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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1904

4 WHITWORTH TROUBLES ENDED AND PEACE REIGNS SUPREME Veaeeonce more reign* among the mil dent-, v faeultj- tod trustee* of Whitvrorth college. JlVofewor F. !'.. I .«iili . over whose ■ threatened retiwtnenl a* j>re»idi-ut of the collide'a >»■■ -tarian mar has been raged ' cilice' April 26, w«x by. unanimous vote of th» (ruMees Jtxlerday re-electtfl a* head of the institution for the en^nin« year, thu» healing « breach which mine of the ► tiiilciil*unlit ml might have i•■suited in disrupting the collier. On the other hand, the trustees of the irutitution state that newxpaixr account* "i the reputted inter nal diskensiom. in the college during tho p.t«t two weeks were but the vapor from ■i tempr#t in i teapot which bad no oe- HpuioD to boil. and nould not have done *o had the (rue motive* of the body not lil'Cll 1111-< ■•li-t I Tl.e tro?teei< of the college met in He uttle yttitenlay iifteriioon nt I o'clock. The ■ lit 11! ti> vii iiiihil-i. in .itt.ini.m. wcra Utewni. l...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1904

independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 123 lilt BELIEVEB TO HAVE LOST HIS FIGHT FOR BOVEHHORSHIP—HOT CONTEST DEVELOPS .After a night of the bitterest wrangling the leaders of the pnrty have ever known tin Republican state convention wag called to order this morning at 11 o'clock in the Tacoma theater. This afternoon at 2 e'cloek the 660 delegates assembled were called upon to ratify the slate which was definitely announced by the various steer Ing committees at 2:30 o'clock this morn- Ing, There ii no earthly probability that the slate will be accepted without a protest. The net result of the twenty-four hours of continuous caucusing preceding the meet- Ing of the convention was merely to in tensity the bitter feeling existing between the various factions of the party, and at noon today the indications were that be fore night a battle royal between the Me- Bride and anti-Mcßride forces will cul- GOVERNOR HENRY M'BRIDE. Until the past few days Governor Me- Bride was looked upon as hav...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the twwtoffie* at Tacoma, Wash., a* iecond-claM matter. ...' v-. USES THE SCBIPPB-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, TBS COMMERCE STREETS ...................... TELEPHONE MAI m One Cent • Copy, Six Cent* * ,<, ■'■ " ~- >. " CtiiU a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*^^^^ > by Carrier or by Mail. A QUESTION OF THE HOUR The, people of Tacoma are becoming keenly alive to the necessity which exists for breaking tbe barricades which the Northern Pacific bat erected along four mile* of the waterfront of the city, in its efforts to keep all other railroad* out, and thus fircrrve for itself intact the transportation business of this targe community. Public sentiment is becoming thoroughly aroused. The wideawake citizens of Tscoma sec that the Northern Pacific is bending all of its energies nowadays to make .i terminal station out of Seattle and a way station out of Tacoma. The thr...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1904

THE BIG DISSOLUTION SALE Starts Tomorrow Morning When our doors open Thursday Morning one of the greatest sales that has ever been known in Tacoma will be inaugurated. Dissolving Partnership) Munter & Johnson have decided to dissolve partnership and retire from business. The result is we place on sale our big stock of DRY GOODS, LADIES 9 AND MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS—everything you would find In a big de partment store—at the actual wholesale price. There is about $35,000.00 WORTH r OF NEW SPRING GOODS. COME EARLY BEFORE THE LINES ARE BROKEN. Store for rent after July First. Fixtures for sale. Here are a few sample prices: Children's Hose Ladies* Hose JRi Extya heavy ribbed hose,. fast | In Our All kinds, }isle thread, lace and line cotton 111 sentjl*:f 25 hose T IWc *®ep<zrtment 5c 'Department -.^tf^^gtiL* 8C MMW* sale price' * " lOP 1 "on will find in this lot You will find a great .variety of articles, only . JExtya heavy ribbed Lose, fast | Sg££>*a Lunch Buckets worth 25c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1904

4 A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN IS CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER OOLFAX. Ma] 11.—One of tin greatest BeiMßtMMii in Whitman county wa* ranted ye*terx!ay altwtiyuii when Sheriff Can at t arrested Dr. T. D, Ferguson upon a charge of m«n»langhtcr. The information my* that Dr. Ferguson eonimitted the crime on April-21, 1904, "h\ unlawfully, wilfully and feloniously sin i ing and killing one Ag ue* H. Bio\vn>." . . . Slisi/Uunrw >•..- a tenelier of modern langnnpt* in the ( clt';iv high Rehool and a n>embcr_of one of_ the pioneer families of the l'alouse country. About a week jirevi<ni» to her deiiih »he wan taken to a looal lio«!iif:.l nod Dr. Fergiuon ia alleged lo have performed an operation which he annnnmed wa« for appendicitis, ■ Ju«t before her death she is laid to MANY NOTABLES TO SPEAK AT THE Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION WHERE THE CONVENTION is HELD. BITFALO, N. V.. May II Men than fifteen hundred visitors from the United States Mid Canada and from aeveral for •inn countries are here t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 124 RAILROAD COMMISSION PLANK LEFT OUT OF THE PLATFORM King County With the Assistance of the Northwest Combination Put Railroad Slate Through Without a Hitch-Eastern Washington is Turned Down and Many Threaten to Bolt the Ticket Next Fall 99 9 9999 • • •••••••••••• AAAAA Aa A, m a • • FOB PRESIDENTIAL ELKCTORS: • • 8. G. CnHprove, of Qarfietd County. 9 • George \V. Basaett, of Franklin County. © • Jmlgo L. B. Nash, of .Spokane County. 9 • Colonel J. M. Fish, of Steven* County. © • A, 1.. Munton, of Mason County. 9 • DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION! • • Charles Sweeney, of Spokane County. 9 9 J. M. Afthton, of cimjjiilir Coounty. ..-n 9 • John ,O, Lewis, of Chehalig ('unity. '&£&■.> , 9 • George Donald, of Ynkima County. • • • Dr. A. B. Knstliam, of Clarke County. © • Charles K. Bingham, of Skagit County. # • Levi Ankeny, of Walla Walli County. • • Ei-astiis Urainerd. of King County. # • John S. McMillin. of San Juan County. • • Alte...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. . Eatcrcd at the ooctoffiee ■( Tacoma, With., is Meond-claM nutter. USES THE SCRIPP&MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWB SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. • Dim Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a " nfaftflp^t'h 25 Cents • Month. $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*§£g%Sr> by Carrier or by Mail. h " ii' in ," ' !i*T* ' " '"•'■' i"i i"mi 'ii ' " '—"^ j', " ''■■■■ ■■"■' '■■■' —i ■■ •"- ; -p— ' \. THE STRONG HAND OF POWER I The Republican state convention is now a thin*, of the past. It- completed work stand* before the people in the shape of .i ticket and ■ platform which they ere asked to endorse at the pulls. . Ixtci on the Democrats will formulate a ticket and platform and then bant* Trill be fairly known and the campaign fill be in lull awing.. Tin Republican convention yesterday revealed once more in .i most striking fashion the dominating power of the railroads in polities. The traiuconlincntal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1904

ABANDON TOWNSITE IT FORTY-MILE D.WVSON, Y. T., May 12.- The flood at Forty-Mile has subsided, but the town site is still covered with drift and with thon-unds of tons of ice, most of it at s.'ii feet thick. The flood has been the worst in the history of the place, as the river rose fourteen feet in 20 min utes and caught many people slumbering in the middle of the night. These were re-ineil with boats, being taken from housetop! and the tops of trees where they sought refuge. It was necessary for all of these to sleep in the hills. Many of the rescuing gangs worked all night in the water. Il if probable that the townsite will ha\ c to be abandoned, as the damages are too great to repair, arid the floods are of such frequent occurrence as to make REPUBLICANS IN ILLINOIS W'RINGFIKLD, 111., May U.—The lll inoi- Republican convention in session here loda\ is the largest ever held in this stale. There are plenty of indications that il will also be one of the liveliest. In addition to cho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1904

4 A VISIT TO THE CLOUDS IN A FRISCO AIRSHIP mnv, I.IIT TO RIGHT Hit. QRBTII THE INVENTOR; BALDWIS TIIK AERONAUT; FRKD BELCHKR, THK ENOINEKR, TIGERS LOSE TO PORTLAND PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING Taeoma Won IB* ' Pat, •i SO lti ,61« 0ak1and.......... 24 17 MS Lee Angeles •_>-, 18 gaj Seattle ................... 21 17 JiM Ban* Kranritteo ....','..',",.. 18 24 .42!) Portland t) 30 mi 1 _ ■ . - ■ . ' PORTLAND, May 12.--Ve*te.day wax a DM day for 1.m,,.,„,. Fred Rly't Brown*, the oellai champions, went gunning for Tlgwn and returned from the hunt with thirteen ►triped pelts. Overall pitched for the Tiger, and though be wai steady and held his nerve wan. halted all over. Of the entire Tfgi* t.nm'h Koni] ke wax the only one to brink" in a agon. . . The principal feature« of the game were Good By si ■y ■ '■" ■' ....•.■.•■'.■'..?".:•■, :..: i'■ ■ : -',:•'. ■>:.•■ •■. ■ *•:■■■■■ ...-■■:■ .-•■■. ' :!■ ™ - ' :.' *-»■■ ■;•■■.•:. - >*<v, T .y... v~: .■'■' ■yj',-. .5; :.",--■. ,-.. Afl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1904

Independent In All Things Vol. i. no. 2 HHHEH JAP ARMT OF SEVENTY THOUSAND 111 SENT TO THE PINT SHANGHAI, May IS.—Advices received here state that a Japanese army of seven ty thousand Bailed from Chinampo May 4 On eighty-three transport* destined for the Lino Tung peninsula and Tankushan. One transport alone carried 3,800 men packed like sardines. No one was allowed to leave or enter the city prior to the de parture »>f the ships. TOKIO, May 13.-Admiral Kateka re ports that the third Japanese fleet arrived nt Koro bay near Dnlny on May 12. The Japanese war vessels [takushimu, Nis-hin and Meyakoniade a demonstration and bombarded the place while the torpedo flotilla was engaged in sweeping the sea for mines. An officer and four men land ed and destroyed the telegraph lines. Of the Russian mines three were success fully destroyed but a fourth wan exploded prematurely, wrecking torpedo boat No. 48. killing seven men and wounding seven. ST. PETERSBURG, May 13.-The czar leaves Tsarsko...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ! EnttreJ at the po»tofflct it T«com». Wa»h.. na feeondclaM matter. USES THE SCRUMS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 On* Os*t • Copy, Six Cent* • nriaftfßftfri 28 Centi ■ Month, »3 « year, Week, bjr Carrier *r by Mail. "^ggF** by C.rrier or by Mail. LET THERE BE ISO HESITATION There is an old «tory that once upon a time all of the people of the earth •greed to shout together at,the same instant, to sec how much noise they could make. Watches were carefully adjusted, business cares laid aside and every body got good and ready for participation in the grand concussion. Finally the critical moment arrived and instead of a roaring sound goi.ig ,frp and splitting the heavens, dead sllenoe reianed. Everybody was listening to hear the others shoot. Each person expected to enjoy a new sensation and justified his silence by Baying that his one weak voice wouldn't have made any re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1904

GREAT SCANDAL DEVELOPED BY ARREST OF PROMINENT LAWYER HOBOKEN, May 13.-Cliarles X Can non, .1 prominent lawyer and supreme court Commissioner in chancery, also a director el the Fir*t National bank and a vestry man of Trinity Episcopal church, was ai METHODISTS AND DANCING T,I>S ANGELES, May IS. A question of important bearing which baa cone promin ently to the lore in the Methodist general Conference proceeding) during the past 13 hours is that involving a i bange in dis oipline to tlic extent of entirely removing tlie church ban on the pleasures of dancing, card playing and tluiatei points. It seems not unlikely that the conference will vote to remove the present rigid restrictions re garding the indulgence of these recrea tions. Under the prevailing rule th« member of the church who attends a daucc or theater is guilu "i deseoration ol the rules of the church and may he punished by expulsion, but if the recommendation now proposed is adopted this penalty will be rendered entir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1904

« NT BROKE THE SINK IT THE - WARWICK AND GAME STOPPED , The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.bus a rival in the person of ■ subject of the mikado, who make* Ins home in Tacouia.'. ,' . • •.., . .lOne of the roulette wheels at the War wick wn* put out of bu»iness by a Jap last uight m much the him way that his eoun trjmi are doing things to the Russians. B Among the crowd who had been bucking tin lii.ii line all evening wa» an ordinary appearing .lap. He. I iked various small ] amount* on the game and through some ' hocus pom* ma nag* .1 to keep about even. Toward the |d«i he became reckless and -finally threw his entire pile, $14, on the OO on a 33 to 1 shot. Ju*t about that time thing must have happened to the wheel for ii stopped at the right place to urn Up good the Japs hazard and it .Was up to the house to hand him M*l A wild look came over the face of the dealer an he glanced at the wheel and then at the -Jap who looked mildly on and wailed for his money. Finally the trut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 126 RUMDR OF THE FALL OF PORT ARTHUR WITH 10.000 CASUALTIES IX A RAD MKss AT PORT ARTHUR. PARI£. May 14. —An unconfirmed report is in circulation here to the effect that Port Arthur has fallen after a desperate COMMUNICATED WITH THE LAND WHILE EiOUTE ACROSS ATLANTIC NEW YORK. May 14.—Marconi arrived today on the Campania. The inventor an nounced that he has demonstrated the pos sibility of keeping a steamship in com munication with the land throughout the entire voyage and had talked to the station CRAZY PAGE LOCKED UP FOR PLAYING PRANKS ON THE C/AR ST. PETERSBURG, May 14. A page in the palace of the c*ar has been [.land under restraint because he played pi .ink on the emperor, .such as covering hi- MANY KILLED ON BOTH SIDES CONSTANTINOPLE, May 14— A re- were killed in the firij fighi in the Sat port reached here today that three bun- noun district. Fighting lias been reported dred Turk* and nine hundred Armenians in this district on several occ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1904

[_ _ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. t -''Entered at the po«U>ffic« at Taeoma, Wash., as second-elm matter. ! '•J 7 USES THE BCRIPPSMRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. (OFFICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent * Copy, Six Ccnta • ■ ■ iTJ^ilff "> M Cent* a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C^£gg|-3* > by Carrier or by Man. HOW THE IS. P. GOBBLED UP R. R. AYE. The tactics which are being fella by the Northern Pacific in it* efforts to prevent other railroads from entering Tacoma arc well shown by the way in which it In* "absorbed"' that water front thoroughfare known is ' Railroad avenue," ' which come* down through the tide-fiat district. ' lender the original platting*, Railroad avenue was -•*' apart for the special u-e of railroads, other than the Northern Pacific, which might desire, at any future time, to enter the city, The Northern Pacific was already supplied with ample facilities along the water front,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1904

BISHOPS KNOW WHERE THEY ARE AT LOS ANGELES, May 14."— Metho flint general conference lias at last tin {shed its routine work and is now ready to do some legislative work for the church body. The task of designating and ie termining the relationship that the super animated bishops shall bear .'to the church i* settled. It has been decided that' they shall not be assigned to the presidency of Conferences nor make appointments, but if required they may be permitted to take LITTLE OLD LOG HUT STANDS BESIDE CLARK S MANSION IN BUTTE SENATOR W. A. CLARK'S MANSION LN BUTTE AND THE LITTLE LOO HUT THAT STANDS BESIDE IT. BUTTE, Mont., May 14.—Her* in the home town of Senator \V. A. Clark is to be seen a symbol of the beginning and end of nearly all the great men the nation has produced. On the corner of Granite and Jdaho streets stands the palatial resi dence of the United States senator who i> accredited the possession of the largest individual fortune in the world, having acquired his vas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1904

4 VICTORY FOR TIGER HUNTERS 1 rOUTL.VXD, May M Tlir only pee;, the Ti^cr* had nt (he homo plate jester day win in (he. fir*t inning when IJannivan end Nordjke made the trip around the diamond. I'ortknd i...(.if one in the last lialf ■>,! neither side scored again until the last half of the ttghth when i tingle and a double gave Portland two score*. JViiiiti was unable to wore in the ninth find Fi'her vitll? took hi* bunch tlirough tlie hock street* to the hotel and sent them to bed without any tiupper while Krrd Kly treated his hireling* to a tumptaoui rc|xi-t of bacon and eggs. Score: n. v. c. Portland * 100ii0 ii 0 I •—3 8 5 Taeoraa .. .... 20000 II II 0 o—2 (i 2 Summai\ —Struck out, Butler, 5; it. Vrain. 9, Bnaea on batla, Butler, 3; St. A'rain, 8. Wild •' pitchen. Butler, 1; Si Vrain. 1. Stolen bii«eK. llumiui, AlrLaugh- Jin, Cii-,'\. Drennan, l-'n-t base on error*, TaconM, 3. Sacrifice bits, Drennan, Nor d.vkc. Lynch, Qrahanu Double play, Shea to ('astro. Left on bum, Portla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things 70L. 1. No. 127 JAPANESE WHICH WASHINGTON; D. C, May 16.—Ac 'ending to a dispatch from Tokio received ay th^ Japanese legation, it was the iruisei Miyako which sunk by a mine in Kerr bay. The dispatch read: "Admiral R&taoka reports, under date >f May 14. as follows: 'Our torpedo boat Sotilla continued its sea sweeping opera tions under cover of the Meet. The enemy constructed temporary batteries on a promontory between Kerr bay and Talien nan. and placed ,-ix field guns, besides a hastily constructed fort. " 'With one company of soldiers they Stubbornly resisted our attack. The Hot il ia, defying the enemy's lire, carried out the operations and destroyed five mines laid by the enemy. Unfortunately, one of the latter exploded and mink our cruiser Aliyako. In this accident six men were wounded, besides two killed during the light." ' NEWCHWANG, May 16.—The Russian authorities here admit tliiit the railway to Port Arthur has practically ceased work- and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 May 1904

t THE TACOMA TIMES ;• "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' Entered at the pottofftre at Taroma, \Va»h., «• aecond-claM matter.' ' SES xnfi" BCRirrS-iI'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SesviCe7 ' 768 COMMERCE 5TREET....;..... tklkphonk MAIN tss. . One Cent a Copy, Sis Cent* • " ..tJPjrJl?'**), 25 Centa • Month, & a year, I Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "HSSS^" • by Carrier or by MaiL, ALL PULL TOGETHER There is no mistaking the sentiment of the people of Tacoma 3 Upon the railroad question. The vast majority of citizens favor aggressive action towards breaking the Northern Pacific's monopoly by in ducing other railroads to come to the city. As the Times has stated before, the way to do things in : to GET TOGETHER. A strong pull and a pull all together, is the one requl ! Bite for success. The campaign bats been well started by lending many individual letters to E. H. Harriman and James J. Hill. Already their attention has been attracted to Tacoma for the communications ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 May 1904

TACOMA VOLUNTEERS GET RICH STAKE FROM WEALTHY MINERS The member* of the local corps of;the Volunteers of America are rejoicing over a ffindfnll in the shape of an donation of 4J.800 to.the post by two wealthy . Klon <Fik'r*. The overture* were made to Tap tain K. A. .lolmnsnii „r the corps several days hko, and the mutter was placed In the hands of an attorney to cjose up Stitiiiilaji". No strings are attached to the gift, and j^ts disposition will be left mainly to the ■irei'tion of.Captain Johanson. Hi' has determined to use none of it for the cur rent expenses of the corps, but will prob ably endow an institution to be used as FRACTIOUS HORSE MADE THE TROUBLE O. W, Pleym, who was arrested by the police last Wednesday, charged with being t disorderly person, claim* that lie was Hut in jail without cauM. He claims (hat lie wan breaking a horse for John Buiimide and that the animal got beyond bun control and jumped on the sidewalk. While riding on* Twelfth street near Pacilio ave...

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