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"The films of the Bureau of Commercial Economics are familiar in every civilized country on earth and in some of the uncivilized. Their only object is to help, to teach by object lesson. The pictures deal with travel, industry, agriculture, public health, and science, and from one point of view they are advertising of the most elaborate kind. But Dr. Holley is speaking of the advertis ing of individual business, and from an experience which hardly has been dupli cated if it has even been approached he is moved to make a few suggestions to business men and motion-picture pro prietors which cannot fail to be useful."

In speaking of the advertising value l'ersus the publicity value of the screen, Dr. Holley says:

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shown in the pictures and he could recollect no such place where the property was supposed to be. He wrote the governor, and found that the land which was being offered for sale was not within forty miles of the railroad. In still another case, a fake concern had drilled holes in the ground, dropped down dynamite, and was exhibiting a screen picture of a big oil gusher on which it was selling stock. As a matter of fact, the oil shown came from fortyeight barrels of it which had been poured in before the dynamite was touched off."

Dr. Holley asks manufacturers to cooperate with the Bureau in producing pictures of real educational value. He says:

"The Bureau is greatly in need of pictures showing industrial processes, and would esteem it a rare co-operation on the part of manufacturers if they can make a picture showing what occurs in their establishments, how they produce their wares, and under what conditions; showing as far as possible the production of the raw product—which can in many cases be supplied by the Bureau from the laboratories of the various Governments, showing production of raw material. The use of these negatives is without expense if desirable. We desire to show the industrial rela. tions and the consideration which is given by the employers for the em ployees and, if possible, the contented condition in which the employee engages in his work. Show also what is done in the way of recreation, information, and entertainment of employees by the employers. Put on the screen exactly the information that you would put in an advertisement, only be content with a limited display of your corporate name," advises Dr. Holley. “Put the message over by suggestion rather than by direct attack, for this keeps the audience sympathetic, whereas the contrary renders it combative. There are many reputable photographers who will take your picture to show the industry and not for the purpose of multiplying footage to be paid for by you. By cooperation in this way you are doing much for the relief of unrest, benefiting industrial and economic conditions; being amply compensated by the publicity value which accrues to you.”

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