Marysville Girls Are Champions
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|crime|| Grammar, Mr. and Mrs. || Burglar Visits Gramma Home |
Last Sunday, while Mr. and Mrs. Grammar of North Beach Street, were out for a short walk, a man entered their house and stole $10.00 which was in the chiffonider. A letter was found on the floor from the man's mother, which he had dropped. The letter was from a town in Canada, and from the contents it was plain that they were a pair of "crooks."
|law|| || Curfew Shall Ring Tonight |
The City Council at the meeting Monday evening instructed the Marshal to right the curfew bell every night at 8:00 pm until April 1st after that the date at 9:00 pm until Oct. 1 The Marshall will enforce the law and any child under 16 years of age found loitering on the streets after the bell rings will be taken home the first time but the second time will be "jugged." If you don't know what this word means, ask the Marshal.
|move|| Smith, Peter andCarl ||Local and Personal - Mr. Peter Smith and his son, Carl, have gone to Index where they have accepted positions.|
|move|| Stuth, Frank ||Local and Personal - Frank Stuth and wife have gone to Midvale ID where they intend to take up a claim.|
|visit|| Oxteby, Geo. ||Local and Personal - Geo. Oxteby, of Alberta Canada was recently in Marysville visiting friends whom he had not seen for twenty years. He also went to Healy's camp and spent a night with his former school-mate, Mr. Geo. Cox.|
The N. P. Railway Has Concluded that the
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|death|| Hagard, Henry || Obituary |
Henry Hagard was born in Germany about seventy-four years ago, and died last week at his form known as the "old Teeple Place" on the Getchell road. He had lived for the past twelve years in the vicinity of Marysville. His death was due to a complication of diseases. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Paul H. Ashby officiating. So far as it known, the deceased is survived only by a brother, living in Germany. A few years ago, another brother was in the United States but no trace of him can be found at present. The burial took place at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker, C. H. Schaefer.
|mental illness|| Leen, Michael || Marysville Man Is Suffering From Strange Hallucination |
Sheriff Donald McRae yesterday received a registered letter from Michael Leen of Marysville, begging protection from an unknown peril. He said it pounded on his doors at night, calling for him to come out; It hovered about his home, near the city limits, and because he could never learn the identity of his besieger he was in nightly terror. The law was his only recourse, after having exerted all his ingenuity to solve the mystery. It had followed him from Washougal WA, two years ago, he said. Seeing an emergency the sheriff responded to the appeal personally and after a short interview with Leen assured him that he had a man in mind who might be the accomplice and after making arrangements on the place for an indefinite absence of the owner, brought Leen to Everett. Michael Leen is now pounding the bars of a cell in the county jail, crying for an attorney to liberate him from confinement, while the deputies are crossing wires in explaining proposed methods of solving the Marysville mystery, and the county sanity board is preparing to hold a short session with Leen the star witness (Everett Tribune)
|motorcycle|| Crain, Raymond ||Local and Personal - Raymond Crain has a new motor-cycle which arrived Tuesday.|
|motorcycle|| Workman, Frank ||Local and Personal - Frank Workman and Archie Plont were visitors in Everett, Tuesday afternoon. While there Mr. Workman purchased a new motor-cycle|
|of interest|| || N. P. Will Pass Through Marysville |
The Northern Pacific railroad realizing Everett's importance as a tonage producer and that because the company had no main line connected with this city, other railroads receiving the major portion of the freight business, is taking definite steps to place Everett on its main line by bring the main line to Everett. This is in accordance with an announcement made some time ago by President Elliott of the Northern Pacific and published in the Herald. By making a cut off from the point near Edgecomb to a point near Marysville, the Northern Pacific is eliminating a heavy grade that has always been unsatisfactory to operation. The cut off and ninety pound steel rails are already distributed along the right of way will avoid that hill and reach Marysville, or a point nearby when the Northern Pacific will utilize the Great Northern bridges in crossing the Snohomish river to its own track that extends along the western bank of stream.
Prosecutor Dons War Paint for Clean-Up
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident|| Quast, Dich ||Getchell Road - Dich Quast had the misfortune to cut his foot quite badly a week ago.|
|accident - horse|| Triber, Earl ||Local and Personal - Earl Triber has returned to work at the City Market after an enforced idleness due to an injury received by a horse falling on him.|
|death|| Dicosolo, Joe || Funeral of Joe Dicosolo |
Joe Dicosolo, an Italian in the employ of the G. N. Railway, died on Thursday after an illness of only four days, of pneumonia. He was born in Italy twenty-one years ago and came out to the Sound this spring from Chicago. He leaves a mother and a sister in Italy. The funeral was held in the Catholic Church, Rev. Father O'Donnell officiating. Interment took place in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Undertaker, C. H. Schaefer. The funeral was attended by 120 of his countryman and fellow workers on the railroad and to show their respect for the deceased, they engaged Wagner's Band from Everett. Funeral marches were played by the band and a number of beautiful floral wreaths were carried by his friends. It was a very impressive funeral procession and something distinctly out of the ordinary in our well regulated little city.
Marysville H. S. 12 Tulalip I. S. 1
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|born|| Post, baby daughter ||Local and Personal - Born Saturday 22 Mar 1913, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Post, a daughter.|
|death|| Murphy, William || Long Struggle For Life Ends |
William Murphy died at his home, 3824 Grand Avenue, Everett, at 6:30 Friday night, after an illness of nearly six months. The first of October Mr. Murphy was stricken with tyhoid. The disease could not be overcome, but he appeared to have a chance of recovery until two weeks ago last Monday, when he suffered a stroke of paralysis. Since then the brave fight which he had made so long has been hopeless. The deceased came to Everett eight years ago from Chehalis to join his brother-in-law, H. W. Stuchell, in the operation of Eclipse mill. They had been associated in business since they came to the state together 24 years ago from California. He was also connected in business with his brother, Edward, in the firm, Murphy Bros. Dept. Store of Marysville. In the time of his residence in Everett, Mr. Murphy made many friends and was widely known among the millmen of this section. He is survived by a wife. There was no children. Mr. Murphy was 58 years of age, a member of the Elks and Masons. The funeral was held at his home, Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Herbert Thomson officiating. The services at the grave were in charge of the Masons, and the interment took place in the Evergreen cemetery.
|death|| unknown ||Local and Personal - Another Italian - we are unable to find out what his name was - died last Monday and was buried Tuesday, the funeral being identical with the funeral of Joe Discosolo on Friday of last week.|