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window. Footprints discovered outside the window were photographed and measured. Plaster casts were taken, and the identity of the owner established beyond all doubt.
They were Lyall's. They traced his movements from the time he left the garden path to cross over to the window to the spot where he stood to force the catch of the scullery window. That much they discovered and verified ; Lyall had made his entry through that window. But that was as far as they could get. Further light on the mystery itself was not forthcoming.
Electricians were called in to elucidate the mystery of the wires in the recess in the wall. They failed utterly. The only theory they could advance was that another of Dain's mysterious machines, an electrically driven one, had been housed there at some time or another. The cables were still "live," and they found the controlling switch-a little button tucked away under the carpet by Dain's chair.
But that was as far as they got. They discovered everything that was to be discovered-except how the crime was committed and the whereabouts of the murderer.
Dain's second car was discovered in a way that gave the authorities no more help than if it had been found on an open common.
Then the Chief came through anxious for good news. He had only just climbed out of bed, and

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