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Ah ! There was a likely one ; the Denbigh Rehearsal Rooms. That was the one that was probably still occupied up there now. He needed a bluff for that liftman, who, if tragedy occurred up in the twilit gloom of that laboratory, would remember him with unfailing exactitude. But what was more natural than a man going up there to attend a rehearsal that was already in full swing? It would be immeasurably safer to do that than to take the lift to the top floor, or to mention the name of an office that had been locked up and deserted hours ago. And he had to get by that liftman.
He strolled in and entered the lift.
" !Second floor, please," he murmured.
" Rehearsal Rooms, sir ?" asked the attendant, closing the door.
" If you please."
" You're late, sir ; they'll be finishing at ten."
" Yes, quite. I'm not rehearsing to-night. I'm escorting a lady home. "
The lift stopped.
" Second on the left, sir, " said the attendant, sliding the door open.
Lazard nodded as he stepped out. " Yes, I

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