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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

to the Chief. " You see, it's identical with those we have received. And written to Lyall himself by the Ghost ! "
" Well?" asked the Chief during an interval in which Delbury sat back breathing deeply in righteous indignation.
" Well, I've got an idea about Dain," said the detective shortly.
" You think he's the Ghost ?"
" I think he's the king crook we've been scouring London for ever since nineteen ten. He's the leader of all the leaders ; the boss criminal of London. And I want that warrant. Do I get it ?"
" You do," said the Chief, and pressed a bell button. " You can have it right now."
Dain heard an order given to the clerk to make out the warrant. And he smiled sourly at his own thoughts. There was a quaint touch of ironical humour in the idea of a man listening to a warrant being made out for his own arrest on the gravest charge that can be levelled against a man under British law. He felt that in that last ten minutes the devil had placed him between two fires with remarkable neatness.
Then, in response to an inquiry from the Chief, Delbury rattled off a string of arrangements he was making for Dain's apprehension.
Valmon Dain sat back and mopped his forehead.
" Phew i" he muttered. "Things are going

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