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POLICE SQUAD IN
WAR ON SO-CALLED
TOLD IN CONNECTION
WITH "BABY FARM" .
Entered as Secowi-Ctos3 Matter April 21, 19X4, at the Postofflce at" -'
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, ,gggg5jv Tel. Monroe '353.
Editor and Publisher. HUfgjP By Matt, Excepf'In
500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicagq,$3.a Year.
VVOL. 3, NO. 228 Chicago, Thursday, June, 25, 1914 ONE CENT
HENRY FORD STARTS CONSUMPTIVE
SANITARIUM IN HIS FACTORY
Men Brought Back From Arizona Gain In Health Ford
Describes This Strange Hospital Fifty
Tubercular Workers on the, Job,
BY OTTO McFEELEY. '
Detroit, Mich., June25. The most
amazing thing in the Ford automo
bile works is the ward for consump
tives. Think of it! A factory that is a
pnly-these consumptives work and
are gaining in health as they work!
While walking about the factory
with Judge Neil, the mothers' pension
advocate who has just held a lengthy
conference with Millionaire Ford on
the hitter's methods, Ford shyly drew
a document from his pocket and said:
"I have just received a report
which indicates that our plant here
may cure its employes who have tu
berculosis." Judge Neil wanted' to know all
about it right away, so Ford sat down
and told us.
"It is known that dry air aids men
suffering from tuberculosis to re
cover. I knew that we 'had a place
in the shop where the air is very dry.
It is the steel tempering room. The
hot metal is laid out on the, floor to