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roQN-EbixiQN ' " : noon: edition' ! BLOOD-LUST FifeND CAUGHT SLEEPING AFTER 200 MEN HAD SCOURfiE) COUNlES FOR M j THE DAY BOOK An Adless Dtiily Newspaper. Ht-' N..D.Cochranf . .ij;' . e Monroe 352 Editor .ancfcpJfsfien -T' Automatic s422. 500 SotrtJj Peoria St v : 390 By Ma&'5pnts a Month. VOL, 3, NO. 170 Chicago, Fridayi. April 17.I914; ONE CENT H FAMILIES NEED NO CHARITY Harvester TrfTwDollen-s-Day Em c ' Much: Wslffhcmiyromparing the ' ; 7 CotitipnsfCteTwolemts ' CondidjniCJiterp:Speb!al9ar yey. of the For$Ag$ j?lai)t -ahjt The Harvester Trust Plant " ' - 5 BY ASPgCjAt, rNVESTIGATOR Delrort; Mich;, ARHf17i4-''Npt' a single win'M alt the 15)00 Ford em ployes 4s' receiving, or .needs, chari table aid frpm the! city of Detroit!" Superintendent, Tiiornas X DoLan of the Detroit JPdbr Cornnuslon an swered thus when asked to tell what the $5-a-day wage paid by Henry, Ford to: his unskllledlaborers. had' mfeahi to the community- of yyhich they 'formed part: 1. "V . "fiost factories," Dqlan said, "are Just sa many festering, sores in the body qf the city; Around, them a fringe of filthy, dteeaserbjceeding ten ements, eats its way into ilia "healthy tissue of the community, poisoning "both the slum people-themselves and. the rest of the population.. But it's different around the Ford plant." NoIeJt us go out to the "neighbor" iood of the Ford plant. Again and. again, Anton, or Mike,N or whatever his. name may be, leads 'us, bisj1 visitors, with, a mysterious smile, to a certain door, which, b. flung open. And revealed a cleajj MJ 1 ' ' .' V ?-; '. ' ' - s ' ejLL . &k&&MM JUtei wi... -., 'SSmSSlmSSSmmM -.. . ' jK.tai'M . r .! ' , . : .