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Anaconda News 1902-05-07

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 ��������� j.  i  *S������  WKr-NFsr/Y,-  MAY   7.1902.    HOLIDAY EXTRA.  $  ������u  CROWDED CARS.  LEAVE GREENWOOD FOR     MID-  ;'      WAY.  Sunday, May 4, 1902���������An excursion  train, carrying the Biseball Club aiu"  the Greenwood Brass   Band,    together  with about 300 citiiseii.������, left Gre-;uwoor  at one o'clock to attend a baseball  game at Midway.  The train made .������tops at Anaconda  and Boundary/Fall*, pirking up additional crowds at each'place.  Midway was beautiful, the valley a  fine green and the hills   yellow     with  sunflowers,.    The day was threatening and once it  rained, but failed to dampen the spirits  of those watching the game.  The Greenwood boys had it all their  own way, and beat Midway badly, scoring 11 to nothing.  Such/visitors as w������^nt to,; the     river  banks enjoyet* fine piciiieing  on ' ���������. the ���������'  Page3. ������ - l  Paints, oils, G a*.������������ ������C*c.  ftlEi,i,<)i: Bi,<k:k, Grkknwood, . B^C.  WHLAJRE SOLE AGENTS F()rH���������  ^ftjlcrinttes (iuUa ftrclia fuse  tlie fcest fuse in the world- ai d  j CARRY IN ciTOCK A. 1ULL   LINE  OF MINERS'SUPPLIES, GOOl WIN  CANDLES. &c. &c.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULF1ELD  CO. LTD.  r ire  y mines/ real es  1 his line 5 cehN a month. -A  *!MBi.l,9)Bll'������L,.'Jl  ml .MMNtff.  iww Htm  ���������mnuiMiinr  W^DNESPAY,   MAY   7. 1902.    BOLi^AY FXTRA  ABOUT TOWN  The p<*st > : flB.ce a t A naconcia ha - been  provided with glass-frotit boxes, neatly numbered in black. The office is a  real credit to the town, and also to the  energy of Mr. L. A. fc>miin, the genial:  postmaster;   yjy&yyx yJ-7  The editor ubtices in his rambles a-  bout town thai an urtiber of baek yards,  and some front ones, are being^ 'cleaned up of tin cans and other rubbish,  greatly to iheirfmprovment. Let the  gec d work go on.  L. C. Shaw of the B. C. Copper Co.'s  smelter left town for his home in Salt  Lake .City.,::'  Mr. Duncan Ross, editor of the Boundary Creek Times has returned from  the coast. . /^.;v-:."-:'  Mr. Law and associates who bought  a half interest in the Providence, evidently believe that "Providence helps  those who help themselves."  ���������  Subscription toJL?Anaconda ^News!^  .50 a year^or .05 per ticket, good tor 5  weeks.   By mail $1*00 per*year.  aLwamuammummsamm  Thisspace for;^ds���������10 ienis a month.  E- Jacobs      .* ���������'". ���������.-'.'/    :.:xr '.���������'"."  Accbun tan t A naconda B. C.  *  ^.FOR JOB PRINTING GO Tf#  THE TIMES.       GREENWOOD  :   HAlilRTT & SHAW.  barristers  Greenwood B^C.  CHOICE TOWN LOTS FOR SALE]  Garland & Co.  D.P.Mc Crea .    -.:....,.:............_  Accountant, Anaconda B.C.... .......;.���������.  ���������...  OFwwn  Greenwood B.C.  THE  BANK OF BRITISH   NORTH  AMERICA.  Greenwood B.C.  ���������  .   o  ...  ^PRINGLE  &    WHITESIDE.  Greenwood B.C.  ........  .... v...A.E. ASHCROFT...   Dominion & Provincial Land Survevor,  Wood Block. Greenwood, B.C. *^"  HE ANACONDA NFWS  3 "WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902.  HOLIDAY EX. "!  GRAND CELEBRATION AT  GREKNWOOD B. ��������� , MAY 24, 1902.  MO M III ifil.  THERE  LLBE  Horse and Bicycle races, Firemens tournament,  Base-ball match, Usual athletic sports, Tug of  war. In Ihe evening there will be a periortn-  ance of the Phoenix Minstrels at the Auditorium.  EVERYBODY   WILL    BE    THERE TO  HELP SWELL THE   CROWD     AND TO  CHEER THE CONTESTANTS   ON TO  VICTORY.  And help to make  the day  a     grand  success.  First excursion of the season.     Continued    from          --        pagel. .-��������� .-���������.      -   beautiful green, while those that went to the hillside picked as many flowers as they could well carry0'- '  After the gmie all returned to the station in time  to catch the half past five train, and arrived in  Greenwood iu time for tea.


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