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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Dain made a bold decision. " It's the jeweller," he muttered to himself, and in the same second he was hurriedly divesting himself of his uniform garments. " It's the jeweller for a thousand pounds. The police would be raising holy Cain out there by now." He dressed swiftly in his own clothes, bundling the others back into the box out of sight. Then he crept to the door and threw it open suddenly.
It was Tansy all right. He started badly at the unexpected jerk of the door. It was part of his nature that his eyes should switch first to the little handful of polished steel that Dain was holding against his hip.
Dain recognised him the moment his eyes lit upon him, the unlovely, unhealthy face that had peered down on him in the District train that morning before Lyall came crawling in through the window to murder him.
" Don't start shooting, guv'nor-there ain't no call for any of that," he said, backing fearfully against the opposite wall. " I ain't going to make no trouble. I'm here to talk sense, I am. I ain't going to do no fancy stuff."
" Then what are you frightened of ?" asked Dain quietly.
" That there thing in your hand. Put it away, guv. It might go off. And I'm on the level tonight-straight, I am."
"What do you want?"
" I want to talk to you-private."

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