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POLICE HOLD GIRL IN
SUPPOSED RICH MAN
HEIR TO AUSTRIAN
THRONE AND WIFE
Entered as .Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, m., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, Except in
VOL.3, NO. 231
Chicago, Monday, June 29, 1914
FORD HAS A REAL SCHQBLHOUSE IN
HIS BIG AUTOMOBILE PLANT
Pays Teachers and Says School Was Necessary So That-
His Foreign Workers Could Live and Spend
Tkeir Money Efficiently.
. BY OTTO McFEELEY
Detroit, Mich Jane .29. When
you go to a certain part of the Ford
plant you will be puzzled by a babel
of voices as of a school reciting les
sons. It IS a school a school of grown
up men and they ARE reciting les
sons. Foreign laborers cannot became
American citizens, learn to spend,
more money for living and efficiently
enjoy freedom and citizenship unless
they can speak, read and write En
"ghsh. This was fee canchifiion.
reached by Henry Food, and accord
ingly he has established schools for
adult foreign workmen.
The school is located in the new
addition of the Ford shop, 1)00 feet
long, five stones high and as white
inside as a battleship and as- dean.
Ford took Judge Neil, the-mothers'
pension, man with whom he has been.
I in conference, and myself to see-tie
When we visited the school m the
new factory buHdmg the following:
nationalities were represented in the
elevenclasses which are at work:
PriBab- Russian. Roumeman. Ser
vian, Azmenian, Hungarian Syrian,.
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