Cavanaugh & Wedemeyer Wednesday cornmenced three new snits against the Detroit, Ypsilanti & Ann Arbor railway iu Justice Dnffy's court the damages in each case being flxed at $100. Alfred H. Holmes, the livery inan, snes for the valne of a horse which was badly iujnred while being driven by a studeut and an Aan Arbor young lady ou Packard st. near Dr. Kapp's residence sometime in the spring. They had jnst tnrned the corner when tha sar carne upon them so suddenly that ïey were unable to allow proper room 'or it to pass. The horse tnrned its iead towards tbe car and was strnck u the head and knocked down. The eturn day ou this case is set for May 3. Ulysses G. Darling had a oalf killed jy the cars last fall and snes for its alue, the case beins set for May 4. t is charged that the car was running t a high rate of speed without any leadlight. Presuinably an attempt will be made to show that the calf ;opped and listeued and that owing ;o the absence of a headlight it was nable to see the rapidly approachjng ar. Chas. Brant sues for injuries to his tioulder. He was riding with Samuel Dett on Detroit st. while Dett was riving and leading a horse. The ed horse was struck by a car and dJled. It feil against the buggy and ;s head struck Braut's shonlder. 'he injuries for which he claims amages are to his neck and shoulders.