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USFIFTY YEARS AGO TODiY THEY WERE MARRIED
MB. AND mBs. W. B. GALLICK, Who Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Today. Fifty years ago today in a little church in New Haven, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gallick of this city were married. Mr. Gallick was then 22 years of age and his wife 21. "They are sweethearts yet," said Emanuel, their first born, 48-yea(-old boy yesterday speaking, of the affair, "I never heard an unpleasant word passed between them and I'Oe been with them for 48 years myself. I'm sure they are just as much in love with each other as they were 60 years ago when they were school children together back in Germany." W. I. Gallitck was born in Ger:many, In 1830, his wife, one year leater. Ten years afterward the families of both left their native land for the Unite-l States and settled in New Haven. It Was Long Before the War. On February 29, 1852, they were irar rned and left the same year for the West, never stopping till they reached (call fonia. "My father has been in every mining excitement hi the W,%s%," said one of the boys yesterday. "He went to thu Fraser river when I wRa only 2 mraonths old, and later he established the first trading post In Al3sla." Mr. Gallick, at one time or anoth'r, had large mercantile interests in Call fcrni.. Nevada anu Oregon. He con ducted the largest produce store in Port land, where he engagel in the fur seal ing trade mnd owned 13 schooners on hie 1'a: ;fc Coast. Is an Old Timer in Butte. At present he owns a wholesale li'inr store on East Park stre't. He has been in Butte for the past 18 years. There are six chi!Jren of the marriage, four of whom are alive-two sons, Gus tave and Emanuel, anri twc daughters. The daughters are both married, while the sons have so far remained single. One daughter, Mrs. J. Sternfels of this city, has two children-one assistant librarian at the library and the other - an assayer with the Butte & Boston Min ing company. The other daughter, Mrs. M. Gens berger, has one child, a girl of 14 years. Mr. Gallick, who has been a Mason and Odd Fellow for more than 50 years, is also a member of A. O. U. W. He has always taken an active part In politics, pinning his faith to the re% pubUcan doctrine, never seeking office, but consistently adhering to the prin ciples of his party and according it ma terial assistance by his service and in fluence. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. (lallick are extending them congratula tions on their long and happy term of married life. The happy old couple are about to move into their new house at the corner of Washington and Porphyry, where they intend to celebrate their golden wedding jointly with a house-warming, to which their many friends will be in vited. BURNED TO DEAT SONS O flH[RMANN C[CCNINOIS CRAZY -DANIEL SHNA MEETS HORRIBLE PATE IN NEW MEXICO. SAID TO HAVE LIVED HERE Information Concerning Butte Rela tives Desired-Mystery Surrounding Death-John Shea, His Com panion, Suspected. Information has been received in this city by the police of the burning to death at Jurilla, New Mexico, of Daniel Shea, a former Butte miner who is said to have a family or other relatives In this city: The news came in a letter from G. L. Moffat, a justice of the peace at Jurilla. The letter says that Shea reached Jurilla on Friday, February 14, and was tburned to death in a house where he topped on the night of his arrival. There was a man in his company named John Shea, and the letter intimates that the authorities of Jurilla suspect him of having knowledge of the details of Shea's death, which is surrounded by mystery. Jurilla Police Suspicious. The coroner's jury returned a verdict that Shea was suffdcated by the fire, yet the Jurilla police are still hatching his companion. The reason for watching him is not given, neither is it intimated that he is thought to have caused Shea's death. The justice of the peace who wrote the letter desires to know whether Shea has relatives here or not, and whether the te mains shall be buried at Jurilla or not. He says that the dead man stated that he had lived here and had a family here, at a time when he was working at Orgon, New Mexico, recently. He came from Orgon to Jurilla. The Butte directory names seven Daniel Sheas, but it has not been learned whether the dead man was numbered among the men referred to. The poUce will try to find out what relatives an I friends, if any, the dead man has here, and inform them of the circumstances of the death. A Dangerous Suggestion. (Chicago Record-Herald.) "My grandmother," she said, "was married when she was 15 and my mother when she was 17." "Do you think," he asked, edging a little nearer to the door, "that this sort of thing can be hereditary?" What's the Use. (Boston Transcript.) Uncle George-Come, now, Hannah, do you think you could keep a secret if you tried? Aunt Hannah-Yes, I suppose I could; but what would be the use? yecrets are like money, good for nothing unless t.hey are placed in circulation. The Proper Credentials. (Puck.) Liz-I suppose their folks is rich? Tommy-Rich? Well, de name of one of 'ern is Rosexhbaum an' do odder one to oggleheAmerl. THEY HONOR THE VISIT OF THEIR STATE PRESIDENT. HAVE GOOD TIME GENERALLY Banquet and Addresses in Eagle Hall -Order Is in a Flourishing Condition in the State. Louis Weigel, grand president of the Sons of Her-..nn, came over from Hel ena yesterday and his presence in the city was the signal for a grand banquet and general jolllfication among the mem bers of the order last evening. Mr. Weiget is making his annual tour of the Hermann lodges in the state and in nearly every city and town visited by him he is given a welcome similar to the one he received here. Eagle Hall was the scene of last even ing's festivities. The affair was held under the auspices of Teutonia lodge No. 2. Reviewed Order's Work. Before the banquet a social session of the lodge was held, and while it was in progress the president addressed the gathering of 150 or 200 persons. His re marks related principally to the work of the local lodges. 'He congratulated themn on their increase in membership during the year. After the banquet an open session was held In the lodge room. The president de livered his annual address at the session and in it reviewed the work of tile order in a general way. Montana contains 11 lodges of Sons of Hermann having an aggregate mem bership of 880. The reserve fund amounts to $8,000. In addition to the lodges of men, there are nine sister lodges having a membershi p of 460. The order Is in a flourishing condition. Guessed It Long Ago. (Chicago Trihune.) "Willie," he said to her little brother the day after he had asked her to be his, "do you know that you are going to have me for your big brother?" "Yes," the child answered. "I knew that a lons time ago. Maud bought her wedding dress it i October." Hard to Find Afterward. (Richmond Disputcmm.) Miss V tho ., was it, in your exp .. . .1.ul difficult to find a husband? Mrs. Flasher-Not before marriage, my dear. Prises of Bric-a-Brac. (Cleveland Plain Dealer.) "Mrs. Harkins has set out in earnest to secure a bric-a-brac for her house." "Ini what way?" "She has joined several" progressive pedro clubs," It's little credit to a man to give his friend a cigar just becauas he doesn't like: loaded onese, ITALIAN WHO SAW DEVILS COM MITTED TO INSANE ASYLUM. LIFTED HAT TO COURTHOUSE Examined in Judge McClernan's Court This Morning-Doctors Find Him to Be Suffering With Period ical Mania. Judge Malilernan this morning coin mitted Joseph Ceechino, an Italian, to the state insane asylum, upon a verdict rendered by the examining phy.l,::uns, Drs. :Schwartz and Itenick. The medi cal men found that he sufferC'd fron; periodical insanity. cecchino saw devils several days ago and it took six men to hold himti on a lied. Deputy Sheriff Dobson, who arrelted c'ecchino on Monday, testified that whe he entered the Italian's room a hall dozen men were holding the latter down, The friends of Cecehino got his clotheg on and got him out of the house, '.ha oficer said. Ce'cbhino prayed all the way up to the courthouse. Must Be Populist. They got him up to the jail and, when he got there he lifted his hat to the courthouse. In jail he took off his clothes and prayed and sang. Otherwise, the of ft( er said, the man had behaved well enough. Officer Dobson had been told that cec chino has a brother in an insane asylum in California. Joe Mellano, a friend, testified that he had been called to the house on East Park street, where ('ecehino had his at tack. 'When did you note anything wrong about ('echilno?" lie was asked. "Well, nev' notet au-ting wrong till nth' day," he replied. Then he testified that Cecohino's broth er-in-law told him Cecchino was "off his head" and he went to the house. The witness said that when he arrived at Ceechino's room men were holding the latter, and as soon as eceehino saw him the latter said, "Devil, devil, devil!" Ceochino was told that Mellano was his friend. Saw Many Devils. His evidence was that t'ecchino saw vile and many other things, and said, tthat day he was going to die and, at Satan was coming to get him, The witness testified that Cecchino lost Night of one eye in British Columbia, several years ago through an accidertt, The patient talked nervously and with some show of impatience in his own be, half in the court room today. He laughed unnecessarily and made gestures with hip hands, but seemed sane. He testified that he has three brothers in this coun try, one in St. Louis, one in Denver and one in California, and said he had heard nothing of the last nan$" jor 17 years. He did not- know whether the iatter was,, in a California,. sylum or i"t,. HiS brother-in-law tepfi d that he 1%If0 heard the California brotl 'r ;,Wfy in. 1 l~lyduin, He did not know wby b. ea1)ddi 'elisno STHERE WAS"0 LEASED SURPRISE At the Alteration Sale Values Given at Symous' yesterday, in the Ladies' Suit Department, where there was a magnificent display of Tailor Made Suits At Half Their Real Worth The newest shapes, newest trimmings and new est materials. Worth up to $25.oo. Your choice at $12.50 $4.0o Golf Skirts for $1.95 lhlre 1a.s In raer conllelli tii for iarle. Three hundred gave everyone ith 4 In stit her inste. I xfIor.I griy mlxturem., made with lap seams, wi th eight rutt of Itititliliig artt 1d li th bottom of the skirt, well made 41, l s itched whil t ill. The rsh at alt'ies of this skirt is $4.00. Today's price $1.95 Fine Crepe du Chene Cheviot Serges, 45 In. wide Youi all lied l easy 4'nles lure; Come in bluek, navy, natural blue, you kIuiotw tI i i.re edhu iitnini and galinet; ti' real is $1,00. The iiu 411 y, This value In 7't' but ftr this sale...... 8,11. untl ... ...... gc per Yard 49C per Yard Silks and Dress Goods Canton Flannel Black taffeta slik, 22 tnates wide; extra welaht; thl I:xtra and enton flunnel, unbleched only, with heavy bright rinipy kind; no better mnae to sell fur $1on .n1 foll ention n strung cloth, worth 7'.%c. Sale .... ice..... ......................ymon. . Aller...on S. le Pri.e....................... 65 Cents 4c Per Yard Domestic Bargains Albatross Cloths A good, 1,8.41a, while conon shnltIng. only....... ..... Fine extra quaitlty alhatrons cloths, cmnse In blaek 4 C(ats per Roll and ail colors. hoth light land ,lark; the regular' .'t gool .Iualily of crveam while SHhakir tlannel, lat...... prtie of this iuality is 75c, ilt fl l this sale It will it .3 tienia per Yard 39c per Yard Extra Heavy Twill Shirtings :til im elt' wihle. 1 orns In manuy different styles, with New W1aists Displayed Ii ne un1 stni It fg\ls in iaiik 1ii tight grouns., Among the hundreds ,I new styles rii'lved In wiliist a a k reg t ii gds. ty'is r tle iit .ly ................... and now being displayed, we will nhtike ileniion of one special waiit. 'The crt*'e Ii it ( thit Jiiit itst now Ioc per Yard is the moirv silk. For walsts you can Mitt. themW o iihnlm lt - here It the uiblack en.] tian in whitei. In Ith itw 1lio ool Finish Llama Cloth shape. the very latest, and ithI Ii prict. here, iniietd I'ull t.' inches wide, u irilly hiiiaiiinuome goods: the of being $7.50lt to $1.00, will bI .......................... styles ire pi eelit; nothing newer In wash .'abrles. $5.95 Thy 1 s""e Io h4("e, 14(1 511nn1 11ues land stripes on tiwhile iati ololi htrolnldl; also jPr'atan and AraIesque figures and scall effecti ; the goods have. a line Flannel WaIsts salne 1lalilil with hi l, Mult Wool feeling to the touch t Worth $1.50 and $2.1t0, all thrown tutl one lot at the 11x111 iook; lnil lntirely t 1ewI l ia t thit eauon. jfor e low pprice ........... ... tIhls 8u' the liche Is only... ..................... 75 Cents ioc per Yard A large assortment to choose from: good sial s and $1.25 and $1.oo Kid Gloves 75C hept quality of 1'rencil aliannel; the gra I ist whaiht I;tainite Moititi hitut lr'ireillt kid gloves, in the now offering yet made. Then think of iit prise...... shes n colorings, and In all siies. rallies $1.25 75 Cents a5d $1.00. Symou' Alaclon Hate Prce... . mmeemmmmmmmmm75C a devil. He said he was married but had no children. lie was asked if lie saw any devils now, and he replied, "I see theta thing," pointing at the cowhide which is being used in the McDonald-Moffat grand lar i'lny trial. "What Is that?" he was asked. "Thata buffalo," he replied. From the evidence it was manifest that he was insunse at times and the doc tuis reached that conclusion. PEBSONAL. IU. I1. Kenyon of Salt Lake Is In the city. State Auditor tiudnall is in Hu tt today. W. A. Campbell of Helena Is in [utte today. Pat Bennett of Victor, Col., Is in Butte. A. X. IIicrks of Denver is in the city today. .1. C. .McCarthy of Chestnut Is at the untte. J"'rank Conley is up from DJer Lodge today. . . A. Sprague of Denver is at the butte. Mort Howe is at the Finlen from Tacoma. J. O. Devitt of Toronto, ('icnada, Is at the Butte. '. L. Swick of Anaconda was in the city yesterday. James Feahan of Blaek Hawk, Col., is in Butte today. J. E. Jilackali of Denver is a recent arrival in the city. William 8. Clarkson of Livingston is a guest at the Finlen. H. W. Nusworth of Logan is a re cent arrival in the city. .1. E. Smith is among the recent ar rivals from the capital. C. +t. Lentz of Twin Bridges arrived in the city last night. State Treasurer A. H. Barrett Is over from the capital today. T. A. Godby and wife of Anaconda are staying at the Thornton. Ht. C. Doles and wife of Dillon are Spending a few days in the city. H. IH. Porter of Hamilton came in on last night's train from the West. Sheriff Sherlock of Boulder, accom panied by his wife, was in Butte yes. terday. Joe Toomey of Deer Lodge is in the city, on his way home from his ranch, on the Big Hole. J. P. Thomas, one of Anaconda's prom- I inent citizens, is In the city today, ae companied by his wife. -G . .Norris, one of the largest sheep owners of the Judith basin couintry, is making a short visit in the city. ;ack Mahoney, who was injured In a street car accident about a month ago, is gradually regaining strength, and has gone to Hunter's Hot Springs to re cuperate. A Musical Jangle. ( Brooklyn Eagle.) "Modern warfare is a pecoolar thing, Dinnis," remarked O'Hoolahan. "Sure 01 see the 'English carry pianos a id their ilyin' columns in $outh Africkay." "Yis," responded ORallahan. "Sure, it's a foight between "o mon beb.tmI lfie' l~b1Jllr Di Ii the' mo 'hli I he I iluign~ liii'dý I~ 11 riie NO'lltIr'I"Hl Y FOR ý" to hilýeA'r oN. Department of' the' Iiiolelor, Land Omlee at Helena, Mont., i1'e'lrurry Ill, 1902. Notice In hu'iereiy giveni I hat the foillow. ing-nomadni'J aittlLer has filed nout~ic of thi GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Partnership Diusoluaton Bale by WEINBERG BROS. & EPSTEIN Makers of Ladies' Floe Wear. K. of P. Bldg, 131 S. Main OUR entire stock of Ladies' Fine Wear at a sac rifice-Tailor Made Gowns, Tea Gowns; Silk and Satin Empire Gowns, Waists. Separate Skirts, Silk Chemises, Dressing Sacques,Kimonasshortorlong P.J.BROPHY&co GROCERS AND IMPORTERS, HEADQUARTERS FOR MRS. KIDO'S PIN MONEY PICKLES VARI TII S Sweet Oherkin Melon Mangoes Sweet Bur Oherkin Cucumber Mangoes Sweet flartynia Bur Mangoes Sweet Mixed Pepper Mangoes Iluntley&Palmer's Biscuits Reading, England. PHILLItrE & CANAUD FRENCH SARDINES The Acme of Perfection In Quality and Flavor. P. J. BROPHY & e.. 28 North Main St., Butte, Mont, Intnt iIon In make final proof Ir. support of his cainm, an~d that mall proof will be made before John IR. Eordiny, Unite4 Statem colnnallmloner, at AnarondaMont.. on March 15, 1902, vi1.: Napoleon Teqaiet for hnonenlq'ad entry No. 8320 for the lot I. nwº4 of the ltwl/,, and w% of the iw'/ of Hei tion 4, Township 2 north, Range 12 went. ic names thI' following witnegsse to prove 11 colt inuoul reNide'nf upon and cultivation of maid land, viz.: David '1'oealer, lonui Temtler, Florence ThIb oulau, Fred (langner of Anacenda, Mont. (lORGE 1). GfREEgNat. eiWslter.