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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
1 WHEN BLACK GEORGE ! SAILED THE SUCCESS i Hi Mor n Told lt Hi (fliost in tin- Kiwiiiu: of the "ti iff Ship. E1.IT.1 KILL Ills OWN SON hotilli Mivol llctiiN mi Incident of the tiriirautiiio's Ter rible History. i .in Rnm, tin1 only old f.iMiluned td r m.tn In tlu outl.indwli crew thiit j Lr uht tliv HrltlMi ounvlct flilp Sue- I (,. Hri'.y thv Atl.intlc, cat hlvorlnK j i i. unit nf ii South strort w.iloon . ;i 'f'.iv part.tUln4 of win uml water, ! i . ii I v iin Hi- hail M'pn Knout nil . 1 i n,i oxer th Wt Jti'rn ocean, n. hi , i .Mti th ii'irtli Atlantic ami air !.. ,i melons-, nm.li'mtifil colic, brand- pl' rif and th rnttm hath that vUl ! aio tlncklni: to Si onty-nlnth !' and tile North Illvor to look ,prn. Kept thrmlv ttppermp?t In V. m!nd tif ho told hat h had seen ,.n th- vnv.icn It took ntnrty-Hlx day i ck '! iiiil cnt Succt'f to Hoston 1- i'ti ri.i.- in dock!'. Thirt'. ,1,i out." said Van Brum, "nnd th mlddl" watch o' the nlpht I f up a'oft to loo!e the topeallant VI Parktr than the bottom o' the Arrpwtl; ,t were, but when 1 Rot out on vard moxt to the weather rarrinc i . a I! .-lit tn the foretop below me. T,n I hear the mate tdnc out: 'What f-.nl - mek a llixht to the foretop?' He v.rm in. heavy-Ilk". careaMlc. wonJr ir.z K I needed a lanthorn for to untie 'he kno'.s l. I tlnished my Job nnd ,t li:m short with the word: 'Sheet While th'v were a-settlnc sail they m? a ohantev. Always had to have rv.inte to iret the ship's work done. Men was scared out of their skins by ronvlct rells helow and we was n ! "!nc chost. 1 llchtened the hunt 'Ir's nnd overhauled the pnr. .lust about to so down th rlcirlne when I red voice from the foretop where 'hi.- llht shone. I looks down and sees a crlnnlnc face o' hell lit by that queer ' c'it whleh weren't anything to do T-lt'i the ship. " Tw.is "f a man with n black benrd nr.d danolnc eye. full of madness, and i inokn up at me and beelns talklne s'ntlv. uentl. while I shivers all over -!.i;e this and tries to move and can't: rant even epenk hack to htm. a fellow wi-at I'd never se n before and hope as I may never se, acaln He was n '"llltic a storv the wnr-t evrr I lizard. '! the time zrlnninc as If It wa a blc 1 ke I couldn't do nothlni V'it listen end watch h'.s eyes, which shone and crw dull, shone and cllntnl and crw rfu" Once in a while I could hear the men on deck yo-hoinc very faint. They mlcht ha' been on another hlp hid by the dark, but not half a mile away The Vak. crlnninc faced man talkid rlcht er 'o me. very orderly, and says: I s'po-ie you're surprised at enp it.' matey, but you needn't be, hecauss 1 ' e rlcht on this ship a dent more ' an i do. I'm .i-telllnp you why bca vou're the only man aboard tha' an make an Invlslhle pl!ce. In nr ii i every hand could make an In- k--,ice. but sallorlzlnc Is a lost art -.v I m called Black GeorKe, If you 'f! -a ,i- l upon to address me, and I mn.an led this ship back In the '40s e was a proper ship then, square - 2t : on all her masts, not a maku- ' 'Tlcantini as you tlnd her now. 'We had a load o' prisoners for Auk- t'a ti and anions: 'em was a .wiunK ,p.e witji a My likely six months t !! had hove h brick throuch a n nd''W and run off with 'arf a loaf brf-id His wlfM was an accessory b-fA.-e nr after the crime. I forcet which, nnd t e younc-ter was an accomplice 'ha- ' ood. isn't It? and anyway be- re a babbv It had to co alone ' Its mother The doldrums caught us on the 1 ne wi'h Africa the neanet land and a L-iod ways off. No wind at all day ftf'er rtav and the sun hlttlnK the decks t T-r-ndic-ular till the mate says to ni 'Tw'll he quite roomy helow afore ue cet out of this, itnd all the carco r.hat'. left will be baked convict" We was Ifttisonlnc dead folks at the rat of ah. ut two a watch. Very laborious ' wre. and In a week we'd chucked c er hoard about a hundred dead. 1 was case hardened thoso days. t was tuch abiiut twenty yeans afore 'hat mv woman had left me. a-tniklnc r. f nn with her. and left me Just a itT' lent Kiilnc from one ship tn unother. " "i stiellp ashore for drink and flcht- l c Hadn't been mv fault I'd always en cood to her, and one day 1 cornea k n- ii nnd her Rom llkn that with en'hir man. I never went ashoro .ca n if I could help It. and when I Vid " I took care to drink hearty. T i carco was all known to us by r ;mhrr My mate were a curious, soft ' -ai'i"! ireetur and ho used to come to .' e w:th bejrsinRs to do somethltiK for Nos 371. Z,l and 373. That wus the vnjne ffllow that stole the 'arf a loaf and hli wtfi. and bahby boy. Do you erk-.n 1 paid any heed to the mate's talk them" It weren't In Hlack CJeorRo t" ' ft a tinner for man, woman or child or a three toRether, those dayH. ' The thlnR was that tho younR f l..w died tlrst I Rues hnvlnj? tho i .I kept the woman alive. I took u ' 'hat him afore he went overboard and met nine about hlni melted me a leetle. ' - en went down to look at the woman. She was too far Rone thouRh. Then In n couple o' days there wa'n't nono left ,t ihe very small boy, and he died too, The next day a fine breeze came and f. n' at into the trades. Everybody was ppy. even tho half baked convicts left. I Ha to the mate that we'll Just cross ''is 371, 372 and 373 off our cargo list. 1 Ketx out the list and as 1 cross, out the r.amWs I look at the names opposite." The. old sailor stopped and shook all over " 'The names,' went on Black George, 'o'klnt? eaay and Kentle, 'showed that No. S"! was my own son. The others wero his wife, and my Krandson.' " HIKERS THREATENED ! i BY ANGRY LOT OWNER Arrest Tlint Wonum!" Says He. lint Pollreinnn Pe , elines to Art. i.o.vr; ma urn tn qit.exs fol. Idii Craft Ar(iilres the Ueeipe for Good Tiistine ; Nut llread. i The members of the Votes fir Women OSLER ADVISES YALE MEN. ' I Keep In Ton eh With lirrnl Mlnil In del llfltirnllim, He ini, Skw IIa'S-, font' April It! Sir W.ll- I a'n il.ler of tin. (ivforil fanilti. who t diUv. rll thr Vale Sllllniati leetute. t llr) iiue men to.riiij how they mulj u-t the b'st out of tlielt iouie m IShmle scholats at oxford lb- said: "It Is my bfllcf that a tnnn cin bet obtain an nluaitloti by kiepmK In touch d.i by day nnd je.u tiv je,n with c"rt"J.i of the sreat minds of th- world Tics If.tertiiil education n It tnaj hr tr'tiinl. I n lonR. slow btt-ltiiKi. and Jet it I- what dlstlnRiiNhe. n trull fdiie.itrd man "The terms at Ontoul ate short. otiP three nf eltfht wei'k. imcIi Tills iii.mu that much tim.. ran be Kp'it In tr.nel and fdUcatloti.N n search I know of rr- r men wlm have spent em sters m fienr.atty or part of the terni" In I'm is and have obtalmd a Rood tralnliu In l'tetich and Herman nlileli, of conie, l an Immense advalitace. "The men who will cri the tno-t nut of Oxford life are thou who l;o !n for an academic career or llt' tury reearch. The tnoTe a man brines to i'fotd the mo-e In- will take n,i). The Mtiden' who !ia- I Walkiti't flub had their tlrst tilt with a thorough RroundltiR nnd Is til to take I,, .... . n the classical honor course win e..; ,., m-: lh,, ',,,th,,r itl(s ln ,he ,,pr?on of n hlK ttndtictioti to a (M'e of seualai .hip j.p- ouus policeman on their hike throuRh culUrli British t ,,n bnrnuch yesterday. M Oxford mail) thlttRs an- din' ent. ., ,., .w i,,. the men, the ttudles. the s-ioit- All will !... test a man's o.iii.n-!t to meet ne. eici. b.i the tlrst band tlwt has ever nccom- dltlons, wherein lien the seetet of ttce-- ' ,,.nled the'r watnlerlnRS, two flutes and funw ,e.,ed 'undirhrLier::;;;..!-' hr- metits of France and Octnuti) f arryl-iR 1 The tcpertory of the (lutes was limited out this programme, the turn will lepitu),,, - .o'd l.anc Svne." nnd to this ac- has to offer" i.imaicn avenue imu ortsi i-ainnay, white ii vacant lot ami a crown invited MORE UNDERWRITER SUITS. ' f.V Ida fraft. looklnR particularly 'well in a new khaki suit, had Just Mlminnrl In Tr lo M I oinpnnliM innMnted a soap bnv nnd was telllnff the From UulltliiB tnte. JErrcr.soN' fnv. Mo, Aptll SS-Attoi- ney-Oeneral Barker Indicated to-da that he may follow up his quo warranto pro. ceeqtnRS iiR.ilnst inn nre Insurance coin auiher.ee that this was Saturday morn Inc. but the suffraKists were so adaptal le 'hat they had learned to mar Let on P'lriny. and when they Rot the lote tl, would he able to Iron on panics of the Western t'nlon of riie I Wednesday The Irate owner of the lot Underwriters, which lie lild hi the Su- appeared with a smiling policeman in preme Court to-day, with a (Iratid Jury ' tow Investigation to tlnd out whether or not I " ain't RoinR to have no circus on the heads of the companies have violated 1 ,v propertv." said the owner. "I atn't the criminal srctlons of the anti-trust law fl ' kllffr.,(.'M lin,i if Vou don't Ret out I'll Attomey-i-.eneral Barker will Me , .,,,.. ... r..-i.- itAMmlgrt.r Ar. another suit Monday iiRaltist tin- com- I ' ,,,, , panics which met In I'lttsburR on Wednes- r.', ',' ' . t .i, ,, day and held a meeting In I'hll .delpbla ' '" ' Know whether you own this also and voted to quit bu-lnfs In Mis- property or not. replied the policeman, sourl on April 30 This association mm. "You'll have to he Identified. But you,' prises about eighty lire Insurant" coin- he warned Col. Craft, "have only a panics. street permit." The Attorncy-Oeneral does not ask for He declined to arrest anybody, even an ouster On the contrary lie Is trlng when Ml.s Kliz-iheth Freeman took the to make th Insurance companies stay In ,v nil tH.Ci,n to tell about the English Missouri and continue to writ.- Insurance ' ,nitant :infl ,ho Villu pf their adver He Hsks the court to impose upon tlnni ,,,,. ,,,, a heavy tine for their alleged consplrae to cripple the business and do damage to the people of Missouri by suspending bul-ness. MURPHY SILENT ON WAR PLA1IS. Will niu-iiM oler I'luht With Taniiiinn l.rmlcrs 'lo-iln. Charles F Murphy had nothing to sa But such Inhnspitallty so worked upon the feelings of Miss Christine Miller, one of the audience, that she donned a dandelion a a suffrage em blem and promised the owner that If he called up Police Headquarters she would see that he was prosecuted Miss Miller walked all the rest of the way with the club distributing suffrage literature. At noon Miss Itodgers served lunch- yesterday abjt the council of w ar whl. h ' onn n a house rilled with cherry Wos- tie nas e.iueu to con-i.ier was ami means nm, ro, rn)ft ,,, , b( bf(lt for meeting 5uv MiUer s direct primaries ,, ..,. , , . ti- c,,wrn.. iictlvtti Before the Tammany lenders "' ' po back to Albany to-morrow Mr Mur- party, iiemanueci tne recipe ror tne phy expects to see them and talk over nut bread. It ran wetnocratlc the Mr programme. Murphy feels that Dov Sulzer's declarations In vetoing the Bl.uivelt pri mary bill were an unwarranted slap at Four cupfuls of (lour. nne-hnlf cupful of sugar. One teaspoonful salt Four teaspoonfuls baking powder. One cuptul chopped Kngllsh walnuts Add milk enough to make a stiff bat- h in and the Tammany organization He feels too that President Wilson's determin ation to t.ivor Secretary McAdoo Instead of Senator O fiorman In the rollec torshlp ter anil stir Put In tins nnd allow It appointment is another blow at Tamm.ui t s,and for fortv minutes before Kile- fci't ,,c' ,hriM:li"T ovor H,th ' f,,! ;,n ho,ir ln " "nw ovt,n the leaders in the Legislature . , , . . . . ,, -., . Mr. Murphy and his New York advisers rh" !",, n" h" Republican Huh have already developed plans for carry-' ,u Richmond H.ll much too early, the Ing on the tight In Albany The plan Itinerary having been made out by have not been divulged. . local suffragists not used to doing twenty-four miles a day. After the audience had arrived and had hen addressed the walkers went m to Hollis and then to Queens, where they had supper with Mrs. Alfred Kno. leader of the district, and met On. loal!e .tones, who told of her plans for .nmmnt. iv.t nuts thTnli.ini!f te. Qlata noon to the motion of the I nion Pacific ilh ,lru, , .,,,h . , . , ...,,.' McREYNOLDS AIDS U. P. ROAD. rcr lo Kxtenalnn of Time for lllnmilntlon I'lnn. V.slll.M,TON. pril :'f. - Attoruev-fleti- ..ral Mclteynolds filed Ins anwer thi nfter- Itallroad Company before the 1 lilted Situtes Supreme Court for an eteninn of time for presenting a plan for the di.oluton of the merger of the Ilurritnin lines The t-torney-Cieneral's anwer was as follow-. "I submit the question itliout i'ipremg any opinion thereon whether this court has jurisdiction to grant the relief now a-ked Tnder the peculiar circumstance I am of theoplnlon that loextend the tune during which a plan for dt-posing of the -toek in nnesllon may be presented until Jul v 1. itil.t. may be greatly lo the puhlfc interest i on May J 4. Besides Miss Craft and Miss Freeman the party yesterday Included Mrs, Al fred Kno, Mrs. Sophie Schuyler Dey, Miss Utile .1 Phyfe, Mrs. Alexander Balrd. Mrs. .leanette Boynton, Mrs. Ray 1. Smith. Mrs Cora B. Hamilton and Alphonse Major Anion? other thin-rs. such an extension povibly may result in bringing about a state oi affairs which will render unneces sary certain troublesome litigation now in . contemplation "Accordingly I am willing that the tune be enlarged until July I. inn nut I em- ' phatlcally oppose any extension bejoml that date, and with equal eniphais oppose an order granting the District Court poer to enlarge such time as it m.iv decide " DON T ASK: IT'S MACFADYEN. Illgueal Mini In "itlTrnKe Parade Will llldr OT (Vnl Meed. The biggest man In the suffrage parade will tide while most of the women are walking But he wilt ride for sentiment's sake, and his mount is the lure that has Induced him to appear In the parade The man Is Donald MaeF.idv. n the for. BLACKLIST McKINLEY HOSPITAL. m,r K'ni" Princeton centre rush and the horse Is Chubb, a polo pony, which he fioi. I'nu and llnntnn dim merer once owned Chubb was formerly the i propertv of (teorue IrOllId. ami Mr Mm-. nod- Art Attain! OrgnnUiillon. I Fadyen bought him when h himself was Boston. April 2B The Chnmbet of a student at Plinceton Later he found Commerce and (low Foss lime placed the I himself hard up. and disposed of the horse William McKlnley Memorial Hospital ' at a r,,ITle Big Bill lMwards got him with headquarters in New York, on thei''1''9' "cnts. blacklist because It Is asserted that the1 The other day MacFadyen met Hdwards ana inquired nnoiu nuiip lie was told organization Is not carrying out the pur poses for which It wa Incorpotated. In rcsporiic to many requests from dif ferent parts of greater Boston the Cham ber of Commerce committee Investigated and advised persons not to contribute. fJov FohH, whose name, together with twenty-eight other Governors, appeared on, the hospital letterhead, hus requestid the hospital authorities to withdraw It. CITY JOTTINGS. The eighty-fourth annual parade of the Sunday school children In Brooklyn has been llxed for Thursday, June . Oi er son schools will be represented and a bou 1 1 ouuclilldren wHI participate Hobert Clns, 7 years old, of aj North Fair tIow avenue Hoekaway Heach, w hile plac ing near his home yesterdav afternoon was struck by a trolloy car. Ills hip was frac tured Percy (V Morgan, a letter carrier who has been In the postal service fourteen years, was arrested yesterday by Post Office In spector Joseph Jacobs on a charge of steal ing from the malls He wan held ill H..VKI hall for examination on April 20. that he could have a ride on Chubb If he would take It in the suffrage parade and he accepted So he will appear with the Mens League, which has given him a warm welcome Among their thousand marchers will he John Temple Oraves, Raymond Brown. John Mason, Max East man, Walter I.. Hendry, Swlnhune Hale and James I.ees I.aldlaw DEAD MAN'S MONEY UNTOUCHED. Poller Thiol. Mlnrr Krll From Cherry Mrert Window. Sebastian Yruslta, a Spaniard, was found dead In front of the Immigrants Home at 41 Cherry street early yester day. His skull was frattured. The cir cumstances of his death have not been discovered. Tho police think Yruslta fell from a window, as the J3D0 he brought from the West on April 20 was untouched. He made the money as a miner and had In tended to take It to Spain next week. SUFFRAGETTE NURSERY ANNEX. borf Frit Want lrt hi TbonKblfol- of Miss Aldrleh. Tn first suffrage club In the world with a nursery annex has Just been oiganlzrd Mim Kllzabetn Aldrleh at In aims. 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