The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 16, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
Tuesday, Aug. 16. 1921
iHE ORANGE DAILY UEADfcR
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RAIL LINES ON
OPEN SHOP PLAN
30 - RAIL LINES.......
Labor Board Starts Probe of
Reported Evasion of
(By United Pre.i.)
Chicago, Aug. 16.—The United
Staten railroad labor obard today wan
understood to bo probing charges
that railroad* were establishing the
open shop plan in their shop*, thus
evading Jurisdiction of the board.
According to word received from
a.Mrion, Ohio, the Railway Service
company has taken over the opera-
tion of the Erie railroad shops and
is resisting employes on an open shop
The Indiana Harbor and Belt rail-
road at Gibson, lnd., is understood
to have adopted the same plan.
Railroad board members threaten-
ed intervention if it is shown the
transportation act has been violated.
Under Laws of
Nttos Marjorie Brown entertained
yesterday afternoon from 5 to 7
with a two t«bl« rook party in hon-
or of (be following ant of town
gtlefts: Mias Olga Slocum or Big
Sandy, Texas, Miirs Kota Noble of
Lake Charles, Miss Elolte Holiday of
The honor guest* were each pre-
sented with a dainty handkerchief as
a guest prise. The home yas prettily
decorated with aenlas and ferns.
Mm. Frank Brown, Miss Lyndall
Brown, Miss Mildred Brown, and
Mrs. Ben McDonald assisted in the
serving and making the afternoon
pleasant, Dainty^ refreshments of
Ice cream and sandwiches were serv-
ed after the game. An auto ride was
enjoyed at the dose of the afternoon.
Those who enjoyed Miss Brown’s
h os pi tally were Miss Mary Barrett.
Mary Ford, Katherine Griggs,
Dorothy May Dodd, Olga Slucum of
Big Sandy, the'guest of Mrs. Bres-j
nan, Kola Noble of Lake Charles, the*
guest of Mary Barrett, and Elolse fled column will fin l It
Holiday of Merrlvlll, th gust of Mrs.
The Boys’, Missionary club wilt
meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at tine home of their leader,
Mks. R. Lee Davis, 1X04 John Btreet.
Reports will be taken on the merit
work the boys have undertaken.
Miss Olga Slocum of Big Sandy is
the guest of her, aunt, Mrs. Kate
Bresnau on Fifth street,
Julian D. Mitchell has returned
from Tyler, where he has been at-
tending: a business college.
Miss Lillian Mitchell, Miss Novie
Miss Evelyn Sharp and Mrs.
Pond have returned to
from San Marcos where they
attended the summer session of the
Southwest Texas State Normal col-
University of Texas Men Lin-
ing Up to Go Into >
In forward passing; GUstrap from
Granger; and Abner Curtis of Fort
Texas is ambitious to defeat A. A
M. on the College Station field this
year, and the coaches are working to
this end. All prospective players
made thWr scholastic averages during
the last year and will be eligible to
play this season.
U. S. Women—Ugh—
DISPUTE IH SKI-TI KI).
London, Aug. 16.—Questions men-
acing the aolidarlty of the alliance
between France and Great Britain
have been satisfactorily settled, Da-
vid Lloyd George declared In com-
A little ad in the Leader’s clatsl-
THE OLD HOME TOWN
Bo^n, Aug. 16. — The original
state rouBtitutlon of 1780 is the su-
preme law of the commonwealth and
not the rearranged constitution,
adopted by voters Nov. 4, 1919, ac-
cording to a majority decision of
the supreme court. ,, •, t .
The court In a previous decision
held that the constitution of 1780
was still In force and that articles
ndopted by the constitutional con-
vention two years ago nhould follow
as amendments and not to be Incor-
porated into the rearranged docu-
The matter wag brought before
the court a second time as a strictly
legal proposition, with full discus-
sion by counsel to assist In reaching
n Anal decision.
< MAY SUMMON, FORD
Washington, Aug. 16.— Henry
Mml, probably will be called 'to
Ifeshlngton to discuss his offer for
the Musccle Shoals nitrate plant, it
was Indicated by Secretary of War
By United Press.
Austin, Tex,, Aug. 16.—Prepara-
tions are now <;being made for tho
football work in the University of
Texas this fall. Coach Berry M.
Or-1 Whitaker has issued a call for all
kickers and backflaid men to report
on September *10, with other pros-
pective players to cbme in Septem-
ber. About 60 candidates are ex-
pected to take part in the prelimin-
ary training, ana Clark Field is be-
ing put -into first class shape for the
gridiron season. Coach Whitaker
lias been in Wisconsin since the close
of the rst term of the summer school
of the University of TeXtts, but will
return by the first of September.
Charles E. Seddon director of play
grounds in Columbus, Ohio? will ar-
rive here on September 15 to con-
tinue the work as line coach begun
by him here last year.
Nearly all the letter men of last
year are aavilable to play this sea-
son, although Maxey Hart and George
Green received their law degrees in
June, and will consequently not be
back. Sim Hulsey, hard playing
guard last year, will enter Galves-
ton Medical School this fall; but
aside from these, all letter men are
expected back. ^ ^
From Europe Says
Men win. Apparently they are the
only western institution that pleases
the taste of Mr. Szekula. The coun-
try and cltleu, generally, are scrap-
ped along with the girls.
“Your cities are so monotonous.
They look like they had ail been
made by the same machine/’ FRANCE OFFICIALLY ACCEPT*
But so far as the condemnation of i Aug. 18.--France’s official
the American disposition, feminine acceptance of the invitation to par-
gender, Was concerned, ttie reporter, tlcipate la President Harding's dls-
being a girl, manipulated her ideas armament and Pacific “ conference
Paris, A eg. 16.-
hardt’u health is excellent, 1
finally stated by her family
Rumors had been circulated that the
famous actress, 77 years old, Wfs in
a serious condition as the result of a
cold on her lunga,
Captain Tom Dennis of the 1921 |and experience
team will tackle again, nd will t>e tactful. Your
reinforced by George Hill, threo let-
ter . athlete. “Swede” Swenson,
rangy center from Stamford will re-
turn, and Joe Moore of Austin and
George McCullough of Orange, will
both be back in the wing positions.
Leissner and Kills are two athletes
of three letter fame who will be
back, as well as Dominguez, who dis-
tinguished himself by tho finalftouch-
down on the Thanksgiving game lout
year. McCallum who has been star-
ring on the football field for the
last three.years will play again this
fall. Promising men among last
year’s freshmen are Joe Ward, star
track man; lan Robertson, skilled
8p*clal to Ths Leader:
Milwaukee, Aug. 16
ca, man Is a poor little animal
works from morning tilt night to
please a woman.”
That is what Frank Szekula. Ge-
neva, Switzerland, an international
dealer In stamps, attending the
American Philatelic society conven-
tion at the Hotel Pfistter, thinks of
the American men. But he doesn’t
blame them, poor things. The blame
is pushed on the white feminine ex-
acting shoulders. -
Men Are Charming.
"Your men are charming, but the
women, ugh—-terrible,” and a Euro
pean shrug puts the last touch to
the denouncement of American wo-
manhood. ** •
“Women over here are something
betweep a man and woman. They
havelPt any sex. They have all the
liberties a man has, but the trouble
cornee because they take advantage
Hands Prize to Sweden.
Mr. Szekula, who has traveled
over all the countries of Europe,
hands the prize for beauty and gen
eral amiability to the golden-haired
damsel of Stockholm, Sweden.
“She is charming. I love her," ho^
says, with the frankness of youth
"She is police and
girls are heartless
and did her best to run a close Sec-
ond to Scandinavian ’winners.
(MUf quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
“In Amcrl- Headaches, due to Torpid Liver,
was submitted to the American em-
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Ten Used Cars to be Sold at
ONE CAR WILL BE GIVEN AWAY !
Call on us for full particulars and inspection of cars. All cars
are in fine condition.
Hill Motor Companyi
Green and Third ■
I’li one 008
Act quickly as wc need I bo storage space.
WEDNESDAY’S 30 MINUTE
Tbe Mystery of the
Cook's Pet Parrot
Prices and Values
that Speak for
Notice that we quote no comparative prices on merchandise advertised in the 30-Minute Specials. No one
will need comparative prices to reaKie the value of this opportunity tox save money. THE WEDNESDAY
PRICES ARE THE P UCES THAT COUNT.
8 to 8:30
86-hieh Pajama Chock -
suitable fur underw r,
house dressos, tlilldr* - s
garments, etc., — in e
sold Wednesday for I if
an hour at. the yard—
(Limtt DO yards)
16 to 19:30
27-inch Ainoskeag Api n
Chocks —- stKsotutely fust
colors, suitable for many
useful purposes — to be
offered lor 30 minutes
only Wednesday; ynrd—
(Limit Ik) yard*)
8:30 to 9
8-1 Bleached Pepperell
Shooting of the very best
quality at a price that you
can not overlook,—to be
sold Wednesday for half
an hour; the
9 to 9:30
9-4 l nblenched Slice ting
—good quality and abso-
lutely no Jnipcrfcetions of
tvenvo — to be sold Wed-
nesday for half an hour
at, the yard—
(limit «i> yards)
(Disk 110 yards)
36-inch Glover Brand
Bleached Domestic of the
Very heM, grade featur-
ed In Wednesday’s 30-
Biinute Specials fop fast
selling at, the yard—
11 to 11:30
Dunellen Fancy i’ercales
—all colors, all designs,
-7 inches wide. These
new arrivals in a big as-
sortment, offered for 30
minutes — as a special,
A FUNNY paper recently.
• • •
SUPPED ME a good laugh,
e • •
WITH A whoezo about.
• * •
A FAMOUS ventriloquist.
• • •
AND WHY he had quit.
. . *
THE VAUDEVILLE stag**.
• • •
IT SAID ho discovered.
HE COULD make more Jack.
• * •
SELLING WOODEN parrots.
• • •
9:30 to 10
iMMnch fast color Blue
Shirting — very durable
and of a quality that will
give satisfaction, — fea-
tured for 30 minutes
Wednesday at, the yard—
11:30 to 12:00
38-inch Outing Flannel of
the very best quality; It
is lime to think of th?
outing garments for win-
ter — to be sold for 30
minutes Wednesday; per
SO WHEN I got homo.
• * •
I PASSED the Joko.
• • •
TO OUR cook, who owns.
• • *
BOTH A spcechloss parrot.
• • •
AND A sense of humory
• • •
BUT SHE muffed It.
• • •
BECAUSE 8HE didn’t know.
• • •
WHAT A ventriloquist was.
• • •
SO I had to explain It.
AND ON tho wuy out.
• • •
I BLEW Just a whiff.
• • •
OF CIGARETTE smoko.
• • •
AT HER amusing old.
• • •
FOOL OF a parrot.
• • •
WHICH NEVER talks,
• • •
AND I said, “Foil.
• • •
HOW D’YOU like it?"
• • •
AND TO this day.
. .V .
IT’S GOT me guessing.
• • •
WHETHER IT was cook.
• • 8 *
OR THE blamed bird.
• • *
WHICH SQUAWKED back.
• • •
/CHESTERFIELDS speak for
V_/ themselves. They let you
know you’re smoking. . They
‘‘satisfy’’ and yet, they’re nukf.
An impossible combination, you
say? Sure—everywhere but in
Chesterfields. The blend does it
and the blend can’t be copied^
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Baker, M. Allen. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 16, 1921, newspaper, August 16, 1921; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571072/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.