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

m m ft HI I ; I' - • I r' fc I 1 If I rf r I ■ it H," ft® t f? ' ■& s '."sasses ' — == '.••-v-i a Tmlmmkmnm r ■ •-. t r4KPF« I ~ i : }.*J ... ftfiifagfj|jgrt|| ■ .• * > , :V' i *'•4 '"'-i a 6l _ MONDAY— Public Library — Chamber of Commerce, 2:30 o 5 p. m. Degree of Honor—Odd Fellows' Hall at 7:30. Camp Hadeco — Mm. R. Lee D&vis, 1404 John street at 3:45. Camp Mudjekeewls—Mra. W. C. Griggs, (JOG Sixth street, at 4 o'clock. f TUESDAY— ^ ; • Tueeeday Drldge Club—Mrs. D. C. Bland, Fifth and Elm, at 3 j'clock. Mothers' Department of Wo- man's Club—Chamber of Com- merce. ,Mrs. E. P. Hill, Leader. Camp Teeheas —: Mrs. Steele Campbell,, 1002 Eight street, at 3:30. , Oak Tree Nest: Blue Birds— Mth. T. C. Ford. Fifth and Elm, at 4 o'clock. WEDNESDAY— Fortnightly Bridgee Club—Mrs. J. H. David, G07 Chorry street, at 3 o'clock. Y. P, M. S. of First Methodist church—Mrs. Lee Davis, 1404 John street at 4 o'clock. THl'ltSDAY— George Washington Silver Tea— Auspices of Methodist Woman's Mi...

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

Mi $ ? «t Uf ''I, l«N. S^y [i''''V I*-.' ■) i IIP " ■ United PrcM AmocUUo*. mtt. BO cento; am year 90. urt>v^,r ws&rsst IIMl i * ■ * v k yBjB tho character, standing or reputation at any which may appear to the eolumaa of Tkt apon Its being brouifat to the attention KiitSfe fc , ;• • ! . , MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1923. NATIONAL DIVORCE LAW. ~ ™ Arthur Capper of Kansas is a mighty ifp- demands a uniform marriage and divo&e says divorces granted "in the United States J1&0Q9 a year. He says 18,000 girls & yeiefi^ legally married every year;60,000 sixteen years % M rm& rriage in seventeen s there,% the .legal marriage - j/01*feebl® minded in nineteen atajH& The Capper fixes tiw age *$ar^y £ut consent of tlj£ parents at 18 and 21 years re- tively, and matTii^e is forbiddeti the feeble mind- to those ^fflieted er.cpm-, ^diflttottay and those of first degree of blood i-Mr & I ft* . • t i i-ij^u-4 amua# B&rifovee wall be granted on grounds of ittoimeAtal l df...

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

B0R1 "m {0PM HfclP'i uirie M lilt® as 10 a. m. same ? d*jr'« ... , „ HI .. .. . It lnadtino#. Theywill bt token ormt tha phone tit rough courtesy, but hava ohanga *eady when the uWW&k ' r; e™~ *« « *Wf£1 paper. Anything la the ant day's •dltlorf fMX^MU h* t Mn over t j change ready when the IflPB.' IP ■ 1 *; li ;^r* • *&:'■■■ f KRSlf, iifilB TELEPHONES 4 No ode accepted ' ,V -V.<: ilty n9^§* m :;i m | llli ASHJfc. 3|^J 1 V1' PMtfifei HH , ,f32 'or turnlshod or unfur- nished rooms with all conveniences FOR RENT: Houses with modern conveniences. Phone 336. • HOUSES and apartments lor rent. Phpne 269 er 2H\ Iji ' , j FOR RENT: Famished or unfur- nished rooms, modern convenience*. 1*1 Orange avenue. Phone 739. ft*FOR RENT:, Room and board close In. 804 Front St. Phone 317. FURNISHED ROOM With garage tor ' rent. Phono 164. f OR SALE FOR SALE: R. I. Red Eggs, Ver- milion strata. Phone 252. Mrs. W. H. Clewl* ■"'A v' | tfl1 %3 , I ( '¥#11 '>WL '"Mm ■t vfM§S4 ' ' * .. ••■'SiF:*...

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

'•Ve "iW m '-.v - :v<, *r lllpg Station, when# Levey asasBww Makes Final To Orange Res- fa Obtain Re H. II. Watson today float appeal to resident* of have not already done so boxes or oilier receptacles delivered to homes by car- regulations governing pro- nail boxes goes Into effect first of next month, Mr. Wat-1 lsed, and delivery service discontinued after that date boxes are provided or proper mts made. t Box or Slot postal regulations provide mall may he either handed to pant of a residence, or pat in ptacle or « slot in the door. Mr. said. "Th<" placing of mail P the door, sticking it in screen TO, or putting it any place except .the hands of a resident, or a re- cle provided for that purpose, [orbidden, and it is my intention pat rue t the carriers that if no has been provided, and no <JJfe " present to taxe the^ bring it back i e A* assistant in "There may be patrons of your who prefer to come to the of- for their mall rathe.- than to • box or cut a slot in the door...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

hMmmm * ■ i % t > mmm [■«. -: m I ■ / '■• '!■ I.' v.- &<■:/!><«? Sift'V.-fi't > P •#$/ * '■'" }'i-'.J?? 'TODAY*8 HAPPY thought: Sure, marriage IS a lottery, but too many • • *•« another chance. I . ^ ' ' i l't5fP H®ARD a waiter ask a man how long he wanted his steak cooked and he .replied: "Twelve Inches." if* £ ■ ■'•■■- ' ■ | , . ■ ■ ■ THERE'S HARDLY any argument t0 it. We've got to have a ball club; we've got to support It; therefore, get yonr season tl<$et. -%I AS •,W-ra F \ ' ■; J'jty I J PPIIIHII \ r ? ; — r 11 ARY 20,1923. « ' • ■ l\ i - —i—!3 L i — & , I yc< . m m Designation of Orange As Port For S. P. Shi. Lines' Coastwise Traf- fic Makes Action Im perative. ORANOE CITIZENS, welfare and, „ „ , municipal officers took a step In the Definite steps will probably be right direction today in planning an®takon' when the directors of the orphanage, and home for aged for! charaber of commerce meet Thurs- this city. Here's hoping they don't ay noon in sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

^ —r :>^^>^;VM.:-:-Maisimm 93* t f ? «,TO y (SM:\ ■•-•■' i :. ,v , S Bliv !> ..' V* . . ... —? . ;-..,i i i ,i„,..—. ;. ft ■■ .■ ;-f ■' --■., ■j\< ■■ V iW'i ■vV« BP , 7S NO BUY YOUR SEASON TICKET ... • u •*. JEs* Town. Let a &■'* A . . if--.''iV-„.jt'.vP-V . f t Masks Gloves Mitts ...,,fPt3- ?-■ v--ie-.,.>';«:■ 1 ' ■, te Balls Guards • ' ■ '* ^ \iV ' \ ; .. Ifals ,. Uniforms Protectors," Shoes' We handle a complete line of A. J, Reach k|. f k ; Baseball Equipment f" > , tf'i • *>?§.$ '.:; * ' h;&4$f1r* i' e If: .V;;''-V ' ''viv ■}PSPf '£.," ' 3 C i >!S M li|raHl MONi I | «iii:iffi®®i Hf| I'f'VV r}/j $"M5 } I wgm§ , jtil^iSI 1 1. \ r.";V *"':l 11 ■&&1 EViWjs swiisB? ^ wt# •• " ;C. f .#% fW. - * •**fliiSir::;' ■ |%^3k:v—W Vtf<««f * ^%. VMM Iw^k. • ■ ' ■ I ''■■■■ ■ + viit ■ > • a, • • '.; •< V •;. ,-y ,t II". i"M!.1'«'<'< V''.; • * - ■ it ' . l l<. .mjj; SEASON WJEOR s#.^l ft last long-Better come «Uo JMd secret layers for a hom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

I " ■ - (I " Mr WP. k 4 j 1 | : % A i i ■C - ■; m ■ i a / ■\ I m, i ■ w «A ' } '< a&i MKS — . 4 to C ■'■J, | rareff.-:. . '-'IS I 'A m 1 1 ii U, 11 is i Elm, HK8I>AY- . ■'■*• , ■' -' Tueasday Bridge Club—Mrs, D. C. Bland, Fifth and Kim, at 3 o'clock. Mother*' Department of Wo- man's Club-—Chamber of Com- merce. ' Mrs. E. V. Hill, Leader. I Camp Teeheas— Mrs. t&rapWll. 1002 Eight stteot; at :30. f ^ Oak Tree ]W: Blue Birds— Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and at 4 o'clock. WKDNKNDAV— Fortnightly Brldgee Club—Mrs. J. H. David, 607 Chnrry street, a| 3 o tcloclt. Y. P. M. S. of First Methodist church—Mrs. Lee Davis, 1404 Jolfn street at 4 o'clock. THIKNDAY— George Washington Sliver Tea^— Auspices of 'Methodist Woman's Missionary Society—Home of A. O. Thomas, Sr., 612 Cypress street, from 3 to 6. Benefit Toa—Parent-Teachers Association of Anderson school— Chamber of Commorce, from .4 to 6. n Gleaners' Society—Mrs. H. H. Brooker. at 3:30. Methodist Woman's Missionary Society—-At chur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

"ifliyM Uui Orun, GE DAILY LEADER ucapt Saturday and "Sunday morning at 101 by the Orange Priuting Company. B. O. RICHMOND. Jtfnain— MlMffr, m second-cla* matter. Amwlgtfon. 50 Mflu tatlves: KnlU-Burke, Inc.,) Brokaw Bldg., Maw York City; 1SI South Michigan Bird., 12 I reflection upon tha aharacter, standing or reputation ot any I or carporatlonwhich may appear fa the columns or Tk* be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention TEXAS, TUESDAY Mo. torn. I H r(p*r TT WHERE THE SHOE PINCHES. ifcdrld. HfiHcanfe are out to control the petroleum suppl; This thu British ver&ioiv But the J#T*j Americans have ovei^ooked a rirfi source of i. John Bull control Is the fubber Btlpp$6£fc< * JKflML ftor^^re ia^e autos i&Airient than ler countries combined, and tires are made of rubbe^. louttl brother Jonathan 4pinch J^hn Bull wnen it to petroleum then Mr. BuU'cai^ rettttii thotefcn^ lent hy pinching Brothel Jonathan when it comes rubber. , It is a poor rule that ddeari't w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

• V . I V:-'*r Pis' Sk* ■ ggf "4* 'I'X v'S ' '' ' n ' T 'i ■ '•' .1 ' ' \ *'«# , •'$ • I ■si • f/Vi/'.. ' <V.J V:*,' :v, MWgfMW'lijffiMg IMWffiWaBiS^^^.. ■ ■ * : - ■ v mm i * IlliillM <* Anything • I.I! m^spspw BUI Hotman Vtnet by Hal mm ^ '■' ''' .: through SrSSSS1® baovkq WW' ARM ■',' ' 1 , I I WMB ho-hd- youptweo A ROTTEN .. - " 1 '" -• W APipp POU ItBNT: TWO or three .light housekeeping rooms. 406 Grew <3Af*e? A*«#r pbone nm,\ IM m m # i FOR : Two furnished rooms 5 * \. for light iio Phbne m. '-"I' Eff—jr «$li " f : ^^^'raWlwwll tor furnished or unfur- rooms with all conveniences FOR KENT: House* with Modern jtjy* • \ i-.'> - ^$ <% I^Hi m |: m, W' ! <$onveuiencen. Phone 338. MbwESI 0 mm'*®' lip ' RING J[ Mjjagftp.... . nu v/;,;.'" ■. •sasHt WmSSm&M tMi"® Mf&aSi , ,, i FOR WENT: Room and , RMM. . ,^^w- „ ami s In. 804 Front St. Phpuo 317. FURNISHED ROOM with gang* ior -% $s rent. Phone 1S4. TOR SALE RABBITS for sale. Apply at tOfi Eleventh St. * FOR SALE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 February 1923

'/i. |0l ■ I ■" (Continued from Pace 1) . to cerrvnvg: on tig; the".("i!4rerti Canal fWS'Uii'i >n racnt expressed no desire for the line unless it would operate ou reg- ular sclndulo from thut |>«rt, which, under circumstances and conditions the'''1" <'omP««y found impossible, espe- of I ciully until sufficient cargo could lie insured to rW. aaa,. „Y J Work ^as put under way on lay. ing concrete on the road to the oil fields this nuuuUng. it wojl announc- ed at the JudgeEkPs, jkc- Cmrver this afternoon. This is the first work to he done on this road In i -i i *0 rmati thf hms*L hear tl*e expense of the' several days due to the had weather «*Jsod. arco.u^e .« In-I pro*« aud **« evidence of better wl,kh handicapped the I ' pnnnlriiotinn of good l'OAds iU the received here today hy ,ratle for th« future. v in construction city, F. P. McElwrath, contractor, It is understood, has placed a large nam* I her of men to work on the road near ,B„ Lea from Hoy Miller, and general manag...

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

: jw--U\m >• 4||M * ■1 |?Mk ''^jfti . ' ■ ' •■ VOLUME mm i..- >1 ®$ac i -• Sgjrifi M v'v.'i w? '•,. >V MHH .« Sheriff J. W. Helton on, M;i DAY'# HAPPY thought: ero were no movies, where would ■1 • ' '• Kfl , ■' ; . ' V '$&• " [;rv 'J'".-- Ivey Manuell, negro, the only one well, officers say/that U i-—.■ ''ijpT p '<"I;.. ; ; -v'Tff. >•< ,\v.' .f.-ri-Si Hopeless sheriff# deportment' two weeks ago. 'Jthey were to have been tried last —Pie go .' 7™, \ - ■ , ONL\1 OBJECTION to "Hill's waa that it wasn't open for business. Out the Strand was and did yo^ethe crowd that want to •* ''WHpWams Bawyer''? TOMORROW 18 George Wash- ington's birthday and there will be • flog wising in the public schools of Orange. We haven't heard pf any J. ' , "cherry tr?e parties" scheduled, 4; though. ■ ?:' W. P. Brown left this morning Beaumont where they will appear as witnesses in v,the preliminary, hear- - , lug if Charles Simmons and wife be- fore United States Commissioner J. charges ...

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

mmkmmmrtK 'i&m - u0to. :imwbk *&.k «*&* '*$'■ *ktmM ■Ifll t K-SXV xwifw -• •; ERtM^ J J91 Bs r ^TrFjfiA t *X ■ .v« Jr B&isfl eraRii li i'-.'DV. ft <ii £ SWA'Sl e •• ;«'-rn■ 'i\ -'n :T;&£"M■ :^<V)li':H • ■ Mkl-m•>#':';$i; W?3* ■ ■ ■ -V\ ;.,'•< •'<■>;■ ". -t> .> -ft . ■■'■■ SHHwtliii «£ „ '•*; v/ $M?£ - - - that the Or- year set 0 o 9 and'going into a the other two. This has 5® Rmp v • mWwmm _ v - * ' SM 9p&lHlKnMpWF$m WJ _ — W W I 1 mi • ' | '■■$ JM / •'.#' i'M I ■' 1"- ■ •"" ' : ——— 11 1 •"' With the backing of the Youag Men's Business league and Individ nfci ■ V - •'•f'; -.. / $. * fi elation today has well^n hand th. matter of raising money sufficlcy^ to guarantee to the club successful op- eration from April 1 hundred ■ m m" I / S'K I A Season Ticket ' H For ITonrself. v A Hi'jison Ticket to Somebody else P vMh "y; ,fe- * :<■ Get Behind The Baseball H:' ',Jf A •'■ V. .,T. Sp t&'.'ir tee f I «UPi-Mi*" •« " r- ' ,£ si's Ml vi r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 February 1923

Vr-:.- ..if P$«sl R^vTg §m$ * • j r i Ira BHIfe - - • j iSBSf: 1 :?laSlfS i#£:$f:: Tmlaphanm Nmmhmr d ■ — ifwiioff 5p RHP; i, #!' * Calendar itly Bridget Club—Mrs. 607 Chftrry street, ttt mX ■ , \ ■ '"YY"a..; k • '*% .<■,,• 1,.. r > ) $ .i,'." i ft Jfft %M fe ' £.itei3 ..?•><•'' .,'"• ,-tf IN I ■■ I. * r. ; 8. of. First Mot hod 1st LW Davia, 1404 at 4 o'clock. 'atfhlngtott' SlfteFfai— Methpdifet Woman 'b -w^Iome of A. G. 612 Cypress street, it - Tea—Parent-Teachers of Anderson school— if Commerce, from 4 to Woman's Missionary it church at 3 o'clock. ting of AH Haptlst kt church at 3 o'clok. i e Rebecah .Lodge No. JpjO. F. ball at 7:30. r— re Club—At, liom« of 8r Stark, at 3:30. I People's Mlssionnry So- P Methodist church—At '•Mrs. M. A. Watson, 704 tt-eet, at 3:30. &y Bridge Cluli—Mrs. i, at 3 o'clock, re Club—At Bailey t S o'clock. • 'Department of Woman's (lbor of Commerce at Dr. Park is bead of the recently oreated Juvenile, department of the Wisconsin state boar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 February 1923

, — m. pi 1 toy tiM Satardtjr mad Sunday moi Orange Printing Company, a. IX* RICHMOND. iiUala Sunday morning at SAC a :"«fS ! at tto* OianM Taxaa. postofflca aa second-class mattar. llembtr United Press Association, " (to advance: one month, 80 esnts; one ysar *0. HepreeentaUves: KnIU-Bnrke, Ins.# Btokaw Bldg.. Broadway, New York City; 1SS South ytchlgaa Bird., 1 lll .k v',1 ■i reUeetlon upon <0>a character, standing or repuUtlon of any . Arm or corporation ^hich 'may appear In the columns ot The t will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention * No. d or 88. 'a All «•?- *GE, TEXAS), WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 jfafcu.V* i— • T * -f ' * f I^H8®Sfe7l.. 7 r?* 7T ~ T * . r S 5 { "CLEAN VPr , Qoon the robins will be nesting, and from somdj Source in the community will come a call for a "Clean* Up Day" or a "Clean Up Week^'. v , j Xui Whoever makes the suggestion will mean well, b^ he or she really would help thk jcommunit) ;mqrfc! bjf starting the ^slogan: "Don't call...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 February 1923

5tmm • w; *• m \ mrawwl wtx&w)mi P1 W> iii £Wo!!m mvvv-t A«t i ft H M < IH-IIJl HI - 11 i:v;. a . *'_ •.mSBS : lfl< . . ■""""1 ■" *' """ M m. ; V "l^uo- V tp* - verf ■ IPHtl paper. Anything in the n«t 4 yi(edition. courtesy, bat' &TO < JtfW^£ady ^hen °the ' - ' -jju I HM"*lliW#'f lll >Ow 1 v lOo-at line ,tor first insertlon* 6^i Une forall j;Bix words to ths Its*.). No ad* accepted toJ •fter 10 o'clock-^ •] *Sroi^?urtw, but iWui P ?£ f />•* I I i ■ «1 • S-iTOi \ 8 •; ylt'M Ph%'. < K Sjfeyi, 1 Hi I H * M L B KSwi' 'U ■ K ■. , M jfcp'i- - ♦ I 9** I Sif • JK V;T'(j 1 « .r f- ■ml;1;'': Bfjflk ■ [• M *.:V ' ' fwHN '' I 4 * ' J f' W ] #■ 1 HE S ml!;. Je? *§_ H5**- 11 'i':i « f,V' I* T • Vl J ''ttMSri?* ' tsM: MM-Mb ■ ' J?;N isi , ■fei $vr> ti?rs.v|j K \ % I V .> i-:V. I' ¥>•/'/ I ■".; ik # >1': EPfr $\!;V .' *0R. RENT: * Two- or [threes light housekeeping room*. /406 ,4 Green Ave* Phone 749. , ^ t ' • >. :> FOR RENT: Two t furbished (roOms to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 February 1923

- - Ai' . . ). ,1 ' V'. .' ■ &&V:' ■■ S" -Vf :< K3I I1M r -. 1'-"' "v' — S,, „ ®C" which meeting of the board. lower the tax ft la thought several cltisens will be I plea was the dominant note'Present will be held sometime next fcr meeting of the c.lty week, to appoint h6ld last night nt the fc 'which more than hp If a a chairman and start iwork passing \ upon property valuations as soon ^na the work of The Qrwu*i(;? instrumental in assisting the schools of the city to appropriately celebrate Washington's birthday in th* city Thursday, flag poles and flags to hef ass presented to the various education! 'institutions. The committee from and Htleen. attend- compiling the 1912 .rendition list Is With intensive In'er-j ■complied by the city tax collector's the Rotary club, composed of May^r discussion of the various office. Compilation of this ltst is w. E. Lea, 8. M. White and B f which came before the dt-. W progress. ! the city's d'-stinies for con- 'ttsrljig th<- eveni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

Ir fl f i 1 ; v " "-■ i -1 ilit—'■'"■■'! w"-y-'* ^i^''''1 'i""''^ "■""*" jf1 1 ' m ' m m • :-*'f •**■:■ ,.,> W/'., y;... ^ ' •". "'IP ■f? 'ia Mefjag IBKwaSf'' /I . in "2: «£&' . thought: u /1 ^nnomjcemeiit Not Of- Strange, but after a young lady ^. . .T .. , Dil' strings you, you are unstrung ttcially Made But Inti- mated Orange City Head WiU "T&ow Hat in Ring* to Represent New District. I •WE' OWE It to P6rt Arthur. They hare a running start for that govern-,' ■WQt marine hospital for tlio Gulf Coaat, th« government probably would never decide to place it as far intend at Orange, anyway. Then- Mayor. W. E, tea will without f„„, doubt be a candidate fov the stated h-?' *f '0er ot * * "**&«. senate to represent the new south- re,n,*e *rom starting negotlu- eastern Texas senatorial district U8 "*f such an institution here, whini. «A>n^ i>m .„« , iu all?it will be Ja Attar all; U will be. Ik tbe Sabine d triot and centrally located m .t which conies Into being with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

IMmMt B. unknown • * T. Jonoe, S-'i „ Feb. 22—By of *#00 enrollments, Corps Institute here has ous marks is its htt- i s school for training Marines amerclal, technical and other Instruction Is given by and last month lesson papers were re- in January. 1«22. r" are permitted to select own studies. More than 1,026 enrolled for the study of Kng- •; t<? IA the automobile course;- It In Civil Service; 409 in elec- trical engineering; and 178 are st a dying salesmanship. The study oPtextiles attracts the fewest num- ber, only five being enrolled fbr tbat course. The curriculum' in- more than forty trades, arts t sciences, ranging frord agricul- to commercial lair. , r;; ' •«' y (' ■ Wa lie Institute began as a small -war school, and has expanded poi«t where about thirty-threo cent -of thaeintire Marine Corps enrolled as students. Marines i the United States, in Chltn, !)n Philippines, the West Indies and' D. 8. battleships all over the in their p^p^ra regular- ■ for examination and co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

WW- ' IM. 1 '■ 11 *" i ■ • „ Bra&V .v.:h Km Society department 7elapfcan* Nnmhmr 4 "wSS: ' -<: HKZttlKfcv-♦ Ty* •1 Kf&i-r JP4 J.. «Ppl| lfc L K fcfi;- i WmM'r ' 1 ■ m: iW1*' i?. , iiH ■ 1 mt&■■■•Si K 'r ^ Social Calendar THURSDAY— , George Washington Silver Tea- Auspices of Methodist Woman's Missionary Society—Home of A. G. pP>cw^r. Sr., 612 Cypress /street, ro.. 3 to «. Benefit Tea—Parent-Teachers Association of Anderson school- Chamber of Commerce, from 4 to 6* Methodist Woman's Missionary Society—At church at 3 o'clock. Joint Meeting of All Baptist Circles—At church at J o'ctok. Woodbine Rebecah Lodge No. 103—1. o. O. F. hall at 7:30, fiiii>ay— Studio Tea — Mrs. K. L. Lem- ons, 609 Elm st'-eet, from 4 to 6 p. m. Literature Club—At / home of Mirs. Lutcher Stark, at 3:30. Young People's Missionary So- ciety of Methodist church—At home of Mrs. M. A. Watson, 704 Tenth street, at 3:30. SATURDAY— ' Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs, Claude Wilson, at 3 o'clock. Shakespeare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

J ta advance: one month, M cents; on* jmr N. Representatives: Knill-Iiurke, Inc., Brokaw Bid*., ««« Broadway, New York City; 122 South Michigan Blvd., CUL reflection upon tha character, standing or reputation of any firm or corporation which may appear In tha columns of The will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tha attention publishers, . , ■; t t Wo. ( or M. % at the mpPpff * ' ■. ' NGE DAILY LEADER wc« pt Saturday and Sunday morning at 206 by the Orange Printing Company. H. U. H'f'MM'BHl*. r*TTfttn j '"'tKi*' r • i ' . w! . i • • O/aage, Tans, poa tallica as seoond-oltis matter. Member United Press Association. ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, w&, lb mortal george. George Washington was born Feb.* 11. We cele-' brate his birthday 11 days later. So did George, until he was 20. He chasged the date to make himself cor- rected to the Gregorian or reformed c&lendar which was adopted in 1752 In England and its coloi^es., ?1Phi3 reflected the accuracy and thorou...

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