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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Well, he thinks he saw Dain up in Threadneedle Street this morning."
" The devil he did !"
" Yes, but too far away to be able to do anything about it. A uniformed man opened the door of the car for Lazard. Shaughnessy saw him a few moments later getting into a taxicab. He just got one quick look at his face-and he swears it was Valmon Dain without a doubt. I think it's more than likely ; uniformed men don't generally ride in taxis-and, besides, I can't trace a beat policeman being up there at all at eleven o'clock in the morning. "
The Chief smiled. " He seems a nervy customer," he said.
Up in his study the Count Lazard had been urgently busy. Private code messages had gone off to his confederates in Paris and Vienna in flat denial of the ordinary open telegrams that had been sent to inform them of his change of plans. He had taken all the money out of the safe and locked it up in a treble-lock, rhinoceros-hide grip-case. Lazard did not fear trouble at the Customs. As an Ambassador he received full ambassadorial privileges, one of which is that his luggage is not liable to search at the ports, and another that he is exempt from all passport formalities.
Then he got busy with the steamer routes and departures. Most of the cross-Channel captains knew him well, for he was a frequent and rather pompous traveller with them. So Lazard chose one

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