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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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by restricting immigration, to 5 per
cent of naturalized citizenship.
John Sexton, 18, 2931 Archer av.,
crushed to death, by elevator at Con
tinental and Commercial Bank Bldg.
George Kvacik, 6, 1454 S. Union
av., severely injured by wagon be
longing to London Cartage Co.
DeVitta & Frantozzo's store, 2554
S. Western av., robbed. $95 taken
Phillip-Gerhardt, 48, Steger, III., fell
from street car. Taken to hospital.
William Duenner, 4750 S. Fairfield
av., lost $180. Pickpockets.
Asselauvx Speliotes, 19, waiter,
Alama restaurant, 640 Wells St., kill
ed by hold-up men. Robbers got $6.40.
Harry Powers, Chicago aviator, to
fly across Lake Michigan.
Earl Hitler, 3, 643 N. Laurel st.,
fatally burned. Matches.
Mary Georgeopoulos, V2, 6325 ln
glaside av., pulled kettle of hot water
off stove. Dead.
$1,000,000 Yerke's estate to be di
vided among women's heirs following
settlement of lawsuit.
MOB KIDNAP AND BEAT UP
Denver, Col., April 6. Suffering
from severe bruises about the head
and body, Rev. Otis L. Spurgeon,
Baptist minister of Des Moines, la.,
who was kidnaped and beaten by a
mob last night, lay in St. Luke's Hos
Chief of Police O'NeilLsaid that city
detectives who made an investigation
were unable to learn the name of a
single man who participated in the
kidnaping, but that the inquirywould
Dr. SpUrgeon has been the object
of several hostile demonstrations
, since he'came to Denver to deliver a
series of sermons, said to be anti
Catholic. A mob of 100 persons gath
ered about the hotel' where he was
staying last night, carried him down
stairs and forced him into an auto
mobile. The minister was driven 24 miles
into the country, where he was beat
en by several men in the machine and
left lying unconscious in "a ditch.
When he regained consciousness, he
made his way to the Tiome of a dep
uty sheriff and was brought back to
Des Moines, la., April 6. Follow
ing receipt of a telegram from her
husband, Rev. Otis Spurgeon, local
minister, mobbed in Denver last
night, his wife left early today to join
him. She was in a highly nervous
state, but said she would at once join
her husband and nurse him back to
AT LONG DISTANCE
"Say, do you know I once hit-John
L. Sullivan in "the nose?" ,
"You must have had courage." 4
"No I had a beanshboter." Jj
o o v-
I suppose that my heart should be
joyous and light,
And I should be deep in a trance;
For Molly said,' "Yes," at the party
But you see all I asked was a
dance. - . .- Judge.