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    • Rides far with gun wound

    • Wounds and injuries; Firearms; Gunfights; Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.); Scott, Walter E., 1872 - 1954
    • Article from the 1906 March 2 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports that Walter Scott's brother, Warner, has been admitted to California Hospital for a gunshot wound.
    • Presenting one plank

    • Southern Pacific Railroad Company; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political conventions; Owens River (Calif.) Water rights
    • Article from the 1909 September 29 edition of the Los Angeles Express reports on the platform of the Republican city convention.
    • A man wanted

    • Mayors election; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates; Nominations for office
    • Article from the 1906 September 1 edition of the Los Angeles Graphic discusses possible candidates for the mayoral and city council elections.
    • Parker declares it is Lindley's

    • Nominations for office; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates; Mayors election
    • Item from the 1906 October 19 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports Walter Parker's statements regarding the likely candidate for the Republican nomination for mayor.
    • Disgraces the city

    • Hospitals; Physicians; County hospitals; Physicians; Malpractice; Patients; Pneumonia
    • Article from the 1906 June 26 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News reports on the meeting of a special committee investigating the treatment of patients at the county hospital.
    • Political june bugs

    • Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political campaigns; Political candidates; Mayors election; Southern Pacific Railroad Company
    • Article from the 1910 August 13 edition of the Pacific Outlook discusses the upcoming mayoral election in light of the 1906 election.
    • Describes desert battle

    • Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.); Gunfights; Wounds and injuries; Hospitals; Photographs
    • Article from the 1906 March 3 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner reports that Warner Scott has been injured in a gunfight in Death Valley and is recovering at California Hospital.
    • Machine boss is again in the fight

    • Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Nominations for office; Southern Pacific Railroad Company
    • Article from the 1906 October 16 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports Walter Parker's views on the upcoming Republican convention and the probable Republican ticket.
    • This year it's Shakespeare

    • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Shakespeare, text and performance; Shakespeare plays; Shakespearean actors and actresses; Shakespeare criticism
    • Essay discusses some possible reasons behind the enduring interest in Shakespeare's works.
    • Logical political sequence

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 October 25 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News speculates as to the results of the upcoming mayoral election.
    • Patriotism or politics?

    • Mayors election; Nominations for office; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 October 13 edition of the Los Angeles Graphic compares mayoral candidates Lee C. Gates and Walter Lindley.
    • Republicans' slate made

    • Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Mayors election; Local elections; Nominations for office; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 October 30 edition of the Los Angeles Record reports on the probable outcome of the Republican municipal convention.
    • Our next mayor

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Democratic Party (Calif.)
    • Article from the 1906 October 28 edition of the Los Angeles Times discusses possible split in the Republican constituency as a result of both Walter Lindley and Lee C. Gates running for Mayor of Los Angeles.

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