PRINTER AND PUBLISHER
easy of access the numerous advertise -
ments and forms than to risk the "pi"
and dust incidental to obscure corners .. L[ . O.fC
and galley stands. The wide passage
ways permit of the free movesments of the J n 1
employees. All thle woodwork of the '= 11 .
comlposing room, such as news racks, -
stone frames, mrake-up stands, type cab- . 's ---
inets, galley stands, is finished in atitique .....
mission style. The superintendent's desk: « .l N
oecupies a raised platforni commanding J L l ''*s
a good view of everv part of the depart-
tuent. The proofroons are well lighted ,
and separated by partitions fromsl the
larger room, shutting off to a consider-
able degree, distracting noises. This flat |
is lighted, not only by windows ons thle . , * |
sides, but as by prism skylights in a roof ' -
of the saw-tooth construction now so
mueh used in factory buildings. Just off _ _
the composing roo.. s a smail room is roo1 co
taining a Saw Trimmer-that handy tool *L - [J - t
so useful in a large printing office-ands
Typecaster which is kept coitinuously il -e .L *e. s'.
going in order that the compositors mavy ... ,.*
not get "out of sorts." - g tlll t '.
The pressroom, in eommon with all r
other departrments, is flooded with day- FIGURES 2 AND 3 -PLANT OF THE YORKTON (gASK.) "ENTERPRISE
light, that element so essential not only to tOecupYin M.ain .Floo d Baseent)
good work either mental or mechanical
tut also to good health. Wide, open floor spaces buildings and provide the latest equipmsent and are
mark the arrangements of this floor.de emplove to o his or her best
mark the arrangements of this floor. seeking to ereate an atmosphere which shall inmpet
It is evident that the three firmus above referred bc cntin ud next eonth. dhowlni ooor is
(NOTE-This article will b continue d nes.t onth owin oor pn
to have spared no reasonable expense to erect imodern ae o other offles.)
Three Cost Conferences to be Held in February
tno n be rge t l d n M il n , Fse rn s b r uary
C OST Conferences will be held next month at
C Lindsay, Belleville and Guelph for the printers
and publishers of the districts of which these
places are the centres as also for printers and pub-
lishers of other districts who may care to attend
them. These meetings will be respectively the ninth,
tenth and eleventh in the series now being conduct-
ed by the Canadian Press Association to continue
the study of cost and methods of costikeeping begun
at the annual meeting last May. The committee
hope to cover the entire proviice before the next
meeting of the association.
The arrangements for these meetings are as fol-
LINDSAY, ONT.-On Febrtary 17, at 10.30
a.r., and 2 p.m., for the followiltn towns:-Lind-
say, Millbrook, Orono, Beaverton. Cannington, Port
Perry, Sunderland, Uxbridge, Bobeavgeon, Fenelon
Falls Woodville, TTavelock, Lakefield, Norwood,
Peterborough, Minden, Bancroft, Stouffville.
IELLEVILLE, ONT.-O)n February 18, at
11.30 a.m. and 2 p.m., for the following towns:-
Bancroft, Belleville. Madoc. Marmora, Sterling,
Trenton, Tweed, Bowmanville, Newcastle, Port
Hope, Kingston, Napanee, Briehton, Campbellford,
Colborne, Cobourg, Hastings, Warkworth, Oshawa.
Pickering, Whitby, Picton, Deseronto.
GUELPH. ONT.-On Febrnary 20, at 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m., for the following towns:-C Gelph,
Acton, Georgetown, Milton, Berlin, lrnlra, naiil,
Hespeler, Linwood, New Hamburg, Preston, Water-
loo, Wellesley, Drayton, Elora, Fergos, Palmerstoii
The conference held at Stratford, on June 24,
1910 was intended to cover the counties of Bruce,
Huron and Perth, and the towns in Grey on the
G. T. R. lines running out of Palmerston. The
printers and publishers of these counties who did
not attend the Stratford meeting, and who will fild
Guelph easier to reach than Orangeville are nrged
to attend the Guelph meeting. A eonfererne will
probably be held in Orangeville in March or April,
The Guelph and Orangeville meetings will be the
onlv ones in the territory on or north of the Toronto
to Sarnia line of the Grand Trunk Railwav.
At each of the above nmeetings an exposition of
the Canadian Press Association Cost System for
country newspapers and small joh offices will he
given hv John M. Imrie, editor of Printer and Pub-
Itsher. Hal. B Donly, of the Sintcoe Reformer will
take up "The Relation between Cost of Production
and Advertising Rates." Ample time will be allow-
ed for a general discussion after eah talk.
Membership in the Canadian Press or ans other
Association is by no means a condition of attendance
at these meetings. Every printer and publisher in
the several districts is invited and urged to attend
the meeting for his district, and at all meetings
printers and pubishhers from outside points will he
made heartily welcome.
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