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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

' ■ * .j'v.'! and Sunday m Ike Oitage Printing ~ ■■*• n> Tex**. poatotfloe m United Preos 1 * ' ' " ^ oi%;. • Hrani ■Kj*«i*«W. «t*nuu#®r 1 Jl Which may appear in tit* columns «C opoa Its b«(nt,brought to the M— v '. ■• All DennrtXMBtet E, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY ' 'iSf.- v iWm: lip® * DUDLEY HAS A PLAN. .Senator Richard M. Dudley has'a conservation plan all his own. He would, call a conference between representatives of Texas and New Mexico and the fed- eral government, to negotiate an agreement ,on the storage and division and use of the waters of the Pecoe river in Texas and fJew Mexico. ' Senator Dudley speaks for a section of. th& dry belt territory. His} constituents need storage reser- voirs in order that flood waters may be impounded. They need legislation which will bring about a fair division of the waters &f the Pecos river which has its source in New Mexico. \ There are millions of acres of semi-arid land in the Dudley ^district These lands could be made as prod...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

w&*9ask M*' - ■ —, Hi i , BEST PICTURE THIS CITY SIX MONTHS if The luting little song sums by Virginia Valli In her rol« of the lit- tle French-Canadian orphan In "The Storm" has mado inch a strong ap- peal to persons who have seen the picture that we are printing it here- with Just as It appears on the screen at the theatre. Now all <?f od wood scow sailor man Tak warning by dat storm An' go an' marry nice French gal Au' lixAe on wan beep fnriu. M HP$ ml wi' Ue wind can blow lak hurricane. And spose she blow some more. You can't gel drowned on l,ake St. Pierre, So long as you' stay on shore. THE STORM7 AN EPIC OF THE FOREST Powerful Htage and Screen Bootee*! for the Strand' Difatrr. '< Hit m ■M What is more beautiful than the solemn quiet of deep timbered val- leys? Or the bisarre mosaics of for- rest floors? Already the drama of the open . country has held a strong spell for young and old. Great lands, waste lands. Nature's rfrgin wtldeKBess; the glory of the' outdoors h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

BWSfegHp' '■ -' Tw..*. •-■ ••,* . • ' ;.*"' flRR WW---- '■■;';-vi ■■-■v'..-;, J, •■ ./■■ £,..:y :■■ .. : :,'a !;11 w#SBl •■;■ V.r •'r' 'V', ;,J ft* '• " '.v. . ll . : w ?;;W:' V ' '•>' * y ' 4f ' * A' ' V *> #y vv:;**/ ., ,V;^'• i 1 * _ f ' . trrafid eraons nt«c Judge re tfi« e him f bltn a man c near mmy, im having mam Kice WARM 4*N yfc BAW-W 114 A ve icr R. •rs al- and It rat to UTTU5 WMiLC - # I WAKJ MY -at! I AM HAVING A „ s tMMKY PtAYwvTH HA^aa ion Is Rob- today lurjr to o the jn and worker 2 >n the '''SliS ' •.. p'-I.V. jWjN-' Vj.y ■/{ ■■ -'™ I J®? ' ■ I Q, W ' '* rty or jpvaral Goose Wa.-i iy de in Sher- Smith it Sun ; [ v - of the / ,ly to ling of of the ppings PlltiflS, pd the all In b, and nt the OKglng mmmm , • * ••••• ■ ■;t. U* <: •l , | ■ Light at the p. m of tha mr ; ; Ty' ♦ of the recent * • «v' 5 ? mmmm first k, and clouds HBRcy! iVu HAVC PUT ON MY THING3 AND pint? Him* aj'l I per aikit mo Jimmy" HQR NVrtHtft HO CAMS A4 ""rtT.* vJgWpi to bar- t otfi- ""WW...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

fes !y8v#n$ >' lii itfii ■ip: k?m« wi; £! >;.' '■ Mr: ptejvii ,s it. lit i- i \ k? '■*■"?■ ■: hiW. mmm ■ . ' , ' " . a^'v, ,vv> ■/'■-,.* .. .^, . fig lf|} $ml \ ■r> -m ' i : tke katzenj W*\KK)C^ drvvev Y\ i .vut h seentf "rd be1 interrupted! . ow,"dodgast rr'y i s^y.oid top, ww me sbnk c:\y0ur eorm is it lb homolulu m prettypunk t u£f? caftan form \ss like (\ bwrrell cuw6e orsfok homolutu! r fs^crikjrven gbtold umd ugy *ll golujf ? %sf-; _ ^4 da* fqutt reason is>s de^ old umdt>er you urate imp op _ sat(\n how dare you t^mperwmi the royckv. 60lf ? fctmk'.lf i (duldi if dot \s>s der oorrectj f/\h< form for gollup, qticf - fjcaw,'. ,c | me pinochle efry ) time i tx)tou seeder rmnbow m ,vm my word! ooick onlx tmeap itther uf vdt l see so(\k him \ vm der m^kv ? sky? • -v <k«\ ith\mk r [behott something) (w1he0frn61 pwetcy cujksy, ^ i must say, mowvewyoutavh va^rrde^ daftness vjf dtt> (t 4\e momtfcy bkness? r cwmm derbml &$ svtlung! -•i oboutder stylish u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

Hfmf'iiiSl S - . . II •' yw s ■W!| '<>W:i5«W"> v\r* ">*• "H 'U*. ..f};X' '^,„T . . ■....;' .- mKm ■ r:: . , ■ TWT~;.v - fPf|f ;^$!k ■:'. •'./ -jf-' *: ^ I I s! l«v -;/-' DAY C BE TOLD SOON *" SlSii IJit>•' H i«r> ..• *-a ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 15,1923. In Path of French March rUASTROP, Jan. 15.—The "real f. story" or the io|«n or Ion or in Morehouse parish and brutal mur- ders of Watt Daniel and Thomas,. . , ,,,, Richards will bo told In the open | W" bu,,din«. wa« i!1 MauriceviPe Miss A. Wettlaufer, Orange county health nurse operating from Iletf Cross headquarters In the Odd Fel- hearing here this week, state offi clals promised here today. * That tile series of sensation.-; which havo followed In order last week have but merely ncrat«L#d tho sur- face wan intimated by Jyfrarney Oen- ernl Coco today when Unannounced jriccvUle today was for the purpose 70 witnesses were yet to reveal do- of Informing the mothers tliere tails of hooded mob. activities. Fift...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

WBKBfffi:' ■' • ■• . * - ,;"" ? h ' -"5#' '■• -'-v :Vv pjmtot, ff.r"; '• ••'• pMspi^i IMpp PPfraJPPP if? •'J5sr^?! rnJ rr w THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER MONDAY, JAN. IB, 1923. •'' \ }'■W$vt'1wwlilil - * i - f WSwflWWMR&M 'Vf ':*•/•., Mi , EASY OF YHIRVY FRENCH SEIZE (Continued from Page One) ihe Invaders a grip on one of the main aiteries of German industries. Tlic great plants of Stinnes will come in iiio new French line in case Bochun lis encircled. — ■ ■ Kit i' '— ICO CITY, Mexico, '(By mail Jhetl Press.)—Yucutan, the ot Topsy Turvy," is the home picture divorce." e opposite of the "picture 'i"i Is found in this socialist 0 of Mexico. Divorces are given for the ask- by any party, with or without iBe. Children and maintenance KM* Wives and property rights are re- LONDON, Jan. 15,—French troops in the Ruhr moved on Bochum to- day. Reports from the newly occu- pied zone said French artilltry and infantry advauced from the little city of Keppwig on the important in- dustrial capital o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

■iy v . „ r . -jVl ( v. i.V-v' V - ii fc ■ -■■ ■ '. A ■ ::•■< _L r ■ ■'• j?sp-< ip Lm^5Sa r i ffiM ^ If* . A-v>-' ,. a SOCIETY DEPARTMENT *—«■! 4 Calendar MK I ' Hra&" ■if! f Ife' Jb ' lv'. #/ Slw- ;\W m life | ,. ifS&V Vrf «•• KmM vif1'' ;>■■' M;v - 1c i I ife: I K| ■£&. Kjfe •' MUMUAI— , Monday Bridge club--Mrs. John Hart, 7«8 Green avenue, 3 o'clock. Public Library—Chamber of eommerce, 2:30 to 5 p. m. Degree of Honor «—Odd Fel- lows' hall, 7:30. Camp Hadeco—Mrs. R. Lee Da- ▼la, 1404 John street, 3:45. Camp Wenona — Headquar- ters, 4 o'clock. Camp Mudjekeewls — Mrs. W O. Griggs, 608 Sixth street. 4 o'clock. lVKHltAX Tuesday Bridge club — Mrs W. H. Stark, 611 Green avenue, S o'clock. Camp Tehas — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth etreet at 2:30. Oak Tree Nest: Blue Birds — Mra. T. C Pord, Fifth aud Elm at 4 o'clock. Mothers' department of Wo- man's club — Chamber of com- merce, 3:SO; Mrs. Chas. McFar- lane. leader. WMMKiWAl— Baptist Girts' auxiliary — Miss C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

SEpffllLmB J.-Ja.i-r.T-...- • * ,'V !>.•'•?' ■' , V "i.w ' J* fi i& <;^fr ■iy ggf;;' . : a $' '! V > wtek-'timsi **#/ m ' ■;,Mi -i-X issified Advertisements n as lute as 10 a. m. eame day'« paper. Anything 1#,An *tter 10 o'clock will appear la the next day's edition, ahnm. ?£ mo payable In advance. They will be taken oyer phono through courtesy, but have change ready when the ^K^in1 m°° * Un# tm l^rtionT^c'V'lIneMtor#all ^hane26o!ne' words to the line.) No ads accepted XBUfiPSOMlfig « and 88. ■< -' A k ■ < ^ JP ; ■/ FOR RENT .-JKfcNT;. a-rooiu unfurnished ^rtihouu, yiii^to bam, comer MlSKieo. Cull. ad Elm, | KENT; Two auu twents, furuUut.it Apply "60S Lam. I'JUr-ruym o. uniur- *noue l|pNT: House o:. uvu. [ modern conveniences. Apply Jreen. RENT: Room aud board at fifteenth street. {RENT: Bedrooms lor (jeutie- t; also light housekeeping '912 Main. IENT: Two ^'uoiub for lit;lit garage. Phone wo 1< > aitU |B-j(|ttENT: Hoout uud board, close ES- •* i>04 Front...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

,'i-rv JBOltor. iSpll by th« Orange and morning at 206 Company. B. D. RICHMOND. Business Manager. at UM Orange. Texas, poetof f Ice as aecoad-cUM matter. Meftiber United Prm Association. ^ \ —m—■—■ W I® wJwdo®s one montb. 00 cental wv ^ Advertising Representatives: KnlU-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg.. end Broadway, Nov York City; ll South Michigan Blvd.. ~o. m. - noona reflection upon the character, standing or reputation ot any , linn or corporation which may, appear In the columns of The will ha gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attentto publishers All TDepartewstet No. 4 or na FfiE, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1923.. AMONG THE FLYS. William Matfden Fly ran as an advocate of a new titution and A. T. Wertz ran as an avowed oppo- of the making of a new constitution. Fly was ted. Wertz was elected' to the seat 'in the state Ite. There is anoher Fly. This Fly is chief jus- of the fourth court of Civil Appeals. This is the this Fly buzzed at a recent banquet. ''The majring of a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 January 1923

jjp&i&M pr;; !«&>> - Tp 111 mm AM, JjLai * a^' 1 '•'— _ . __ . , n « •T A \J -tj.' IftOQ ORANGE DAILY LEADER MONDAY, JAN; fii tST#' W ir IX Byi" w p'' ife.. Js-' Sf..;.1' W. Wu t' ,1" '. |jjh>-; %•'::•• • fSSSv* 5'4;- lip' IjHSvV b L SHAVE WHILE ON VISIT DALLAS-, Jan. lo.--T. K. Irwin, Dallas member of i he l usas legisla- ture, had a "clojo shave" mule on a vtr.it to the state prison t'ari:; r<- veutly, according to nis oun story. Irwin was on an inspectleir tiii> a <i v/u;; f;ad!y in need of a shave. 'J tie farm >:ui « i inieif«l<nt x>ld him tl.iU ii * would prov ide llie legislator v. itli the noeessury tonsorir.l accoin- moufttions. Irwin was turned over to a husky ue\','ro with n bucket ol' watessr, a ra- zor and a bar of soap. V.lile I lie operation was In pro- gression. Irwin, thitikiup lie niishi be able to learn something about the prisoners' life, ptartcd n airies of questions. How tout; are you in for." asked Irvin of bis black barbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

111$ ti-"' f'V* ■ E&, i. r' i A , \ V' t> r BBK-' 'Hi® t • *y .< it, - i VOLUME IX. ENRAGED ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1923, /_ Dortmund, Third Big Ruhr Valley Town, Oc- cupied Today; Believe Raiders Will Penetrate as Far as River Lip. FRENCH TROOPS PUSHING FURTHER INTO GERMANY OF r. i ' r- > <*—f—1 —1 'J.1®.. M NUMBER 13. Bt/« f.') HHRLIN, Jan. 10.—French In- fantry marched through st reefs of Dortmuiid, third big Ruhr town to bi' occupicd in tin; invasion just be- fore noon. • fV-us of irouble were allayed as citizens of the industrial stood quietly on tlie sidewalk watching the troops who were led by fifteen officers. The mayor issue d a proclamation calling for quiet and dignity. Ad- vance of French troops through the district continued. It is believed that tiie French will .extend their occupation beyond the River Lip as far as Ham. Germans at liner stoned French troops as the latter marched into town. The French general in command ordered his soldiers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

■ . v ■ ■ • '■>' ~. '■'■ ■ j :• ■Iwilvwwfc'i M^P®Pr ,.<.. -:. ■ /.- . ' ■ > • ' .>*^Sv,v _ .'"-■.V, .V .:■■ <C«V■•!>: ■"/"' :-.!& "; ■'' ■''Mr- ■' COMMISSION MAKE STA| I CONCERNING RECENTC ISfw i: |§ H. D. Fillers, a member of the •tale text book commission, released for publication today the following statement explaining in some detail the action taken by the commission recently when a number of charges were made in the text books used in the schools of 'Texas. Mr. Fillers In releasing this statement pointed out that although It was not approv- ed by every member o" the board, six out of the eight members had authorized their Rlgiiarurcs attach- .r thereto. He also pointed out i#t th-j two members not endors- es the statement vo'.H against the 'ange Oi the text iioofe * at tbe fe- book is a scientific treatment which applies directly to Texas conditions. "The Geography replaced has been used for ten years in the schools of Texas. During the past four years th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

li-Sii,skk ''Mrh ■ r r ••• • $¥ H# i* wr* v-*'vt' l;.,t Mkim9Pv9y$^''$'' SOCIETY DEPARTMENT ■-<■ ,*• f v ra#f:i ^'V - ;^o - ' * ■ vv&>a;^; .y-^^||l|--...-|nil|^[11l^r.^-v..v ISBWIPiL.. '.'.'"'i:":."'; - ■M\1;!'Whites in Wait fopj — . ... -.1 ...:. . i ^^ *a, X i k. DM have concrete or board floor, * "milk house, apm from the ice or dairy barn roust be ^|, = f:: fifr ■ m < . Rfc r * ^ | miT'v Pi#:vv *&■' Is Safe rw, I ; ' ^ ®* *1& v.9i# J. . ■ > • • ' ««ft V.^*w ■* * •-; "L-vu , ' - * wj, +-> ' /♦i. • f \ ' >• ;i , ■ *; % ' .«v'^ .. *' • pf (WW: S*> .: Calendar ife bs^v K: lip ll« itsl!1 ■ B Ops' -v* Wmm SKSrV'1 ! W; V ••' „...•' f- '-\ m* 5 V' Tiwgiay Bridge club — Mrs W: H. Stark, 611 Green avenue, * •'clock. Tehas — Mrs.. Steele 1#0S Eighth street at Oak Tree Neat: Bine Birds — lln. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm at 4 O'clock. department of Wo dub — Chamber of com- merce, 3:30; Mrs. Chas. McFar- loader. M Girls' auxiliary — Miss Welch, 7:80. I 8. of Ftr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

Mr f - in, 0. ■m ;rr D 'i Si TrmmSk mwm. iWMl w* m V N iV« M W ^ >«• • «« ttnnj ; '4 J mm :)M •• fpSKT^' "• r.r**- } ... "nr':s -v'*$§ . Kf; i ■"' ■ feJSniKi • . ■-, • •.. 7 ' & .If*!* represent*- • •• makers wi - , <;i,1<}'' ■ The legisltaure has oi .« ■ ■• fcraoanL sir *w jrjj*#i lave assemblage of the public frill be ih Aiistiii tiniil the coming of. spring *to erage. They are there to legislate\\f6Ht1"rtW the ^tatt. iiere to do the test and e<!onomic i,nM- v ut saying that a vast iftaJtiHty of the$e la?- _ the state the bee they have; that they ftolM iMpaftial and conservative in their defibera- wmm mrfeomcwntioiia In recording their votes for or Igttist the Bills which ttay ^p placed Wfore WiWto beS open Awn for the carping neverhaveagood word to aay for the lawmakers other iy&c'lffidals, for that mat$|r. These cri- are found everywhere. Some of them are found the staffs of newspapers. It is ever easier to criti- than it^p. So construct It nevfr requires dee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

% mm ; 2 : '.. ..:vv„ , ' ¥• /T'•' " y\ ., JV•"' ||ilJpH|HF -v~"' 'ispil THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER iSS ':,,'" ''/ " ,frfi" 'Q'1 :'■ ;rf<. 'f ?:■!? ." ,(f" ■p y:: v-,rf$i ''■' "Iter ->tBSj loo a line lor'«... UTOW1.1 'Itteur* *«**• to tkaUna.) . v ' MMWHOMW 4 accepted (-room unfurnished lent*, urlvate bath; corner Elm, fftrs. Geo. Call. RENT: Two and lour-room utmeuts, furnished or uufur- ibed. Apply 608 iarfc. phone R^SNT: House on Green ave. modem convenience*. Apply Wfta, 1 Itoom and board at street. >" [ §ENT: Bedrooms lor gentle- V 1 l*80 housekeeping Maki. RENT: Room and board, close ili 804 Frout St. Phone 317. Largest "S 032 for furnished or unfur- l rooms with all conveniences. "Tf JiUiiM ROOM with garage for 1W ^^comfortable private rooms, i; pur week, |2.00. Baths free, id H9TEL. Hfwisalk R SALE: S-rooiu house with lot 'f-* jt 150', on Western uvenue— Uri conveniences. Will 6ell be- 9W value, on easy termB. Call be- ■ tween 5 and 6:^0.p. m. Phone 360. j anbt 5 suppl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 January 1923

'4?fSl ■% j*'KK *>'"J ■ Bll SV;: |f§T., jU| 1« j|gi: k'' || Kg y-'1 m- Efcfr? £f Bw Era*, Pf ]&&/>, / Rte-v; ®™t f - ' fe.. m. . j**- WA: 2b& v\< • r^(j HT& 'Ui■ mi£ •' are**. ''fev'tS ■■ LTE AT LARGE fa:- fcfV; m '.iS~t -A*- ;p ~ * This Horse Caused Trouble WACO, Jan. 18.—Hearing on habeas corpus writ for the re- lease of Miss Naomi Uoucher anil her two brothers Horace and Ber- nard he!d in connection with the murder of Grady Skipworih, 19, at "lover's leap" near here No- vember 20 was 10 be held in dis- trict court today. Bernard Boucher was granted bond of ?2,500 by JudK® Alexander when ho arrived here from Dallas early today. Naomi and Horace were to arrive later in the day. Hanger Captain R. D. Shumate, ! who subjected himself to contempt I proceedings by holding the trio after issuance of the writ left Dal las last night for Austin where he w'll coufor with Adjutant General Barton concerning the case. Ex- pected here today. Gompers, Davis Say Restrict ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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