Hippler Annie 1898 stolen jewelry
n m sboul- 7 LOST HER JEWELRY. Pnr'.mr the progress of the fire on Desire street, between Burgundy anj Danphine, at 12;."V1 o'clock Thursday morning. Miss Annie Hippler, residing at No. S22 liesire street, placed her w.-uring w.-uring w.-uring apparel and a tox containing a diamond ring and a pair of diamond earriegs in a biiiinle and to. k it to a residence iu the neighborhood After the fire was extinguished she fot'iid that the box containing the Jewelry had boen stolen from the hnndle. The box waa subsequently found under a pair of Steps at the corner of Burtrnndr i sre streets, bet the iewnirv The stolen diamonds were valued at $,o!