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back home again-another very unusual thing for him to come back having once gone out ; I've never known him get home again until nearly dinner-time at the very least. The telegram was waiting on a tray for him here in his study. He went in, and a few minutes later Mercia heard a crash."
" Here in this room ?"
" Yes. She rushed in, and there was Mr. Lyall in a dead faint on the floor with the telegram clutched in his hand."
" What was the context of that telegram, Mrs. Lyall ?"
" It was a most cryptic thing. Let me see now, let me get the exact wording. Oh yes, I've got it : ` Your decision to stay in on Monday night was a wise one-from almost every point o f view.' That was it. So far as I can remember, those were the identical words."
Delbury looked away from the two stricken women.
" Ladies," he said, " if Mr. Lyall had gone out on Monday night he would have been in gaol by now. He would have been arrested with the rest of a combination of criminals known at the Yard as the Silver Arrow Group. We collared them all that night. Mr. Lyall should have been among them. And, ladies, Valmon Dain knew it!"
Delbury dropped his bombshell and left his own silence to tell the rest.
The two women, their faces stricken with an un

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