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TBI 1V1NIH0 WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1918.
BOY SPENDS NIGHT ASLEEP IN 'MOVIE IT! ; SEARCH Nine-Year-Old Stephen Is Res ru2j After Taking Dis astrous Nap. tapha.i Su'vilorf, nine years old, ths liieit of a family of four, lives with Ml parents Si't No zm Hughes avsmis, In th Bronx. Stephen is fond of too "movlM." and last nlrht he begged a ntekel from hla mother to go to the how at No. 4K7 Third avenue. Mldnlrht cama and Stsvs had not returned. HI mother. In wild alarm, want to tha Tre xsont avenue police station, and every patroVrosn in that neighborhood of the tons waa given a daserlptlon of the seisetnt boy. All nil ht lon they aearrhed for the Nttla lad, and the mother anxiously paced the floor, while the father pa trolled the street. At eight o'olook this morning the mother sank on her bed distracted and hysterical. Here'a what had happened In the meantime: Stephen sad gxmt to the show and had been refused admittance by Harry Har tal, th proprietor, on account ef being a minor. He finally persuaded a man and a woman to take him In under their guardianship. Once safely Inside, he Mod to a dark corner. It waa a long bow and th lad fell asleep. Eleven o'olook cam and th boy etui slum bered. Th lights war put out, th doors olosed and th hoy slept on. Stephen awakened from a nightmare in which wild Indians were scalping beautiful show girls, and tigers war devouring small boys. He gased around th Trig deserted hall and saw the day Ngavt straggling In through ths win dows. He screamed In fright and echo was his only newer. He ran to the door and pounded on the portal with his Mny fists, and sobbed and kicked with his tough Mttle shoes. All In vain. No answer came to him. At I o'clock George Nichols, an usher, wont to the theatre and frightened Stephen waa rencued. WAKE UP IN FALLING'hOUSE. rasatllo Beeaa Whoa Celling Treasble aad Building "Lists." Two families living on ths upper floors at a three-story brick building at No. 17 South Fourth street, Williamsburg, were alarmed this morning when por tions of the callings fell to th floor and tha houss "listed" toward an alley that runs alongside It There was a hasty sail of the tenants and th owner, Isaac Zekl e. was notified. Kekloe communicated with the Build ing Inspector's office, and ths tenants the two families on the upper floors and Chinese operating laundry on th street floor wer ordered to vacate. Tiie building will be torn down at once.' SAINTS CANDLE SETS FIRE; I SAVE BOY ASLEEP AT SHRINE. Lad's Rescuer Hurts Barber's Feel ings by Throwing His Patron Saint Into the Street. Franrteco Catano, barber, had moved his chairs and his mirrors Itv.o the shop at No. Mi Wsst Eighteenth street, be neath a big tenement there, and, pond ln his grand opening to-day, he erected ti shrine to Ht. JoaeDh In the reej- of Mw hop and had his tMrteen-year-oM son. utusrinpr, sleep there last night for anoed luck. (liuaepne'e cot was dlreetl In front of the kind saint, screened from the front of the shop by portieres. Bom lime during the early morning the transom over the front door dropped down and. near 7 o clock, a vagrant breeae through that opening pushed th portiere soalnat ttie flame of the single candle that burned In honor of the saint. Max Klein, th owner of the building wherein the herfcar hop waa situated, happened to pans the front of th clut tered establishment just In time to see rhe curtains biasing. He broke In th door and awoko th steeping Otuseppe as rhe biasing fabric fell across his cot. The firemen n il I 1 v ,h'miiWii e. small blase after they had oome on a rusn in answer to Klein's alarm. But what hurt Franolsoo Catano, tha barber, most wis that Klein unceremoniously pitched Ht. Joseph, th stringer of good luck. Into ths street LEADS DRIVEROF TAXI THAT HIT HIS AUTO TO STATION. Qty Register Griffenhagen Causes Arrest, Then, Learning No One Was Hurt, Drops Case. City Register M ix s. Orlffenhagen. his wife, three daughter and a son-in-law were In Mr. Griffenhagen' limou sine whan It was struck by a taxkeb driven by Thomas Carroll of No. SU West Sixty-eighth street at at Nicholas avenue and One Hundred and Forty eighth street early to-day. The party was on th way from th Orlffenhagen home at No. 710 Riverside drive to that of ths son-in-law, Mr. MoskowKx. at No. 710 St Nicholas ave nue They were all shaksn up by ths oolllslon, which broke a mudguard and otbsrwlse damaged the Orlffenhagen machine Mr. arlffanhagen appealed to Police man Hogan of the West One Hundred and Fifty-second street station to taks Carroll to that station. Mr. Orlffen hagen and the policeman went in ths taslcab with Carroll and tha othsr mem bers of the Orlffenhagen family con tinued on their way In ths limousine. Later Mr. Orlffenhagen decided to drop th cass. HER WEIRD STORY OF ABDUCTION TRIPTOCABARET Girl Told Thriller to Police, but Owned Up When Taken Home. Seventeen at most, petite and pretty, she threw herself hysterically Into ths arms of Patrolman Qulnn at Fifteenth street and Sixth avenue about 4 o'clock this morning, got her head as far up to his sbouldsr ss shs could reach and sobbed out a story that made the po liceman himself almost weep. He ger.t ly disentangled himself from her fright ened embrace and tried to sooths her "My poor child, what I your name?" he asked. Htm letting loose a flood of tear that rivalled th downpour if rsln, ths girl said: "I'm Isabella Meyers and live with my parents at No. 170 Wsst Tenth treat" Qulnn helped her around to the West Seventeenth street polios staUin. Thar to Lieut. O'Connor shs told ths same terrible story of now as shs was returning modestly snd properly to her heme about 9.30 last night two rough men Jumped out from a taxlcsh at Twentieth street and Blxth avenue, bundled her Into the vehicle, how she fought till shs became unconscious and knew nothing more until she waa flung out In ths pouring rain at Park avenue and Ftorty aacond street To Detective Gorman she rep sated all ths harrowing details, never missing svsn a comma. Th police sent for Dr. Waters of Naw fork Hospital, and his report confirmed the doubts O'Connor and Gorman had begun to havs as thsy noticed th girl wss very dry for one who had walked In the rain from Forty second street to Fifteenth. So Gorman took Miss Isabella horn and there found mother waiting, nursing her wrath. IaahsUa owned up. She had been out sualnst mamma's wish and had gone, she confessed, to a cabaret ahow In Jersey City with a man named James Former Vanderbllt Bailer Slala. SKATT7,E. Wash.. April M Carl A. Westmnn, forty-eight year old. night watchman at a shipyard and formerly butler In ths bom of Chauncey Depew and th VanderbUts, waa found dssd with a bullet In bis head at Wlnslow, Kitsap County. Aftsr a brief examina tion stiff Shattuok declared It hla belief that Westman was killed during a quarrel with a woman. op whoa resalar work It BTdUOtU JTOttf Strength BOOM DO promptly augmented with OOTTS EMULSION Its concentrated nourlsh nsBtv distributes energy Bad power all over ths body, u-u 1 is the liquid finish that has taken the place of wax for floors, woodwork and fur niture! Peery. fc'he so enjoyed th show that 3 40 ra:ne BSfnf sjM kr.rw It 8he con cocted the story to svoid mammi'a wrath. Gur.-iian says she didn't suc ceed. To-dny. Isabella says that owing to the notoriety shs has achieved, she Is going to leave home, but her mother Is keeping eye on her. "I am seventnen yesrs old." ssld Isa bella. "Hhs Is only sixteen." explained her mother. "This Is my Isst dsy In New Tork," sstd Isabella. "She has a cubist Imagination," ex plained Mrs. Meyers. PICKPOCKETS' VICTIM SEIZES TWO IN 'V CAR. mem by shouting thst she. too. had been rob'ied. PollCeman PssOeld honrd the whis'Je and entered the train at the l.iritner street station. He arrested tlie men Mercurlo had been holding an, I took them to the riymer street pallet atstlon. They said they were Alexander Gold stein of No. Ml Sutter avenue, Hrowns vlll. and David Mrown of No. 117 South Third street, Williamsburg. Moth denied Mercurlo's accusation, but they were held on charges of grand larcsny. On of the prisoners waa said to have thrown a purse off the train Just before the policeman came ahnard. Buffalo. Iset night and wss returnlns 10 hl hotel when stricken He died In so ambulance Shouts He Has Bern Robbed; Woman Joins In Cry, and Policeman Takes Suspects. Michael Msrouiio ef No. HT Sklllmaa avsnue, Williamsburg, startled passen gers on an "I." train Just pulling away from the Flushing avenue station, bound for the Williamsburg Bridge, this morn ing by crying out that he had been robbed of MO. He seised two men. who, he ssld. had Jostled htm snd taken hit purse from his Mp pocket. Ths two men struggled, but Merourlo retained his grip on ths coat of eatfh, while a guard notified the moterman and the whlsUe was sounded. A woman at the other end of the car In whioh the commotion occurred ndded to the excite- An Appeal to Wives You know the terrible affliction that comes to many homes from the result of a drinking husband or son. You know of the money wasted on "Drink" that is needed in th home to purchase food and clothing. ORRINE has saved thou sands of drinking men. It is a home treatment and can be given secretly. Your money wilt be refunded if, after a trial, it has failed to benefit. Costs only 1.00 a box. 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