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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 June 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 June 1923

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 June 1923

L . "''1 it'| KPPHRl ■ SwwPS ■ :a:(T i-mat ' #.'18 ■ >\4uj '"439 wnfl t; , *'vl mJ "'.« : •■*'1 J {■ I •n v. I J v ' if $ M '■''si {w5 , • '• Jj •J > J V'J*! /t ^ •-v. v. ■'••: l-.-' — NUMBER . ——~ .■■?■■ '**?sr W'\w: n: jjWM VOLUME IX. 11, 1923. -'Mil "'tl, :• ■Vv J->. ; ' ,'.■■■ ', — - "" ■ —,——J ■*> >: 1 LJS-'JIS ' t'-.A ,.^v r*'■ • - • ..1 - ',>' .' ' ' " : li' ^4 ®3S SOFIA STREETS SCENE OF HARD FIGHTING TODAY Supporters of Ex-Prem- ier Stamboulisky Bat- tle T roops of New Government After Sat- urday's Revolt. PARIS, June 11.-—A counter revolution by pasants la reported under way in Bulgaria. Fighting has taken place in which the 'vernel, nnd ugrees to imrthl'ii nf ti*nmKA..W«l#.. ,1 a ' Russo-British Break Averted By Agreement LONDON, June 11.—Danger o! a -break between RuhhIu and' Great Britain hus been definitely averted bv the conciliatory tone of a note from the soviet government deliver- ed to the foreign office hero tlday, it woh learned on reliable auth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 June 1923

iWII | V*. <".7f.;;<",.. ; 'K ' I<llilli|illl lii'limil i Ml- *■ - * • " ■ "• 7 7JB i* flay Roberts left PjgftWly llf/IHwfl Worth gfter 'having been visiting Mr. nud ; F. MOM. orday t Mr D. L. Robinson left yesterday tannings, La., to visit Mi. nnd J. C. Robinson. Roc1 Cade's parents. Cade. She .will be gone about its' weeks. [Mrs. R. J. Webb left yesterday Lafayette, La., after having here several weeks visiting M. tiuidry. Mrs. W, J. Leslie left yesterday Beaumont alter having been f*"®!* several days visiting her son. Iff! \lrben O'Neal. Miss Lucie Woods left yesterday lor Luke Charles to visit her mother. Miss Bell Dietsel and Miss ( Landry left this morning Beaumont to visit Miss Oictael's nunt, Mrs. C. F. Admns. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hicks au< son, Kenneth left this morning f> Mildred. Texas, to visit friends aw relatives, rum there they will; go to St. Louis Mrs. W. J. Wnlkcr of Hrysti. tv; x,yexas, is here visiting Mr. nnd BgaftJk Mrs. N. C. Walker. Mr. and Mrs ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 June 1923

"p . tf§ f .fa fc V; ,v . ,« ♦ 1 1^' ■ ' mmm ■■. ': -'v'*■'•£Vr;fPB p$p^£^|3 (':.'>■>■ ■ ^ A V'-\ r 'M § - ~ — ^ 1 1 ■ ''V e m^ww^ l KrV ,:, - V, $'f"; *\ i,r JHHH|B I i . '- iff Social Calendar MONDAY— Guardian!* Association — Mr*. J. K. Jorgensen, 12tli and Pino, 7:30 p. m. Camp Iladeco — Red Cross headquarters, 4 p. m. Cnmp Mudjekeewts — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 4 p. in. T. M. P. Club—Chns. Du Dose, 7tli St., 8 p. m. Public Library — Chamber of 2 to m. — M rs. :! p. in. I<\ I. Steele, romnierce, Tl ICSI>.\V— Tuesday Ilrlugc Club J. 1) Ncff^7U8 Cherry, Om|i Luta — Mrs. ('launch. n( her home. Y . W. A. — M nry 10th St., 7 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor Swimming Party and Weiner I toast — t,: 3 0. Skecler's Pond. WKONHNOAV— Sunshine Makers' Party — iloni" of teacher, Mrs. I!. Leo Davis, Methodist Younk Peoples Aux- iliary •— Mnry Holmes, South Border St.., 2:30 p. m. v Morning „ Dip and Breakfast— Y. P. M. S,, 0 a. m. Hogan's Pool. Girls' Auxiliary — First Bap- tist church, C...

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

m Unl In adniBce-one Kuill-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., way, New York City; 118 South Michigan BItC. . III. t uoous reflection upon the Character, standing or reputation of firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to the ution of the publisher*. All Departtnimi ts: No. 4 or 88. ORANGE? TEXAS, MONDAY, JUtfE m« emf'j:. PETROLEUM Governor Neff vetoed a concurrent resolution by Representative J. E. Winfree of Harris county, cheat- ing a joint committee to investigate an alleged oil trust in Texas, giving his reason as follows: House concurrent resolution providing for committee of five members of the house and three of the senate to investigate ownership of stock and gen- eral business transactions of oil companies doing business in Texas vetoed for the following reasons: There is no limit places on the committee a& to the ex- tent of its operations either geographically or fi- nancially. The courts of this'state have recen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 June 1923

— i i>fr*' I??.," ueFmr >'* ' ^m % ■k'; .%%> SSI L"L2*?L M late M 10 ' i '*'. bo taken over the when I he boy cull* v ~f I"* t0r *U ) No ads accepted 108 4 and 88. f ,.'• I'm:,si"i,v r'^ii FOR RENT: «&!$ v.* IP$lw!$ |S4S lern clone * in apartment, sua parlor and every convenience. Ring 133. FOR RENT: Room close In, with adjoining bath. 308 Eighth street. Phone 904. I1 OR RENT—Two-room apartment, modern. Also bed-room, l'houo 946-J. ^ OR-RENT: Office rooms in Lucas building. Apply Joe Lucas. " . II i III 0. Burton, Mgr., or E. C. O'Neal, General Manager, Beaumont, Texas. FOR SALE: Overland "90"~~ first class mechanical condition. Term* K desired. Good rubber. Phone 904 or 1U1. MISCELLANEOUS FOR FIRST CLASS carpenter and Job work, phone E. WV GHOltM- 1131-M. LEY, residence 1407 Sholars St. phone bOll RENT: Nicely furnished light housekeeping rooms, 1203 Cherry. TWO 011 THREE large furnished rooma, private family. For infor- mation call 821. THREE ROOMS for light'" house k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 June 1923

K ijX I "f Well Among in Gulf Coast Sec- tor Past Week. /■* • ■* Cjiasser is in. IMn W .IMP*": past week has bean one of tb* )bwt fruitful ones In some lime in the Orange field where a number of now wells were brought In Tor • substantial boost In (he field's {tra- duction. The total yield was boost- ed--between four and five thousand barrels during the week. Tift Sun company's No. 3 Gun- stream, has not only been the star of the Orange field, but of the golf coast and has Oeeu n strong rival to the best wells brought in in the state for months. This well has steadily increased Its output with the result that the total was boosted up to about 3,300 barrel* by actual measurement on Saturday. May Do (letter. Oil men still hold to the claim that this well is good for no less than ten thousand barrels a day -A It wen- opened up to full capacity. The increase in the production of this ~well, which has remained pipe line in quality has come as u re- sult of opening up the exit torj the oi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

I <v. 'M X- j ■ ■ llM. ■ill . ■ x n r ; i -.-II- T TI £ hWn \-r mm Ui r l-j I H /m a ■ m# ! _ M v** B IX I I Y ■ ti ■ ■ v I 1 im ■ m sM'nwfw fcraS.NtTWT WMW TUESDAY, JUNE IX,lunB x*, xym>< ££-I ^ .■ r V/ • :■, . -'(ivs ; ' ' " ' , . >- :*■■ "y ■ . ,, , —i— —— j&i >x ? •'■ ~ v ' '• 1 ',i2l ••' M ■ : *" '•'J ' • 'tfvw.' •" 'in- in rY'ry'^S ■! w«< ■'' "' ' ,, . ... / . ' A ■ t ■ t rvy'\ i ki I -: \>\ W J. ;••• ,'W„ tj-i wi '. r■■'■; 'pr-ov <v"?V A Bully Time Was Had by All ~|,J';:'-'S'< ,.r w" *'V\jfliaaEai To Take Over Control Followers of Deposed Premier Swarm Into Capi- tal to Retake JHelm After Recruiting More i Than Eighty Per C4nt of the Forces to- Carry ; Out Counter Move Against Newly Installed Officials. BELGRADE, June 12.—Sweeping down upon Sofia from the northern hills fierce peasant bands number- ing between 10,000 and 15,000 are launching a strong counter revolutionary movement against the new Zankoff government, according to dispatches from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

z-tt wmtimv 1 • , ■ m i..... • wWv. -'>A • < ■. .,V',.v. jj- ' - 1 THE 1 .*,, iws Declares Move 1* Wise One KBj2y* 'i 11 1$£i A• 0- McLean who ha* pioneer • ed in advancing ideas in behalf of hlChway developments, liaw dlfu-ov- U «rod what he if-rius fnr ight«'du<'Ks $$ W the part of Mayor W. K. L<a extending the grade on Front v;4"' "treet westward to a point now Within 300 feet of tlie phjht mill on the south aide of the Southern railroad. Mr. McLean believes th*t thin p.. ^ highway could be advantageously pushed on through Rruner addi- jjUs-'' — Hon, crossing Adams bayou on the I south side of thr Southern Pacific J|; , railroad bridge where the bridge raSfe1^' would not he over 200 fe t in "**'y _ length, whereas th«* present bridge *r Et the end of Main street is iibout 1150 feet in length. He advocates the idea of diverting the crossing from Main street to Front street ~ via the paper mill und making in- ::: tarsection with Bonnie avenue in Brtiner addition, and co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

*'' 7\".' > < At& :w3 .A# ' I "■ 'I P^'Ws^S • ,'Wi *■,;.• 1 " 1 ■ —: ; felHHIIHII /A M m JT*£ _'■' J (m ■Wf. * • - b/l U \A/ ■ -- - I •>-' s ' ^ I 1 J I hhhhhb^^^Ibh v ' , * m- '■*- "* ( <? f;. . S" v ■ %;■-. II; -* I V ■ 11 1 Social Calendar • 7 "> TWKSDAy— Tuesday Bridge dub — Mrs. J. D. Noff, 708 Cherry, « p. m. Camp Luta — Mrs. F. I. Clanuch, at her homo. Y. W. A. — Mary Steele. 10th St.. 7 p. m. WEDNESDAY— Sunshine Makers' Party — Home of teacher, Mrs. R. Lpt Davis. Methodist Young Peoples Aux- iliary — -Mary Holmes, South Bonier St., 2:30 p. m. Morning Dip and Breakfast— Y. P. M. 8., 6 n. m. Hognn's Pool. / Girls' Auxiliary ~ First Bap- tist church, Goldlo Brewer, loader. THl'HHDAY— >. Thursday afternoon at four o'clock the Presbyterian Circles meet at the following places: No. 1—At Mrs. Lee Wood- work; No. 2—Mrs. Bunn Bens- > ley; No. 3- Mrs. Henry Litch- field; No. 4—Mrs. E. W. An- derson; No. 5—Mrs. R, B. (Jo- ree;" No B—Mrs. Addle Cook. All Baptist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

1® Saturday and Sunday morning at IM , # Orauia Printing Company. ng«, Texas. postoffice as second-class matter Member United Preu Association, t In Mlnave—om month, 00 cents; one year RepresentativesKnill-Burke, Inc.. Brokaw Bldg., way, Ne# York City; 11 a South Michigan Blvd.. _ _ , . ( - ■ „ * ineoas reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of f person, finn or corporation which may appear in.the column* of ader will bt gladly corrected upon its being brought to the n of the publishers, All Departments: No. 4 or 88. > ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1923. 'S$ HP? W"' 11 a B^ElL THE LAST LAP The widely talked of last lap of road connecting | Orange and Beaumont with a hard surfaced highway jjis fcoon to be discarded for talk about something else. g||;?|tt is soon to become extinct as a gap, and will be turned into a piece of model road, bringing closer .together two of the most important cities in south- east Texas. m wM Ms The action of the commissioners' court M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

BBR pcsp mwm uVlock [CTmgJl 1 £ gp p§pa® RING 93> tor fu .' vi'f ' HXJBFHONUH 4 r "~* ^MS s General Manager, Beaumont, Texas. JJJi. 11111 'I . j " .. ii i i in rtn i m nished rooms wi iences. F _j, or unfur- all cuuv cu- lt ENT: Light housekeeping ■PS*'' :A ■H&, room of bed room conveniences. 913 Main. modern /v FOR RKNT: Modern close la apartment, sua parlor and overy convenience, lling 1^3. FOR RENT: Room close in, with adjoining bath. 308 Eighth street. Phone 904. FOR RENT—Two-room apartment, modern. Also bed-room. Phone •46-JT. FOR RENT: Office rooms In Lucas build lug. Apply Joe Lucas. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished light housekeeping rooms. 1203 Cherry- ffi fO OR THREE large furnished rooms, ptlvate family. ?oi^la$pk matiou«aH&21. THREE IlOOfcltf for light house keeping. 713 Eighth St. Fhoae ^OR SALE: Overland "90" first class mechanical condition. Terms If desired. Good rubber. Phone 904 or 1111. jjSWAN^OT FOR FIRST CLASS carpenter and job work, phone E. W. GHORM- LEY,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 June 1923

I i ■spis IF vQuvoQciy I F -ifM J. H. David, an enthusifhttr member at tl^e local T. P. A. post. T ■ ■'1 v 1"' \™: ■# nd brought t to regain hit equilibrium A. Richards the proprietor of a "I store to the oil field was also ited during the nlfht, being charged with keeping corn, whieher on hia place of business. —. — —p. .... All of the prlaonen will be ar- wlll leave on Wednesday on bta m- signed before Justice of the Peace W: ft >*<%■ ] I 11J M1 V- ■■f-'i v*te —^ and. during hia absence from | the city will attend the national 'convention of the T. P. A. at St. __ An p*ul' Minn., as a delegate from his JE" of New York ""jj;. wlK, to OO Soft to Consider caahlera of t$e Orange National' '* * " F « a V ii 11 beuk, will be accompanied bv his VC m tMmfly aa far aa Alexandria. Prom ; Orange ho Alexandria the parSy will —r— 'travel by car. Mr. David will con- HY Ka>U'ARl C. I) Kit It jtiaar hia Journey by train. ((tatted Press Correspondeat) - - CHICAGO, June IS.—Ooveraor A1 Smi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

' $•' 1 #; ;S. -c ~AV TTTWI? 1Q 1094 ~~~~~'' " " ^ □Ai, JUNE 13, 1923. •,-.# : : M OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO 0 00 v "'* ' ""'V. ' ' ':' ':•:^-''-'f•"'••• WVl'^n^- •■■■ ■ • •■■•' ' ■ ■•* mmmmf' 1 ■1 ■,*!•." j**4-* —~— ^FZ m <;; Jii* *Jja«g m$am fafy'y&lWjf: mm W; .^Vr&INSs ':-ws?ir^? ooo 0 0 ft « o 0 0 0 0 0 0 K- -' -i , ^f«W itM® V n- 1'ai .' '■* {v,'. J". X'C.-J \pW^ ■ v-f '\; V-v,"';. ..;,■ — Defies Church #.«s M ■sib™ Onruahing Waters From Arkansas River Drive Residents From Low- lands at Tulsa. LvSs fe I * fcl ■OP ,i! Vfr.^ Cfi®X <# ;, 'vfwy^^M Republic in Throes of Civil Conflict When Un- paid Military Forces Threaten to Loot Capital. Seal of Country Missing, Leaving Official Sit- uation in Chaotic Condition Until New Cabinet May Be Called Into Session. PEKING, June 13.—President Lia Yuan Hung fled from Peking to Tien Tsin this afternoon fearing an uprising by dissatisfied Chinese troops. Peking the capital of northern China is left without govern- ment as a result. Many ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

, " ii: ToipH -very Day Anyhow? n w -• wt ^ ^ w W'W'ksi'%}? v 'Wy 4"•' #. -' i' SftSI'.Wt. /foV *jjt rfl'; .< '•*- ,• V. V *•«■', A' '• the prea<h- ./rmrw;, OQ the of Orange as the and re-pass, craning to got a glimpse of dress or their newest eh suit In the show wta- | or in the mirrowed panels I some of the more pretentious afford. - lftU« girt passes, gaily cTad Tut froct, looking srdi Gras,: and pirouette® the mirrowed reilectijw ■he beholds. The <urb*tone leaning against the pole, regards her with idle Ity, and ponders lengthily Certain phases of the science thoyogy. He watehes ihe 9* girl walk lightly down the end turns his eyes to watch next passerby. Can't Heep rp , Presently the school sliI marches, milituntly. along the side- t's edge, and pauses momen- to see the lengeth of her t in the window's depths. Then, Ejj; a crowd of Orange's most hopeful \ representatives of the younger gen- Sidewaik's edge, greets his eye. The incarnate word of brand new pride and of br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

# .'Mr *4 ■"istfwxm I'M w !1- N I ■" *"""!" """' , ,s, V";' SW« 'fit1!- Ml L _ — '■y' ■'■ '> ~— *r— j ili f '■■'■ . v. ' , *■ *T*—**—■*—"r-i innI'iri—i i A -—- - ■ - - ■ ■ i ..V . - - i. ■ Mi- ls BOM •• •/■'•■ ;>■• • • V<^| :. ..fv ■ f ' i/'J ner, Miss Mario McNeil. Frozen fruit punch nnd were served during the Mr. and Mrs left this morning C./C^i - ifBT: 0-ilcrease cakp - - ->« , Houston, I where they will visit Relatives sev- j The frucnts wore Misses Marie *Fal <la>8' ; McNeil, Thelma Thomas. Fern ... - T , ~ , Bland, Ruth Bland, Lotn Crowi — Misa Clemont t>f Oordie Crystal, Junnita Horrp. Vi- Oharles, who has been MIbb Zada Kellcy qjffTnn | ij to attend the Port Arthug. iMisinesB college. guest: Social Calendar WEDNESDAY— Sunshine Makers' Party — Homo of tfijKher, Mrs,. 11. Let- Davis. Methodist Young Peoples Aux- iliary — Mary Holmes, South Border St., 2:30 p. m. Morning Dip and Breakfast— Y. P. M, S. 6 a. m. Hogan's Pool. " OlrlB' Auxiliary — First Bap- ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

in n DAILY LEADER HE PICKED THE WRONG Hp ' v v "' L) except Saturday and Sunday moraine *t 101 ! • Oraace Printing Company. sxas, postoffice aa second-class matter Hatted Pre* Association, advance—one month, 00 cento; on® year 00. . wentalives: Knlll-Burke, Inc.. Brokaif Bldg.. Mew York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd.. upon the character, Handing or reputation of corporation which may appear in the columns of i gladly corrected upon Its being brought ti the ibtlshers. ats: No. 4 or 18. dowa or that some emporiums uv Hi i 5XAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1923 her mmoBopt J. barber * t curiosit over of 11U1« IP POUT THE AMENDMENT Q, forces in Orange are now combining to ie interests of the proposed constitutional i which goes before the people in an elec- 3y 18. These forces are composed of busi- *nd property owners, large and small, whe value of this proposition to the development 's highway system . •posed constitutional amendment is impera- ust come if the highways of Texas are to be cd ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

J I mmmmm - . PPK Ell ,"'fp & THE Oli. " i . "'|l>'.Hfl| ., '*' By Stmniey Token u Ui« h10i. u. Mine dny'i paper. Anything coming In after 10 o'clock will appear to the next «r'> edition. CImmC (tod ada are payable in advance. They will be taken o*or the phone through courtesy, but Ikkve chunge ready when the boy calls RATUH: lOo a line for first insertion, Be a line for. all (Biz words to the line.) Mo ads accepted following Insertions, for leas than 80c. TELEPHONUS 4 and 88. FOE RENT TWO-liOOM huubt) lor rent. Apply to J. Ave. Y. ltBBVBS, 106 Green * :* KING U32 lor (uruiuhed or unlur- ulaiied rooms wltli all couveu- leueou. FOR RENT: Light housekeeping room or bed room — modern couvenleuct-B. 912 Maiu. FOR RENT: Modem cloao In apartiueut, uuu parlor and every couvenluucu. King 133. FOR RENT: Room clone In, with udjotulug bath. 208 Eighth street, l'hone 904. FOR RENT: Office rooiua lu LucaB building. Apply Joe Lu(!iu . tOR RENT: Nicely fiuuiahed light houBukeeping rooms,...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 June 1923

■ ;'"j| i ...fcjjh X>1 srkI JPI1'#■*. • '■ ■ — n. - - ■ i I must be done before he accepts 5. That construction begin lit jthe project, and the neceaaitv df Orange and proceed therefrom, gaurdlng against propositions off "I am of the opinion,'* Mavor ' n —— i BKK , uirements of Com- pany Are Set Forth in 5f®tement Given Out jj^ere Today. ** W * present officials of the pro- posed Houston, Beaumont 6 Or- lotrrurban company must siow that they really mean busi- ness |f Mayor W. E. Lea accepts tfcifc presidency of that company, ac- cording to statement given out •We afternoon at this office. He outlined five requisites which Must be met before he would con- fer further the office which has gtjn tendered him by the offcials •nd stockholders of the company, «&fayor Lea. In Kiving out a state- ment with reference to his tenta- -EADER " WEDNESDAY, < —' i.i 'iMii* ■ Vi.; ■ ■■ •jjfi,::V I • ;r"- Avar, : nV,; • . ii.;'.: ——— — lit * ma'w «• u.n.. ...ki.. .1 tk.. n n AAlintv (Continu...

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