The Press: Daily Color

If the Chicago Tribune is not demonstrably, as it boasts, the "World's Greatest Newspaper," it is at least ambitious, enterprising. Months ago it was learned that Publisher Robert Rutherford McCormick proposed to introduce color-printing in his daily editions. Lately have appeared Tribune advertisements with two colors at a time worked into them. Last week the colorful Tribune of the future was again sharply foreshadowed to its 813,708 readers by the appearance of a colored cartoon on the Tribune's big bold front page.

The subject of the cartoon (Joseph Taylor Robinson of Arkansas, Democratic...

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