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 NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C., CHRISTMAS   NUMBER, DECEMBER, n
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.ill ivork vv,isi|i.iiii]iiii;.: a pal
■ ■ ni" a swill barrel
" How is tlic tlcm 01
ruing?" I askcil,
'Sonit ; ■ tit 1     nitl  I
"I hope In- isenlin I;
danger "
"Cucss he i   mislei
"Will you Iw su kinrl ns to
nsk iln- Indies if ilu re is anything I 'im tl for ilit'tu."
Well, 1 don'l 1 iii'l nxin' "
She slumped  heavily inln ilu   kitt In 11, nnd 1
lit'iinl her voice raised in high inquiry    Then a
11 " 11, which I ili'l ii"t hear, was put to her   I
edged Dandy nearer Uu door
"It's 1l1.it Hi v. tli v who lives up to I'ojt Hill "
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     came tlif 'IK     I iliuli'. he
A tn'      .   mgi       I thing, nnd a good suppei   Yc sliould see the thing  lie weai   instead 0'pants
My 1 11 he goes Ivors hack ridin1."
1 Rand    I knew little 1    ive        I heard 1    if a quick reply in which onl*
fnrmcronal rge scale, for that conn-   Ihe word "insolent" was dislinguislialile.   Then fo|-
try. and    rcviler of myself and 1 II an indcscril  lil  sound ol sjivifl and li|
.1! n, and other I ml.   1 was  I "''''I approach   ami the young wjmni   I'hm
kind—and that, 11*1 11 I searrelj noticed the day Ivfure, appeared in the
root of 1 1 v I newly 1 n Her lirighl   ,111. ■■■:    le*l In  til
;      |]|| irly iliscuncerl     1        Hut 1 mnniiged
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M : ' mnmelil down lo
llie threshold and exti mlcd her hand    li u
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Rand plncc and l'i ■
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Wi      I been ,: n c     111   on ' s
tht ivcl-  ^-~"
journey we had bet
mercy ol n pi I'n.. ol
rain    Kelly ran Ishi d an 11   I
the turn of the drive
"Rub him dr rk   j   11   •       fl    1
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house.
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had not struck in hut the gi mils slim
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fainily I
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nf dark '-Iti'   ' rgi     Her ey ri    I
I* deal leatn under I k hai. wa
I slrmle fm ■ I ■
gloved hand in 1
" I'nele Sin mi hi   driven over t" Pux Hill." she
■ ered, bn ill)]
I slured       I Iln ughl lie was in bed   Win       ill
he gu in pus Hill:" I
" He knows Ihnl liuve tnei
replietl, in su Imi and quickened a cuie ■ thnl I hud
difficulty in can tin mnl IK snid 1 ruel
things 'of biith ul us llr Iiii- taken hi
wiili him and he left ine lucked iniu my rutin IK
■"M me never ag iin In In nieiilinn ymir niime
Aunt lli'i k\ hi tird 111  break Ihe 1".'. ill Ihe tltHir
■ imcd lifter 1        I'll never eliler I hul linns
again!"
"The Huiindi rs!" I cried    Then .1 fearful thing
happened    Tin girl turned her fin from me
lur shoulders slumk anil Ireinbled, nnd I hennl her
■;     I fnrgol luiw shurl had lieen nuriiequuhilanci'
I I'm    I .11 iln- little, eaiilinus, nnlinarj tilings ivliieh
ung n.in are iitp|Hisi'<l i" rei 1
. vuii;..: iiii 11 .1 tys in the land mid ,:   1  1
• m care    I '"M Mary Jane Ihal I l"\"l In r:
thai ihe world livid mulling fur ut i.i p, .
glor;. iviilii'iii lur   il.. 1 hci gri    lure 1
that I. her lovei        hci righlful protccl**i
Suddenly she lifted lier face 1	
nd'wi       Here*     : right Ivhitul III    1  11
u-ai mini     I limk Kiilh hvr haii'l
'id all ' uf live iind ■:
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R. N.Johnston
325 CAMBIE STREET.
Ha:; a laipe assortment to select
from in the smoker.s'1.ne for the Xma:;
trade, such as Ci^ar and Cigarette
Holders. Ci^ai Case:; and Pipes of all
kinds. Including ihcfclebraled Peterson and Muerchauin,
A very handsome Xmas Present
for your friend. Also the famous
ARABELA and PHARAOH CIGARS
in boxes of 10's, ranging from $1.00
per box up.
ROBERT CLARK
llKAI.KH   l.\   MATS   AMI  I'AI'S
ti I'.'.vrs cm>tii i,\(i -V it i.wisu im;goods
CAl'K ASSDII.SKISS.   111) IIIIKI! IIIIII IIS
Cor. Carrall and Cordova Sts., Vancouver, B. C
DIAMONDS       WATCHES
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Call mt
.POKE.,
TIIE.IE 117.7. /•:/,'.
Reliable Ouoils, Reasonable Prices and Siitislaiiitin Guaranteed.
Messr
UKAI. KST.VT1
M" 11H \ \\ II 1 1   - 1.
s. Pi pi
, I.VSl'H VXC'K,
Wli MINIMI
TIM UKH
Co.
LIMITS
0  —	
Charlie Quong
High Class Tailoring
ai nvMiMis mum i ttisi, Vancouver, b.c.
Ill Ml MAM YOUR CHRISTMAS SUI1 0R0VERC0A1
Nl GUARANTEED.
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DOCTOR'S   SPECIAL
*   K1%M WATERPROOF
& y^'S BOOTS
FOR  MEN  AND WOMEN
DR. REED'S
CUSHION SOLE  BOOTS
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
THE   " AOWJE" cUsHioN   *QLe   foot   FQH  Women!
PYKE'S  SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET  WEST, VANCOUVER, B C.
ii. ii. muni.
I'M'Sillflll
£43
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Mill
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'.*. II \ I   M'l   llll   Wli ll '•'■    i'l       tYIMIi CHRISTMAS NUMBER,  DECEMBER, [905,
BV MONTAGUE GLASS,
Author of "The Other Half" and Oilier Stories.
IARV  MARCHBANKS, Tiny ami  I worc
I 11 I  linking our al'iern i constitutional be-
iVI I    Uu''1" ''"' Cathedral ami Iln- I'laza.
I "II        "Isn't ii perfectly absurd how that
I'li.illoiiei' girl runs after Willy Hadley,"
said Mary, apropos of nothing of all.
"Lucky Willy,'' I sighed.
She turned abruptly,
"Why lucky?-     nh, Mr, Brown," lier
eves shone with the liejil of a new discovery, 'you're letting your moustache grow
again.'
"Letting,   I said, "is not ihe oxacl
term,   I'm conning it
"Why .nt' you so anxious to wear a moustache?   Von
look so much better without one."   Sh,- allowed a protesting hand to (all ever " i;eitll\ un my slci vc
" Slie doesn'l lliink bo," I replied
"She." .aid Man-     "Wh" t   ilie!   I>.. I know hor!"
"Nol ihai I've lieuril," I answered,
"I know," she cried, cxultingly    "It's Ihal horrid
Mnrstcr's giri"
" I 1..iv ilie tiiiiiosi iv I". 1 (nr Miss Mnrsters, bul
1 paused ami whistled i" Tiny, ivl a vn  making overtures
lu a bull dog aboui three i»   loo I irgt for hint,
"You're |ierfectly exasperating," slie pouted "I
ihiitlv you're horrid, and whoever the is, vou don'l deserve
her." '
"All, if wc all c"i whal wc deserve," I said, waggling
my head sngely.
"The jail yawns (or some ol us" Her (ace was jusl
tho leasl nil flushed
1 snapped the chain "ti Tilly's collar and he trotted in
front, bis tnil triumphantly erect, like an aigrette on the
coiffure ol n dowager
"Isn't he a dear." she cried, impulsively,
"Who?" I said
"Tiny, of course,"
"Oh! I thought you meant Willie Hadley," I replied,
in what I would call a nonchnlnnl manner.
Mary crow a shade pinker ami entirely failed lo recognize "Iti Mrs Pendleton's nod
"1 see llie Pendleton's have a new coachman," I said,
by way of relieving tho awkward pause.
"Are ymi going i" their party .ni Thursday?" she
asked, innocently.
"No, I'm not, but Willy Hadley is." I answered
"Willy docs dance beautifully,'1 she eried dolinntly
"Who said he didn't?"
"Ami he doesn't say disagreeable things."
"Who does say them?" I asked, and drew Tiny RCIItly
but firmly ironi the vicinity uf the florist's cut,
"Yuu do," eried Marv
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t'^-l ^-tj»^-£, \-n
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HAYMAKER'S REST  "Dupte"
EMU OF DAY   "Un|«l"
I stroked my budding upper lip.
"You said she liked your moustache," she went on.
"And if I did?"
"Well. I don't like it,"
"You're not supposed to," I rejoined, "It's Willy
Hudley's moustache yon ought to like, and that little
German cornel players tut'i under his lower lip, too."
"Now, Willy Hadley has the face for a moustache," she
said, as though in reminiscence,
"The inference being thai I haven't."
I must confess that I yanked poor Tiny rather harshly
from a friendly dachshund.
"Well, you have a very likeable (ace at any rate," she
said, concihalingly.
"In fact, I ihink you're very likeable altogether," she
continued,
"But Willy Hadley." I insisted, "is he likeable too, or
iv he more'"
"Please be nice," she protested.
'Well, pul ii 1 his way," 1 said. "If utter Indifference
be zero, and Love be forty, what is Willy?"
Marv laughed.
"If you musl know, Willy is just about twenty."
"And whal mil I?"
By ihi:. lime we had picked our way through the traffic
t" the park entrance.
"Don't ymi think the winter is the b t st ason of Ihe
year?" said Mary,
"Now you're evading Ihe question, 1 wcnl on. "What
am I, or rather whal is Willy measured in units of me?"
She blushed again.
"1 enn'l express Willy in units of you," she almost
whispered,
I seized her hand.
'Whal ,1" you mean?" I said, breathlessly,
"You won'l 'go' in*" Willy," she murmured.
"1 don'l umli rstand," I said.
We s.ii down on a bench facing the lake.
I," Whal was your pro] ositionin the lirst instance?" she
asked,
"Now list, n carefully," I said, "If Utter Indifference
be .' rojwd Love be i"riy, what am I?"
She made no sie,n.
"Did you hear it?" 1 said,
She nodded.
"Quit k," I urged,   "What am I?"
"One million,  sho commenced, slowly, "two hundred
.md twenty thousand si\ hundred and    Oh, don't,
you're bending my hnl all oul of shape "
Tiny was dam ing 1 in li   on the gravel nnd I
jubilantly,
"That moustache comes off to-night," I cried,
She smiled nrchly.
i believe I like il now," said Mary. "It (eelsever so
much better than ii looks"
ffyfitjfop
■   .'...".' ■ >•   ' '      "•■       "..■  ' .-
The burning of the ashen fngol :   11 urio ncustoi
served in Devon and Somcrscl on Christm*   eve   The
fagol consisl   ol green ash sticks cul   length** 1
neatly fastened into n bundle with withy ' ind     Al 9
o'clock in the evening this is placed on the lire with much
ceremony, when the family and invited gui I
ored r.ititid the In nrth  The llamt   Iii k round I
and when llio firsl '.'teen withy holding the I	
id.1  '   are raised V Merry Christi
The tircnl ing o( each bond is tin for a fi
Legend n    milts (or ihi      loi lory I   I     fin
rtned th   table nt lit Ihii hem, wl il
tradition tellsol tlfred tho
Grcnl ■ :■     merscl
,..,,-   ■ 1,   1  ■
it youi
la the Christ    ■ : 11
Does it meal l-will to men I
Qhl   '•'
Die lint Christ in
. Londoner 1 \    ■    • I'rnndnll
'.'..1 indibli '1 [1 1 li  idea to Sir Henry Col I
the fai        irtist J. C, Ilorslcy to 1 li
Mas Inl.  ■ ■    I by J
on I by hand     \     lal
wai the small I • .■:■ nil rown 1
lie imhi try    Bvi rj 1 hri li |6 cards ol
"■it wen ; ul upon llie marl el not
■    ■ ■ ■ v came into     1  1 1     1I ■ •   1.   dhall ,v
Son, "i  London,  l« gan   1 1   pul lisl -I
simply with the word ," A Mi rry ('hristmn \
ii - ■    ',. w Yenr" nn I in ill        led fun
■■ ii robin , holly brai I
landscapes were added    Wil ilu
popularity of the holi I ■ ■ inl inci
oroclnborntt eal 1
.■: MOM,
'Xmas Gift*
Suitable for All
ladies' Gold Watches,
Plain mi'i DlRinoiid Bel, Irom 112
Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
,,,1,1 Filled, Irom IH
Silver Watches
(it iiii- )'")■>. Irtiini; so
Diamond Kings
mi'i ni iter-, wiili [Hiarla, rubles, opnli
A lilt,',' ni.orlincnl t" lolecl Irom.
"■' 1 hnvo 1 lim."" It ..I i.i"' ki, -''■!-
Unit Silver ny,"in.-
SI l,'t I'lll, -. ' ill |flHM,
ll.',.' j'i.ii will Uml tiilt- illllatil" ler
spROii&eo.
H Cordon si. 11.
,11 Mil I IRS WIlll'I'Ml"*,
RUBINOW1TZ
DKPAB
TMRNTAL
STOl
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" BRITIS
1 COLUMBIA
ilfK  i.Unll I'll IS 1 UNI 1 I'lll ST
Allll  Mill ul   llll   I'KOVlNl 1 .
VANCOUVE
R -STEVESTON
Haider) Bros.
mikin VANCOUVIR,
General Hardware,
Painty Oils,
Etc.
Finnei-.«• and Plumber.s
(iiierney's Stoves and Ranges
All it I* ilellvored,   Kx-ireu wtion
111,'itsivrrv boat*.
.1 -|.'',uii i,i r
Airtight Heaters
CilUnd Inipect.
John J. Banflcld
REAL ESTATE
and General
INSURANCE AGENT.
MONEY TO LOAN.
CALL OR PHONE
153.
00? MaMing* Street W
VANCOUVER.
FORBES & HARRIES
Real Estate,
in lla-tiii.'. Sin' 1 \\ • t
VANCOUVER.   .<   BC
North Vancouver
is all iir.li!, Illlt so HI    '
lots io ,11   \ ,1111 oui, 1      i
ii si hool wlni ll
C. S. Douglas & Co.,
()l2lltisliii(|sSlr(Tl\\.
ire offci
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lion.    I lie-  an  liiautil
nati tl and
walk  Irom ytli   \ 1
I .1      :  :     ' CHRISTMAS  NUMBER,  DECEMBER,   1905,
of Jfer ©f the j)<
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while tu,in miule I'or each his squaw, and when the
red si|uaw would follow a while chief always His
etirsc i-- u|i"ii her"
Thai niiihi Sninelhini;I'linii' movinu tu m the
wide |'i.line nearer and neaivr th'' litlli i'n'
ettlenienl Al lasl it hailed, wailini* p tlienll;
while llie sun wenl ilown and [lie slai ul
il ail r Slai ' I) 11 lay on
the I'vil-smellii ins in her I 1 : nt, her
tijjhl    bill   In 1   I 11 ■!•  elineheil, tl	
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pnrpl        !'       '.i .    ■     lealhi in
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II' Inivt just received thrct carloads of Xntas
Sttvellies from Iln East, which tvt will ldact mi
salt during tht Imliiliiys nl grintlg rtdlicidprices,
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Messrs. Piper & Co.
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lit v   Yuri-   I'till'ND  A   mix   Of
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PRICE OF 30 CENTS
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little :'lnml   i nut, and fun aeross the room.
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I wonder ii il isn'l ,1 Noah's Ark?"
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llie ilark '".'    lhat I     ed        1 at her 1
ll'  ; tb) in 11" .ull "I a sudden pilv for hin
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lindi       ai tl two 1 nrches all the way
round :■    Ai ■]  1 all ll e ui in ..1    utm
■   I ..11 we hnvo double doors?"
llul   : Ihe woof," said llie Angel liioiu-ht-
fully    Then, beeniisc his eyes wandered uivny
from her. and he frowned again   she added
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THE   IDEAL   PACIFIC   TOWN,
now shaping unci spilling into consistence with Llio
siiuL'tl ui 1 hr 1 ircul West.
Ils buildings crystallizing daily, ils energy rofrncletl
through council in |itil)lic unti'i'|ii'ise, slum iho
aggressive progress—llie spirit ot tho West,
CANADIAN STRENGTH IS HERE
MAKING A CITY
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To sei—in know il—is lo tlesiro to share its fortunes,
The official Agents for tho original townsite lands,
rii'., are
Maiiox, .McFaki.ami a  Maiio.v
oil   IIASTl.N'tiS  MTIIKRT, V * Mill' Vl'.lt.   II, C.
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Osteopalho) nnd Chiropody
CORNS, BUNIONS, (A.HUM*,
INURDMN NAILS,
WARTS    AND      BLACKHEADS.
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Hundrrds have been freed from persistent headaches by our scientifically
litted glasses  t*   .*   *•*   **   ■■*   .*
When we undertake loeure headache
we do it or refund the money   it*   ■**
DR. J. 0. IRC, OPFICAL SPECIALIST
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I CHRISTMAS   KIM HER.
UY HOPKINSJJ. MOORHOUSE.
swum away     lie was now tn hi   walk, .''"I Dobbync losl   ighl
ilu  vi   i-i. it huge - ils of slituloii lhat tch were also invisil Ie, bill tl
from the In ..o " bl ncki iln il idden- individual in charge of the deck
I;  iln    il : iiirll A the one to lie dealt with.    Accurd-
1'ivvl ' ingly, D     ■•.■■■■, : ' ildl; forth,
HIS is the remarkable storv of what
I" I truly befell one Richard Dobbyne
1 j in tlie year 1811. ll tells llie nianncr
* * of his impressment al nl a privateer nnd his subsequent escape,
Ik settled i" Western Ontario, nul
far from Newbury and Both'wcll.and
became one of the worthy pioneer
settlers of Upper Canada", Three
of his sous, "Id men now, bul hale
ami hearty withal, arc slillliving
aneal Sinai,nul, Onl . one al I'lor-
^^_ run', Onl.i and one in Manitoba
Richard Dobbyne, a young man al llie time,
had given up school teaching in Ireland, and gone
:,, Hrislnl, inleiil on leaving [or I'annda al the
carliosl opporlunily, His young wife was lo join
Iiiui a few months later, bv which lime he Imped
i" havr a home prepared for her, li so chanced
thai a merchiinl vessel bound for Canada was
swinging in Ihe anchorage, and the lown crier wa:,
announcing in the streets ilu- exceedingly cheap
berths she was offering (or a number "I young
men who were ii"i afraid of roughing their wa;
aero i the ocean, Thai night the vessel dropped
down ilia tide wilh Dobbync aboard
Among those who had liiken pa iage was .1
young fellow, Lloyd bv nam,', nnd ol honcsl ap
pearance; he and Dobbync wore lo share the
same berth. Tin1 place was a mere hole, ami a
small cobwebbcel lamp, attached to a stanchion in
ihe centre, vast a sickly twilighl round about,
while the atmosphere recked with ill-smelling
brine, tar and rotten hemp. Everything wns rude,
and Dobbync marvelled at Ihe unusual thickness
of 1 he bulkheads and the strength of ihe beams,
ll might haw liven (our nf ihe clock when he
was awakened by a strange noise overhead, li
was pitch black all around, bul he fell Ihal dawn
must be very near. Kc could hear the water lapping the wooden sidvs ni the vessel, and knew by
her motions and the sharp jarring of the rudder on
its pintles thnl they were well oul in the heavy
swell "1 tliv Channel, Puzzled to guess the meaning "1 the bustling overhead, he aroused Lloyd,
whose lave look on a starlletl look in the yellow
blur of ihe stanchion lamp,
ll was wilh a vague presenlitnenl lhat Dobbync vwiii in the door ami found ii locked on the
outside, llv shook ii vigorously, and instantly
the bulls were shot back. The entrance way was
blocked by a big seaman wilh a naked cullass in
his hand, ami on his law a grin thai widened lull
inl" his whiskers. The young men realized Ihe
situation -they were trapped, and all this offer of
a cheap passage i" Canada was bul .1 press-gang
strategy, With a cry of despair Dobbync sprang
forward, ami would have had the seaman bv thi'
t lir. .-it had imi iln' door been slammed in his law
Richard threw himself nn ihe little box that , -
mined all his earthly possessions, remaining for a
long lime with In. head buried iu his nrin.
When the sun arose the merchantman had
vanished, Inn in her stend a British privateer was
standing away t.. the south under a lull head "I
canvas    Where ihe brass signal earronade had
stood mi the nflerdeek ihe night lie-
fore was now .1 long swivel ten-
pounder,   fourteen guns rangt d fore
and ail and a number nf sinallarms
wel - I
mi    tl nul
Kieliard Ilubbyii'
hislin     I' tirsl
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creased thoy were able 1 aki   111 ti,,   Irai
about three miles distant.   She was a brig  villi
top-gallants ami royals sel i" cat* li every breath
(in the quarterdeck the captain and ihe lirsi
lieutenant carefully inspected lur through their
glai es,
"Yankee, think vou?" r|uerii tl the fomn r
"1 Ih   ink so." '
Thai was all Dobbync -v. rh ird, inn when
hv wenl below his jaw was -.1 ami a strange light
was shining in l,i evi
The next night closed in, dark and still, Some
sous, wi'tv nut ami a bit ni iiioon hung low down "'"[,"" '"wards ihe hghl Ihal
Ins   Dare   [eet   spagging
: lank
Ti. it you, Ilyl       cnnit
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' \'o,  it's  11 e,"  saitl   Dobbync,
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nia'nifliuMu'si   puddles h,  Iiiii      en the water
tins "..1   a    vim !,•:■ hie, lull alter ,,
time in  eyi    "■ ' tliz: y with tvatch-
:, ui the   '"'ll
welling oul nl lilt gluiiin and bearing
down upon him w ii in nit end.   The
air I me mil ol strange washings,
ami through 11 all he ivai eon 1 ion ■ :
but one lliing   llnil I   ■   isl swim on
I em 1       lo patltlli       rail      eppingaloi
ii the " V' r
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near ihe western horizon, smearing   I 0  e to .....
waters wilh silver    It sank, and «1Uut. lein- ,       ^    .      .. .
ing ll a" -wel running bvni.l ....
ll  ■" '" 1 Int.. black ridge  -"Im" with  «' „lll„ll;;„„| |„ .
glows ol lim '"I'l ii'i.l res. crawl int.. I
The watch were nuislly grouped alioul tm
irward guns, and the mens-
tin ll '"",I "I 'I"" 'mm "ii l"i.k
mil pacing Ihe [u'easlle deck,
sounded loud ill llie xt ml 'ill
■I, , In Now ami
then ihe waler li |>p I fail ll
againsl llie 1 nler as it mel
the well, ami .1 block creaked
aloft. Aw.iv ofl lo ihe north,
a point of light revealed the
position "i the stranger
Night  deepened.   One ol
the wati'li si 1 near 11 linlch
w,iv. nnd, glnncing nboul to
satisfy himsell thnl he w
In .in observation, was suddenly swnllowed up in llie yawning
blnckness below,
Dobbync wns crouching si
lcntly nenrnn upen gun pnrl in
the waisl. lie was clttll only
in a pair of light eanvas trousers, Imi ihe perspiration stood
"iti in great dii'i's upon bis
brow and chest, His straining
oar presently cnughl sound ofa
soft, cat-like movement, and,
peering through llie gloom
the 'tween ilevks. he iliseerned
a   dark   form   close   beside   a
bulkhead    His liearl gav,  .1
sudden leap, bul it was
Lloyd
"'I'll    line is "111'-"
"Yes."
"Vou are ready
none too soon," he
whispered
Light bells struck
Al   olive   llie   boni-
swain's whistle
pipetl shrill and
ileal IliroUgllOUl
the  ship, allil
.1 art in,'.' ,,; fet
sounded   ovei
round until which sturtled the negh-
gent waleh in the bows, ami brought
1 them hurrying aft,
ho'n bhtzes-re you?" he snapped "tit
bbyne told him, .nul asked (or an interview
A captain     The lanky individual linnily
I ;lu ikyliglitiindvallvd'doHiiUilheviipliiin,
ill? tv01i, yes!   Alriglil, Ruwlins   coming,"
1 brisk voice below     "Thank heaven! Ihe
it last.   What quarter, Rawlins?"
's imi the wind, bul a Britisher as swum
us, an" would speak with vou.   Scnd'tn
is speech was pmduclivcof many mumbled
ni "i: ivhich came up through llie skylight,
ed by a quick "Yes, yes, Rawlins, at once."
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ luti r Dobbync wn landing before
'y lillle red-faced ninn with a bald iicad, a
mud middle, and .1 lurned up nose I'or the
"t a lull minute, tins much nslonished,
:\\n ■.-. 11.1 • fl und inli nil luring person
luiiutliing bul clit k his insl llie
\Vl II. Wi 11. will'"
iti Dnbbyne was in dry clothes and sipping
tumpcrul grog would he listen i" 1!.'   lor
ml were you nol fearful ol' Lawyer Shark?"
1    ■ tin Hi.i" I'   (or Ihal ivni his name),
!"i nni Dobbyne, in dismay,
" Nut once,did 1 think "I them."
\    , ■   y thank
iher fnr.thal   mj      111    friend, "r
• ,  uld ':,,■ a monkey's list n, 11
ruisil ler father
than lent:' aboard the bi:,' M di
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,   ; r friend the brig, turned
in ■.',:' rl I'or a 1
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would ii"i I"  there i" ineel I" 1
was vivid, ami lie. helplt    if • innddt I
All surts nl dr |>eratc  cheini      ■ •■ 1  '"I lu
im pttrpo ri  'In 11 quili  unexpeel
e , ,t| pencil,   More than  tin
elapsed ilncc ihe Wasp lefl Hriti
she bad fallen iu wilh
was worth ihe 1 Im •'     I. . •    (li:
1 :     1V1   '   lll.li i'   ■ ■
cruiseil nlioiil in vain, ami "lie da;  found In 1
making whal lillle hi
north, in a lighi wind, will
from iln - api un duv n    Tii,   W ';
lliei    A
sails were ii||i
rode lim Bivell in long tlrn' a mil
Dobbync ami Lloyd ■■ n I* ,:.   ■
morning wntt li ".l'i ti      II rl
rd bow, ami
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I gin- yon lair warning to buy
properly there now, Vou will
Ileal' sii many people say had I
onl) known. We havo a lovely
situation, We have comparatively little lug. Wi have
splendid water ami water system, We have good 1 omfort
able ferry connei ting 1 enter ol
both cities, WA have good
water from. We own our own
street en.Is.     We   have good
BUILDING LOTS
I Id HI
$3 00   to  $500
511 I I I I  I RUN I lol   I Al II
We Mill   hale    ill    lljof)     ell 1 llll
ligliis, electric train cars, telephone, improved parks, etc.,
also s|,i, ii,|ji| terminus lot one
or more railroads, Now. then,
use a little judgment, lo 1 in
and buy. Write nn- or vail at
tin office.
MOLSONS BANK
BULL ING
Vancouver,    B.    C
G.F. McBAIN
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RAILWAY COIPASY, LIMITED

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