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$2.50 a day in wages.
Henry Ford has made millions
making and selling cheap automo
biles. And he has just raised the wage
of his employes to a minimum of $5
,a day a jump-from $2.34.
- I don't know whether men can feel
'the love and hatred of their fellow
Emen, but if they can, then Shaw and
Aggassiz must be unhappy in their
"ill-gotten wealth, and Ford must be
I happy with all his millions. For all
I over this country there -is a kindly
t feeling for Ford, and I believe there
DAILY COMMENT ON
k They're tangoing 'on the ice now
adays. I Next they might try it on a red hot
That gink from Glen View who
stood on Adams street to rubberneck
.at the skyscrapers got a real Chicago
An auto hit "him and he woke up
in a hospital.
A Chicago street is no place for a
human being, unless he has taken
lessons in dodging them darned buzz--wagons.
Gee, but the Tribune ran the Ex
aminer out of gasoline on the news
The Exam sent a reporter up there
and he said he was going, to send in
As the Exam didn't print any, guess
the reporter didn't find any truth up
The Heafst organ might as well
have played the old game that is,
write the story in the office, without
letting facts interfere.
Atlanta business men appealed to
Willie Hearst to try to get Atlanta
one of the reserve banks.
Will he? Willie says he will.
But if Atlanta gets one it will be
in spite of Hearst's help rather than
because of it.
They're on to Hearst in Washing
ton and he has no pull.
His long pull appears to be with
is general contempt for Aggassiz and
Sometimes I think that both love
and hate carry through the air, and
that those who deserve either are
conscious of the feeling in the hearts
of their fellows for them or against
If it isn't so I wish it were. I wish
all men would feel that their place in
the affections of the universe can be
only such place as their conduct to
ward the entire human brotherhood
PEOPLE AND THINGS
the steel trust and Wall street.
But fortunately those influences
are not running the present adminis
tration. Hearst can't even get a bid to the
Elgin Butter Board cut the price
Monday two cents. We should wor-,
ry! They can go as far as they like
with that cut.
After his next fight Packey McFar
land plans to take a honeymoon trip
and give up fighting.
Which means that Feb. 12 will be
his last battle in the ring. With
apologies to Packey and his future
The business of Seigel, Cooper &
Co. is on the increase, according to
counsel for the firm.
Hurrah! That means that the
"girls behind the counters" will get
their share of the profits. (See next
"Oh, Mr. Dream Man, Please Let
Me Dream Some More."
"The fashions of today are a cir
cus." "Then I suppose you'd say the slit
skirts are the sideshow." N. Y.
New York. Estimated 50,000 men
out of work, 40,000 unmarried, with
out homes or fund's.