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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"My Gawd," he shrilled. "You've done me in-you 'ound-you've got my eyes ! "
Dain slowly withdrew the handkerchief from his eyes. The thick black silk, bunched to a heavy pad, had been pressed hard over his face. But even through the manifold thicknesses the light had penetrated. He felt as though he had been staring wide-eyed into the heart of a fierce arclight. He dropped the heated instrument with a clatter on the floor.
" The gang'll claw the life out of you for this, " whined the jeweller dazedly from the floor. ",They'll get you 1 They'll carve the livin' soul out of you. "
Dain slipped a pair of smoked glasses over his eyes.
" Quite. It's about that gang that I want a morsel of information," he said.
" I'll see you damned before I'll say a word to you-you butcher," yelped the jeweller.
" At present," said Dain quietly, " you have got away with your life. You should count yourself fortunate. You came here with the deliberate intention of killing me. So did Lyall. And Lyall died. So did Lazard. Lazard lived for no other reason than that I think death would be too simple a reward for him. Lazard has earned twelve years' penal servitude in one of our good English gaols. I intend to see that he gets it. I have let you off for a precisely similar reason."
" You've blinded me, you swine-you

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