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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

about Count Lazard. That was the daftest job I ever authorised. The whole thing was idiotic from the beginning. The Ghost is playing a game on us ; seeing just how much we will stand for. He's having a quiet tug on his own. Count Lazard -forget it. You might as well suspect the House of Lords of running a gambling hell in the Upper House ! "
The big car toured along, calling at post after post gingering up the patrols, and threatening unnameable calamities if Dain got through the cordon that night. Delbury assured them, with hot-eyed fervour, that somebody's scalp would be missing if Dain notched yet a fifth laugh against the Force that night.
But Dain did get through. And in doing so he notched a laugh against Delbury himself, though that capable officer had not, and never did have, the faintest inkling of the ruse that was played upon him. Considering the state of temper he was in, it is possible that had he known that the uniformed porter from whom he begged a match that night was the man he had been going all over London with a fine tooth comb for, he would have shot himself.
Seven o'clock that night found Dain outside an assembly hall in Cricklewood. He had travelled to Hendon-Hendon mark you!-by bus and worked his way back by roundabout stages.
There were gaudy bill-boards placarded outside the hall announcing: " Special To-night! Grand

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