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HELEN MORTON WILL
BE EXAMINED TODAY-INSANE?
NOON EDITION .
BOY HELD AFTER GIRL
DIES IN LAKE TELLS
OF LOVE AFFAIR
Entered as Second-Class Matter Aprfl:vi914, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, gggJ3g Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. HgUl By Maif, Except-in
500 South Peoria SL 398 ChicagOjaVears,
VOL.3, NO. 236
Chicago, Monday, July 6, 1914
HENRY FORD DESCRIBES MS OF
HIS NEW CANCER HOSPITAL
It Is to Be the Greatest Hospital of Its Kind in the World
Ford Wants-the People to Help Him Pick a
Name for This Unique Institution.
(FORD'S CANCER HOSPITAL, -In the following article, the first ha
ever wrote for a newspaper, Henry Ford, the manufacturer who pays a mini
imum wage of $5 a day, tells what he proposes to do at the so-called cancer
hospital he will soon establish in Detroit and which he expects to make the
greatest in the world. He has already acquired buildings and grounds at an
expense of $500,000. In this article Ford makes clear that this is not to be
a hospital like other hospitals. That's why he asks our readers to help him
give the institution a name. He has written this article, descriptive of his.
plans; so as to assist you in thinking up an appropriate name. Editor.)
BY HENRY FORD '
(Copyright, 1914, by .the Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
I would like to ask all the people to help us name the new institution
we- will establish in Detroit. We have taken over twenty acres of ground,
and three large buildings' which were designed for a hospital. Our jplana