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Anaconda News 1901-07-09

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 fc^y,'  ff  >  'i^fc5  ^  NW4(MnHto������'-,j <>ifti  Ki^ftwriff^  T1IKSDAY.'   JULY 9,   1901.  - AND OVERHKATIMJ. ,  It was in tlie upper part -oi  the furnace   biiildiug, at tlie  smelter.  WAS EXTINGUISHED WITH.DIFF-  lcUL/1*.  V (: ������'VEKi:i) BY INSURANCE. -  vermin remand ������>n ihe outside..        All  f   Anaconr.a and   a   l.irge   portion   of  in*enw������x d v ere ������ nx'oii' speotator-.  '"be calme.* t men wet e those at work at  e furnace, \������ ho shove'ed in oro as  if  .o'jHincr happened.    The fire was soon  put,  ut, no iireatnam  ge i aving be.n  ne.      Insurance will make repair.-,  ater w.������s tnrned off from the  g. aru  latinvc -rougf    only, for use   in  puting  wnt the fire.  ABOUT   TOWN  "At a bout .eight o'clock  on   Saturday  evens   g" fries of fire! fiire!  were   heard  thronghp.ut town, followed a little   1; t-  er by an>lMi\m from the Green wood fin ������������������  det^artment and Ihe eletric Jig^tLwlus,  tie.    A general stampede.to-'the; smel?-  er f������-11 owed, where it  was  f< uitd   that  the upper part of the furiijue  building  was on fire.    Men. wen-   soon   at  wpek  tearing down ther > f fr������ m the outsMe.  while  others .ti*e������i   the )������os������*   vi^er usly  on the under side of the-roof,    iuukets  A hOKSE MIRED.  A horse, belonging to a Chinaman  s mired haii\%ay between the smelter barn and the railway. The ground  here has become very dangerous. The  Chinaman not knowing the danger  & o ve t n to it. One of tl- em sooti_plunged  but of sight except his heav-v -Kor two  hours a crowd of men worked to save  him. Finally a man passing, with a  si r on & tearn of horses ca me to t h cir ^aid.  and succeeded in pulling him out.  Mr. Geo D. Brice of Portland  is   in  camp.  Subscribers will notice that the News  has its new outfit installed.  -:(  ^\


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