Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
-5 r SATUnDAt, lAWUAKY 2Z, mi TlIP USTHBItimilg DAIIjT flERAUO SEE IT FIRST, FULLY and ACCURATELY IN THE HERALD "THEFAMIf^ T^HE cbmplete, painstaking reports of tke ^ U. F. A. Convention at Edmonton, wliicli liave appeared in Tke Herald all tkis week is^anotker indication of tke desire of tkis paper to serve tke community. Realizing tlie importance of the Convention and the special interest of the people of Southern Alberta in learning the views of the Convention with reference to irrigation proposals and matters related thereto, Mr. Harold Long, editor of The Herald, attended the sessions of the Convention and interviewed a nuni-ber of Government and U. F. A. officials. His reports speak for themselves. The Herald is ever alert and anxious to learn Wkat tke People Want in Their Newspaper and has gained the reputation of giving the best news service of any paper in Canada-considering the size of Lethbridge. Incidentally, this costs proportionately, but only the limitations placed by the amount of advertising and subscriptions received will stand in the way of continued enterprise and progress. (IT LET us IMPRESS AGAIN THAT jU news received over The Herald Canadian Press Ltd. leased wire by three o'clock in the afternoon is sent out in the three o'clock edition and read by the people of Southern Alberta on the same day-only a few hours later.