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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

\ WMi i rlmM bwW:M I "-.wMSBR flKK-frf?. Iraii ifoWKW ^^ « %.-■ ■ V I Orange is on itinerary of Steamship Company Orange IDENTIFY , TODAY® HAPPY thought: In- come taxes aiul outgo tttxeu get our money coming and going. LOOKS LIKE we were going to ,1i#re to put up a sign •1 Insurance Agents Stay Otit Untfl After Working Hours*' io thlB office. An employe bought 'brand HH yesterday, and has enjoyed the com- pany of several insurance men's vis- its today. (He said he W09 going to let the t nsurancq man who adver- tises h ve the policy!) ■ f * 18 ORANGE Port gotting widely known? The answer lies in. an Im- portant. news dispatch from Wash- ington wiiich will be found on Pago One of this Issue. Just; think of What has already come to Orange on the strength of 30-foot water. , ' ye EDITOR received St note from a messenger today requesting him to meet "Broadwky Hose" at tjte cor- ner, of FKth and Front ptreets. Tues- day evening at 7:30. Anybody know her? (Everybody wll| know her bet- ter ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

'v I tPlgSl j gm WBm wpm I •ft' Hiy'i ®trf ,, —„ Hrunla, tfca log ■hows her to have touched the world over, has reached i , liw place. It Is the Car % Steel com- of tfce 5,000-ton type, * the Orange Car & 'Mljm the Fair Oaks i Ship company of New York, mSL. v'. ■ 13 I ^ti^' W* i'. ■■ " ■ J *■' ?M_ _ ^ ^ ■ S THE ORANGE DAILY —: I, —;—;— IIm (Continued from l>ge One) water and was so It. It waa 'be didn't however had recently bought the vessel the United States Shipping The purchase price to the ■ board was 1900 and the j^tndled through the I tank. The consid- eration^ the l«it sale was not dl- n was National first Uttoug] Instance, tht h the federal t volged. In the ! tship waa sold court by a United States -marshal Tbe estimated cost or construction f tbe Hyannis waa nearly $1,000,- 09. She waa built by the* Sloan IBhipyard at Taeoma, Wash, for the |J. S. Shipping Board. „ . Tbe 'furnishings, silverware, brass trimmings, etc. as well as tbe engines JJ a&d other equipment ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

c ' ' Li \- SMmdShl* -% Hi ~ " hmmmmhI BBm fell Kv||t' P)- Mai Rmlll'i 1= SOCIETY DEPARTMENT _ Tmhphan* Nmmbtr 4 mrnm* RM • - M* ■ |V;'^ ■'/' 'M ml '•} ■ ' cv, Social Calendar FRIDAY— ( , Literature club — At Uome of Mm. Lutcher Stark, Pine and Tenth street, at 3: au.- SATURDAY— General pieetinK or different departments of Womanclub -- Chamber of commerce, at 3 o'clock. ' -u ' is" ■8$ - tSBB : i#i i 1#:( ■■ W'\ < lift MM fmM:, t f Wmtf.' BM JM-W ■Jffe —igg ' mk to * ALSK HA IK IN DEMAND—- Some prices may have to come down, according^ to statistics and market reports, but one commodity hag gone sky high within the last few months—false hair. • X v And the most overworked class jnets which onaUie the bobbedhairoi jgli l tc. achieve the effect of long hair [ without a switch, provided she is clever about curling her hair." These net* are made In varying styles, ranging from those whirh en- tirely envelop the coiffure to dainty ! little seml-netH which are worn slm- f ply to hold the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

• " ■' i ' ■■■ tx&i['r'iim ftti'll ftv: t 20 aa •ecoud-clMt 11$# MM" .'•*w 50 ceuta; c«, Brokaw upon tho character, standing or reputation off any ration which may appear In tin columns" of Tho corrected upon tti being brought to the attention W ; fi GE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923. ""I 'I ■ Mill-I , 1, i g FORD MAY TURN. r Ueorge W. Norris of Nebraska is one of critics of Henry Ford" and time and again unced the Ford Muscle Shoals proposal as a He bit of duplicity and self advertising ob the Of the billionaire manufacturer. l^irilM^ilorris' term expires in 1934, aiid he will t e idate fpr re-election, There is a. Ford organza; Nebraska, a farm Jabor political organization pto Ford and thousands of independents who tier Ford to Norris. This so-called wizard of ■est may cut a wide swathe in the election, two hence.. . :£t. >v ■ ? <*,;*?•*.;<ft yAL *-\ a. * J-*r: c ?v* i v. 3 -w !\ IMff t —0^- -**A- "k •& NJT* * V ftp OF THE DOLLAR. ,< ishiugton says th&t o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

W":M m.WF + . Hi at ■ I ' k , imm ■•mm. >0 WW i '0tjf€i iff V*« ^ a®'! w ■% I . it :^M W ■ ■ JL* THE OBAtiGE DA ,■■ ' . ■' n . . ., i , ,\ —|..<p«i i'VB •' ■ x p > 'jmm m y*m s p R A; ioF^Sai acoeDted *« wiSS^kH®;.^;l,i. ... ■ ;/.: Modern Vtb •We. Mailt V^,#r loomJtad. v.v.v .-sc'TttoM >'«...; Updroqnis lor gentlo- W* light .]■housekeeping, room*. >11 Mailt. 4 * # . r ' -V; #32 lor furuished or (unfur? room* Willi all conveniences. • ' n.0\ i- f- , r ',„ , I UOOty .villi Karaite lor Frederick A^Cook With Some Gin -11TU, V Feb. -2.—-"Doc" _ Mmf A. iCook of * f/orth Pole ,fain6, now an' "oil producer was held under a bond, of ,$500 here to- day following-his ; arrest at a hotel here iuut ulght when he, was charg- ed. with, i havins "fS pints of gin in V J H I m-MM Phone 164. I, comfortable; private rooms, 60c; per week, *2.00. Baths free. ALAMO HOTEL. forsale M PLANT a garden. F6nce posts foi , Wfty 014(0, DUNHAM, Green Ave Npamrr/H '• *" ' >1 . i '• • Ni- -s, ;i>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 February 1923

Vi :*a£A « mmi i? Wmi &Ki L. FABRKIJ. /'j Hl«ff Correspondent. Feb. J - Eddie Col- second baseman of the te Sox. probably win i a New York uniform er in the Now Yankee u?sN9@5c m:-* r, r t laving put over the deal last with the Boston Red Sox for JPWWock. southpaw pitch* Yan*C ..fosses' are now hot «tft« * * * •* \ t to m . v' %. Demattl of Kid Gleason for It OS Watte floyt along with Ward Meusel for Collins, held up the completion of the deal for a time, bat bow that Pennock has been ac- quired to work regularly, Hoyt no doubt %ill be sent along to Chicago. For - Pennock the Yanks gave _ ,T,„nk Chance. Norman McMillan, , an in fielder; Oeorpo Murray, a fe'|v|p« .promising young pitcher, and |:g;V,;Citnp1 Skii |Ber, a f^jir outfielder. 111$ New York thinks it the worst deal ever'made ih baseball and con- elders that It gives Harry Frasee jMSTpetual ojwnersbip of the cham- pion David Harum at all weights. Considering the policy of the Yanks, the -deal does not mean that the "payi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

>'s I Vv 1B9R SHI mm iwW| iH mm;m (mmmM H| Still m 7Tiy*4i JtHml 1 ■ • '•> i •'Yr-\'r \X'W--&*iim ' .'I'/V'V1.'..?1;1" >vj|n|i.'j. OLUME IX. '".V -i ,SUNDAY, FEBRUARY lU.vm* mmmwf. y®?*' K'^.¥36< ■ KWMm 1 ->.^.^..L-AiV-.afo -.' > ■, . ; :■/. •■■• ■• ..-r-'n.' . -. .) ' ■ 'vVia1: >.!: ■ «■•'>,' :i£zkvtf','. -i f- .vy'ty;* •t'AV.V Number iii nil hi > Swm inwiM.i im i.wi ...t ii'i i V1" ■' "' "* :•« ■ JJ'V '?•* 'IK , • . :'■• #4§f#yfeVdfrA- m'.-r - jwtiwWa y . ■ • - _ y-i.i iiiin i,i. m iftjiji «•■; l;.vr'. Federal Agents, Officers and (ice Join in Widtyi Raid on Liquor of the city. ii,3m 'V/f&V French Arre$t High V German Off QOBLENZ, Feb. 3.—H<jrr Germany's president of tho province, was arrested today linemdi- Evidence Plcarard visiting after Enl?>- v Contrai mmm Hl^^oPP'SiPPiHHPiiPliiVVVVPPiWPP^ I ( ^cent developments and contra- statements |n the testimony of some of the complaining witnesses has resulted in the complete exonera- tion two o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

•' '*,' ' '. ' 'j''' ' '* ' mIIIS rasR f HHM rv- < - 4 I ft i At Last Isolate fADf, N. Y.. Feb. J.— t announcement of Simon N, Jpt the. Rockefeller Foundu- t-that physlcUns have discovered influenia genu, srlen •are now\ working on an auti- to chock the lavages of this Flexner gave credit for the to Dr. Peter Gtes and Dr. If of the Jnstltute who are said iMfjljferc spent years at tha work. " Their investigation has resulted in the " discovery of a previously un- known germ which is present in the t^r«at daring the first 36 hours when influenza sets in. Holden, Lee Shepherd, John , L. Papeete, John Martin, Jim LaBove and Jim Moss, and all made bond with the exception of Shepherd and LaBove. Warn a Weary Day. . When interviewed last night Sher- iff Helton sat! wearily la his chair at tha courthouse, and whoa asked if he had all of 'em caught yet, said "Ian t that enough tto land In one day?" It appears to(be ample sufficiency. Just last week about sixteen stills were seised togethe...

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

\ • .• • . 'v if. wmfflffimmammmmi use v?* wu .iifefi U'i | Jim 3 IfflLlZa' T wa^nKNI mi m.m& ' M ■*&.:':■ * gWHB ' ; MliW Op- fliatifl Hi ompare, contrast the 4ra- tmant by the ancient m" ral m m§ •• . < n'\ ,-.r :A\ ' 41? SSTii a1, 'fe- IB l': 41 "V, ' is.* •..v.. _ "ff.1 . ", '."".V '. & Social Calendar mond4t|tf-" n :,;:;v [£ PWS Brldge Club — M . H. Lutcher Brown, 711 Qh>en ave- nue at 8 o'clock. U Public Library — Chamber ot commerce, 2:30 to. 6 p. m. Degree ot Honor —* Odd Pel- low#' hall at 7:30. Camp Hadeco — Mrs. R. Lee DaVls, 1404 John street at 3:46. Camp Mudjekeewia — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 608 Sixth street ot 4 o'clock. , . Tuesday— Tuesday Bridge Club — Mra. Will Coyle, 610 Pine street at 3 o'clock. . * ' Camp Tehas — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 100S Eighth street at 3;$0. Oak Tree Nest — Blue Bird*— Mrs. T. C.' Ford, jrifth end Elm. at 4 o'clock. ' %J Eastern Star Masonic hall at 7:30 . wednesday— Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. W. W. McGar, at 3 o'clock. 'Fortnig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

. ,'V ' " ' ' i ■ ' J':' V : '*:*$■ y jSp;fatey- - Mm ^ 01,^ t>n Frldgy evening, February 8 day school class Ip^S boi^g all day church held * servl* ,jp. the dmrch Thursday, i meeting at the'horns Garments will be made tar Buck.- Colburn. Friday «ren- ner 'a Orphan Home. S *Aki «f .• * ,OT#wv ■ 6 wii P '«loyDLnJ n r H the •el music, takes, si Loyal Men's Bible class meets "-^'jj Jellyert if-" « I«U are 1W% member e Phnrcbj you ace Invited aud injured "PPJ * * ? :;< ':'.i HfflfrtkV fi 1 .ii.slii. i X 1 - ' ■' ---■ — -■**', ,. - - - • 1 MMF y.'v f*/ j - H fe/i S; " r.: _ ', • ': la p. 8 V' m,mm the month, W#M lit® p. m- M*h &g A abort business aeaalou wai held, and the class UevW5a into four Jtnsman, Mrs. E. A. Stobard, Mrs. theWlneaa, the folh tii>QcAni wai rendered: - V Pl*no Solo—Mrs. c. A. Garrett. ?•# • SoI^t-Mrs. I W. '" WBm ^ <*orge McCracken. ^ M«utfcsl Selection—Mrs. Charief the program, Mrs. Cellar" r> 4 t >err#tf * tempting salad courae, h( ! ' chocola...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

- ■■Ml ft*? ^vT^Ww,-. rcfrfm time-be would be unkble todiscuss any, detallsof any propositions that may be consider* d. * : "• :" !_ - *7*1 „ THE ORAN( < m,' y* ■ ■ ■ in 11 * f —"T" ,„■," n, , I .4mf Adeline Was j; Sweet To Them— -—I—* . , j AO o GATESVILLE, Feb. 3.—"Swe-e-t county Ad«-o-o-line!" The old bar room th port of Orange «• <! ai^Kaa/I i LONDON, Feb, 8 feature of the Ruhr occupation . 4a that this ia the flrat time the Ger- mans have stood up'* David <Llejrd George, former premier of Great Bii- taio, declared In an interview, thto evening. :' .JWPI . Formerly, Lloyd George pointy chamber -of commerce—Just write j out, the Germans gave ^ay. Whf® )range slogan by an Orange qltVzon tp bo4! t Orange and S&ock in Cameron cam; wolves 1 f. ' & Wt/'i ' ' * OKLAHOMA j'eb. " melodle ashoed and re-echoed j , vL,^., you have to *do~to re"- IkeAiivVniit tVia inil hf fA tlv u' ^ ^ . throughout the jail here recently., ap aw-af(J of m from tho _ a . , . , ® chambe^ynif c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

as mm' WW# #ia®' ®P|1w^J¥pP Kral'; .vti BI ~__ J — ■'■ hi m ' i VOLUME IX. S5*SiP- ':,v?;3i|5W mk m mmm ^mmm^k hhhmmi ' •' •<*&■ - mmm.mmM r# . •* ■ «/v. ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1923. MiiQ* bbb£ The Inside Story of Clara Phillips Escape From Net of Detectives and Mexicans ft* 1 PSv 1L Ji'' | :M/ :u ilS -/m Es , ' jf /.' ■ 1 m B:'' W-;M. ■ H I I H p' kMi - ((Vipyrlfgit) LOS ANOL'LES, Fob. 3.—Tho in- eido story of tho negotiations for re of Clura 1'IiillipH, escaped Her murdoroas, \va.i revealed to- day. Before this wr.uian. convicted of beating Alberta Meadows to death with a hitnimor, fled from Juarez to the interior of Mexico plans had boon made with the district attorney's of- fice here for her unofficial deporta- tion to the United State*. Mrs. Phil lips w:ib under survoilan eo in Jn a re/, and was to he put across tho Rio Grande by paid advent urern in eec- thnngf> for tho release of three pris-j oners held in Los Angeles—Herbert j Uribo, 25, hiti wife Katha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

ilk m , ■ y«p v p ' EIGHT, r ) 1%' ■fift It '• & i%i',' JS? ®v W JSi'M l|§'; i:: Biff Tfflfepr IfM# ste ■ffira rV w. I# K sp$i>. lay' M tjr.-. K* Bp ■ Jl I, *//£ ORANGE VAIL Y LEADER v^?' "■ «^_ ' ;l? % ." '" w 'f' ^ •vary afternoon except Saturday and Sunday moraine at XOi . __ a, Front Street by the Orange Printing Company. SMITH, JCdltoi. R. A). RICHMOND. tfuainaaa Manager. 'yNmXffi'jS':.. - . - JBntered at the Orange, Texas, postofflce at aecond-claaa matter. Member United Frees Association. la advance: one month. 00 centa; one y<*r 90. Advertising Representatives: Knlll-Bwke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., and Broadway, New York City; 122 South Michigan Blvd., 111. erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any >n, firm or corporation which may appear Id the caluniM at The er will be gladly corrected opon its being brought to the attention the publishers. telephones: All Department*: No. 4 or 81 QRANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1923. FATHER OF IRRIGA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

V , £.v •• •' iV^; ; r; Y"' ':- ^ v >v . ' ' v ^ # ,* sESft-ffife.V-'. ? •' ">• •> • ■:. " • 1 '* • ■■ : ^>93^BP^nMHwflrcnun|hmio9_ /SUNDAY, FEB. 4, 1928. i *' . " - HS^^j BT* /; r ffHlS OLD HOME TOWN / ill the orange daily leader :v 'I ■ I 'I I II ill M Taken as UU u 1« t. m, Bomlnf in OUuifled the phon. in alter 10 a' W. hjdi ' Trr-3. Gr^- - UT i •l ir« pan £ ona through «o boy call*. x .. RATfiUJ; lOo a line (or'first Iniefftuiit^ls Jor^^uiTuJ"" ABI* '0nU * **f a« aoqeptad paper. Anything next day's edition, will be taken oyer ready jrben the TBLBPHOVSi <m«| >«. «*§ i FOR RENT N*. RlN.Gi 853 lor modern apartments, i or without guruge. •"\VJfQR UKNT:. Newlj papered fut- pished light housekeeping apart* ineijt. Modern throughout. Very reasonable. 803 Main, phone 302. •i. FOR RENT: Light , housekeeping rooms with conveniences. 1006 £yyress or ring 745. FOR RENT: Room and board close In, 801 Front St. Phone 317. ■m v> - if® « I f $ FOR HENTJi Bedrooms for gentle-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

_ * " *" > ■ . ■ wsm in STRAND THEATRE, ' , ■ i !<■' n it ii i<i~liUfn rtw*iiiifililiiilllilil>|Wlll i Tuesday and May Murray Gets "Spiffed But on Jazz Only " 'Lire's a dance.' It was Nice- you feel the told rain in y<jur face on zsehe said that, wasn't it?' !a windy duy; it makes you ihrill all ,™„ Mao Murray could just as easily over with a quickened sensation of smart em open air went ^ave bowled mo over with the tiny life." ?* S? NoW York s,,ason aluJ sociftyj black lace fan with which she empha-' <«My customary r.action to the s'>e cold r.iin is a somewhat snivelling m m had turned out in full streng'h. A ISP' match was In progress, and the excitement was running: high a? Hugh Thompson, the pa,Tip..'r -*<1 son of Poti r Thompson, scores . he win- ning jroaJ of the afternoon. It is ' amid this climax that Ma tilio Law- rence, enters the scene. Her entrance adds 10 the excite- ment of the occasion a:ul Hugh comes straight to'hei'. hut his sweetheart. Barba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 1923

m : . v I* -v'-\ : ■■ iMtto '^tY'vKwi *"''*•<'$■'&'' '•'*'A*r '-^-S -" '.'*••• * -1, ' .'.M:. • .... .„ ;•.-, -V .; !'-'i*. •,,.ii-'t ~ J-, •nr% :-i gp W t' .'■/ «*\ JJ'* K ) BE?: tm '*? r f vl "V5 Iff tTA ©nr "The, ^rwfe^rry moM a**/ «9av'i Polly—As bur's Scheme Turns Out a Flivver for Pa VES. Birr IT LEFT HIM <x/)TH J AJCTTmiaKS &JT >do doaTT hafm.LWK. JThE R5yCHOLOSXOF /* $1000 Bill is A&~XOA&y\ ia16* 1 REA© C*=- -A FELLER VX/HC? CARRtE*> A $1OOO Bill For * >%/\R a*j aIEN/ER SPEa^ A CbJT! <5dr C?EO T THE £irea 6Th OF IT Eh"* I SEE? 1 ■j\ CAAV CHAAG>£ This jgl^sSss MSUl js-g^fjjw m & s. ILL MAFIA Charge The** . I CA4T S ALL My FAOLT Ftp ^crr T>ppi*i* /'OFF *6fcS AfiO. UaIUI 1 PUTTY QTFT tH** Oa4K^ A'HEM! wHy PLAy This ThiS Bill ffi £ fMf.K ■$ mm ' aw/* •• Ca^X (haaIGE hi* °' W/E'LL how mtiHAFTA CnA«©t ^ _ pll IT I S'POSE y\ew Coae* >. <—-—| —** 'WiWoTrtt CERaI^R 6tMME ThiS /JtfTte. FER VfotV Boss all 'A §1' $ * i©fe *typ^ si ■J.-.-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 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 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 February 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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