Other Articles Clipping from New York Times, Sun, Dec 29, 1912.

Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times, December 29, 1912

lt;IIXI.IL NOTH'EH.TIE CHAINLESS TIRES OF THEIR AUTO SKIEDangle of forty-five with ■drop of more than ten feet below. Had the car none down the embankment it la probable several of the party would have ,»rn killed or aerloualy Injured.Before leaving hereMBJW toSSuSrwheel succeeded In .topping It Juet In time, for It hurvg over tho embankment at an ancle of forty-five degrees, while the passengers shrieked in terror.If the tiros of the cur had been equipped with VVKED ANTI-SKID CHAINS the accident would not have occurred. Nine-tenths of all automobile accident* caused by skidding and by foo enc« on rubber alone. •Consider the safety of the occupants of your car-conslder tho safety of other Kven If the Instinct of self-proservstlon does not urge you to take precaution, what right have you to 1m peril the lives of otheraV Stop nt your dealer’s to-day and fully equip your car with WEKD CHAINS.fe n't.0 Tlre °r,pYork* N« X.Company, X*m\