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TWO QALVESTONIANS AND CREW BRITISH SCHOONER FACE CHARQES Complaints Are File d; Zinn Indicates Cases Of Men Closely Allied Principals in Recent Shooting of * Wealthy Oil Operator by Chauffeur Charges against two Galvestonians, Joe Varnell and J. L. (Johnny Jack) Nounes, and the CJt'.re c.i-ew p'' t h e British au:;i!iaiy schooner Muriel E. "Winters, were filed late 'yvaierduy aftoraoou by customs officers as a reaalt of the seizure of ',be British vessel Sunday afternoon afternoon and the previous c a p t u r e last Thursday in Cole Pass of the motor launches Cherokee and B-8T3. All .r«Hj laden wi'.li liquor. Tne complaints, which involve fourtec-n men !u all, wore filed at 5:30 o'clock before United Statos'Coninnssioncr C. G.''Dibrell, who stated that warrants would be issued and "arrests made tnis morning. The crew of the vessel were s'li: aboard, tiucl"r arn:«d guard, last night, but the two Galveston men had not bnen taken iuto custody. The seamen were charged on two .-oiiQls. the first rdloging conspiracy conspiracy to aud the u n l a w f u l unlx«line of intoxicating liquor from a vessel within four leagues' (twelve milesj of the coast of the United States, and the socoud charging conspiracy to and the u n l a w f u l importation importation of intoxicating liquor into the United States. CHIT ML I VQfPnin I mm i u Chnrero Two I.-ocn Y n r n ' i l l n n d X c u n M**n. are charged OISES AS HB LAY 1ST 1,OS ANGELES HOSPITAL. GREEH AFTEH ARnKST. h a t i c r . of sifctiuii 593-b of tin- t a r i f f ' o f 1922. UK: specific a l l e g a t i o n be. be. ing -.hut they did. in p u r s u a n c e to such conspiracy, '"Import, receive, j .r°!!£!.urt iind fat-Hit::!:- ·.'.'.·· trans- i p u r t b t i o n c f t i - i ' i m p e r i a l ion of Ini Ini t o x i i ' - ' i n g .|qiii,r. k n o w i n g t h a t it · ·! was u n l a w f u l l y Imported." OWN-YOUR-OWH-KOME IDEA IS w i , , i o - t w n d i f f e r e n t .-o m p ia!nts I N the presence of Edna Purviance and Mabel Xormand, w e l l - k n o w n :::ot:·-·:-. ;,:ct-;-v ictrciscs. C. F. TO BE FOSTERED TO HELP SALARIED MAW. Dines, wealthy oil man, was shot Hiid w o u n d e d by Horace Grc-er. c h a u f f e u r for Miss X o r m a n d . The s h o o t i n g took place In Dinea' apartment. apartment. j T. V l i i i n . assistant f - i l l t " c t o r . i n d l c n t o d j thn 1 . *.h': two car.es \vvre 'losely al. al. ~~ I lied. 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The rnpn woro e x a m i i i ' - d si-p- "*-.\Neff to Ciqll Convention To Select Time and Place To Hold Texas Centennial n r a t P i y . K f l w l n Tt. M l H t i i n t l / n i u d S t a i n m-y. f r o m I f o n M o n . took juirt In t h o I n i o r r o K n t i o n . A f U - r j jrlw'n to ±!lll^!_*l'l'_^!llh^ lJi:!lrw. I n d u s t r i a l J n c w t l o n a . J. H ^ y - m r r j f h o f f o r , r h n l r n n u i ; H t - n r y A f l r l - nncc aiu! (Ifor^r: \V. I^'ll Jr. A p - j i r u i H n U ( f n r t h r f r m n n t l i M . '/*. 1^. \ V h l t ) * . c!:«lrman; f i u r t A r n o l d n n l Charl«»« N V v n n h c r i j On r n u t l i i n of Mr. lJ*:!h»w It w n n | - u i m n l m o i i t t l y voted t h a t n o m e m b e r ! v / i l l urri'pl u r f q u t r H L to u * i p r a i H r ' - i»rcijj«. r i y in t i n * - w i i I i t M « - l i i n - K u l a r · Mr. S m i t h d.^orod it was a "trav- ei-ty mi . l i i N t i ' H - and » n o i i t r a u e . 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Clipped from The Galveston Daily News09 Jan 1924, WedPage 1

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