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TBI 1V1NIH0 WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1918.
BOY SPENDS NIGHT
ASLEEP IN 'MOVIE
Nine-Year-Old Stephen Is Res
ru2j After Taking Dis
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
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
(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
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
HER WEIRD STORY
Girl Told Thriller to Police, but
Owned Up When Taken
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?"
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
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
Its concentrated nourlsh
nsBtv distributes energy Bad
power all over ths body, u-u
is the liquid finish
that has taken the
place of wax for floors,
woodwork and fur
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
"This Is my Isst dsy In New Tork,"
"She has a cubist Imagination," ex
plained Mrs. Meyers.
SEIZES TWO IN 'V CAR.
mem by shouting thst she. too. had
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
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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
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Your money wilt be refunded if, after a
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No one can realize
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tight excepting those
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by Registered Eye Physicians.
Perfect Fitting Glasses, M. 50 to 111.
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Half a Century in Business.
217 Broadway, Alter Houss
223 Sixth Ave , 15th St. HO Sixth Ave.. 22d St.
101 Nassau. Ann St. 17 West 42d-New York.
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DIE0 IN AN AMBULANCE.
Word of th sudden death of Rd
mund Poanansky. wsll known In Im
porting circles, reached hi Rosednle,
8. I . home to-day. He dlod in Buf
falo last night within an hour from
tha time he waa atrlcksn with heart
dlsea while riding In a trolley car.
Mr. PnSmansky was ths American
representative of Oskar Kahl. a tier
man manufacturer of art bead work.
He had an office al No. Ill Broadway,
but frequently he mad long business
trip. He had mads a call on a rela
tlvs, Alsx. Hogel of No. (11 Oak street.
and harsh purgatives. Thsy lnjnr
yosubowat and ass enseal
Up oe saw sled to
work gently aad
as m mm Drag
This lM-Plece Imported Dinner
Set with every SIN Purchase
$1.00 A WEEK
Opens an Account
Open Monday and
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just as easy to keep it in perfect con
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At OttBCsW CMpM to
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END UVER TROUBLE
Untruirworthy Drug, Thought to Loo tan
the Teeth, Now Made Absolutely
Dr. Edwardi' Olive Tablets the substitute
(or calomel -are the mildest but surest laxa
tive known, snd their effect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. They are the result of
Dr. Edwsrds' determination not to treat liver
snd bowel complaints with calomel. Dr. Ed
wsrds hss been calomel'i uncompromisins foe,
His efforti to banish it brought out these little
olive-oil-colored tablets, a rare combination of
vegetable compounds mixed with olive oil.
i These plesssnt. harmless little tablets do all the
I good thst calomel docs, but have no bad after
effects. They don't injure the teeth like itroni
liquids or calomel. They take hold of the trouble
; snd quickly correct it. Why cur th liver
j st the expense of the teeth) Calomel some
timei plays havoc with ths gums. So do strong
liquids. It is best not to take cslomel st all.
but to let Olive Tablet take their place.
Most hesdaches, "dullness'' snd thst laiy
feeling come from conitipstion and a diiordered
liver Take Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy"
snd "hesvy." Note how they "clear" the cloud
. ed brsin snd how they "perk up" the spirits.
At 10c snd 2$c s box. "Every little Olive
Tablet bsi movement all lU own '
I Tax OUvs Tablet Cempaoy, Colunsbus. 0.
R- H. Maey Ca.'s Attractions Are Their
m i trx szxr rasps
mU Wi mmk " Sousu-e eBroadway. J4th ta Jt h St.
and our own greatly improved
Men's Clothing Store
Macy's handles only
the best-t a i I o r e d
Macy's prices aver
age 20 below prices
in the few other
Houses that handle
clothes of equal quality.
below net only beer out
this stetemmt, but
ofutrete bow bho
drew at a BMawete
lay-with absolutely no
tooiflto of auaKty or
rb-if they buy at
Mens Blue Serge Suits, $1475
The lowest price elsewhere is f 18.50.
Made of standard grade blue serge, warranted
color-fast. Alpaca lining. All sizes up to 46. and
a special assortment of models for stout men.
Abo Blue Sorgo Suit,
at $19.75, $24.75 and $29.75.
Mens Silk-lined Spring
Overcoats at $19.75
The lowest price elsewhere is f 25.00.
Of pure worsted soft finish cloths in Oxford and
black. Lined throughout with all-silk Merveilleux.
In a new Chesterfield model.
Overcoats in Stock
at $14.75 and up to $4150.
Mens Raincoats at $9.50
The lowest price elsewhere is 112.50.
Double-texture English Paramatta cloth Coats in
olive shades. Satin-piped seams, and the lower
edges protected with rubber facings. Button-through
front, slash pockets, and military collar.
Raincoats in Stock
at $11.50 and up to $27.50.
-Fifth Fl r. Brssdway,
, JSUGAg M
No hand touches
Just pure sugar
in 2, VA and 5 lb.
H Your grocer can get it for you
ALL CARS TRANSFLR TO
Lexington to 3d Ave.
59th to 60th St
All Ike Special Sales Advertised Is Ssiday's Papers
Will Be CestlBsed Jo-Morrow (Toesdsy)
it tne Kain Kent You from Comine to Bioomtne-J
dales' To-Day Come To - Morrcrw The
Store Throbs with Interest.
Beginning To-day, Our May Sale of
Muslin Underwear. French Lingerie.
Corsets. & Children's and Infants' Wear
Presenting 100,000) new and immaculate garments
at prices that make each one an unsuipaeaed value.
Also Our May Sale of
Housekeeping Linens and Bed Clothes
Laces, Embroideries. Blouses, Silks,
Dress Goods, Negligees, Dresses, Etc.
Men's Youths' $16
& $18 Suits st $11.88
Continuing our timely special sal I
The suits in this offering are all strictly
hand tailored In the lot Sprint snd
Bummer models and ordinarily sell for
the values we quote above.
THE MATERIALS A EE
silk mixture, plain bin
laid, plain a ray series.
fancy stripe worsteds; fancy cheviots, in
brown, gray and tan, black and white
THE MODELS ARB
two-button sacks, English models;
three-button sacks and Norfolk models;
trousers have belt loops; alto with and
without cuff buttotns.
SIZES: IS to 22 years for youths,
and 33 to SO chest measure.
There are suit for young men who
want dash and go and suits for men
who like conservative models; in fact,
a suit to satisfy every man's taste.
They are sll made and trimmed in the
beet posslblo manner.
R7 also Assw in regular ttoek ami in
lafrrssls mt 10. 16. 116.96. HUM.
Men' Clothing Dept.. 3d EL
Summer Silk Hosiery
Women. Men & Girls, 24c
Worth considerably more. Offer comprise:
Women's Pure Thread Silk Stockings, Uk ail th way
up to the top; 4-inch garter welt; in a choice of colors oad SJ m
black and whit; all sites, at ZfC
Mon'S Purs Silk Half HOSO, In fancy striped jacquard aad
plain colors: all first quality hoae. in a variety of shades and-sftg
Fine Silk Stockings for Young Girls; splendid assort
ment 1x1 ribbed good quality silk stockings; sises for girls SJ.
and misses; white and block; at aJTsC
Oar rsaWar Silk Hon try stocks eosswrtss rssrsteias from Ms i
M.1.9H Jot women, ami lot aad 1.70 for sssa.
Implements to Make
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If you have a gstfden, your pride in Its appearance vrill Wad yes fee
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need help ? Here is every kind of help, so economically priced that tkeee
IV axaarn S r J 1 .
woui us in (ooa reason iot usnuv wiuaw miwii.
Malleable Garden Rakeo
10 teeth 18c
14 teeth 22c
12 teeth. .. .20c IS teeth 24c
Oibb Wire Rake 2C and Mc
Wood Lawn Rakes 42c
Hoc and Rake Combined 24c and 26c
Oarden Hoes 20c and 39c
Spading Forks etc to 84c
Oarden Spades 64c to $1.25
Round Pointed Shovels . 6c to $1.25
Square Pointed Shovels . Mc to II .25
Oarden Trowels ac to 64c
Orass Hooks 22c and 20c
Pruning Shears 19c to 59c
Weed Diggers 29c
Flower Bod Kdglnft, cut in lengths
to suit 16 inches high. 12c ft.;
22 Inches high. 14c ft.
12 teeth. 52c
16 teeth. 63c
14 teeth. 59c
15 teeth. 76c
ft . -
Oarden Sets (three
pieces) 69c and Sic
Turf Edgers 52c and $1.2S
Hedge Shears 89c and 11.21
Orass Shears 24c to 84c
Gordon Barrow . . . $3.24 to $4-69
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