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Posted: March 17, 2014 at 3:45 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO March 17, 1914 HELENA — John Loving, a local saloonkeeper, was given a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace James R. Turner this morning on a charge of operating and exhibiting a gambling device. For the last several days there have been three or four gamblers in the city court each morning. Justice King, after imposing a heavy fine in each case for vagrancy, ordered the culprits to either get employment or leave the city. As a consequence the gamblers are making themselves scarce in Helena.

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