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digging itself freeagain. Jim watch
ed the tiny thing'" attack the moun
tain, then looked across to the op
posite slope where an old FrenchJ
DucKet-excavator naa Deen cutting a
tation, strangely moved.,. Then,, sud
denly he sprang to his feet, his heart
thumping, his" pale eyes a-gleam. The
hzeal of the humble workers at-Em
pire, and Gatun and Culebra grew
To 'think of working with
toys like that. . ." he said aloud,
". . . what nerve!"
For several minutes he sat in medi-
foothold for a construction railway. suddenly clear to him. There werej- -9
bigger things than graft! The re??
ward of these men would come lately
when they should see a stately bat
tleship march down between the high
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