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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

began to speak-a hard, guttural voice that sounded raspily in the silence. -
" Hell !" said Delbury, with a start; " that's Tansy ! "
" Quite ! You had him followed ?"
" Yes-two men are on his heels."
" Listen, then-he's talking to the gang. Get what he says, phone the Yard, and you can collar the lot. Why not send the Flying Squad vans down?" he added, with a dry smile.
Delbury rubbed his fingers together in amazement. "The vans are following our men now!" said Shaughnessy. He looked oddly at Valmon Dain. " But, say, Mr. Dain, how the devil does this gadget work ?" he demanded.
Dain smiled again, a little grimly.
" That would take rather too long to tell you, Inspector," he said, "unless you happen to have a fairly complete knowledge of dynamic energy and electrical phenomena. Do you ?"
" I don't," said Delbury hurriedly.
" Well, briefly, this machine is a gigantic magnet, operating over the telephone system. Within certain limits I can overhear any conversation I wish-pro
vided there is a telephone instrument in the rooml"
" Hell !" said Delbury, and pushed his fingers through his hair. " I suppose that's how you knew such a devil of a lot about what I was doing ?"
Dain laughed softly. " I listened to practically every word you and the Chief had to say about

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