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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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He heard the lift gate slam behind him, and the lift slid down again.
Lazard waited for two seconds, and then hurried noiselessly back to the lift-shaft, the stairs built all round it, breaking out into landings at every floor. Lazard ran up them two at a time. When he got to the fourth floor he heard the lift ascending again, and he bolted down a side corridor into the darkness.
He waited on in the black silence. Somewhere upstairs the handle of a pail clanged loudly where a cleaner was busy about his nightly duties. The lift stopped at the third floor, and Lazard slipped back to the stairs and recommenced his ascent. He
passed the fifth in safety. On the sixth he caught a momentary back view of the cleaner on his hands and knees wiping over the wide stone floor with a flannel by the light of a single lamp at the end of the corridor.
The next was the last. He reached the top, breathing gently through his nose. On his immediate right was a small row of painted names, indistinct in the pitchy darkness. He switched on his torch and played it swiftly over them. The third one down bore the neat legend :" Landring Dent, Export Merchant, Room 6," and a painted arrow pointed the direction.
It was a narrow passage, devoid of all ornamentation, mean compared with the ostentatious show of

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