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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 5, NO. 58 Chicago, Saturday, December 4, 1915
BILL A FRIE
Shows How the Kept Press Is Trying to Work the Mayor.
How the Press Agent of the Clothing Hogs Is
Playing the Game.
WM. HALE THOMPSON,
MAYOR OF CHICAGO--Say,
Keep your eye peeled on the papers. They're trying to wdrk you for
the benefit of the clothing hogs the rich Jews who are exploiting the poor
Jews. I'll tell you how they are doing it.
The clothing manufacturers have hired a publicity agent. He has been
on the job for some time now and is evidently getting in his work. His job
is to get stuff into- the newspapers that will help mould public sentiment
against the striking garment workers.
So don't believe a11yqu read' in the papers, Bill. Some of it may have
been written by the press agents hired by the clothing manufacturers.
This press agent may write the stuff himself for such papers as will
print it As to the otherst he may getin touch with the reporters who hava
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