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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 31, 1912, Image 3

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to be associated for purposes of
perversion with the Y. M. C. A.
as their headquarters.
? One of the men named in that
expose conimitted suicide. He
had a wife and children. The
Portland grand jury is now deal
ing with the other cases.
Dr. Mortimer denied there was
any scandal connected with his
removal irom the Episcopal min
istry. He refused to go into de
tails. "There is absolutely no truth in
that storv." he said. "I cannot
understand how any such report
Originated."
But Dr. Mortimer resigned
when the charges were first ru
mored. And Bishop Rhineland
er's unfrocking order did not con
tain the clause stating irrtmoral
ity was not the reason for remov
al, which is mandatory if the min
ister is deposed for .heresy.
' Dr. Mortimer was one of the
most prominent ministers in the
church. He has written over a
score of religious books. Somejof
them have be,en reprinted many
times.
MADELEINE ALBERS ILL
Madeleine Albers, the young
Cincinpati girl, wfcose relations
with Jeff Livingston, riiillionaire
head of the Snyder Preserve
Company, were exclusively told
in The Day Book,is dangerously
ill at her father's home in the
Ohio city.
Miss Albers, who was being
held here to appear as a witness
atgainst Dave Wexeler, Jan. 3,
was given permission, to return to j
Cincinnati to spend Christmas.
When she arrived there the sight
of her 6ld friends, who had be
come acquainted with thfe con
fession of ber relations with Liv
ingston and the fact that she was
the mother of his qhild, proved
too much for her and she suffered
a nervous breakdown- Her phy
sicians, fear she may not revover.
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N. Y. WAITER'S THREATEN
TO STRIKE
New York, Dec. 31, There
was a prospect late this afternoon
that New York's New Year's eve
drinking and eating bout would
be hindered by a strike of waiters
in every large hotel in the city.
Officials of the union said a
strike was contemplated, to take
place this afternoon. The waiters
believe that as the hotels and res
taurants have reserved practi
cally every table in their estab
lishments the managers will be
forced to yield to the union's de
mand for more pay and better
working conditions.
President Sweeney of the Hotel
Men's Ass'n, while admitting
Some waiters had already quit,
said there was not a single hotel
which would be short of waiters.
Mother I really believe you'd
be happier if you married a man
who had less money.
Daughter Don't worry,
mother, he will have less in a very
short timel
Berlin. Emperor William has
killed 67,228 animals in his hunt
ing career.-

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