The Difference Between the S.W., S.W and W. and the I.W.W.
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|death|| Carlson, Mrs. C. ||Sunny-Side Items - Mrs. C. Carlson, who has been sick for the past month, died Sunday night and was buried in Everett.|
|death|| McCann, John ||John McCann, of North Marysville, died Tuesday morning and will be buried Saturday morning from the Catholic Church. The Obituary will be published in next week's paper.|
|fire|| Beaman, Claude || Claude Beaman's House Burns To the Ground |
Last Wednesday afternoon while Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beaman were in town their home, near the Beaman Mill burned to the ground. Everything they had, except the clothes on their backs was lost. They carried no insurance. The loss could not be replaced with $600.00.
Fire Breaks Out At the Big Mill
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident - mill|| Smith, S. T. || S. T. Smith Has Narrow Escape |
While coming home from the fire Tuesday morning, S. T. Smith had the misfortune to fall through a hole in the high platform at the Big Mill, hurting his arm and cutting his face quite badly. It was very dark at that time and he walked right into the hole falling down into an elevator lined with jagged pieces of sheet iron. To look at the place in the day time, one would think it impossible to fall into such a place without being seriously injured.
|born|| Oliver, baby daughter ||Local and Personal - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oliver, of Tacoma, about two weeks ago, a daughter. It is "Grandpa" Munn now.|
|fire|| || Fire Breaks Out At the Big Mill |
Tuesday morning at about four o'clock, the Big Mill was found to be on fire and the alarm was quickly spread by the ringing of the fire bell and blowing of the mill whistles. In a short time a large crowd had gathered and the pump at the Mutual Mill was soon throwing water on the flames. The fact that there was no breeze stirring at the time, and the rapid work of the Mutual men is all that saved the big plant from destruction. The damage was very slight, not being over $200. The fire started under the mill at the end next to the river and it seems a mystery that how it started. The night being so still it is improbable that sparks from the other mills could have set it. It is thought that a Knight of the Brakebeam had been making that spot his headquarters for the night and carelessly left a match burning. The Marysville Manufacturing Co., owners of the mill, have had bad luck of late. Five shingle machines were burned in a car at the Sumner Iron Works in Everett. They were loaded and ready to be shipped the next day. As the mill has been planned expressly for this make of machine, it will probably be some time before they will be able to start.
Gold Medal Offered for Composition
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident - mill|| Harrington, Herb ||Local and Personal - Herb Harrington, filer at Ebey Mill, had the index finger of his left hand cut off last Tuesday afternoon. He was running the double block machine for a few minutes when the accident happened. Herb is certainly having his share of hard luck. Last fall he cut his right hand badly while filing a saw.|
|accident - ship|| Schaefer, C. H. ||Local and Personal - While loading a box of groceries into a boat at the city Wharf last Monday, C. H. Schaefer fell and wrenched his ankle quite badly. A board was broken on the float alongside the wharf, and he stepped right into a hole, not being able to see very well on account of the large box which he carried in front of him. He will be obliged to use crutches for a time.|
|death|| Church, D. D. ||Local and Personal - Mrs. G. O. Hawley received a telegram last Thursday that her mother, Mrs. D. D. Church, of Holton MI, had suffered a stroke of paralysis. She left at once for that place, but her mother had passed away before she arrived there.|
|death - drowning|| Leen, Michael || Insane Patient Drowns in Lake |
The body of Michael Leen, inmate of Fort Stellacoom Insane hospital, was discovered in a small lagoon near the asylum, April 15th. Leen had been missing since Sunday. Only the back protruded above the surface of the water, and the position of the body indicated that Leen had waded out into the lake to a depth of about two feet, squatted down until his head was submerged, and drowned himself.. The man was admitted last month from Snohomish county suffering from insane delusions. His condition was not considered serious and he was allowed the freedom of the grounds. When he was missed Sunday, according to Dr. A. P. Calhoun, Superintendent, it was believed after a search was made that Leen had escaped and started home.
|trip|| Matts, Gold and Leslie ||Local and Personal - After bidding their hosts of friends "Good Bye". Golda and Leslie Matts departed Wednesday on the 9:30 am train for Wisconsin. At Seattle they took passage on the celebrated "Columbian" over the Milwaukee. They go by way of Portage WI, where they stay over night, taking the train next morning for Madison where they change for a half hour's run on the C &N-W to Verona where their uncle John lives. Their uncle is a prosperous farmer and Leslie expects to become an expert tiller of the soil, and when he returns to the Sound again, will be able to analyze the sod and tell the formers in this section "how to grow three blades of grass where one grew before." He took his baseball and mitt with him for he intends to give those "badgers" a few lessons in the art of fine baseball playing. Golda will be there in time to attend the wedding of a near relative, will visit the celebrated Dells of Wisconsin, the capital city of four lakes, and big city of Chicago and other places of interest, and return in the Fall. Mr. Matts went with the children as far as Seattle and hints that when parting time came the "kid" got "cold feet" and wanted to come back with his father to Marysville. All that Mr. Matts has left now is "ol' Tom," that scarred veteran of many hard fought battles. They will endeavor to hold things down at least until Golda returns.|
Marysville Wins in 12th Inning
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident - horse|| Davison, Mrs. R. E. ||Mrs. R. E. Davison was thrown from a buggy and quite badly injured, one day this week.|
|crime|| Field, the Shoeman || Field, The Shoeman, Spotted For an Easy Mark |
Field, The Shoeman, had just received a letter from Madrid, Spain, purporting to be from a banker who absconded from Russia with a lot of money and who is now in prison in Spain charged with murder and desires to turn over nearly one half million in money to Mr. Field and appoint him guardian of his beautiful nineteen-year old daughter. Field says he will not go to Spain as he happens to know that this is an old time game, known as the "Spanish Swindle" for which so many people fall. Let others take warning.
|death|| McFarland, ||Local and Personal - McFarland, a young man of Norman, who has suffered for years with tuberculosis of the throat, passed away last Wednesday at the home of his parents at that place. The funeral was held from the Catholic Church here last Saturday, the services being conducted by Rev. Fr. O'Donnell|
|disease|| Hammil, Mrs. ||Getchell Road - Mrs. Hammil, of Getchell, is sure having her share of trouble with her oldest daughter in the hospital and her sister in Everett not expected to live, her daughter's little child nearly died with the croup Tuesday night, and Earl getting hurt and laid up. She must believe "misfortune never comes singly."|
|law|| || Notice |
All bicycle riders must comply with the town ordinance and have a bell and light on wheels, also not ride faster than five miles an hour on the sidewalks. A little girl narrowly escaped serious injury one day this week on account of reckless riding and it is time to call a halt. The first found violating the law in the future, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Signed, Pat Powers, Marshal.
|move|| Beaman, Lester ||Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beaman and Baby Virginia left Marysville Thursday for Tacoma, where they will be the guests of relatives until Sunday. From Tacoma, they will go east of the mountains to Suphrata, Grant County, and will make their home there in the future. Their many friends here which them success in their new home.|
|move|| Bong, ||Getchell Road - Word has been received that the Bong family arrived all safe and well in Ketchikan AK and have gone to keeping house there.|
|move|| Jensen, Peter ||Getchell Road - Peter Jensen of Vancouver, B. C. was visiting C. A. Ashman for a few days this week. We understand he has sold his ranch here.|
|move|| Potts, Mr. T. D. ||Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Potts left Saturday for Seattle, where Mr. Potts has accepted a position as bridge tender for the G. N. Railway. He has held a similar position here for the past nine years and they are among Marysville's oldest and most respected residents. Prior to his tending the bridge, he was a bridge carpenter for a number of years and they made this their home. The best wishes of their many friends go with them to their new home. Mr. Potts ordered the Globe sent to his address in the city, so that they will know what is going on in Marysville.|