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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Oh no, I haven't. I've paralysed your optic nerves for the time being. You are quite blind, but only temporarily. In three or four hours you will begin to regain your vision. That is, unless those optic nerves receive another shock of similar intensity ; in which case I doubt whether you would ever see again."
The jeweller broke into a weltering outburst of blasphemy. Dain waited until he had sunk into a helpless silence again.
" One more flash in your eyes, Tansy, and you are blind for life," he insinuated gently. " A combination of oxygen and magnesium burning in the gap of a high-powered arc-another dose of it would break down the nerve tissues for good. Now then, let's have the truth. Where is Lazard ?"
" In Aldgate." The information came falteringly from the bemused fence.
" And that telephone message ?"
" A bluff, guv'nor. Lazard hadn't no intention of being there hisself. He's scared of you. If you did turn up he was going to leave you to the boys."
" Very pleasant. And how did they propose dealing with me?"
" The same as they do the squealers. Hold 'em in a bath of river water till they're drownded ; and then take 'em along to the river and dump 'em in, somewhere where it's quiet. "
" Thank you. How much did Lazard pay you for to-night's little affair ?"

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