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BODY OF BABY FOUND IN THE BOSTON STORE
MAN FATALLY HURT IN MARSHALL FIELDS
. QUIMET WINS FRENCH GOLF TOURNAMENT S
Entered as Second-Claw Matter April 21, 1914, at the oetofflce at ".
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of Maxell 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
' Daily Except Sunday
N. 0 Cochran, jggjBgfo Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and- Publisher. fUgg By Mail, Except in
500 Swrth Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL.3, NO. 205 Chicago, Thursday, May 28, 1914 ONE CENT
FIVE DAYS A WEEK FOR WORK AND
TWO DAYS FOR REST IS FAIR DEAL
Declares Merchant Prince John Wanamaker Tells of
, Movement Which May Include All Working
People and Extend Over Wfjole Year.
(Editor's Note. Everybody knows
John Wanamaker, the merchant
prince of Philadelphia. He was once
postmaster general of the United
States and is noted for the "bigness"
of the things he does. At 76he has
anticipated progress a bit and has put
into, practice a dream of years a
five-day week for store employes.)
BY. H. P. BURTON .
Philadelphia, Pa., May 28. "Giv
ing our workers an added portion of
the rewards they help to earn is every
bit as good business as it is good
morals! If people are treated like
oxen, they can. be depended on to
make only an ox-like return! Treat-
ediotherwise, the difference is a mlr-1
This is the ringing challenge John
Wanamaker, the greatest drygoods
merchant the world has seen, flings
across this broad land!
It is the unfalterihg answer he
makes to- any T these "who 8kaBr-t