"Did Hansie say he'd go?" cried the other sailor boy. "Bet he's sore as he can be because he's not with the Colodia and Lieutenant Lang." "He'd never 've taken this furlough, he says, if his mother hadn't begged so hard. Did you ever see a garby so stuck on a gold stripe as Seven Knott is on Lieutenant Commander Lang?" said Torry, rather scornfully. "I don't know. Mr.

The bird sat on his red ear and fixed its claws in his hair, then hopped onto his arm and along it onto the table. Stolpe kept on asking it, "What would you like to smoke, Hansie?" "Peep!" replied the canary, every time. Then they all laughed. "Hansie would like a pipe!" "How clever he is, to answer like that!" said the women. "Clever? ay, and he's sly too!

The bird sat on his red ear and fixed its claws in his hair, then hopped onto his arm and along it onto the table. Stolpe kept on asking it, "What would you like to smoke, Hansie?" "Peep!" replied the canary, every time. Then they all laughed. "Hansie would like a pipe!" "How clever he is, to answer like that!" said the women. "Clever? ay, and he's sly too!

MacMasters made it plain to the boatswain's mate that apprentice seaman Morgan had saved him, as well as the rest of the ship's company, from disaster, and Hansie Hertig grinned broadly. "That Whistler he can do something besides make tunes with his mouth, eh?" he observed.

Once we bought a little wife for him; mother didn't think it fair that he shouldn't know what love is. Well, they married themselves very nicely, and the little wife lay two eggs. But when she wanted to begin to sit Hansie got sulky; he kept on calling to her to come out on the perch.

How are all of you, anyway?" "First rate, with the exception of Hans here," said Tom. "He's got the buckwheat measles." "Yah, und Tom he's got der jipperjocker fefer," declared the German boy, bound to do his best to get square. "Good for Hans!" cried Sam. "Tom, after this, you have got to take care, or Hansie will roast you."

Well, she wouldn't, and one fine day, when she wanted to get something to eat, he hopped in and threw the eggs out between the bars! He was jealous the rascal! Yes, animals are wonderfully clever stupendous it is, that such a little thing as that could think that out! Now, now, just look at him!" Hansie had hopped onto the table and had made his way to the remainder of the cake.

Well, she wouldn't, and one fine day, when she wanted to get something to eat, he hopped in and threw the eggs out between the bars! He was jealous the rascal! Yes, animals are wonderfully clever stupendous it is, that such a little thing as that could think that out! Now, now, just look at him!" Hansie had hopped onto the table and had made his way to the remainder of the cake.

It's the man we saw in the bushes up there by the Elmvale Dam the other day. Remember, Al?" "Gee! Yes!" breathed Torry. "They told me his name was Blake. He doesn't look it," said Whistler earnestly. "He looks more like a German than Hansie Hertig and that's enough!" "Aw " "Of course, he can't help that," agreed Whistler before Torrance could voice objection. "But he is a stranger in Elmvale.

Somebody was coming out of the room in which they built the dummy that had so fooled the ship's company. "Who is it?" gasped Michael. "Oi, oi!" murmured Ikey, peering again, "It's Seven Knott." "Shucks! I'm not afraid of him," said Frenchy stepping forth into the passage. The next moment he cried out: "What's the matter, Hansie?" The petty officer was plainly frightened.