he Allin-ifcon, 29 55 4 8 52 lO 8 1 5 10 9 15 2 3 1 5 4 Hi "BEANERY KING" MEEHAN IS VISITING ROOSEVELT President Used to Partake of "Beef and" and "Sinkers'" at "Johnny's" on Park Row NEW YORK, Jan. 18 That undimin-ishable undimin-ishable undimin-ishable round of corned beef at Dolan's Park Row beanery writhed and squirmed vnder an inexpert hand to-day, to-day, to-day, and somewhere somewhere within the great crock of beans there echoed stifled groans as the whacking whacking big spoon clattered and dabbed about clumsily. It was the first day in more than thirty years that the "beef and" missed the adroit and skillful touch of "Johnny" Meehan. Mr. Meehan had gone to Washington Washington to attend a reception at the White House to-night. to-night. to-night. Accompanied by Mrs. Meehan and two little Meehans the celebrated celebrated "beef and" man journeyed to the capital at the express invitation of the President. They went on the 1 o'clock train this afternoon. . The Chief Executive of the Nation and "Johnny" Meehan are old friends, ey first met when Mr. Roosevelt was' 6-lice 6-lice 6-lice Commissioner. The President often dropped in at Dolan's for a plate of "beef and" or a brace of "sinkers," with "draw-one" "draw-one" "draw-one" on the side. - Mr. Roosevelt had heroic digestive powers in those days, and often was wont to consume three braces of "sinkers" "sinkers" at a sitting, though it is true he never took any part in the .famous beef- beef- and-bean and-bean and-bean eating contests for which "Gus". Blacking, the original customer of the Dolan establisment, still wears a medal. The Bean Emperor Avore his famous dress suit, a garment of almost clerical cut. fit either for afternoon or evening, according to the manner in which the halyards of the waistcoat were tautened or given slack. Embedded modestly, though gleaming with all its wonderful brilliance, nestled the celebrated Meehan stud in the frilled shirt, a. headlight well calculated to maintain on Pennsylvania avenue the glories of Park Row. Long Pavement for Lower Merion Special to Tbe Inquirer. ARDMORE, Pa., Jan. 18. At a meeting meeting of the Lower" 2lerion Commissioners here an ordinance compelling property owners along Lancaster avenue to lay sidewalks sidewalks was introduced by Commissioner Ed ward L. Powers. The ordinance provides provides for a walk not less than six feet wide to be laid from Roberts road to the county line. This includes the business section of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Ard-more Ard-more Ard-more and a part of Wynnewood. Under the bill sidewalks must also be laid on the Old Lancaster road between Bryn Mawr and Warner avenues, which is one of the most thickly populated parts of the township. - Sullivan Lanius Special to The Inquirer. , YORK, Pa., Jan. 18. George Cullen Sullivan, of Anderson, S. C, and Miss Sarah Frances Lanius. dauehter of Mrs. -Charles -Charles T. Ianius, of this city; were mar- mar- neu nert, iuia evening. or"