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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

early-morning passengers like a street urchin, the constable thundering heavily at his heels.
As is the way of all crowds when anything exciting is happening, everyone within eye view stopped dead and gazed wonderingly at the sight.
The sudden cessation of movement in the bustling throng gave Dain his only possible chance. He dodged in among the people like a streak of lightning. Once, the foot of some wide-awake individual came out in an effort to trip a supposed pickpocket. Dain leapt over it and whipped his way in among the crowd.
How far the constable chased him through the tunnels and passages of the Piccadilly rabbit warren was never subsequently related, unless, perhaps, the policeman himself told it all to Delbury later on.
Hurry calls were sent through to all the Underground stations. The Yard was phoned urgently, and a detective was in active presence inside a quarter of an hour. He came to the conclusion that Dain was trapped in the Underground, and that it would be only a matter of time before his arrest was effected.
Such a stir was created that the evening papers got hold of the story. They splashed it again, and it was then that Valmon Dain began to be known as The Man They Couldn't Arrest. Some genius sitting at a prosaic desk amid the humming drone of the presses tagged the appellation on to him and used it for his headline. The name caught on, and within a few hours all London was referring to him

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