WORD FROM FLOOD ZONE Former Cheitor Resident Loitu Pot lesaions in Raginn Water*. Constable W. Scott Grace and wife, of Second street and Highland avenue, yesterday afternoon received th« first direct nev.-s that has reached this city from the flood-swept districts ^n braeka. Information reached ilr. and Mrs. Grfu:n to the effect that Joseph Cullis. a. former resident of the Eleventh Eleventh ward, "nad everything he possessed in the world swept away and destroyed by the heavy winds'and that he is now as poor as ha was several years ago v.-h^n he went \Vest. Cullis left Chester several years ago and located at Omaha, Neb. A couple of years ago he came to Chester Chester and took his mother and one brother with him to his new home. It has been but a few weeks since Constable Constable Grace received from Cullis sufficient sufficient money \with which to "ay the fare of his other brother to Omaha. The brother did not care to make the. trio and the funds were returned to the sender. 'Now word comes that Cullis, ai well as his mother and brother, are homeless and he would like to get back to Chester for the purpose of making a fresh start in life. Joseph is one of the better class of foreign, ers. He was not satisfied with the life of a laboring man and immediately immediately after coming to this country from abroad started to better his condition in life, and durin"- his stay ifi the west he has held a responsible position position as a chauffeur .for a prominent resident It is not known whether he will return to Chester, but it is more than probable.