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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

Be on your Guard. If sonic grocers urge another baking powder upon you in place oi the " Royal," ii i-, because of the greater profit upon it. Thi> of itself is evidence <>l the supe riorit\ of the " Royal." To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder, .m<l to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials, and tlui>, though selling for the same, give less value to the consumer. To insure the finest cake, the most wholesome food, be sure that no substi tute fi r Royal Baking 1 'owder is accepted IIV \ Oil. Nothing can be substituted for the Roy a! Baking Powder and give as good results. HE HAD THEM. * Stnrj «>i Mnrk Tmiilii Tlml Mayor May | N.ii It.- Triii'. This is a story about Mark Twain told by I a Hnrtfonl man in hii up town cafe the | other nigh I li maj uol lie entirely new !•■ j everj one, bill even if ii isn'l ii i- good nilugh to bear repetition. cine beautiful sntnmer morning a few years ago Mark wandered mil before break ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

A HARDWORKING WOMAN. ■ ,i i.V«b«'hurried UJ git throufb, •A u mo as lots of nimmlndo: SSSSJIt night htr husban said. Sufc»lnt roneoln to como to bedr" *^ B iK kinder glvoa hitch. {!«S.h«lf waytatweena stitch. iS wrter slab. »n Bay that »ho j WM ™°v) sho reckoned. »n»otlie >cnr- vvtnt. ..no by our. • Somehow sho was never done: £"£n the angel said as how. *J|, . Smith, it's time you rested now," chTjorter raised her eyes to look JK£d,«a»tUch took. , rieln. I'm comin now," says she. -I-m ready «s I'll ever be, ', I reckon." Albert S. Paine '" Kansas City Journal. PEG WESSON. itwas in March, IT4.">. and the com v pused in Gloucester to join the ex- Pjftion ggainst Louisburg was to leave with the rising of the morrow's ZT la the spring twilight three young *L ffl ade their way, with noisy jest wng, toward a wretched cottage aj stood in the outskirts of tho town Jrappe'l loudly for admittance. flu door was opened by a withered jj crone. A candle, burning on a j% table, dimly reveal...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN, Editor amo PUBUSHCR I'nliliohixl ovcry I'H.lhv evonlng, hi I'ull mim, WhltaWß county, Wa»him:toii. A'J AdrertiwmonU will be coutinut"! an>l cl.argwi for until (irdenxl out. 11 i.ms OF BUISSCIUITION: ONE YKAI! S-.00 811 MON us ONLY '.".".!..■■......... 1.00 Lake has gone, bill ho \» nol missed. Tiie Lilley tliHt Sonrished in the fioinitv of ihe Lake should follow Buit> auii travel in tbe footsteps ol th» mort gage Jrohassr; he baa outlived his use laloeM in thaee diggius. Laki has gone to Portland. He donbtleei became discouraged in his at tempi to captnte certain sip*, and will now geek postures whore his Pullman record i? not known. Pullman will be better off when it loses a few moro of Lake's ill. [* ll' the jury in the Parker murder cafii consider* t ho imoD v of Kiu>x as it was River, ho doubt they will bring in a ve: did "i guilty, Inn if the defence cao sue seed in lir<*nkif g down the damaging ev idence of Parker'i old pal it. will prob ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

CjnONTOWN UNITa Jeom»l, Ssth alt. I*Tjl Smith and Chas. W. Willig I 1^ yesterday for the mountains in ** ion o ftta. Bouth f..rk of tbeClear *|'on»Pro r ' e flotin expedition. They **, , complete camping outfit, and ex t to »t<" during the warm season. Xbe DBke and Clearwater rivera are high owing to the recent rains and jjiiring not weather, and as a eonse ' ° DCc Lewiston is suffering. The "°i«r i> breaking tlirougU tbe levee "defends part way luto town. Sev '"ifamili" have had to vacte their boos*- X»o carloads of hogs were Bhipped m here Monday, one each respectively l. E Banme^ster of Asotin ami 0. A. viler. F. H. Putnam, a Tacomi buy • purchased iv this vicinity and hipped three cars of cattle and two Mot hogs from here Monday to the city. Thos, Carstom of Seattle ,jjppeil two cars of cattle on the same •sin. C. C. Sannders of Spokane ijiiped one car of cattle uud oue of Mp yesttrdnv. Chiie. Poti oh has ought batches of hoßs from M. Sehnl (ljeir, E. Becker of Coltoo and ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

THE HERALD. WIIKIHK ALI.KN. l-u1.11.1i.-r. PULLMAN WASH. MRS. DR. RAWSON Asks for a Divorce Because of the Doctor's Practices. A SMUGGLING STEAMER SEEN. It«Mni<Mi. M.iMiiiriit That Uu I.mini Favor In Tai-niua Women liilm to »'.■ SHlK'tlllfll lI.T CiOll. Tacoma.—Mm. U. W. Gallagher, wife of the pastor of the Atkinson Memorial Congregational Church of Old Tacoma, in the leailer of a new religious sect. A Dumber of women, principally married, have renounced their husbands and men generally, unless- the latter have become sanctified, a- the women believe them selves purified by God and sanctified be yond the touch of unsanctlfied mankind. The movement has met with sufficient popularity among married and unmar ried women and a few men to warrant the leaders in renting a ball to discuss the subject of universal sanctiflcation, which they consider an Important "lie in a higher civilization and ethics. As a result of adhering to the spirit of the principles of the new sect there are re p...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

r= THE SEA song. '•" « ouut unto the «* unknown. !W* ,ijrf«me melodies and Ungbtor low, ••*„! riDDI«« frolic to and fro; I"1 '*1 1" „,!.' lovcluys breathed in under- aa ici nixht: "ill. milling moan, J fWt 6 ,' l W."li>ki«»iißtal.M.f woe: ,riu.npl. mus as o'er noiutf vanquished J£' oo «Ith foamy lock, wind blown. "*„„_« l 0 the dying ear it bring*. **fj^olma chanted soft of waves that A JjTitr»nK» dead marches, ai with imif it'bMts"" "i'lii'-lv shores: and when night S^JooniOß lullaby it rsings, *kln'» it* own unlo eternal slevii. B<*kln- -m. c;. Ollllngton. I\lV\\. THE ROVER. -iere, Ralph! Ralph! Hi, you scampi rt^back hern, sirl There, he's gone! jjjbr two or three days'tramp again. j- pardon, sir! 1 didn't see yon. 1 •jiiiiii busy callin the dog, 1 reckon 1 .*-!>• v.ilk.-'l over yon. The matter, jiWell. il'•- that dog, Ralph. You j^j,] in. 1 call him, 1 dan- say, A Ser older fellow yon couldn't find i 8 day's travel, but he ha- one bad ■iliit. .Most lminaus have more tha...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1894

Mrinorlul Sermon. The lollowlnß la the full text of tha sermon delivered 1 y Uvx. L.O. B»ird, in memory ol the ilecewed ioldierton Bun ilay last: tTKtTi-r-Zalhariib 8-9. Thns Batth the Lord of Hosts: l.et vemr bands' >w strong, ye rial hear in Hi -"' 'I *ys these words, by the month of the i r.>;> i ■•-. which were lo theslay that the foun diitoaut the hoc.-c-of tlie Lord ef Hosts was liii.i, II 111 the Utopia might be built, liiiiiu- ami 1-lli-i.dt. and lleiubera of the Grand Arm] of tho Bepnbllol V s stand upon Uie grout foundation of a Kepubliol The foun dations >n brood, d. ep, costly; the strnc'nre. to be in Ko< ping. n:u« l/c- massive, high. mßgaifi nnt. We have gathcrrd today to listen to tho vnlcesof the past as lh«i tell us of the cost of then' foundations, Wi' stand In the presence of the bnUtitn of Iho pa*i and t.»k vim is our work lor the future. '1 hi- battles which deter mined il.i- |4ams and specifications of our Temple ofl.il uiy i. teover; v." nre to ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

Hlje ™1f 11 Hit ft iIH Hp^f I y 1 ■- '-i.' .VOL, 6; NO. 33. BOW IT WAS DONE, Detail* of the Lynching of Ed. Hill and George F. Parker. lie Horrible Deed was Most Systemat ically Carried out. The lynching oi'llill and Parker last unrday morning was the only subject on our streets Saturday, mil various sentiments were expressed jßthe subject. The deed was well calculated, and the tochers carried out their purpose in a most systematic manner. Jailor B. F. fawcomer, who was overpowered and locked up by the mob, says that shortly before one o'clock Saturday morning he w as aroused by a knock at the door of his room in the basement of the court bouse, and in answer to his question of "who's there?'' a voica answered "we've got a prisoner from Palouse, and we want him locked up." The jailor, thinking he recognized the voice of Marshal Carter, at once opened the door, but he had no sooner done this than four masked men poked guns into hil face, and marched him down the passage way of the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

HERALD. WILFOKD .\i.i.kn, rtlUH.her. PULLMAN. ... WASH GIGANTIC FRAUD. Clever Scheme to Land For eign-Born Coolies. THE LAKE CANAL QUESTION. Mm I. Comment llrgardiiig the Ittltnde of Taconia Superintendent of Brhool« tv Selecting Teacher*. Tacoiu, Wash.—There has been much comment of late regarding the attitude of School Superintendent James in se lecting teachers. Some of those inter ested believe Mr. James is too fond of young and inexperienced women teach ers. The principals also have a griev ance. They seem to think Mr. James does not consult them sufficiently in making selections of teachers ami in carrying out the school work. They held a meeting recently and notified the Su perintendent of their views, an| he is understood to have replied that Tie had not intended to act without their advice. There is no doubt al>out the existeni c of dissatisfaction among interested persons as regards the present school manage ment. The opposition to the removal of Superintendent Gault st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

-^-""ths phcebe BIRD. I.i mvv" in "iy P>riicn growing ft"'* rAr.drS»sy with the heat: o n . |. Houdless iind no breeze is blowing; "00U one sound so sweet. , ,Y° ni>- languid car is falling »*n n!i»t"£o of a wee bird calling ra" 0" [>habe! Phoebe! blnllloK. «hnt has Pbcebe done to grlevo 'henr tthere has Phoebe flownt ,if.m-v lure or psssion bid her leave thee? <»"* """rely thy tender tone, , iieiterstion of thy pleading. ft* a in her home. Love's Kentlo summons *""■"• Pho-bel phtebe , 1 minor strain amid the summer gladness, ' How can 1 choose but bear? , „n y i,,.rt Is breaking with the sadnessi " M\ Phoebe is so dear, , M lnll that all my soul i- sighing, ■Jul-tho lonel) bird i- ever crying <:i Phoebe! Phoebel -M. E. Bannister in New York sun. fHREE UMBRELLAS ■•X it didn't look as if I were trying to njnsoine benefit from your umbrella," he '"srkc'l ; ,- l,e chttii to meet her on the Zxh steps alter service. "1 would ask to jgthomi' with you. I didn't expect rain '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

Tlic Herald, WIFORD ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBUSHCH PabtWMd ST«y Kri.ln> srsaina, tl Pnll mun, Wliitmnn ooonty. Washington. A'l &dT«rtlwin«nti will l*> coutinne<l and •-1.i.n.'.-i for nutil ordered out. TERMS OK BCBHCRtPTIOHi O.VE YEAB *'- °" M\ MONTHS <im.y '- (l<) OBSOOH is nil right. OrEOON returned to republicanism last Tuesday. in! no; tbe republican party is not dead. Did yon hear from Oregon? Watch how Brainardhops wben Win due, Lake or Lilley pulls the siring. The Tekoa Globe, under the able management of liro. Elliot, is one of the brightest and best papers in lbs county. Tekoa recognizes il, too, and comes tor ward with libo-til pntronigo. Did yon see how ea«er the gang was to jump astride a tnHn because he had made a ,<|, rical error! Wonder if Lillev mude any "errors" when be was pur chasing agenl for the college? Lillky exists ii"« only to revenge iiimseir upon bis i nemies. The state vrould surely receive a Bid blow if he or his friends should ever rea...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

Hrifhborli Mention. OAKE9DALE OFFERINGS. •yon, tbe Son. I»<in<t g VVnite and Sam Hardesty re rD ed from the St. Mane's country in Idlbo lw' Tuesday where they have j^n for the past two week* on an ex tended pronpecting expedition. They port all the bottom lands along tho jjarie'e, Cceur d'Alene and St. Joe rirers; totally submerged in water and that nothing in the mountain d strict till compare with opportunities offered oM in the I'alouse country. Quite an unusual accident happened n the Hat east of the N. P. depot Wed teedfl.V afternoon, where a number of [be boys were racing horses. A race had just Quisled at one end of tbe (treicli when another started at the other end. The boys that had just fin jli»d their race were not satisfied and lUrted to race back iilmif,' the stretoh, •UlMuently all the hon rdoul utfuay, and two of them, winch were ridden by Harry McKay ami Bob Rob inson, collided with terrific force. Both Ihhb were knocked down and Hie rid ers were thrown violent...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

Take no Substitute for Royal Baking Powder. It is Absolutely Pure. AH others contain alum or ammonia. "Curious Wtitiiiiti." He wa- showing them the various pic. tnres hanging on the wall. They were Hi ms, for he really had ezoellent taste in art. Thej were choice bits of land scape, lovely ideals of humanity, studies of still life and hints from the impres sionist school, The ladles viewed each with admiration, but none with especial interest until they came to a huge frame with its face turned toward the wall. Immediately they were all interest. "What h that?" asked one of the la- , dies. I Tho young man awiumed an air of mystery and shook hi- head a- though he would like to tell, but could not. | "Aren't you golngto let us set; it?" -aid one in surprise. "I'm sorry, bnt you can't." began he. "But, really, we'd liki more to see ibat than any of the others. Wouldn't I we, girls?" The girls saitl they would. "Well," said the exhibitor, "if you must see it, 1 suppose yon must." The yo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

-IVOMAN^VO'KLD. CRIMINATIONS WHICH ARE MADE "^ AGAINST WOMEN. B«to» M»ll»»-»« rI J Nomlumed for ,»rn.>r-M". George William CurtL. B^th Dl«»»" illed A Vnß Woman 1! •■"■ sklU ibo have always been the lawmakers, /I withont knowing it, and we believe. 'intentionally the legislation of all tries has discriminated against 101 l n Kin- is particularly true in the ''rade* professions and the usual occu tionsof life Prejudice and smaller '"aseshave made it a herculean task IVwonn'ii to earn tlllJir living and suc llsfully compete with their brothers. The large number of successful women Jn the avocations of life show- what Jock it"'l efficiency can do. As justice kjooe them they as producers come to Lijzo that they are somebody in the ■_5V world, and that their labor and infos »re valuable. jjev are now naturally taking ad «t»ge of those helps long enjoyed by jjnin the way of savings bank-, build jj an.l loan and life insurance. The tyter ]niys the liestif the protection to MHident ones i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1894

PARKERS WHISKERS By them Parker was Identified as James Coyle, a Spokane Thief- T c Ly:i ed Han Had a Most Unsav ory iveput:ition in the State. [Spokane iii>w) ■ (> orgo F. J'.il.icl." who WIIB lynoued n' Cilfax I'.irlv HalurJiiy m Tning, was .' ■■-■-?• Co.tle, a hardened oriminst, well | kniivn lii lli« polfao of Bpok and o;li'i r iuli>-8. IIi» iila titv as Coyle, the m, .- ;. thief, naf.> burglar and vagrant, ' wi.b nol discovered until hi^ worthless life bhU bi-oo"token by the mob. l>']i- UtY gheriff C E. CoY, who viowed ihh body at Oolfai Saturday, made the dis covnrv, uua the puliu. of this city hi(d nu ■ rouble in rMtlling him to mind from the description mi lied by tbe deputy. Before the fire Coyle served several ternis for vngrnn 'y, drunkenness and | petty larceny, A ■ ninth before the fire be iiccomplished I be during feat of steal ing B carload of Hour in broad daylight. j It wns part of n c nei^nment to a local wholesale boiisp. Covle bhrgained with m Spra...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

fpje lUf&lk ' ' - - VOL 6, NO. 34. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER The City Council Re-considers the Print ing Bids. On Account of Greater Circulation, the Herald is Made the Official Paper. Three weeks ago the council received bids for doing the city printing for the y«ar, and the bids of the llkkaiu and Tribune were considered. An error was made in the reading of the bids, which made it apppar that the Hijuaiu's bid was much the lower, while they were practically the same. At this meeting the contract was awarded to the Hbbai.d. When Mayor Neill discovered that an error had been made he called a special session of the council, for Monday even ing, at which time the matter was re considered, two council men present vot ing, and for live brief days the Tribune boasted of being the "official city paper," made such by two votes. At the next meeting of the council a protest against awarding the contract to the Tribune was presented by the editor of the Hi:: - ALD, on the ground that on account...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

THE HERALD. - Wll.Fllllll ALI.KN, l-iihllnlK-r. nil.man uasii. HAYTIAN REPUBLIC Decision in Her Case Has Been Telegraphed For BOUND AND LEFT TO DIE. Thi' Siberian Me.iMi.T i Inc 'Plan* of th<- Ruwlan-Amerlcan Compuj Outlined Vladlvoatock to San lileitn. San- Dikgo, Cai..—Count L. J, Teleky, a young Austro-Hungarian, who is finan cially interested in the Bcheme to estab lish a steamship line between the Sibe rian port of Vladivostock and San Diego and San Francisco, has been in the city for several days for the purpose of recu perating his health. The Count ha- been living incognito here. He gave further particulars of the plans of his company, which were published some weeks ago. " The plan to establish a steamship line between Vladivostock and American ports has long been the desire of -liiira kov, the great Russian financier and capitalist," said Count Teleky. "He is the Rothschild of b'ussi.i and principal stockholder in the Siberian Transconti nental railroad, which is to con...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

* , SO NU. - otra .tthef.vrstl.M wintlio..! ■ ■ XaA trust ilie lip* tu»t siuilol Anil let "" 'loiitx «'lthln thoo •'troubl* thy J»y tho while! • fete »nd i'M<>y tiro ■ "'"'• r«rl»»ll U»« wtoti in do. CouU It nl"kt' "—'" mori' lllt'" ant T.i kno« iliy love were true? If prove true forever, ,',„ [Ual lih reaw tliy oUjm Today? N»y.tllou "ill nevei Know truei Joj than tills. ta.l if sfatu turn deceiver, Why ibonld thy strong i." irl grieve? TVeep ml! If thou grieve her. Ami ilta ere il'"ii deceive. - aobert Bridgw iv N'uk ork Sim. • a WHOLE MAN. A sensitive man has no business on the desert. lie will get prodded every where. If he take offense at rough ban ■ CT U<- help him when he r'l|> into a HiiHUig Camp. if tie wear hi- heart 1 „-,,.;. sleeve, let him steer clear of ie Mexican towns and their pretty sen jritw. It' he would know any peace, let him keep away from the cattle Bilge, for the cowboys' je-ts are as keen mii cutting a- the spurs at their heels. Frank Robbins was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

The Herald, WILFOXO ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBIISHCR Published every Mdmj truing, ai Pall man, Whiuimu connty. WanMngton. All A.lT»rtiM-iiii'nt» will bl coutinned Uld ■hargad for until indued oat. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONI ONE YKAII $2.00 BIX MUN I HH ONLY '■"" Tin- Commoner of Wednesday got oil a big joke by crediting a number of items from th« Hi:n.\i.n to the Tiibune. (treat surprise was expressed in town that anyone Biiould even suspicion that the Tribune ever printed the news. Til.: "Western Triple Link" is the name of a handsome montb'y publica tion that is issued by Kay L. Thomp son, i.t Lewiston. The "Triple Link." ac its name indicates, is devoted to the. order of Odd Fellows, and the order has tin able exponent in its new champion. It was common report on the streets this week that Lilley had joined the pcipulists. We are unable to find any truth in the rumor, but believe- it was started by the republican party, which would not mourn Lilley's desertion. The populists, however, fee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

jelfhborlj Meutlon. OABFIELD GATHEBINGS. .th.E"»rprl,Bthin.t. , . %be oontriotors have lined the reser • »jth another -.hickness of brick laid ""Lnent and a heavy oOBt of cement on B Disking a substantial job of it. It v nearly full °f water and S° fßr as nbe discerned is not leaking a drop. ' Hiram Gregg killed six coyotes one , last week. He suoceeded in shoot jug three and the other three he dug nt It afforded him a great deal of t ;( ac ti O n, for h» has strong bnspicion tist the ooyote family was being raised jpon his young turkeys, which he has b»n missing for some time. FABMINGTON FAGGOTS. B mtl,eF»riini, Oth innt. Considerable wheat was brought to Kurn during the week. The farmers ar° niarly through seeding and s good ny of them will now haul off the re maioder of last year's crop. While going home from Farmington I week ago last Thursday aftern Isaac Brownfield, who lived near Seltice Jnnotion, met with an accident which resulted in his death. In crossing a ditch near his ...

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