Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1918 Page: 1 of 4
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I THE BRITISH
in .the fest forty-eight hours, jt is i
Hindenburg’s cohorts have been w
J? p^®ns hflv« signally miscarried. fraP|ris-i
teNf ■/*' .f» &
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rd ffStanftlH'Fr0m Careful,y s,ftecl infom°a^ fpm ]
It is learned the Germans expected to occupy’Ami
■ “«n or a*th day; Amiens is still standing.'
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Haig reported. “Our cavalry has fougk with grrat^J ' SK!!i?
ry. At Demium the enemy’s attempt to capture the
joke down.after,sharp fighting throughout the after- .endi«completen*u«.«f
bg on a certain
full moon in *1
| ber of shipyard volunteers 1
I rolled. For the
I rector* William E.Hall, t
. it«>. The ft.
if the dl-1 upon and the
THE FRENCH ARMIES AFIELD, March 30— EF
ch Wibing planes have dropped 65 tons of explosives I "It is tfl *v<* »">• “ “ a PCC",i*r
c^mcatfon jines during ,he enemy offensive: I * **
■sor.l citnnot occur
assert the German arniy is accompanied by special I?",^
squads, Whose duly is to strip allied and German )./->' .it tsv sard. r.
of all clothing and-equipment/ \
iree in Germany.
(.‘Which am ex.rcmdy^£1'3fS
B1fS* . H 5 ., ! . occupation, called for.
t th* 25i
fact thUt Easter
the 22nd of March
th of Xpril.
I mtjn needed by the
jtt# next six months is
jsonsble accuracy, but
^Ume? there] °rJJter
labor, except! ■r"c ** te!*t E*4t«r in this century
Is it short-1 w*a occur «n April 25, 1843.
who have 1 The churches of the city will ccle-
shipliuilding J brato the occasion tomorrow with spee-
in particular J ial services and the following program
Jfor thp churches named below will be
March 30.-/-—The battle was resumed with fresh I t,*‘se c*n secured front >he unem-
ilast night and Progressing on a forty-kilometer front ]tT’ wh° *r° ‘° be c‘,nsidwd fir*1,
njxmoreuil to heyojid Lassigny, the war (&&* reported.
WASHINGTON, March 30.—By the appointment of
Jral Foch inter-alljbd generalissimo on the west front, as
ult of direct word 'from President Wilson, carried by Sec
iry of War Baker, there i% strong conviction of the pr<
wn. Consequently, the twm-
Hl^oiii the resertt|csn
sred in the bati
30.—Hie basic eight-hour day was
"s packing industry by Federal Judge
an award in the packing arbitration
AMSTERDi M, March 30.—^The correspondent of the
sterdam Ham >lesbald, who is visiting the Verdun front,
Ufe|he saw | reat trasses of German troops concentratec
l WITH THE AMERICAN A^Y IN FRANCE, Marci 30.
Charles Taft, son of former President Taft
been recomm ;nded for a commission.
M* *• ‘ il
gw ■ ■* ...
VlTH THE IRIT1SH ARMIES IN FRANCE, March 30.
first fJiast of the Central powers’ great offensive is
sr, I believe. T1 at second phase will begin as soon as Hin-
irg batfered losts can be relieved and reserves brought
, h®Hever, cam ot be doubted; The situation has not ma-
changed tljrolighout the British lines. This morning,
IS, Marc i 30.—Workmen were still searching for
the ruim of the church in which bursting shells
ew gun yesterday caused the death of 75
and injun j 90 others.
March 30.—Germany refused to grant
o|ships carrying grain for Switzerland, the
informed this country. As a result
ml£ held until Germany relents. ***
it Six Montlis.
M reported, the number of
men nsdeil for building wovtden vessels
within s^oionth is about 4,000; within
three months, 6,000 ntorfe; and within
six months,' 7,000 more. So far as re-
ported, the number of men needed for
building steel vessels within a month
is about fcff.bOO; within three months, |
8t. Patti's Episcopal Church
Processional hymn, No. 112.
Introit, Christ, Our Turnover, H. P,
Glorie Tibi, E. W. Seed.
Cretins Tfti, E. W. tfrett.
Nicone*Creed, K W. Reed.
Hymn—“Jesuits Lives, Thy Terrors
NOW, No. 116. >'
Hermon, ‘' Luster Greetings, Bov. 8.
Flag.” J. D.
Decision Day Tableau, *’Gcd Wants
the HoyS asd Girls.” > • ;/) (
11 a. m,—Postludo.
“Praise Fe Jehovah," choir.
ScMj^te Reading anu Prayer.
Offertory. ' ;*
Duet, “Fear Ve Not,” Miss Lilly
Stark and Mrs. Robt. Lynch. 4
Sermon, “If a Man Die Shull He
Live Again f”,
“God Be WitK Vou.”
“All Hail the Power,” congregation.
“Hail"to the Victor," choir.
“Crown Him," choir.
Costumed reading, “The Resurrec-
tion,” Miss Lilly Stxrk.
Tableaux—(1) “Clinging to the
(2) “The Angel’s Message."
42.000 mure; and within six months,!
68.000 more. These figures do nof take
into account the loss of tnto
over. There are at present
1)00 shipbuilding employ
this time the losses resulting front turn-
over have been tremendous. /
At present, most of the men needed,
exsept the highly skilled, can be se-
cured from the unemployed through
through the United States employment
service offices. The reserve will he
called upon to supply all that can not
be secured in this way. ( This number Isas,'' 368.
Offertory "Holy Offerings,“ Richard
Hnrc^ No. 478.
Sarsum Corda and Ter Sanctus.'E. VP.
Eneharist hymn, “At the Lamb’s
Hi*h Feast We Sing,” No. 118.
Angus Dei Communion office.
Gloria in Excelis.
Nnnc Dimittis, C. Vincent.
Fourfold Amen, Neukomm, 213.
Recessional, Allolujah, “Wing to Je-
Speels! Musical Service
A special musical service will
held at the Presbyterian church tomor-
row evening at 8 S’block A special
Easter anthem will be rendered by tho
choir and also several solos will be
sung. Everybody is inqfcgd to be
present and enjoy these excellent
mjgm i, K
this character, is u
greatest victory ever
It evidenced the
shirker is over anl| th
t Farwell, all
front, and when ft i
, there was an ■
W , ,
of k opinion !
in a town the -
the sojdiers of propers
saddle to stay and to win.
It means a new life and history writ ng epoch fer
Orange, and the citizens of this city should feel a just pride in
the men who have made this accomplishment possible. To
show that the spirit of progress is in the air, it* is only neces*
* fay instances, viz: ( *“ '
’ $65,000 Holland block; the new $35,000air-
dome; the $3,500 addition and improvement to the F
National bank; the Hill Motor Co. garage. These are i
tainties and are in every wi
in progress, is a* concrete
dry dock for Orange; a vi
lousing the mechanics employed in the city; increased fire
protection; improved sanitary conditions; a $1,000 semi-
Other things that t
Preaching at Little Cypress
There will be ^M^ing at Little
Cypress church S^P^at 3 p. m., by
Bov. W. W. Watts, pastor of the First
Methodist church of Qrange. Every-
body is invited to Be present.
professional baseball nine as a means*#! amusement and en-
tertainment for the thousands of workers in the qty.
There will be no abatement in-the battle of the army of
progress, and the fight will continue until all of those who are
lukewarm are made to resize it is necessary iuld also apleas-
ure to battle shoulder to shoulder wiih the armf of improve-
ment and progress toward a bigger, better and great
Those who took part in the battle yesterday^
follows: F. H. Farwell, H. J. L. Stark, W. A. Gunning,
Ball, Geo. S. Foreman, D. W. Montgomery, E, T. Dn
D. Burt, A. M. Smith, W. B. Simmons, jr„ B. F. Bra
Wossiker, E. W. Anderson, L A. Woodworth, E. 0. MctUm. , i jj
Early next week an itemized statement will be pub-
ished giivng the names and amounts subscribed by every
member of the Chamber of Commerce. v. * .
Service at 7:30 a.m.;' 11 a. in., and
will become larger and larger as time
goes on, but no or* tan teit deunitely If:go p. m,
how many the reserve will be called op.
on to «N#; l h«~ «> «-*» * }EASTER DAY AT THE v
timately alt the available competent | CHRISTIAN
men regtttered in the reserve will be
needed. This fact should be lilkprseed
upon the registrants in the reserve.
PETRO0BAD, March 30, 1018—Most
significant changes in tho relations of J for the regular lesson"
Russia and the allies are apparently t0.c|0clc the beautiful proeessionnl wHJ
ci!___lc_____...Ut. 4knl. i i . .
Easter day wil be observed by spe-
cial services at the Christian church
on Ninth and Main streets.
The Bible school will convene at 0,10
Promptly at 1*
U. J. LADUlC ^ Inl/UjIHILj
OffARlENT1 Of TEXAS
working oat. Simultaneously with thejmark the beglnlng bf the Easter pro-
rctusn of the allied dipTomais, Bolshe-lgram. , - j ■ _
vikl speakers intimate a miidificationj All over America the Bible schools
of their program to a point someyhat j w*1* «nife >" making this a great “De-
approachiig that of tho abire. Thclci*ion Day,” when aU who are out of
Soviets policy is changtng os a result ChriJwi»J?e ^ opportunity to
of the conviction that the Soviet* are 0 ^
sufficiently entrenched to begin con- bave ^
struetiveSvork. To this end they are L makc (Uy of enlistUlUIlt.
preparing to uUUxo what they regard pou0wlng the Bible school program
as the more liberal dements of tnojat n o'clock there will be Easter mu-
bourgeois in building financial ana I sic by the choir and an especially inter-
military structure. War minster Trots-1 estlng sermon by the pastor,
ky s among strongest supporters of this- At 9 p. m., Bible school teachers and
change. The Amerlesn eonwl gt Mos w',rk*rs wiU hold thdr monthly busi-
cow has Informed government that the K? "“#*«.J* whlfh time rep.rrts of
«— — <■ ”“■« t 'S.-JSS
ness relations with BussiO;
BLAND TAXpro VT THE
, QUESTION OF BASEBALL
V- v w ?/'
Will I* Vining, seeretary! of
Chamber of Cmnmejreo, reecivtd a tele-1
phone message this morning from Mr. I
up tho matter of
and plan* perfected for the second
i °^Wfrrsr I
i;»0 p. Id., Is the hour for the even-
WiH ^ “ n^U,‘
l * |d[.
Class No. S.
SPEAKS TO LARGE GATH-
ER1NG AT LABOR
W ON JOB”
WA# nxu xxi^NOTE OF HIS
TALK WITH REASONS
At a supplementary meeting ot local
la|wr leaders held last night after the
regular program ot the night, James L.
Itodicr, th« ‘evangn of industrial
peace, as he styled hU position, made
a novel proposition to the shipyard
Reiterating his injunction to “stay on
the Job,” Mr. Rockier besought Ms hear-
ers In no circumstances to strike evea
if the very worst happened, nut Instead
to notify the goytritmcht that their ser-
vices—the services of every shipyard
MOVE BY NATIONAL CON-
FERENCE OF MANU-
?0R PRODUCTION OF FIN-
ISHED PRODUCTS TO
BE FULLY GAUGED.
DALLAS, March 30.—A move de-
cided upon by the nationui conference
of State Manufacturers’ association as
a necessitious one is tq be carried out
by the “liuy It Made 'In Texas associa-
tion," the official manufacturers’ as-
sociation for the state, in tho near fin:
ture. Ibis move is the survey of tbf
manufacturing industry of Tcxta :gitd
will be one of ^he most, thorough ever
conducted. It Will be clone in connec-
tion with a like surety in the other
states of the union And the whole will ,;
be formed later into a national sttrvey.
The purpose of the survey will he to 0
reveal the capacity of leva* for pro-
duction of finished products. This hs !
turn will guide the government in the J|fl
placing of war orders, and will lie,
effect, to return as near a.s possible
money Texas suliscrihes in bonds and !,
The government has not cattp
the Hie survey, hut is fairly certain to , -»
<!•> so, jib! the move at the suggestion
of till national conference is a pi iijs^imFjrj
ci I ness move. Richartl IL JRjce, of
willing at any sacrifice d)U» befp'
government while refusing further
be exploited* by avarice and greed.
1 his i,.o,l proposition was disi
worker in Orange were at the disposal Par into Rie rfgfat and recdvi
ot the authorities and that they*, were hew ft v approval of quite all i
invlfrt. Gomqiveady ^wiMinjr . tq go in a ta«r ** R waVagreed that jUl
whereever they .*ould Jive oft th#
amount the government was wlUirig tp
f»ay. \\ ‘ \ *'-•
Boston, js ehairiiiMit of the national
ommittee at work oh the plan.
In the Texas survey, the state will
ne divided. Into twelve r.ones, and the
war work committee will name a chair-
man in each tone. These zones will
gather complete statistics in correla-
tion with each other, anil the. trtttsip
amass new ami uecui.it,- statistic*'
Texas indtistrj-. The plan is twjrty
tain to meet with heart' co-operaUojE
from all Winufacturcre; ncganlless
whether they belong to the nssociat!
for the information will guide the
eminent ,it Hie time they desi
Will not lw s di^
wm aiwouneed jt
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Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1918, newspaper, March 30, 1918; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563182/m1/1/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.