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Well, said Lefarge, our ways part here. There is no use in my going to Folkestone, and Ill take the 2.12 back to Paris. We have had a pleasant inquiry, and Im only sorry we have not had a more definite result.

The detective then turned his thoughts to Cliffords theory of Boiracs guilt. And immediately he saw how the news crystallised the issue of the alibi. Up to the present the alibi had been considered as a whole, the portions which had been tested and those which had not, alike included. Generally speaking, it had been argued that if Boirac were in Paris and in Belgium during the fateful days, he could not have been in London. But now here was a direct issue between definite hours. At 7.30 on the Tuesday evening the bearded man was at Johnsons in the Waterloo Road. At 2.30 that same day Boirac was at Charenton. La Touche looked up his Continental Bradshaw. A train arrived at Victoria at 7.10, which would just enable a traveller from Paris to reach the carting contractors at the hour named. But that train left Paris at 12.00 noon. Therefore it was utterly and absolutely out of the question that Boirac could be the man. But then there was the typewriter. . . .

As he looked at it even his long experience scarcely prevented him giving a cry of triumph. For, to the best of his belief, this was the machine on which the Le Gautier letter had been typed!

I imagined Boirac, then, mad with his discovery on the Sunday morning, sitting down and working out a plan for vengeance. He perhaps goes on that morning to the Gare du Nord, and possibly sees them start. He follows them to London. Or, at least, he sees and follows Felix. Madame may have gone by another route. By the time he finds they have reached St. Malo his plan is worked out. He learns they are alone in the house, and he watches till he sees them go out. Then he enters by, say, an open window, and, sitting down at Felixs desk, he forges a letter to Dupierre, ordering the companion statue to that he has already purchased. He does this in order to obtain a cask in which to pack Madames body, as he intends to murder her. To throw suspicion on Felix, he copies the artists handwriting and dries it on his blotting paper. For the same reason he signs it with Felixs name. But he does not give Felixs address, as he wants to get the cask himself.

The youngish man pointed to the entrance.

M. Fouchard, began Lefarge, this gentleman and I are trying to trace the movements of one of your casks, which I am informed left here by your lorry about four oclock on Tuesday, the thirtieth of March last. Can you recall the occasion?

Well, gentlemen, said their friend of the previous afternoon, motioning them to be seated, I think Ive got the information you want. He took up some papers. I have here the receipt of the Southampton boat people for what we may call number one cask, which was handed them on the arrival of the 7.47 from this station on the night of the 30th ult. Here, he took up a similar paper, I have the receipt of the I. and C. Steam Navigation Co. at Rouen for cask number two, which left here by goods train on the 1st inst., and was got on board on the 3rd. Finally, our agent at the Goods Station at the rue Cardinet informs me he has found the porters who assisted to unload this number two cask when it arrived. You can see them by going down there now.

The handwriting was the same in each, at least that was his first impression, but on a closer examination he felt somewhat less certain. He was not a handwriting expert, but he had come across a good many of these men, and was aware of some of their methods. He applied those he knew and at last came to the conclusion that Felix had written the order, though a certain doubt remained. He wrote another note to his Chief and enclosed the two letters, asking him to have them compared.

No, I recollect nothing of the kind.

Lon Felix.

Right, sir, replied Broughton, a young fellow of three-and-twenty, with a frank, boyish face and an alert manner. Nothing loath to exchange the monotony of the office for the life and bustle of the quays, he put away his books, stowed the invoices carefully in his pocket, took his hat and went quickly down the stairs and out into Fenchurch Street.

A tall, untidy looking man, in threadbare clothes and smoking a short clay, lounged up to the car with his hands in his pockets. Burnley spoke softly without looking round,

M. Lon Felix, 141 West Judd Street, Tottenham Court Road, London, W.C.

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2023-06-01 15:58:40 [平顶山市网友]

Shortly after that, about 11.00 or 11.15, the guests began to leave.

2023-06-01 15:58:40 [汕尾市网友]


2023-06-01 15:58:40 [泸州市网友]

Have you never heard of the Wilson Test? Wilson is the head of a great firm of English pump manufacturers, and each year a reward of over 10,000 francs is offered by them for any pump that can throw more water than theirs. A test is held every year, and the last one took place on Wednesday. M. Boirac would naturally be interested, being head of a pump manufactory himself. He would go to the Test.

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2023-06-01 15:58:40 [滨州市网友]

Ah, Monday. Lefarge pretended to correct his notes. Monday evening, of course. M. Boirac was at home on Sunday night, but he did not unpack it till Monday. Thats right, I think?

2023-06-01 15:58:40 [大庆市网友]

But yes, monsieur. Quite well I remember your friend. But, he hesitated slightly, he did not strike me as being so much pleased with the lunch as you suggest. I thought indeed he considered the restaurant not quite He shrugged his shoulders.

2023-06-01 15:58:40 [绥化市网友]

And M. Dumarchez?

2023-06-01 15:58:40 [咸宁市网友]

He has brought us another murder mystery and very interesting it sounds. Now, Mr. Burnley, perhaps you would let us hear your story in detail.

2023-06-01 15:58:40 [濮阳市网友]

First of all was the dinner party at M. Boiracs, which took place on Saturday evening, the 27th of March. At this Felix was present, and, when Boirac was called away to his works, he remained behind, alone with Madame Boirac, after the other guests had left. He was alone with her from 11.00 p.m. till at least 11.30, on the evidence of Fran?ois. About one in the morning, Fran?ois heard the front door close, and, coming down, found that both Felix and Madame had disappeared. Madame had changed her shoes and taken a coat and hat. On Boiracs return, a few minutes later, he found a note from his wife stating that she had eloped with Felix. Felix was believed to have gone to London next day, this having been stated by the manager of the Hotel Continental, as well as by Felix to his friend Martin outside the house when Constable Walker was listening in the lane. On that Sunday or the Monday following, a letter, apparently written by Felix, was posted in London. It contained an order on Messrs. Dupierre to send a certain group of statuary to that city. This letter was received by the firm on Tuesday. On the same day, Tuesday, the statue was packed in a cask and despatched to London via Havre and Southampton. It reached Waterloo on the following morning, and was removed from there by a man who claimed to be Felix, and probably was. The next morning, Thursday, a similar cask was despatched from Charing Cross to the Gare du Nord in Paris, being met by a man giving his name as Jaques de Belleville, but who was probably Felix. The same evening, some fifty minutes later, a similar cask was delivered at the goods station of the State Railway in the rue Cardinet, for despatch to London via Rouen and long sea. Next day, Friday, Felix stated he received a typewritten letter purporting to be from Le Gautier, telling about the lottery and the bet, stating the cask was being sent by long sea, and asking him to get it to his house. On the following morning, Saturday, he had a card from the same source, saying the cask had left, and on Monday, the 5th of April, he got the cask from the Bullfinch at St. Katherines Docks, and took it home.