Mifroid delivered a little lecture on police
So the chief of police
ordered a gallows to be erected, and sent criers to proclaim in every street in the city that a Christian was to be hanged that day for having killed a Mussulman.
At this instant the minister of police
appeared at the door, pale, trembling, and as if ready to faint.
Night was far advanced and the lights shone in the cottage that served for a temporary police
station near the coast.
This, of course, fitted in well enough with the police
theory, if the Colonel could have seen his wife making a murderous attack upon him.
Tarzan realized now what was the meaning of their visit to the police
With shrieks of pain the men escaped into the hallway as quickly as they could; but even before the first one staggered, bleeding and broken, from the room, Rokoff had seen enough to convince him that Tarzan would not be the one to lie dead in that house this night, and so the Russian had hastened to a nearby den and telephoned the police
that a man was committing murder on the third floor of Rue Maule, 27.
I have my own reasons for wishing to keep it from the police
Behind the police
rearguard, at a respectful distance, was an orderly but vociferous mob, several blocks in length, that congested the street from sidewalk to sidewalk.
Troy set forth for the Head Office in Whitehall to consult the police
on the question of the missing money.
He invaded the turmoil and tumble of the down-town streets and learned to breathe maledictory defiance at the police
who occasionally used to climb up, drag him from his perch and beat him.
A CHIEF of Police
who had seen an Officer beating a Thug was very indignant, and said he must not do so any more on pain of dismissal.
Still further, other groups of comrades, at the signal, were to seize the officers of the Mercenaries and the police
, as well as all Oligarchs of unusual ability or who held executive positions.
Go to the police
station," she said to the servant in an undertone, "and give that card to the inspector on duty.
The North- west Mounted Police
, stationed at the foot of Lake Marsh where the gold-rushers entered Canadian territory, were refusing to let a man past who did not carry with him seven hundred pounds of grub.