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St. Katherines Docks.

Dijon.

So far he was in no doubt as to his proceedings, for this inquiry into Boiracs alibi had been directly asked for by his employers. But, after that, he had been given a free hand to do as he thought best.

DISAPPOINTMENT

THE CASK AT LAST

Good. Then try and find him, and tell him not to go away till we have seen him.

First of all, it should be easy to find out whether he really was in Paris up till Tuesday evening. Fran?ois and the other servants could tell him this with regard to Sunday, Sunday night, and Monday night, and the office staff at the pump manufactory could testify to Monday and Tuesday morning. The servants could also tell whether he unpacked the statue on Monday evening. There was then the question of the time he left his office on Tuesday; that could easily be ascertained. With regard to the restaurant at Charenton, M. Boirac would be a well-dressed and striking luncher at a place in such a locality, and would therefore undoubtedly have been specially noticed. If he really did lunch there, confirmation should be easily obtainable, particularly as the episode of the telephone would further call attention to the visit. The receipt of these telephone messages should also be easy to substantiate, as well as the leaving of the luggage at the Gare du Nord. Confirmation from the Gare du Nord cloak-room attendant, as well as from the waiters in the restaurant in the Place de la Bastille, could hardly be expected, owing to the larger number of strangers these men served, but both places would be worth trying. Inquiries at Malines might prove Boiracs visit, and certainly would show whether he had a brother there, as well as whether the house was locked up on the day in question. The staff in the H?tel Maximilian in Brussels would know whether or not he was there on the Wednesday night, and could tell about the receipt of the telephone message booking the room. Finally, it would be worth finding out if Berliozs Les Troyens was really given on that evening at the Thatre de la Monnaie.

The Inspector looked surprised.

So far he had got when his illuminating idea struck him. The fault of these advertisements was that they had appealed to the wrong people. Instead of appealing to the carter, could his associates not be approached? Or rather his employer, for it was obvious that neither Boirac nor Felix could be his employer, except in the case of this one job. He jumped out of bed, turned on the light, and began to draft a circular letter.

It was a note from the ead office, signed by Mr. Avery, an it said that e ad seen Mr. Broughton an that it was all right about the cask, an for me to give it up to Felix at once. It said too that we ad to deliver the cask at the address that was on it, an for me to go there along with it and Felix, an to report if it was safely delivered.

At first Dr. Martin could hardly believe his eyes as they rested on the fatal headlines. That Felix, his friend, his trusted companion, should be arrested! And for murder! The thought was so incredible, so utterly horrible, he could not take it in. But, unlike the nightmare to which he compared it, the idea had permanence. Though his thoughts might wander, it was always there, grim and terribly definite, for them to return to.

I am not surprised at your suspicions. They are reasonable, though absolutely unfounded, and your precautions cannot therefore be offensive to me. As I try to do everything thoroughly, I may admit this cut on my hand was also faked. I simply squeezed a tube of liquid red paint on to the handkerchief. I did it to account for my being alone in the hall when you arrived, which I thought necessary, lest you might refuse to enter.

The first point, he went on at length, is the question of your intimacy with Madame Boirac. Can you tell me how many times you saw her since her marriage?