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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

secretary, with a cheerful nod, picked up the rhythm of his broken melody and continued on his way downstairs.
Dain drew in a huge sigh of relief. That thriceblessed uniform of his was a passport to anywhere.
He picked the capsule out of his hat and tiptoed across the wide floor. There were more heavy curtains shielding Lazard's door. He pulled them carefully aside and bent down at the key-hole. His heart gave a great beat of thankfulness when he looked inside. He couldn't see much, but such restricted view as he had, showed him a view more promising than he had dared to hope.
Lazard was sitting in a great armchair with his back to the door. Only the top of his head was visible above the thick padding of the chair. His feet were outstretched in indolent luxury towards the warmth of a crackling log fire, and the blue smoke of a long cigar curled upward through the soft light of dim red lamps. He was reading ; a whole dossier of official looking documents and crested letters was open on a reading frame that swung from the arm of the chair.
On an inlaid table at his elbow lay a despatchbox. It was open and a pelter of other documents peeped out of it. That and the side angle of a heavy safe was all he could see in the tiny frame of the key-hole.
But it was enough. It was as much-and more -than he had dared to hope. Barring a positively fiendish accident, Count Lazard's defences had

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