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VMM TWO THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. cw Hickory Daily Recosd Subscribers desiring the address of their., paper changed will please state In -their communication both OLD and NEW addresses. To insure efficient delivery, com plaints should be made to the Sub scriptlcn Department promptly. City subscribers should call 167 re garding . complaints. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year &.00 (By mail, $4.00: 6 months, 2.00) Blx Months $2.60 Three Months ............... 1.25 One Month ..... .45 One Week ...... 1 Entered as second-class matter Sentember 11. 1915, at the postoffice at Hickory, N. C, under the act of Marah 8, 1879. JOHNSON'S HOIMfE VICTORY Epringfield Republican. A 65,000 plurality for Senator Hiram Johnson in his home state might be described as a California lemon. It means that his renomina tion has been contested by a very large proportion of his own party about 44 per cent, in fact. It is not a showing for him to be proud oi at the end of his first term in the United States senate and 12 years after his first election as governor of California. Mr. Johnson became governor in 1910 on a small plurality, 22,000 over his Democratic opponent, - but his pluralities soared thereafter, reach ing 188,000 for the governorship in 1914 and nearly 300,000 in 191G for the senatorship. In those years he encountered a disorganized and fee ble opposition in the primaries. When, in 1920, Mr. Hoover chal lenged him in the presidential pri maries the senator led at the polls by about 150,000. This year Mr. Johnson has had his first real fight since 1910, and he comes out . of it with diminished prestige. The character of Senator John son's home support has undergone marked changes in a decade. He was originally the irresistible flaming re former of long standing abuses in California's state government. His early period was glorious in its rec ord of progress achievement. Yet in his recent primary campaign some of his most valued co-workers in the reform period' had turned flo-ainst him. His alliance in 19L0 Those able to din into the future with thp old stand-Dat bosses and .... I k o t CAUSES i Tfas Associated Prescs is exclusive ly entitled to the use of republica tion a all news credited to It or not credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. i i, miw ir- WHAT OF THE FUTURE? would be in great demand these days It can be peered into, but the bottom is too dark for anybody to pee much Still, it must be remembered that the world has been here for some thou sands of years, that it' has passed "the Southern Pacific crowd in or der to gain the presidency had shocked and affronted many of his former admirers. The following that Mr. Hoover attracted two years ago in California had been alienated by senator Johnson's extreme hostility J. I 1.11 LIIfT I CTll U J A llUVluildi through, wars, pestilence and famine; tne Dresentadmin istration the semi- thera hnvo hoen time when the whole I tor has again aroused oppoMtiOn a ..I-: ...u-,ii home bv his attacks on tne results I f lio Wflchino'tftn (onfprent'fl. insurrection; when rulers were ty- As these former admirers aban rants, and when the people, obtaining doned Senator Johnson,t heir 'places tattoaiiKa iiK0Y-fr ,ia04 if MhA n I wprp taken bv new admirers, the anW luhAH ftllTi Ii7flt lAriB hflVO I 1 . H...v, ....... ...v Hearst Here in tne east Hearst is neen torn flown and new civilizations now a Democrat and even a cami:- erected on the ruins of the old.. date for the Democratic nominatun And ntill the world has made prog- for governor of ew J" I California he works chietlv througn rw. I tho Rmvh!tijin nartv and Johnson In this year of 1922 the bulk of the had become his most applauded Unit population in so-called civilized na- erf States senator alter Jim- need , Jof Missouri. The Hearst press uuna ivr cvciy vjui tuiuty -' Utrnnv snnnorted Johnson fov re- advance. Public schools are maintained nomination. There is no agency on for the benefit of all, free libraries the Pacific coast more rancorously I 1 1 1 " I maintained, men of wealth establish mcenaiary ana war-oreeaing in ts I r wtzn tivion r r .1 a nanocu fin ocrmr Q nfaiin iBooraioriH, scientists see r than the Hearst newspaper. and wide for those remedies which will I This chanse in the character of rffi;vA f ferine nn1 nrunt AWoana the home support of Senator John and a hundred things are done now for. the common weal where one was done a few centuries ago. The ordinary laborer lives better today than the grandest monarch three centuries ago his bed is more com fortable, his food better prepared, the . advantages of his children are greater. - , son reveals the senator as oemg more a demagog than a statesman Two or three years atro no two names in politics were coupled oft- ener in the talk ot the time tnar. those of Borah and Johnson. One seldom hears or sees them bracketed together now. Borah has been stead ily rising in public esteem, while Johnson has Heen steadily falling. While Johnson held up the senate with a club to get for the olives, The opportunities for happiness if lemons, grapefruit, honey, walnuts that be the chief end of life are a and J.ms extrava a u it. I gantTyhig h tariff duties, Borah vot- hundred-fold greater than they were d st hi h dutieg 'n the w0ol whictuhis own state prod iced. . Borah has opposed the bonus lor service two centuries, ago. If everybody .could.but realize that the journey through life can be made but one time that there is no return from that bourne to which many trav elers have gone the world would right meniTiXohnson would never -fight against it. J The future of Senator Johnson is doubtless assured to the extent of a second term in the senate. The 411., o u j v : luemocraiic pany naraiy exists to - ..u.,j, u .Pjnm day in California But nis deep dis. and prosperity would reign over the appointment in failing to secure the land. It is the fault of human beings I Republican presidential nomination that. Wo hnve'thoao nnmmnt v, I in 1920, his strained relations with bring distress and misery on every side. the Harding administration and his growing political intimacy with Hearst make unsafe anv forecast of his future party allegiance. TV... ta ntvn.i tL.i tnviv ia iiu MUTSHUii uut umi, lite nTn rPIiUllVfAT DI7r'ni) nicnory unops, win ne recruuea up Winston-Salem Journal to full strength and that the new men, The committee on law enforcement if not as proficient now as the men I f the American Bar Association whA Wf hit .bAnZlnUr i win -i'-olHnas. v.su. tne matter ot crimes vuiirieiii, us mey in a lew weexs. ine worst record o anv eountrv of the national agreement, whereby the men world. The committee f ovvs that employed here were not to rturn to there were 9,500 "unlawful homicides" work until the nHonmen nf ntW rnil. m .na "t during the last ten f w-- ..... i f ci yq wr; nnn ..st k : 1 1 i ju; i.mu won wieir wwe, nas ,siooa oe- try "by poisons, by the pistol or the iween tne ranroaa and a settlement. Knite, or some other deadly mstru It has caused local shopmen to throw mtn1t uo admittedly irood nosition, unH will mat committee tnereiore recom " w.j - - - finIll m n frt nM-lu ,1 . i , - , x t i 'cauii nirti uiaiiUJ.(J tui e ujiu sine cause them to Reek others which may of pistols and cartridges be prohibit or may not be as eood. That is the fid, except for governmental and aspect of the strike which the men here ,ffic!?1 ?se- Bxx? this would still leave must have taken Into account.' Zl,ZmlLl orSf i iiiJbi uiucutt ik vvuuiu mat raise a lively crop of pistol bootlexr- Judging by the figures submitted sers. No sort of prohibition of manu- vestrlav hv Prinoinnla BnrVi ar,A vi. lacture and sale can eliminate evil j --i " i r.. il. i i i. di, v.ic avwiiMBiive Bl nigniana ana Tho mmmifhu. ' nnino fv,ol West Hickory this school year is des- more possible means of reform whoa tiwed, to be large. The Hickory schools jt states that "the means provided tomnn-Aw nrnKnhlu will tio.ro nv. in the United States for copine witn tlfll .nvnllm.n won uu - u..- crimes and criminals are today neither . v -fvv, nun a huh- lonnato nnn aft wuirti TT area or more entering later in the judicial system and through the in week. The Windy City and Brookford fIuence f nriaudlin sentimentalists too schools, to mention onlv those Tmf few criminals are punished - enough to Hickory, should make a total en-Lvii Hnprc Anri in ? roilment of 2,50(j for this community, causes of our frightful records, the There are lots of children in this Com- committee might have done w&l to INJUNCTION AND ITS Springfield Republican. Whether or not Mr. Daugherty'i injunction overrides any of the con stitutional or statutory rights of in dividuals is for the federal courts t determine. At certain points it is difficult to escape, the conclusion tha;j it does, it wouia iorDia aisiriouuuu bv the union of .literature pertain ing to the: strike if a single state-j ment in it, whether a matter or ac or not, could be construed as beinj: intended to dissuade any person from engaging i" railroad, work. "Argument'', with, this object is on': of the things that it., specifically seeks to prevent not alone argu ment accompanied my intimida tion, but any effort to convince an . other person by "oral persvAsion o suggestion." The injunction shat ters the solidarity of the unions in so far as the issues of the strik-: are concerned, and prevents the leaders from advising members no'; to accept any proposals that may bo made to them. Were the same freedom of con sultation denied the railroad man-ne-pments. those executives who ad vispd ne-ainst the policy of takin?: back all employes who went or strike would have been acting ii violation of the terms of this in junction, for they would have recom mended a course which would keej man away from railroad employ ment. Whether or not the injunction goe beyond what is constitutional o legal, or beyond desirable preceden for the future, there is no doubt tha the. striking organizations have ir. vitv?d .stern repressive action by tap tics which are essentially lawless The latest "Strike Bulletin," issue; by the railway employes' depart ment to the American federation o labor, supplies an example in th following paragraph from its India naoolis correspondence: "A scab list with initials, names' phene number and Place of employ ment is kept up to the minute and if proving its worth, for scabs are bein thrnwn out of boardinjr houses, off oJ street cars, refused barber-shop serv grocery credit, and in a few in stances requested to move their house hold furnishings and kept on the ho-, continually, all of which has been ac- complished without as much as a hsi fight by our pickets." Here is a case where the ordinary services of civilized society are being refused presumably through intiml dation, to men employed in the rail road shops. The power of the fed eral government is properly invokec to prevent the interference with interstate commerce resulting Iroir- such conduct. Yet everyone.' evei the government, mav be properly re minded that the right to organize if sp'jeifically recognized in the Claytor- flft. and curtailment ot tne ngnt t strike, was deliberately rejected by congress in framing the transports tion act. -ir Extraordinary Attraction PASTIME Mm Last Time Today 1w d,:ti . .... v -& 5Sftii3.- . BRACING HIM UP Tt was' the mornTng of the new cur ate's first sermon, and ne was raws pnxious to make a good impression As ho was rather a vain young mar he turned to the old verger and ask ed sotto voice: "Could you get mc r glass ? A small one will do." The ver ger hurriedly departed, dud soon n turned with something under his coat "I know what it is to be nervous," h aid kindly. "I've brought you a whole bottle." The curate blushed and gasped,- for he was not a drinking man Bu but " he began 'Ssh!" said th verger. "I d never have got it it J hadn't said it was for you." The Ar gonaut (San Francisco.) We see by an exchange where a lady s tne state ot Illinois lost her vita- mir.es. xhis may have teen a mis print, but if not it's just another proof that everything should hang' from the shouldf r. Charleston Sentinel. munlty, and all the school districts are doing their best for them. In his interesting narratives about this "section of .the state. Editor Dan iels sneaks of "ridino- on a flivwo. cades ably will be differs fr fkof t u 1 . Locking the stable door after the pay less attention to pistols (which do not shoot of themselves and rnorc to the character of a vast percentag-e of our population, with its ten million negroes and more than ten million immigrants coming to us from the slums of Europe during fecenjtde- Now, his definition of a fiivver prob- average man, who would probably have another name for the car the former secretary rides in. It's a good car, too Attorney-General Daugherty took the countryso much by surprise that press, comment was rather slow. By Botaie it is held that he waited until horse has been : stolen is a fruitless process, but even now more might be accomplished by a wise system of selected immigration than bv thp at tempted suppression of jristols. And more still could be ax?omplished by s.wiit, certain and .ade ment of crime idequate punish- Mr. Ford hopes to introduce his industry into Mexico, "out the neonla to work," and thereby put an end to I.BCORD OF THE PAST No Stronger Evidence Can Be Had - in Hickory Look well to their record. What they have done many times in years gone by is the best guarantee of fu ture results. Anyone with a bad back; any reader suffering from ur inary troubles, f rom kidney ills, should find comforting words' iri the following statement: R. M. Bumgarner, contractor, 350 lC'th avenue, Hickory, gave the fol lowing statement September 20, 1918 f "About three years ago I was troubl ed with general kidney complaint. I had pains across the small of my back, headaches and at times nervous spells. Mornings when I got up I had dizzy spells. " The action of my kidneys was also irregular but I got relief! from the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. They relieved the symptoms of kidney trouble and made me feel a heap better." On January 4, 1921, Mr. Bumgarn er added: "I have had no need of a kidney reniedy for the past three years. Doan's Kidney Pills put my kidneys in good order and I have had no return of the trouble." 60c at all dealers-. Foster-Mil- burn Co., Mfgrs,, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv ! 9 1 & . "r- HAWTI 3 "" 4 14- I I'M- ivV-. 8 ' "Speci S - GR AND 1 : Today Last Time 'WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS J"FORBlG I STAKES'"'! Qirtjuvx? - HE ur N"No"is ANSWER "mm$f m v&vjmtoL J? ray ri AS the custodian of funds whose safety is our first consideration, we are- more or less fre ouently compelled to use the negative, when the affirmative' might give us more pleasure. But we can at least discharge an unpleasant duty pleasantly. And we can certainly give to every application made to us the most careful, courteous and sincere consideration. CONSOUBATILD TEUST Company Record Want Ads Bring Results. Try Them. Story and scenario by Byron Morgan ADDED ATTRACTION I'ATHE NEWS il Music at the Evening Performance by Mrs. Hatcher Shows: 2:00, 3:L, 5:30, 7:15 and 9:00 p. m. ADMISSION: Children, 10 cents. No tax. .Adults, 30 cents, Tax Included. mysterious ro mance of the range Added Attraction "Excuse Me Sheriff" A 2-reel Fox i Sunshine, . Comedy Regular Admission 10 & 20 cts, TOMORROW Edna Murphy and Johnnie Walker TOM MIX LAST TIME TODAY Tom Mix in "For Big Stakes'' his latest William Fox picture which was shown at the Grand theatre yester day has every element necessary for enjoyable entertainment. Its action' is continually kept at a high pitch, its dramatic moments are .well . handled, and the silken thread of romance is woven throughout the story. The direction and the acting are far above the ordinary. " . ... Last showing today. Added attrac tion a two reel Fox Sunshine comedy entitled ''Excuse Me Sheriff" a scream from start to finishTomorrow -Ton-nie Walker and Edna Murphy. in "Play Square" another grood Fox feature. r Notice of Redemption To Holders of Victory Bonds All 4 3-4 per cent Victory Notes (Bonds), known as United States of America Gold Notes of 1922-1923, which bear the distinguishing letters A, Ii, C, D, E, or F, pre fixed to their serial numbers, are called for redemption on December 15, 1922. Interest on all 4 3-4 per cent Vic tory Notes thus called for redemption will cease on said redemption date, December 15, 1922. All owners of 4 3-4 per cent Victory Notes (Bonds), bearing the distinguishing letters A, B, C, D, E, or F, may bring them in to us, and we will be glad to transmit them to the Treasury Department for redemption, or give you credit for them at the market price, which will be not less than par and accrued interest. First National Bank . . HICKORY, N. C. Capital and Surplus $300,000 J. D. Elliott president; K. C. Menzies, vice-president and cashier; J, L. Cilley, asst. cashier. in ii PLAY SQUARE" by Jack Strumwasser EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION PASTIME Tomorrow . 'vWAj and '-"'- Thursday THOMAS ME1GHAN -in- "The Bachelor Daddy" . From tlite noyel by Edward Peple " author, of "The Prince Chap" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Admission 10 and 30 Cents mini im; 43 W m n EJ m s sa K ES a a a a N. W. Railway Shops Quality Tires at RADIO NEWS There was nothing wrong with the program rendered last night. The boys caught the baseball scores, heard con certs in Pittsburgh, Newark, Houston, Atlanta . and other stations, and rer- sons passing on the streets could hear the music. There radio phones installed by H. A. Latta are great. Here are some recent installations: J. C. Shuford. J. J. Willard. ' - W. E. Miller. Geo. R. Wootten. . , E. Lyerly. Hugh D'Anna. the railroads had won the atrik internal strife. Then all tw wfi '"is;. vf-2? a.n' 8k me. ?or appointment,! by others it is claimed that he acted trb Mexico will be a few strikes and they like them pwners how A. At f 1 . . hill Initio TfO1 A tAn mm.... I i.1 Vlltlil the Chicago nlan Knnsnc r,; aj.. : X1' A IAIIA. at the right time; And so it goes. Gyp,, Prices 30x3 Pathfinder ......$ 8.85 30x3 Cross Rib Tread ..$10.65 30x3 All Weather Tread $12.50 30x3 Cross Rib Cord ..12.50 32x4 Cross Rib Cord . . ..$24.50 Every Year is A Good Year For Goodyear Tires. " ' Standard Garage & my HICKORY, N. C. if 'v - 1 i . 7 r Sales D a a a a a a lot a o a a a a a a MONDAY. SEPTE1B D 0 D It a a B a B B B B B B B B B B B B B ft 4th WANTED! M achinists, Boiler M akers Blacksmiths a o a m a a S3 Gf a a m to a Gar Carpenters, Helpers Apply at Shops to P. D. PLANK, General Foreman, Hickory, N. C. B B B B B B B O D B B 0 B B B B a a m a B B B a a a a a a a a a a a a B B a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 0 . v; ... BnonnnnnanDnrapgn 3.