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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  No, no, Watson, that side of the matter is, of course, obvious.But there is another which is far more subtle. You may recollectthat in the case which you, in your sensational way, coupled withthe Copper Beeches, I was able, by watching the mind of the child,to form a deduction as to the criminal habits of the very smug andrespectable father."
2.  "We might possibly want him. Well, we can do no more until we seehow things develop. Good-bye- but I expect that we shall see youbefore morning."
3.  As we walked rapidly down Howe Street I glanced back at the buildingwhich we had left. There, dimly outlined at the top window, I couldsee the shadow of a head, a woman's head, gazing tensely, rigidly, outinto the night, waiting with breathless suspense for the renewal ofthat interrupted message. At the doorway of the Howe Street flats aman, muffled in a cravat and greatcoat, was leaning against therailing. He started as the hall-light fell upon our faces."Holmes!" he cried.
5.  "Ah, it is not part of, your profession to carry about a portableNewgate Calendar in your memory. I have been down to see friendLestrade at the Yard. There may be an occasional want of imaginativeintuition down there, but they lead the world for thoroughness andmethod. I had an idea that we might get on the track of our Americanfriend in their records. Sure enough, I found his chubby facesmiling up at me from the rogues' portrait gallery. 'James Winter,alias Morecroft, alias Killer Evans,' was the inscription below."Holmes drew an envelope from his pocket. "I scribbled down a fewpoints from his dossier: Aged forty-four. Native of Chicago. Knownto have shot three men in the States. Escaped from penitentiarythrough political influence. Came to London in 1893. Shot a man overcards in a night-club in the Waterloo Road in January, 1895. Man died,but he was shown to have been the aggressor in the row. Dead man wasidentified as Rodger Prescott, famous as forger and coiner in Chicago.Killer Evans released in 1901. Has been under police supervisionsince, but so far as known has led an honest life. Very dangerous man,usually carries arms and is prepared to use them. That is our bird,Watson- a sporting bird, as you must admit."
6.  There could be no doubt of the fact. The woodwork was cut, and thescratches showed white through the paint, as if they had been thatinstant done. Holmes had been examining the window.


1.  "'It is very possible. We took no pains to hide it.'
2.  "Do not lose an instant. And, above all, take care of
3.  "Well, well," said Holmes, good-humouredly. "We all learn byexperience, and your lesson this time is that you should never losesight of the alternative. You were so absorbed in young Neligan thatyou could not spare a thought to Patrick Cairns, the true murdererof Peter Carey."
4.  "Don't know- may be anything. But I suspect it is the sequel ofthe story of the statues. In that case our friend the image-breakerhas begun operations in another quarter of London. There's coffee onthe table, Watson, and I have a cab at the door."
5.  "'You have visited Japan.'
6.  "We have had the pleasure of making the doctors acquaintance,"said Holmes, and in a few words he sketched out what had occurred.Miss Stoner turned white to the lips as she listened.


1.  "Yes, sir, and you, no doubt, are Mr. Sherlock Holmes? I had thenote which you sent by the express messenger, and I did exactly whatyou told me. We locked every door on the inside and awaiteddevelopments. Well, I'm very glad to see that you have got the rascal.I hope, gentlemen, that you will come in and have some refreshment."However, Lestrade was anxious to get his man into safe quarters,so within a few minutes our cab had been summoned and we were all fourupon our way to London. Not a word would our captive say, but heglared at us from the shadow of his matted hair, and once, when myhand seemed within his reach, he snapped at it like a hungry wolf.We stayed long enough at the police-station to learn that a searchof his clothing revealed nothing save a few shillings and a longsheath knife, the handle of which bore copious traces of recent blood."That's all right," said Lestrade, as we parted. "Hill knows allthese gentry, and he will give a name to him. You'll find that mytheory of the Mafia will work out all right. But I'm sure I amexceedingly obliged to you, Mr. Holmes, for the workmanlike way inwhich you laid hands upon him. I don't quite understand it all yet.""I fear it is rather too late an hour for explanations," saidHolmes. "Besides, there are one or two details which are notfinished off, and it is one of those cases which are worth working outto the very end. If you will come round once more to my rooms at sixo'clock to-morrow, I think I shall be able to show you that even nowyou have not grasped the entire meaning of this business, whichpresents some features which make it absolutely original in thehistory of crime. If ever I permit you to chronicle any more of mylittle problems, Watson, I foresee that you will enliven your pages byan account of the singular adventure of the Napoleonic busts."When we met again next evening, Lestrade was furnished with muchinformation concerning our prisoner. His name, it appeared, was Beppo,second name unknown. He was a well-known ne'er-do-well among theItalian colony. He had once been a skilful sculptor and had earnedan honest living, but he had taken to evil courses and had twicealready been in jail- once for a petty theft, and once, as we hadalready heard, for stabbing a fellow-countryman. He could talk Englishperfectly well. His reasons for destroying the busts were stillunknown, and he refused to answer any questions upon the subject,but the police had discovered that these same busts might very wellhave been made by his own hands, since he was engaged in this class ofwork at the establishment of Gelder & Co. To all this information,much of which we already knew, Holmes listened with politeattention, but I, who knew him so well, could clearly see that histhoughts were elsewhere, and I detected a mixture of mingleduneasiness and expectation beneath that mask which he was wont toassume. At last he started in his chair, and his eyes brightened.There had been a ring at the bell. A minute later we heard stepsupon the stairs, and an elderly red-faced man with grizzledside-whiskers was ushered in. In his right hand he carried anold-fashioned carpet-bag, which he placed upon the table."Is Mr. Sherlock Holmes here?"
2.  "We were to go to the theatre. The fog was so thick that a cab wasuseless. We walked, and our way took us close to the office.Suddenly he darted away into the fog."
3.  1924
4.  At Waterloo we were fortunate in catching a train for Leatherhead,where we hired a trap at the station inn and drove for four or fivemiles through the lovely Surrey lanes. It was a perfect day, with abright sun and a few fleecy clouds in the heavens. The trees andwayside hedges were just throwing out their first green shoots, andthe air was full of the pleasant smell of the moist earth. To me atleast there was a strange contrast between the sweet promise of thespring and this sinister quest upon which we were engaged. Mycompanion sat in the front of the trap, his arms folded, his hatpulled down over his eyes, and his chin sunk upon his breast, buriedin the deepest thought. Suddenly, however, he started, tapped me onthe shoulder, and pointed over the meadows.
5.   "I am a bachelor," said he, "and being of a sociable turn Icultivate a large number of friends. Among these are the family of aretired brewer called Melville, living at Albemarle Mansion,Kensington. It was at his table that I met some weeks ago a youngfellow named Garcia. He was, I understood, of Spanish descent andconnected in some way with the embassy. He spoke perfect English,was pleasing in his manners, and as good-looking a man as ever I sawin my life.
6.  "Presuming that it is an appointment," continued the inspector,"it is of course a conceivable theory that this William Kirwan, thoughhe had the reputation of being an honest man, may have been inleague with the thief. He may have met him there, may even have helpedhim to break in the door, and then they may have fallen out betweenthemselves."


1.  Holmes rubbed his hands and chuckled with delight.
2.  "We examined the room also. There is no possibility of a secretdoor, and the windows are quite thirty feet from the ground. Both ofthem were fastened on the inside. The carpet prevents anypossibility of a trapdoor, and the ceiling is of the ordinarywhitewashed kind. I will pledge my life that whoever stole my paperscould only have come through the door."
3.  1904
4、  "I never smoke myself, so I think I should have observed it if therehad been any smell of tobacco. There was absolutely no clue of anykind. The only tangible fact was that the commissionaire's wife-Mrs.Tangey was the name-had hurried out of the place. He could give noexplanation save that it was about the time when the woman always wenthome. The policeman and I agreed that our best plan would be toseize the woman before she could get rid of the papers, presuming thatshe had them.
5、  "There has been some new development?"




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