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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

crook game and I'm through with it. I'm turning straight-and I know you've been playing the straight game ever since you first broke into the game. And I want to get on your side. It'll stand in my favour a bit when the 'tecs get me. And they'll get me all right."
" I see-and so you want to enlist my sympathy and do a little bit of good in the eyes of the Law before the crash comes, eh ?"
Tansy nodded weakly. " Yes, guv'nor," he whined. " I crawled out here to tell you what's going to happen to-night down in Court Row. You've got it all wrong. You think the Count is going to fix you up a hell of a packet, don't you ? You think he's going to have all his gang there to knock the stuffing, out of you as soon as they've made you talk. Well, you're wrong. There ain't going to be no one there except the Count himself ! And I've come all the way out here to tell you."
Dain stood and looked at him. His eyelids had come down till they almost obscured his eyes. Scarcely five minutes before he had been listening to Lazard himself giving orders to his gang leader to call up his forces for the meeting in Court Row that night. Just for one minute he was puzzled almost to bewilderment. Then deep down in his heart he began to smile.
" Is that all you have to say ?" he asked, after a silence that had become almost too tense to endure. In that last minute there had been a rapid sizing up of each other's power and potentialities. They

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