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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

moves for safety. Some of the bolder ones, the higher spirits of the game, scarcely seemed to care whether they got clear or not. A good coup was an adventure, something to be tackled with the brave carelessness of the true scout of fortune, a gamble with Fate in which the dice were true and the odds fair.
But there were others. And the others ivere always the underdogs. Dain had discovered that they were not dependable. At the back of his mind there was the carking thought of the squealer. Somewhere in London there was one man who had got clear, a man who knew that Lyall was going to see him that night, and, what was a thousand times worse, a man who had actually seen and recognised him. That man was one who was more than likely to save his own skin at the price of King's evidence.
Tansy, the jeweller, was not a savoury character even in his milder moments. He carried the stamp of his calling about with him-as much in his leering eyes as in the whine of his voice. That man had stood over him and watched him mark off the Silver Arrow entries in his notebook. He had had his suspicions so thoroughly aroused that he had followed him all the way to Kingsway.
His one chance lay in the fact that he was aware of the weakness in his chain ; he had to thank the whispering wires for that.
He got up several times throughout his meal and tentatively plugged in his contact keys on dials

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