Colonel Theodore Roosevelt's Stolen Jewels Recovered
TEDDY GETS HIS JEWELS Former Servant In Roosevelt Horns Occupies Ceil In Jail. Oyster Bay. N. Y., Sept. 1.--Most the jewelry stolen from Colonel Theodore Theodore Roosevelt's home on Sagamore Hill has been recovered. Detectives are done with searching the nooks and crannies of the the colonel's estate and George R. Parker, the recently recently discharged negro servant confessed to the thefts, was taken Mineola and locked in the jail. The value of the stolen watch and jewels only totalled a little than $1.000, although Colonel Roosevelt Roosevelt prized some of them beyond sum of money. It is said that Â·was discharged becau_se of an alleged attack upon one of the maids of Roosevelt household.