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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Only his eyes spoke. And they were yelling aloud for Dain to turn the current off.
" Do you accept? Otherwise, I fear I must increase the power a little." Dain reached out an unconcerned hand towards a small control lever above the bench. He turned and looked inquiringly at Lazard.
Surrender, urgency, a shrieking plea for mercy were all blended at once in the Count's dilated eyes. Dain switched off the current and grimly handed him the pad and pen.
When the thing was written and duly signed, Dain plugged in on three dials with a long connecting wire. He pressed a key and the bolts shot back, and the doors opened of their own accord. Dain pointed to the open doors. " Now get out !" he commanded. "Get back to'St. James's and tell your friends that the French Syndicate swindle will not take place. Tell them that you've run foul of Valmon Dain. That is all. Good-night, Count Lazard. We shall meet again, I feel sure-in surroundings that are not quite so difficult. Eh, what did you say was the address of the estimable Tansy ?"
Lazard looked at him for one second as though he could have flown at his throat and clawed the life out of him. His eyes were glittering like a madman's in the height of a demoniacal frenzy.
Dain fingered the shining horror he held in his hand, and smiled a trifle wearily at him.

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