The Press: Cablese

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Station cheered Wales to Paris this morning he said friendship always for France.

London, March 11—The Prince of Wales left for Paris this morning. All those present at the station cheered him wildly. He said: "My friendship for France will always be with me."

The first paragraph is written in cablese. The second is a skeletonized cablegram. The third is the way such a story might finally appear in U. S. newspapers. Since Jan. 1, the Western Union Telegraph Co. has been prohibiting the use of cablese by press associations and newspapers. This...

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