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AMERICAN MOTOR SMASHES
SECOND MACHINE TWO HURT
Louis Parratto, chauffeur for the
Chicago American, smashed up his
auto this morning at Chicago and
Kedzie avs., where he struck another
car and injured two people.
Parratto, according to witnesses
was speeding east on Grand av. when
the other machine came north on
Kedzie. Arthur Carseth, 2704 Logan
blvd., saw the collision. "The Amer
ican auto was going at a fast clip
when the chauffeur saw the other
car," he said. "He tried to stop but
.slid along burning rubber till he,
knocked the other machine up on the
Hobson Cousins, 1834 Warren av.,
was driving the other car. He was
cut in the forehead and his com
panion, Mrs. Minnie Klank, 842
Christiania av., had her face bruised.
The other two occupants and Par
ratto were uninjured.
Terrors of the desert will have no
fears for the transcontinental tour
ist making the trip by auto over the
Lincoln highway. It is planned to
run a double copper telephone wire
along the Lincoln highway from Salt
Lake City to Ely and thence to Reno.
Great demand in Poochovv, China,
for American-made clocks.