4 Children Hurt in Runaway by Frightened Horse

 Sept. 4, 1919, Comics

Sept. 4, 1919: "Somebody Is Always Taking the Joy Out of Life" by Clare Briggs (1875-1930). I would imagine the anti-union message resonated with The Times' editorial policy.

Sept. 4, 1919, Horse
 

 

Turner Hall at 321 S. Main St. becomes the Los Angeles Men's Club, a "dry saloon" mainly for servicemen returning from World War I … A horse frightened by a piece of paper runs away with a wagon that is "smashed to splinters" at Alameda Street and Florence Avenue, injuring four young passengers.

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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