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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Nobody has called me and failed to get through ?"
" No, sir ; not during the last hour, at least."
" Just one more question, miss. Could you tell me if there is a crossed wire on your switchboard -one which throws a connection across to my line from another exchange ?"
" Just a moment, sir ; I'll see." There was a few seconds' wait and then the girl said :" No, sir ; your line is perfectly clear. It has been clear all the morning, to the best of my knowledge. Would you care to make a formal complaint to the supervisor ?"
" Oh no. It's nothing important. Thank you," answered Lazard, and hung up his receiver.
He pushed the instrument away from him and regarded it with a glint of sour suspicion in his eyes.
Then, without a further word, he turned to the jeweller and said :" Yes. You were talking about Mr. Valmon Dain, the inventor, I think. You had got to the point when you recognised his picture in the morning papers. Was that Lyall's first proof that Dain is the man who has been playing the part of police spy all this time ?"
" I believe so, sir. And you must understand me when I say he got very vicious over it. All his gang and half his best friends were in Dartmoor because of Valmon Dain. He had shopped 'em all

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