Better Babies" At the Grand
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|crime|| || Steal a Dressed Pig |
Hawley, the butcher, reports a theft of a 140 lb. dressed pig at the slaughter house Tuesday night. This thieving is getting very popular in town and the people are getting tired of it. Someone will receive the surprise of their lives one of these days.
|crime|| || A Daring Holdup |
John Stark was held up by two masked robbers near the Norumtown church at 5:45 last Wed. evening and was robbed of $45. One man held a revolver while the other went through his pockets.
|death|| Hilaire, Norbert ||Local and Personal - On Saturday evening Nov. 29th died with consumption at Priest Point Mr. Norbert Hilaire, the son of the captain of Indian police Charlie Hilaire. Norbert was about thirty five years old a very good, quiet, sober and well educated man. He leaves three small children.|
|disaster - flooding|| ||Local and Personal - Last Saturday the dikes, weakened by the furrowing of musk rats and unable to stand the stress of high river, high tide and high south wind, broke east of Jack Regin's place Through two openings of one road each twice a day the back water is flooding the fields, A crew of fifteen men is during the night low tide building a concrete dike.|
|marriage|| Hayes, Olive S. |
| Hayes - Fredrickson |
Wednesday, Dec. 3d occurred the wedding of Olive S. Hayes and Chas. Fredrickson, both of Getchell Road in Everett at the home of Mr. Fredrickson's sister Mrs. J. McNair, 180 Ranier, Rev. Pierson, of the English Lutheran Church, officiating. The wedding was solemized in the presence of relatives and friends of the contracting parties after which a bountiful repast was partaken of by the guests, covers were laid for 15. The young couple then departed on a short wedding trip to Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia after which they will make their home in this vicinity having rented a part of the Knudson house in which to start housekeeping. The young people were the recipients of a number of valueable presents.
|military|| ||Local and Personal - "Fifteen hundred to 2,000 troops could be mustered by the state of Washington within two weeks," declared Governor Lister last week in answer to a query from the New York Sun which asked similar information from all governors. Governor Lister refused to discuss whether he would favor intervention. "The president of the United States is thoroughly capable of handling that situation." he said.|
|motorcycle|| Watson, Jim ||Sunny Side - Jim Watson has purchased a Motorcycle|
|visit|| Babcock, Anna ||Local and Personal - Mrs. Anna Babcock of Mich. and her daughter, Miss Gertrude, a teacher in the Everett schools, were week-end guests of the George Allen home. Mrs. Babcock and Mr. Allen were school mates. It is their first visit in twenty years.|
The Wolf" Monday, Dec. 15.
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|death|| Sundborg, John || John Sundborg Found Dead|
A third death within the last 48 hours as a result of gas was discovered Wednesday morning by R. H. White, of 1527 Wetmore ave., when John Sundborg, of 1531 Wetmore ave. was found in his bed asphyxiated. John Sundborg was alone in his house when death came. Mrs. Sundborg was in Marysville visiting friends A telephone message was sent to her immediately. A son, their only child, is employed by the Gorham Rubber company in Seattle. Tuesday night R.H. White, who owns a shingle mill on the 14th street wharf, where Sundborg was employed, talked with his employee until a late hour in the Sundborg home, next door to White's house. Because the conversation had been friendly and jocular, also for the reason that no suicidal preparations had been made, Coroner Maulsby believes death to have been accidental. Sunborg dressed in night clothes was lying dead in bed when the police called by White, forced their way into the house. The officers carried a pulmotor, but did not attempt to use it, as Sunborg had been dead for hours. At the head of the bed hung a watch, slippers were on the floor nearby, and lying on the bed was a copy of last night's Herald. The police were nearly overpowered by gas when they entered the home. Under an empty kettle a gas burner was found wide open, its flame, possible having been extinguished last night by the kettle boiling over. The room where Sundborg lay dead in bed was directly off the kitchen. There is every reason to regard Sundborg's death as an accident. Although no windows were lowered to admit fresh air to the apartment, it is known sleeping with closed windows was a habit of Mr. Sundborg's. (Everett Herald) 0 Mr. Sundborg was a former resident of Marysville, and has a large number of friends here who deeply regret his death. The funeral services will be hold Sunday at 10:30 am at Maulsby's Undertaking Parlors in Everett. The time has been arranged in order to give his friends here an opportunity to go over on the morning train and return on the 1:30 train.
|death|| || Card of Thanks |
|married|| Houghton, Clarence V. |
|Local and Personal - Married in Portland OR, Dec. 3rd, Mr. Clarence V. Houghton to Miss Mabelle Cline.|