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our associates here in the factory.
He persisted in getting drunk. We
tried almost every thing we could
think of to cure him of his habit. He
had seven children and was getting
$5 a day. He wasted his money and
his wife considered him a nuisance.
We learned that his oldest child was
a boy, 17 years old. We gave the boy
a job at $5 a day and HE became
head of the family. The father de-
prived of his' place in the home, re
formed. He at once got back his
job in our shop and has been sober
ever since. There is something to
learn from that experience.
I can see no good in running a fac
tory or business which does not
create healthy conditions and pro--mote
happiness among ail concerned,
even to those who buy the product.
The prevention of disease must begin
at home, in our daily work and play,
WHAT NAME SHALL FORD
In an article for The Day Book
Henry Ford tells what kind of an
institution his so-called cancer
hospital will be. He wants an ap
propriate name for it and asks for
Have You a Name To Suggest?
If so write it on the following
blank space and sign your name
and address. Send this coupon to
The Day Book and we will for-
ward it to Ford.
our eating and resting, and in our
thinking. If we work in fear and
worry and without hope, all the hos
pitals in the World cannot repair the
damage. This hospital repair-work
is being well done by some of our
greatest and most devoted men. I do
not see how we can help in that direc
tion. To prevent sickness is a bigger job,
and more important. We hope to
start on new lines and, working along
day by day, teaching and being
taught, to work out something along
the line of healthy, happy living the
common-sense, of living, it might be
I believe it is reasonable to start an
institution to collect facts about eat
ing, thinking and working, to arrive
at certain undisputed conclusions
and to lay down certain foundation
pronciples which will enable us to
improve the common store of health.
More than wealth or power, men'
desire health. When a person has
cancer, he would give all he has to
be well again. Greed is a certain:
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