MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

February 1914

Volume XXIII Number 01 Friday, February 6, 1914
Official Paper of Marysville

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born Miller, baby girl Getchell Road Items - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Miller a 10 lb. baby girl.
crime Romine, Edmond Forger Sentenced
Edmond Romine, alias Kendrigal Kendall, alias John Young, etc. was sentenced by Judge Bell, of Everett, to a term of imprisonment of from two to twenty years in Monroe or Walla Walla. He chose the latter place. He was found guilty of attempting to pass a forged check at the Marysville State Bank. "The way of the transgressor is hard."
marriage Lynch, Lawrence
- English, Mrs.. Sophia
Pumkin Holler Notes - Married in Everett on Monday, Feb 2nd by Rev. Mr. Randall at his home on Wetmore Ave., Mr. Lawrence Lynch and Mrs. Sophia English. There were accompanied by Mrs. Lynch's son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. English. As they left Everett for home on the 2 o'clock train, they were met by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fowler, who somehow had gotten wind of the affair, and showered with rice and good wishes for a long life.
moved Nelson, Andrew Local and Personal - Mr. Oliver Perry, a retired and prosperous farmer of Winona County IA, has purchased the Andrew Nelson place on Beech street. The deal was made through Mr. F. G. Merrick. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson expect to leave soon for Tacoma, where they will make their future home.
weather Local and Personal - It is reported that there are 18 inches of snow at Oso, and as a result Rucker's Camp was forced to shut down.

Volume XXIII Number 02 Friday, February 13, 1914
Official Paper of Marysville

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crime Donnelly, Mike PLANS TO ROB THE MARYSVILLE BANK
Mike, Donnelly, the escaped convict-murdered, was captured on Hewitt avenue near Maple street by Patrolmen W. D. Fee, Arthur Johnson and Tift about 7:30 last night and is now in the county jail awaiting the arrival of guards to take him to the state penitentiary at Walla Walla to serve a life sentence. Donnelly was captured soon after purchasing two big caliber revolvers from the second hand store of Mrs. Susie Glassberg, 2905 Hewitt avenue. He was overpowered only after a desperate struggle with the officers who took him unawares. It was only by good fortune Donnelly blames it to whiskey that the desperado was taken without bloodshed. At the time Officers Fee and Johnson clinched with him. Donnelly had his hands in his coat pockets grasping a small caliber gun in each hand and made a desperate attempt to use them. One was an automatic and for some reason the outlaw could not get the safety off and was unable to fire it. He stated last night that he was too drunk to work the safety. The capture of the criminal by the policemen last night probably saved lives as well as money today, if Donnelly's story is to be believed, for he confided to Deputy Sheriff Fred Lake and a reporter from the Tribune last night that he had planned on holding up the Marysville bank today. Three companions of Donnelly were arrested shortly after 10 o'clock last night at Delta by Sheriff Donald McRae. Deputy Jud Hull and Patrolmen Fox and Tift, who found them hiding in a box car. They are Austrians and gave their names as Otto Giles, George Whynchemner and John Slainer. These men were with Donnelly when he was arrested but fled during his struggle with the officers. They say they met Donnelly on the way to Everett and he purchased a canvas bag from them. They maintain that they are innocent of any crimes and Donnelly says that he merely hired them to get grub for him. Donnelly entered the second hand store alone and asked to look at some guns. While examing the weapons he kept his back to the door at all times. HE finally found two that suited him pretty well and after twirling them on his fingers and snapping them in true gunman style, asked the price. He was told they would cost him $8 apience. "I'll give you $6 for them, that's all they are worth," said Donelly. "You'll have to pay $8 if you get them," said Mrs.. Glassberg. Finally Donnelly decided to take them and when Mrs.. Glassberg began to take down data required by law when firearms are sold, the desparado demurred until the woman told him this was necessary. All went well then until it came time for him to sign his name when he again protested, but finally signed D. Desmond, saying he had no address but giving his occupation as lumberjack (Everett Tribune)
crime Donnelly, Mike PLANS TO ROB THE MARYSVILLE BANK
Mike Donnelly bright and early Thursday morning left the county jail here and led Sheriff Don McRae and Deputy Sheriffs Fred Luke and Fred Slymale to his "home" one and one half miles northeast of Monroe. There, so cleverly hidden that it might be passed at a distance of a few feet undiscovered, the captured outlaw disclosed his place of abode since about December 20 last, when he established headquarters there, and produced all the goods he had stolen from the Sydman and Moehring stores at Snohomish. No doubt remains that these two jobs, and the robbing of the Brown saloon at Sultan, constitute Donnelly's criminal activity in this county since his return. The sheriff and his men left Everett at 6 o'clock this morning with Donnelly in charge, proceeding to Monroe on the Milwaukee line and walking the remaining distance to the cache. They reached Everett, returning at noon, bring with them all the stores at Donnelly's hangout except his food supplies, which were sufficient to have maintained him, without replenishment for three months. Last night McRae won the confidence of Donnelly. Today the bandit said to a reporter "These officers are the finest set of men I have ever met and I have met a number of them, too. The sheriff is the first officer I have come in contact with who seemed willing to treat me like a humban being." A guard from the penitentiary at Walla Walla is expected to reach Everett Thursday night or Friday to take Donnelly back to the institution. (Everett Tribune)

Volume XXIII Number 03 Friday, February 20, 1914
Official Paper of Marysville

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Volume XXIII Number 04 Friday, February 27, 1914
Official Paper of Marysville

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2/27/1914
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marriage Crain, Raymond
- Clemons, Inez E.
Local and Personal: Mr. Raymond Crain and Miss Inez E. Clemons were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage last week. A few relatives of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony. 2/27/1914
move Cassidy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
- Currie, Frank
Local and Personal: Mr. Frank Currie of Nebraska has purchased the Joseph Cassidy residence on Third and State street. Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy will leave in a short time for Arizona for Mr. Cassidy's health. Their many friends here hope that the change of climate will bring the desired results. 2/27/1914
move Ludwigsen, Henry Local and Personal: Henry Ludwigson sold his home on Third street last week to Mr. Smathers, and he and Mrs. Ludwigsen will leave soon for the I.O.O.F. Home at Walla Walla. Henry is one of the oldest settlers in Marysville, and has been town treasurer for many years, also treasurer of the Odd Fellows Lodge. He and Mrs. Ludwigsen will be missed by their many friends in Marysville. 2/27/1914
of interest - saw mills W. E. Sauntry returned yesterday from a week's visit in Vancouver, B. C., and the Frazier River District. He reports it as very quiet in that section. - much more so than in the Sound Country. He says that the sawyer-and packers in the shingle mills are all Chinamen and Hindu- and that most of the common labor in that section is done by this class of labor. He says that although the wages paid the foreigners would be starvation wages here, he is confident that it costs the manufacturers more to make shingles than right here in Marysville. It takes so many more men to do the same amount of work.


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