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7-A . . . V ) FORD HERALD. Subscription $1.50 Per Tear in Advance Co, Hwim t hj nuii tin nm f in laiion twUriat i i; Bt.w Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed. 48th YE Ag. HARTFORD, KY WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922. NO. 27 THE HART V.: r 4 BEBISfBMOS Ur V : HELD UNGONSTITUTiOKAL . x , , , . 'j.?. ;.. Smith-Minor Act declared Void Oo Account Of Technical ' x Defectt. j June1' 'Jl. Tho thereafter, according to of the act. the terms countiei and municipalities of the MRS. State have already reached the debt "These classes of citizens com-, limit, It Is not probable that there MA TO COOPER DIES AT BEAVER DAM IIOISK QUTS TILL Al'GfST 13 .Washington, June 30. The house pose a considerable per cent of the will be very many bond Issue elec- ; Mrs. Maud Cooper, aged 83 years, of representatives adjourned tonight legal voters In every precinct and tlon.. As some of these elections and 8 months died at the home of at 9:45 o'clock until August 15, UNION RAILWAY SHOPMEN OBEY STRIKE ORDER thus giving members opportunity they are deprived of the exercise of will take place at the general elec-' her ion, Mr. T. E. Cooper, Beaver the right of suffrage, at any special tlon, it will only be at rare, intervals Dam, Monday morning the 26th. to return home to look after lection as designated above not by that any bond Issue election will ult.,r at 9:30. She hud lately been campaigns while the senate any fault, neglect or misfortune, on be held on some other day, and the n Invalid having suffered a paraly-jot work on the tariff, their part, but because of the terms number of voters who will be dented' tic stroke several years ago. The Democrats opposing adjournment of the act In question. I cannot find any ground ' In relation to the classes of voters mentioned and under the clrcum- , stances, not only abridge their right Frankfort, Ky general registration act of lilt, re qulrlcg all voters ;c register In if ery precinct In he State the second . . Z i of suffrage, but utterly destroys Jt. ' .. "conl,lul,onal T vnier ja,- whe im Kentuck stBt. . - tic RolHn Hurt of the Court of Ap- utegK , reglBtraton for 1 tknall t hi. AAinnk M ' W T V , . . ", special electjoa for those who did Y - lujuucuuu 10 rtrtuii, prom- . , - . . . nent Renubllcan of. Frankfort, to . ' , towns or s.oou persons and more restrain the Franklin County Board . , . , , . , . ' .the 3' question make no provl- of Election Commissioners from , .. i, ... . sion for the registration for any spe- . . " ,. clal election, except In the regular was backed by the Republican State gUtr8tlon , JuI 0ut8lde the organization. y areag ,wnere the Constitution re- All the Judges of the Court ot( qureg registration, ' there Is no op Appeals considered ther case with portunlty tor the classes mentioned the Chief Justice, and all conourred to. register' before any special elec ln the conclusion, excepting Judge 'tlon. ' William Roger. Clay of this dl.,' ; i.. tm 1J12 on,y one (trlct who filed a dissenting opinion. fa d fof. the regi8tratlon The act was held unconstitutional Vuch qualined voter, for the because It does not provide for a , NovembeI, election, and the classes, special registration outside cities wh'nn.'ho . n saw aawwu uw J va VIUbl M V the right to participate therein will deceased lady was formerly Miss' almost solidly forced a roll call. iftrt win uaii n., it,... cm.. their uui nuti oiuac stin h ott In Answer To Wae Cut By Labor Board. on( be lnflnltesimally small. A regis- Maud; Stewart and the widow of i The vote to quit was 171 to 31 with which to hold that the act does not tratlon act that does not afford am- the laie Mr. Frank Cooper, who pie time for purging the registration ' preceded her In death some 20 for special elections or for a special I are performing public duties by registration of public officers, mill- Qf ,aw tlamen, Juror, and others, whose the. na(ur - of. ,.h0se Jutie. are such duties prevent them from register- ,hat unable t0 attend tne Ing on the regular registration day Jio Registration Day This decision disposes of the gen- registration; mililtiamen on duty. Jurors and Jkuch like, would be pre vented from ;votlnff. nn hprnimp nf i i eral registration, but' an interesting any fault'of hair own but because aftermath of the suit Involves the' the law required (hem to be else- payment of about $90,000 for the where, and. the, act In queotion has registration books, sent to the coun-j made no ' provision for.' their regis ty clerks. The Standard Printing trtiour and to- such v an extent Company, Bradley-Gilbert Com-' seems' to , be n 'unreasonable, regis .pany and C. T. Dearing Company of tratlon. .Manifestly ,'a registration Joulsville, bound an equal number which prohibits one, who is requrr of the book., about 15,000 la all The work -was done under the before the election ts not worthy of the name, and It Is practically impossible to frame an act that will accomplish this purpose and at the same time notwork , a hardship In individual cases. Therefore, It seems to me that a million - voters should not be de prived of the benefit of a registra tion law, and the State denied the right to have pure elections, merely because an Insignificant numbr of voters might not nave the oppor tunity to vote at a special election, if perchance It should happen that such an election should be called. On the whole, I am of the opinion that the objections to the act are so technical and devoid of merit that they afford no reasonable basis for declaring the act unconstitu tional." ' Chicago, July 1. with the coun- two voting "present." 'try-wide strike of shopmen d-?ciiri'd '.The Democrats having voted by, union leaders to be practically with their fingers crossed, I now luO per cent perfect, the nation s move that the house be adjourned," great transport machine coutiuu d said Representative Mondell, the its work without Interruntioa voted Christian to the end. jyrs. Repbllcan leader. There was a Railway executives years.!; She professed faith In Christ at the age of 11, united with the Baptist church and remained a de- were unan- shout and wild race to t.ixlcabs Imous in expressing their belief that waiting outside to rush members to' the strike would have little caact J on the operation of their roaJs a.'id Demo- at the same time asserted that ary crats Insisted the house ought to move toward a settlement would outgoing trains. In opposing adjournment In the Select Cemetery, In the pres ence of a large concourse of sorrow ing friends ' and relatives: Mrs. Cooper had lived a life of usefulness senate was held at 9 o'clock Shoals, To permit the houso to clean Kit affairs, a jtechnical session of the to her community and was loved and admired by all with whom she came In contact. Besides two brothers, Messrs. R. W. Stewart of Cromwell and J. C. Stewart; of WelCity, Kunsas, Mrs. Cooper Is survived by one daugh ter, Mrs. C. h. Taylor, Akron, Ohio, R.1BIKS PREVALENT; HEALTH and four sons, Messrs.. Thomas E., BOARD ISSIES WARM.VG Frank and Fred Cooper, of Beaver Dam, and Isaac Cooper, of CVcm- signature of last minute hills the senate's presiding officer. for by' HARTFORD DEFEATS OWEXSItORO i vall, ' ed by law to, be atV a place, Vhere i su-'j he cannot register and thereby to Louisville, Ky., July 3. Preval ence of rabies In all parts of Ken tucky has led the State Board of Heulth to issue a new warning that all persons bitten by dogs promptly should take measures to protect themselves. Twenty, persons In lo calities scattered all over the State have applied to the board for treat ment for the disease in the last - thirty days. k The first step to ' be taken, oc- 1 cording to Dr. Lillian South, direc- well. MRS. HA XX AH JONES Mrs. Hannah Jones, aged 82. years died at her home in Render, June' 27th. of infirmities Muo to ad vanced age. Mrs. Joiros was born and reared In Wules, where, in early irt , she married the late The Riverside lads struck their stride and. came Into their own ov- 1 cr the week-end. walloping all comers. The first victims were the diamond artists composing the Farm Bureau team, the leaders of the City League of Owensboro. That much-touted aggregation "came and "saw," Saturday afternoon but that was ns far as they got. A cer tain young southpaw, a product of Hartford, In fact none other than our o'.d friend ' Lefty" Russell Pir tle, deserves the lion's share of the hnA. ..r 1 1 .... : i . . i . i VI U19I II IOIUII lilt! UlJ rl Jones, a gentlcmau well, from the yellow Banks. Pirtle I Innoa oamo in thill rniltltrV. RAltliltl? i.. u pervlslon of the Board of Reglstra-' be deprived of the right Of suffrage to"" of the board's laboratories, is ' x. , . rA n -0. K.. .... .k.' i.....-- to confine th do.r thU h. H at Newburg. Iml.. w.iere they re- wllt, he. Wl. VVUIUIIBDIVIIlIO tlaivU fcW 111b UI IUUI IVtll UIUIIIUD lUEl CSllLCl i tail S - v wvaau act, composed of Secretary of State not be sa'd to be a reasonable regls Fred A. Vaughan, and the chairman tratlon of the right of suffrage." and Republican ; of the Democratic State Committees. They were, course, ' required to act In time of to. ; JudK (Tuy'a Dlss4'nting Opinion Judge Clay, dissenting, said: ''We are commanded hv a ' mN . nt nne get the book, to, the County Clerks, hundred yean, gtandlng t0r wwlve befort the registration. The law , faVof of -the congU. provide, that the counties shall pay( tutionalUy o( eyery M.,of the Leg. for their own books, and the clerks a I MnttAnil K w I t 1L. .... . 1. " luo ui iuo UUuiuci( ,nVali1 unlegs tOiney uoeueu. H is Hiiiiieuenuearsinai 'counties may resist payment, and It is doubted whether the State may Blmkxu. . V. n .HfnAM III...... 1 , , , B fore. It is Just as important to safo- tolatlve sanction. , . the purity of the ballot as it In consequence of this situation l8 to prot(jt.t the citlien , ihe rlght plainly violative of t the Constitution. . Qne'. right . to I vote Is of little Vn4u6 it his vote may I be offset by an illegal vote There- ,bltlng. She emphasized the fact that It is not necessay immediately to kill the animal. If he lives nine days it Is certain that he has not rabies, and no further steps need be taken. If he dies before the expiration of this period of confinement, however, kla 1, . . .. .1 1 t J 1. . . . , . D v B.(ir funeral gervices were con laboratory of the State board for ., tha ,lnI11B hv ,h nei will be de-, . nf n,B Mcil mains burled in the jurmer HiiBBUon may ioiiow m;o vote an(j a ,aw wnlch w,u Bc. action of the court in the' Injuntion, L.omDlla,. that niirnn8fl ,.hoil,,, not be lightly set aside. case today. Judge Hurt's Opinion former Is true the should take the serum tratment for the disease, as whn it develops in a human being It Invariably is fatal. This serum 'treatment can be ob tained free . of charge at the State1 "It I could hold' that the provl-j vide for a registration that will be sions of the act provided a reasonaJj effective only tor u short time,, but ble opportunity to register, to vote provides for a general registration at the November election and such NAVY lA(T WINS APPROVAL IX JAPAN' AS PEACE TOKEN' for that will' be effactive for all 'time. special elections as might-be, to be followed by annua reglstra- held between the second Monday In 1 tlons. of all qualified voters not July and the November election,! heretofore registered.' For the first there are no provisions lu the act,' year the act fixes the first 3 rbths- . . .. . boards laboratories, or it mav be i ne aci in question aoes not pro-1 . . , 1 i uuimuii;u' Mf; ICiaUI19 UUI ,IU WI3 I State unable to come to . Louisville mrougn ;nei county Heaitn om- Toklo, June Z. i ne rnvy i ouu- allQ the downpour cil passed the naval treaty uuopieu ,iUy. The cers -or other' physicians. STATE EDITORS DIS- ITSS Bl'RLEY ADVERTISING which would had not , cuablp anyono, who tratlon days, and', for subsequent! Crab Orchard, Ky,, June 30 Editors from all oarts of the .. ...i i... ,.iu..un r.,atrli,liiD- Hiilmia- heretofore registered,- to;years only one registration day. It i ,',' ,..,, , ,k .. ,K , ... . . . t ' " - btate lodav took nn inn niiMtitinn nf. v(u.,n.m fin r..mtrt mir fnr vote In any speciul election which' is conceded that three days afford, ai,vrl,lt,ir ,...,,. w ,,,. tt. ' , ', . Cooper held her membership with the Green River Baptist Church, where funeral services were con ducted by the Revs. Birch Shields, the pastor, and C. C. Daves, of Bea ver um. Tuesday arternoon, arteriBtay in session and act on Henry have to come from the Ruilroud l,a whlch the remain, were laid to rest Ford's offer for. lease of Muscle' bor board or the emninve B. M. Jewell, who refused to an- l:ir beforo the laliov liuard ye-t r day, reitcratd that the only bx.'h for a settiemeiit was for the roda to agre not to put Into effect wa?u decreases recently arnou'.iced by tv.o labjr board. I Ben W. Hnoptr, chairmaa of t!io board, declared in a formal stitj I m-Tit. tlt.it the power of t'..e govtni , meat, coiiiisc.ed with thf pii.'j. fc seutiment, will give every protoc::on i to every tmploye who remuinj in , the Job ami all the r.ew den w 10 , take the ptacei of the strikers iu ! tha present walkout. Will Protect. Uoiki rs i Mr. Hooper asserted that t!io ! strike was called against the i -ci-i sions of a federal tribunal over rul ings laid down after careful con -sldpr.nion of the evidence on Lcth , siil. The men who tukj tho ptaitiH l of the striking shopmen will rerder , a public service lie declared, a ij .should therefore be, immune fron ( the characterization of "sab" cr j "strilsebreakcr." , The walkout becan fuouihotit due to tie t.OUBry .lt j() a , a..,, i:1 many places took on the, a.ct of a" holiday, the men sliiKi!i u.v.l cheerlrg as they threw down fher , tools. As reports came inut u;;io.i , headquarters here leaders aerL.fd l that the ranks of the strikers wauld nutiibrr more than tlireo qii-ir."n t of the 40.noo ni 'mbiTship b": jre Bight. Later Mr. -Jewell ' sM t'l.'.t ! reports from 12S of the -MX I 'suss I , 'roads showed a practical'. y li' :it wa.;;out. He added t.. ped to lie able to give n i VUrare figures tumo: row . One li,liiy of 1-ovie The only di.-pkiy of for ed I'ui'in-j t lie day w is "i." :rd . town. 111., wh ra several hur.dr-d s!i::itieu, aftcr failing' tj ' p-u""..l j four companions to Join th,'ia 1: t :a w.ilkou . picke t them up Ij.kI.! u:i J : carried them cut. scut u, ;n homJ." the 1 "adtr w.is quote.! a.i raying, "to avoid troulii-." In Chicago, the lm' of the :'k- out, where it. is estimated i0o.J .;! , tii'-'u nr.' aiffCte.l, no iliil ir o i;:i of any kind were n ported and ;r'. f the ro uls claimed that both p '- .1 Simon Known anu nigniy respecieu, w pitched six innings and had the died in 1915. In 1869 Mr. and Mrs. visitors eatinir out of hi h,in.I e-r- last round he toiled I wnen ne weaKenu silently i maiiied until 1S7J, wnen tney re- (he fa,.t tnut Ulis wag the flrat gam(? I moved to Render, this County, re-! ne nad pitched this season. Had he I malnlng here the remainder or their been h, geasoned form, he probably ' live.. .would hav,e .shut out the Owens- i The deceased lady and her hus- boro i;,s ,Iu wa!4 rclleved by band had. no children ' bnt -became , westerm'lu" who checkmated all ef- foster parents to five, caring torlforUor ,,1B vu,iers to w:oie them In a most tender and purental throughout the remainder of the I manner. . session. Glenn did the .receiving for the locals. The battery for Ow ensboro was Morgan, Weatlierholt Coons. Both teams played A-l ... f .. .. . i mu - . McAtee, pastor ot tne ,.viciieiuy UIUi ". Prpulivter un church and the re-'i.ii i i..,,.i i , .... afnicted' with rubles. In cam the r. 1 , iio person bitten tery Wednesday ufternoon. sure got. their money's worth. The i final tally was 5 to I lu the passing of Mrs. Jones the Hartford'.' , Render community has lost Its most estimable and characters. ' lu favor of one oi lovable, P ! r 'iiort- LOU.VVSPORT XEXT VICTIMS On Sunday afternoon the Iigaus port team tried conclusions with the Hartford boys ut Riverside rark, despite the threatening skies earlier lu tho game w:w . a little at the Washington Arms Conference ( "druggy," but withal Interesting to and submitted it to-day to the ,ne ,-fBlritul faIlli present. Tho Prince Regent for ratification.. , - batteries were: Hartford llouser, The Council's approval included , Monroe, nad Phelos. Dewev Hnr- tlie provision ugainsi puioii b iies ,,!a the beavinit for the visitors. 1 Tim WlY..r r,...,,rvl...u .. 1,1 .. " ' :1 :1" H-K"l '"'''K .1.1.1... J tho trick, .either and lost the bout might be held between the Novem-' the entire electorate.-consisting of nIvortlt,; .,. ' , ;,." Wv-.. - - xo me loearis, to j. , . , , , , , ,, I , . ....... , i advertising policies xtt the Burley tee, sad the copimlUee found the,.. , ber election pud s,lxty days after the; about 1,000.000 voters, a reanotta-; Ti,n ( !,, l.1.... . ., i. " r. ble oportunlty for regBterlng . Bo- ' ,. , " " " X . , ' . . V ' " I i. LZ- Wh0 8U,U .H:"'tft"'J cou,d" 1 . I t M nil B'u nw'H Wll. registration in July, of each jear It a citizen removes from another cause of the efforts which will be da !'H tllR nrfFantftfltlmi Vlf iht naun. - ..,..,...4 . ncurimtnvi in State and becomes a citizen of this made to get the voters to tho polls. .... ... , ., , .... ' 1 Tl u . . 1 i '.i. . ..i. .. .w ll:'u"0" ine-aaveniBing mat tormer-, greater care lu Uie. luluie... State and by reason of one year's It is certain that practically all the . , ' ' , - , r- . ' , i , ,,, -. ,, .... ' i 'y weut to the country uewspapers The commltlee of tht Privy C BDMiiiiKa In nmintv lioftnnia. onflt. vn pra will na roir atpro.l I ha flryt' . j . T . . . ... V. ' I a .. . . , now 'as bel" bundled by the Bur- ci, however, found that the Japa-i led to vote Just following the Nov- year,-and that In subsequent year. , Asam!lll.loll ... 1B na ' were' ember election, he could not regis-, when only one registration day Is .-. j....ij , , , . ;.'., , . ' . . . ... . ' were being deprived of accounts not ut fault n falling to make bet ter unt 11 July, follow ng, and hence provided, not over 10 per cent or ... . . -. . . , u ' . .,. . ,ft(innft .. , , ' l that raiiged from several hundred , ter term.. From a spirit of respect 1UUIU ua ueyi itou VI lQ rillt lu pvuui avv,vvv ivirii n ..I uo eu vote until sixty days following the titled vto register. registration in July and without "Notwithstanding fault upou his part. The person, be- many thousands ot coming 21 years r( age after the absent on the day.. . The gam between Botiver Dam and Morguutowu scheduled for Sun liny ut the former place was called I off on account of rain. . . , The game between Hartford and the fact that voter, will 1a of the election to 11.000. A committee, headed by ( for the' Washington Conference xlu Centra clty advertised" for yester- tU" ,riktf. Cemmll D.. Scuff ,t Ml. Sterling llg desire' o maintaiu the world's dav ne ' trBnilfcrjed t0 ,a,, Peri-uat perfeel was appointed to wait on J a me C.J peace, the ' committee recommended .without fault or neglect on hi. par, the framer. of our Constitution pro- could not vote at any election until vidod only one day for holding elec- HLOODHOrXD.S EOI4XV sixty days after the second Monday tlon.. if one day affords a reaaona-j iJn July, The registered vote who ble opportunity for all tue voters to' ; move, from the county of reglstro- vote, and three day. are sumcient Stono, president of the Burley As- ratification without 'amendment. sociut'ion, for the purpose of taking up the advertising questiou. . , RANK IlOllIiEKH' Tlt.VlL Munfordsvllle, Ky., Juue XOMINATI(X OF FRAIEU . CONCEDED IX FARtiO Muhlenberg metropolis. without intfi'rtiiU:o":ib of tiny l.!i:,J. No DeiilliiKi. Willi I nioii- Air.or s the p.csid -nts of r.i !!.!;. oiiteritig Cliic'igo the Ueteri..!.:.. .ion was expre.S'd to ba no ik : li:.v3 with the rcpii scl.talives o.' U;" .triUiiig tiuioiis. Thty.wctc: u.-iU--ln-ous In d.'t'arltig t!:at th. '. i: ) was not bet ween the' union; ..'. 1 ra.lwaj j.' but Leta'eeu t!.e ua'oii u.id tire I'aited States Labor bo-ird. The csecutivej also a:tci'Hd '.liif far from b.'ins I'JU t lu tiiu CiKc.'.o t::i ', trict, several thousand ti'.t: r-iei'n-; Ing at work.- The lllinolj C'e. .:.-.. i:van;i:hst waters l.av bsen tho lea it affect-? '., cl- DR1LLINU Foil OIL hVe bum the least a ect.d a.'.- though no 'exact figurea w i i cb- t hv. Bascoin ".'.'aters,- of Cl.i.lcn, tainable. The executives decia;;a Fargo. N. D., "July 1. XVlth the( Tenn niunagvr of the Souier.tet I'e jthat only oue of the PuUniai 29. nomiuatlou of Governor R. A. Nesto, and Lynn , J. Frazier, troleuui Corpora:! n. 1. lu S.ic er- s.:a;i.i b had been unionized by Mr. J.' r, for governor, . ,. i,,.,ii,,,. .... (iMnai'tiue:ii ami tli.jt iimh klmu il.. ii tlon, into another county, at such a, to enable a million voters to regis- Bloodhounds today were put on the a..d senator, respectively, on tho ' u of fc, 0j , lhu PuU ; ' time as will not authorize him to ( ter, upon what theory can lt be said trail of bank robbers who last night ( Republican ticket definitely assured, drill, llg , weU llear oa Cellt" Thl,' shut down. The toust.c'.io,: d- vot. at ', the tollowjng November that one day is not sufficient to en- entered the bank here after cutting , Merest today wa. directed to the WB now drleJ ,n (,V ' partuu;ut( ,, u Bulll, m, b, v.- . - ...ruuu i... Ul iu, noml.iatioiui oi - otner .tate .omm .lta ,Ht Hrli .r. n b!e for the use of the railroads wh a residence, become entitled to vote the voter, to register? building. C. A. Blakey, cushler, yoted on In Weduesday's primary. Immediately after that election pr( "Gut It Is suld that some voters ald that the loss would be small as, The probable plurality of Cover- weaitn previous to' It, but leg. than .IxtyjWho are otherwise qualified will be the robber, secured only a few'nor Nesto., Independent, Is set lu, going on down. The Common- repairs are to be made. Mauy o: ti er Car building plants will, bs dik- days previous to it, ' he could not deprived of the right to vote In registered bonds from prlvnte boxes, independent sources from 8,000 to' Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Pirtle so that tVa rolll st.vu of 1 1 . r. u In the county to whlcU , be( special ,, oU-'cliou. . occurring before No effort, jpado to blow tU . lt,00 aud those same .ources place Uft, Sunday, for tuelr home In De- can be kept lu euflultloii until the registration day , the next registration. gaf. The bloodhounds followed the plurality of Frazier, nou-partl-l trolt, Michigan after spendinis t j f.Wnwhlhi t) I w b, n - of July, Ve next year, a,nd reKlstr-; What then the result? There will the trail for about 2U0 yards to the sau. at 4,000 to J.000 a. against the' weeks as guest, of Mr. Vlrtle's par-' reived .v-nra-re fnn, .),. '.-'. register remove.