Boy Locked in the Lyceum Theater

Ogden Standard Examiner, 13 July 1914, page 12

Louis Hall, a 13-year-old boy, fell asleep in the Lyceum theater Saturday night and was locked in the building by the proprietor, who failed to notice him, when he closed up about 11:15 o'clock.

The boy got his hand in the seat hinge about an hour later and was awakened. Finding himself alone in the building and the door locked, he hammered on the door and yelled until he was heard by Henry Peterson of the Grill cafe. Peterson called the police, who endeavored to get into the theater but without success. The proprietor was then called to the place and released the boy who was badly frightened by his experience. 

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Boy Locked in the Lyceum Theater