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THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2. )9S PAGE TWO THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD ;i 1 it 1 it iy . 5 it 1 is II Ml Mi! :. .1 i ,1 Ml I'll II i. .1 ,1 . 1 i '.! flimoaY Daily Recoup C?bribers deiirhig th mddren cf hdr paper chasscd will pleiM tato ta their coniawmteatian froth OLD and NEW AddreuM. To insure ffidttt delivery, com- pliistf should bo made to the Sob oistioa Deportment promptly. City subscribers should Oil 167 10- faidtag complauta. SUBSCBIP1ION BATES Oao Tear .. ... 15.09 IEf raafl, $4.00 6 months, (2.00) tSx Months 92.50 Three Month . L25 One Month 45 OAs t7eek .10 Entered ai eeeondVclaia matter Cwtemher 11, 1915. at the postofflce at Qckoqr, H. C under the act of t2rA 8, 1879. tea Aetodated Prescs la exclusive fcr entitled to the use of republic- ttan of all news credited to it or at credited in this paper and also meal news published herein. Just along about the shank end of a political campaign a fellow can scarcely think of- anything except politics,, though he may not be trying to concentrate on it.' It's a great deal better to think of politics, too, than to' have somebody else, do his think ing, or for conditions to be like they were a few centuries ago when the average man had little more, to do with' government than he 'had with Mats. . He-simply-paid all the taxei that could be forced out of him, serv ed as soldier or sailor and counter! himself lucky if he could have a home of hia own. We have evolved a government in which the citizens ,bow have a pai. Every two years the parties make a bid for power foi the next two years. All of this hubbub is ncccsaary, and every voter ought to get interested. . lU'Vrf 11 L. Davis, superintendent o' the anti-saloon league, formerly wat a noted football player at Trinity Col lege, then located in Randolph county Bcforo he came a member of th team he wa.s quite a booster. Geo F. Ivcy of Hickory tells how Mr Davis received the news of a victorj that turned out to be for the othe; eldo. When the college bell rang tha' has always been the signal for. jnccting Davis ran out of his board .injr house with a (biscuit in cacr hand! He rolled across the sandj street and rolled back again. The he ' climcd o small maple tree an cut loose. He gave variations of th!t performance, Mr. Ivcy says, and thei "earned later that his rolling, climbini and falling had been in vain. It mus have been worth seeing. J. F. Spruill, of Lexington, Deed cratic candidate for solicitor, ha ' been having quite a controversy wit E. .0. JeromeN Republican candidat fof the same office, over Mr. Spruill'. War record. Mr. Spruill had criticise the president for vetoing the bonu bill and Mr. Jerome allowed as ho-, he, not being an ex-service man, ha no right to criUcisc, if we gather th preliminary premises correctly. Somt ,body said Mr. Spruill had a scrvic record and he was cited to produce i .True Mr. Spruill was not in the wa JtM.it we happen to know that his rccor: is good. Everybody could not get; wt' the '"war. althoufeh many kept ou on, purpose, and the Lexington, ma: Served hia . eountry in other wayt r . ' ' ' ' ' The, demand for1 houses iri'Hickor: jJSfii as great aa it ever was, apparently ,thte in spite of the fact that sevcra hundred have been erected in th past two years. One real estate own cr told the Record the other day tha as soon as a family vacates a hous another moves in and takes posses sion, not waiting to make terms first It. was the demand for homes tha caused ft, local bank to put $150,000 a Jthe disposal of the building and loai associations and this money is beint failed for. The more building thi. better. ' Not in our recollection has wintei 'hesitated bo long, and it may be tha we are due for another mild season There has not been a killing fros yc,t thin fall . although the grounc has been white on at least three oc casions. Butter bean vines' are stil ; , jB tariding up and several Hickory peo pic reported fresh, beans at late ai last Sunday. If it had not been for the . a bix, ; weeks ' of dry . weather. . manj ':; iall(gapdcncr8, would be talking abou; '; ' vhai , they ; , are . getting out of , then "' back yards.'; '', - ; ?, : Announcement that the railroadi are haulmg more freight then evei before makes good reading at this timo.' The country is coming bad to. a strong position and we ough to be due for several years of stead progress. . . U .Tkoae folks , .-who . wondered wha -tha newspapers would print after th; Thaw and Frank cases have part oi the answer. . It is not necessary to remark that the Record will get telegraphic re turns from the election next Tuesday night. The paper has arranged with the Associated Press to give it scr- ico from 9 until about midnight, in which time we ought to know how the country has, gone. County and dis trict returns also will be received at the Record pffice. Two Raleigh, men one .woman and a Dint of liquor started from , Durham in an automobile the ;other night and naturally . enough thcr man ; who was not driving put his foot across and stepped on the gas when the car ran less than CO miles an hour. Only one' was killed. French wine makers are reported to 1m rrrlv to soend larce sums of money to defeat prohibition in the United States, but the more they spend, the less they will get. We see where our old friend, John J. Parker, is to be here tomorrow night with a speech in his system Parker puts pep in politics. It seems every organization:; that you can mention is increasing . the cost. Name , one that isn't then call around and smoke on itSv" Carolina and Tulane football fans, unable ;- to dope, out the winner iil advance will have to wait for Satur day's game. What Hickory needs fire more small nlants scattered about town, with ustlers in charge of them. TRIUMPH OF1 THE FASCISTI Springfield Republican. , Civil war is for the time being averted in Italy, and this is perhaps the best defense that can be niacle of the abject surrender of the gov ernment to the Fascist!. Their triuinrph was completed- yesterday vhen their leader, Di. 15e:iilo Mus solini, entered Rome,, which was sur rounded by G0,tH)0 of his armed forces, and proceeded to the Quirina) co accept the invitation of King Vic cor Emmanuel to form a ministry in place of that of Premier Facta, -vhose resignation was clue to the rc- olt of the Fascist! and the impossi bility of controling it. When the King Saturday overruled the deci sion of the cabinet to declare mar ial law, it became hopeless for the yovcrnment to carry on. The capit dation to the rebels may, through he -action of the king, comply with :onstitutional forms, but if. is -he less a-surrender to lircot actioa Italy's revolution kis . different n many respects from any of the thers that have occurred in Europe iince 191S, but the Fascisti movc nent is nevertheless a revolution. try movement, and would unhesitat ngly be so interpreted if undertaken y the Socialists. What makes the ltuation confusing is the rcspectabil ty of the Fascisti, who take their jame from the rods which were the ioman symbol of governmental au nonty, and who profess not merelv ntense patroitism but loyalty to the ang. To find a parallel we have to turn Ack ta the Carson rebellion in Ulster n 1014, when Ireland and Great Britain . were threatened with civil u TTU?h -the warlike ,preperations i the Unionists, who even while re- sistmg the law duly enacted by arliament professed to be acuated by yTlty- t0 Vn a"d to the mpire. Their patriotism, which thev td?lonsrated in tho war ad the ympathy entertained for their point t view by the upper classes in Eng and, made it very difficult for the ritiHh government to deal fairly Atr ";VoI After the armistice caiy, Jike other European countries, ffiGn- V-Uch frolu umTst'due tl demobilization, poverty, . u-nemploy-lent, and the influence of the Rus- !fhlui"CVoluiwP- The ffoverhment, hich even before the. Avar had been xtremely nnid in dealing with strikes rnd resulting disorders, hesitated to .rapplc with those new evils, and ather welcomed the appearance on he i scemi of the 1-ascisti as a volun ee vigilance committee, f The natural result, facilitated by fle abject weakness of the govern ment against the d'Annunzio. rebels .t Fiume, who were essentially Fas tic, was the growth of a powerful iddcspread, and compact quasimilrfarv M-ganization, well aimed and well ificered, and so atrongly supported ).V the open or secret sympathy of espectable people that the govcrn- ind did not take verv scrimia ,. res against its activities, even wheniu nese became an nhuin,,u " i2 ;he state. "o ihvhmcc iop 'aadsU mny is Why thc ascisti, if they are as strong as Q hey claim, shoud not be strong cn-lQ ugh to get control of tho government constitutional methods and then P J81 USC of its machinery fo? B -he maintenance of order and the CI epression of Socialists. PresumablylCI he answer is that their strength ue less to numbers than to organiza- CI JWEET WATER SCHOOL r ' WILL BEGIN MONDAY S i'WWfer b5c.chool, with Mrs. U .. B. Wagner and Miss Bertha Tcauc Hon Monday morning, November 6. n hilHrnnrT 2Ur to have their U SCn,"ih,e ?f?.lv and help U history. .iT;:. l ov"vu' year tne Dest in d ., ' DE MORTUIS ' ? Say. paw." ;Well, my son." 'I took a walk through the ceme 'ery today and .read .ths.inrv:D m the tombstones. ' " rv Well; what about it?" ii bSd:(tJsigiheowicked p6Ple AT PASTIME TODAY Romance adventure, intrigue. That is what vou will find in "Serenade," a First National attraction, produced ty Raoul A. Walsh, which will be the feature at the Pastime theatre today and tomorrow. Miriam Cooner is the feminine lead. and George Walsh plays opposite her. The remainder ot the cast is an excep tionally capable one. Someone has said that the bpaniaras are the onlv ones who know how to make love. This picture will show you how they do it in settings ol languorous splenaor. iviiss noopei makes a bewitching senorita as she leans over the balcony of her hacienda, listening to the serenade of love and passion. Walsh is an ideal Don, and the manner in which he scales walls and makes dangerous leaps to evade his . enemies will make your ha a stand on end. Added attraction Pathe News. THE PESSIMISTS Roston -Herald.- How these prophets of another dark age approaching bring to mind the hens that go to roost, during an eclipse! .De The basic changes that have taken place in .busi- v n ess during- the past year or more specifically the change in price ed business men everywhere to think and more fundamentally about business. Great basic facts- which were but little realized, except by thinkers along economic lines, have now be come clearer to the public at large, and to business lead ers in particular. One such fact is that Desire is the foundation of business. It, is ..the desire of the' people for any article ol commereethat makes it profitable to produce it. When that desire fails all the agencies of its production must cease to operate. v This fact was considered academic until the nation-wide cessation of liberal buying made it a matter of cardinal importance, and the question of the hour be came the 'means, if any, of restoring the popular desire' ; to do business the desire to buy . r 1 " " It came to be seen that the public desire for the -products of. a business or ah industry was the only real and permanent asset. Every other assumed asset be came a liability when that desire subsided. Itisb.upiri this basic fact that Advertising rests. ' It is thetUnction of Advertising to create desire. The desire that isjereated by Advertising is al ways some specialized f oijm of an elemental need. Ele mental needs in their simpler form, are the raw mater ial out of which must be. created the Demand for the products of industry. This Demand, in its barn, upholds civilization itself . It is the one necessary thing that in spires all human activity. It is the function o'f Art and Industry to take the fraw materials that constitute to take-, the raw materials of elemental need for food, shelteiV and clothing- and refine them into the4esires fox, -r the finest products of Art'anU IndustryEach function is as important asthVot&feiv And now the time has' come when this factreaHfeol aS.neve before.' . , Published by the HickorV Daily Record, in co-operation n " withThe American Association of Advertising Agencies. ; n a n n ti .... . Throw Away Your Tonics Ed ami Famous Song Writers and Fun Makers, at The South Graded School Auditorium Friday Evening, November 3rd at 8:15 p. m. A; a a a u n ii 1 1. n The Blues, Dyspepsia, Gout, Rheumatism, and 6ther Pet ailments, Guaranted to relieve anything but an in-growing dispose tion. , s 1 v r Bring your fitccdbwn. Ed and Grace will put a smile on it. - - J ' TODAY AND TOMORROW A Romance cf Old Spain a Tale cf Undying Love and i firming ' Adventure Full cf Life and Fire "SERENADE" ' with '' " - -.'.--; MIRIAM COOPER AND GEORGE A -FIRST --NATIONAL ATTRACTION Added Attraction PATHE NEWS Admission ...... 10c and 20c iimiiiim an. Record Want Ads Bring Results. Try Them. sire levels and price tendencies have caus- of nature and refine them into products Supply. It is the function of Advertising FOLK Grace SURE CURE FOR . EH I n limn olds -!arw,. J M ! ! II.I.1H1 IIIIMT ftB less 'superficially i i i ( l ESi a . -. . Just Hear a a a a a m m m a a a a a a a a a E3 a . L! " - uy:.y&-4- -j - - .. . - " - A HARVEST' .For, : nan w r - I; A. . IT '-"F w ! 9 titt harvest nflcr a period saving is indeed n X: huivst oi h:ippi!u.'ss:, - v WV tn.nv bKin early lb save for Bor:;e definite ! jl!rlitv Tbp Saving MrxV r.u 1 thu W yr 'if the seed of : thrift are-DlanUd wlx.,- Hickory Lodge No.343 Regular Communication First and Third Monday nights JBrethreikcordially invited to be s. I present , .. E5ivlIUFORD, W. M. ; ! W. L. BOATKIGHT, Sec Hav Your UTO TOPPING AND JRQLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO &. TOPPING - Bakers' Garage ' I . pffi Ave Phone 353 DOCTOR OF OPTICS Erroof Uefrgttioh and all Optical . deljeccdrre'cted with properly : J' fltted glasses Oificand examination : room in connection witliv jewelry store 1 feJft i Mem.' Am Coc. Civil Engrs. Waterpower, . . Waterworks And ; SeweaggLand Sub-division i tlahmbenimerco - Building ; g: w?Kky, M. D.t D. C. 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