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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE QREEN PEA PIRATES
By PETER B. KYNE
oAuthor of "WEBSTER MAN'S MAN," "THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS," Etc.
Coprrfchl. Iy VtUt B. Itjrn
6CRAGQS IS ONE LUCKY SEA DOQ.
Synopsis. CaptaJn Mitneat P. BcrABBS
hail itrown up around tho docks of Ban
Francisco, and from mess boy on a river
learner, risen to tho ownership of the
steamer Mftffsle. Blnco each nnnuul In
spection promised to be the last of the old
weatherbeaten vessol, Bcrajfics naturally
has some dlftlculty In soourlnic a crow.
When the utory opens, Adelbert P. Qlbncy,
Ilknble, but erratic, a man whom nobody
but. flcrntrna would hire, Is the skipper,
Nells Halvorsen, a solemn Swede, consti
tute the forcaatle hands, and Hart Mc
Guffey a wastrel of the dlbnoy type,
roiffna In tho onRlne room. With this
motlpy crew and hla ancient vessel, Cap
tain Scrairca la engaged In frelehtlnR Rnr
dor. truck from Hnlfmoon bay to Ban
Krnnnlsco. Tlio Inevitable hoppenn, the
MaRRio KoImk ashore In a foe. A
piiBilnij vessel hailing tho wreck, Mr.
Glbney pels word to a towing company
In Ban Kranclaco that the ship aalioro In
the Yankee Prince, with promise of a
rlrti unlvflRO. Two tuna succeed In pullltm
thn MttRRle Into. deep water, and she slips
lior tow linen and Rota away In the fog
Furious at tho deception practised on
Uiem, Captain HJckn and Flaherty, com
manding the two tugboats, ascertain the
Identity of the "Yankee Prince" and, fear
ing ridicule ahould tho facts become
known atonic the water front, determine
on personal vengennco. Their hostile
visit to tho MagRle results In Captain
BcraRRs promising to get a new boiler
and make needed repairs to Uie steamer.
A week had elapsed and nothing of
nn eventful nnturu had transpired to
disturb tho routine of life nbonrd tho
Maggie, until Bartholomew McGuffey,
having heard certain waterfront wills
pcrs, considered It the part of pru
dence to lay his 'Information before
Kcrnggs and Mr. O.lbney.
"Look here, Scraggs," he began
briskly. "It's nil line an' dandy to
promise me a new holler, but when do
I git itr
"Why, Jos' ns soon as wc can Ret
tliis glut o' freight behind us, Hart,
my hoy You've managed with the old
holler this Ions, ko It 'pears to me yon
might he patient an' hear with It n
mile longer, Hart."
"Oh, T nln't tryln' to he disagreeable.
Scrnggs, only It sort o' worries me to
have to go along without beln' nble to
use our whistle."
"We'll fix It when himlncss slacks
up," Scraggs decided with finality. lie
glanced nt his watch. "Sufferln'
sailor I" he cried to slmulnted dis
tress. "Here It's one o'clock an' I nln't
collected a dollar o' tho freight money
frojn the last voyage. I must beat It."
When Captain Scruggs hnd "beaten
It," Glhnoy nnd McGuffey exchanged
expressive glances. "lie's mnnln' out
on us," McGuffoy complained.
"Even so, Karl, even so. Therefore,
the thing for us to do Is to run out
on him. In other words, we'll work a
month, savo our money, an' then, with
out a word o' complaint or nrgyment,
we'll wnllc out."
"Oh. I ain't exactly, broke, Gib. I
Kot eighty-five dollars.','
"Then," quoth Glhney decisively,
"we'll ro on strike tonight. ScraRgsy'll
,ho Btuck In port a week before he can
get nnother engineer nn another nnvl
gatln' ofllcer, me nn' you beln' the
only two natural-horn fools In San
Francisco an' ports adjacent, an be
fore three days hnvo passed he'll be
huntln' us up to compromise."
"I don't want no compromise. 'What
I want la n new boiler."
"You'll Rlt It. We'll make him order
the paint an' the boiler an' pay for
both In advance before wc'U agree to
go bnck to work."
Tho engineer nodded his approval
and after Healing their pact with a
licarty handshake, they turned to and
commenced discharging the Maggie.
When Captain Scrnggs returned to
the little Hteamer shortly after five
o'clock, to his great amazement, be
discovered Mr. Glbncy nnd McGuffey
dressed In their other suits Including
celluloid collars nnd cuffs.
"The cargo's out, Scraggsy, my son,
the decks lias been washed down an'
everything In my department Is ship.
Minpc." Thus Mr. Glbncy. ,
"Likewise In mine," McGuffey
"Consequently," Mr. Glbncy con
cluded, "wo'ro qulttln' the Maggie an'
If It's all the samo to you we'U hnve
"My tlcnr Gib. Why, whatevcr's
como over you two boys?"
"Stow your chatter, Scrnggs. Shell
out the cash. Yeu've fooled us once
In tho mntter o that new boiler an'
the palntln', an' we're not goln' to
give you a second chnncc. Come
through or take tho consequences.
We'll sail no more with a liar an' a
"Them's hard words, Mr. Glbney."
"Die truth Is nUers bitter," McGuf
Captain Scraggs paused to consider
the eerlous predicament which con
fronted him. It was Saturday night.
He know Mr. McGuffey to be tho pos
sessor of moro money than usunl and
If he could assure himself that this
reserve should be dissipated before
Monday morning he was aware, from
experience, that the strike would be
broken by Tuesday at the latest. And
he could afford that delay. He re
solved, therefore, on diplomacy.
"Well, I'm sorry," ho answered with
every appeuranco of contrition. "You
fellers got me In tho nine-hole an' I
pa n't help myself. At tho same time.
I appreciate fully your p'lut of view,
while reallzln' that I can't convince
you o mine. So we won't hnve no
hard fceJIn's nt purtln', boys, an' to
show you I'm a sport I'll treat to a
French dinner nn' a motion picture
Rhow afterward. Further. I ahull re
gard a refusul of said Invite us a
"By golly, you're glttln' sporty In
your old age," the engineer declared.
"I'll go you, Scruggs. How about you,
"I accept with thanks, Scraggsy, old
tarpot. Personally, I maintain that
seamen should leavo their troubles
"That's the sperrlt I nppreclate,
boys. Come to the cubln nn' I'll pay
you off. Then wait a coupler min
utes till I shift Into my glad rags nn'
away we'll go, like Paddy Ford's gont
on our own hook,"
"Old Sorngg8y8 ns cunnln' as n pet
fox, ain't he?" the new nnvlgatlng olll
cor whispered as Scrnggs departed
for his other suit. "He's goln' to blow
himself on us tonight, thlnkln' to soften
our hnrd resolution. We'll fool him.
Take nil he gives us, but stuud put,
Bart nodded. Ills wns one of those
sturdy natures that could always be
depended upon to play the game, win,
lose or draw.
As n preliminary move, Captain
ScruRgs declnred In l'uvor of n couple
of cocktnlls to whet their appetites
for the French dinner, nnd according
ly the trio repaired to an adjacent
saloon and tucked three each under
their belts all nt Captain Scraggs'
expense. When he proposed n fourth.
Mr. Glhney's perfect sportsmnnshlp
caused him to protest, and reluctnntly
Captain Scraggs permitted Glbney to
buy. Scraggs decided to hnve u cigar,
however. Instead of another Martini.
The ethics of the situation then Indi
cated that McGuffey should "set 'em
nip," which he did over Captain
Scraggs' protest nnd again the wary
Scraggs called for a cigar, nlleglng n
an excuse for his wenkness that for
years three cocktails before dinner hnd
been his absolute limit. A fourth cock-
tall on an empty stomach, he declared,
would kill the evening for him.
But why descend to sordid nnd vul
gar details? Suffice that when the
artful Scrnggs, pretending to be over
come by his potations and very III Into
the bargain, hedged to le delivered
back aboard the Maggie, Messrs. Mc
Guffey nnd Glbney loaded him Into a
taxlcab nnd sent him there, while they
continued their search for excite
ment. Where and how they found
It' requires no elucidation here:
It Is st'fllclent to state that It was ex
pensive, for when men of the Glbney
and McGuffey type hnve once gotten a
fair stnrt naught but financial dissolu
tion can stop them.
On Monday morning, Messrs. Glb
ney nnd McGuffey awoke In Scab
Johnny's boarding house. Mr. Glbney
awoke first, by renson of the fact that
his stomach hammered nt the door of
his soul and hade him be up nnd do
ing. While his head ached slightly
from the fiery usquebaugh of the Bow
head Raloon, he craved a return to a
solid diet, so for sevornl minutes he
lay Biiplne, conjuring In his agile brain
ways and means of supplying this
need In the absence of ready cash.
"I'll have to hock my sextant,"
wns the conclusion nt which he pres
ently nrrlved. Ten minutes Inter he
took his sextant under his arm and de
parted for a pawnshop In lower Mar
ket street. From the pawnshop he re
turned to Scab Johnny's with eight
dollars In his pocket, routed out the
contrite McGuffey, and curried the lat
ter off to ham and eggs.
They felt better after brenkfast and
for the space of an hour lolled at the
talvle, discussing their adventures of
the post forty-eight hours. "Well,
there's one thing certain," McGuffey
concluded, "nn that thing Is sure n
cinch. Our strike has petered out.
Let's mosey along down to tho Mng
gle's dock nn' see how Scraggsy's get
Forthwith they set out to Interview
Captain Scrnggs. The owner of the
Maggie greeted them cheerily, but nft
er discussing generalities for half an
hour, Scruggs failed to make over
tures, whereupon Mr. Glbney an
nounced casually that he guessed ho
and Mac would be on their way.
"Same here, boys," Captain Scrnggs
piped breezily. "I got n new mate an'
a new engineer comln' nbonrd nt ten
o'clock an' we sail nt twelve."
"Well, we'll see you occasionally,"
Mr. Glbney said at parting.
"Oh, sure. Don't be strangers.
You're always welcome ubonrd the old
Maggie," came the careless rejoinder.
Somewhat crestfallen, the striking
pair repaired to the Bowhead saloon
to discuss the sltuntlon over n gloss of
beer. However, Mr. Glhney's spirits
never dropped below zero while ho
had one nickel to rub against another ;
hence such slight depression ns be
felt was due to n feeling that Cnptaln
Scruggs had basely swindled him and
McGuffey. He wns dlsnppolnted In
Scrnggs and said as much. "How
ever, Bart," ho concluded, "well
never say 'die' while our money holds
out, and In the menntlme our luck
may have changed. Lot's scatter
around and try to locate some kind of
a Job; then when them new employees
o' Scrnggsy quit or get fired whlch'll
be qfter nbout two voyages nn' the
old wait cornea nround uoldln' out the
olive branch o' pence, we'll give him
Three days of diligent search failed
to uncover the coveted Job for either,
however, and on the morning of the
fourth day Mr. Glbney announced that
It would bo necessary to "raise the
wind," If tho pair would breakfast.
They retired to the sidewalk to hold a
caucus and Mr. McGuffey located a
dime which hnd dropped down Inside
the lining of his coat. "Thut settles
It," aibney declared. "We've skipped
two meals but I'll be durned If wc
skip nnother. We'll ride out to the
San Mnteo county line on the trolley
with thut dime nn' then hoof It over
the hills to Hnlfmoon bny. Scraggs
won't git away from the dock here un
til ufter twelve o'clock, so we know
he'll lie nt Ualfmoon bay all night. If
we start now we'll connect with him
lu time for snpper. Eh, Bart?"
"A twenty-mile hike on a tee-totnlly
empty stomach, with n battle royal on
our hands the minute wo arrive, weak
an' dcstltoote, ain't quite my Idea o'
enjoyment, Gib, but I'll go you if It
kills me. Lot's up hook nn' away. I'm
for glttln' back to work nn' uslu'
moral persuasion to git that new
They took a bitch In their belts and
started. From the point nt which they
left the trolley to their Journey's end
was n stiff six-hour Jaunt, up hill and
down dale, and long before the march
wns half completed the unaccustomed
exorcise hnd developed sundry galls
und blisters on the Glbney heels, while
the soles of poor McGuffey's feet were
so hot he voiced the apprehension that
they might burn to n crisp at any mo
ment nnd drop off by tho wnyslde.
The crew of the Maggie had ceased
working cargo for the day and Cap
tain Scraggs was. busy cooking supper
In the galley when the two prodigals,
exhausted, crippled nnd repentant,
came to the door and coughed propi
tiously, but Captain Scrnggs pretended
not to hear, and went ob with' his task
of turning fried eggs with an artistic
lllp of the frying pan. So Mr. Glb
ney spoke, struggling bravely to ap
pear nonchnlnnt With his eyes on
the fried eggs and his mouth threaten
ing to slnver at the glorious sight, he
"Hello, there, Scraggsy, old tarpot.
How goes It with the owner o' tho fast
an' commodious stenmer Mnggle? Git
that consignment o' post-holes aboard
Sir. Glhney's honest face beamed ex
pectantly, for be was particularly par
tial to fried eggs. As for his com
panion In distress, nnythlng edible and
which would serve to nullify the gnuw
'ng nt his lnteninl economy would be
welcome. Inasmuch as Captain
Scraggs did not readily reply to Mr.
Glhney's snlutntlon. McGuffey decided
to be more emphatic and to the point,
nlbelt In a Joking way.
"Hurry up with them eggs, Scrnggs,"
he rumbled. "Me an' Gib's walked
down from the city an' we're hungry.
r - dim
mv wvwu-rx js m i i zrytmMTrn 1 v
ll'fMufl Huijl VTl ti'Uut) I
Will Unlit flTflVVi vlk IsBtWl I
Mr. McGuffey Located a Dime Which
Had Dropped Down Inside the Lin
ing of Hla Coat.
Jiuvn D. Rockerfcller'd give n million
dollars for my appetite. Fry mine
hard, Scrnggsy. I want sometln'
"Get off my ship, you murderln' pi
rates," Scraggs screamed.
"Not till we've et," the practlcal-
m I tided engineer retorted. "Even then
wo won't get off. Me an' Gib nln't
got uny feet left, Scrnggs. If we nnd
to walk another step we'd bo crippled
for life. Fry my eggs hnrd, 1 tell
"This Is piracy, men. It's robbery
on tho high bcus, an' I can put you
over tho rond for It," Scraggs warned
them. "Whnfa more, Til do It"
"Tho eggs, Scraggsy," bootucd Mr.
Glbney, "the eggs."
Half an hour later, as the pirates,
replcto with provender, sat dangling
their damaged underpinning over the
stern railing where the gentle wave
lets lnved and cooled them, Captain
Scraggs, nccompanled by the new nuvl
gatlng ofllcer, the new engineer, nnd
Tho Squarehead, enmo aft. The crip
ples looked up, surveyed their succes
sors in ofllec, and found the sight far
"I've alreudy ordered you two
tramps off'n my ship," Scraggs begau
formally, "nn' I hereby, In tho pres
ence o' reliable witnesses, repeuts the
Invitation. You nln't wanted; your
room's preferred to your comp'ny, uu'
by stuyln' a minute longer, in defiance
o' my orders, you're Inyln' yourselves
liable to a charge o piracy."
Mr. Glbney carefully laid his pipe
usidc and stood up. He was quite an
imposing spectacle In his bare feet,
with his trousers rolled up to his great
knees, thereby revealing his scarlet
llaimel undcrdrnwers. With u stilled
groan, McGuffey rose und stood beside
his partner, nnd Mr. Glbney spoke:
"Scrnggs, be reasonable. We alu't
Inokln' for trouble; not because we
don't relish It, for we do where n
couple o' scabs Is concerned, but for
the simple reason that we ain't In the
best o condition to receive It. al
though If you force It on us we'll do
our best. If you chuck us off the Mag
gie an force us to walk back to Snn
Francisco, we're goln' to be reported
ns mlssln'. Honest, now, Scraggsy,
old side-winder, you ain't goln' to
mnroon us here, nlono with the vege
tables, arc you?"
"You done me dirt. You quit me
cold. Git out. '''' can play at u
dirty game an' .. dog must hnve
his day. This Is my day, Gib. Sent!"
"Pers'nnlly," McGuffey announced
quietly, "I prefer to die aboard the
Mnggle, If I hn to. This ain't raov
In' day with B. McGufTey, Esquire."
"Them's my sentiments, too,
"Then defend yourselves. Come on,
lads. Bear a baud nn' we'll bounce
these muckers ovcrbonrd." The
Squarehead hung buck, having no in
tention of waging war upon his late
comrades, but the engineer and the
new navigating ofllcer stepped briskly
forward, for they were about to 'fight
for their Jobs. Mr. Glbney halted the
advance by lifting both great hands
In n deprecntory manner.
"For heaven's sake, Scraggsy, have
n heart. Don't force us to murder
you. If we're peaceable, what's to
prevent you from glvln' us n passage
bnck to San Francisco, where we're
known nn' where we'll huve at least
n flghtln' chance to git somethln' to
"You know mighty well what's to
prevent me, Gib. I ain't got no pas
senger license, an' I'll be keel-hauled
an' skull-dragged If I fall for your
cute little game, my son. I nln't lnylu'
myself liable to a line from the Inspec
tors nn' mnybe have my ticket book
took away to boot."
"Enough of this gab," Mr. Glbney
roared. "My patience Is exhausted.
I'm dog-tired an' I'm goln' to have
peace If I have to fight for It. Me an'
Bart stays aboard the steamer Maggie
until she geLs back to Frisco town of
until we're hove overboard lu the In
terim by the weight of numbers. An'
If nuy man, or bet o' male bipeds that
calls thclrselves men, Is so foolish as
to try to evict us from this packet,
then nil I got to say Is that they're
trlllln' with death. I got my arms left,
even if my feet Is on the fritz,
Scrnggs," he continued, "an' If you
stnrt nnythlng I'll hug you an' your
crew to death. I'm a rlp-ronrln' griz
zly bear oncu I'm started un' there's
such a thing as drlvln' a man to des
peration." The bluff worked! Cnptnln Scraggs
turned to his retainers and with a
condescending nnd paternal smile,
Mild: "Boys, let's give the dumb
fools their own way. If they insist
upon tukln' forcible possession o' my
ship on the high seus, there's only one
name for the crime nn' that's piracy,
punishable by hnngln' from the yard-
arm, we u just iei em suiy uuimru
an' turn 'em over to the police when
we git back to the city."
lie started for hs cabin and the
new, vastly relieved, followed him.
The pirates w.ce more sat down nnd
permitted their hot feet to loll over
board. About ten o'clock next morning the
little vessel completed taking on her
cargo, the lines were cast off, and tho
homeward MiyfiRO was begun. Messrs.
Glbney nnd McGuffey were seated on
the stern bltts ns tho Maggie came
abrenst the Point Montnrn fog signnl
station, when Mr. Glbney observed a
long telescope poking out tho side win
dow of the pilot house, and following
the direction In which the telescope
was pointing he mnde out n largo bark
standing In dnngerously close to tho
bench. In fact, tho breakers were turn
bl)ng In n long white streak over tho
reefs less than a quarter of a mile
In an Instnnt all wns excitement
nboard the Maggie. "That looks llko
mi elegant little pick-up. She's plumb
gating ofllcer. "I don't see any distress
signals flylu' an' yet she's got nn
anchor out while her canvas Is hangln'
"If she hnd nny hands nbonrd, you'd
think they'd liuvq sense enough to
clew up her courses," the mate an
swered. At this Juncture, Mr. Glbncy nnd
Mcauffcy, unable to restrain their cu
riosity, und forgetful of the fact that
they were pirates with very sore fet.
came running over the dcckload nnd
Invaded the pilot house. "Gimme that
gluss, you sock-eyed salmon, you," Glb
ney ordered Scrnggs, and tore the tcle
srope from tho owner's hands.
"Hum-in in ! Amcrlcau bark Chesa
peake. Starboard anchor out; yards
braced n-box; royal nn' to'-gallnn'-s'ls
clewed up; courses hnngln' In the
huntllncs nn' clow gnrnets, Stnrs-an'-Strlpes
He lowered the glnss and roared nt
Nells Hnlvoisen, who wns nt the
wheel, "Sturbnard your helm, Square-
You and Your
head. Don't be afraid of her. We're
goln' over there an' hook on to her.
I should say she Is a pick-up !"
Mr. Glbuey had abdicated us n pi
rate and assumed command of the S.
S. Maggie. With tho memory of n
scant breakfast upon him, however,
Captain Scraggs was still harsh and
"Git out o' my pilot house an aft
where the police can find you when
they como looklu' for you," he
screeched. "Don't you give no orders
to my deckhand."
"Stow it, you uss. Yondcr's a prize,
but It'll require Imagination to win It;
consequently you need Adelbert P.
Glbney In your business, If you're con
tcmplatln' hookln' on to that bark,
snakln' her Into San Francisco bny, an'
llbelln' her for ten thousand dollnrs'
salvage. You nn' Mac an' The Square
head hero 'have sailed this strip o'
coast too long together to qunrrcl over
the first good piece o' salvage we ever
run Into. Come, Scraggsy. Be decent,
forget the past, an' let'B dig In to
getlier." The new nnvlgatlng ofllcer drew
.Captain Scrnggs aside nnd whispered
In his enr: "Make It up with these
Smart Alecks, Scraggs. They got it on
us, but If we can send you an Hnl
vorsen, McGuffey nnd Glbney over
to the bark, you can get some sail on
her an' what with the wind helpln'
us along, the Maggie can tow her all
Mr. Glbncy saw by the hopeful, even
cunning, look that leaped to Scraggs'
eyes that the problem was about to bo
solved without recourse to the Glbney
Imagination, so he resolved to be alert
and not permit himself to be caught
out on the end of n limb. "Well
Scraggsy?" he demanded.
"I guess I need you In my business,
Gib. You're right nn I'm. nlways
wrong. It's n fnct. I ain't got nc
more Imagination than a chicken."
"?v-43& VIC YVfcHS
i - snn .. i
"My imagination's bettor'n
my reputation, Scraggy, nn' I
ain't working for nothin'l"
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