Helena Record, 14 Aug 1925

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next week, letter to instructor. ; it has so use other much to held in- the editor the an women according has the of country experiment e r the Development excellent WDOIffi FIT THEMSELVES OUT; HELDJSJHAflS Livingston, Aug. 13.--Two boys, Frank White, 15, and Rov Ouelcttc, 14, are charged with robbing Spencer's and the Fraser Landcs early Wednesday morning. They were given a hearing later before Police Magistrate O. T. Ragland bound them over to the district In the meantime they arc in the custody of Prohibition Officer Frank Larson. Th» two came into Livingston Tuesday presumably on a freight t r a i n , having beat their way Spokane, Thcv wore ragged shirts and badly worn overalls. In the hearing the older hov said t h a t trying to get to South Dakota to work during the harvesting season. Arriving here without a cent of money and so few clothes, they the attempt to steal clothing, they said, to keep them warm. Brake Out GU». Supposition is that they passed down Main street and located the men's clothing store, but when they went into the alley to enter the they made a mistake and got into Spencer's. They hid broken out a window pane to enter the place. Finding nothing but caps that they could wear, each took one and left the store by way of the back door Then breaking out a pane in the next door, they entered through a hole, so small it seemed almost impossible to get through Policeman Martin Zollman, making his nightly rounds of investigation, saw the night light over the rack in Fraser Landcs store waving, and waiting an instant, he saw shadows across the window. He immediately called the owners of the nd found someone to guard the ioor while he waited in back. Were All Dolled Up. The two proprietors entered by lie front door while the culprits eing held hy Policeman Zollman he rear exit. They had completely clothed iclvcs with shoes, overalls, cotton hirts and leather vests One of t joys had also taken a belt. The al value of the stolen goods amounted to caxctly $38. It was evident that the boys clothing and nothing more as the. registers in cither place contained noncy and neither of them had ouchcd.

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 14 Aug 1925, Fri,
  3. Page 16

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