RobertStoll, about 14 yearsold whose home is 011 West Huron street, was seen about six o'clock Wednesday morning tiying soraekeys in the doors of Bliss & Sorfs jewelry store. Theodore Miller, a tailor einployed at StafEoid's, was the person who savv him. The keys evidently didirt lit, tor the boy went over and tried tliem at Doty & Feiner's shoe store and Uien at the Farmers' and Mechanica' bank. Miller, who had kept an eye on the lad's movements, went up and nabbed hirn as he was at the bank. He oflered Miller 25 cents ifhe wonld release him, but this generous offer didn't save him, for Miller turned him over to the depnty sheriff and he was taken to jail. He seemed to be pretty well loaded, for on him were found a Waterbury watch, a revolver, a knife, about a bundred car. tridges, the same number of keys, and 35 cents. Ie was also learned that he had gotten into Gibson's barber shop, on Huron street, ïuesday morning between 6 and 7 o'clock and taken a pair of slippers, a key to the drawer, and 35 cents iu change. It is not known how he got in. He said the door was unlocked butit was found locked when Gibson came down after Stoll had been there He was seeu making his exit through the back way. We understand that no complainl has been made against Stoll.