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and to Customs Officials Capture British Ship After Leaving Port in Morning on OP the as of in resolution the, a fund other explained the this Is members that which Mussolini's Rise to Power Is One of The Marvels of Hectic Post. War Period MUSSOLINI UNDER ARREST IK 1««, TVHEM" HE WAS ARCH KS'BMV OP GOVERSMEIVT. BOB JONES KEPtlES.TQ JRUHOS THAT HE WILL BE MADE ' . TO LEAVE TOWN. Today's Program 11 a. m.--Union service of all churches at the fabcrnacle, Rev.' Bob Jones preaching. · ". '"" ' 3 p. m.--Bob Jones .preaches at the tabernacle. ' '''..-' C:30 p. m.--Union young" people's service at First Presbyterian' .church. . . - : · ' , ? . . 7:30 p. m:--Great mass meeting at tha tabernacle. Everybody invited. invited. ' "You know, there's, a, certain woman I'm going to meet before I eave. this town, 1 ' Rev.- Bob:.Jones prefaced to bis congregation last night. "I heard her ask a gentleman' gentleman' In town if he had been." to icar Bob Jones. . . . *. ; " 'Don't go,' she .said, when he .old her he h a d ' n o t 1 been. ' Tv.c aeen once; and 'I'll tell yon he's inat a common, coarse-mouthed, uncouth blasphemer.' . ' ; · · . "Yes, sirr I must have been shooting straight into the hole :hat old sister is living in," Rev. Mr. Jones remarked. "A group of 'ellp\vs have been' talking about irumming me out of town. I want to tell them that I am doing the drumming now, and will be fo'rthe next three, weeks." · · . ' TCT* From T.uke.' "Salvation |s a mighty fact and is tho wisdom of God whoae favor makea us heirs of salvation," he declared, taking his text from the first nine verses of the nineteenth chapter of I*uke: 'And ho entered and was passing through Jericho. And behold, a man called by name Zacchaeus; and he vas a chief publican, nnd he was rich. And lie sought to see -Tesus, . ' . . . - --Pacific Atlantic. MUSSOLINI AS HR APPEARS TODAY. Qratid Jury Finds Bills In Corpus Christl Bomb Case; Tfyo Arrests Made Special to The News. . · San\Antonio, Tex!, Nov. 23.---Juan Morales, 14 yearn 'old, San' Antonio newsboy, and Victor Fuentes, stepfather stepfather of the boy, who have" been held by Texns rangers In connection ],win-.declined, to divulge the Vhere- 'abputa of Fuentes. . "Fuentes Is safe, all right," he declared. "We have tried to get-In connection with his wife to allay her fears that the man has been harmed, and have fatted." VESSEL DISCOVERED ANCHORED OFF PASS LATE IN AFTERNOON The British schooner Island Home "with 865 cases of and two barrels of .beer aboard .was brought into Galveston tied up at Pier 20 last night at about 10 o'clock under the Suderman Young tug Propeller, chartered by Sam-T. special deputy collector. The capture of the schooner came, yesterday afternoon at about 3* o'clock off San Lius Pass by customs boarding vessel Kalita, under command of- H ; T. Baird. -1 The Kalita left Galveston yesterday.morning at 10 evidently acting on. a- definite tip that there was something doing on Galveston's alleged rum row. Importance of the departure was emphasized when the Propeller was chartered Mr. Zinri at. 12 o'clock, following the Kalita. On a previous occasion the.'deputy collector had chartered a lv!g to search for,a "rumored" Uquor ship off the the jetties. But this time ttie collector came upon his anchored off San Luis Pass after a short search in the that vicinity. The customs officials were" amply prepared way of arms, but-the crew of the schooner offered no FAVOE INLAND WATERWAYS; TEXAS- MEN /NAMED ON" DIRECTORATE. . . ' , iByAfciocIated Press. . ' . · · . - - : .Memphis, Tenn., ;Nov. 23.--Resqlii- tiqn Indorsing the lakes-to-the-gulf deep waterway project and improvement improvement of the channels of th.e JMIssIs- Ippi River a'nd Us three major tributaries--the tributaries--the Illinois, Ohio and Mis : iouri- rivers--and-urging: an /appror pHation of 55,000,000 for improvement improvement of the Mississippi-Warrior Barge bine through the addition of new equipment and the Improvement of. terminals, 'were 'adopted by the Mississippi -Valley Association at the closing- session of Its fifth - annual convention' here today. Other resolutions called for the speedy completion of Inland 'waterways 'waterways projects now under way. legislation legislation that would legalize the diversion diversion of water from the Great Lakes to .the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, equalization oE ocean and, rail freight rates ths.t would encourage greater use" of g u l f , and South Atlantic ports and the con-- structlon of good roads.- ' James E. Smith of St. .Liouis,. 74 years old, -leader In various valley improvement projects, was unanimously unanimously .-re-elected/ president of the association.---'. . - -/ Directors elected' Included: Roy Miller of Corpus Chrlstl and H. IX Bowens of Paris, a?ex. · . FEDERAL COURT IS FUSING ALT, JATLS NEAR BEAUMONT Special to The News. . Beaumont, Tex., Nov. 23.---The federal federal court is filling all .the Jail space In this section of tho state. Today the .county and city prisons ".w.erc filled and twelve; persons were 'sent to Port Arthur, i Federal court adjourned until Monday. Monday. In the meantime arrangements will.be completed for sending prisoners prisoners next week to Kountze, Liberty and other nearby county eeats. Today Judge Estes sent'fifty-four to prison for violating the national prohibition acli There are more than a hundred cases remaining- on t.he docket for final disposition , next week. It is announcsd that court will continue in session here till Christmas and then a special term convened early in January. Seizure. ^ . The hatches of the schooner vrero sealed last night and -a guard of in watches were placed aboard to await disposition' today of the crew and the liquor. .· · . . ' - The'schooner and her cargo represented represented the largest seizure made Galveston'-since the, prohibition law went into effect.--- . · The The capture comes .within a few days after receipt of advice of. .a- "polso'n liquor", ship from the West Indies', which was due to make American coast. -.At/the'tinfe" 6T''"th"a~" receipt'of ,tJie advice. It was not "tlmated as' to'\he size o f ' t h the cargo_ or_ her destination, the Bare"announcement being made. Officials Officials last night refused to say whether them was any connection betwean the .expected ."poison ship" and the schooner captured. . · Crew. Kept on Slilp. Collector of the Port R. W. Humphreys stated last night that it not been decided whut disposition could be made of the liquor and crew of the schooner. He stated, however, that .the crew^of the ship would have free run of the captured craft until decision was made as their status. ' ' ' Special · Deputy Collector Zinn stated-^that the capture was made about fivdmiles off,'San LiiH^ Pass and that £he seizure would come'' under the new" agreement between Great Britain and the United States extending the' limit of search from throe miles to twelve. . prom Grand Cayman. The crew of nine men are all ish, it was stated, with two excep-. tions, one of the. deck hands being an American and thp cook a or a West Indian. \ The. schooner's clearance papers enow her home to be hi the Grand Cayman Islands. a small group south of- Ctfba In' Caribbean Sea. She Is about seventy tons and is eighty feet in 'length. ShO' draws about eight feet A trim and-fleet craft, she was declared to be the largest and best rum-running craft seized off this coast. - After being tied tip last night, customs officials refused to permit anyone anyone aboard the craft other than the members of the customs force. The. cases were'sealed to'aTTftlt decision today as to their disposition." ; HolKt Britl.il» Fln«. . ' · ' A. number of smaller craft were sighted by the Kalita on' the out yesterday morning-, but nonja was seen In. the immediate vicinity of schooner. It Is believed that word of the approach of the customs was relayed ahead to the smaller craft. Those searched failed to reveal reveal uny signs of liquor, officials stated. When the Kalita approached tha'' crew of the schooner hoisted tjia ·British /lag-. Tho crew was taken (Continued on'PaRe 10,'CoIumn 1.)

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 24 Nov 1923, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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