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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Yes," said Lazard thickly.
" It was closed from this room. Power supplied from these dynamos closed that door. Neither you nor any man on earth could open that door now. The only thing that would move it would be dynamite. And dynamite, you know, Count, makes a most appalling noise. There is a time lock on it -an invention of my own-twelve steel pins, two inches thick, and an electrical circuit of five thousand volts are holding that door in place. That time lock does not lapse for a fortnight !"
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