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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

rather tanned. Mass of black hair parted down the side and brushed over. Looks as though he might-"
Lazard, with his face draining white, sat down heavily in the chair.
" Quick !" he said painfully. " Get me Scotland Yard on the telephone. "
The secretary gazed at him in bewilderment. He automatically went to the telephone, gave the call, and then looked across at his superior.
" Perhaps you would rather I left the room?" he suggested. " Here's your call just coming through. Shall I go ?"
" Yes; clear out and stay out till I send for you," snapped Lazard. " Don't leave the house till you've seen me again. I may need your services urgently to-night. Find out while you're away who let that commissionaire in."
The secretary handed him the telephone and went out of the room with a look of blank surprise still stamped on his handsome young face.
Lazard waited till the latch of the door clicked, and then barked for a responsible officer to be sent to the phone.
A gruff, businesslike voice answered him.
" This is William Delbury speaking. Inspector Delbury. You are speaking from Count Lazard's number, are you not?"
" Yes, I am Lazard."
" I've been expecting a ring from you, sir. Has anything unusual been happening there to-night ?"

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