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VOL.3, NO. 83 Chicago, Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1914 ONE CENT
Anxious Men Fight for Places in Line All Want To Be
One of the 22,000 Employes Who Will Benefit ,
Under $10,000,000 Profit-Sharing Plan
Every Employe Over 22 Years Old
to Get. at Least $5 Per Day.
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 6. Ten thousand anxious, determined men, some
ragged and unkempt, others seemingly prosperous, this morning fought for
places in the line that stretched out from the employment window at the
Ford Motor Company in Highland a line that continued for many blocks
from the company's factory.
Each man sought to become one of the army of 22,000 workers who
will benefit under the $10,000,000 profit-sharing plan, made public yester
day by Henry Ford, head of the big concern. The formation of the line had
started at 3 o'clock this morning, when a small group of the city's unem
ployed took up their position before the big factory gates to await their
opening at 7 o'clock. An houf later, several hundred were waiting in the
bitter cold. At 6 o'clock the crowd had become a shoving, jostling, mirth
less mob of men, each witn a sple aim to reach the employment window,