National Affairs: Home Is the Sailor

A problem no longer to Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, the German Navy, and Russian and Norwegian authorities, the freighter City of Flint was safe home in Baltimore at week's end. With three months' pay and a bonus in their shoregoing pants, safe were her seamen in "Mae's Tavern," "Joe's Place" and the "Jolly Spot." Home was the sailor, with yarns to tell.

They told them: how they had once wanted to attack the German prize crew which boarded their ship and forced them to sail her north to Murmansk; how Captain Joseph A. Gainard, lean,...

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