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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

dealing current of electricity passing through the door of Room No. 6.
He breathed a sigh of relief. The invisible is always a trifle difficult to negotiate ; it is always impossible to eliminate. And high voltage electricity was one of the few things capable of giving him a qualm. It is so sudden and so unexpected.
He fitted a skeleton key into the lock and turned it with infinite care. It moved the wards a little, and there stuck. He tried another. Slowly, fraction by fraction, the lock turned. He took out his deadly needle gun and pushed the door open. He opened it as craftily as one would approach the entrance to a tiger's lair. He did it with his foot, his hands were gently removing the rubber shield from the trigger. There might be a sudden jolt of death waiting for him inside for all he knew, and Count Lazard was of the type that went out halfway to meet anything in the way of trouble, if the odds were evenly distributed.
He flashed his torch round and entered, stepping like a cat. The little moving ray revealed an anteroom, plainly but efficiently furnished. There was a writing-desk, with a telephone on it, and one or two baskets of papers and some letter-files. In a corner was a bed all ready made up. It looked as though it might have been converted from an ottoman. Beside it was a portable enamelled washstand and a small electric stove. In the other corner was a tall wooden cabinet. Right in front

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