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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Then he found the ladder-a light but strong steel one, hanging from a bracket in the wall. In the silence of a night such as that, when all the rest ot the great building slept, it would be the simplest thing in the world for a man to creep out of Room No. 6, adjust the ladder, open the hatch, pull the ladder up after him, and spend as many hours as he wished among that network of crossing wires on the roof. Thus thought the Count Lazard to himself as he complacently surveyed the scene. And he made a mental note to explore that roof after he had done what he required to do in Room 6.
He pulled on a pair of india-rubber gloves. Tansy had told him something of the hellish ingenuity of Dain's self-protective measures. The evening papers had told him a great deal more. And the Count Lazard was taking no chances with the man who was acknowledged the cleverest inventor living.
He touched the door gently. Nothing happened -from the outside. He was not to know it, but the moment the pressure of his hands came in contact with that door all the lights in the great laboratory went out. And Valmon Dain, in an inky darkness, pulled off his headphones and waited.
Lazard took out a length of wire and stretched it from the door to one of the central heating-pipes. There was no sudden flash of light, no shower of electric sparks to betray the presence of a death

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