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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

bar. After a slight and furtive dab or two he could find no fault with it. He swallowed his brandy and went back to Denbigh House.
Firm footed and clear-eyed he walked up Kingsway. A hundred yards from his door a burly man was fumbling in his pockets, an unlit pipe in his mouth.
" Got a match, sergeant ?" he asked, as he drew abreast.
The commissionaire hailed apparently from north of the Tweed. " Ay," he said in a broad Scots accent, " Ah have a bit boxfu' somewheer aboot me." He handed Delbury the box. " Mebbe ye'd better keep them," he said. " Ah have a patent lighterr of ma own that'll nae doot carry me through."
" Thanks," Thanks," said Delbury.
The commissionaire turned airily into the entrance to Denbigh House. Dain had broken the cordon.
He climbed up the stairs at his leisure and let himself, unchallenged, into his laboratory. For ten minutes he was busy at his apparatus, plugging in on Scotland Yard, Greydene, and his place out at Hendon. Once or twice he got through to St. James's Square, and he tried every combination at his command to get an East End line that would send Tansy's voice whispering over the wires.
But his luck was out that night. His utmost efforts were rewarded with nothing but a monumental silence. He looked at his watch impatiently. It was already aoAroaching nine o'clock, and he

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