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ing business was put right up to the
circulation managers it would be
abated. So he talked with several
If all of them would agree to make
their men stay within the speed
limit there would be no necessity of
hurrying to get their newspapers on
the stand to beat each other, he told
Careful driving would save lives
and money, he argued. Then he
threatened to make things go hard
for the next driver that came before
him. He told them he would go
ahead with or without their co-operation,
but newspaper auto speeding
One of these circulation men was
H. L. Starkey of the Herald. He
thought what Judge Sabath had said
was very much to the point, so he
asked him to come over to the Her
ald office and "tell it to the boys."
Sabath is going to tell them how
many have been killed by auto trucks
during the past year. And he's go
ing to ask them to be s quare about
this speeding business; then he'll in
sert that little threat
"I'm going to talk to the drivers
of other concerns where I am invited.
I can do more in a few words of
heart-to-heart conversation with a
driver than I can by soaking him in
"After being fined the driver speeds
just to get even with the law. When
I explain to them the consequences
they usually see the light and I feel
that much good can be done.
"I have made arrangements to talk
to the drivers for the Daily News and
Chicago Telephone Co. I want both
the driver and the boss to feel that
we must quit this reckless business of
sending their cars hurtling arountf
the city at high speed.
"We're going to get together to
night at the eHrald office."
ELIZABETH FLYNN ACQUITTED
Patorcnn, M .1 Hpp 1 PTIitoViqM.
Gurley Flynn was acquitted last I
night on charge of "advocating In
jury and inciting to rioting" by a ury
out an nour ana niieen mmutesrrms
was her second trial for ttfsame
offense. " l
SERBS FLEE THRO MOUNTAINS
FROM BULGARIAN RUSIf
Berlin- Teutonic and Bulgarian
troops are across Serbian frontier
today, pursuing fleeing Serbs sou
ward through Albanian mountains
Serbs are making no further organ;
Bulgarians are most nunierous ir
this pursuit ?
Piirnnoo nf mimiilf' fhrnnoli Alhn.
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ma is 10 prevent a eras irom jouun;
London. British steamef Kings
way sunk by submarine with possible
loss of five lives. Captain and 21 of
Kingsway's crew landed today; five
Amsterdam. Emperof of Austria
today accepted resignation of his
ministers of finance, interior and"
Paris. French artillery bombard
ed kaiser's Tine violently in -vicinity
of Prise in Semme region. French
aviator dropped six bombs on rail
road station at Lens.
tsernn, via sayvuie wireless. Mng
Peter of Serbia fled on horseback
from Prisrend Sunday afternoon,
day before Bulgars captured town,
according to Sofia telegram.
Copenhagen. Swedish steamship
Sabrine torpedoed by submarine.
Crew landed at Emden.
Rome. Italians increasing fur
attack and tiehtenine lines
Goritz. News of city's fallre'xpi
hourly. Austrians making despe:
counter attacks, but Italians bea'
them back, inflicting heaviest los;
Washington. President Wilson
will not sanction any new rivers and
harbors legislation, he informed Rep
resentative Sparkman of Florida",
chairman of house committee on
rivers and harbors. '