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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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invention for protecting the lives of
With hisses and cheers mingling
with bitter remarks, the members of
the North Shore Congregational
church last night voted 120 to 96 to
retain the Rev. James S. Ainslie as
their pastor.
Dr. Ainslie in his own defense
charged that "cheap lolitics" was
being played; that statements made
by his opponents were false; that his
written resignation had been forced
from him under an agreement that
it would not be presented until Jan. 1,
his salary to continue until July 1,
1916, and that faith had been broken
with him.
Following- the -announcement-of.
and sighting purposes are the newest;
German soldiers at the front.
the vote to retain Ainslie as pastor,
H. E. Osborne, lawyer and one of the
leaders of the opposition, presented
a resolution asking for the calling of
a council of the Congregational
churches of the city to settle the diffi
culty in the North Shore church.
Most of the pastor's supporters had
become weary and gone home and
the vote was carried, 53 to 39, which
has the effect of nullifying the action
taken by the body earlier, as it re
opens the entire question.
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They're congratulating Gen. Town
send on his "masterly retreat" from
Bagdad. Being patted on the back:
for doing some fine running must;
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