Whisky was what made Harry D. Slavin, a Terminal Company employee, to take a buggy that didn't belong to him. He invited Robert Barber to get in with him. It was at Nineteenth and Walnut streets Wednesday night. Slavin drove with Barber to Nineteenth and Main street, where the horse collided with a motor car. Two of the horse's legs were broken and it was shot by the police.
Slavin was charged with malicious mischeif at the prosecutor's office and was arraigned before Justice Joyce this afternoon. Barber has not been charged. The horse and buggy belonged to John Bond, a negro.
Kansas City (Missouri) Star, November 28, 1913.