The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 103, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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ird of Mayor andCity Có
was held last night in the coa _ .
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all members of the local
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retary of the Navy Winthrop has gan Today. Several "
about completed i few simple re- - - *
Hh m iial
b between the
e to' .. and it is the desire o
Oí the various prospective matters head of the "local org!
*r discussion, three ordinances 15% prepared to main
probably the most important; now '
^ibiting' teams leaving, or
M teams, hauling wood 'j .'o*.'
slabs leaving on the streets any ¿¿rel
slabs that mdy fall from the wagons. t
off whether ■
activities bad ceased or ¿
not. The .rain"kept falling, 1w?/er,
and the departure of the ' ilijrsr#^,
er offensive refuse in
cept the designated
'It is considered that the passage
ind enforcement" of these ordinances
are very necessary to the cleanliness
and health fulness of the-city.
It was decided to make strenuous
effort to collect alt back city taxes
- and all delinquent parties are warn-1
e4 that by giving this «patter atten-
ex- urged t-
cy tp'iée, during the practice
of the O. B. C. aggregation «
Hooper the one-armed player * )......
een in action. The manner iu ní?h
this phenom handle , the *11 i.
nothing hort c
les of the fact t
vmn •. .y.-V'r*, •* j
ng ihe new features the !d,
"What per centage of the off . V
and crew can swim fiv? imputes
without ■ exhaustion?" ftow *n
| compeltely around the ¿hip.
i« ag«HiLJfimp of money
e, instead of the former allow-
- tion whicn began lÉrjl^.
Th«delegates do not expect to
re^tition of such event at
occurred at Chicago and Baltimore,
Ipwre ar&' «!*eíatr
d fojr nomination _for pre
Vice-president. Among the ||g
dreVl delegates are severa " '*
it from California.
platform beside* la*
prohibition «lice , WB1 pr
I ab^cMe flanks regarding the
of the other flayers
from hi, practice
" as another problem
***$$&; determ^atic ffM
ill be made thou^t it may
ions and assess
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J the close of
«•^•ction vil manifest by, Both aré
5*" council Ü
I F. H. Harwell
a ífam tfiwA;
street between th
so 'aa .'jtb.-
into p^per.Jt; The
^ ^adg of a -
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for the sake of gaining high itani- Public utilities, the initiative, referen- ,
ing in the: miiintcnance ^al)owaii<ce and recail election of Un
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STARTING JULY 13th. OUR dltio" «0 other long ide
JULY CLEARANCE SALE. EV- the prohibition move«nen<
ERYTHING IN THE STORE RE.
DUCED. D. MOSSIKER. 9-31.
Durtnaa and Haines to Row.
Toronto, July 10— Sculling en-
hit nine times out of
I *«4, fci « « «; |
.the Oranim;. Civic. ■ League Fr
July 12. at 4K)0 o'dock in the *c
g^l^p^P^mercial Club|^| _
thusiast are here in great numbers ititereste^ parties are requested ft.
today to; witne* the race between ' be present.
Edward Durman of this city and Wil- j j>£
Imm Háines of Bostob.jfpr the cham- m
It,will be a three-mile sculling race.; New York, July lO.-JCoincident
Bot^..men are in prime condition and with the distribution of dividend
have.hosts of friends in the betting "by;two or three subsidiaries of the
DurrSan is nephew of the late Ed- Rubber trust today, attention la cal-
ward Hanlan, who held the world's i|ed to the fact from London that
championship for many years. Haines tlM! rubber market is at the lowest
was formerly the dhampion hunter ebl> in several months, although val-
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July |2t at
of the Orange
e most import
l« Ú oí the
■' *' in Serial
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of Hngland and coach of the London
Rowing Club, as well a* mentor for
eral big. Continental rowing
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STARTING mmi& OUR
JULY CLEARANCE SALE. EV^
ERYTHING IN THE STORÍS RE-
DUCED. D. 1
ues are generalty well maintaine
Officials of various Urge con
declare, howeyer, that the poor
ditions are only temporary and I
i no dang«^« r i
e«l"to the extent oí "¡mm
distribution of dividends., &
: iiii innWi ' i.
to the DAILY
to carry the
cake to the othecside of the big pond
but the 400 meter free style swim
r* is an evfnt in which the Ameicans
— — to be outclassed.
San Francisco, July 10—The, Gold
en State League, recently organized
by several hundred Catholic Women
of this city will enter active campai-
gn work this week/The purpose of
the organization is to take up wom-
an suffrage and
For Sake of Mrs. Wilson Who Was
i" Born in Georgia and Passed
,W- Early Part of Life There. "SV
Atlanta, July 10.—-The women's
:e up worn-; cIubi of Georgia will take an active
"~"T an n8truc*' part in the campaign plans of Gov-
ig the women on i ernor wilson this year for the sake
these fine of goods now on gale. See window die
ENAMELED and TINWARE, ¡T
hold goods your choice 10c.
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m the rooms
are requested to
how to vote. The main,purpose of of Mrs. Wilson who Was born in this
^ °rKfn'faUOn 18 to 'rapress UI'°n 'state, and passed the first part of her
laL of tte blnS^nd the neccLsiW l Ue in Geor«ia' Shc early lhdwed
*great talent for paiming-andmany
of makin<r use of the baye. gone
^ that she would, probably .have had |
clobs here great (ttture M w «rtitt if she I
f. ® . not given tt& mo t of h^r Work in
their m- thig j¡ne a(ter her marriage to Prof.
' ■ ' Wilson when heiWas a struggling col
™l I legiatc instructot at Bryan Itkwr.
" Mrs. Wilson haa matfe a name fór
herself as a landscape gardoer. Mrs,
Wilson will not, of course, talje any
activ«5 part in the campaign to elect
her husband president of the United
of making use of the
right, to vote. The ~
ment among th
is very-strong, the
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but she says she believes that
he will be successful n#xt November
and has already written personal let-
¡8. ters of thanks to tnaivy clubs that
u.báve signified their intention of h«!r
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 103, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1912, newspaper, July 10, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182834/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.