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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

have done. He failed, as most assuredly you will, too. Lyall killed himself through meddling with things that were a little beyond him. "
Lazard smiled, and there was a humorous twinkle in his eyes.
" You are not a bad specimen, Dain," he said ungrudgingly. " But yours is a bluff. And you know it. Speaking in the vulgar tongue, you have been caught on the hop."
The wintry look of implacable animosity began to glitter in Dain's eyes.
" You really think that?" The words were as frosty as the enigma hidden behind the eyes.
" Else why did you let me gain footing in thisthis hall of mystery of yours ?" Lazard waved his hand, round the laboratory and eyed his man critically.
" My dear Count," said Dain patiently, " because one gets into a room it does not mean to say that he is ever going to get out of it again-that is, alive ! "
" And what precisely do you mean by that ?"
" I prefer to quote an example. Willard Lyall thought as you think. But he made the mistake of under-estimating me! Always a risky procedure. My name, my fortune, the many achievements on which my fame is built, have not been founded on bluff. And neither am I bluffing now. I allowed you to gain an entrance here so that you might see for yourself what a mighty opposition you are up

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