Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

APRIL 1912

Volume 21 Number 9 Friday, April 5, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Anderson Building Catches Afire
Obituary - Bastedo
University Men Given Rousing Welcome
Nu-Bone Tailored Corsets
Getchell Road
Easter Service at the Baptist Church
Stimson's Crossing
Baseball Notes


Type Names
accident - mill Raddell, Harry
Stimson's Crossing - Harry Raddell had his hand cut badly, the thumb being cut off, Saturday night at the Montgomery mill.
death Bastedo, Almira Amanda Morden
Obituary - Bastedo.
It has been good to the Father in Heaven to remove from our midst by translation, Mrs. Jacob Bastedo, after a long life of usefulness. Mrs. Bastedo was taken suddenly ill about two weeks before her death. She passed away peacefully, going to sleep without a struggle. The funeral took place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Methodist Episcopal church. Her pastor Rev. Ashby conducted the services. His text was John 11.28 "The Master is come and calleth for thee". The following selections which were favorites of the deceased were beautifully rendered by the choir "Asleep in Jesus'. :There is a land of pure delight", "Jesus is mine" and "o come Angel Band". Many beautiful floral pieces were presented by friends. Mr. Ashby paid tribute to the beautiful Christian character of the deceased. Her saintly life has been a benediction to all who knew her. Almira Amanda Morden Bastedo was born in Ontario, Canada 26 Feb 1827. Her death occurred at 5:30 am 31 Mar 1912. Her age was 85 years 1 month and 5 days. She united with the Methodist church when she was 12 years of age and had been continuously connected with that organization for the 73 years since. She was one of 9 children, the following four of whom survive her Mr. P. C. Morden, of Richmond MI, 89 years of age, Mr. Daniel Morder of Merrill MI, Mrs. Cordelia Fick of Ontario Canada and Mrs. Bell Evoy of Saginaw MI. Mr. and Mrs. Bastedo were married 4 May 1853 in Ontario Canada. Mr. Bastedo who is 82 years of age survives her. They are the parents of seven children two of whom are living, Mrs. F. M. Babcock of North Yakima WA, and Mrs. Mary M. Robinson of Marysville WA. They are also the grandparents of ten grandchildren and 6 great grand children.
fire Anderson Building
Anderson Building Catches Afire.
Thursday evening about 7 o'clock fire was discovered on the second floor of the Anderson building, just over the Star Theatre entrance and in a very few minutes a large portion of our population (including the U. of W. boys) were on the scene. the fire department arrived in time to save the building, although the front is quite badly scorched. Mrs. Bates, who had the rooms rented, lost considerable furniture and bedding. About 9:30 a second alarm was turned in. A lounge was found to be a blaze in one of the rooms having been overlooked in the excitement. The boys made quick work of this fire. Mr. Anderson carried no insurance on the building, but says the damage does not amount to a year's insurance on the property. the boys got busy and helped the milliners and Druse of the Star theatre get their goods and the piano out of the building.

Volume 21 Number 10 Friday, April 12, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville


Volume 20 Number 11 Friday, April 19, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Marysville Falls Fir Monarchs
Brothers House Nearly Burns Down
Breaks Leg While At Work In Mill
New Photo Play Theatre On Front Street
Breaks Little Finger While at Work
Midway at the Panama-Pacific Exposition Will Be the Striking and Original of All


Type Names
accident - logging Johnson, Earnest
Getchell Road - Earnest Johnson, of Lake Cassida met with a serious accident Sunday while falling a tree which failed to fall where he intended and in stepping back he fell on his ax and cut his leg severing an artery. He was hustled to Getchell and Dr. Munn of Marysville was summoned. The doctor made a record breaking trip, considered the roads and fixed up the young man who is now doing well.
accident - mill Smith, Joseph
finish this
Breaks Leg While At Work In Mill.
While at work on the carriage at McMaster's
accident - mill Utley, Judd
Breaks Little Finger While At Work
Judd Utley, sawyer at the Ebey Mill, met with a painful accident last Monday. The belt slipped off the saw and struck him on the hand, breaking his little finger. He expects to be able to resume work again in a short time.
born Dobson, baby boy
Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dobson of Seventh Street are the proud parents of a baby boy, born on the 13th of April
death Bates, Clara Birch
Obituary - Bates
Mrs. Clara Birch Bates was born in the state of Ohio on 16 Mar 1848 and died 15 Apr 1912, aged 64 years and 30 days. She married Mr. Wm. H. Bates on the 6th of February 1866. In March 1867 they moved to Isabella Co. MI and in 1863 moved to South Dakota. They come to Sultan WA in 1888 and in 1904 moved to Marysville. Mr. Bates death occurred just 5 months and 30 days before that of Mrs. Bates. Mrs. Bates has some years been a constant sufferer from paralysis. Undertaker Schaefer accompanied the remains to Orting on Thursday, where they were laid to rest by the side of those of her husband.
death Bland, Mathew
Sarah Bland is named administrator of the estate of Mathew Bland.
divorce Barber, Earle W.
Barber, Marion
Summons. divorce. Earle Barber plaintiff
fire Brothers house
Brothers House Nearly Burns Down
Last Wednesday the T. A. Brothers house near the corner of Third and Delta was nearly destroyed by fire. Jake Rockwinkel discovered the fire as he was going home about 10:00 pm. He roused the Ingersall family who were asleep in the house, and then sprinted for the town hall and gave the in the alarm. The fire had gained headway before the hose could be turned on and the roof and the park part of the house are wrecked. The Ingersall's saved most of their goods but lost considerable clothing.

Volume 21 Number 12 Friday, April 26, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Marysville Trims the Moose Again
Brown & Hulen's Bunch Next Sunday
Paddy Welsh to Pitch for Marysville
Library Notes
Teachers Re-Elected
Marysville Dogs Win at Seattle Dog Show
Everett Juniors Defeat the M.H.S.
Notes of the Game
Hicks at College Draws Large Crowd
Star Theatre Notes
Grand Theatre
Bank Statement


Type Names
accident - railroad Martin, C. E.
Stimson's Crossing - C. E. Martin lost one of his horses last Thursday. The South bound flyer in the afternoon killed it.
born Marden, baby girl
Local and Personal - Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Marden, Sunday April 21, a fine baby girl. William wears an expansive smile as a result.
death Adams, Geo.
Stimson's Crossing - Geo. Adams received word Wednesday of the death of his father.
Marysville Dogs Win at Settle Dog Show
Marysville dogs cleaned up all the English Setter classes at the Seattle and Everett dog shows held recently. Among the dogs from here were Mrs. Donald McRae's and Geo. Sidney's. Mr. Sidney's grand little setter Nance O'Niel was second in limit at Seattle and Everett, beating many noted dogs. Mrs. McRae was first in puppy dogs, second in puppy Bitches, and second in open Bitches at Seattle. At Everett her dogs were first in every class she showed in and Quil Ceda Queen was picked out as the best Setter in the show.

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