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Mr. Vanderbilt's Version.

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Topics:  W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr.

Mr. Vanderbilt's Version.

The New York Times
July 22, 1900


Special to The New York Times.

NEWPORT, July 21.—W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., this evening, speaking of his arrest, stated that the entire matter was considerably exaggerated. He says that when told by a policeman he was going too fast he was making about four miles an hour. He slowed down, and when the policeman left Mr. Vanderbilt started off again. While he was passing another policeman he was ordered to slow down, which he did, and soon afterward the first policeman who had ordered him to slow down came along in a wagon and placed him under arrest.



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