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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Dain was tiptoeing across that floor, striving to silence the touch of his heavy boots, when a second interruption occurred-and one that almost wrecked his efforts. He was trying to get across to the wide main hall that abutted on the landing, when, without warning, he heard the secretary returning.
He was caught in the act. There was not even time to scramble back down the stairs to the sanctuary of the palms again. Dain took the only chance that offered.
He snatched off his hat and stood in an attitude of respectful puzzlement, blessing in his inmost soul the capsule for not falling out and giving the game away. Almost in the same instant the secretary reappeared, still humming blithely under his breath.
He checked up suddenly when he saw the slightly embarrassed commissionaire standing there, cap in hand, and looking as though he had found himself unexpectedly in the centre of Hampton Court Maze.
" Hallo !" he said in surprise. " What are you doing here?"
" Begging your pardon, sir," said the commissionaire respectfully, " I was sent up from the hall. I've an important message to deliver to the Count Lazard personally. They told me where to come downstairs, but-I-I think I've lost my way."
" Oh yes," said the young person pleasantly. " Of course, it's the butler's night out, isn't it ? Just across there on your right. First door. The Count is disengaged ; I've just left him." The

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