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

" •* -mm ■ ! "ns asmm ''' .A '*,'^v^sJVwA.W1* " 'f# 5 ' ■:. <* .#$$5 ^ m M imJ RU- IBL,-^ v #«*•W*-';- «HfV'!"' M >""' "WWioill "' 1 i' 'li '■'." ''infi^g1* '>" iMli," I _ WMM** DAILY LEADER, pf; W\ T ««*■!—>, WfflM .. -> Hjffi HM ifijBWBMpmaa CXZTtt I trmrcm J « 3-5 * 1i i ■ lm mmrnM , Y lg ntrf' - ' S®%OB!Bai5& HfJHiAfl $:'>..' 4*3$ Mtb. C. A. Da via and children or M ,. V> _ r -wisely— rasaa sshks EAT WISELY Oscar, of Waldorf, highest priced chef in the counijjgrouiiji for the try, having originated many of the most elaborate™ *Wrfif«i Rown dishes and sauces extant and having lured thousandsj rogfiSfe omt °to>c chiffon mj<! 4Xfta&-t4TAKtfti NI'1TIAI,S~- Mlsa Norma U* i-'trolo and James li. Stakes were quietly married at tho home ol the bride'a parents, Mr. ami lilcm. George M. Cole Satur- | day evening a\ C o 'clock in tin- 'presence, of (he Immediate relatives and u few cIobo friends. 'iTbo living room in whi.h tin- I ceremony was performed, wa...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 June 1923

afternoon except Saturday and Sunday moraine at Street by the Oi Orange, Texas, poatolfice Member United - - ^ . "■* 16 « *iuK)e—owe noath, BO cent*; Advertising Representatives: Knill-Burke, Inc., Brokew Bldg- and Broadway, Mow York City; }tt South Mchlgta Wrd., ■h. UL City; IIS reflection upon tbe ebancter, standing or reputation i *ny person, firm or corporation which may appoar in the columns The Leader will be gladly corrected upon its being brought attention of tbe publisher*. J ' All Departments: S8n'\' No. A or M. > ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY,. JUNE 4 Emm' ft RAILROAD CO-OPERATION. j&fe-' * : • 'V * : v |:j Railroads as a general rule are cussed ajty dis- Visually the former. Because of theft* ipport- ant'role in the drama of business they are put before the public to have anything said about thQip th^t^he public cares to say. > And they take it, whether it -is ' deserving or not, or whatever It may,l^/tl$V $ i But all railroads are not criticism. . .Some of them, possi...

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

m&mmm ?iwB55 —'—"" ' - i m in' ji, yiMi m-y\ j'-lELi < ' i* !'''v m m m if;IWs^jFS; W'Vyf^ i KM^Wp| THIS, ORANGE BalLT LEAbfift vI^J-: Jr.w •*! «*«:* Jinifniiiiinii'"i n «ifci|i > ' """ ^ ,'!;'^^j^^'1 '■' ■ !■■ 1 1 ^'""iff'" ■— ii"* M-i >*M!u ■pfrimr.-w ■«::'-W ' -*mr< m Cor leee thaa Me*' UHjt® RW B s FpR HKNT-pTwo furnished |ight i^housekeeplnf rooms—all modern conveniences and garage. Pbone 746. MRS. JETT, 1005 Cypress, ""*"" 'mi "' ill;,ii "i.i " ■•'.'■ ■ > OR THREE Urge furnished rooms, private bath. Foe infor- mation cull 831. ITQR PENT: Room close iu, witi ■ adjoining bath. 208 Eighth St. Phono 804. ■* ! S Kj ROOM FOR RENT: Apply 80* Cypress St. FOR - RENT: Furnished apart* incut. RIqg 306. THREE ROqMS for l. light house keeping. 711 Eighth Sfc Pboae 748. > **r FOR RENT: Furnished room ti 2 gentlemen. All modern conve- niences. 16.00 jaer week. J. E. PAT?riLLO FQRkdfflfeb OR UNFURNISHED • for rent. 709 Pine. Phone -2W^S1-~ ■ , ' miiijS am tin FOR RENT: v...

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

jpt'.*y i ■ • * " •'' " IP : — • h . ■'.". r \" " • . rd' * ■ ■: v:-.-,. ■ ' \ . ■ \M .'$£v r>v 'fin' i ® ✓- Trlh C •* -n.nm. , -i .,4,——JV.-)„„ ,^... i. ■ .. 1111, . t->, . a, tJti&i-vt""^ '>'l--f • - • '■• —* — 'n'a^imiiii K11M * (Continued from Page Doe) tpMft Where ~tl f> reception -orri dined him at noon Sunday. Ien« • wi.tli , h solo, with Mrs, iwojth' uml of litis an«l oil:.>r Ml White at the piano. 4- UliiitifU. Luncheon Ourats Major Townea began his discourse by paying a high tributo; to Jefr f The following were guest* of forson Davis, who headed a lost | u0yd' Orubki Post of the Amerl- eauso In the Southern Confederacy! rah Legion jnt'the luncheon tsndared Wm ■*S' if jr. KMr' aliklt* ! MaVr Tow^a' in the chamber of I 1 '1'in.in I.n. i tlgli i iiiii^ii' II i - -- - __ 0« m • . y ro5,u,ted In a 1,MlU'y conmerce banquet hali Sunday nt fl .^, '^TL0! ' .l1!11 °n 'h° °f tlJ? I noon; Dr. Tom F. Coyle. Major sown teas complete and depicted the j uudiencs. He sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 June 1923

k ' Mil V SZl■'■'?..: 0«ANGE' TBXAS, TUESDAY, JUN rS#1- - -- --- ---- -- Wi ■■■> my$Wi r -" "* ♦" — ■j I An Innocent Sufferer SgSpgp or Tell. Official. Tracks Safe For MKWt'i mm K i a ; P Va%. ,V IP v'' I 4# Traffic s$R '■■■sm w^ytwMffl ijg^iSii Officials of Jth« Golf CoAkt Lines, owners and operators of the Orange A-l(or I h western** Railroad company must get busy and repair «|e trestle A their paae«ger and fright atn- tlea on Water street, and W several other weys 1 improve Hiat portion of $\t street upon wbicb their rlght- wuy touches or move off. T ta was tl e ultimatum handed officials of that Une Monday afier- noon V Mayor W- B. Lea at a con- lei once held I* hts offlcfc in Which officials of the Gull Coast Participated. Tht conference *aS the outgrowth of diacuaaion by the cHjr commission during the past mfii noalhi over the condition of the Orange ft Northwestern (tail road company's trackage and Water- £rqm. Improvements, resulting in au ^investigation Into whether or, ...

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

\ & -%WST% • ■■< $jfe' y \' A. Church To P,'. ■ ■ ' State familiar with the clrcqm- •Unce of the effort* being made bj the West Orange Bfcptlst church in th« coniitruc.tloo of their new place i Of worship, declare that one of the moat faithful struggles ever made by anr congregation is now being made by this organization. The members and citizens of that vicinity besides donating lll ernlly of gi| their means, arc donating their aer- |Jj$ vices after work hours toward the Jll building of the church. There are ffiffijfivrtT When men arc seen working I'fpiUl late at night in an effort to Hit 'complete the structure at the ear- ■JK' Host possible moment, which is in Keeping with the general spirit that ■P has prevailed throughout this sec- Bsi tiou where two other churches have just been completed. MA' On next Friday night, the dea- rfl cons of this church will give a gar- ™*j|i den supper at the church where various confections and edibles will "./if served to raise funds for c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 June 1923

m S«i )h«II« ■, i ":>m* \ ; II..i11 'i in' ■■ I""',I ' ■if.;' '."■Vi I. M $V- .J y y Social Calendar TtJIOHIUy-i- Oamp Lutn — Mrs. F. I. ^launch, at Her home. O. E. S. at Masonic hnll, 7:30. Y. W. A.—Mi fl Mnyzel Llnd- sey, hostess, Wievanth and Main streets, 7 o'clock.' Tuomlay Hrldge Club — Mm. Joe Lucas, hosti-ss, 8th and l*in«" sttects, :: p. «i. WKDMOSDVY— Girls' Auxiliary, Baptist Church Miaa Ola Payiw, hostess, 4i 8 Market street. Pelhnm Chapter, 17. D. C, - Home of Mrs. S. W. Sholars, 4 o'clock, ... Methodist Young People's Aux- iliary business meeting, home of Mrs. ft. Lee Davis, 11 (M John, 2:30 p. in. • THURSDAY'— i All naptlst Circles— Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Ed. S. MeCarver, hostess, 712 Park avenue. . ' Circle No. 2 —Mrs. W. E. M<^Jor.t|Uodale, 907 7th street, """circle No. 3 — Mrs. Creole White, hostess Oilfield road. Circle No. 4 —Mrs. L. L. Hughes, jhoste.is, 1512 Park avenue. Oulhl of St. Paul's Episcopal Church — Mrs. Walter McOar, hostess, 4 o'clock. Gleaners —...

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

•t Sit Nm York City; upon the chaaacter. eundlni or reputation of firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of win h^ltokdly. corrected upon lti being brought to the the pubuahen. Ail ItepMtmcate: Wo. 4 or ML TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNp fi t ORANGE*S RIVER DRIVE \ Orange, regarded as one of the most beautiful cities ill this State, with all Of its beautiful homes, streets, pub- lic buildings, and unsurpassed possibilities is without a boulevard or a river drive, something which, beyond ut any do^bt, it should have. But that does not mean Or- ange will never have such things, for she will. &'v.' • ■ *" 1 * ?• s. Yesterday the first step toward placing a river /or the city was taken by Mi*yoV Lea, who has for weeks had such a thing in mind. With the-toon- sumafciop of another deal, upon w^ich the propoaitibii centered* effort will be put forth no^e. to obtain almfcst t mile of istreet extending, from f^ront street to the utcher home, paralelling the Sabine river. This street t^...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 June 1923

i6dl #1 AifljJR v' J . J Sat M ■ I' S ''jV'S* 'i' :'-' 1 mkt, SS$S$#W«h .V ■ kjKi.. • I felli pvj? 1 tJH p$®! K£fe ■R iwmwK . r'tyt If] I >1 ' ■ t ,-r, " ' " 1 1 ra3 . *k' m • m %<fj. m mr tfuyfc! BHn Mb'. '.#) *> li v I mi uipu^ipii v.w« when the , PMUjAMj « ■■'' /-.v y:.- rap OLD home TQwmt*u auvk* ■ Taken m U'c m 10 a, m. la after 10 o'clock we- tted a<% ore payable *Hasf following Ihw iimi (Ms tor low than 80c. Sj; , TKLKniOIDH 4 Mrf ft. H||U| "I"' J' " K FORREIfl — TWO Oil /THREE Urge furnished rooms, private family. For infor- mation call 821. FURNISHED HOOM8 FOR RENT— Phone 899-M. Mrs. John Nelson. FOB KENT—Southeast room with 6 windows. Phone 213. FOR RENT: Room close in, with adjoining bath. 208 Eighth Bt. Phone 904. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY: Second-tuna furniture on time. Must be good auWlty. Barne's Room 4, over Crager's Store. WANTED TO BUY: Girl's bicycle. Phone 604. '' In Steerage FOB BENT: Furnished meat, Ring 806. apurt- THREE BOOMS . for light house k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 June 1923

inrap® Wm-. d\r * wyhftHR jUt* HHrara T! KANutS DAILY LEADER 1 « 1 1 ""■ '■ lllfeJ Now Speed Cops Will Worry tuberculosis Joint Bel- la war Against > Teach in Catholic Says. Br l ; Pa. fT % BOX P. DROHAX Eric, P*„ June i.—Tuberculosis I* Joining Bolshevism in a gigantic « religion In crashed a*/ Central Europe. kg la starvation's wake, it an appalling toll t,niong the populace on Christianity's firing la the pathetic picture Ml- <* • Cardinal Faulhaher, archhisfc- of Munich, painted In an Inter- ft® ■p.y; f:0 HI convents where hungry women and come begging lor bread, thn white plague—like thief In UkS night—ia aaeakiug. "Our priests and nuas and the Other religious work era, already slowly dying from malnutrition, tali victims to this dread disease," explains his eminence. *'Thousands have contracted It TOousands more are autferiug from Mdnnins Of the boues owing to ht* of proper food. Operations ate Out of question because of prohibi- tlW! costs. Xo Work Available. • ''Other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 June 1923

■ H Mi W^'m ■ ... ■ ORANGE, TEXAS, V ; ; Ld —— ' ...... . . . ' R iii & 14! J 'yt" Kwjis -y « mm>:,« •*€' > mmr f'fe'. mMw? • : -JKfe' Jf ('-4r Repara- ly Heavy Taxa- and Commercial Resources Plan to Be Made Known SSffii V-',' *■■■■ mm •'•i .«•• • >, * •• • «. ; fk • ■ V-Vii'-Wr '(■;■■ _ ■W? %\i •y> *, * i^V JfiM sfc: BERLIN, June 6.—Life of the Cuno cabinet de- peiids on the reception of the new reparations offer now on its way to allied capitals. In the face of strenuous opposition from many sides because of failure to reach some conclusion with the allies that will lift Germany's present burden Chancellor Cuno is understootj to have proposed: First, payment of approximately a billion and a half gold marks yearly. %■- Second, settlement of the exact terms to bo left to an International conference. Contents of the docu- ments will be officially divulged tipon receipt by the allies. If is learned authoritatively, how#wr, that Cuno has proposed the reparations amounts...

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

58! "4 Pastor To Sermon The First Methodist church has final arrangements for servient to be held at the turn building next Sunndny when the opening sermon will be deliv- by Rev. George S. Sexton of ' This arrangement was made fol- lowing hte arrival of the finul ship- neat of church pews and other fix- tures that will be installed and ready for Sunday services. Rev' w* Watts. pr«5di«K el- der of the Beaumont district, and a former pastor of this church, will deliver a special sermon on Sunday Bight. H Special musical programs will be rendered by the choir at the Sun- day services. revival meeting will begin* with «« these special services Sunday and ||^i continue inndcliuitely. The preach- ing for the revival will be by Rev. ■SI' .Vance, the pastor. BBbb«k The Liona club of thin city haa perfected HirangemsaU for holding a club barbecue at the Linscotnb stand, 6 miles west of the city on the concrete roud on Thursday night. The meeting duo on Wednesday at noon, wuS postponed for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 June 1923

'}?.#>' ■ * *"li' II "TIT Ml * vl mi'!' Mm f * *' HI jftmifi I^ijiwiiiw Ii.iinin.wt & t ^ HHKI : —- %u jfe" ' - '■ •', . ''' • *-. ■ ' .V i MW ■" SE^-'W' : y . -v I ^fg ■ •' ■.: ?' k't Pi®'.,:; {* ') ►*V . I > M y' * r ' | ipr ■ L ;$t .. ■ ■ ,3li '{« ■ , Baptist Church hostess, 408 IT. D. 0. - Home of Mra. 8. W. Hholars, 4" o'clock. ... Methodist Young People's Aux- iliury-*- biodnoss mm-thin, home or Mrs. It. Loo Davis, 1104 John, 2:30 p. m. THUfcHIUY— All Baptist Circles— Circle No. 1 *— Mrs. Ed. 8. McCarver, hostess, 712 Park avenue. Circle No. 2 —*frs. W. E. McCor.quodal®, 907 7th street. circle No. 3 — Mrs. George White, hostess OHflold road. Circle No. 4 —Mrs. L. L. "Hughes, jhoMtoBB, 1512 Park avenue. Oulld of 8t, Paul's Episcopal Church — Mr . Walter McOar, hostess, 4 o'clock. Oleqner* — Mrs. J. D. Neff, Hostess, 4 o'clock. Chrlstlnn Ladies' Aid Society— Church, at 2:30. Altnr Society — At K. C. hall. I at 3 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Chur...

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

WUm MS 1 n 1 + iiiinww>>|ni iiill I III III Member United I In ad Association. 50 landsy morn! ; Company, neuond-clftas #tor lfa "Advertising Representatives: Knill-Burke, inc.,' Brokaw Bldg.> 4l«d and ^Broadway, New York City; lit Sputh Michigan Bird., Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Leader will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the f * attention of tho publishers. MvIummw: All IK-partmcnts: No. 4 or t& , wflmMm; ■ t mm'' wM* ;'*• ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6,1923. RECORD OF THE YEARS. . t ■■ Taxes shall be equal and uniform. They said it 50 years ago when they made the! constitution. They have been saying it every since but that is, Fathers of the first constitution said it and they meant They did not have much to tax in those far off days but they were making the organic law pf the republic and they knew that those who came after them would ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 June 1923

. i I •I#: life' FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT- Phoue 699-M. Mrs. John Nelson. FOR RENT—Southeast room with 6 windows. Phone 213. FOR RENT: Room cloao lU.Wlth adjoining bath. 208 Eighth St. Phone 904. 7 THREE "ROOMS for light house keeping. 712 Eighth St. Phone FOfc R£NT—Fire-mjun. cottage, 1st tod Main. Phone frf. /... FOR RENT—Two light housekeep- ing rooms. 1209 Main. . n'ti'' .I ■ i ..ll'l r n/hr/^ a ' "M * — ' -I1'" '-■■'".I!".IN-I. ft ffr • II- r/^ : «r®L Iv fmmm RS'i'T i.M ifli K ^eMg Ml MA1 \utffCrtert QRD CAGE FRV/MO PANS ft FOUWWw flBvs MpM • :'^pl p % Rffv. I^S? when Um In* W * lino fo pmmmrnmm ' TiCIiEPHOMES 4 ik,'mm MWOT clear. -that , t STUFF CAST O T«AT SHED* POFfTf busted my neck ON THAT STOCK BACK THERT!; M >mw . ji 11 11 - " 'f 1 jFOR EEWT ?'; - .. ■. .i' '■" / YOO SAY HE FBU- , LKE A TON NO-NO SEE THE BUM POH HIS HEAD'.: Human Cyclone HOUSES FOR RENT—See Fred OF LEAD? ><OT«Sfc MtTHe* VWAJ-KE5: Burton or phone 1U rooms, private family. For ittfor- mation call 8...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 June 1923

pi «v;v mm ■m m 7! HM\'! •«' wow VTWffl 'K-. loot Home brew- tor thin, harvest- j reported to be seven feet four Inohes tall. - .« *M*tt«Ne«>d for two yi'ui'M on u chai'Ki^toad no Kernui of this disease of automobile theft. * as 1«74. are are responsible for thle, harvest- oneos Hyden treated quite «u Intent j We'll find u flu cure end proven-" "* U «ir wine Ingredients before It ; , 1' , > mound the court house. aa t«o is tlve one of thane day*. T*vtn nv •>*• 10 blossom, go to seed andy *. lure will send along a new "disease. *|Nrh94. *. , She dooa, aa fast as Mm conquer th j, Pr°hlbltl6n has' at least One old ones-—competition, to keep us"*00^ feature, though the mUch __________ A man on u vacation upends nunc ba(,„UJf for exl tence, That l atU?!cHr*<Nl y«H®W flower of the dande- Jeeale Nash Parker, daugh- Coale at the Rosentont Apartments, (In,:,u>v ftrClf,'uta,,Jr 0,a" dce8 oni1>reeda strength. |"°n U' •<W*""all," a thtng of beaut* "r 1 'purpose wUla, at hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 June 1923

1#;; m m * m n kWSl;> I "■• A;''f; f" "'" IHHHni lu^L_vl < 3§, :.js — ■: h.v. «'i^>.i'./,•• ;>.•: • '• A- mm 0m ^ j-v .(■:••.:"■* la #*s? Thousands of Gallons Gff Booze F 1 Mfe New Yor MAN «!-.. SS, '. 8^ I <£ atfgp ".«>£•MppP * *-t ,4m,. ; 5WS57 hkh fRf T~* First Photo Shoving Return of Clara Hi l/.-riiv Rk.tair r'V'" it 1 J t 1 mii:!; P! pM w>. &L - I ' '"ST® rtr 1 u 'V-i mm il -■'■■y: ■' 'fl 'M ■ ~'i ■ P: ; ■ y HOUSES POINT. N. Y., June 7. —The amount of liquor crossing the Canadian border today Is limited by the amount which the rum rpuners believe they can dispose of at a 9*m: ■ ■ i-' The run runner* are more eon- j rented with the market than with tfctjM«)ree .-of supply or the difficul- ties of getting It acroas. Prom Rouses Point westward to Ft! Spvington. a stretch of 6ft miles. ■ bootleggers' limlon of the Unit- r'%jf States Is in full swing. Federal prohibition g«nts are outnumbered 100 to 1. " The smugglers, working In rslajra. through scores of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 June 1923

HiKit ' ' a f B m mm - — ■ ii i i ' ■■•-—•—--- ' ' 1,1 "u" ■"v.*.' v>" • ^ ; •; J. • . > . tare- *- - ■•-*. • v<• * M a . aSw ■.V: ] 1 I I m lOVru', LISOR GIVES MEMBERS County Agent tells Boys|avtn u Formal elevation to their new of- fices of the members of the imperial divan will take place today, aud Clifford Ireland, Itooria, ill., will (unworn In as imperial outer guard. "The dance of the states" will he the concluding event tonight on the official program. The music of 100 bands will be broadcast to ev- lery part of the country as throngs jhere dance on historic Pennsylvania -The im- gram Means to Them in Rural Life. and Girls What Fro-! Washington, June perial council of the Shriners to- day rejected all applications for charters for new temples. Conservatives in the council won over those who favored increasing the number of temples heid new temples should not be tieli in cit- ies now having temples. fei mm KHViS ¥kf OT* MV <i. C. KLI.ISOU As club boosters are alw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 June 1923

.ft';K,'&••*& 'ls^„,x.;,5...,..ay,,. ffi/ u' «jV !<♦> -**■ *c*< ) ' HV-. * ^ ■ MM -• * r "ft | V 4 A*, #•-> lw in a basket of gifts to the honor ; guest; white little Charles tloehmc i followed with niore packages. The nhowiH' wna a complete surprise to Mrs. Uotrlauc and she expensed her | The numbers present of tho High most heartfelt thanks for tlW lovely School Glee club favored us with a —removing the sweater-HPtitting U back in tho suit case—and faston- i g the eult case again. This was won by Mildred Scales. V ! ciscs the girls sewed On tho lnyetio, • . , . ! which they are maftins for charity, to ch,t'H waH Beiv'wd 1(1 1,10 folIow I During the uncial hour which fol- ,n* ]\ 1,1 , lowed the sewing, each girl KCTOnfl>nan H'nnk Ki.chen,, MUe,Mose-|IimU H ut gate a recitation nnd retreshm 'iita - * ' ' *tNOn' ' 'U1 s' a^or M 'of ice cream, cake and Iced toa!V> ^Ims. Hoed, J. fur- ,ho camp gifts of wearing appuroj which nlie jreceived for herself and famil...

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

}*.%■* ^JS: Bid*., .Bird.. %% W$ Member V#ted _ ' i( ' -•:;••;• Math, SO cent*; Representatives: Hnill-Burke, Inc., and Broadway, New York City; 112 Sooth Ml in. . T • H* i fe jnuoua reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of son, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of ider will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the ition of the publishers. •imm: All Departments: No. 4 or 88. , OKANGE. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JU.NE 7,1923, S('- THE WRONG KIND OF SCENERY For several years there has been a slogan "See merica First," originated by an organization which believed that Americans should see their own country «first ailid the other fellow's country later. It learned I |that America was a scenic wonder, having an unlimited j| number of places where the scenery was just as beauti If ful, if not more so than Europe or any other foreign II lan& ;Tiie slogan took well, and as a result railroads were better patronized by tourists than th6 steamship lines whi...

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