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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 28, 1913, Image 20

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Harvey W. Wiley, Jr., son of the famous pure food expert, is
to be a prominent feature of the great equal suffrage parade in
Washington on March 3rd, if he doesn't have the croup or stomach
ache. Mrs. Wiley is an ardent suffragist, and is bringing up her son
with the same views.
Hundreds of deaths have been
caused and many horrible acci
dents resulted from the skidding
of automobiles on wet streets or
when going at high speed around
curves. A thoughtful French au-
toist has had great success with
a device, which is nothing more
nor less than a huge rudder at
tached to the rear of the machine
which presents a large surface to
the air and can be swung as to
meet the wind and hold the rear
end of the machine in line.
The rudder used on the ma
chine shown in ' the sketch was
made of metal and adjusted firm
ly to the chassis.

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