Volume XIV Number 50 - Friday, 8 December 1905
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, railroad||Sears, B||Condensed County News - Two other accidents occurred near Skyomish within a short time of each other. B. Sears, a Great Northern brakeman living at Delta, had his right foot cut off at the instep. He was couping cars, when his foot slipped, with the result that a wheel passed over his foot.|
|birth||Lallemand, baby boy||Social and Personal Items - Mr. and Mrs. J. Lallemand are the happy parents of a nine pound boy who arrived at their home Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Dellwing, a German midwife, was in attendance. Mother and child are both doing well.|
|crime||McPhail, Angus||Condensed County News - Angus McPhail, sentenced to death in the murder of saloonkeeper Alder... at Darrington in 1903 was executed in Walla Walla last Friday morning... (incomplete newspaper)|
|crime||White, E. J.||State News in Brief - E. J. White, proprietor of Island County Times has been acquitted of the charge of committing an assault with intent to commit murder. The defendant's attorneys moved for a direct verdict on the ground that there was no proof of any intent to murder any particular person.`|
|death||Booth, Leoni||Leoni, the infant daughter of Armmon Booth and wife, died last Thursday and was buried in the Granite Falls cemetery Saturday.|
|death||Fitch, A.||Social and Personal Items - Charles and Leonard Fitch, sons of the late A. Fitch, arrived from Frankfort, Michigan, during the week to attend the funeral of their father. They will visit relatives and look over the country before returning East.|
|death||Fitch, Wm. H.||Funeral of Wm. H. Fitch The funeral of the late William H. Fitch was held from the home of one of his sons on State street, Tuesday afternoon, Rev. H. G. Ward of the Methodist church officiating. Mr. Fitch was born in Mason, Ingham county, Michigan, 1842 and died at Ballard, Washing, December 4, 1905. He was married to Adelia Fall at Detroit, Michigan, October 16, 1864. On the fifth of the same month and year he enlisted in the Civil War, serving until the end of the war. The deceased spent most of his life in Michigan, sailing on the lakes. The widow and six children, four sons and two daughters, survive him. All were present at the funeral except the oldest daughter. Interment was in the Odd Fellows cemetery.|
|death||Gates, Edward A.||Condensed County News - Edward A. Gates, an Everett man, died Sunday as the result of injuries sustained in jumping from a freight train near Skykomish. Both feet had to be amputated as a result of the accident.|
|death||Oliver, Jessie||The Week in Tulalip - Mrs. C. A. Henry received the sad news a few days ago that her sister, Jessie Oliver, was dead. Jessie was one of our larger girls here last year, and leaves many friends to mourn her death.|
|death||Shelton, Alphonsus||The Week in Tulalip - Alphonsus, the young son of William Shelton, who has been sick for some time, died Sunday. Alphonsus was an exceptionally bright, promising boy and we all extend our heart-felt sympathy. The funeral was held at the church and was attended by a large number of friends. and relatives.|
|death, accident||Wolfe, James||Condensed County News - James Wolfe, a section hand discharged for drunkenness, was run down and killed by a train, while walking the trace from Skykomish to Madison.|
|death, fire||Knutson, Ellin||Condensed County News - Ellin Knutson of Bryant was burned to death last week in his shack where he lived alone.|
|family||McKinnon, Annie||Annie McKinnon of Boston is here on a visit at the home of her cousin, Steve Saunders.|
|fire||Baker, A. J.||Condensed County News - The residence of A. J. Baker at Arlington was totally destroyed by fire Monday morning.|
|fire, mill||McCann & Nelson||State News in Brief - Fire Saturday destroyed the dry kiln of McCann & Nelson's shingle mill at Falls City.|
|illness paralysis||Gehl, Philip||Philip Gehl, who went to California for his health, has had an attack of paralysis.|
|Japanese||State News in Brief - A movement is on foot, headed by the pastor of the Japanese Baptist church of Seattle, to start a Japanese colony on land purchased near Seattle. The members of the colony are to own the land. Industrial farming on a large scale is contemplated. The object of the movement is to give intelligent Japanese a more congenial and fitting occupation then window cleaning and the like.|
|Mapes||Mapes, S. B.||Social and Personal Items - S. B. Mapes has sold his naptha launch "Dora" to John Hanson, who will use it for hauling purposes in connection with his ranch.|
|move||Bartolet, William||Kellog Marsh News - A farewell party to William Bartolet was given at the hall last Wednesday night. An excellent time was enjoyed by all those present. Mr. Bartolet will leave for his old home in Pennsylvania on next Sunday. We all wish him a safe journey there and back|
|Tulalip||Stubbs, Mrs. Lillian||The Week in Tulalip - Mrs. Lillian Stubbs of Wichita Kansas arrived here Friday to fill the position of assistant teacher.|
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, railroad||Hovig, Ludwig||School District No. 29 - Ludwig Hovig fell and broke a rib while working on the bridge of the Marysville & Northern at Stillaguamish. Dr. Munn attended to the injury and the patient is doing well.|
|birth||White, baby girl||Social and Personal Items - We failed to record last week the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. White|
|crime|| WARNING TO OFFENDING BOYS |
Complaint has been made before in these columns of the actions of certain young boys on Beech street and Front street especially. The offensive actions of these youngsters continue. They accost people passing by, and then run and hide behind some building. The names of the boys are known. This is the last complaint that will be made in the Glove about this matter and we hereby give warning that if their actions in annoying people in any manner, is not stopped at once, the matter will be put in the hands of the marshal with the names of the offenders. There is no reason why such actions should be tolerated for a moment>
|crime||McDonald, Marshal|| MCDONALD HAS CLOSE CALL |
The town marshal had a tussle with some suspicious characters last Friday morning which might have ended most disastrously for him. He had been shadowing a half dozen suspicious looking strangers who had dropped into town and arrested three of them. He was keeping an eye on the others as they moved about town. Along about two o'clock in the morning he again passed them as they were standing by the opera house. He was just about to turn and lay his hand on one of them, when with some remark, the man fired. The shot was evidently aimed at the body, numbing the hand, and burning the coat sleeve. They then walked off, the marshall firing three shots after them, non of which seemed to take serious effect. Several parties heard the shots This was the last seen of the gang.
|death||Beers, Mrs. George D.||Social and Personal Items - Mrs. George D. Beers, a sister of W. H. Roberts, died at her home in Hancock N.Y. December 6, after an illness lasting only one week. She left a husband and seven children. The funeral was one of the largest ever held in Hancock.|
|death||Daniels, R. E.|| R. E. Daniels Dies |
Mr. Reuben E. Daniels died last Saturday, December 16, at his home on the Kellog Marsh road east of Marysville, after a lingering sickness. The deceased was born at Adrian, Michigan, and was at his death48 years old. He lived in this vicinity about five years. Death was due to diabetes. A widow and four chidlren remain to mourn his loss. The funeral was held from the house, Rev. H. G. Ward of the M. E. church officiating.
|death||Quiack||State News in Brief - Quiack, an Indian whose home was on the Satsop river, is dead at the age of 120 years. Old settlers believe that his claim in the age was not far from correct, since he was an old man when they came to the country more than fifty years ago.|
|death||Sayers, Harry||Condensed County News - Harry Sayers, employed at the Haines tannery at Lowell, suicided Tuesday morning by taking carbolic acid. The man was of a despondent disposition, and was recently examined for insanity but released. He leaves a widow and four children.|
|death, mill|| Hoff, Albert |
McKeever, M. W.
|State News in Brief - Two men, Albert Hoff and M. W. McKeever, millwrights in the West Coast mill in Tacoma were so injured last Monday that one died the same afternoon, and the other was not expected to live beyond the night. They were moving a piece of machinery, when the floor gave away. They fell among a lot of debris and scantlings.|
|marriage|| Holly, Arminia |
| MISS HOLLY IS MARRIED |
Last Friday evening at 6 o'clock, occurred the wedding of Miss Arminia Holly of Marysville, and Mr. Edward Pittman of Everett in the Epworth parsonage at Tacoma, Rev, A. B. Chappin officiating. After the ceremonty the young couple were entertained at dinner at the home of Reverend and Mrs. G. W. Frame, leaving later for Portland where they will make their future home.
Mrs. Pittman is well and favorably known in and about Marysville, and has a host of friends here. She was very active in the work of M. E. church at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman carry with them the very best wishes of their many friends. here. They will be at home to their friends at 151 1/2 North Seventeenth street, Portland.
|marriage|| Lamoreaux, Mrs. Anna K. |
Philbrick, James A.
|Mrs. Anna K. Lamoreaux of this city was married last Monday to James A. Philbrick of Seattle. The ceremony took place in Everett, Rev. W. E. Randall of the Baptist church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Philbrick will make their future home in Seattle.|
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, mill||Fischer, H. W.||Social and Personal Items - H. W. Fischer had the big toe of his left foot badly smashed while moving some heavy machinery at the Marysville Shingle company's mill last Saturday. He will be held up for three or four dyas.|
|birth|| Olson, baby boy |
Thompson, baby girl
|Kellog Marsh News - The stork visited two families on the Marsh just before Christmas. There was born to Mrs. Ole Oleson a baby boy, and to Mrs. Ole Thompson a baby girl. All well.|
|marriage|| Gellerson, Elmer |
Ruff, Eva M.
| Elmer Gellerson Married |
Miss Eva M. Ruff of Snohomish and Mr. Elmer Gellison of this place, were married Sunday at one o'clock at the bride's home in Snohomish. After a wedding tour of the Sound they will return to Marysville to make their future home.
|marriage|| Rhode, Carl F. |
| Rhode-Huey Wedding |
Mr. Carl F. Rhode and Miss Pearl Huey, both of Marysville were united in marriage Christmas Day, in Everett, Rev. William E. Randall of the First Baptist church officiating at his home, 3007 Wetmore avenue. The afternoon train conveyed the young people away fro a wedding trip which will include Seattle and other Sound cities following which they will be at home in Marysville.
|school||Geddes, Robert||Social and Personal Items - Robert Geddes, who is attending high school in Tacoma, is spending the holiday vacation with parents.|