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Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By 'JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright, 1920, by James Morgan)
CLEVELAND CAME BACK
1893---March 4, Grover Cleve
land inaugurated a second
time, aged fifty-five.
May, a great panic began.
July 1, Cleveland went
under surgical operation
Oct. 30, The Silver act re
1894-July 4, Cleveland sent
troops to Chicago to inter
vene in railroad strike.
Aug. 27, the Wilson-Gor.
man tariff became law
without president's signa
1895-Feb. 7, Cleveland made
arrangement with J. P.
Morgan and others for
protection of gold reserve.
Dcc. 17, sent in his Ven
1908-June 24, Cleveland died
at Princeton, N. J.,
G ROVER CLEVELAND had no
more than left the presillency in
defeat and settled dowin to the jprac
tice of law in New York City than it
was seeni that Ie was still ailuinoS't as
muc(h tile leader of the Democratic
party as when he was in the White
In the four years of his retirement,
lie seldon saw party leaders. Yet so
strong was the reaction against the
Republienns a:n(d so loud the call for
hini in 1892 that he returned In tri
umph to the White House.
One of the periodical panics of the
19th century smote the country with a
financial and industrial paralysis in
1893, only two months after the in
auguration. As usual, the party in
power caught the blane, and (lay after
(lay a leading Republican newspaper
shouted in gleeful headlines: "Another
bank gone DemocraticI"
As the first means of restoring con
fidence, Cleveland called a special ses
8101n of congress for the purpose of
having it repeal the Silver act of the
llarrison admiiinistraitlon. Thie next (lay
lie suibiitted himself to the surgeon's
knife for tI.e' removal of a cancerous
ulce~r which had appieared in the roof
of his mouth. Ills grave physical con
dition was concealed from the panicky
mind of the public, andl the operation
was performed in the close'st ~secrecy
aboard a yacht as it steamed slowly up
the East Rtiver, off Newv York. Not un
til miaiy years had passed was it
knognr that whenu congress assembhledI
he faced it with a rubber jaw.
Under the pressure of the p~residenlt,
the Silver act wvas repealed, hut only
after a bitter struggle wvhich left the
Democratic party hopelessly split. The
passage of a t~ariff bill divided the par
ty still more. It walS such a lobby
madle, log-rolling measure that Cleve
land refused to sign it. but let it be
come law without his signature. After
that the Democrats went down in de
feat in the congressional elections of
In the depth of our domestic
troubles the president sent his famous
Venezuelan message to congress. In
it he announced that the Biritish gov
ernment had rejected all our appeals
for the arbitration of a land dispute
which it was pressing in South Amnef
ica, and he boldly proposed that we
ourselves should dCicle the quiestitra
and then proceed to enforce our do
Stocks tumbled headlong in Lon
(Ion andl New York, andl there was
much wild talk on both sideCs of the
Atlantic. But the president confidently
renssured his troubled private secre
tary, "TIhurbe'r, this does not mean
wvan; it means arbitration." Aid that
was the outcome of all the hubbub.
Cleveland's outburst of plain speaking
had the e-ffect of a wakening the Eng
lish people, as never before, to the val
uie of American friendship, and it
openedC~ a new era in the relations of
the two governments.
Clev'eland'"' hiirdest, longest battle in
his second n Inministra-tion wias for the
gold standamrd. Al most alone lie upheld
it through four years, albanidoned b~y
motst of' the- iemnocratis anualdedih( bry
the &>d.. Itepubiilean s 1in congress, wh-lo
were afraid of "hurtinig the party"
with ie silver people,
Meteor Shower to Mark
Earth's Raoe With Comet
Berkeley, Cal.-For a month
this sutimmer the earth will en
gage in a race with the periodic
comnet Pone-Winnecke, and be..
cause It will have no chance to
win It wilt endeavor, through
astral I ilueinces, to "ti1) up" its
gaseou; rival, accorling to a re
port inade public by the observa
tory of the University of Califor
On June 27 the comet will flip
its tall so hard againA.t its ter
res'rial rival that the impact
wilt send out sparks. These will
go down into the records as a
At the greatest brilliancy ob
servable from the earth the
comet will be of the eighth or
ninth magnitude. Nothing great
er than the sixth magnitude can
be observed by the naked eye,
so thet- world at large will see
nothing of the visitor except at
the tail-flipping episode on
PAYS $18.50, GETS SLIPPER
Sailor Is "Stung" at Auction Sale
Held by Shipping Officials in
New York.-When last seen, Jack
Donovan, a seaman who wears No.
12 brogans, was streaking out of the
barge office in search of a cop who
could tiy bui off to a place where a
disgr;.;ntled chap might "111y a few."
For John just before had placed
$18.50 in the hands of United States
Shipping Coiminissioner Quinn in ex
change for a trunk auctioned off
"sight unseen." The trunk looked
slick and heavy and worth the price,
all Jack could assemble. It proved
to contain a gold-threaded Chinese
It was the annual sale of effects of
seamen who deserted thoir craft or
who died at sea and whose relatives
have not been found. A total of $3,000
The highest prie for an arilcle was
$51.50 for a gold tch. A glass eye
brought $1.50. It was bought blindl
so to speak, in a package that was
not unwrapped until the buyer, own
ing two good optics, had paid his
money. lie contributed his purchase
to the waves off Battery park.
HIGH HEELS EFFECTIVE
Onie wayt) or dIiv~erting (lne atten&Ition
of the p)urse-snatcher la to stamp emt
phatically o'n his instep with high
heels. The thug usutally leaves his
feet exposed, according to experts, andI
they prove an unusually vulnerable
BERLIN PLOTTERS TO PRISON
Eleven Reds Nabbed in Blast Attempt.
Given Long Terms of
Berlin--Eleven communists, con
victed of having made the recent
attempt to blow up the victory
monument in the Koenigsplatz, were
sentenced to long terms of Imprison
ment in the penitentiary.
The evidence implicated IHoeiez, one
of the alleged leaders of the communist
uprising in middle Germany who was
arrested in Blerlin April 15, and now
is locked uip in the Moabit jail in this
city. The attempt to blo0w up the
victory momunent was frustrated by
the ptolice, who discovered a box con
taining four potunds of dynamite and(
other explosives some distance up the
nmonumlent and tore away a lighted
fuse leading to the box.
Herr Talnheimer, editor of the Rtote
Fiahine (red flag) the organ of the
commnunists, has heeni placed under
Jail for L-ife Saving.
Omaha, Neb.-Xaving a imn from
death in a water-tilled hole beneath a
bturning shanty at the Iletz cdub here
the other day may I'esult in a pisoni
term for C. M. Wallace, who was ar
rested by the po01l(ce, chaiirged with au
tomohilie theft after they had read of
lia heroic dieed in the papers. Watl.
lace ecaptledl the police recently3 andI
hatd been in hidinmg. WVhen sutmmonrned
by t he screamis of n wvomain citnIling
for !'''n 'from' a mtanhole he rana to tihe
seie. Two hours later lie was It
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