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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I) The People of Southern Alberta TolcF About World Events As They Happen fc-1_ I The Herald's Leased Wire, Telegraphic and Afternoon Mail Service Carries the News Without Delay The Daily papers in the larger cities of Canada have in operation a thoroughly comprehensive and efficient organization for gathering and distributing news The leased wire in these newspaper offices ticks off the story a few minutes after the happening of any event of importance-" often the while it Is occurring, as is the case in connection with the Yacht Race at present The telegraph operators in newspaper offices.buying this leased wire service for their readers -receive news at fc same time and hand it A i typewritten form to the Herald Gives ReadmFull Leased Wire Service T -X i In order to give subscribers an up-to-the-minute the Herald is publishing three editions daily. Telegraphic, news comes over the wire continuously until noon entire service is rushed to press'and sent on the 1.10'train to all towns west of Lethbridge. Another edition of the paper is published at 3.00, carrying all the news up to the last minute, and this is sent out to ail Post Offices on the Aldersyde, Cardston and Crow's Nest East lines. Readers will therefore see that they get the Herald carrying, all the news up to the last before the ink is dry. Our readers can rest assured that on account of this favorable train service they See It The Lethbridge First ;