Evert home robbed

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MORGAN EVERTS' HOUSE ROBBED WIIII.K II K IS IN I'ASADDN.V SI'KNIIIN.i 1IIK HOI.1KAYS W ITH HIS I, Al (ill I l it. The home of Morgan Everts, a! 14:1 Ocean View Av., was broken in'o some time during Monday nigh., the place completely ransacked, and everything left topsy liirv. There Is no clew as to Ihe Identity ol the burglars. Morgan Everts, accompanied by his wife, left for Pasadena a few days be fore Christmas to pay a visit to ihcir daughter, who resides In that illy, leaving the house during their a'l sence in the care of I). ('. .Merrill, .V: Mi Ocean View Av. ll was customary for Mr. Evens to leave his home and his horse in ti e care of Mr. Merrill, he having dotii so on numerous other occasions while he was absent from Ihe city. Mr. Merrill culls every morning al the house to feci Ihe horse, and had gone for that purpose on Tuesday morning. On arriving al the barn h" noticed that ihe lock had been force I and this aroused his suspicions, so; he went lo the house. The screen door in the rear of the li.ii ti.ua ,tfbiwl l.nl II,,. I.....L, had been forced open, Ihe burglar I having taken a Jimmy and Kim the, l,M k from out of the casing. WsKhlnglon Rhodes, who llvi next door to Mr. Everts, was then! Kilniiiiimisl bv Mr Merrill uml lliei two cm ered the house They found thrw or four coals and several pairs of shoes strewn on Ihe kitchen Hon", and in the dining room th,. side Issirds had been ransacked III every room Himughoni I lie house Ihe floor wasllitered w lib stult every nook and crevice being searched. Ill the yard were found Iwo cam of fruit which the burglars hail dropped In Ihelr flight. Mr. Merrill has written to M" Evcrl" about the robbery, anil It i.-expected that be will cmne home liu-mcdialely. I'uHl he arriv.-d lb, amount of muff stolen can not lie cer'nineu. All ins valuables ei"i stored In a local bank, so ihe loss; will not he very great, llesiiles : ' few footprints In one of I'm. HouitI beds, the burglars left no clew he I hind them by which iliev can b' l tracked. i I. nice sniun. who lives to the right of the Everts hoiug. slated that alioii' one iiilmk Tue.dav mnriiini; h. Iietrtl -ihe dog bark and make considerable fllss. Ml il is p .IIIIH'd l!(;r vai t lie lionr of the robhei v I i

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  1. Santa Cruz Sentinel,
  2. 04 Jan 1905, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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