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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Lazard checked up with a sudden shock. His first electri tinge of panic had worn off. His fright had momentarily got the better of him and sent him flying off with a jump for the protection of high authority. He realised that he had made a bit of a fool of himself. Dain he knew already as a master genius ; but he certainly had never ascribed to him the ability to return from the dead. In going to the Yard he was simply forcing his head into the lion's jaws.
" You-you say you were expecting a ring from me to-night-why ?" he said evasively.
" To be perfectly candid, sir, somebody has already rung up from your address to-night. The statement he made personally to me rather led me to expect a further communication."
" But who was it ?" demanded Lazard hurriedly.
" That I can't tell you, sir. For one thing it isn't our policy to give any information of that nature, and for anot?U,,,r-we just don't know."
" But you surely must know the man?"
" We don't. We only know of him. Nobody here has ever seen him. But he keeps on cropping up into our business in a most disconcerting way. He has been to your house to-night. He telephoned me from there. I'd like to know what is at the back of it."
" But this is the only telephone in the house. Nobody but myself has been in this room all the evening. When did you get the message supposed to come from here?"

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