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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13',
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MEET MRS. HENRY FORD! SHE'S WIFE OF MAN
OF MILLIONS, BUT SHE STILL DARNS SOCKS ,
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IVlrs. Henry Ford.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 8. This is a
story about Mrs. Henry Ford.
Until a few-days ago you probably
never heard 'of her.
"Who is she?" asked a nationl
This is the answer:
She's the woman who is responsi
ble for the $10,000,000 a year in
crease in wages to the Ford employes
nearly two years ago.
She's th& woman who alone en
couraged and had faith in her hus
barid when,' 13' years ago, people,
laughed at him and caUed-him' Crazy-
Henry" because he' refused to give '
up" his great automobile idea.
She's the woman who assumed all
the expense incident to Mothers' day
in' the United States, Friday, Nov.
26, when thousands of telegrams
were sent to women's organizations
asking them to pray for peace and
later' ask the president's aid in a
movement for European peace.
SheJs the woman -who, her hus
band says, i& responsible for the suc
cess of Jhe Ford idea.
'k "She's-the wpraanwho even now
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