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At the end of three-quarters of
an hour, Meyer got in. He found
Hanish, clad in the grey, flowing
robes he affects, sittingin the
study, evidently about to have an
inspiration or something.
"You're wanted at the bureau
of investigation," said Meyer,
"Why?" asked Hanish, placidly-
"Because," said Meyer, "Get
on your clothes and come along."
Hanish came along. But first
he telephoned to his lawyer, one
James R. Ward, and asked Ward
to hurry over to DeWoody's of
fice. "What's this I hear about you
moving your headquarters and
yourself to New York?" demand
ed DeWoody, when he got the
priest of the sun cult in front of
"It is all a mistake, I assure
you," said Hanish, softly. "True,
I am eoine; to move mv head
quarters to New York, but not for
a moment would I think of break
ing my bondsand going there
"It wouldn't be a good thing to
do," said DeWoody. "I hear you
have been in Canada, especially in
Montreal and Toronto several
"I am sure you have been mis
informed," said "The Master."
"Perhaps," said DeWoody.
"Got any of your things packed
up out at the temple?"
"Surely," said Hanish. "Did
I not tell you that I was going to
move the cult headnuarters tn
"Urn," said DeWoody. "I
guess it's all right. But you had
better be careful. If you try to
leave the northern district of Illi
nois and thus jump your bail,
you'll get what Tack Johnson got
"I shall not try to leave Chi
cago," said Hanish, with perfect
"Well, don't," said DeWoody.
"I won't do anything more about
it this time because "
And just then the door of De
Woody's office banged open, and
James R. Ward strode and
strode is the right word into the
"What is the meaning of this?"
he demanded. "How dare you
arrest my client? Ho wdare you
trample upon bis rights and priv
ileges as a citizen of the United
States ? How dare you drag him
up to your office without warrant
of law? How dare you "
"Say," began DeWoody, but
he could get no further.
"I shall have you arrested for
this, DeWoody," said Ward,
shaking his finger at the special
agent, "I shall go into court
right now. I shall see whether
my clients have rights or not. I
shall see whether you can tram
ple on the law at your will. I ,
"Oh, wait a minute," said De
Woody, looking tired- "Your
client isn't under arrest. He is
just in custody. T was going to
let himgo when you came in, but
since you're so dad-blamed anx
ious to go into court, why I guess