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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

1 ife • J M • jib as* >y. ii§i i jrifcl W&* 1 tfp# jMM • ■1 V ' . «ft! BP If Jf| ' "I'iy . $Mii 3f: w' WM IJfeYf t B|y| HEfaiah fc ;®MJ M,«38tai 'Y«1 yztfk'' j^ffl E% I jja ... : ' " Wwla J Kh JST §&dP> •«. 1 ■■*■■?''-:• : * BSSHK! MfL®'V >1' I?-'1 ••■ Y9* '.7 1®##$#'' <vy ,&■ ■ IM).: . ' e *■*« j} v ■Bis^ •&j^V.'$ 'Y'*V Y'''' msm ,m ,< jr M K w !W I JY«y> Bl ■ -[■■;; a g£ Y • w+'i ■ ■ Kit i/ .,i, i.if1,.lfr.;Ay# in en citgs f~- Mra. >«T •treats, «t three o'clocSfc* Camp . Tehas — lire. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth street, m 3ISO. Y. Tree Neat: ' Blue T: Fmh W1 *■ v Mothers' Department of Wo- men's club — Chamber of com- «M, 3:80.y•T' . ~ WEDNESDAY-— Wednesday Bridge dub — Mrs. Joe Malone, 404 Cyprasa street at T p. m. #r Y. P„ M. 8. of First Methodist — Mrs. R. Loe Davis, 1404 John street, at 4 o'clock. ■ Subscription Dane* — Cham- ber of commerce rooms;' music by Joy Spreadora. THURSDAY— Methodist Woman's Missionary Mciety — Mrs. Frank Brown, 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

New Yotk j •t Saturday and Sunday morning at S«f "CTim&ss'sfc u tli* Orsxtea. Buti. soitolddl aa nrrnnd sl^M *«♦* Member Enitad Pre* Aasociatlon. Uateai In advance: on© month, 00 cent*; oue year f vea: Knlli-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bid*.. cm any erroneous reflection upon tha character, standing or person, Arm or,corporation which may appear la the col Leader will be gladly corrected upon lt> being brought to Of tha publiahera. ot any of The attention Hfo. 4 or 8ft. Norwegian Steamship S 'J ' " n.Mi w*dJ| loudlnglubn- T , ■ mber for Tamplco* She la axpected to sail jab.'23. American Schooner iiope Sber- ' wood—Due latter part at month with canri> of-*BpAK <fltarii> tWhidad for Barber Asphalt company. To load lumber for return Voyage r, mmSm cam 11 TUESDAY, JANUARY; 23, 1923. -!i'V"■'■ :'V 4 'tv i MX* mm TEXAS AS A LEADER -,, were fiffcg^sev«n tyiwshings in the United in Tej^as. lead with eighteen with Georgia second and Mississippi third. Thirteen the persons lynched were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

% mm pi $SBmWm 8E Mm P kisH v«,.o>vw' ■Pilipi ■Ml a «fe4l® m (m ;v AGENCY B^IIPlial C1-1— | iww&jateiy *ith or without garage. Phone * m. .;■■„ -,9. ... . I r,: I" "fiv- - RING 749 for t«r ■ ^wm ied v. apartments. Also garage. 4M Gree^ avenlr- km company's 'e. Ad- Texas' and Milan, streets, . ., for partjtculara. ■ t>V ■■!■ ■' .r ,.t 't\ • "fe'tfSS 3-roora f liiifurnlahed ■Hi0* 4th and Feb. 8 ts U, im ion and imiHI r >. or s 'v.'* ^5 ' ALAMO* J 2Ht K'K«'* " it.: ' , i.,i. f •*• A . • rrRTiT"^ ."i-ww l>II.H'—lll otlce la waB L . £ lip* ^CLEAN EiliM vS 'ifvfJ!)! was®'. Vf/; mlllP TIP ' VA'\ -"V, , v*''-.w >' or*£* '^.11 Willi * ll|llj> fAWlSHOCK; It I HE'LL BE 'A /-M'.-T- ' c v ;$■ ! 9g ■fjjp EH I . 5 V p* i; a^-.V- -A . m" - -Buy Kfe- studio. ..._ . i^HO D£?L)Vca.s WASm^CW ^ I FOR HIS WIFE,, WAS LOST FOE; -7V/0 «©««$* ••;•' v: >t>AY SOM^V/HERK >f&CH AND HIS COAL Out by SpPPES "TIME '-V \ w hl ^ iii k^; ivm' . ; | fcWsa*( me tood«p.tor th©foinlntee I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

HHB _ H:> ifa Stfij ) XNMgHpH! '' ! ' ';■ '",, !' ■ fSxxX':'( 1 I I lll 'll I ►'lr ■ '•'I iS '..■■■■' ' took advantage ot th Br DOS H. H1NGA. - Press Staff Correspondent) „„«AKTA, Ga., Jan. M.—Far- reaching emergency measures to the \spread of ths boll weevil bu developed into an Inter- national menace, threatening tb« nomie stability of tbe world, wilt put into action aoon. according Harvie Jordan, secretary of the Cotton Aaaoclatlon. An organisation of cotton produc- j ''fink, aad manufacturers, federal and Mate agricultural bureau*, and the- leading scientist# of America will '■ be united la a concerted campaign to atamp out tbe Insect peat, which la threatening the existence of tbe j answer cotton industry of the world be which has so far proven baffling. V fta tain ten ' *W4 "tfs A. Bdison and bis pergonal represen- tative. wilt have charge of the bu- reau. He la already at wo^k upup the pergonal and organization of 4 group of trained icieptlstg who will work under him towar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

n M r •:4'! £J3K| I 1 II ■ I ^ i 4 ' ';''v'rV ' M'fm?' r'- Pw^lSlI VOLUME IX. ■MMIMffT 11 ffc >-'i ').-'V!>! ' • , J' • ' Mmmr mmrmm ', :■*' -J ' '' A:).*' V-*. i:\if ;'„ . <*:>>' k- • 'SV -V« <••'• '• ■ | 9%m\ j> j ..... mfimm h(IK <;i ill" ji^y i''1 ? ^ifiiii 01 ™SB B KM* IH« m ,a<. iMk i % n£F/ "ml "II r- I 1 1 ^ Hf&A m WMMt J'h:, BKii -"inn 11 TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Do your Easter shopping early. 4lR. merchant, If yon want to know what's going on, be at the retail merchants association'apodal meeting tomorrow night. It's going to be something you should know about. AND, THERR is no excuse for any m^n hugging his fireside Thurs- day night. There's a general meet- ing of the membership of the cham- ber of commerce scheduled for that date, too. Highway situation and othei; important topics will have the floor. ALL THINGS come to him who waits but there's one thing coming to him who akatfs. SAD, BUT true, is the fact that no book Is called a liar as of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

.. ** mm ®y?'.'' */Yws B*U> ,ju_ — IVJ 200 Local Child- \ken Examined at Red Cross Health Confer- ence in Lutcher Mem- orial Hospital. Oh the third final day of the child conference in Orange. being under direction of u the , welfare department of the p: a*.* eonomic extension service, children had been interview- examined at 8 a. tn. today. ore'than 100" were expected to be enrolled in ihe.conference.during the Tomorrow the conference will be at the Presbyterian Hut In field starting at 9 a. m. mpaifTed by their par- lie examined throughout there. No registration was in advance of the confer- and the parents are expected to children to the hut without advance notification. ,W*s being conducted ords taken at Frances hospital today. Drs. slid Ban- were conducting ebduniafcttons. while Mrs. Ml*. Lee Woodworth, Mrs: H.* rJ. b, I*'eompfflng | and <;onductlngK-i the P* clinic roopi ley, state "welfare id. Miss JL Wett Orange ceunty health, pufsc IVlcetd parents ta ron- * ued *WJ, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

k '}'■ : ■'! , -•>•"! : > &§ p\>i& a, ; S-! , t.'.'ti ;-V:' ' * ■ • - SmMt K jTT " card , • i ^TMt'eiO WILL" v J ON WMICU JIM FISHER,. DROVE A CONSTRUCTION ENGINE . A' ' \¥$ '•'• >Vwiw^^yr/iiAfti-' -v;-^(§ ' V V ■:! Nmmbmr 4 I , . I 1 lust 1 mp« Ills lint Job with the «.vmpanv Htm pinning a construction engine a trock-layinir tol near Maple on a track-layin Creek in Baskatchewsn in $lfe 'diMMfa mm J > ■ ' ils ' r>* : M, ■jm $ .lafaii.fi,, Wjfiflrtyu? K% ' : Inesday Bridge club — Mn, 404 Cypress street at Y, P, M. 8. of First Methodist church — Mrs. R." Lee Davis, 1404 John street, at 4 oiclock. Subscription Danoe — Cham- ber of commerce rooms; music by Joy Spreidors. " ^ THURSDAY— Methodist Woman's Missionary «oclety.- —" Mrs. Frank Brown, 811 Fifth street, s o'clock. Wpman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church — At church at 3 o'clock. Gleaners' society—Mrs. E. W. Brown, Jr., at18:30.; St. Paul's Guild — Mrs. W. P. Worfleld, Eighth and Main, at 3 o'cloc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

>% : 'imuvv' m m W9-'m * United frcoi mij. I r"* ! —: if? la advance: one month, M oenta; one year fft, epresentatlvea: Kniil-Burke. SPHS1k - : — liic„Bi>okaw Bid*., City; lis South Michigan Bird.. f>7' : * jracter, standing or reputation at any amy appear In the column* of The corrected upon 1U being brought to the attention IMP >%■'* a 91 1■ U>. ppoa mi5-iWSa6$atoi HHMgr r> JANUARY 24, *$#)>. J.V bus dr vo^Lciotis n of wojtfs frowt a ta?c ago has cost the State a v^riiiors i and y-lawfl and enforced them only OtbJ and'it was only last Wf^tofcnk* * '. (nri $ n r *. •, r vJ • " ■ . ; •*<>' f . lawrare ps^sed and then no it after a l&pse of seventeen e& whert he rei^l I Texas hjas iieen rs b. . li-k-., v THE ■ ....l.;. IS A GOOD TIME TO PRAY m **■*<- ***£>4.0 MM ■!l|i::-f~ fsnari ; 1 181 § ilSf| WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24,1923.' 7ft -r— ! ♦'♦♦ + ♦ ♦♦ ! ♦♦ * * « 4t « « ♦ ♦ |L *■ * • « >*♦« « f • « « ' * * ' V* {Information Furnished 6y W. U. trbm Tr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

m * 'S. as 10 A. m. «>li IH T \.^i',v" V? Mght , housekeeping §^aveBf?ncee. &0** «•#' :« I close (St; ^is i ;•■■'■ <3 i^mir" «wn any m '> '$ vlPhpiie #17. r; JBNTf Tumi nice front rooms '■$1* 'Ami ' „ :l Maik with' truck t9 die T*as Bread . company'« .. or wjthont garage. Phone '*•■: j, ■ „;,'' ,, INT: 3-room unfurnished apartments, private bath; corner 4th and Elm. Mrs. Geo.1 Call. [tt9U*-roum ^furnished ot unlur- . 608 far*. Phone flENT*; ^edrooma for gentle- fTr. ala$ light housekeeping 812 "Main. V . a. FURNISI k\V>w 1« ■ ■ w ■■ .'r'j, ,'$'v .1 m 1 ll^«- i w1" wSBtr -h it ■ 1- iPtMtig • . \ ^ BL * ■ or unfur- venlences. garage lor vate rooms tree. —ff-n-7 tyr*-* e Star • v v «n>b , Notice Is hereby given that sealed ' bids.Will be received at the office of IfOth Miss^E?/ iA; Gablq, Loq Studio, opposite Hebrew Cemetery lw'u";w"' ™c"ve" "l vn" °",ce "l Nwthdfcldlggtf ,rthe fcobnty Clerk, of Orange County, ' ' ' up until 10 o'clock a. m. February 1 batteries use ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 January 1923

*A — _ to IMS DALLAH, lift. of *11 parts of Tex- bere today to attend the 'tahiversauy convention •f the TPtww Hardware and Impjo- entertainment features Ion with the celebration "•liver anniversary" of the have been planned and .1 of prominent business men the program for Addrecaoa Irst address van to be eft Sam •f, 8nn Aogfcto, president ot (©elation. Other speakers ln- Col. A. B. Tabor of Dallas: Aromball. president "of and Phillips Hardware com- PW of Dallfta; J. C. Duke, advls- hoad of the John Deere Piow company; Col. R. L Peniek of ; John W. G«rby of the Cy- N MM.Pence company of Wankegan. ||§f|M dent of the National Hardware asso- ' III-; A. Heltman, Houston.-presi II ■" I'B, A. Mc Kinney, governor ot tr the federal reserve hank at Dallas; Harry G. Black. Galveston: Hamp Williams, rice president of the Na- tional Retail Hardware association; D. K, Cason, Nacogdoches; Donald McDonald, Jr.. secretary of B. F. Sons of Louisville, Ky.; Leslie or Sherman. convention will last thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

I 1 r'V1 ,< FMH „bL glfS n Ifi m Mm. BBWE „... ORANGE, TEXA8, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,1928 .lWii|4l|l.lin'.. -.p.. "| ■«.... 1111 I.I J. :,mt„ .. II .1,11 .iTlilril ■ I ''| III' . lit. II V HI Willi fjl |ll I .11 III," .. I-I I. . I li, I ' .. .11 ;'i>#j|^g3^a ia^B8MEPaBaSsat iia^gFi-^^asafelflEEBagaSS^^'SywRaEggfc^'^^^-y : . -.v ■■ ■' - | liillM a®. i tPMI- % -MW^S i ' SS8 !Ili ffi&m ■Hlffl $ f ' " ■ >■ gitr1*'1?' ■ itv 11' -'J MPPPP1 %r >WJ||nBmw MBo 'f41 ifwl P-f. AINEDBY OFFICIALS m mg^ap ESSEN, it® 3J*t' JSte KB&V ■SP* Psfe-N1 tfiV. SliS 5#^ • a Jan. 26.—A general strike of all German railway work- ers in the Ruhr is reported to have begun today. ■ Tightening of censorship by the French military authorities shield development* , even from, corres- pondents in the occupied area. Rail JrOffic has been practically at a v standstill since 10 o'clock last night. The newly occupied area is cut ( off not only from the reBt of Qcr- ' many that, lies to the, east, north...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

y.?" '!'■ v'rfU'j! i'-*53' v' w^PsSBB *&?■* !■ ■'-■.' vK vvfc"cV' ":^s ■'1T jr.''"'■'Vv''fi i&H'- *<X >■• 'I.&SM.- ■>.. •' ^ ; - o *WWW^$!n rnrrtr ad a *ir*m nAtrv tva THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER mQ';'1 lotariaiw WiH Entertain wit Author and •; Public Ad- to be Given Here. the efforts of prominent i, members of the Orange club, Harry F. Atwood, one '* well known authors farm speaker*, will visit next Tuesdayk January 3©tb «w Orange club has m|tfev r&ngements tor Mr." Atwood .present at' the regular weekly luncheon on Tuesday and also y for Mr... Atwood to speak at the First Baptist church Tuesday night, his cubject being "Orderly Progress or Chaotis Dial ruction—Which?" ; The expense of Mr. Atwood's ap- |, pearance^in Orange is being borne by members of the Orange Rotary dub and there will be no charge to bear bis lecture at the church, fc*ery mas, woman and cbUd in Orange is ^ cordially invited to be present upon this occasion. A special musical pro- gram will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

Itsmrnisai SP#i :".'f tS1P&5$w' tin it ;;.4Tv#sW •Efto"'. I i.; \ & ' ?<&££ iPk-M.'r: ' 58FEKtiJI^iuH^ A* MethodistWoman's Mtoaionary Km. Frank Brown, I Fifth street, a o'cloc*. f:™™™,,4^ Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church — At church at 3 o'clock. Gleaners' society—Mrs. E. W. Brown, Jr., at 3:80. Paul's Guild — Mrs. W. F, Warfleld. Eighth and Main, at 8 o'clock. Woodbine Rebecah Lodge No. 108 — I. 0. 0. F. hall at 7:30. , Circle No. l First Baptist church *— At church at 3 o'clock. FlUlJAY— . , Literature club — At home of Mrs. Lutcher Stark, Pine and Tenth street, at 3:80. SATURDAY— Shakespeare club — Bailey House, at 3 o'clock. Music Department of Woman V — I .AIM JK tHUWD \TTKX1) mttvu . • % unusually large crowd of people enjoyed the delightful dance given by1 a number of the club — Chamber rooms at 3 o'clock. of commerce , of Orange in the Qhatn- ber «f commerce rooms last evening. & wg indeed a lovely scene, with tj c pretty young, loldes gaily attired ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

SfsPK® SSplllk * except Saturday and Sunday t by the Orange Priuttef Coin] JtU tf. mCHMONJJ. moral** it fitwet by the Orange Print^* • r.v_ '' ^uH Orange, Taj**, poatofflce as aecond-elaas matter. MM p^wiffl if IflHfc f,,' ! T'; SB11I IB Member United Press Aisoclatloa. rew*« •-. ... PtfiS''$%rX' In tdnamt on uwmUv 50 cento; one year 90. «™,, ftfli«t*eattttt *B; Knlll-Hnrko, Inc., Brokaw Bid*., Broadway. New York City; 132 South Michigan Blvd., reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any cur corporation-which may appear In ttra columns of The corrected upon its being brought to the attention fe'iia?;.'.':.-■■ v- *>:rr:' .Iin' 11, -i n i ,n,i 11 1.1.1 EJ, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,1923 ■ i4 ■■.' ■ ' I?,' AU Departments: Ifo. 4 or «fc - ■:m Mas ^fiki tetfcods: r,.- >?' " .V. VP! best way to get business is tol go out after it. *e qkt saying that "everything comes to him who its' no longer fits; in this day of advanced business Before the days of the steam rail...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

ii m i^'y- LotSSI ■T >KZVlWl ?r^5i ,;'.V V. • J HI IB®i i|Hr tfttP Aft 1 ' .1 II j^iJ^JI^I(P^aj|ll!i I " .■■--■ ,. \ ' -■ ",- v> .-■■ '•; • - i®fc ' ■ ' £fr«i^*«cagMr1 gag.; $*)'■ ", fBjy« Uyr D , | I "B m'k';: <f M if mM '; ' ' h^ripjf L*'*yrf,,• V> {ilwt f« M■; '■' lifMt* • v< ■ * as huj'iftSf'■. "& ;■ ? mmm ■■■>■■ m- 7^''tpr^'■■■'■■'■■! Pr,feS®!f i .' V. - , / ■ .< run miiT Mp «ar#ge. ' Avm MiRer's Cash §tcre, or call 714. • ■ - ■■■ ■■•">■■' FURNISHED APARTMENTS, W W^I': reniences and fuel. 110? Main! I^V^Phba® 313; :§9iif hwSS^' " 'I *'«!'|iifr('iii>iii> |'i 'i|'ii■' K','^ FOR RENT: Light , housekeeping • rooms With conveniences. '1006 roQBJJI,; H • ,. Cypress or Hog 745. • PS1 F0R RENT: Room and board close . In, 804 Front St. Pfcoue 3lT. :*.',''lfljjl!1 .'i'li*!'-?1' jft n'-Hi- -"-f, ^jpNiwna oo t l*th St., lor all d second-hand fur GRATING A SPECIALTY. PHONH '.* '• y°i, .">.i ;,*•'• '" wk*.••Vf; '<*m*t"? .0 •-'' •* PfP's^s. *■" . 1 11 '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 January 1923

—'■■f* i',Jbw w %iii>>(ii# >4«W^jh*i #.*>i' 14 i^yn> nA' mffim ■ .>• ";■ ,"V;:V,; —.—., LOCAL C. OF •;•> •'. * ? '\ ';'}''! (Continual 'from pmg* I) i fcfyf'i'jL . ijfe .Sp "Iris WHO HER finantsibg l&dttosuiou bat #U uimlter ably against federal control of Urn schools. • ' ' ' ;V*" Tho, committee appointed to lock into t$e stilting of # tomrarrtlng do partment la the chamber of .coin? j merce, reported today they wero con- lii CL . II r\ I «Wering recommendations for a ly OftOOtS Man wn suitable man to handling forwarding For Alleged As- bu«,n<*« to Orange but would not Ik> llSSii Scenes in Ruhr Invasion .y> 3 SSIafnfl 'W ssf!. m «R sW wiflw sMMfe rMffll. ISw JAN. 25, 1923. La#1 v f < With Arm. — Baby Ms! able to make a report until next in Thursday. *!>:y The slogan cpramtttee, which con- sidered the entrfaBs jn the city slogan t t Jan. ts. with a contest, in which the chamber ot in her arms Mrs. W. B. .Til- comn,erc® oftereH an award of f H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 January 1923

■ r|jHW wsi , $81 l +- S3 I «ra I I M m m:. mm? iS rani m "X' mt &lu b w isifiL- imim mmm 9y5 . ■ < - ■mmm> M^IHy. $ I ■&w p Considerable* comment had teen caused recent- appearing W':3fhei''Ja6ad4i'' ©one, ,f fng-the open hearIng^el4|t Bastrop, La.,>hi was called by Governor Parker to investigate the ofthe belies of two men which were re-, covered from i ilefcrby lalfe/ The management- wishes to take this means q*. stating that 4his*; paper-carried strictly thes news sent sout out by its press association—the United Press. , No attempt was made to play up any particu- lar angle of this case. The writer of this squib personally does not place any credence on tout a Very small part of the testimony that was gent out on the wire. No doubt over-zealous prosecu- tors and correspondents of the press place too much credence on certain parts of the testimony and overlooked the fact that, the major'part of the testimony was hearsay and from unreliable sources. ■'.! . / \ In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 January 1923

Fairbanks Out- Work of Movie in an Inter- jkNGKLES, Jan. U - Win 1* not iv> "iwllfter oil the 7. but the official ttpJ>ouKlas Fairbanks. , ||ks' declared Hays should 2| to the public that he .000 not as,the movie*' sronc but as th« mm w nuth who ciui f * "Hays Mi nothing to do with the -jbt or morals of the industry," de- clared Doug. "He to simply the .^htred intermediary or fixer doing tue "work of the big motion picture pro- ln meeting the public. *• * has dose fine work, espacial- V- , * iu straightening out the censor-' But a good deal of caa bo avoided if the public —„ that he has not been hired as --'.'M 'SaliftCT. I told Hays this when here last month, i greatly |Haya as a man.'' KB is the Night of Baptist Reception Indications are thai one of (the crowds ever Of any kind at the First aBpti •Church will be present this evening $j§ 'or the annual reception to members . 'who were received into the church ^family during 1*12 and up to date kta year. The affair will begin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 January 1923

r the Oram* Texas. postoMcl M' • ' l(r^w'^Wff5PW(f visited Pre* Association.,^ 00 MOtet two w 00, inc., Brokaw Bldg., Ill" 121 South IBS Representatives: r. New York Ottrs i reflection upon Uti character. standing or reputation of any Arm or corporation which may appear in the column* of Tl e gladly corrected upcn Its being brought to tha attention "T ■,;; ■ * ''f' *' •' No. 4 or BS. $?*•&.' 1.. ^SPfflBW mmr . i; "f* -« i" 8$ iE v ,Y, JANUARY 26, 1928. / 9M TO KILL wmVW. iam Gibbs McAdooc flavors adequate federal ations for launching a campaign ior' eradi- in* the bo« W€ mk ' In a recent address, he declar #* is mofet imjiortahi that the federal goveffiment ze the fieed of eliminating the-weevii pdst from ■offi^daqf the South. Theek, his ttprda:. fhe seutherii farmers and the ritafasin the* toittofi t are tyup&s are 1 iompply knowledge that has tefi* gained' b£ pa*y be debauched oy the federal government endia^iirlancial aid for the destruction ofipests«^}|i<^ >y the c...

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