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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, September 11, 1913

Man who preserved order in mountain districts turns in his star to Cudihee

Matt Starwich, for many years deputy sheriff in the mountainous districts of Ravensdale and Black Diamond, whose courageous feats in capturing desperate men have been widely heralded, has turned in his star to Sheriff Ed Cudihee and is once more a private citizen.

He will conduct a saloon at Ravensdale in case the error in the plat of that corporation is corrected and the town stays “wet.”

Every sheriff from Ed Cudihee’s first term down through the administrations of Lou C. Smith and Robert T. Hodge has proclaimed Starwich the best peace officer that King County has ever had in the turbulent mountain towns and hamlets. (more…)

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