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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Saturday Morning. December 11,1 920
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"EUREKA ! I'VE FOUND IT
A M ERICA'S oldest living inventor celebrates his 92nd birthday. He has
a good old-time Yankee name Eliphalet Remington. Hunters know the
Remington rifle. Stenographers kno w the Remington typewriter.
"Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations." " That's a common
saying. It goes with the mistaken irtea that the child of brilliant parents
is necessarily mediocre.
Not so with the Remingtons. For three generations their fanijly has
produced brilliant inventors. The flame of genius, handed down from father
to son and on to grandson, showed $Xs first spark in 1810 when a Remington
youth, having set his heart on a rifle and being denied money to buy one.
went into his father's blacksmith shop and made his own the first Rem
That boy's descendants have made the Remington name known all over
the- earth. They have invented rifles, typewriters, farm implements, veloci
pedes, bicycles, automobiles, sowing machine's and recently, phonograph
Rem'ngton is only one of tens of thousands of American names that
have made "Yankee ingenuity" an international phrase.
The Sc-yntfie American credits Yankee ingenuity with creating six of
the worlds 10 greatest inv-entlons of the last quarter century. The six are
the airplane, electric furnace, moving picture induction motor, linctyps and
electric wtlding. The other four are the Italian wireless, the Pritlsh steam
turbine and cyanide process, and the automobile which originated in France
Be proud of Yankee ingenuity and prouder still that it is always
ahead of the times. Thre was Nathaniel Briggs of New Hampshire, who
took out the first American patent for a washing machine in 1797 and James
C. McLean of New Jersey, who patented the first American piano In 17!6.
Today there at American inventors thinking in terms of the year 2000.
ABOUT A POEM
TTNHKHALDED and unsung there sleeps in Trinity Cemetery, Netf York
C'ty. Clement Clarke Moore", American pott.
Perhaps one doesn't rl member Moore as he d(, h r ,.,. :i.,.
AVeli, one ought. Tor as the Christmas
v., .m,-, , oe reaenmg the . ctiildren. or repeating to ttum in
the quiet of tlji evening v. poeta that Moore wrote nearly a hundred years
1 It Is "A VIr.it f-om St. Nicholas," hut i. is much better known bv its
othor lu!f.. -T. U,e Ni,ht Before Christmas." Remember it now' Cer
tainly. "Twas the nisht before Christmas and all through the house not
a crepu-v was stirring, net even a mouse." Wonderful. Imaginative story
Moo-e wrote this fanciful tale in 1S22 for the pleasure of. his children.
A yepr l?ter the words were published anonvmouslv and -m,r.f .
tho". knowledge. Moo-e lived a long
" un.ijiim mine, one m-gnt say. as did these stanzas
Phoot Dunder and Blix-n. St. Nick Pnd his tiny reindeer who raced o'er the
housetops only stopping when St. Nick rehied ap to hasten down a chim
ney where good little boys or girls had hung up their stockings.
Will ever there be written a tale closer to little children at Christmas
time than that of Moorfe?
HANDLE WITH CARE
NE of the most fragile, and at the
fble, pifcr-s of baggage forming the
in life is his consciencK The average man hates, despises and mistrusts
that little bundle of "inwit," as the Saxons called it, worse than he does
the income tax. and for about the same reasons.
He is never free from suspicions of ulferior motives on its part when
he hears the clamor of the small voice never still, and is prone to accuse
it of hypocrisy, deep and shameless, or a guilefessncss that would subject
him bootlessly to the kicks and buffets of life.
Introspection is the most dangerous weapon a man can use against his
conscience. Something like looking at your profile in tbf glass. When it
is intact you see it only in a strained and hazy way. Turn upon it and it.
Never drive a bargain with your conscience; it is more exacting than a
Roman god. in this respect, and will be insisting on jots and titles and dis
covering jokers in your contract till the judgment day.
' Above all. never sit upon your conscience rememlier the story' of the
negro fireman in tbf early forties, who, disliking the sound of steam blow
ing off, sat upon the safety valve. '
THE BARBER POLE
Q LOWLY the barber pole, "signe of ye shaving shop," is disappearing.
Before it goes, let's learn how it originated. It fs an eld business bar
bering. Ezekiel, who wrote one of tho prophetical books of the Old Testa
ment, speaks of it. The barber was an institution of note in the days of
ancient Greece. He flourished mightily in the middle ages in Europe.
And he encroacited a bit both on the surgeon and the dentist. That
caused a strife that did not end until the French revolution. Until then
the barber "let blood" and drew teeth. From that practice came his sign,
intended to i the public know that the artist could "breathe a -cin" as
well as shave a beard.
The spiral ribbons of the barber pole were used to indicate the band
ages used before and after letting blood. And years and years ago the ball
on the top of the polo was a copper basin with a gap on one Hide. That
was placed about the customer's neck while being lathered to sav his
clothes from being solied.
The basin is extinct, the blood letting over, and barber poles them
:Mves are not so prominent a once they were. But who will say that the
barber's sign doesn't stick out like a drug store on a wet and stormy night?
POLITENESS IN MEN
QLD folks sigh for the polite men of yesterday. They were gallants, it
srns Chesterfields of manner from whom the rude fellows of our
day could learn a lot. as we have been told. Their chivalry was perfect
and. according to report, never did one of these old-timers permit himself
to sit when in a crowd, so long as thj-rc was one woman standing.
But it is time to reveal certain farts, in the glaring light of which tho
average, everyday modern f.llow, concealed behind his newspaper on a
crowded st et car. appear by comparison, a knight of chivalry.
Hie manner.; of the old timers hi.-- contemporai )es are expose! bv no
less an authority than ( h;ni. s L.imli. celebrated English ossaist, who l-vtd
loathe nihi'lh' of ! nineteenth cetnury. In his e.-uy on "Modern dallau-'
try." he tells ol of:-n .seeing -'women standing up in the of a ! union
theatre, tjfl .-irk and i.iinr with evV'ion. with men about them, scaled at;
ease and g-jering at tiieir distress."
Consider now- the gallantry of the modern man.
He may hold on to a seat in a street car. but be doesn't jeer at the
vioman stunning in the aisle, as did
be is rather ash;;nied of himself to
olid caruly lift, hi. ce:. ironi hio
season rolls around some millions,!
life. S4 years, but nothing he did .
same time, one of the iiHt indestruct-
equipment of a person starting out
his ancestors in the 1'gcatre. In fact,
be seated when women are standing,
new - 0p,ipcr.
No. 12 Jason the Sheep-Stealer
Once back in them G;etk mythol
ogy days there lives a handsome
young bloke named Jason who was
a sort of a prince. His uncle Pelias.
a half-baked old sport, had been ap
pointed a straw-king to hold down
the throne until Jason was old
fnough to execute shoulder-arms and
parade-rest with tne scepter.
But Old Pelias sorta likei tne jon; Tnen JflSOn ami his new lands on
of being king because it didn't carry; lne pi;lre where the sheep with the
no early hours or hard labor, soiKPll3n fleece, and maybe fleas, too
when Jason becomes old enousn io,
vote tl,e straight Olympus ticket ;
this rough uncle, Pelias. figgers he'll i
refuse to give up the crown to thei
kid. But Pelias is a shrewd old cuss!
and knows it wont do him no good
with the hoi-polloi to just naturally
hang onto the throne so he tiggers
up a nk little plot to get Jason un-;
der the daisies without himself be-
So he calls Jason in one day and
says: "Jase, by all the laws of evo
lution and priority this here throne
belongs "to you. However, young
feller me lad. bein' a dot in' uncle, I
just got to thinking that maybe you u ;
like to be proclaimed, king with a j
lotta cheers and brass-bands and lii-j
tle kids throwing buttercups in yourj
path instead of just having a com-;
mon inauguration. .
'Such, bein' the case, Jas--'?. why!Dy js because he
don't you make yourself a bloomin' i
'ero by doin' somethin real spiffy?"!
:," says Jase, "I always j
ns toward bein' a hero.!
But wot can I do to get the rep ot
bain' a hero?" j
' That's jeasy, bo." says King Peli-j
as. "The best little hero stunt I :
could think of would be for you to !
paddle across the Hellespont and I
get hold of a celebrated, sheep in, oi
has golden flifce and hriiig it home."
"Easy," grins Jason, "I'll go down
now an' get some flea-powder."
"Wot for d'yuh want flea powder?"
"To kill this here b:.-ba'3 golden
fleas with," smiles Jason.
"Poor stuff. Jase," says the old
man sour-like. "Dov't kid me. kid-.
I said fleece, mcsniiu' the sheep'?
winter clothing, not ileus."
"1 gotcha," says Jason. "Well, so
long. line. I might as well start now
as anytime. See you at two oVIoo1-:
"Yes you will," says Pelins to him
self, "if I come after you with a
The first thing Jason does is t"
get him a boat built by an old long
shoreman named Argus. This beat
Ir. big enough to hold fifty men.
which is considerable of a trai t i:i (
tljtem days. I
Jason assembles a hard-boiled !
War waged in Europe America
hovered near the abyss and gathered
the squandered million of bloody
carnival to squander again upon n
carnival of play find ia these 'Dan
gerous Days" the moral fibre of the
nation threatened to disintegrate.
Then the war came to America
and the dross was purged on the al
tar of sacrifice and the fine steel of
national and individual courage re
vealed is told in "Dangerous Days,"
written by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
This is an Eminent Authors Produc
tion directed by Reginald Barker and
can bo seen at the Eagle theater to
day and Ceutral theater Sunday and
Monday. The picture is made by and
released through the uoldw.cn Pic
ip Certain foods, those
n r;cn m vitamin?,
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is replete with those
elements thr.t determine
grovlh and strength.
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crew and sos sail. All goes well
tint 1 the good sh'p gets near the
Clashing Islands which is a buncha
little rocky islands that floats around
bumping into each other just for fun.
Jason can't get the combination of
the bumps, so h3 ff-nds a li'l dove
through the islands and follows b-r-die,
which makes iho.-'sh'p come out
is KUur(e, wjtn a dragon that neve-
sleep?. The king of this sheep'
range is Aetes, who don't take much
stock in Jason. But Jason is wise,
so he starts buzzing around Mpdea.
the k4ng's daughter, v.ho is a sort o'
clairvoyant, sorceress and witch.
This Medea gets such a case on Ja-
- root fnilt
she gives him a rabbit's
will protect him from any
dragens or other wild animals
I her pa may sic on him. "'
Jason had to lick seven thousand
' armed soldiers single-handed before
he got. to tle dragon anil then he
hypnotized thp dragon to sleep and
swiped the wooly with the golden
overcoat. Alia the time the king is
watching so surprised at Jason net
getting chewed , up or killed that ti
ran-t iiartny move. He thinks Jason
js a SOrt of super-man but that aint
it. because the only reason Jase gets
foot Me Jea gave him
When Jason starts
back home he
takes the golden fleece and also the
beautiful but foxy Medea, who won
stay behind.' . The king don't mind
losing the sh-jfop because he figures
he can get. any old sheep and paint
him yellow and nobody will know
Dut what he's the original 14-karat
ba-ha, but he dots object to the fresh
Jason taking Jus daughter away, too
I So King Tetes organized a pos:fe an
starts alter them.
, And this is whe'-e the orful part
I comes in: to slow rp thin here posse
I Medea, who is really a cold-blooded.;
' mercenary party, tars her little!
! brother into ehviks and throws the I
p'eces along the road so that every-1
time, the posse comes to one they!
; slows nr, ;Mift in that way Jason and;
M'?dea and the woolly-woolly )'seapes '
' and Jason goes hack to his kingdom. '
j takes the throne ;ui is proclaimed
ih real hero in a'huVon to being a
Nobc ly ever found out wlv.it ev?r
became of the sleop wvh "f i' o ex
pensive wool, but mosta tis old his
torians figgers ho was nrobably made
into mutton chops for Jason and Me-'
dee's inaugural dinner. .
MORAL: Any guy wot would
fight dragons and armies for a lousv
little sheep deserves to gVt a hard-
boiled dame hitched onto him.
The plot deals with one
many's clever' ruses to demoralize years." was the straightforward state
America, thereby barring her frora;ment made recently by Mr. George
participating iu the war on the side v ian of Peabodv. Kansas, one
of the allies.
' Dangerous Days" contains many
.situations of the thrilling and drama-
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The manner in which the9e situations 'and Kathlyn Williams are also fa the
are knitted together in a series of cast. It is a Paramount Arteralt pic
climaxes with a grand climax at the ture.
jend makes a story that holds the, in-1 "
.terest throughout the picture. 1 "The Married Virgin"
It i-s sprinkled with humor which! -The Married Virgin." the phot.o-
!i;ives just the necessary amount ft play wnk.h na8 ,,een w,de)y heralded
irener ironi tne uiiiooncai piots oaten
jed by the Germans, so well and real
istically played by the actors in
I whose hands is left the portraying of
'the agents of a now dethroned mon
'arch. "The Prince Chap"
five grown ineu artists
start out to mother as well as father if not broken during its engagement
a small orpftan child and Christmas here.
comes around, you would expect them :
to spread themselves a bit. But not! "Hidddn Trails"
even the wildest dreams of the little ! Thfi salaries of motion picture
protegee suspected what was in store stars are not the only reason that
for her, according to the gay Christ- j makes the producing of motion pic
mas morning scene in "The Prince , tures the expensive job it is tcday.
Chap." the photoplay attraction at ! Another big item of expenditure in
the Central theater today and Eagle
theater Sunday and Monday. It is a
William De Mille production.
The scenes are laid In the bohem
ian artists' colony in Soho, London,
and center around the quest ror fame
and fortune of one William Peyton,
sculptor. How the little girl who be
comes his ward .upon the death of
her mother, a model, spoils one bud
ding romance for him and then, when
she has grown into womanhood,
brings about another forms the ap
pealing plot of the story
Thomas Meighan has the role of
the hero, and Lila Le, Theodore Kos
loff. Charles Ogle, Casson Ferguson.
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G. W. Logan,
my health and
I feel finer than sn
of the most prominent stock dealers
in the Middle WesU
"It has not only made a new man
of me but I have actually gatueu
iimriy-iive pounus in weignt ana teei
as well as I ever did in ray lite. I
am itiiuig mi ji my menus auuui inaigesilon .1 tim'H qd It It'll 'VPri
! Tanlac but they can see for them-! her the same way. You may pub
! selves what it has done in my case, jlish my statement wherever you like
I "When r began taking Tanlac I was and if anyone doubts it. just tell them
I in an awfully run-down condition. t,to see mo."
jwas away off in weight, felt weak
and nervous all of the time and
icould'nt take any interest in my work
or anything else. My main trouble
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as the most startling screen drama
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This picture created quite a sen
sation when it was first, presented
in New York. It comes to the Lyric
theatre fresh from its ntropolitan
tiiumph and it is expected that the
box office recprds will be badly bent
making a photoplay, and especially
a fifttlen-chaptered serial, is the cost
of the properties apd sets, that are
sometimes completely destroyed just
to fuinish realism and effect for one
scene in an Entire picture.
A good example of this comes in
the form of a publicity note from the
Vltagraph studios in California where
the serial. "Hidden Dangers," starr
ing Joe Ryan and Jean Paige and
now bing shown Saturday at the
Yyric theatre, was made. In one
scene during the fifth episode of
this serial two complete bedroom
suites and the sets had to be used
for a bit of action lasting not longer
than abcut 20 minutes.
was indigestion. Nothing .seemed to
agree with me. At times I would
have dizzy spells and at other times
inj back would ache so bad that I
could haritly j.e -,p and down in my
chair. This is Just the condition 1
was in when I started to take this
medicine. It took just six bottles to
make a well man of me. I now have
a fine appetite, everything tastes
and my dige-Uon is perfect.
"My. wife was aiso troubled ith
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December 11, 1920
Friday 3rd Degree.
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