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LAST EDITION IAST EDITION
MRS. ABRAHAMS WANTS JOB HUSBAND H AD
TERRIFIC COLD WAVE HITS THE EAST
MAJORITY RULE JOLTS McCORMICK
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, sstg Tel. Monroe 353.
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VOL. 3, NO. 89 Chicago, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1914 ONE CENT
HENRY FORD SAYS HIS PLAN WILL
END LONG CAPITAL-LABOR WAR
"Share Your Profits With, the Men Who Produce the
Pfofits; Don't Give It To Them as Presents, But
Put It In Their Pay Envelope' Every
Workman Now His Partner.
BY W. H. ALBURN
Detroit, Mich, Jan. -13. Henry Ford, the Detroit millionaire automo
bile maker who amazed the world by fixing $5 a day, as the minimum wage
for his 20,000 workingmen, adding .$10,000,000 to their yearly income, has
just explained to ,me just WHY"he did it. And this mystery which has baffled
astute captains of induslry. and learried students of economics is so simple
that a child can understand it.
He wanted to give a'Strjking object lesson of how Christianity can bo
.applied tomodern industry.
He believes that all -other employers of labor can follow his example,
and that most of them will, when they understand it.
He believes that his principle, of profit-sharing, rightly a,-I.J, vill end
the long war between capltaf and labor.
Rhythmically balancing his slender body on toes and heels. - gray
iiaired gray-eyed man of 50 explained to me his philosophy of life and work.