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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
UP 0FPEW HOME
Vowells on Witness Stand
in Trial of Krieger
TRIED TOTET AWAY
Daylight Prevented Staying
at Rooming House; to
Home of Griffin.
Detailing under direct examina
tion the events which led up to tho
dnaniytlm; of the J. K. Tow homo
In this city October 29, 191", Hubert
Vowells. "no of the Mates chief wit
net r In the trial of Charles Krlecer
for conspiracy to destroy tho resi
dence, was on tho stand In district
court yesterday afternoon. The
mornlnc session of the trial wan Uk
cn up with the reading "f 1. V. V.
llternture flczed nt Drumrlght short
ly after the arrest of Krlegcr for
Vowells stated that two days be
fore the wrecking of tho I'ew real
denre, he went with Frank Henson
to a atone quarry near Hand Sprlnps
and stole about a dozen sticks of
dynamite. An hour prior to tho ex
plosion, Vowells, now serving n sen
tence In tho federal penitentiary nf
ter pleadlnjr trullly to this charpe,
with Vinnk Henson and John Mill,
wont to .'hi' I'ew home, and nfto
placlnc th. I owder under fton
porch. lifch'ert the fii'o iitxl walked
east toward the Midland Valley
rallroa 1 fads.
When nbntit two blorkn away, the
three heid the explosion nnd then
ran to the tn.cks and nt'empted to
make tholr way to t'r.n Missouri
roonilnir Inns'! on First striet. Day.
Ilfiht showing in Uie nst, they
nti.indon:n 'his plan and went to th
home of Oa-. Jrlffln In the east
part of 'he city wlioro they remain
fd In hl.Wn; nc'. of . i-ty.
The wjtncs.) li tilflr-l that Krleper
had been powli-ii ooc to liltr as tho
man who wool 1 p.iy roch of thu
three men M25 f.).- nytnmltlni; tho
home, and that while this promlso
was made, Vowells has never re-
ceive.i any part of ,1110 money. Coun.
ei ror iviecer declare. Krle,-,. rltd
lot know any of the 'hem
(lynnmiteil no row hn'.ie, and tht
he had ncv.-r in his ilfe rocn them
until December of 10 1, wlin they
were plawl In thy Koder.il ijU at
Muskosec to aw.ilt ,'..
BREAK INTO WHISKY RING
Arrests Mode In Phlcari Vcad of
Speedometer Concern Surrenders
c1S!LICAOO'.JMar 6. Charels n.
...11. in, iJicniiicni or mo Stewart
Warnrr Hpeedometer company,
whose homo was raided yesterday by
liquor asents, surrendered to United
State Marshal Uradlcy this morn
toff. Mr, Smith wn.f Ukcn before Com
mlhsinner Mason and posted a 2.500
S." T.ho arrt,,t' according to
Prohibition Commissioner D.ilrym
pic. developed from confessions of
ueTu ot ,nn alleK,cl My ring
lesa'ly. " eClU"K liaur
He Docs Heavy Work.
. 1,0f "ve years 1 have been troubl
d with my kidneys," writes Bert
nr8"1?1 I12'' Wal,,ul -. Canton,
'.' ,I.do neav' work, and that
with being on my feet all day, i u
strain on a man's kidneys. My
rouble started with severe, sharp
pains over my buck. The medicine
I took Rave somo relief, but the
trouble came back. I bouKht a bot
tie pf Foley's ICldney l'llls. and be
fore It was cone, my pains had en-
, 'I' ' ,mc' Hnrt 1 hav nt heen
troubled tlnce." They relieve back
ache, rheumatism, sore swollen and
st ff muscles or Joints, sold Kvcry
AN INDIAN'S SECRET
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Lon. Satftlkn h.i ,uMrfMf in m.r
. . of kilOm. fillmi Stir mi
fiftlrtff wh.n t.rrt thf htlr iMIon of tf.it
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Isn't It True
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r.xeliniiRo .National Hunk.
On !liton, Tulsa's romln street.
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