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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Well, who is he?" asked Mercia, unforgiving still.
" I do not propose to tell you," said Dain stiffly. " You are antagonistic ; suspicious of me. You are no longer an ally of mine. And that man's name is too big to be bandied about until after I have secured his arrest."
Dain finished. Without knowing it he had declared his own vindication. He looked at her frankly and fairly. " Had you been in my position would you not have done the same ?" That question was in his eyes, unasked, unsaid, but delivered as surely as though he had taken a rifle bullet and fired it on the target from a rifle.
Mercia looked down at her plate.
" Then how have you done all this ; what is the secret behind it all ?" she asked uncomfortably.
" That," said Dain, "is a secret I am entitled to keep. I have invented a new principle and embodied it in a new machine. One day, perhaps, you may see it. When its task is finally accomplished, I"
" Yes ?"
" I shall wreck it," said Dain savagely. " It would be too much for the cupidity of clever brains. Its place is the scrap heap. I have learned that in my last few months of life."
He made a motion to the waitress for his bill, took it and rose.
`" And are you going to call that policeman ?" he asked.

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