Press: Pulp Prices

On Hearst business office bulletin boards last week hung a notice stating that Publisher Hearst had sent to Finland for some of the $25,000,000 worth of newsprint paper he buys every year, heretofore from Canada. Reason (according to the bulletin): Finland, as the only country in the world to pay its War debt to the U. S., deserved some business.

Not mentioned in the bulletin was a fact all Hearstmen should have known: That the Canadian Government is determined to force newsprint manufacturers to raise their price from $40 to $45 a ton,...

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