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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

of him was a large door with a double wedge of green felt all round the sides where it fitted.
Lazard tried that door, also, with the wire, but as far as he could see it, too, was harmless. He crossed over noiselessly to the cabinet and tried to open it.
The moment he got in front of it there was a blinding flash of light and a muffled "woof !" of sound. A great puff of white, smoke shot upward.
Lazard swore gently under his breath. Valmon Dain looked like being a foeman worthy to cross swords with anyone. Lazard had recognised the flash of a magnesium flare, and he knew that somewhere in that room, probably in the cabinet itself, a photographic lens had just registered a perfect impression of his own features.
Without further ado he strode over to the big door, turned the handle, and kicked it wide open. He stood motionless in the doorway, a tall, handsome figure in evening dress, peering into the blackness within and striving to penetrate its mystery.
The thin pencil of light crept out and flashed round. In one wide, comprehensive sweep he covered the whole centre of the room. So far as he could see the place was untenanted. He stepped inside, and the circle of light played swiftly up and down the wall just inside the door. The action was typical of the man. He was searching for the electric-light switches. He found them. His circle of light came to rest on them ; three very ordinary

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