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whether the companies organized
weer paid on the valuation "of
their stock, or. what basis they,
were paid on.
He could not remember wheth
er the companies were paid any'
cash or receied all in stock.
xHe could not-remember who
the underwriters of the merger (
He could not 'remember the
valuation of the tin plate mer
As the possessor of a memory
that wasn't worth a whoop, Reid
had Andy Carnegie .skinned a city
frlock; , .
During two hotfrs of excited
examination, the only two things
he could remember were that J.
Pierp. Morgan '& Company Tiad
handled 'the -merger, and that the
price of tin plate went up after
And when' Dickinson, in des
peration, asked Reid how'old"he
was, Reid replied :
Presumably Daniel couldn't re
member exactly how old he was.
COLLISION BETWEEN AEROPLANE AND LOCOMOTIVE
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This news photograph shows the demolished, aeroplane of
Vedrine, famous French aviator, who while making a flight, dropped
down, on the railroad track near Paris and an onrushing train- de-
molished the machine, seriously injuring Vedrine, It was the
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