The Theatre: Bomb Campaign

Writers of advertising copy have handled almost every subject from toothpicks to war loans. Last week, however, there appeared in Chicago papers a unique campaign. Signed by the Chicago Employers' Association, it was a protest against the bombing of industrial establishments, particularly printing shops, by racketeers. Copy punch was provided by the offer of a $5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of persons bombing or damaging property of any printing concern that belonged to the Association and $1,000 reward for conviction of persons assaulting workers of print shops where strikes...

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