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14 THE T W WASTN ASHINGT N TIMES flIE TUESDAY TUESD ESAY T MAT31 MA Y Y31 31 1910
Army and Navy NavyServ 1 1Service
Service Serv Orders OrdersARMY I IARMY
ARMY ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptaJn ARMYCaptain
Captain WILLIAM LLIAl H PAINE 7th 7thCavalry 7thCaval13 7thCavalry
Cavalry is detailed for general re recrulUng 16 16ult1n recruIUn
crulUng cruIUn ult1n service He will proceed to toFort toFort toFort
Fort McDowell California and re report re report roport ¬
port In person to the commanding commandingpoet commandingofftcr commandingofflor
offtcr of the recruit depot at that thatpost thatpoet
poet for duty dutyThe dutyThe dutyThe
The leave of absence granted First FirstLieutenant FirstLieutenant FirstLIeitenant
Lieutenant JAMES E ABBOTT 2d 2dCavalry dCaval 2dCa1ry
Cavalry Caval In Special Sp SpecI Orders Orde No NoFobruary 34 4 4February
Fobruary 10 MM un War Department DepartmentIB
IB I extended 11 fifteen f teen days daysCaptain daysCaptain
Captain DANIEL W V HAND quarter quartermaster quartermaster quartermaster ¬
master is relieved from detail in inthe inthe inthe
the Quartermasters Department DepartmentLeave DepartmentLeave
Leave of absence from June IS IL 1910 W1 to toand toancllncludlng
and ancllncludlng including August 281910 S 910 is grant granted f 1llmt 1llmtcd ¬
ed Captain FRANK T HINES HINESCoast HI ES ESCoast
Coast Artillery Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpeThe
The following changes In the assign assignments WHllgnmants ¬
ments of officers of the Coast Artil Artillery ArtllJeIJ Artillery ¬
lery Corps are ordered orderedMajor ordered1tlajor orderedIslajor
Major ALFRED M HUNTER is re relieved releved reIlevod ¬
lieved from his present pre ent duties to totake totake totake
take effect on or about July Jul 1 1810 1810and 1PIOand
and will proceed to Fort Barry Cal Caland Caland Caland
and assume command of that post postMajor postMajor postMajor
Major EDMUND M BLAKE Is relievedfrom relievedfrom relieved relfevedfrom
from his present duties to take ef effect etfoct effeet ¬
feet on or about July 1 1810 and will willproceed wllproceed
proceed to Fort Dade Fla and as assume assume assume ¬
sume command of that post and of ofthe otthe
the artillery district of Tampa TampaCaptain TampaCaptain TampaCaptain
Captain WILLIAM FORSE Is relieved relievedfrom relievedfrom relievedfrom
from assignment to the Ninetysixth NinetysixthCompany NinetysixthCompany NinetysixthCompany
Company and placed on the unas unaaslgned unassigned
signed list listCaptain listCaptaIn listcaptain
Captain HENRY M MERRIAM Is Istransferred Istransferrod Istransferred
transferred from the Ninetyfifth NinetyfifthCompany NlnetyfifthCompany NinetyfifthCompany
Company to the Ninetysecond Com Company Company ¬
pany panytransferred panyCaptain ponyCaptain
Captain FREDERICK L BUCK Is Istransferred Istransferred
transferred from Ihe Ninetysecond NinetysecondCompany NlnotJosecondCompanJo NinetysecondCompany
Company to the Ninetysixth Com Company Company ¬
pany panyFirst panyFirat pa2yFirst
First Lieutenant CHARLES R ALLEY ALLEYnow ALLEYnow LLEYnow
now unassigned una igned Is assigned 88 lgned to the the116th the116th the116th
116th Company to take effect August AugustU
13 1910 1910First 1910First 1910First
First Lieutenant CHAUNCEY L FEN FENTON FENTON FENTON
TON now unassigned una > slgned is assigned to tothe tothe
the ISth Company to take effect effectAugust effectAugust effectAugust
August 13 1910 1910First 1110First 11OFirst
First Lieutenant KARL F BALDWIN BALDWINupon BALDWINupon BALDWINupon
upon the departure of the Forty Fortysecond Fortysecond Fortysecond
second Company from Fort Mot MotN MottN
N J will report in person to the thecommanding thecommanding thecommanding
commanding officer artillery dis district district ¬
trict of the Delaware fo rtemporary rtemporaryduty rt rtemporaryduty mporary mporaryduty
duty until such time as may ma be benecessary benecessary benecessary
necessary to comply with this order orderand orderand orderand
and will ill proceed to San Francisco FranciscoCal
Cal and take the transport to ssrfl ssrflfrom smlfrom s il ilfrom
from that place on or about Decem December December Decembet ¬
ber 5 L 18W for Manila Philippine PhilippineIslands PhilippineIslands PhilippineIslands
Islands and upon arrival will pro proceed proceed proceed ¬
ceed to join his company at Fort FortMills FortMUls FortMills
Mills Corregldor Island IslandCaptain IslandCaptaln IslandCaptain
Captain FRANK I L GRAHAM GRA GRAH I Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico Regiment of Infantry Is re relieved reJevel reIieve4 ¬
lieved from treatment at the Walter WalterReed Wa1trReed WalterReed
Reed General Hosultal District of ofColumbia otCOlumbia ofColurzia
Columbia to take effect July 1 1 131 131and 191and 1IO 1IOand
and will m then proceed to his home homepreparatory homelJreparatoJ1 homepreparatory
preparatory to retirement from ac active active active ¬
tive service serviceFirst servJceFirst serviceFirst
First Lieutenant COURTLANDT W WDAWE wDAWE WDAWE
DAWE Medical Reserve Corps is isrelieved iBrolleved Isrelieved
relieved from duty at Plattsburg
Barracks N Y and will proceed to tohte tohis tohis
his home and upon arrival will re report 10 10Port roport ¬
port by telegraph tel Jlaph to the adjutant adjutantgeneral adJutantoncral adjutantgeneral
general of the army for further or 01dQrs orders ¬
ders
NAVY NAVYCaptain NAVYCaptain NAVYcaptaIn
Captain 33 LLOYD to summer con ¬
ference Naval War College New Newport Newport Newport ¬
port R I ICommander IComman ICommander
Commander Comman er A H SCALES detached
Hydrographic H Office Bureau of
Equipment Navy Department
Washington D C to command
Hartford and Olympia and in incharge incharge Incharge
charge ships Naval Academy An Annapolis Annapolfs Annapolis ¬
napolis Md MdCommander 1IdCommander MdCommander
Commander J HOOD detached com command commau corninand ¬
mand mau Hartford and Olympia and andPhlps andFhlps andships
ships Naval Academy Annapolis
Md 1 Id to Washington D C c examin examination examlnaUon oxarnination ¬ I
ation Jor for promotion and upon com completion completfon cornpletion ¬
pletion await orders ordersLieutenant ordersLieutenant ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant D A WEAVER VEA VER detached
Naval Academy Annapolis Md to
duty Fore River Shipbuilding Com Company CompanY Cornpany ¬
pany connection fitting out Sal Salmon Salmon Salmon ¬
mon and in command when placed
in commission commissionLieutenant commisalonLieutenant commissionLieutenant
1
Lieutenant C A BLAKELY detached d 1
Thornton to command Macdon Macdonough Macdonough Macdonough I
ough oughEnsign oughEnshn oughEnsign
Ensign T A THOMSON TH OltIS ON detached
Dolphin to Navy Yard Boston Bo ton
Mass Ia connection navy rifle team teamZns teamEnSign teamEnsign
Zns EnSign gn H J FRENCH placed upon the theretired theretired thcretired
retired list from May MayEnsign 2 2Ensign 1 1Ensign
Ensign B A A STRAIT detached d tachcd Porter Portercommand Portercommand Portercommand
command Stringham StringhamEnsign StrlnghamEr StrtnghaxnEnsign
Ensign Er lgn R W MATHEWSON N detached detachedcommand detachedcommand detacheJcommand
command Shubrick command Bailey BaileyMidshipman BalleylUdshlpman BaileyMidshipman
Midshipman H W V BOYNTON detached detachedcommand detachedcommand I Icommand
command Stockton to Stringham StringhamMidshipman Strlnsham1tIldshlpman StringhamMidshipman
Midshipman A A M L R ALLEN detach detached ¬
ed command Dupont to Bailey BaileyChief BaneyChief BaileyCl4ef
Chief Gunner F H WHITNEY to tonavy tonaj tcnavy
navy yard ard New York N Y YGunner YGunner YGunner
Gunner J F CARMODY CAR rODY to Naval NavalTorpedo NavalTorpedo I ITorpedo
Torpedo Station Newport R I ICarpenter ICarpentor Iarpentor
Carpenter A R HUGHES when dis discharged dischar d dcharged ¬
charged char ed treatment Naval Hospital HospitalNorfolk HospitalNorfolk HospitalNorfolk
Norfolk Va granted sick leave three threemonths threemonths threEmonths
months monthsPaymaster monthsPaymuter monthsPaymaster
Paymaster Clerk S P VAUGHN ap appointed appolnttd appointed ¬
pointed a paymasters clerk in the thenavy thenY tlicnavy
navy duty dut with the Reserve Tor Torpedo Torpedo Toipedo ¬
pedo Flotilla navy na yard Charleston CharlestonS CharlestonSC
S SC C C1YIOVErIENTS
MOVEMENTS OF OFVESSELS OFVESSELSArrivedMichigan VESSELS VESSELSArrived VESSELArrived1Uchlgan
Arrived Arrived1Uchlgan Michigan Dixie Flusser Reid Reidand Reidnd Reidand
and Sn SDlth > th at Delaware Breakwater BreakwaterVestal BreAkwaterVe p pVestal
Vestal tl at Bradford Hector at Rio de deJaneiro deJaneiro t tJaneiro
Janeiro Leonldas at Charleston CharlestonPaul CharlestonPaul CharlestonPaul
Paul Jones Preble and Stewart at atSanta atSanta al alSanta
Santa Barbara Whipple Hull and andTruxton andTruxton I ITruxton
Truxton at Santa Cruz C Perry at atHampton atMonteroj alMonterey
I
Monterey and Birmingham at atHampton aiHampton
Hampton Roads RoadsBalled RoadsSalledPreston RoadsSailedPreston
Balled SalledPreston Preston from Boston for or Dole Delaware DeJaware Doleware ¬
ware Breakwater Dubuque from fromCristobal fromCristobal I ICristobal
Cristobal for Bluefields New Orleans Orleansfrom Orleansfrom Orleawfrom
from Shanghai for Nanking Nankln Prairie Prairiefrom PraIriefrom PrairiEfrom
from Philadelphia for Cristobal CristobalWheeling CristobalheeJlnr CristobalWheeling
Wheeling heeJlnr from Bremerton for San SanFrancisco SanFrancllMO L LFrancisco
Francisco and New York from Spezia Speziafor Sp621afor L Lfor
for Naples
DEATHS DEATHSBBYEROn DEATHSBEYERQn DEATHSBETEROn
BBYEROn Monday May M 1918 at 10 10a 18a I Ia
a a m JAMES M BEYER in the eightieth eightiethyear elghtJethyear eghUe1iyear
year of his ag agFRAXKLIXOn age ageFRAKLIlQn ageFRANKLINOn
FRAXKLIXOn Monday oronda May M 1S 191i at
4M 4 31 a a m BENJAMIN husband ot the th thlate
late Jennlo Free Franklin FranklinGOLDSMITH FrankllaGOLDS FranklinGOLDSMITHDeparted
GOLDSMITH GOLDS GOLDSMITHDeparted tITlIDeparted Departed this life on Monday
May 99 3 1916 at 4 a a m at his ls reaiseaee re hl6Ree
24 tI 6 F street northwest JAMBS GOLD GOLDSMITH GOLDSMITH GOLDSMITH ¬
SMITH aged thirtyfive years yoarsJIAYSOX yoar3BA yearstAYSONDeparted
JIAYSOX BA YSONDeparted Departed this IWo OR Monday
May Ma M 18M lSS at 4 435 a a m at his 1it 1itin home homein MIReIn
in Keallwerth D C A HAYSON HAYSONHESSE lIAY50NllESSEOn 1tAYSOIIESSEOn
llESSEOn HESSE On Moaday May y 3 3t IM 1 ike at 6 p pIB pm
IB CONRAD 8 L HESSE HESSEIN H1iSSEIN HSIN
IN MEMORIAMCONXER MEMORiAMCON MEMORIAM MEMORtAMCONERIn
CONXER CON CONERIn ERIn In sad d but loving remembrance remembranceof JCI remsmbjaiof
of my dear husband and father WILLIAM E
3 CONNER CO NBR who departed this Ute ono onoyear ODOear on onyear
year ear ago a o today May 31 31 IMS IMSIt 1 1It 1N 1NIt
It Is sad ad that one o we cherished cherishedShould eb cherishedShould rlehed rlehedSbould
Should be taken from our home homeBut homeDut homeBet
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Live ia memory JRemYalone JRemYaloneAll alone aloneAH aloneAll
All the years we spent together togetherAll tb8therAU togetherAU
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ShaN be cherished c1M shed In remembrance remembranceFragrant remembranceFragrant remembranceFrsrant
Fragrant sweet from mcmrys flowers flowersBy ftowersD flowersBy
By D His Loving Wife Son and Daughter Daughterinlaw DlUlghterInIaw DeughtetInlaw
inlaw
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UNDERTAKER AND LIVERY
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CHAPTER I IThe I IThe
The Letter Lett r of Marque MarqueS MarqueA
S Idle 1 l as a the proverbial painted palntodship
A 1 ship hlp upon the proverbial proverbialk pr verblal verblalalntedocean
k painted alntedocean ocean they lay which whichloaa
does not moan that the ship shipwas shipwas
was still although there was no nobreeze nObreere
breeze breezeThe breereThe breezeThe
The Hiram and Susan S 5an andher and and Iher her pur pursuer pur purslier ¬
slier s uer as well a half a a league away awayout awayout
out o ut of gunshot astern and to windward wind windward ¬
ward were rolling rollln back and forth forthwith forthwith forthit1I
with it1I long deliberate sluggish Slu glsh mo motions motions ¬
tions t under the Influence In uenc of that thatheaving thathealnsswell
heaving healnsswell h eaving swell which Is rarely absent absentfrom absentfrom
from f rom the th ocean no matterhow matter how pro profound proround proound ¬
found f the th calm calmAn calmAn
An observer midway between the thetwo thotwo
two t wo ships would have seen not a sign signof signof
of life about either of them Yet if ifhe ithe
he could have stood on the decks of offirst orfirst offirst
first one and then the otherhe othor he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldave
have h ave bean amazed at the scene oC oCactivity oractivlty
activity before him himIn himIn himIn
In the minds of the men of tha thaHiram thtHIram th
Hiram and Susan was all the fear of ofthe oCthe ofhe
the t he pursued and in tho minds of the themen tbemen themen
men of the other ship all tho zeal and andlust andlust andust
lust l of the pursuer A stern chase is iss isg isa
s long chase and this one had been beengoing beengoing
going on for several days amid baf baffling bafIng ¬
fling l Ing airs and alternating periods of ofcalm ofca1 ofcalm
calm calmIf ca1 calmIf m mIf
If anything the pursuer pur uer had gained gainedand gainedand gaInedand
and weathered on the pursued but buttheir buttheir butheir
their t positions relatively had hadchanged hadchanged hadchanged
changed little since the morning of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two days before when the rising sun sunsuddenly sun8uddenly sunuddenly
suddenly s disclosed to the watchers on onthe onth onthe
the th smaller sm l1er vessel the larger ship shipclose shipcINe shipclose
close at hand Each captain had used usedall usedal1 usedall
all the skill and seamanship that his hisexperience hisexperience hisxperience
experience e suggested Both were past pastmasters pastmasters pastmasters
masters of the art and the change in inrelative Inr inelative
relative r laUve positions therefore indicated indicatedthe
the qualities of the two ships shipsThe shipsThe shipsThe
The light variable winds had at last lastdefinitely lastdefinitely lastdefinitely
definitely abandoned that section of the theocean th thocean thecean
ocean o and an the most weatherwlse could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see no promise of a breeze It was in inthe Inthtl inhe
the t he nature of events that the crews of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two ships should have been as idle idleas Idleas idleas
as their vessels and that they wore werebusy worebusy worebusy
busy indicated the nature of the exi exigency exlJfency cxigency ¬
gency Unless the night brought wind it itwould Itwould
would inevitably in tho judgment of the thecaptain thecaptain thecaptain V
captain of the Hiram and Susan bring bringdaneer bringdan bringdanger
danger daneerThe dan dangerThe e eThe
The ships wore near enough for a boat boatexpedition boatexpedition boatexpedition
expedition and the Hiram and Susan Susanwas SusanW8 Susanwas
was a sufficiently valuable prize to risk riskmuch rlekmuch riskmuch
much in the gaining gainingTherefore alnlnTherefore gainInrTherefore
Therefore while the man on the big Wgfrigate bigtrlnte bigfrlgste
frigate were busily bu laying plans for a acuttingout acutUnout acutUngout
cuttingout expedition the men on the thesmaller thesmaller thesmaller
smaller ship were ere equally ehergatic energ tlc In Inpreparing InDlOPa1nJ InpropaIng
preparing for their reception receptionIt
It was about sunset and the older and andmore andmore andmore
more experienced experl n td sailors on the e mer merchantman rnocchantmn er erchantman ¬
chantman realized that if t the attack attackcame aUackcame atta1Ecsiae
came at all It would come soon In de default default ¬
fault of boarding netting lines were run runbetween runbetween runbetween I
between between the the shroudsat shroudsat shrouds at short hot Intervals Intervalswhich I thte tervals tervalsWhkh ± vals valswhich
which would offer some obstaco obStacta to a aman aman
man attempting to clamberup tta ttaside ttasideof sides sidesof sld63ot t
of the thehp thehpThe ship shipThe hIpThe
The five guns on each broadside which whichconstituted w1i1 h hcon8tiwtQdthe
whicht
constituted con8tiwtQdthe the armament of the Hiram Hiramand Hiramand Hirersand t
and Susan and the longer gun in the thehigh thehhh ththigh
high topgallant forecastle were ere cast castloose caetloose casiloose
loose and provided The arms chests chestswere cb66tswere chestswere
were broken open and the men supplied suppliedwith suppliedwith suppliedwith
with cutlasses and an pistols pistolsCapt pistolsCaDt pistolsCapt
Capt Hiram Hubbell and his zealous zealousan zealouan
an cnersetlc mate one Owen ConanU of ofNantuckot otNantucket
Nantucket Nantucket a gigantic Jt ntic New Englanderj Englanderjconsulted Enmr Engtrider eC eCconsulted I
consulted together and made every everypreparation everYDrpparatlon
preparation they could think think of ofEven z zEven t tEven
Even the Spanish Soon Ish cook an at < 1 i his boy boyManuel boyanuel boyManuel
Manuel were busy in boating ho tlng caldrons caldronsof caldronof
of water ter Bars of o iron and other heavy heavyarticles h heavyarticles vy
articles were arranged arrangcdamldshlI amidships 6 bandy bandyto bandyto
to either tide sdeWhen sideWhen
When Then all had h d been done the menwere menweregiven men were weregiven
given their suppers and were werqctrderod ordered dcr to j jturn
turn in on the spar deck dec so that in Uicase 1 1caae
case of an alarm they could be iirime iirimediately Iminedtatey 1 1dlately
diately called into action Owing OYlngtothe OwIn to the theseriousness theseriousness II
seriousness of the situation the th matewent mate matewent thatewent
went forward to keep watch on the theforecastle I Iforecastle
forecastle while the captain reraalue1 reraalue1on L Lon I
on tho high poop which balanced balan the thotopgallant thetopsaJl thEtopgallant
topgallant nt torocas forecastleHere forecastle orecasftehere 1e 1eHere
Here and there th re appointed seamen of ofthe atthe ofthe
the watch kept their elr feet along the thegangways thegangways i
gangways and as a night came tne little littlegroup IItU lIttJgroup I Igroup
group moved about among the sleepers sleepersm sl sloperin > ars i iIn
In the waist with every faculty facult alert aiertfor alerttor alertfor
for the slightest indication of an ap approaching sppreaching ¬
preaching enemy enemyThere enemyThere enemyThere
There was no moon and the warm warmthick warmthick I Ithick I
thick haze Obscured even the stars The Thenight TbeI Tbenight I Inight
night was as black as pitch there was wasnot wasnot wa I Inot
not a light showing on the ship even eventhe enmthe everthe
the lantern over the binnacle aft whore whorethe whorsthe hore
the compass swung was carefully hood hooded hooded hoodThe ¬
ed The ship was making no way and andthere andthere I Ithere
there were no hands at the wheel wheelCaptain wheelCaptain wheelCaptain
Captain Hiram paced softly up antI anildown anl1dovm I Idown
down with the catIlka tread of the vet veteran veteran t teran ¬
eran seaman from one side of the poop
deck dC < k to the other and then aft aft peering peeringabout peer1nabout
about him anxiously In every direc direction dlroction diroction ¬
tion He was not alone In his watch watchA
A slight and slender figure paced by his hisside hissde I Iside
side and with Ith eyes more youthful and andbrilliant andbrlmant ansibrilliant
brilliant strove to see what was hid hidfrom hidrom hidfrom
from rom the glances of the weatherbeaten weatherbeatensailor weatherbeatnsailor I Isailor
sailor sailorTwenty sailorTwenty sailorTwenty
Twenty years before another figure
had thus and often of ton paced by the sitte of ofCapt ofCapt 01 01Capt
Capt Hiram Hubbell master and owner ownerof ownerof owneiof
of the stanch merchant ship Hiram Hiramand HIramand Riratrand
and Susan He often thought of it itwith It Itspeclally itespecially
especially When he Walked the deck deckwIth dcclwith
with this slender stripling
Captain Hiram the son of a wealthy r
Boston merchant had chosen to follow followthe followthe o1lou f fthe
the sea In one of his voyaglngs Yoyagtn s he hemet hemet hsmet
met and married Susan Anderson on onthe onthe 1 1the
the distaff side of New England olrtti olrttibut olrt1but olrthbut
but through her father of Danish Danishthat DanishthatIs that thatIs
Is Is Viking VikingblOOd blood She had gon to sea seawith seawith L Lwith
with the young captain and had died diedat diedat I Iat
at the th birth of her daughter another anotherSusan anotherSuaar anothotsugar
Susan Hubbell to whom hom she had left leftonhalf leftone leftor
onhalf one or haIr of the stout ship which her llerowrY hetcowrY
dowry In conjunction with her hue husbands 1msbands huebands ¬
bands earnings had built and which whichbore whichbore I Ibore
bore their joint names namesCaptain namesCaptain namesCaptain
Captain Hiram had kept his daugh daughter dauShter daughter ¬
ter at sea with him during the great greater ¬
er portion of her life He hlmsolfhad himsollhad hlmsolf hlmsolfhad
had educated her and as he hewas was by byno b bno bIno
no > means an Ignoramus she sh knew knewmuch knovmuch knoWmuch
much and what she he knew she knew knewwell knewwell knerswell
well wellBut wellBut wellBut
But she was entirely unacquainted unacquaintedwith L Lwith
with the social life of the Women of ofher ofher olher
her day when to be fashionable it itwas itwas ii iiwas
was necessary to be able to faint on onevery onovery L Levery
every and any ocason and when the thevapors thevapors thevapors
vapors was the prevalent feminine femininedisease femininedisease femininedisease
disease Captain Flram had kept the thegul theJirl thegirl
girl sweet and pure guarding her as asJealously I Ijealously
Jealously as the angel at the gate gateprotected gateprotected gatEprotected
protected Paradise from trespass by b bthe
the sons of Adam AdamHe AdamHe AdamHe
He had taught her In addition to towhat towhat tcwhat
what book learning he had at com command command cornsnand ¬
mand all the nice art of the sailor
At both foreandaft and quarter Qu rter ¬
deck seamanship she was proficient
She could hand and reel and steer
She could pass the weather earing
and tack the ship
She was an unerring shot withsmall with withsmall I Ismall
small arms a msh and was her fathers fathersmaster fathertmaster athersmllSter
master In the t e somewhat rude sword swordplay swordp1ay I Iplay
play which he had ad taught her Her Herstrength Herstrength Hetstrength
strength and physical phY Ical activity would
not be so much remarked in these theseey
daysol days of VIgorous outdoor womanhood
but then they ey were surprising
Her instinctive feminine qualities I
had not been entirely eradicated eradicatedeither eradicatedeither eradicatedeither
either eitherIndeed eitherIndced eitherIndeed
Indeed some of them had boon en ¬
hanced by b tho life she led She was
as graceful as any woman on earth earthnot
although she had never learned to te
dance and coula not ride rid a horse and and n
did not know one card in tho deck
from another She could talk fluently r rand
and well upon upo serious subjects but I
small gossip was utterly foreign to t I I
her he
Frequently one might almost say
habitually h when cruising on the theHiram theHiram
Hiram and Susan she wore the ordlr ordlrnary ordln
nary n ary rJ dress of a sailor She wore It l
without consciousnes of Immodesty Immodestyor
or o r impropriety almost withoutthousht without withoutthought
thought t of it it It was convenient and
is it i t suited her If she had had other otherstandards
standards s by which to measure her herself herseIt ¬
self s elf she might have appreciated the thesituation thesltuatlo
situation s ituatIu better betterShe betterSho
She had been loved by b many men menut
but b bo ut they were mostly most the rough sail sailors 8anaIs
ors o rs the mates and officers of her
fathers f ship but none of them had hadad
had h ad the least power to awaken the themost themost
most fugitive emotions In her heart heartand
and a nd the present pre > ent mate Owen Conant Conantwas
was not more successful 8ucces tul than the theothers theothers
others o Love when it came would ould
be b oa a great Sr t awakening to her
The father and daughter conversed in
low l w tones as they paced the weary
watch It was significant of Susans ca caliacitieB
liacitieB l that as they tramped to and andie
f tl0 ie o on the deck her father often oCtttnfelt felt the thejuch
t ouch of steel st ol impinging against him himMhloh himwhich
which hlch showed that th thu t belt she wore worecarried worecaded worecavled
carried pistols and cutlass
There were only ani thirty In the crew ere of
the t he Hiram and Susan Su n which since the
beginning of the war had carried a let letes
tel t es of marque Capt Hiram Hublwll Hublwllwas Hubbol1was Hubb11was
was a peaceful trader but he was not notabove notabove notabove
above picking up the windfalls that for ¬
tune cast ast athwart his prow and with
the thrift of his ancestry he had al alrcndy alrcnd already
ready rcnd added considerably con tderably to tho sea seaventures a avcntuTes
ventures of his ordinary trade by tak ¬
ing l ug several small vessels belonging to toMnart totho
tho s he British and he had fousnt fought one onemart oneninart
mart brush with a rather heavier pri privateer plvattter ¬
vateer of the enemy which hlch he had suc successfully succ succesafuliy ¬
cessfully c fully beaten ere eftTho ereTho
Tho long course of o the war which
had dragged on through seven years
had told heavily upon American seamen seamenand seamenand
and the present pre ent crew cr w of the merchant merchantman ¬
man had been recruited mainly malnl in Borr
deaux whence the last lading ladln had been beentrVen beenten beentren
ten and a more rascally crowd of otolckguards
Viiekguards and cutthroats Captain C CaptainHIram ntaln
Hiram had never commanded commandedNeeds commandedNeeds commandedNeeds
Needs must when there are no noothers noothers noothers
others he h thought philosophically philosophicallyand
and he determined that before the theship theship theship
ship reached Boston he would have havetamed havetamed havetamed
tamed some of the more turbulent spir ¬
its and let them know what hat it was as to tohave tohave tohave
have a master masterFor masterFor masterFor
For the same reason it had h d been dif difficult dlfficutt dirficult ¬
ficult to t get officers and the Hiram Hiramand Hiramand Hiramarid
and Susan had sailed with Ith but three threeOne threeOne threeOne
One of th them < m the second mate had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone with lth ho hr best men In a small smallprize smallprfre smallprize
prize which id been captured the week weekthe weekberore weekbefore
before This left but the captain and andthe andthe
the first mate Owen Conant who was waseminently waseminently waseminently
eminently fitted for some me higher com command command cornmand ¬
mand but who ho had remained attached attachedto
to the ship for several v ral years because he hewas hewas bewas
was even more attached to the ship shipmasters 1Jhlpmasters shipmasters ¬
masters daughter daughterUnder daughterUnder daughterUnder
Under such circumstances the boat boatswain boatswain boatswain ¬
swain would have been called upon to totake totake totake
take a watch but the best candidate candidatewho candidateho candidatewho
who ho had presented pre8 nted himself for this posi position posiHon pealtibu ¬
Hon at Bord Bordeaux ux had been a French Frenchman Fnmchtnan FrenchbiaS ¬
man whose name on this cruise wa waFrancois W ws 3 3Francois t tprancols
Francois FrancoisHe
He was a good enough seaman a ahandsome ahandsomt a ahandsome
handsome devilmaycare sort of fellow fellowTvho fellowWho fellowwho
Who concealed beneath neath his grace and andpleasant 300p andpleasant
pleasant p nt address as black a heart as asever a8eVer asever
ever filled the human bosom What his hiscareer hJacareer h1icareer
career had been what hilt hi history Cap Captain ¬
tain tam HIram did not know H He shrewdly shrewdlysurmised shrewdlysurm shrewdlyr
surmised surm ed however after st afevl few days dayscontact dayucontact r
contact with tho man that there were Ieredark weredark weredark
dark passages in it which nobody would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be permitted to learn if the boatswain boatswaincould b8t8waincould L Lcould
could help it itOnly ItOnly ItOnly
Only a certain quality of authority authoritywhich authoritywhl authoritsWhich
which whl the man possessed d that made him hima bbsa
a valuable influence in controlling c9htrolUl3 his hisrascally blsraSc
rascally raSc Uy crew crev had enabled Captain CaptainHiram C CaptahiHiram ptaJn ptaJnHIram bitt t
Hiram to tolerate him at all bUtwas but h4 h4was 1 1w
w was the best man forward of the th thetna thetnaundoubtedly ma mUlt mUltundoubtedly t tundoubtedly
undoubtedly in an assemblage 888 in whioh whiohGreeks wltlohGreeks whis 1 1Greeka
Greeks and Levantines and other for foreigners tornen1 formade ¬
eigners nen1 made up the great majority majorltSo
So far however there had been no noopen noopn ticouthreak
open outbreak ou break upon the part of the theboatswain theboaUwain c cboatswain
boatswain boatswainIndeed boaUwainIndeed boatswainIndeed
Indeed for a certain reason ho had hadstriven hadien L
striven ien to gain the favor of his superior superiorwit
wit Wltn Itn a high Idea of his own xdiarms xdiarmsand dtannrnd
I and nd with an utter indlff 1n IndWsca4Q 5T OCa1 OCa to the therelstre
11hte stations of hw hhnshlf lt a asuIt1o qa
t4l1f daughter he badRIJnl had plainly Btth8D Btth8Dto L
to ingratiate himself with the latter lattersomewhat latterC
somewhat to Susans amusement more moreto moreto inertto C
to her diseust diseustSusan dls diestustSusan us usSusan
Susan who entered fully into her fath fathers rather1t fathers ¬
ers difficulties and perplexities had re refrained re refrained rerained ¬
frained from disclosing disclo ing the fact that the theboatswain thebo theboatswain
boatswain bo UlWaJn had made advances to her herShe herShe herShe
She felt abundantly able to t6 take care of ofherself l lherself
herself and there was sot the sighted VghteelI hteet I
reason r eJOc for annoying Captain HlramKlth HirapwiUtsub 1 I
a recital His anger would OMId fcive lsVehoen dtJlll dtJllla
bten fearful indeed and h would nave bavewreaked navewreaked j jwreaked
wreaked it to the full upon up R the boat boatswain boatswatn boatswain ¬
swain swainIt swatnIt swainIt
It was the day of the catontaetailR catontaetailRand nlnetallfl nlnetallfl11d
and Susan had no doubt that hor father fatherwould ratkerwould fathetwould
would cause Franca to be Hogged half halfto halfto baliI
to death This would serve ere no purpose purposesave purposesave I 1
save to turn a latent Into an active en enemy enem ¬
easy em and with the crew then on board boardthe boardthe boarnthe enI I
the Hiram and Susan It was as a possibil possibility po5S1bJIit3 possibilIty ¬
ity not to be sneered at atIndeed atIndeed
Indeed it was quite evident t that thatshould thatshould thatiid t
should iid the expected exI > ted boatattack be made madethat madethat maththat
that night from the British frigate to towindward towlnd te tewindward
windward wlnd ard It could only be repulsed by bythe b bthe y ythe
the united efforts of every man on the theship theJ1hlp the ther
ship hip Therefore adding to her other othergood othergood otlieit r
good qualities of a manly stamp the art artof ar arof t 1 1of
of reticence Susan said nothing nothingFor nothingFor i iFor
For a long l ng time the few awake on the thetrader th thtrader I Itrader
trader kept careful watch but it was not notuntil notuntil no
until five ve bells In the first rst watch that thatanything thatan theanythIng not t
anything an thlng happened happenedCHAPTER happenedCHAPTER happenedCHAPTER
CHAPTER II IIBoarders IIBoarders IIBoarders
Boarders Away AwayHiram Away1I5that
1I5that T that a breeze I feel said ald C Capt pt ln lnHiram h hj I
a Hiram suddenly stopping i iceaseless In bli hhceaseless j
ceaseless ce s pace of the deck deckI I
I think not answered the daughter daughterThe daughterThe daughterThe
The old captain wetted his finger and andlifted andIttO anc
lifted < it seeking ae king to feel a coolness from froma irona I
a draft of 9f air airSusan airSusan airSusan
Susan whose hoso faculties were exceeding exceedingly ¬
ly keen stepped threw her h r head up and andlistened andlistened anc anclistened 1
listened for the breeze breezeI br e eI
I feel something said the captain captainTis captainTis
Tis only the disturbance In the air aircaused aircaused at r
atI
caused by the rocking rock1 tg of the ship shipthink J Jthink I
think think returned his daughter daughterAye
Aye e thatll be It It and I hope it will willje wilonly 1
je the only only nlY disturbance in the air we weSusan weListen
Listen ListenSusan
Susan Slad had not heard the breeze brcroe but buther hu hur t
her quick ear had caught another anothersound anothersound anothesound r
sound The nightwas night was very still During Duringthe Duringthe Durinic
the pauses between the slatting of the thesails thesaUs tb tbsails c
sails tho creaking of the timbers and andthe andthe an
the sway of the loose rigging rtsSi she shethought shethought shiS S
thought she had detected a faint noise noiseof noiseof noisof S
of oars in rowlocks rowlocksWhat rowlocksWhat rowlocksWhat
What is it IU asked tho thosailor sailor softly softlySusans softlySusans softlYSusans
Susans voice sank to a whisper 6r > more morefrom morefrom martt
from the excitement of the moment momentthan momentthan momen momenthan t
than from any necessity necessityThere necessityThere
There She pointed out Into tho thothick thothick thtthick D
thick darkness Dont you OU hear it itOars itOars itOars
Oars They are coming Call the men menWalt menWait menWatt
Walt said Captain Hiram He did didnot didnot dic dicS
not wish to awaken the majority of the thecrew t thi thiI e ecrew S
crew without being certain certa Are you younure JoouGure1 yolruroT I
nure Gure1 he asked straining In vain to tohear tohear tt ttbear
hear
WEDDING TRIP IN AUTO AUTOClara AUTOClara AUTOClara
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Clara Klinger 1OIngerWo Wouldnt ld 1t it be just too toolovely toolovely tot
lovely Harold If we could cnulf take our ourwedding ourwedding on onwedditig r
wedding trip in an automobile automobileHarold automobilelarold automobileflarold
Harold Sparkler SparklerWo Wo can canS dearest dearestClara dearestClara dearestClara
Clara Klinger doubtingly But Butsweetheart ButnvoethENUt Butnweethert
sweetheart = can W We afford It ItHsuold ItHuold
Hsuold Sparkler SparklerYes Yes Clara We can canafford canafford t
afford it if wo go In a very verr modest modestTray modestWay modesway catt t
Way TrayClara WayClara
Clara Klinger Kllngerbat What do you mean by bythat b1that b bthat r
that dear dearHarold dearHarold dearHarold
Harold Sparkler rI I moan If we go o half halfway hal halay f fway
way ay round the block jnfc in taxicabClarnChlcago taxicab taxjcabClara taalcabClaraChicago
Clara ClarnChlcago Chicago Dally News NewsMEAN NewsMEAN NewsMEAN
MEAN TRICK ON BLIND BLINDIt
It was a mean trick to play on onblind a ablind abUnd
blind man manWhat manWhat manVhat
What did they do doGave dOGave dOGave
Gave him a sheet of sticky Paper flypaoerplentifully fJ PaperpJinUful1y r rplentifully
plentifully sprinkled with JIles and told tcilt f
film It was somothlnliJn SOmothlninraiseU lafSeU 1etter 1etterby i
by 1enry James JamesKi Kansasr Sa1FCIty ha City Jour Journal Journ Joureel
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Absolutely returned returnedthegirl the girl It Is Isth
th t here re She p painted lnt off to starb starbrd fard fardThen <
Then T hen she turned Why no now it itseems itse
seems se s ms to comb c mbfrom thorn the other side Call Callthe Calltale
the u ze men she he urged excitement begin beglnnlht beginn1ng
nlht p th to tell updn her herPatlenct
Patleuctt atieut returned her cool old fath father tather jathr ¬
er e r If iv 1 la he boats theyll give hiudernotice Joudernotice louder louderotice
notice n prq preEntly rq ntly and well wellhave have time timeEverything timeEverrthtn timeverthtn
Everything E verthtn Is ready and I dont vant rant6waken vantfa vanto
fa t o 6waken waken fle men onwhat on wbat may je e a afalse
false f alarm alarmIt alarmIt
It Isnt a false alarm persisted p rslat > d the thegirJ thegirl
girl g irl sharply There Didnt you yO hear hearthat berthat1
that that1 that1Aye t
Aye returned the captain his ear earhaving
having ha h ng caught a heavier thump wher wherperhaps wheorperhaps wIererhaps
perhaps p the themuftlln mufflIng had slipped from froman froman fromn
an a n o oar r Its to starboard starboardHo staZ1 Oard OardHo >
Ho walked over to starboard quickly quicklyput Quicklyput quicklYut
put p ut his hand hg d behind his car and leaned leanedfar Jear Jearfar leanedar
far f ar out over the rail This time he hecaught hecaught
caught oaupht the thefa1nt faint sound more plainly
Thatll batll be it he said turning to tousan
Susan S usan uIts Its boats for certain
Can we beat them off asked the thegirl theI
I girl g irl her pulse dancing
1 dont kaow answered her father
If I had hadsome Bt some > me good Americans on the theecks
decks d there we might bat with this thiscrowd thiscrowd thisrowd
crowd c of halfbreeds halfbreedsThey halfbra halfbraThuy
They are nearer You can hear them themmore tnemmore themmore
more plainly now interrupted the girt
At that instant ode of the men in the thewaist thewaist thewaist
waist came running aft with soft cat ¬
like l steps He stopped at the break ef f
the poop poopTheres
Theres something moving mOJn out yon yencc ¬
der d cc sir boats I take it he said satdquietly sakiquietly saiduietly
quietly quietlyI q
I know Wake up > the men Tell
thorn not to make a sound as they
value v their lives They know what to
do d db o Get them to the starboard battery
but b ut no firing firln till I give the word
Aye aye sir said the man ma turn ¬
ing in l ag Instantly about his task
In a moment figures of recumbent
men could be dimly dl 1 seen rising from the
decks and slipping noiselessly to t their
stationS in the gloom glooms
Ought ht we to show a a light asked aakedWhat ked kedhat
s Susan SusanWhat
What hat and tell them where we are areaboard
and what to shoot at and how to ga get
aboard No indeed Ind returned her
father fatherreturned latherI atherhI
hI I dldnt think or that said the girl
Now do you ou stay t here a moment momentreturned
returned the veteran seaman and Ill rn I II
fake a look along the decks Call me if
you 00 notice anything
He ran rapidly ra1 > dly down the ladder and andpassed andpassed
passed from gun to gun seeing that all
was ready read and stopping a moment to
exchange a word or two with Mr r Co Conant Cenest ¬
nant and the huddle of men around the
longtorn 10nS to1Q on os the forecastle fo tJe and then thenmade tbenmade thenmade
made his way wa aft to the poop where wherecould
Susan hd been nervously watchmg She
could do most things that a roan could
do and many of them t em batter than most mostmon mostmono mealmen
mon mono but she had never n v8T be ben n In action
before and something of o the woman womanwas womanwas
was uppermost uppermostHer uppermostHer uppermostHer
Her father laid his hand upon her herarm herann ho hoarm
arm and felt it tremble trembleMy trembleulty tremblety
ulty My ty Kin he saw you had beer beergo beh e t tgo
go below b Theres going to be Woedy
work OB the e decks and you will be besafer 5 5iafei
safer fer ia the cable bHdJers tiers tiersI tiersI
I will never do Jtl it Xever cried I
Susan IJ ji I will 111 take my part hare her with I
the rest restBut reatBut restBut
But ButFather ButuFatherdont ButFather
uFatherdont Father dont make me me1t meIt
It was Wa wropg roQ < of course butthere buttherew but there thereWH I Iwee
w WH e something In the girls plea thai Us L
touched the brave sailors saiors heart hrt hrtelly eape eapeclally
daily elly as he had some doubts db of o Mi
ability abit to k keep op his ht daughter flown D In n I
the cable rle tiers 1s o ones daugt he be5 got t Jo her BOX t there
After all there te would woud be b little danger dangeron dangeton ngr ngrnme
on nme Oie th poopdock ppok if he heou1l oould K contrive cntn I
to keep her he there thereV thre thoreVery
V Very ret py well wel he 11 said si aftwr t8r seme semets I Itl
ts > oughtr ngt ght I win vil Jetjiou let 3mu stayon strR strRn lMk lMkon 4l 4lt
on n rendition t hdfon lidltlon that you yo give gyeeYr gyeeYrwcrd me nyo ybi ybiwcrd r rwcrd
wcrd of honor Onor not to tlee leave the poop
Indeed Indee I shall sall have hve to be with 1t ta tamen temen
men and an I shall U want wnt some e one oe har harto bM4 I Ito
to keep watch and give the alarm alarmIgtve alarmi
aD arJ
Igtve I Jve gIve you nay m word wrd ge said S the t girl girlmanlike girlmanlike rl rlmnlle
manlike mnlle extending extening her Mrha hand handCaresses handCaresses
i Caresses Cr were rare between btW these the two twobut t twobut
I I but bt this Hmo the old sailor Ir drew her herto berto
i to Ms bbr blsbrOht breast kissed kd Ji 1 zer r fondly fo y patted pattedher pottedher k
her on the shoulder oulder gently and a wurr wurrmured mu mw mwinured
inured a prayerere prayer r ere he hlfrech hlfrechHavln b rdeaeed h hHaving dr drHaving
mure Having Havln pry thee th discharged dlbae Ms W paternal paternaland pt l land I Iand
and religious ren OU duties dutl he h loosened ee Ms Mscutlass 3 3cutiam
cutlass from fom its it sheath sbth examined by byfeelJng b bfeeng bfeeIng
c1 feeIng feeng the brace bce 6 of pistols Q and ba baSusan 1 bad badSusan
Susan Sus do likewise likewiseThe lkewis ps
The noise nie of the th approaching appohing boats boalswa 1 boatsus I
wa us 8 nearer neer DW BOW and quite audible auie a aS aSthough
an
though the oars had been skillfully muf muffled miiifled ¬
tough th os ka b 8klfl mu
fled t and ad were handled hane cautiously cutoly b3 b3practiced
practiced prctce hands hOs and aD no human souno oundi
were WEre made md The Te approach a prG3ch of such > u a anumber s
number numbe of boats bts1 bo sad men mn however hwe howevercoId e
could cld not longer b b concealed concealedTheyll cneee
Theyll give Ive tongue 4 in I a minute mlnutsa minutesaid
said sa the old od uten mn tORg to his hi daughter daugte Aye Ayeof AyeI ye yethere
there he ctnue continued 88 a suen sudden fast I
of light lanced the darkness dkne followec < < I
lght lace te
Jjy y the roar roa of f a piece of boat bt u1 artilisrl artilisrland M ty tyand P
and the te singing singg of Or4 eo a ishat ho bot uselessly uselesslywhirled IIOO eley eleywhirle I Iwhirled
whirled across the deck deoKAt dek dekAt
whirle At her aCO lada at Well take her out ot ott otthand ef efhand orhan ol
hand a sharp shr voice olee called cne out outA out OutA
han A burst sh of cheering cheing rose rM from fro the thewater te tewater
water below beov Straining Strinig eyes eje on the tkeHiram te teHirm t
Hiram Hirm and an Susan Suenfaie fancied they eeuM eeuMmake esukmake I
make out the te boats boatsNot bt boatsNot
Not a sound Z0Un had had been be made mde by them themhowever
however but bt the stillness Ulne was w now nowbroken nowbrken zienbroken r
broken brken by a thunderous tund ob discharge dischargeKeep dWarge dischargeKeep
Keep fast at roared rae Captain Catm Hiram HiramWho Hr Hiramwho
Who 0 fired fe that gunT gunTI gun
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obscurity obscurityDamn obscuritYDamn I did dldanswered answered anser a voice voi out ot of the theobscurity te teobsurit theobscuritY I
obsurit Damn you Francois Frcot 1 cried cied HubS Httbbell HubSboll
bell Dn rit settle setle 0t with wih you for to this thisHere tb thisI
blL
Here Hae they tey come come cried ced another nther voice voiceout voIaout oloe oloeout I
out of the darkness darknessFire darkfl5Pire
dake
Fire Fire roared CaptainHiram CaptainHiramTho Cptin Captain Hr Hiram HiramThe
The Te Fre four remaining ranla ror guns gns and the te too lg lgtm long longtorn j jtorn
torn roared out ot an instant Intt response rn The Thebattery j jbattery
battery bater tm roar was w fired fire largely Jagely at a random raaom but bt j
the captain captin thought he detected detete a a crasH crasHof c1 cras crasof I
of timbers and a he ne was wa sure sre that mm1 mm1gled min mingled
gled with the te cheers cheer and aa yells 011 wore wereshrieks woresrek woreshrieks 1
shrieks of pain painHold painHold painHold
srek Hold your smallarm smalan fire fir boys bo he hece het necried
cried Give them the cold cd steel stee first firstif frt frti firstIf t
ce if If they > iav try trv to board boad us Stand 1yt 1ytd byThe by I Iships
i The ley next tr Istt jtnt a boat c8be crashed 8 amid amidships d
ships ne against the Hiram Hiam and ad Susan SusanMen SusanMen
Men stood stod agnst up te in the sternsheets sternheet and andfired ad adlre ant antfired
fired directly at the rail ri One O e of 01 the thecrew thecrew thecrew
lre crew drcty had Incautiously inctously exposed eXIse expose himself himselfand hmscl himseliand
and ad fell back with wit a bullet bulet in his brain brainUnder brin brinUnder brainI
Under cover cove of this discharge dicare a dozen dozenmen dozenmen I
men from frm the te foresheets forsheet of the te boat boatscrambled bt btscrbJed boa I
scrambled scrbJed to tho gangway gangay cutlasses cutlassesupraised 3
upraised they swarmed swarme the side sde Ide of the theship te teship tinship I I
ship upraied At At the same se instant istnt another another boat boathooked bt boabooked
hooked ship on beneath beneth the forechains forehans and andone ant antone I
one touched the ship by the main mainchains malncans
chains The mariners mainers in the sternsheets sternsheetsof sternse t S
cans of theboats opened fire and ad the sailor saflorsforward sailorforward I
forward forwan swarmed swared in the chains chainsThe chains chainsThe chainsThe I
The first frt Britisher Brtsher who ho showed him aiimt himself ¬ I
self thrquRh tQuJh the gangway KJay was w shot shotdead shedead t i iead
dead sl ead Th The next man gained gine a footing footingIn fotng footiniin I IIn
In the opening and cutlasses ctC clashed clashedviciously clacd clacdvicouly
viciously vicouly The he man m in the mainchains mainchainsscrambled mlnans mlnansscrbled mainchainscrambled S
scrambled over the side 8Id but led by byCaptain byPtaln hI I
scrbled IP
Captain Ptaln Hiram Him In person Pern the crew crw crwthr P
threw thr temelve themselves upon upn this group up and anddrove ad addrovo cue 1
drove them back b against asi the pinrail pinrailand PInrl PInrland pinmiand I
ately atelyThe atelYThe atclvThe and held them there ther fighting f htn deeper desperately deser deseratelY deeperatclv ¬
The attack atack in the te forechains forechains was not notquite nt ntQuie no noquite
quite so successful suc s ul for Mr Conant on onthe onthe ot
Quie Conant
the forecastle 1orcaslc swung wunC a lantern over the theside thesl th otS S
side sl a and by means meas of that light l htwhth htwhthIve which whichgave whicigave 1
gave Ive him a fair vie vl view < w of the assailants assailantsv asant atsai1tsALL
v ALL AT ONE PLACE PLACEMrs LACEMrs
Mrs r Pankhurst Pnhurst the militant mltt suffra suffragette suf SUffr3getter ¬
getter gete praised prsed at a dinner dlnar dinnorat at the theColon Colony ColonyClub r rClub
Club in New York the American erlc de department department dcpartment ¬
partment store storeAt storAt storeAt
At the tJese same time tme she 1he said sid you youare ou ouar ot I Iare
are ar not not In your department depaont stores sore such suchuniversal suc I Iuniversal
universal unlveral providers prodeC as our London Londonstores Lnon Lnonstores Londotstores
stores There you get gt everything cerythlngposl posi ¬
tively everything
I know kow a lady who said sid to a London Londondepartment Lndon Lndonepartent 1
department epartent store stor assistant aistant once onceere
Where ere Is I the Brussels Br8el counter
Carpets Carets sprouts sprout or points pint the as assistant assistarit ¬
sistant asked aked Louisville LoutUe Herald HeraldDISCOVERED H HeraldDISCOVERED Jd JdDISCOVERED
DISCOVERED IN TIME TiMEDid I IDid
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But B1t I sent him to your you study sdy to o see seeyour se seou S Syou
your you ou I IWell
youWOIT ouW Well W l he wasnt 8nt there tlo1e when wb I went in
though thQSh I heard tho frontdoor fonl dor slaa sla sla and aa anc
the t10 papers paper on my study stud tablathe tabJothe bills bts 5
for your Easter bonnet bnnet and gowns gowswer gownswert were S Snfl I Iall I
all a disarranged dIaanscHouston dizarrangedHougtoxi Houston Post Po lt
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be b e and hie 111 i mm fl deliberately picked off offthe offhe
I the t he men mn swarming swarin dolbrteY into Ito the chains cbn pcke The Ti Theoat
boat bt b oat held heldo to the te ship by ly a beat bt book bookdrlt hk hkdrl hookrit
drlt drl d rit id 1 aft af till Ul the t man m holding her heraongaiderwasshot herlongaidewas
aongaiderwasshot aom31 a longaidewas a shct ht when it it brought b ht to toasinst toIJt tosainat
IJt a asinst the boat bOt in the mainchains mnhr
This TJI waS wa the easiest access to the theship
ship ehll hi since four fr or e five of ac the t English Englishwere EDg EDgwe EngPtstwere t te teehll
were we already alrea on o deck dek and In th 0 the boarder boarderwould boarderswuid
I would w ul not be shot St or o stabbed sb as they theyclimbed
climbed clmbed c over the rail So the officer In lacharge Inchare
charge c of the boats who maintained maintainedcool a aool
cool c ool head b and seemed to be a mea of ofskill
skill s directed dlre ted the men from the second
boat b oat to rccnf recntWce rce the attacking attackl party
in I n the mainchains mainchainsCmchimc mafncbaJnCAtcl matncblnsCatching
Catching CAtcl l hold of every available roDe rouestay roseay
stay ay or shroud they swarmed swarxys up the
side s ide of the ship hln like monkeys monke The Tb rail
was black with them A volley from fro
the pistols 1i tols of the crew laW some ef
them t low but others gained the deck
At the same time the attack In the
an gangway ay was pushed home more vigor
oufIv o ui snd 00 tor a moment the fate of the
ship s trembled in the blance The air
wa wu fl ftllet l with shouts and cries crl with
sbrJ shrinks kH and curses and the night nl ht sane
with the grating crash ofsteaS of steel on steel
punctuated by the sharper detonations
of o f pistol shot shotei
ei i t tConant
Seeing the forecastle neglected 1oIr
Conant gathered his handful and ran
along tne gangways toward the maIn
mat ma t To dispose of the attack in the
waist wa wax not difficult A piece of
pigiron ballast weighing perhaps
20 SO 0 pound lay In the lee of the theway
boomboat oppo opposite lte the O O5fl D gang
way The mate had put It there him
fl lieU ir
lieUHe irHe
He picked it up an If It hi hd d been a
paving stooc and steppe e to the
gangway lifted It high above his head
and crashed it down into the over ¬
loaded load l boat below him
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