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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

where the dirty old Thames was glittering in the morning sunlight.
" Not-not till last night," he said slowly. " But, having put all the numbers together, I reckon it's a thousand to one that the Ghost and Valmon Dain are one and the same man."
" Then what are ye going to do about it ?"
" Can't do anything, except wait for developments. Lazard is due at the bank in about three hours. You will be there with the plain-clothes men. You'll be in charge of that end. Get into touch with me the moment anything untoward arises. Lazard, with his couriers, will be walking away from the bank with two million pounds on themso anything may happen. Special envoys are taking it over the Channel on Sunday morning, so the breeze may not blow up till then. The Ghost says he will have him fixed by to-night ; but that's all up in the air yet. We shall have to see what happens."
" And are you staying on here ?"
" I'm going to be that responsible officer of which the Ghost speaks so feelingly. The Chief is coming in to take charge ; so you'd better get out on your end. Got a man out at St. James's ?"
" Sure-he's phoning every half-hour. The house isn't awake yet."
" Right-phone through to the G. P. O. Tell them to find that parcel and deliver it here with all speed. If the mails have already left to go on board, tell them to wire Southampton."

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