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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 February 1923

:\f' ii'; -a ft rL , i f .. • late as 5 JTm. ®9 >wfim m ■I® ■' ••• pt. •j#-'-! ■ fit: P ;■ JiM kA'. m. wffl hk# ps?; # • m Slfer vr?. TELEPHONE! 4 and M. v. * | FOR RENT <V"' for IIEKT: Houseq with modern copveulonces. Phone iiiio. HOUSES and apartments , tor rent . Pliono 268 pr 246. —„— , FOlt KENT: 5-room house, lights and bath—on LoVipgBton street Phone 868 "r~v:~' I* OH KENT: Two nice rooms fur- nished for light houskeepiug. Also ♦ parage. Ph one "2 6 8, FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur- nished rooms, modern conveniences. 707 Orange avenuo. Phone 739. RING 853 for modern apartments, with or without gurage. ■ ^ FOR RENT: Room and board close in. 804 Krbiat St. Phoue'317. FOR RENT: Bedrooms for gentle- men; also light housekeeping rooms. 812 Main. * parties. Uu A. Shilling. El Dor- tdo. Allt, , il|i i i i ■ i. FOR SALJtij: Jersey cows, froah. Al- so have spring heifers. Dr. M. E MA1ER. FOR SALE: Two lots and five- room house In West Orange 1600. Apply 101 Crn b Tree Av«± Bjuher...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 February 1923

mm mTt, — . -.. .. Fight for $200,( nRi mm Anembly To Be Held Soon. SB STATION. Tex.. Feb Ban Iters and farmers will for third tllttfe assemble at the A. Ij38 ttege 0t Texas this sprinR fdlacnss affairs of mutunl inter* jM£ them "and plan for the y^nr ^HMMnpsfj ahead. ;4B. J. Kyle Of the School [Pl#rt«Ulturo announced plans and of the conference on his r<- from Honr.ton Inst week where final decision for the eontVr- F was made between n commit-, representing l he A. & M. Col-: ■Jims and the Texas Hankers' As- • ' •Gelation. $p* ^Others on the committee from ti.tfce college were I r. B. VouiiRhlood, J director of the experiment station -and H. H. Williamson, state ex- tension agent They were met by! K! a committee of the Texas Hankers' j Association composed of M. (VDris-j coil of V oakum. proHident of the! Association. William A. Philpot of Itailas. secret a rv. C. S. K Holland' r®f Houston, chairman of the ap- I trietilt nrai committee and F. M Ijw Of Houston, ex-president o...

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

Km m mmmk ji '/ tmc M'-mw wm $9a^3£w*BHl ik Liitivriiu im >i«I i.w >?\„< .'V <;«. \ ' ' i V . "' ra 5?f, • ; '': i yJP i&.ir ■• " ' T— ■T'^K V S ,¥'8 HAPPY thought: Only g certain about February weather WE got a valentine. Did , —- < JT ISN'T necessary to live over again the wofld war. But, oamera men braved the dangers of the major struggles of that great conflict, espe- cially where American forces were active. Now the American Legion hands you all thesse scenes In the 3,000 feet of film entitled "Powder River." It will *e at the Strand V on Feb'. 26 and' 17. - ifi •. * } t *w WITH RISING of the sap and the sighting of the first swallow we know spring Is near. However, we're going to know spring has hit Orango Friday night when local sup- porters of semi-pro baseball gather In the Liberty theatre to formulate plans for maintaining the Orange Di- amonds for another successful sea- ion. s- " V. TRAPPERS WERE coming out of the( Louiaana marshes today with their sea...

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

mihmhhhhhwh ' V'. :>' V(\>:Yji ■' w ■ & ?* \m^WWWVMf> * HOHPPHHHIPMHHPPH wMgt73S TTmWiT>fTil 5?T< «• ?. (a«Mi die Vic- -V: • ' ... vfe / ,. - . ffflllllil '•'V fifB .. .* ; ; Vt. ■><■ I r 1 I • By EDWA11D A. SCHWA U Natloual VUsHance and Metier Business ; for BeMu Yw with J8EP" POsrtoffkw Inspection - | • -*** «> . WBW YOLK, Feb. 14.—eBcause a| bites once on a fake stock ae isn't any reason why he's immune, from other get-nich-qulck ''"Tinkler*. m The clevter faker knows that most ♦ackers hlte again and again. This knowledge gave birth to what is Jfijiowa as the "special trustee" It Is a/skilful hpax that Ip'-capitalixee sympathy and adroitly || flpbe the speculator of the- one rhance he may have to recoup his • Jotwes. The "special tr lis toe " is familiar in {.be oil and mining games. " The Inker using this tcheW keeps "jilts oye on all the stock companies fysfioat in his region. Perhaps one, Bfty in oil, has the earmarks of le- gitimacy and actually lo...

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

" -—— T-' '''*'■■■ -■ ■;'i' • - • i =3^ WIfMm ■ wfe ■ n v ■ - mm ||m'' r1'' K;;1 ^ L kK>- > I;:-,' w . ▼ .1-; ▼ *1 ■d ' I • .. ** I fx>m ".'4: l ; p.'i - •• /. A/fj rr > ' 1 ■;■''' ■.■■«''■ ' 7 '■ '■ , t mil" •"V. vl# . Z~i ~l ~~ w rM.- vited to the home of' Mrs. Campbell tor «n evening at bridge and "&S& ,, , • Social Calendar WI'-l>\|VMi l| __ Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Joe Millar," 70S fourth street, at 3 o clock. THt'lWlMY ? /' - Gleaners '. Society — Mrs. A. H. Coale, at 3:3 . ' K Met"o«ll« Woman's Missionary /Society — At church at three o'clock. Mrs. W. L. Joiner in charge of Bible study lesson, St. Paul's Auxiliary — Mrs. A,'. C. Flelg, at 3 o'clock. Presbyterian Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Raymond HiH, at 3:15. Catholic Ladles' Sewing Circle —Mrs. Frank. McNamara, at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 1*— Mrs. A. R. McLean, 804 Park, at throe o'clock. . ^ Baptist Circle No. 2—Mrs.. W. R. Brown, at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 3—A.|l day meeting at church. Bap 1st...

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

i . /. ♦; eikJHMP TV'11!*,;* rw IDER I ' HH mmm® faktsr ";'P*W w—T-nmrr-T—i—icw- -iaturday and Sunday morning at SOI •«*«* by the Orange Printing Company. H. o. HMHMOHu, nuaina— Man agar r - - , 4 ^ , , • ■<Y-\ .T iT:.V: U tbe Orange, Texas, poetofflce aa aeoond-claaa mattar. United Preaa Association ' ' ' ' •' f f ^ I In advance: one month, 00 cOnta; one year M, 4drertlimg Representatives: Knill-Burke, Inc., Urokaw Bldg. *®d Broadway,'Mew York Cfty; 122 South Michigan Bird S^K k ■ wjtfsiMj::-! •.«J|r; • ■' w' "'■■ reflection upon the character, etandlng or reputation ot any arm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The will be gladly oorrected upon Its being brought to the attentio publlahefk V', *7 III Ottwnnwnta: No. t or 81. 1 GE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, •? - ■1 '■ ' * ■ ■ "■1 ANOTHER GRAND OLD MAN. U|: Thomas A. Edison is going to work until he is 100 irs old. This announcement he made on his 76th jjfrthday. Edison works fijom 10 to 15 Jiours a day. |b has ...

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

' X' ■ 11 ^ ' ^ 'S1 ii|# p,. ■KSr^v m i Wt mi ' ^ |wf: ji •.j. Nw vi x f; KM':1 j > ■ J m ' • •• <Vf lands, Ipta, parts Of lots, returned delinquent •"V rew>rted sold, to- the state of Xqtaa and not redeemed for the few j51it'ts1 °na*e ^ouut*, DELINQUENT Til RECORD J°hn A ou, 100 acrea, >11.17. A. M. W. and 0. M. Stark. John Al- "*•*. Jen, 800 acre#, $216.40. L, llauishlro estate, R. Ballew, 75 acres, $34.66. ?• ®- H£w*WUB. Ballew, 60 acres, • #13.33. . «al< MoDoaald. R, Ballew,~44 acres, $11.93. Ronald McDonald, R. Ballew, 60 acres, $17.8$. J. A. Ochiltree, R. Ballew, 800 teres, $197,12. Ochiltree and Browh, R. Ballew, 233 acres, <112.52., A. M. H> and C. M. Stark, fc. Ballew, 75.82 afcrea| $35.10. A. M. H. and d. M. Stark, R. Ballew,1 198 -jjcros, $00.99. Mrs. R.? A. Wingate, R. Ballew, 180 Hcres, $55.49. 1 " C. L.> Wingate (Luraia) R. Ballew, 125 acres, $87.02. * C. L. Wingate (Lumia), R. Ballew, , 181 acres. $86.09. - R. E, Wingate, Ophelia, R. Bailer. ,1...

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

SEPMEI ■I1*)'**1 fchjV J.,,., ;•;« m - 9. 60 ft. -. I« «. _ as* it, H&c. . Sfcaldoa. HM 7. blk \* Nell POnd. Sheldon. Sheldon, nHp. *♦*.«. • Watson, Sheldon. r/U. 928.30 I. Lvanlc Watson, Sheldon, iP "#%**• ik. Sheldon. part lot llPli .*l. ' ' Ssaatmnk. Sheldon. part lot Jl, *9*.*9. Seastrunk, Sh 'l< 7. fcttTil. 962.4# funk. Sheldon, part lot P. A. Sheldon, lot 3. blk. 92, ""pS^T - J, y mmmm Sheldon, 20*140 ft.. biiii>,m.«5. tj . 0ft Kate Rat cliff. Sheldon, 62xH© Klk. *3, 927.34. G. and Bertha Reynolds. 63*140 blk S3, 125.30. "</j W. Riddle. Sheldon, 80*150 ft.. , ftoxls'o It., P' * blk. 83, 125.3(0. § Bd. J. Smith. Sheldon iPJblk. 33, f37.S 5 H, M Watson. 8heldon. 1-2 lot In h blk! 33, $6.70. M? Paul Ragsdale. Sheldon, lot 10, blk. .' Iff 34, 125.30. ffl ' A. T. Daris, Sheldon. lo! 7. blk. 85, iliPi ifwfV. S. Bland. Sheldon, lot 1, blk. 94. 914.88. « Mm. R. R. Bland. Sheldon, .1-1 lot 2, blk. 36. >8.44. • E. M. Davis, Sheldon, lot 7, blk. 3«. 181.87. B. M.-Davis. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 February 1923

mm* ■■■■HMnraBai | iMtfli mm* :*■■■■■->: * q f Ja&iL; «M ■•; .aJ^'Lv ■&. 4. i g,JP?P$J - ange,"Home, lot 14, blk. E. 1—j ' :'r -v. r' f)' fWA;' Is ^ FOB RENT 7 House| -.lib HPmS '■ ,. f t C0aTenleiu:e<'- FhOM 330. ? ! ^IS®8 Z'*"nm"*M *" rmi- m% |2gg>5a 9r MM ' FurnlBbBd *>r untar- nished rooms, modern conycnleacM. 7 Qr riw STenua. phone, rj^ ,r. HINQ 8SS Jor npdpm npattnwihs, ii* ' • gw. RsLi p . "7 l or without garAge. apwJ'iwiP iM Woit st.' Phon* 3 -V *■■ Room And board cloae ^ FOR RUNT: Bedroom* for genUs- , . tym^n; also light housekeeping * 912 Main. jr. ptJOHANAfT teacher violin, all * bud a*d dwhStWr* Instruments. 1003 Cherry. , ?\ • i>n<iiw> 11 n ■ ■ i.w i «' < n|«w Clean cotton 'JJUNiaHKD ROOM with garage for i-renWi " . • X ■ AC Phono 164. ■ * i A ■■ f OR SALE I" - SALG: ' Baby chicks. App/y 1906 Sixteenth street. ' ,. *SALE: R. I. Red Egjjs, Ver- 'M-% tj)atZ,ot> 'tnto- Phonal- Mrs. {. ft. Wis. ♦■dt. ' * —vt ■■ ' *OR S4.Lf5;' pry 18 |uid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 February 1923

'vmm \ ••• ti %v ' "* '(M , . ■ Lloyd Ombbs irlcnu Legion, held the chamber of com- wm reached to highly the showing of "Powder f at"tb«> Strand theatre here, i. Of which will be H«od Up the local organization. J will be constructed near of the theatre in a few a part of an extensive adver campaign to be carried on. il decided. Show Conflict* battles of St. Mihie], Cantlngy, ean Thirirry and the Arg-onne in the American Legion's mo- |j$Mi picture, "Powder River.'' to l>e shown at the Strand theatre Febru ery 2fi 27. These, the bloodiest con- |i fUets of the world v war after the American force# entered the battle g^'fpeaa, ard clearly set out in such manner as to give -the public a thor- ough understanding of- modern war- fare. Wrtuw-s Vivid The pictures of the heavy guns portraying scenes before and during the Argonne destruction are rem r;c-j |ably well prepared and bring vividly to miivd th. terrible conflict which played an important part in winding ip the world war drama....

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

IP if" r v — ■ Sfr. Ps ft. ,'i .. ■&■. vM ipjfe- r tfe ■ ; W ■ f?-,'. ,'5ll. 1 1 * 1' V !} 'S - fl ' 1 % <1 1 1 1 1 n ■ U,.: <i.. '<m| 1 ■ Hi?'' J . ■ J Lli; 1 ff^3 wm\\ '• ^1 HF 1 % I ■ m ■ ■ ""U i' «^ V ' '■ n I ■ ('■ J n T m H - lil - n I Hsf' m fi£i> ■ RvWs' m, ■ ■ •" >" '■■'■ I TODAY'S HAPPY tJ ougJ t: «y Is 00 cheap in some countries that they pay their bill* by ex- press instead of by mail. JUST WHEN business looked good. Traffic Officer S. M. quit his Job, Of course there will be many motorists pleased Piece of news. However, we are at a loss to understand why the leer "couldn't make any money." f course H. T. Fountain loses his Job ■ as "witness." MM . ifcrra *r ' mmmm '.'i VVXH j * ' 'r^v1 - IipPw '-'Wi. Wm>> ... -a'.sr-v*v *v ': r'T 'nfri iffi — u I He'd Head U.S. 14 Wedding Free! Sharp Note Will Protest Expulsion of U. S. Consuls £^&fS IT sard with with It'a like in the say Orange is which to live. 18N'T hard to believe a blls blankets the en...

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

mmmm ste&t&m&Mt*■ m-*. "Hill rriiilifiiiiliitiiiiiTlii mii'ikr :— 1. rPmPww"wi&m WwKWBsw&rm WSmmm: '"mf i mmm m ti «*• £MK'OTP .:: VmAxEa-i • !5£ WlM'Xv:£« £. M *CM" l_ _ .___, ~ AAV** fi '♦ ,.<y «r . 4 1 I vi-l '. JftH" . .1 v/^?gM?awBag **IfnSw fcrtttstiasw « kJ • n t V' Hl5/ <■'■>. ", IE J Llvj ■j! 1 "■• ' 1'"'• ."" v ,. r :*-•— —■■•-.■: /■■■-. "■? > %''^ Atcd-fay ^Jraiijp© capital cxclUMvdy« H<l_ _ , ^ ' ■•' i • '. ,, .■ t . . ■: • > 'V,.. ,,' Jl < .'. : - i, :VyiVli'*>.'j«'' * v.jv&.i. . " i <• lf _ *& m ";®H3 & AMMI. mt- | I.' '"nrJWTT*TT •'v'fM'*|P■■},'> VIIWWWW;1 / •-., , ,- y-i^aisui - ''■'. &$ •(J' > I* . iV . - S s i i :|? ■i*' ?•"' ul m. The aim of thb company will be to *~ "* • V.•:••:'f ■' \ .• ' 4.^••>;•• r~ | i ,m . K . I J;:3- : . -.'£... •: :.'. ■'-'■■ iii mi ■Mnwtiiwun'n * i i ;M*S? Ft, v, '■ - urn • I. !>' , ii I,, M ' -•• tAjp - :' Q*\h OFFICERS: §£? LUTCHER STARK, Vice-President CLIFF DO...

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

IliR? w uwA «w • ; 1 ' > ■ - tl ri ■ .'mM,-.■■■'', V. ■ 'Ml* dm, dm mM I j ifyll f f§ V] w • mSmMM ■PI A \ ■— WIW HI:' <■ <"* ■JB-ffWl .ji IW; ■v.;' \.-: ■■;'f::'!. ■ ^ ■ '■ ^ .M SSSs _ rwKJi. ■■' v. m 'alendar v .Literature Club — At home of Ml*. Lutcher Stark, at 3:30, oaiKWii "hakeapeare Club -4 it Bailey ise at 3 o'clock. , Music Department of Womon'a Hubs — Chamber of commence nl o'clock. /.'l W &TRAY1N it,-Out of Y1NG HUSBANDS— %:'"■■ i • ■ . j. I ' I «*&.■ Sf^'> 5Ji ':*V &)■ •:* I I ] I LV M itheir wives for other women, nine return, begging to be forgiven. t This Is according to Mrs. Josephine H. Lawrence, of Chicago, director of the Cook county social service bu- ireay, whoso principal. , business is keeping families united. v, No contestod divorce suit gets into the Cook county courts that. Mrs. Lawrence hasn't investigated. She's •gainst divorce in nil its forms, es- pecially if there aro children. Even if a huslmnd has strayed, she opposes It. "Yo...

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

*t 206 Saturday and kKViiw VT? -• ■rn .fv, ?tZr mm* M fIff 50 cental «wy> mar M, itatlfn: Knill-Burke, Inc., Broke W Bid*., York city: 111 Booth Michigan Bird-, ^vi *> ^ ' \' upon tho character, standing or reputation of any tlon which may appear In the columns ol The corrected upon Its being brought to the attention No. 4 or , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1923. ,s/r" 'j"" mm^mCJBLESS OPPORTUNITY. river transportation would create for billions of business now impossible of ifctit through lack of transportation. Would duplicate on our rivers the traffic through ' Canal, which many times exceeds the aggre- : through the Suez and the Panama canals, of these canals to world traffic is immeas- biit it is not. greater than would be the yalue §roll utilization of the traffic potentialities of the Warrior, the Ohio, the Mississippi rivers available for improvement and the Ion of the Lake-St. Lawrence waterway. t#M*%' ■■-f ^ ' *• r : improvements would be cheap if we ^xjaend- in dollars upon th...

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

rapp* Vt i . .^IBtanents fo^ffent? Phone JBJ or 246. FOR RENT: Furnished or untar- nished rooms, modern conveniencee. J 707 Orange avenue. Phoue 788. ' BINCb 853 for modem apartments, with or without garage. — AOR RENT: Room ana board close —to. 104 Front St. Phone 3tf. FOR RENT: Bedroom* for gentle- men; also light housekeeping •^L m Main. FURNISHED ROOM with garage for rent Phone 1C4. mMM WAGON AND TEAM for sale at rea- sonable price. For further Infor- mation call at 312 John street. Mrs. Isaac Korvllle. — fa i 'V-'- m Mir- - lte§# a, . > | ■ I RECONDITIONED USED FORDS Ford Sedan; new paint • ••ikatea' 1860.00 Ford Touring, new top, feat * covers .£ 1200,00 Ford TourlOg, extra good Ford Roadster, excellent , 5 ., mechanical condition .... 1160.00 liberal farm* to responsible parties ' orange motor company Succession to, Hill Motor Co. ■ PHONE 366 FOR SALE: Baby chicks. Apply 1006 Sixteenthjtreet i i i' ii ' "'iXi FOR SALE: it. I. Red Eggs, Ver- milion. strain. Phone 252. Mrs. ...

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

wSHmVPww Hip® «rw-f|J«i i <E 4.J$iKSpiB * "a «/!TT\> , r- J -,#, ■ 1,1 Drawing* by Bill Holman Verses by Hal Cochran Draw in tilt* iniHsing Hnew aud lh«*u color the picture. ~1 V *- \U*: ••' • , ,rv • Looks Into Weather Con ditions Here. <&* NKA sctvnt T river transportat —ions of busine? . through lack of tra* duplicate on our riv< nal, which many tin through the Suez ar * V ^Jpiese canals to wo . —i[\( f( ^ ; It is not greatfer tht of the Warrior, the fivers available for \ The diver to£s out in a s it that's air tight j& of the Lake-St. La\* Ancl then folks, between you and me, L:< * iprovements"would t 111 l)0t he has fun when he (lroPs out of sight, rs upon them r For he sees what the sea has to see. Indeed/ it is 0 , „ _ Biw^twiithAii *yto ebaU fans galore are i * L ? *f be present at the Liberty •pQ **"* tonight at 7:30 o'clock whei n check Pag# 1)- flfiyment of the In- I'Ulitin for all goo<* men ulned Mr. Miller In i returning from Aus- been nine® W...

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

1 W0$i' Ws? JL 113b# m i : % VOLUME IX. ' 1 1 '■■■■■* 1 ■* — HB m, wjxi Hi 1^1 ;.•••■ W'r: m b'- |lv |v .. I ( i-. I If f r,i; IP*' r | « 1 m 2; (Iv / —- wm $#!WW _ : ; - '■il*'" ,p . JxAS, SPND ' ^' fop i ''4y' '*f" "•: "AOS! The Searchlight f— ■ +' r Chinese Boy Scouts Would Correspond District Scou^ Executive, J. P. Meatrezat, lias received a,letter from a former assistant scout master who TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Well, in now attached to the Christian sol- krents, Wre's the Itottlf EflTHoST" lege In CanToo, CblnaT' A list of" Look It (Chinese Boy Scouts waa enclose i who dealro to correspond ijrith some LOUISIANA JAILS aren't much American scouts. better than those in Texas. Couple Executive Mest.rer.at will distribute of men took French leave from the the names of the Chinese boys among Lake ChaMes bast lie same as four of first class scouts of this district de- theni did here last week. Ilut. Or- siring to take up a correspondence Bnge county got three of their pris- oners retur...

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

map mm Vis.; 1 5?SrB8fi ■5* fw Br.-Sr'*3r¥v ' I „ , U ' PMUJLvJ imi ' ■ .... '■ ■ - -'. ;■■**>.: :.V.' ■•■■••. .-' ■_ '' L"'i I MM © /,' mu ■« i Ferryboats Wrecked Filming This Photoplay ;f/ff# ril iilK lIj . : 5^ ^ '■ V"^'" '■■'A ■ :''v 1.: • .'* ywpywpj . T' m*' '"*■■ I A Sc* Blk^ • — Cameraman and Awtstiuit Director Newly Lose Lives la Colum- bia Kh-er. Cj M? ;>wyerm motion idetnre of ilie ''Quincy Adams Saw "will be ilown at the lieit Tuesday and ur Sawyer of tire S- Lubin) Pictures nrsaniza- netion with -Metor Pic- on, dee'ad that tL« H l>e soa-S ■«-•? r.:<M-? ,'C( better than a a.« i e e of tbe essential1 theme 1 characters from the a book to the medium of * sheet. In buying the to this novel uy manes rbich had such a re- al the time ot Its was recognized that ^ contained those Qualities I make for popularity, and that bad a universal appeal. . jipathctlc treatment, the * reasonably be expected In popular fa(vor the tre- i Interest aroused by the •I -f. it was wrec...

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

M ' ■ .#•' 11 I I I yl'i L ' "s| i 1 f i \ I m ■ 'v. m mwWL m mmmm npu .o addition entertainment, and is mobt cordially inTit i■ aa At the clow ot the i elected v1, "r i SOCIETY DEPARTMENT Telephone Nmmbtr 4 -r— < > •' ■" ,-aM-rl 'V? • I I Social Calendar MONDAY Public Library -Chamber of Commerce, 2:30 r> 5 p. i. J Uogroo of Hopor- Odd Follows' Hall ut 7:30. Camp Hade< <i Mrs. It. Leo bavin, 14 04 Jofin sfrt'et at 3:^5. Camp ffttdjekeewi*—Mr*. \|V. C. UrlRKs. fiofi sixth fetreet. nti 4 o'clock. . j • ' « t II KHIMYw* . - « Tiiocfldny Bridge Club—Mrs. Df C, liland. Fifth and Elm, at 3 ->'cluck. , Mothers' Department of Ro- man's, Club—Chamber of Com- merce. Airs. E. 1 . Hill, Leader. Camp Techeas — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eight street, at 3:30. Oak Tree Nost: Illuc Illrds— Mrs. T. ('. Ford, Fifth ami Elm, at 4 o'clock. WKDNKNDA Y— Fortnightly Hridgoe Club—Mrs. J. H. David, 1107 ('hurry ctroet. at 3 o'clock. Y, P. M. S. of First Methodist church—Mrs. Lee Davis, 1...

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

RMMM | by nBs mi «M month, 90 canto; i: ' KniU-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bide., York City; 121 South Michigan Bird.. i <* s* tbe character, standing or reputatloa at my which n«y appear In tbe column* of Th# upon lta being brought to the attention •- Ko. « or 8a. • ■" imi 1 .I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1923. Wm THE FATHERS. * ion, president of the United Syn- k, has appealed to congress to have ion ruling allowing Jews to use for religious purposes rescinded and in- protest against the proposal to HdppJnited States. ' v,. Vj aliens in the .United States object t0 Evely alien in America should beconfe citizen without delay, and Should adopt, ils of American democracy, the language; |and saturate himself with the princi tic form of government. _o I'M p;" folS M&ACanada.'vi ?■ • t; f*•«$■ ,to j tf.'• * •?* • .. • he most prosperous of all nations and forecast for improved British trad$ in nad^ by the president, of the national tde of ?Great. jBritaUiV* >He< says the ftyfe wp|M Qther t...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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