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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

when he saw the documents still there. He was going to run through them quickly to see if any were missing. But there was cigar ash on the top sheets. They could not have been touched.
His cigar was still burning on the floor ; his nose detected the singeing of the carpet. He knew he couldn't have been hocussed for long. And his bewilderment increased.
There was a quick knock at the door, and the secretary came in.
" Oh, here you are, sir," he said cheerfully. " I've typed those memoranda. If you will sign them I'll get them off by Why, what on earth's the matter?" He broke off and looked wonderingly at his superior.
" How-how long have you been gone?" asked Lazard breathily.
" Oh, I dunno-about six minutes, I should think ; certainly not more, sir-why ?"
" You're sure of that?"
" Oh, absolutely-but why ? What's the matter ? Has that commissionaire given you bad news ?"
" That who?" gasped the Ambassador.
" That commissionaire. The fellow I passed on the stairs. Said he had a private message for you and was to deliver it personally. Haven't you seen him ?"
" What-what was he like ?" Lazard's voice was faint almost to a whisper. " Dashed good-looking chap. Clean shaven,

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