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VOL. 5, NO. 56 Chicago, Thursday, December 2, 1915 398
HERALD SETS EXAMPLE
FOR TRUST PRESS
H. L. Starkey, Circulation Official, Calls Halt on Wild
Rides of Newspaper Auto Trucks Sabath Gives
Drivers Talk on "Safety First?' Offers to
Talk to All Papers.
ON INSIDE PAGES
Judge Attacked in Court
Can Girls Come Back? Society
'' Says No.
$500,000 Goes Up in Smoke Probe.
Three Die in Swamp.
Strikers' Fund Started.
Mayor Calls for Cut in City Forces.
Ford Party Denied Passports in War
Zone, j ' '. '.'"'..
The Chicago Herald blazed a new
path in the newspaper circulation
game yesterday. The thirty men who
drive auto trucks for the morning
paper were told that the Herald
would not stand behind them if they
were arrested for speeding; their boss
warned them against reckless driv
ing. The circulation gangs of the Her
ald had very much the appearance of
9. .class ojf"schpcil.bpys as Judge Jo-