Frederick Kalfur, a little boy with his right leg cut off above the knee was plaintiff, through his father, F. W. Kalfur, as guardian, against the Broadway Ferry and Metropolitan Avenue Railroad Company of Middle Village, Queens County, in a suit tried before Justice Gaynor and a jury this morning in Part II of the Supreme Court. The boy was only 10 months old when, on October 15, 1892, he was playing in the street in Middle Village and was run over by a horse car of defendant company. The plaintiff asks $50,000 damages and the defendant puts in a claim of carelessness on the part of the boy and his parents. The case is still on. C. J. Patterson appeared for the plaintiff and Colonel Thomas S. Moore for the defendant corporation.