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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

sound and desirable in every way, were fictitious and worthless.
Exposure, of course, was inevitable. That was obvious from the beginning. But the coterie, wealthy for life, would be beyond the law. Lazard himself, a millionaire, would remain on in England, exuding nothing but his own righteous indignation at having been made a party to a fraud, basking in the sympathy of both his friends and the higher authorities.
When the crash came there would be but one scapegoat at whom the finger of accusation could point-the Chancellor of the Protectorate's Exchequer. And he would already have removed himself and rejoined his colleagues in that friendly land from which no criminal is ever handed back to the tribunals of justice. There are no shores quite so solicitous to the decamping criminal as those of the South American Republics. They open their arms to them. And once within their wide embrace they would be as safe as though they were on another planet.
And then in a smaller portfolio headed " Bank of England," Dain discovered the reason for Lazard's sudden anxiety. Lazard himself had said that the deal would have to be ratified on the morrow or the whole thing would blow up. Revelation would come with the force of a sledgehammer blow. The scandal that would follow would shake the Chancellories of Western Europe to their foundations. For the loan-bills had been

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