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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

unless you want to let yourself in as a witness in a particularly sensational case."
" I don't," said Mason bluntly.
" Well, the position is this. That money ought to be going over to-morrow by the Dover-Calais route. That's the straight talk. Quite frankly, we are suspicious of this Count Lazard's movements. At the same time, he is the Ambassador, and has every right to take whatever course he chooses to safeguard this money. You get me ?"
" I do ! A bit awkward, isn't it ?"
" Devilishly so. Yet our definite information is that there is something very crooked going on behind the scenes. Lazard is making a bid for a million ! And we can't interfere. He's got us right where we can't kick. For all we know he may be acting on the straight. I'm afraid it's up to you. If you think you can do anything to help us "
" Good-night," said Mason gravely, and hung his receiver up.
" Boy !" he yelled to a youngster just going out of the office. " Run along to the hotel and ask Count Lazard if he will please be on board by eleven-thirty ! "
At eleven-thirty, when the Count crept down the lonely quays, it was to find a deserted jetty ; no hurry, no bustle, no courtly, considerate captain, no Halcyon, no nothing ! Just a barren emptiness and the soul-rasping shock of it !
Lazard put his two grips down, and his dark eyes glittered. Here was a case for quick thinking and

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