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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Yes, I saw him all right. He let me in like you said he would. He wanted to talk to me. Tried to pump me for what I knew. I pulled the line of talk you told me to, and he fell for it. He said I done the wise thing in siding in with him. I gave him the jemmy, Guv'nor, right where you said. "
" And you're sure about it?" Lazard's voice had just the faintest touch of querulousness in it. " There was no bungling ?"
" It-it's very cold here, Guv'nor," said Tansy significantly. "And I've seen 'em go to sleep before. "
" .And the other little matter?"
" Went all over it with a wrench. I switched off the dynamos and broke all the wires. It would take Dain himself to put this lot to rights again. And he can't ! No one could recognise it for what it was. It looks like a junk-dealer's shop."
" Very good. I'll see you personally in a week's time. Can you hold out till then ?"
" Yes, Guv'nor."
Lazard shut down and the jeweller relaxed.
" What are you goin' to do with me, now?" he whined.
" I've a little visit to pay over in the direction of St. James's Square," said Dain pleasantly. "With your permission I will leave you in your own excellent company for an hour or two."
Tansy heard, for the next ten minutes, some sounds that he could not fathom. It was almost as

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