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

i.itn.''.,, i I,.....!..,, ; 'j1'1 ;1'"' lih ■ i '"'liii'"11 ■ ■""f'lh'ft '"" '>■);.'l'!1 ' i"!' ' IX. - ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923. ■:?' -Ill:.1i"y;:i:,v^t - ^7'"fe,l<J Ar"""'—■ 11',-v. vW4.1 . ijX'-Hf NlwMi^TO,' wtmESw^wE^■ #Mwt ■ c*"- a nnpy^rr aci inrc vvnto/vrain u>a : # mmm SRsifi it;; - ' *ip G DISCLOSURES TED TO RESULT FROM? ; OPEN HEARING OF MER ROUGE MURDERS ought: There any setf-madn H TODAY'S HA are entity & widows. jgeO •.; ■■ ■■ S*' ■ •" Wtm ft ■■ i ■ ; r ALfiJXANDRIA> LA. wants :i radio 1 broadcasting uet and we understand they had design on the' net being operated by Jean and Gordon Gray. m 1 Hdwsver, it appears the local chani- ' hJf of commerce has beaten Alex to it and the set will stay rlguthero in Orange and continue to advertise us to. the wor d. ' ' ' *■ ■ v; TALK ' ABOUT optimism? It fall'ly radiated troni the membership ineetiug of the chamber of commerce last night. We certuinly are going to tia\ f one big 1U23. Highway Noa. H a...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

wr JUP WBKSKMmam tllfl SHfiS \m\ m m iw - C?a *imrs Mma K'' ' .' ,"v ■' - \'Jll' V $) -ir A ',' "> L'V -.'.'V-J'. ..' " i — .. , ' , Jan. 12.—-Farther courtship and marriage i b ftnn today byG. C. McDan- wtao was placed on tile witness yesterday to testify in bis own lwhaK on the charge of having slain' Mfrjlretty young wife here Nov. 29. McDafciel was not placed on the Stand uqtii late yesterday. His at- torneys ted film through a sketchy - 0( ),], courtship and marriage bow'he met his wife as he was ,_Ji to his bed beclusc of an ac- cident. Just before court adjourned JtfcDaniel related the story of the quarrel which led to her death. He testified that bis wife, had been; lylug la bed crying, that he left her a mo- ment; he returned and found. her bleeding, stabbing herself-with a pair of scissors, v According to McDaniela she fled from the room and fell prostrate in the hall. The case will probably go M the Jury late today. Co-eds Will Obtain Extra Credits By Feminine Athletes...

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

mmms — cases spssa c/v/rrv j(/Wi£ / / BfH ilsSI 1 j ^ ..:i . ,;. ss I S lifrrtrl'-'-1#>---iOl''*K I - .vi?1, iP jyjia'w byveaeh member. b*r take a KM iift&te: V -;«$ fe> • 't ji}! *1 evening attbe b, IB $ «at Of local A®* Bfei-' m ijlillli iMiihiWi I ; J| '- ,il|fn' j i iii'iijiiito Social: Calendar i FltlDA Y— ! / literature Club — Chaniber of Cotuerce rooms, 3:110. ; , W> > Hendfjuar- Balley ■■■' r h'j r\ w '■■ Ms is < P $• l Pi m sU*'; f: * ' " '' ft* w • l if ■ . 1 K'' ' . f<K ' n W- - i'* ii , 1; VI * i Wry 1 P 1 Hi- 1 Bl' ] 1. ' j 'mM, 4 If, : 1 I, m K | i .; Ml. 1/<■<<:■■■ f fff ' ' iv 'i'V ' ' I §1, III | ■ H W.\< ■IK#. m iV Ij1 ife-' ■S ■Pv W .] Oe-'v ,^1 BwwsH- |i;i ■ ■ K|ifc: ■ Camp Wenonu — tew, 4 o'clock. NATUKIMV— Shakespeare Club J|tiu«e,a o'clock. ' Music Department of Woman's • Club --- Chamber of Coiuniorce. s 3 o'clock. -; MAFK'AGE " ' A U MU0E j A Chinese girl, when sho marries, becomes her husband's property, and i« hound to obe...

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

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

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

$tr t plant of {he .nurse tand •r of the newly created child clinic nod health center work, under auspices of the Orange county of the AiuerlAn R«d*£riMM, getting under way in vpfeudid Regular clinic hours have established for both1 white and colored pat (en tii at the Fnuwve Aun Lutcher hospital. Iff' schedule is: Tuesdays, 8 to 10 a. m., eye, ear. note and throat clinic, fur wliltfe and colored. , ■ t Tueadajrs, 2 to 4 p. m., deutal clinic, for ..willtes only. Wednesday, 2 to 4 p. general cliaj*,* |pr ouly. Fridays. 2 to 4 p. in., general clinic for | colored only. This adbedule Is for Orange and the variohs additions to the city. Clinics faf the oil field and other, parts «if the county are to •t specified times for examination orf At thf,clinic Wednesday, two reg- ular patients were treated and four. ew onmTexamintd, by I>r. I'hillips On the general cliuic days, the phy- sicians of the city have agreed to give their time to the work, rotating al- phabetically, as to which doc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

§ : \: '3t immii y ?:; VK " ('' *""" 1"1'- "111"ly ■"'"Tl"*' s ■RKIKS?£si . wwy ■ ** w*T •wy w w phangareadyjrhen the first* 1 to tfl TELEPHONES 4 and . ' lli-'M 11 I I l J!" I ■ ^ ^ % ^ \ ^ l l:i lloitiH Kl WANTED TO TRADE; Houseboat ip., Pan bp «eeu between £"?' -af ■*«** | MBT:, .«.. F^.;' 4 please/, retufcfa to 406-«,th JM., tor c phone i.jfc " r pj V' ..'',, II ' H * ■ H i i . apartmtmta, prlvat , corner ia n;iw;: f «ra. uc*. win. smtm Two Wj, :w)- tu'JW bed. Appl* , 6 U 8'?'|urn. _-qou'j .. , p,;" j r*, s''; ,*;• >*- '* *' 1 apartments, fnrnwi-cc iiu**ir ffinf• > ■■■ . poi: f ?, meat n rooips '^■Yi FO* 268 RENT; Home on wfeen ave. modern conve«fi*Mf ' Atfply ■Ha 704fare«a. II ■ ■ miiiwi. 'linn m MM ■■ ■ ■ yii'n.i H i ■ RENT: Nicely furnished *part- wltk y^ffOMalaffl. Ml .I.M.I f II HHI*lH*ll P , J.' - " FOA RENT: || *.— « tiffi also light housekeeping ib.. Si# Main.:" ' "ffx ■ <y; ■* Nicely ifuruhbed bedroom tor 2 g uitledieu., 708 Green .isre., phope * , mm '■{Two ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

i&iMft m «ws GK w<im will be broiut- j'Oraiigfl (gnlRht by the dglng to ^eaji aiul Gor- ;M the Whltf Hardware ry d#uil of the' program b<. w completed, however, it ) be composed of muVic and t speeches, both or which are ; calculated to inform radio euthusi- > shout Orange. m BepUes from previous concerts lie to pour In by each mail to Ofay brothers. f Among late communications are from persons-having; heard the local station. WKAL, distinctly at: Sua Prairie, Wis.; Freedom, Pa.;' Moines, la.; Hagwtown, lad.; ansa, Neb.; Aberdeen, S. D.; Chey- ne Wells. Colo.; Anita. Ia.; BemU, Tenn.; Long Lake, Minn-; Merrill.' Jliicb.; and one communication from New Vork City. ag James Hutcbeson of St. Csther- & * toe's. One Canada, dropped a post- card stating he had picked up station "W^KAL for the first time on Dec. 29, jfln. %mi 7 using a single circuit set *ilh a «in-J gle tube. wwm i in Gun ' i \ 1 WACO, Jan. W~~P P. Ct l« •ualy pounded in day, was expected to clans declared...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

' THE ORANGE) DAILY LEADER 1 ,'^.1 V' """i'""*.vr^"y _i. 'N"' * The CfSwn Mercantile Company's JANUARY 1.1 —There's a loss to be taken sometime each year by every —merchant everywhere. We take pleasure in losing —ours now instead of later on. Every article of —Fall and Winter merchandise—Every article New Spring merchandise—now plenti- —ful at our store, will be included in -this Sale. We don't like to lose -money but if we've got to -we want to lose it all -at once. So -here goes. 75c Damask Fine finish Tulile Unmask; all puro white; figured surface. -!ale price 25c Cotton Flannel SALE OF 50 PAIRS OF WO- MEN'S TO $5 SHOES ■ m® Tliinh of if clioici both ,hi>rh iiikI low CJood heavy weight flannel of an excellent quality. Sale prlce__ of .TO pules, all Mtylen, ... heeln; all sizes here, flioujfh not all sizes in eueli style. If size is here in your style of *h«e not fail to save from $3.50 In Im* here arly Tor (lie hest. your you run- * .<>< —but 25c Percales Full ^ni-il ...

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

■HRPHI afternoon except by the fflgwm<wv\ R^WdsBi ll«N n*fM n. i£— Tar Saturday Orange r B. H. *ICHMOND. YLEADER Sunday moraine at 206 ;,av v as aeoond-clasa matter. Association. M cento; ___ WML Inc.. Brokaw Bid*, New - CMrs m Baath Michigan Bit*.. m, J -was- ' ' ar arraaeous reflection upon the character, atandlag or repuUtlon of WW*, ton or corporation which «My appear in the column* of Leader will be gladly corrected Ma being brought to th« of the publishers. •« All Departmala: Ko. «e*a% ■ «t i P': fe ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY ■ EAST DRAWS UPON CALIFORNIA OIL „ Standard has an official newspaper mouthpiece *' lenown as The Lamp. The Lamp says that the East is \ -going to draw upon California to meet its needs from the petroleum fields of the golden state via the Panama canal to the Atlantic sea board for the eastern re- fineries. Approximately 9,000,000, barrels of petroleum is ^expected to be transported annually via the canal and from this movement it is estimated the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

fci, tP" 5 ¥ ¥?m WZ *> «*•■' J ;T*W 7 **. "* A ^ v- ■•• • r im-ffirj . . • •,• ■,. - /WPliita ¥ ■ *SpJ&$ " v OT m m ■ ■ vv$.c> n • .Amrn'&j If V I >■ ' ■ ■ ' r READY-TO-WEAR r:.V fm N 1 mm , 'tii. .m§ j IB] * | i MB./ ii ever brought to the atten- e comparative prices mean little; buy , This is what we offer W' V FREE! * v-; Five people trading at Handiey's will got their purchases J absolutely free regardless of what they are. You might get ) h Huit or u Dress, you might got something smaller. Here's how we work it—with every purchase from 5c on up you get a ticket wit it the nmount of your purchase written on the stub whiqlt is deposited, and the main ticket which you hokl. The last day of the Sale 5 tickets are drawn urnl awards are made according to the aniount written in on the ticket. Fur instance you purclm.Hc a $.'t5 Corijt and your ticket is druwn— 'J you are outil led to $35 worth Of merchandise of uny kind in the store. TICKETS ALSO C.IVKN WITH KVKHY DOLL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 January 1923

iSk' ) l> III ill I KjfiV P ; '• . 7< !£ pjjy'' if • wj¥" d<r: ••JW'v/TflV-.- ' riWI 5Ae Mac/e //er Sheiks Step Fast By ROY ninniws XKA .Stuff OoiTi>: <>ii'l<'i>t CHICA(K), Jan. 12.-—EllBahPth ("Honey") Sullivan, 21, who i>ol<c« say is oonfoseod queen of a bandit gnriR of eight sleek-combed youths, bemoans the loss of her pe-arWian- dlwl automatic while in Jail here preliminary to facing a score of rob- bery charges. So big Amazon, this holdujt tig- r '«s de luxe, clad in her ui> to-the- miiuite regalia She is a fragile slip, wiih wide staring eyes and a mouth that intrigues as it pouts. Krorn b'ehind the bars of the jail here today Kliiabeth told the story of her life— how siie first took up banditry in quest of thrills and con- i tinned it to secure money to fill her hope chest to be used when she was! to wed her alleeid bandit "cheik." J She said: hand out. Xo, I can't "blame any- ' thing, or anyone except maybe — if prices weren't so high for clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

u i Mmm m PBRB 9? the March IIMMB -t TODAY'S HAPPY thought: >°«* ****** U* avoid the ruBh. , -r-r ' 'f tONDAY -YOII can flivver <mt to city wharves anil doota lor ?6c get back the iame Way under tho ow bus line service which be- gins at 7 a. *'■'' JELL, V?E Put It over. One more In 'the right direction was sn by Orange rOunty Saturday when ,the commissioner# court or- dered {the hiring of a county (arm demonstration agent. . There <b ev- ery r-oaaon to look forward to great accomplishment* in . Ule yoara to como as a result of that action. Farming fa the mainstay of the nation and will be the mainstay of, Orange county.' ' * •• FIVE PAY days hath September, April, July and December. COUNTY ted 1st rioting plan over until Febrtj/artP. That be plenty of time. In the mean- T (Ef ta Jra§!M[ E*' time, those who favor it can push. THE LEADER received a <Art«r advertisement from a Beau- mont firm with instruction^ to run it for three insertions. Look for it <a today's issue,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

mmM infi mtttA : ■ ■.<<"■ ™"-''' R , ••• w- w; U-*&• W (ipn n "im H pmmmammmmmmm IF r® • ■■■ ■ ■■ Wl, ■ m ~ my .„• I JIBS JpflCraa iff' '■ ■' 1 ■ , • ," 11 ^ ' : ,. v,>r .%: npyi p sp-? m' U i ifi'i m. (f- , i */; * 'possum hunt Friday night. Tweu- ..., ' ty-two scouts aud boy visitors were .,, there; also scoutmaster, assistant ■■•■ scoutmaster, one committeeman and ©tp'* -♦* Ma wKtejli: w. &«. am ifeUn bhi V; «- ■ • Slip,. r "i •> • ,*. • 'r ' iiMi: t*- v. ,• Troop J went on a 'coon and counties are doing- goort work etcept Bona. This troop-has been closed up on account of a change in scout- masters. The new scoutmaster. Rev. E. A. Peterson, announces that he will get the troop in order nest month. ,To date eleven Oraugo county school boys whp attend schools that have no spout troop, have jpined as pioneer scouts. Two of these scouts areat- Oilla, four at ITalrie View, four at Wtnfree and one at Gum Grove. Parents St boys at other coun'/ schools have been of mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

m: 5p. «m%:F NIHMMM ■t!mmr I®' ffl ISsK mm MP ^fA tJl IS®®; m m 3 '"'fJ gfc * a ■; ?> P1 P%>t' !$?$(&« V' Ijvfe®,1'' Ig^S^'r/' KKft !$*« i £s# ": Ife PP;. wpfc* r r Vm&t'rt' JV' SSPfe: St IP: fey R': ' wi li.. si ®tp*V H'U? fSfgk ,y? ■' «$;,; Tr ' ■' ^ t:1'''•' |\ '\,y ', 1'•> _. mki P*j$i ' I I ?.«>, s Kfv Monday Bridge club~-Mrs. John jMfl® Oroon avenue. 9 o'clock. Public^. Library—Chamber of commerce, 2:30 to 6 p. m. ; Degree of Honor ^Odd Fel- lows" ball, *7:30. v .f.Ca"^H.'dec-M™- R- **• V A. J°bn street, 3:46. ,. • * Headqnar- ? \ v|? mi*: w. Camp Weaona l®r8> * o'clock, i Camp Mudjeko^wls C- Griggs, 608 Sixth street. , o'clock. • I KNIMt— ^Tuesday Bridge club — Mrs. Vy. II. Stark, til Green avenue, 3 o'clock. Camp Tehaa i— Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1Q02 Eighth streat at 3:30. Oak Tree Nest: Blue Birds — Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm at 4 o'clock. ■'■ Mothers' department of Wo- man'* ciub -—'Chamber of com- merce, 3:30; Mra. Cbas. WcFar- lane, leader. WKIWK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

BUS -, ■■: ••■' " , 4 . . ••* i' : ,; iT< ,'&V. 1 ' •;'',i '::y ' ' ggggjstpaffjlwfcy ,> sm-sc •O, Jan. IS.—i-Tlw "lover'# tragedy to which *19-year4>la ' Ship worth Mi murdered and a over a 800-foot embankment IB*** an uacxpectd mm" today-, that Placid Miss Naomi Boucher, a ?6-year-old companion of the slain youth and her two brothers, Horace dad Bernard, In the band* of Texas . • ■:'1,' 'v *i Tbo three were charged with mur- Jito '•' ■ r."* "'/>*;,-.;' .'' | Miss Boucher, at the hearing of ^ IfW Chwl, negro, la*t week; testi- fied he had shot Skipwortb and at- tacked her, later throwing the youth's hOdy owr JoVer'a leap. v' Ute-coi/ile was attacked by ,j the iifv :V, w lie automobile ritriajr In of the bluff. 4 ^ rrest of the rioucherg. fol- complaints sworn to by L. A, th, father of fhe slain lad. ers refused to reveal the lereabouts ol the trio, merely stal- they were in custody. r"s | <* ——* —** 'ft. I' I KIP " IK Out of Itoumlx .■May a '^laye* ''jgriblile £?...

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

HH ■ i. • ' f| ■ •I a # II ioa ■ i He i;|M «f ■ v mm ■ S&'- m&- RslS: Wm ■"M •i.'' v *.. ■lElp i,/ -$ PsO Hf # Huiuoresqua (By Dvorak) ^rDvorf w«* «>e son of an in h®®p® ' *M hi8 **" er wanted the Joy to become a butcher. Dvorak, however, learned tp p|By the violiu Wdat the age of slkteen went to TJWue to study org*n, He is, one sWte.t ®f Bohemian compos- $ ** known through his «rln- Ips and hli songs. "Humoree- <f*e was written as a tone-poetn for Piano, but was lost or at least hot JJnown until It was brought forward y Kr els J or a few years ago as a violin solo. Since that time it has become Immensely popular, and It Is now "beard as an instrumental solo," as chamber music, for orchestra, and even as a soag> It Is universally known and loved, The name "Humoresquo" Is usual- ly Riven tp musical> compositions In which the composer has attempted to show, some humorous situation or( feeling. Whatever* Dvorak In- tended to reveal In this number is left entirely to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

• •• *& I®1 '\M-.r v>. 14 J«n . IS—A clash be- and Germans in the averted today, when the Commission agreed to pay ' itor coal deliveries. a conference with German op- rs the French threatened ar- , _ _ j^arine owners aiitl irupnrin- tendenUi and contfsration of the supply it work was not re- ed on Monday. Ira explained they were "line 'o pay temporarily to avoid hs of the mines. W>" The German offer to continue to "ne the coal if it is paid for Is ' subject to the approval of the na- j tfonal commissioner while the French are referring to Paris for ,$$ Instructions. : , fm- y,- ' m ' Kffl&ffliiSs a f ®4T,. fm PARIS, Jan. 14.—-French troops may ociapy Rochum today or to- morrow as a punitive measure for Germany's refusal to make requir- ' &. ed eoal deliveries, it was learned today. K/' {General deGoutte, commanding 1 l' the army of occupation iu the Ruhr said yesterday the French army J®? would not advance further tlian if Germany did not take provocative steps.) ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 1923

# mm U{:-! miS mm h Ki /•: isiim 4?%ASfll0l , La.* Jan. IX.—-A dra- matic. conference between leaders in the senar.tjbnal fight to unmask the |mk3 & Ku Khi^ will' b«J |Sn". in Morehouse parish,* hute today." General Coco, whose I- *'. AH$rn«y ? probe of tho brutal murder# of W tt Daniel and Thoruuu Iti^harrttv bus ^SliPjp,0t0, a* a^tept^i^oao tho • &}. ■asp® 4> ■■ 1?';' invisible government" In an ofrort to end the reign or terror la tho community and Captain J. K. .Ski|>~ with, exalted cyclop# of the-Ku Klux Klan, will ttlpcusa Uk different phase* in aa open hearing now being hold here,': "Re-opening of tills old fuod will * t result in bloodshed,'' rildpwlth told the State's nttoriteys In seeking tie conference today. Ho declared the state was making a mistake In 'delving into affairs of the pariah klan or into the cause of fued;between two factions in community. . r he time for the meeting hal'not been set as yet and meanwhile the state prepared to. continue the pro...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 January 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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