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MRS. SLEVIN DEAD.

Succumbs to Consumption After Ten Months Illness.

Mrs. Annie Slevin, aged 35 years, wife of John Slevin of 409 Seventh avenue south, died at the Columbus hospital at 10:20 o'clock last night, the cause of death being tuberculosis of the lungs and bowels. The body is at McAllister's undertaking rooms. The funeral services will probably be held at St. Ann's church at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.

Mrs. Slevin had been ill for about 10 months and had been in the hospital for two weeks.

She was a native of Canada, of French descent, and was 35 years of age. She was a well-educated woman, speaking French, Italian, German, Spanish, Hebrew and English. She came to Great Falls about seven years ago, and was soon afterward married to James Lucchesi, who was killed in a railroad wreck at Trask siding, near Butte, in July, 1900. About two years ago she was married to Mr. Slevin and is survived by him and by a 9-year-old daughter of Mr. Lucchesi by his first wife.

Great Falls (Montana) Tribune, September 23, 1903.