NOTES: In Pittsburgh

On a street leading into Pittsburgh, a bus carrying a troupe of strolling players who present Uncle Tom's Cabin was hurrying. Other cars were hurrying likewise. One was a handsome limousine, with a banker reclining within; one was a scrap-iron truck, driven by a Negro. It was this truck, passing three automobiles coming toward it, that accidentally rammed one of them. There was a tremendous crash. Five other cars piled into the wreckage before they could stop. Among them were the strolling players, the handsome limousine. Little Eva was badly shaken. The two...

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