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Lord Arthur decided to kill her. 'She is old and will not live long,' he said. 'I will kill her. ' He went to a large library and looked at the books on medicine. A book called Toxicology helped him. It was a book about poisons. There was a strong poison called aconitine which worked quickly and painlessly. Lord Arthur wrote down the name of the poison then went to a pharmacy. Lord Arthur asked to see the pharmacist. 'I have a large dog,' Lord Arthur said the pharmacist. 'It has bitten several people.
She and Arthur were both very happy. 41 After their wedding, Arthur and Sybil visited Lady Windermere. ' asked Lady Windermere. 'We are both very happy,' said Arthur. ' 'I have no time to be happy,' said Lady Windermere. ' 'I read in the newspaper that Mr Podgers, your palmist, is dead,' said Arthur. ' replied Lady Windermere. There is a new fashion now. It is called telepathy. I have a telepathist who reads peoples' minds. I became tired of Mr Podgers. He could not read the future. He never told me anything useful.
Soho was a poor part of London where 37 many foreign people lived. Lord Arthur went to Greek Street. He knocked on the door of an old building. The man who opened the door spoke German. Lord Arthur showed him the paper from Count Rouvaloff. 'Come in,' said the man. The building was an empty shop. Lord Arthur waited for a few minutes. Then another man came into the room. 'My name is Herr Winckelkopf,' said the man. ' 'My name is Smith,' said Lord Arthur. 'Count Rouvaloff sent me. ' asked Herr Winckelkopf.