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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

He was a power in the very seat of power, a diplomat of the highest order.
He was talking now with suave moderation, but Dain, who had personal contact on which to base his knowledge, knew that there were icicles cracking about in its delectable smoothness.
" Before we proceed any further with this matter," Lazard was saying, " I wish you to know that I think you were unforgivably foolish in communicating with me here at this address. No, no, please don't interrupt. I will listen to you afterwards. I am quite sure you have a great deal to tell and that you consider it a matter of grave urgency. That does not dispense with the fact that in coming here and being seen by the servants you have committed a serious blunder. You have established a definite evidential link. Do you realise that ? You say the police will be making inquiries for you at any moment. That probably means the publication of your photograph in the papers. And servants are quite earnest students of the daily news."
There was a few seconds' pause and then the Count's voice came again.
" The servants must be put off the trail, their possible suspicions allayed. In a moment or two I will ring for my secretary and will tell him to reward you with five pounds-ostensibly for return ing to me a document which you found. You understand ?"

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