Canby's cold gray eyes glittered, though he said nothing of his intentions.
"There's Canby—you might call on him," Pinkey suggested, grinning.
Pinkey led the horse back and in no gentle fashion Canby was pulled over the edge for the second time, where he lay limp.
It was upon Wallie's inability to "winter" that Canby was counting.
The same remark will apply also in the case of General Canby.
So Canby had laid one more straw on the camel's back to break it!
But she had resented Canby's dishonesty for him—that was something; and Wallie was in a mood to be grateful for anything.
In various small ways Canby had tried to break him and had not succeeded.
They pay you a high compliment,—sending Canby and Thomas to their death.
He stepped behind it as Helene Spenceley passed in Canby's roadster.