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Pella Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 20, 1922, Pella, Iowa =M|ft�fofloal (Hhranitlv The Official County Newspaper MIX IN R. R. TROUBLE i Governor Says Violence Will Not Be tolerated I The fallowing communication,' unsigned but enclosed in an. envelope with the return card ot the Executive Department of the State of Iowa, State SUFFERS FROM BIG STORM THT TO thai> �r auom t "*l'ai."���< me oiaie or lowa, state / 1 � "T T* *�T. L. OFFICIALS Capitol Building. Des Moines, and HUNDREDS OF TREES BROKEN AND FROM DOING SHOPMEN'S WORK ma!!ed at 008 Moines, was received timm .vn-^rrmmv,, AT ALBIA. LIG.HT AND* TELEPHONE WIRES BADLY DAMAGED. I at the Chronicle office Tuesday after-|noon of this week: Des Moines, Iowa, July 16 Gomrnor Kendall tonight.gave out Albia, la.-Striking coal miners '9r publication the following state- The-worst wind storm Pella has had here, in sympathy with the strike of nient: - f0r aeveral years occurred Sunday railroad shop employes, demanded "It Is reported to me tonight that In evening about 8:30 o'clock. It was that three Minneapolis and St. .Louis some sections of the State threat? of accompanied by a heavy rain and con-railroad officials stop the work they violence are being employed to pre- ,8i,ierable thunder and lightning. How-were doing on the company's right of vent men fr?m performing certain ever'there was but very little dam-way m ufforts to keep the trains oper- kln
but little-damage ing the heavy storm in which three wa8 done to bulldlng8. Jobn ulrlcb.s ______________...........,.,B wu,, �'Tore lnchea �f J?inKhad. fallen- Zh* barn was moved from the foundation, Local authorities were considerably T I JVL �l Z ..^.�an,d "if and ,n a few cases roots were damag-concerned over what may take place 8 w ,h .g!, dlfflculty ed by wind and in others falling trees today in case the railroad officials JJSSTt �De � I m Z*^*^ 2f' broke cornices and gutters, and a tew continue to work, which they said \i "i8" be W.e" � ��*Jtch and ride foundations suffered from the flood of they intended to do. The men worked � t!�L8e! outf. ,eav,n�f the on water that accompanied the storm, along the company's right of way with- *w flnffw^ii^0^^ However, However, no family was driven from . , jn several hundred feet of the d�not. ^ey ,SPally. de.clded ,to tr* to, drlve home, and no. one suffered bodily lh> do was completed by night, the men 6 deTf ^?ha**fde �tihS.brJdg? ' ' -^^.-.-^wv left at 10 o'clock, presumably for Os- � ,hT ^ Jhey tod ""J**" kaloosa. * ey top thrown back and were sitting The greatest financial: loss fell up; on the city and upon the Fowler up on the back of the seat to protect Telephone Co., both having hundreds Pella Woman's Brother themselves as much as possible from the water. When in the deepest part TSTnrrowlv F�rnne
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