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THE IMPERSONATION PROBLEM

` Certainly,' said Jimmy ;` that's the thing to do. You'll find they know all about it up at the station.'
The game was up. As soon as the policeman was round the corner Jimmy dashed off to fetch the taxi while Hesseltine completed the work of filling in the hole and getting their various properties together. They had at least the satisfaction of getting clear away before the policeman returned.
The chairman, when he had heard the story, said that if everybody had their rights it was probable that two of the younger members of the Problem Club would now be in prison, but he would allow them a score of five all the same. The fifth score might seem a little doubtful, but the young policeman has said that he believed it was all right, and if he had not would probably have taken stronger measures. The chairman also refused to admit Quillian's objection that the conspirators had been mistaken for imaginary people. People might be real or imaginary,

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