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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Dain hurriedly scrutinised the remainder of the documents. They all formed separate and individual links of evidence in a chain that was strong enough to hang Lazard. Each one added its quota of substantiation to the huge proofs Dain already held. He began to replace them carefully. One or two of the more vital ones he crushed into his pocket. But the rest he put back as near he could to the positions in which he had originally found them.
A fluttering sigh came from the man in the chair, the first signs of Lazard's returning consciousness.
Dain picked up the telephone.
" Scotland Yard, please," he said. Then, after a little silence :" Put me through to Inspector Delbury, will you ? Thank you. Hallo-is that Delbury ? This is the Ghost here. Yes. Speaking from Count Lazard's house, St. James's. What a pity you didn't follow up Intimation No. 37. Never mind. Even ghosts must expect little setbacks, I suppose. Intimation No. 38 will be with you in the morning. Good-bye."
Dain shot a swift glance over his shoulder at the unconscious man. Lazard's lips were slightly parted and he was breathing through them in short, jerky little gasps. His face, which a few moments before had been chalk white, rigid with the pallid stiffness of coma, began to tinge with the faintest flush of returning colour.
Dain recognised the first warnings of the drug's waning powers. Though the effect of the gas was

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