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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" A thousand. I had to kill you and wreck this here machine. "
" And then he was going to smuggle you out of the country, I suppose?"
" Yes, guv'nor. That's what he said."
" Well, I hope you are satisfied with your evening's amusement. I'm going to keep you here for a little while, Tansy. I'm going to pay a little visit to a friend of yours."
Dain bound him up with strong electric cable, tying his hands behind his back and securing his feet to the legs of one of the great frames.
When he had got him securely triced he brought the telephone instrument over to him.
" There's just one little thing more, my friend," he said. " You're going to talk down this instrument to Count Lazard-quite a short conversation : just to tell him that you've succeeded in your job, that you have murdered me and wrecked my machine. "
Tansy wriggled in his bonds. " I'll see you in hell first," he squeaked, a sudden flash of realisation bursting over him.
" In that case, Tansy," said Dain in his ear, " you get that other smash of light in your eyes." His thin, brown fingers went out to the shining thing on the floor.
Tansy gasped and whimpered in the blindness that whelmed him. There were none of the blind man's instincts to come to his rescue. His blindness was a new thing that had come upon him with

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