The Press: New Trade Papers

Agitation for the reduction of telephone tolls has long sputtered fitfully among U. S. newspapers. The press, largest user of both Postal and Western Union wires, is accorded two cut-rate services: Day Press Rate (⅓ full rate) and Night Press Rate (1/6 full rate). Although newspapers do not use telephones for long distance communication to the extent they use the telegraph, publishers feel they deserve a reduced tariff for certain services comparable to D. P. R. and N. P. R.

Last week Publishers' Service, youngest press...

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