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Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright, 1920, by Jance Morgan.)
THE STRENUOUS LIFE
1858-Oct. 27, Theodore Roose
velt born in Now York
1880--Graduated from Harvard.
1882-4-Member of Now York
1884-6-A ranchman at Medora,
1889-95-Mcmber of national civil
1895-7-Member of New York po
1897-8--Asistant Secretary of
1898-Colonel of the Rough
Riders in Cuba.
1899-1900 -- Governor of New
1900-Elocted Vice President.
1901-Sept. 14 took the oath In
Buffalo as the twenty-fifth
president, aged forty-two.
1904-November, elected presi
r i I Et!)014 RtOOSEVEILP was ite
moswA pioplla (if -IIlI our presi
dents. With tihe xceptioni of Linicol,
II,, w2as the I raciest, tli liost interest
ini character 'lm we have had] In
Yet h' was horn apairt frti the nil
titlmbla' wh1411m be lod !1i1t1Ia' ih t liave
callv d M itdr to hItII Il a'i sss
Wo hi 11 ai e liltlryien but1 aor (Ioe i thing:
I ,111 : 111n 1 thev heali t h 4 to enj 1th
Ilfe (1f 1,aso which opened'l to him) at h
hirIh. UIs11 evelt 1:1rt ia Ia ti:Iht for his
very batro:h inl h6 is'aspilig, asthilitle
Fililly he took nI post -graduate
course inl physilI cultu1re in the wild
West, wh e the "i'our-eyedi t(enlerfoot"
had to fight the batle of' his youth 111
Roosevei ( -cu v l l an
na-r. :. i:, ini a 'r a Wa wor1, with
t 11.1 f tru V h; ali', ti oth i nl' plit
(11n21 leaoh- ri in tiaia ra ii i i i i a
dta.l, inilatat 5'n iirs dEa [:11 a.-'. otil paol
r'ealliin i his idr-:nlismo :21 iiimade'
the n:ia'mrije raifo'rmaer laveri inito theiC
laigr had1 In t he'i.i ';sltanay.
THe deldedIIaI the out'lalset to ne1 in
each otliet' as If' it was to ibe the last
15 year~'s aifer h' lefti thie legislture,
Statfe (at New'~i York'. Foar ai ilong t'
Ira wi.as "shlved"l'l' on, thea 'ivail servic'e
cammiitssion at Wasingtonill, utili a ra'
faarni niayo ar of Newv i 2rk lapoainted
himi on thIea four-hleaded'a tatiCa coranm~iis
sionl ;hut It was son Sgil'-he'ladedl so)
tflr 11s th uile c (ubal seae, and itIm11t
han wa11~~;s full of teeth faor 1polle1 gr'aft -
t'rs 121 ai(1lawbreakerPs. At tilrty3-Pighlt
th ml' iost lhe coul d ask of t hae Repuba
lill po~llielanls, wvith any hodpe oaf get
ting it, was the assistant secre'taryshlip
sighed wIth relIe~f wvhien at last lhe went
off to lead hits Rough Rtiders.
In flye months he was back from
Cuba In the far more troublesome role
of ai popular hero. The0 Newv York ma
ChIne was in such sore need of a good
name to pull1 it through the pending
cinetton that It met him at the wharf
and humbly laid at his feet the Repub
tlii no'mination for governor, flut in
the goaverniorship, he realized the worst
fears of Boss liat~t that he harb rored,
as thai hoss naively wrote him, "a~l
01us altruIstie ideas," and that he was
"a little loose on the relatIons of capi
tal and lab)or, on trusts and1( combrina
tions and . . . the right of a man
to run his own business In his own
The~a only thing to (10 wIth this wild
engine was to turn the swait(ch antd
shunt it on to the sIde track of the
vilee presidaency. Roosevelt loudly pro
tested that he wvanted1 to be re-elected
governor. And wvhlle Platt wvas tryr~g
to push1 hIm on to the nationet ticket,
MCJ(Inley nnd flanna Just ns earnestly
trIed to pushi him back on to Platt.
The Itepublicnn national cont ent Ion
-one 'j;g and roared hbt; nomination,
'ng~n him, in spite of ims('4f, upon
on Ha tite tha le fmrtwe
-Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright. 1920. by Janes Morgan,)
THE DIG STICK
1903--February 6, Roosevelt in
duced Great Britain and
Germany to arbitrate with
Venezuela. November, the
1905--May 12, brought Russia
and Japan t' agree to dis
cuss peace. August 29,
the peace of Portsmouth.
1906-Roosevelt awarded the
Nobel peace prize.
1918-January 6, death of Theo.
dore Roosevelt, aged sixty.
A T the crackling of a twig in the
still delths of the Adirondack
iountans Roosevelt turned to see a
guide coming out of the woods with
the unexpected news that McKinley's
condition wis worse. Although lie
hastened to Buffalo, the president iad]
died 13 hours before the vice president
At the outset of Roosevelt's ad
1nistrat'nl at fearful eltizo/en bekved
t1 rou1h idr not to perimilt his fight
ing spirIt to itluntige thev Country 4ito an
linternational war. "What !" the pres
Wdent exhaimned. "A war, and I eoope~d
Ip Ihre iII the Whilte louse? Never!"
Many forgot Ihe first hl1f of the
obl m11t0to 1:hat floosevlt inuule IsI, own).
"Speak so tlmd 1ary1 big stick."
No inan ever li:i. a simpler faith iII
Ohe vli(ncy' of fi-rt "talking it over,"
111:1n fa ioni. with an ad(4versIry,
whtI sviultor, or 11n a111massador.
Th'le nneldd lo' G ermn kaiser .was
1le (ariest to feel Ith. "bIg stilek" to
see If It was only stuffod with straw.
iiiiiny and a Tory goveriiment of
l'In.laid were oil Ot point of seizing
territory as a security for some clalins
Ed ith carow Rocsevelt.
a11lal.1t Ve' i!(uiean lii;, when~:
iii useveltisu, hit woiint id .u iii i.:g
huu!i frmi such a tee. buti he fion
liiit t' nihe (ljiln :eil th iiier
(;'iian ugis ir that ur 1( la- arlini
in ten da.'-y, he wo(ul seil: Ahoirs
iin' i Venuuizuea Tha e ia' lissa
iiro'.lig iiioni tghatkaiserto co not
iitek d nowii, ioosvelt reill that
htie ali not arluin t un( I bt'was
hslyting im ha oet oh teppen.
lif iti ewi t n th wo wii t hou''t5
anwit r fra ('i rin, hle tiild ah uln-l
hiratsas thath as Ien wol cu the
lin together taosqunivehat unegh
horman Atared in -tehored to arbl-o
coreeatIe wIouldsaol. aint itus
will sambad owrd camebace oft r aon
mesageon annouingatht rmssany eclar
in thaohi tee rst hntiered
ota tzunc'thtnete of thiqe position
befored th world timbent andta "tendr
rthe Atuiso-Janpnesient-Iu' Srewdlys
choosin cth~e ofgh lomnge nf sereen,
ine appae toon the twon hlligerents
wItad commo statns an ate bipl
dtirctess th aorinygra war tseat
bringkn otognethe rodo iutsn nswgh
hors.an Atrahe eteredf the peaceo
wflamaily ioArica pec of renon
"but tht hos"sel ofist hamm-erpedn
tr agratyitn tat neitherofth oerel
wantred ats t~A ice andthata "the oer
rile Amer. ehi prident- i Streutso
-as i capabe aslckn h conflieees
into ale roosevndtarvngwthe..
s'tlek!1ope the onary gratrwar that
broe t marr th prind ofd Isway
aWhie heldooseveits Eit en
I ats, tho ht s was n eur -
"bu th oe fasl-rsetn
ALWAYS AT WORK
Man's Network of Brains Never
Really at Rest.
Every Action of the Body Controlled
by Thousands of Nerves of Which
Few Persons Have Any Ade
It is only withtn recent times that
the brain has been recognized as a
thinking organ, the nelents having lo
ented the thinker in the liver.
But even in the gooi old days there
were pliyslologists wlio regarded the
kiineys as the real seat of the mind.
ERvn nowadays we speak of a person
as heing "of the same kidney" an
We spenik of a covard as a "Vhite
livered" Indl iv Idlua1l. An i ill-teipired
1person we 'till 1splenetle " becnuse in
erlier days tie emotion of anger was
sujpposed to he engeialered In tiel
wileen. indeed, the word spleen is in
our language a synonym for ingry ir
It was formerly inungineel that the
etl 'emotion , were enmendere(d ii Iie
1-:r.ip Oh n cons"iderable14 extent.Tnt
ill t' 11c 4 (ofe it. ht:
we44'irnk of' a "kirnl-lmii"d' 14n-rson
or f n"loingheat." Theo hwvr
-nlis his lady fa'r h 1 w1:4 oln rt.
To 1rfer to the *wnro : t < ~rt
\ 141 1 1amt o two in it fi' : I4 s :
n his :14 t senllt an'4'r e '::1-; : i t -r.
it ' : :i:4l. i * 4 4 4~ . t t I.
n les it flttie; fr!1::I4 w'.ilt ':(nse
tfr 44 momen' t or' two( to. 4og ben4'
i b:V1eenu'. thero is n th' h' 1r
hra ins. hoing mainly- vm1s( l of' the
sfi41ne sort of gray 14i4ter that ;o-s to
mi)iake uip the ceribral cortex. Ad1inag
as it grotip, it is 1t i 141b inIlless to
cnitrol the rhylhmie puls:ti1ons of the
These littlo brhins, strung like heads
along the sympathetle nerve, are dis
tributed through the body. One finds
the biggest hunch of them in a com
plex interplacement of nerves behind
the stomach. This is the "solar pilex
us" we have heard so nmch nhout.
It is, of course, a highly sensitive piece
of apparntis, so much so that a
hnpl blow in the stomach may kill n
You havo probabl.y noticed that keen
anxiety will give you 1anl untcoifort
ahle and even' sickish feeling in the
region of the stomaeh. The solar
plexus Is responsible.
It Is perfectly trte that some of
your thinking Is done for yout by your
liver, your heart, your kidneys nnd
other parts of our body. Ninety-nine
per cenit of tihe thiniigs you to are done
autoimitien1c ll'y 11111 l iho t conlselousi
effritlit of, Ihe i11nl. Th' thousitid4
of little braints diIiist'5hutl throughmti
your. hinly are lit work inl.pingx. They
knowm thel.ir busineiss bett 1r th ily l
InOW it. Tiry' it fix Vou' 1101.. fiio th1
y3 r of yt iir 1 url[-i- 1-11:1 sef:14 I e .44441
you 1 i l tI liar yi our 4 doi
it 114 'i4 111m41wh .(r eluiV v thant4: It' you
Teach With R1uhber GtimprS.
ti: ite St1mp11 4 f 'l4, I n Ilu - unt r llt
1Fre;!i goit' )1 4int' t ' the people'.' iby
l'ay iofi tet rublo-r4 star tinir'l4 enneeb
11h4 pi ngoUtr. 8t'i' it s''4im4s tO bt'
pule t't('4n-nt4ry' ruiies lit the us'e ttf
41h4 mlili, 44ne( diteldest Ithat therie( 11nust
hte n4 intew 4'in4s' wr'iin g letters. Cian it
A'ustra4ihini, tHrttish, Italian1 and4( Ini
'The use of1 th~e stamp inl thIs fashion
extinp tllit's how ('harn:Ie'tit ily ev
ery nation41 d1evel'op~s 4avatIi~l'ilal 4441'
luitie hs. Germiianyi, be(forIe the warli,
AIIneri4enns tuirn it into) a m4oney'-tnik
lag schem'Ite, for 1 Bumrleson, yiebitin g to
edt t he (1ance'4llation(4 statui to carriy ad-'
Ivertiemnts of (1 Litber'ty loans, the near
Eaist i'elle4f 4and4 many 13 othter patr1io(tic
an14 dl hiltropc (causies. And44 now'
thie Frech4't w~ito a message ini acordi'(
anlce' wtith the pu4rest bur (eaucrat ic
trait ion.-Indianapol is News.
A huge voilcinmounitain wvith its
base5 al tnost onl the equailtor' antd its
summiit high in thie regions of snow
is giv'ing its natmie to) the niew British
colony which has hitherto been a pro
teetorate, uinder the title of Hrltish
The new name assignedt to the for
mver Gherman East Africa is atso taken
from the cief nttiral feature of the
counltry, the great litte which was the
goal of the nneient Arnh highway
from the coast, and1( which is now
reachedl by tthe central railway anod
is known as Tanganyika Territory
from the take of that name. I is
hoped that Uganda, Kenyni andi Tan
gaiiyika will co-operate in4 opening the
vast portion of tropicnt Africa which
is comprised in these thi'ee countries.
States With Record Crops.
According to the latest nain~ilie fig
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the winter wheat cr'op, North Dakota,
Minnesotal andi South D~akota nearly
tiree-fifths of the spring wheat nnd
seven-eighiths of the anUxseed ; Pennyl.
vanin and New York nearly two
thirds of the buckwheat, Louisiana
about one-half of the lece, and that
state, California andI T1egns nearly
seven-eighths. Tobacco is highly con
centr'ated in Kentigeky andi North Car
ohina, from which/ more than one-balf
ofth crqpn eama.
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