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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Getting tired of Count Lazard ?"
Tansy looked up quickly and licked his lips. " I'm only trying to do you a good turn, guv'nor," he mumbled. " I could tell you a lot you want to know. Treat me fair-that's all I ask. I'm risking me neck comin' round here at all. The police are after me as hot as they are after you."
Dain held the door wide open and stood aside.
Tansy walked in looking nervously around. The sight of the giant instrument in the long room frightened him ; the humming of the dynamos scared him ; and the whole mysterious picture of the thousands of series of wires, shiningly bright, and the tiny bead-points of light flickering about among them gave him a horrible feeling of dread in the pit of his stomach.
" Well, and now what is it that brings you here ?" Tansy shied away from the voice. It came from just behind his ear, and there was an ominous note in it that struck a cold shiver down his skin.
" It's-it's about Count Lazard, " he said hurriedly. " I didn't know you knew about him -straight, I didn't, guv'nor. I thought I was giving you the straight tip. "
" It happens that I do know about your principal employer. I also know that your present address is Court Row, Aldgate. And that a particularly thorough welcome is being prepared for me there to-night. You "
" That's where you're wrong, guv'nor," broke in the jeweller eagerly " I've had enough of this

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