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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1903, Hutchinson, Kansas 4 JL vol. 1903/ ' No. 243. A DAY OF STORMS special from A I severe wind and rain storm here early today caused several thousand dollars damage The storm traveled at the velocity of a the Ing down signs and outhouses In all parts of the city The light plant was damaged badly and tne city will be in for eral At Seattle High Water in Lake Bursts Government Bridges in the Suburbs are Out or Seriously Damaged by SHOT AT Hurricane Oct. 7.-A hurricane is Sweeping over A portion of a 180 feet of the new city hall at a suburb of has been blown down and trees and forests have been The wall at the new baths of Dresden have been blown killing four and Injuring eight A mill blown down at numerous other small accidents have Large vessels left Hamburg but smaller craft remained in port on account of the ' A fORNADO NEAR 10PEK\ With Heavy Rains Throughout East Part of Hurricane Sweeps Over Germany Doing a Vast Amount of Oct. 7.-A special to the from The worst cyclone that ever this with Ave funnel shaped passed overhand west of this place last night with death and destruction in its The territory which it passed is about eight miles two largest funnel shaped clouds traveled over a strip about a quarter of a wide terrible The dead Mr. of Mrs. John Miss daughter of W. The seriously injured W. P. W. Bailey and his sons and two son Ollie in all probability will H. wife and F. S. Manis and - Nine families are without food or Stock and crops greatly and the loss at this time cannot be ' Damage at Oct. series of heavy ended in a tremendous and rain storm last Signs were blown trees uprooted and much minor damage The passenger shed at one end of the Union depot was blown across the blocking and the warehouse of the Lawrence nursery demolished Heavy Fall at Oct. 7.-Three and one-third Inches of fell here last The storm was accompanied by a high wind and a Generous In Oct 7-Twto and inches of rain fell here between 9 o'clock last night and 3 this The downpour was general Attempt to Kill Shafer Who Will Testifies Against Shooting Was By Masked Men and Bullet Went Through 1 His FRAUD IS CHARGED WAS THE ATTACK Enemies of the Deweys Charge Crime to Young Man Was Riding Across the Country When at by Mounted AGED DEACON LOSES and Receiver For Shipbuilding cern Goes Alter Schwab That He and Others Sold Plants to Trust at Fabulous OTHER SHARP PRACTICES To Secure Absolute Control of the By Withholding Interest Schwab and Others Precipitated Into a Chicago Resort Came Away Shy Oct. 7>�-The sound of a familiar wafted from attracted Jacob as he walked through the narrow levee thoroughfare last He Is a deacon In the church In his home Many other persons wero passing up nnd down the but not all had been drawn to the spot by the missionary music of the Holiness which was holding a religious meeting In the street Mr. Bauman is 00 years old and a stranger in He is also stranger to many of the city's The Holiness people doing slum is The Holiness people doing slum missionary work Interested and when the singing stopped the deacon followed a tract distributor Into a house whence came gay laughter and the tinkle of a A girl balanced on a French heel and kicked at the Another blow a cigarette halo for the evangelist With the to a chorus of from her a and the of the church choir at Wing faded wholly from the deacon's When the evangelist appealed to deacon in the Wing a he was re called to his Mr. Bauman suddenly saw some of sights in Chicago were even though He realized that the path of the missionary tract distributer In the Chicago slums was no fit place for and that it would be especially embarrassing to describe the scene to the folks New Oct 7i-James his breath and 1 started for the There he encountered three young NOT GRAFT The Way a Kansas Official Describes a Storm In Southwestern Oct. 7.-A heavy wind and rain storm this section after There was some age by but co one i Oct. 7.-Allen Shaf the state's chief witnesses celver of the United States In Dewey murder was fired inS his answer crowding In to sVe the sights he at by masked men and one of the tbe actions recently instituted in reached the street passed through his arm United States circuit court against the | that his 0 1 containing was The on the beat arrested John known as one of the Sergeant heard the description of others and later ar LIGHTNING KILLED Reported Kansas Oct. 7.-A Star special from The town of Coffey with 200 is reported to have been destroyed by And Injured Several Others In a Railroad Kansas Oct. 7.--Lightning Struck a tent in the Rock Island camp at Eleventh street arid boulevard in Kansas at 6:30 o'clock last and two injured five others and shocked all the other occupants of the about fifteen in The Joseph Franklin and James 1 The Edward John John Patrick Gillen ing Shafer was on company and himself as by his way from Rawlins county to Bird the Mercantile Trust and the in Cheyenne when the New York Security and Trust attempted assassination took the former to foreclose its 01 me aim later of the shooting reached tho at- eage for a 5 per cent mort | Curly a WeBt Slde The two were held at the Harrison rome one with latter to foreclose Its street and Bauman at tne on some one connected witn tne so as upon a bond issue of Dewey in this Mr. Smithy to the since the feud which resulted Charles M Schwab D 11 1 If * 0 e killing of the members of the Nixon John S i family hv Dewey's The band of Holiness evange sts oy K R. 1. M. In party of the lives of the 1 vv r ln tne levee on both sides have been In J. Horace i district tomorrow Pans are S that Young promoters on foot tor the b invasion of inere is tne of States Shipbuilding of in Sunday of practices in whether with their sanction tne of 1 - carual in School Board volves Several Members und the MEN HELD UP Clerk Demanded a Part of the Premiums Paid Teachers Claim Have Been Held Up for and to Secure MEDICAL STUDENT Mr. Smith alleges in his 1 JONATHAN EDWARDS Kansas Oct. 7.-M. G. clerk of the board of education in Kansas admitted last night at the regular meeting of the having received a part of the premiums paid insurance companies for Insuring the various school buildings of that city against confession was the of an Investigation growing out of complaints of insurance agents who represented that they were being held up by the in his stated that tho money was given him without his and that he felt that he had a perfect right to accept it. Ho referred to tho money given him as a not Tho finance committees will further investigate the and tho board will later what will be The Insurance men who complained were G. F. Morrison and W. B. Griffith both of whom represent various They represented that it has answer to the the New York i Andover and Harford Celebrate for years been Impossible to and Trust Company that the Double Centenary Insure a school building ln Kansas Bethlehem Steel Company's without allowing a certain than to cent of the premiums o go to the Oct. 7.-Bartholomew brought into the United States today at at a young trained nurse and shipbuilding Company oh the basis or lno clU Tho board did very business Started Out for a Walk With in His night's Fifteen persons are I TT ' of who was the being seminary of the 0X
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