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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

'hMMi IBI FoiTW: South tfew character, standing or reputation ot any which *y appear la the opoto its help* brought fc- Judge E. Edgerton is the president of '^Jtion of manufacturers. Speaking fbr^th* m«i* ireiyhe has.subiqUted .^^cpmpleJbe program* %w. He recommends that congress should fix ©fa shortag^oflabor (ttf a particular class % Aantt^i^td; Cite tie^a|tm&t df ifbpr?; ^ ident t# ttee ^Atneri^ is willing that the ,r * e asallthewage worfc- isel &©2*pei* eration of bition is to Invade ese s ores 'flljfu , should be welcome to full fellowship with exclusionists who would erect a Chinese wall 'United States and shut outall comers, many queer line-ups in this glorious land aS&'KiV HflBW at 206 r,*;3 gp^ip* MWOMtei WP<1 ot SlM attention SP OiU v- ■ >r, >i !•. < u;-'i ii i/ il ft I- : k4* a" II - ll Or econo mi GOOD TIMES ARE HERE to be the greatest building year in Ameri- according to a survey made by the Copper Research Association of Netf York. .Tip* has e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

"■I" -" : ""■ " 'j'*1--" 1 it '«•/>/. tar *V -W# Witt Hi V'<fSK ■ . toetoi s« the bap- A ban #| i Katherino Welch, 7*0. uiiifl ' ?• of rim Methodist b t- &' ■ A. SUm John street, 4 o 1Mb W^>*. ?« Bland, Fifth and Pine. 3:30. St. Paul', Oulld —. Mrs. Wall, Fifth and Orange, on a corset, a belt1 or a t Sm.ijever" e's never been sick even has had a cold. pj • W ! 7*' \ rnt, ne Itebecah Lodge No. J 'v0, °' * h*U M 7{8°- Circle No. 3 First Presbyterian church — Mrs. R. B. Ooree, 501 Pine street, 3:16. V Circle No. 1 First Baptist churfch Mrs. R. D. Richmond/ 610 Fourth street, 3 o'clock. ' Aid Fldst Christian say the Vei - M£. J, k. Cain**, JO* l^autlfui we* *fa m w <** " Ms# HAimM>AV_. 7% fcloj Shakespeare lousfi. 3 o'clock Mtyslc department fler attire Is <*«£«* ■ ad. Som She owns e never She eats what she likes — by no means nuts and ralqlns alone. Most of hor spare time she spends Ptttjtf doors, on the giope pf Twin Ej^Si "W" ora •" open country £*&*& &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

I, D. C., Jan. 17.— today on tha growipg government picric acid by , road bulldefm. drainage sn- aud others, Sr. Cbanss - K. tbe world'* greatest explo- eagineer/ declsred that in cart- J.. . lohn the picric Add being dla- triboted tinder an act of congrtoss1 'through tbe bureau of public road* }s. the safest of air known explosives. iMDlmt«n4. - by Woulff of Eng- land a* long ago a KM," Dr. Mun ,.fy ro* Sfud, "picric arid Is the oldest known highex tdoslve, and from that •mf day to this ,it has bet-n used con- stantly and safely in the uying of wool and silk e 'golden yellow. The that it; has been so: used (for 135 years in peace-time pursuits is an as- surancethat it Is the safest Of explo- sives/' . v Dr. Munroe la tLe cjjalrman of the committee on explosives investlRa- tions of. the national research coun- cil. He is tht chief explosive chemist of the United State* bureau of mines. and helped to found thai government department fifteen years ago. H« has been consulting expert to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

1mm • v. • j. J f*'S J ,.'<EJ MMMmIH to Klw&MM «««« HUEr .< ( ' _ —-_M| ents Anrthlog i*^S£S,S-t the 11111 |§|ir:«om.. « HKfl Si? tabed or unfttr- •housekeeping apartment! ■ „, P L^ffii liPli -■ ■ <—2—i.— COLORED DINING -CAR WAFERS I. CAIl PORTERS rience unnecessary, yon. Information free, ' ' * Exchange, On** ¥;:1 ¥ 7'S/^'' -J1 ■*• ■ "■ a '" ' • i' • ."unfurnished it. private bath, earner " " Mfti. Geo.' Call. on i-arfct Phone tor Kent: fflSw- ■ W.' P>; •'. ■K^n* S^M'S • ' HB8%$ J Tgtv;:"- ■■na^i I ■flJi#. r ■ i ^ 806. Fifteenth street. •,, ■ii" i in i !,m i ii fV IludroouiH for geatle- all© light housekeeping 912 Main. 11|i'i'n ii..in!• hi ■ y, i „ i J:,, ,, , KING s#32 for furnished or unfur- gll conveniences. , , with garage for rent. Phone 164. • < - clean, comfortable private roonfs, 60c; per week, |2.00. Baths free. alamo hotel. ■PpioRSALE SALE: 9-room houso?wHh lot . 76''k 160', on Western modem conveniences. Will sell be- low value, on "easy terms. Call b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 January 1923

t* "ft i (Continued from Oam) The spoclal scout rally held at j the high school last night was won bf troop No. 7. Troop 3 took second place and troop 8 third. The j motion picture films that were to high school's basket bill jliave shown did not arrive. By lost their lint game of the, courtesy of the theatre management %M on on the floor of the Beaumont thes® Pictures will be shown at the Y. M. C« A. last aight when they 1 American theatre Saturday morning from a tussle with Silsbee iat *0 o'clock. Tickets that were glv« show that from the very America andd emocraey have rested (out and ereato sentiment |L ♦ ~ upon Wo* ot °<*> /'Ha •very hand. ■ Iffl American nattah. together with all cited the present slntstor Influence The mi who < its governmental functions" ar* which is at work tending to destroy school board at the founded ftolldly upon the Book ot tha fundamental principles upon are: E. Ood and urged reading of the Bible which our vsryexlstsncels founded. Rev. W., K....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

I .. VOLUME IX. #1^ ~ Bh tfV ; ' J M* , ~ K M-Vi. a Fis Pal &¥- ' «p[' III jjM > • L 1 SB* M r J, I I P |;>! < ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18,1923.- — 1 -I i—- :— It ttW'.T " : MsE. J 5 • *. b* ¥ PV,v ■P m Member of Hooded Band t French Grabbing Everything in Sight in Ruhr District BASTROP, La., Jan. 18.—B. M. Gray today Wbb charged "by his friend and neighbor Fred Eubanks with being a member of the hood- ed mob that kidnapped Watt Dan- iels and Thos. Richard* shortly tyefore they were murdered Auk. 24. ' Eubanks testifying in the open hearing hero declared he was in one of (he automobile bled up that night while the masked men search- ed for Daniel, Richards and three others. > "When your car was lield up that evening along with the others did you recognize one of the hooded men who stood near your car", he was asked. "Y«s. yes." replied the witness. "Who was the man you recog- nized?" "It was Mr. Newt. Gray." Rufus Eubanks testified to driv- ing Gray to a poin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

jm ROAD ASSURED South End of Proposed Road Has Dried in Re- markable Short Time. Proee$« of drying out of the dump Ott the lower eud of Jefferson coun- ties portion of the Orange-Port Ar- thur road is proceeding at such a rapid pace that its completion within • y«ar has been predicted. Previous- ly. |t was thought by some officials that the road would be delayed be- cause of time required for the dump to dry before surfacing could bo commenced. Now, however, with proper weath- er conditions, there is believed to be little question but what the entire portion pt the road in Jefferson county will be ready for travel with- in twelve months. OraSnge county's portion of this road work has not been begun. How- ever, the county commissioners' court has gone on record as under- taking to complete the highway. The new conditions with regard to Jefferson's county's end of the road "Very likely will have a telling effect on beginning of work from this vnd. Ek i* to 1 >IU | IMPORTANT ACTION ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

'-Vvrv-r-LiJv; '^l-4W:^ :!■ '«v v \' :,\.S'•>!')'> '■: :.;■ : . - M «_ K..sgy ft « MHH mms "on cofnUan" SSI ESI &WJ*S fe Iff* ■ ■ —;"7 ;■' • ■■, is ■<„ bearer Mi 8 t«rdsy. January ||. the girls ■ x.: r--j- Camp Mttdjekeewls net with their0*™* **• *h,ch «*« bo doae oither gu.rdlen.'SSTc. Gr(jg and I <^5S>. *>• assistaat guardlaa, Mia. Helsa .>Nf « W ^ «i «Mond out « the concrate j jr®««er «*«• <* three taoatha voed to Mr*. Spooners woods where,* ri o- 0.0. r- Mil st l:li J First Presbyterian s. B. B. Ooros, 601 f;lS. V 1 FU - Mrs. B. D. t o'clock. AM FMst Christian kin. J. n Oasoss. «•> «:W. V-- *: •- TO BROADCAST PROGRAM The following program will too roodeootod Croat Station WKAL Pri- day emlag, Jaaaary 19, at |;U p. _,.f ';.* ♦• Bridge dab—Mia. aad Third, S (a) Land of Miao — McDonald (b) la the Time of Roa L-.-.— Reichart J. 8. Powell, first toaor; R. P. Tur- pia. oecood tooor; G. M. Usfc > baritone; J. T. Blackauurr, Vocal asu (a> To Teu.^..-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

fTHtJRSDAY, fh28Bih°d *?? are payable in advance. Tkey will be taken OYer toy calls ougl1 courteaJr' but hay* changa^ready when the safer"* . TKL*PHONE 4 «■*.«*. j, iii'jw ^ p)d / ■ ■ j; , IW and second-hand tur- BUS BEFORE BUYING. [0 ▲ SPECIALTY. PHONE and board close Phone a 17. TMENT, convo- 1107 Main, -"*m. q nice front rooms garage. l'hone Phone 177. Itoom U6 THE DEES INSURANCE AtJENCY Holland Building W""'' 1 1 V/t KENT: '"Furnished 2 or ^reom apart ilMmtu. Mrs. D. tfcConiuodale, jOjU Mne etroet. UNU 74 9 fofflurntslied or unfur- tiala'd ihoiiHu)|fep)ug ,> upartuiuuts. Jso garage. 4Qti Green avenue. FOR RENT: '3-iooiu uJifurnUhod apartments, private liath; coruer 4th and Elm. Airs. Geo. Cull. RBi'iiti , !l . • WIST: , Two and four-room fiff furnished or untur- jpply 008 I'arK. Phone 4 166| & Itoom aruk board at v street. Iroows" for gentle1 right housekeeping |> ulsJUed or uufut- if«' all conveniences. L' i--wltli garage for ri4 ♦ ^private rooms, " 0. paths iree. twe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 January 1923

;E Di ! fig .9 ' |l« WM W I Oil BENEFIT wjmf! jMfiat; N*W ORLEANS. Jan. 18.—Bene- 'IcUl effects of regular mill inspec- tion fepon the grades of lumber man- ufactured by subscribers of the Southern Ptne association. shown in the wide discrepancy in the percent- age of lumber pbope ia«d .below grade of no-subscribers as compared to tbat of subscribers, arc disclosed In (be annual report of the associa- tions' inspection department mane public here today by secretary-Mana- ger J. E. Rhodes. Tbe report of inspectiona show- that for the year 1822 of th* lumber Shipped by aaaociatlon subscribers only 12.86 per cent proved to be be- low grade, while of the stocks ship- ped by non-subscriber mills 24.58 per cent was below grade. Of the stocks shipped by association mills .30 per cent was above grade and of those shipped by non-subscribers .611 per cent was above grade. A total of 1.692 claim inspections were made by the department dur- ing 192. Of this number 992 wore for subscribers and 6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

■Si • '.K i,:rS • t * M BEV FtVi 1 ' w [ « Ik t i > A. 1 H r n ' 1 1 R;., El M* III!; |vv 1 - I) i pi* ?.d BSTcij' W>,' ;• T fl#- liwv*. "'* ■its •. qM<*\ 3 1 wki mmm, jmwM 4 rJffl ,',; •- i #V. -:v I r /J,V',V.' '• : ' y.:.- h*s: vi' 'K'v* J HB&n •'■ KRKw,i^- VOLUME IX. A- \ > 'PPPI ?P4 I FRANCE ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 3923. MM H tvm^SfS . k 'iMdaflt L , t. Safer -— ' > 600,000 SOLDIERS UNDbR —pr- LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD PERMS BIBLEREADING Educational Heads Go on Record as Favoring Reading of God's Word in Schools. Orauge city bonrd o£ education i„ "heartily in favor of having the Bi- ble read each day in the schools" and is "willing t|j continue to permit such action'' but it will not pass an order which "would make compul- sory the holding of such exorcise?." And, such is (he expression ol' the board contained in a resolution drawn up and adopted unanimously at a specially celled meeting of the board held at It) o'clock (his morn- ing at the ironic of Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

$ wm -JL • if] v« [ARRISON, Ark., Jan. 19.—Thy government today began an tlon oc vigilant rule which r„,—„ned here with approval of . |**ty officials this week ■v. * A committee from the state legls- also was expected to begin a of the situation, and the lynch- r of B. C. Gregor and flogging of a score of employees of -j M. it R. A. railroad. ®*arri8°n became an armed camp f? *t dusk last evening when word was B>; ■ passed that a hostile force bad or- Bj|i Kanixed at Springfield, Mo., and ai Cotter, Ark,, and was marching over mi the hills to overthrow the mob. Arm- ed guards hastily formed by vigilant 1 leaders were posted at tbe approach- es of the i attack unt: organized. HfflBK ea of the town ready to hold off any atack until reinforcements could be W-, MS Hp, - & %m ■ - mi * Divorces To One Marriage in Oklahoma City m "MUSKOGEE, Okla., Jan. 19. —- Bp $hree divorces to one marriage have been grailted by local courts in the past eleven months, according i*0 Mcowto. } w *• ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

f?f- 1"IOTS? I MP. Jw ; wffi!BHW81IIL - -? 571 WM |K . 'fjffi- TOMM ,WM0"r BBp We Fir,t Methodist . the parts d.y afternoon at l> of Mi*. D. C. Bland, street with a wrjr so ■*' i" ' * W Calendar fflWSf ■ y^nPf, -Pf ^p^-, ' v ^vl/7.: . avak ^ ,.• |ukn club — Chamber of fc r— iF mmsS' J"4** « -«* fcj&Slade. Pine ud Third, S SbkwpMtrt club — Baiter Hwm*. I o'clock. ' .:.$ •- Mu.lc depart meat Woman's deb — Chamber ot commerce 3 o'clock. V:'4 aa #m (traa to an able manner by Mrs. /. m Mestresat. « A round table discussion follow «* . «ld orery one Joined Is airing bar own Idea W • —WW WWT-^ WWWW which WM "The Br 11 TOW «*. r. HUMXMi " Mrs. M. A. Wataon, Mr*. Y. D. es, Mm. W. If. Sella, Mm, J. W. Long and Mra. Voe . Ft' pC1 *• , v v 3,'. ;| J Two musical readings were ren- dered byBUda Yates, and a soac byiTimi'-i^! Mra. J T. Adams. Thesi numbers' were well reeetted and very much ^Svtldtas With India" la the title ot the mission study book tor the new year. ■ Mn Voas favored the n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

srfSSP?? W^m&m ill HARRISON. Ark federal govtirpmeat investigation of vigilant rule which has reigned hero with approval of county officials this week. A committee from the state legis- lature also was expected to begin a probe of the situation, and the lynch- ing of E. C. Gregor and flopping of more than a score of employees of the M. £ R, a. railroad. Harrison became un uirmed camp at dusk last evening when word was passed that a hostile force had or- ganized at Springfield, Mo., and ai Cotter, Ark., and was inarching over the liills to overthrow the mob. Arm- ed guards hastily formed by vigilant leaders were posted at the approach- es of the town ready to hold off any atack until reinforcements could be organized &s si § Ian. i').—The today began an f'V:" , Wjl . ■ j1h ,JANUARY Three Divorces To One Marriage in Oklahoma City ?ORD c to the New York a candidate for the presi- e up his mind whether he the democratic camp. His , and Henry was cradled in neither the republican...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

rap v ii:. I'ip . ■■■■;;. r ;-: • ■'<•■-"•'■ r • N. 19,1928. 4r ~ . mt *'''*&■ ■■&, ■•.> 'V .•*? THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ' HK THIS OLD HOME TOWN Taken as late as 10 a. m. same day's paper. Anything SHSSSLS1 ■£* 10 o'clocJcwlUappwuc toft.' iMxt day's edition. They will be taken over « " XV O ClUCfE W] Classified ads are payable la A 'T* wmm-m |T«I/MWIV IH TT'fl TH—ITTl ,AM9J will bo t boy calls'18 Uirou,!l1 ^ourtasy, b«* b*Te change ready jrhen the fnii„wiA^K«8: °° • Un* tor*Unt*lnsertloni^Be-1aline1 to*all tonowlng^lnserUons. (six words to the 11ns.). tfo ads accepted HUE in, so RNISH Rl^N wltli or k TfiLKPHora 4 ud pa. m—u offl Ehd board close 8$. Phone 317. ' ARTMKNT, conve- 61. 1107 Main. o nice taunt room* jUt garase. l'houe RENT: Furnished 2 or - 3- am apurtments. Mrs, D. I>. Jiiiuodale, 706 Pine street. tO 740 for furnished or unfur- d ^housekeeping apartments, garage. 406 Green avenue. RENT: 3-room unfurnished ap^PUneuts, private bath, corner j., 4th atid Elm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 January 1923

i is §§• \X H w: mm* NANS ISSUES STATEMENT LOCAL SCHOOL (Continued from pago 1) WICHITA FALLS, Jan. 19. j repeating of the Lord's Pirayer is | being (lone dnity by some of tlie | public school teachers. However, jthe practice is not general. i The other two schools of the city j will put into the high 'school the practice of reading the Bible ut chap- el exercises each school day morn- Mrs. jng Two Schools to Act The otser two schools of the city do not have chapel exercises and It would be neccssary to atrange for SI, L. Lamar came to thp defense ot her dead husband's honor tod«} in her first statement since he wa.s shot and killed on a downtown street by Major W. L. Culberson, former... ,, , , , ... member of General Persuing s staff i °[ God ■ Word at a spcc- ln France ' : tfiod time each day. very probably in '•I cannot understand why such a j ^nection wi<:> a^eady existing calamity should strike our' family." openiinR oxorclfM 1,1 ,hp «ndividaul She told the United PreH.-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

' V V >'■; '' ' ' if i ,m 'ML' v. h* mm v ('. '\ GE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, mwm iiWW SKS igjfS !<& 1 'wf '■#®P '■.. a...: ■ u ^ ■ : 18 about " II. 31 ' Wm*mwm way (he Christiana b * MpriwW'r She Finds Son After 58 Years 2 Gets 15 Years •■ §f| Pdttaway, school principal, «f Bible ha* been read in his il tar H years. However, are 4 .Kood many children who t to Fettnwny 'h school. si)?1 m, SOME frank. ■ la at least bo all very well, but we $ AY we •fii m ««ard; o( a feller in Alabama was arrested because be was Frank tn ope town and Henry In an- other;-" ' .v-;- * ■ - ■.W'.'- V'. I-'. ■ •/- Hi NI&T WEfiK is highway week in Texna. It also ic child healfli con- ference in Oranee, Orange oil field and at Manriceville. ■'—~ ' '' '' '' THE FOROb never appreciates nu executive until he is out of town and somebody else has to entertain the loafers. it® A HICK town- ia AHil.tra where the neighbor' brings over a hot loaf of bread whan she hfcs unusually good luck with-' It. ■' ■- ; :i. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

A ■i t ma M. L. of her in her shot andl by Ma jo* ie timber ill Franc; "1 ran calamity | She told |clusiv«> i|j interested Idrc-nu' Latnari Iwass lain! |plaq« of "I do Ifor tli 1b. "| not Urinj Ito see |>1 Ion Major j mMsus llfefl I mm:W[ o up the Bpace here to e them. Anyone this book at the office Superintendent of the Orange } ri Bities and colleges admit r fault that they did esTF* SUNDAY, ——J V ;—: 1 hlrh 'Anlv KeV. 0,U> #•„<*. «*•?. -« $*J K [dents ©rage dii University of WII Practically the entire Orange attended a street meeting in it JFViday night when Briga- Walter Peacock, territorial di- ; of young people's work of tht Artny, together • with Bn- -H.' H. Booth of Dallas, division- people's secretary, conduct- j; brief service on the corner of J3P. Crockett streets. jKteWttei Peacock spoke- briefly valu-j of Christian living. 1. A feature of the service was the tag of Army lasses from Orange, iresses were made, following the meeting, at a young people's meeting...

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