He never wrote in print to me. I've never seen him use anything but quite ordinary handwriting. I can give you a few examples of his writing, if they would be of any assistance to you."
" I'll be much obliged if you would, madam."
" Mr. Delbury," said Mrs. Lyall, after a little pause, " something happened here on Saturday morning, something so unusual that I think you ought to know about it."
The detective raised his eyebrows. " Yes ?" he said, with his pencil poised above his opened notebook.
" A telegram came for my husband. He was out when it came. That in itself was very unusual, for it was his invariable rule not to leave home until ten o'clock at the earliest ; often it was eleven or even half-past before he went to the City. "
" Have you any idea where he went?" asked Delbury.
" No. The telegram came just before he got

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