TEN HAM THEFT
Last Sunday morning when Mrs. H. Ten Ham went to her jewel box to get her watch and other jewelry she found that some one had the start of her and they were gone. The supposition is that they were taken on the Tuesday night previous, as they had not been away from home since that time. The thief had cut the blinds on the pantry window and got in that way. The case was kept in the parlor. Two gold watches, breast pins and a ring that was a keepsake, was all that was taken. It would seem that the thief must have been somewhat familiar with the premises as that was the only window in the house that was not fastened down. Nothing else was disturbed.