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Anaconda News 1903-07-22

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 /  fi  t  ���������  WVVff  jgiii^rv^Ji^ga^agr^g'iii^t xt^\'"*T*>**-*m^~**''~r~*>���������������^'w^-rr^?���������**-  N<-> 32.  WEDNEBD  s>  ef\ x  JULY   2?. W3.  V.-l 3.  gip mm\m  ! 3.  raven  I Come and nee our new  market on Copper and  Creenwood Ste.  . ��������� o Li rl i >l r^ ol C ^ ^  ��������� ���������a'*'   \*n*    b     Ii   il    1   "*_#      **,*-'.#        ^ssn*^  One furnace has closed    do w n    a t !  Duudary Falls because of   a   sVio.ta:;e   Orreer wood W.<��������� 'Phone No. 2.  Furnace shut down.  Bo  of coke.  At the other stnalters coke is con-Incr  in slowly.    This shortage is likely to be  temporary.  Town I,o(������,S������liii?g:-'Chcia.p.  Houses s.nc! Cabin* to Rent.  GARLAND  & CO,  Shay engine i9D2 is relieving   engine >wtARm sol^ I^������MTsyoa_Z  952  Yesterday was t.io aott-st day of the  season so far.  One car of 1st class ore was shipped  from the Providence last weelv,  JndgeLeamy is in from Grand Forks.  Court will be held in Greenwood. The  judge is much better but is not yet entirely well.  Pope Leo XIII died at 4.04 oclock  Monday afternoon. He was 93 years  old,had been Pope since December ������������77,  and enjoyed the raspect of the world.  flJtff*  the fees-; fuse hi 'the world-������* '  CARRY IN STOCK A  FULL ' LINE  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, GOODWIN  CANDLKS. Ac. &������. -    ���������    ������������������  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  THE O. 1. C.  |EW & SECOND HAND STORJ8.  COPPER ST.  Greenwood B.C. THE ANACONDA NRW������.  SO  j r r ^ w n  A b*auf?-f"l h ������r-e belon ring to Miss  Frances Gibson died in Anaconda on  Saturday.  This is a season of .giiity in Greenwood. It hv a succession of tennis,teas,  cards, picnic*, etc.  The smelter pump was run for the  first time this year on Mond ly owing  to unusual low water in Copp-ir Creek.  The entertainment at the Auditoium  was not the financial success it deserved  to be, owing to a number of other events  on the same evening.  Mr. Samuel Barrell, the braketn������*n on  the high line is in the hospital from a  crushed heel. He was hurt on Sundaj'  morning while switching at the smeller.  Sabscriptioa to ���������'Ana.ooudt News"  .50 a year, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  Weeks.    By mail $1.00   p*r year.  Smith & McKae.  Books, Stationery   Wallpaper, Etc.  HALLETT & SHAW  Uarriotave. .  JU3SPO.   i  1I3D|/|.  t7<  Greenwood B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  Greenwood  B.C.  m  #N; *^<# ^ *||p ^ eg 1  <m%  m  msr  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MI  REAL ESTATE.  GEO. ft. NAD Eft  MANAGING  DIRECTOR  Hotel Ladysmith.  The only Woi kingman's Hotel in town:  Everything Fikst Class.  OJaLofstad.  PROPRIETOR  J  ILSOM & CO.  MERCHANT   'JAILORS.  Clothes Cleaned and Repaired    -  Copper St. GrkknwooD. B. Ct*'-: \   , . .a.e/ashcroft. ..~  Dominioti & Provincial Land Surveyor  Woxwi Block. Greenwood. B.C.  Just Eeceived.  W������ have just rece ived two new forts of ad  type. This will enable us to print Hand  B-lls quicker & neater than before. THE ANACONDA NEWS.  1  ING NOTES.  On the Barbara good ore has been  struck. ?t promLsei 10 make a rich  mine.  Theyha^e struck good ore on the  Mountain Queen.     It  is .showltig   u p  well.  SMITH" # MC.KAE.   STATIONERY  Fredei  li  Work has begun underground on the  Morrison, on the 200 foot level. The  railway siding, which has been completed for some time is at a convenient  place for loading cars.  H. A KING & CO.  Dealers in.  CIGARS, bTATIONER ir,   CONFEC-  TIONFRY.  All the latest periodicals.  iVUNES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  mon;������y to loan.  Greenwood, B. C.  SF  Fruit, Candy, Groceries  Etc.  CAUL, AT THE ���������  South End Grocery.  E. Jacobs  Accountant Anasonda B.C.  THE GIANT  POWDERCoXON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  .Caps  Electric Blasting    apparatus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, GAL., & VICTORIA BvC^^^^  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73.  bireernvDod B. C. THE ANACONDA NRJWS.  RONBREW.  The Ideal Tonic.  THE' BANK utf  BRITISH  AMERICA.  Greenwood B C.  NOiiT*.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  Dr. R. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  CULTUS   HEHK  THIS SPACE-  Reserved for-  ITH&IVIP.EWEN  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &    MACHINE    REPAIRS.  Skate Sharpening, Taxidermist.  ���������  Sentimental Suitor(after being rejected)���������I shall never marry now.  Miss Wyswon���������Silly man! Why not?  Sentimental Suitor( viciously)���������If you  won't have-me, who will?  Some women's idea of being strenuous is to belong to seventeen different  societies for the suppression of things.  Laugh, and the world laughs with you.  Weep, an A t'.ie world laughs at you,'  HAMILTON  POWDER Co.  ONTREAL.  ^Higli Explosives, ���������  ��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder.���������������  & Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.*  FACTORY NANA9MO B. C.  *  i E. W. Monk* Agent.  | GOVERNMENT ST.  tTel. 16 & 57. Greenwood,  B. C  ���������j MUCH DAMAGE DONE.  MA?TY TREES BLOWN DOWN.  SMELTER SMOKE STACK BLOWN OVER.  At about 3 o'clock on Wednesday after ,ioon a big wind otorm cam ������ up from  the south. Thfc wind blew with tremendous v;l������city for about a quarter of  an hour. Afterthia it hailed lor a short  time, ana then began to rain. The rain  was accompanied with much thunder  and lightning.  Trees some* down.  During the wind *torm   many  fell  trees  onto  came down. Thrae or four  houses, some on fences and many a-  cross the creek. One fell over the railway. A short time after, the passenger train came by, and ran directly  through the tree.  The smelter sxap_e sta&, tea.  A little later the smelter smoke stack  went over. The town is now filled1*' rp  ���������with smoke; Telegraph poles were c'so  blown over.  Roads blocked up.  All the go\ernment road-4 in th^  Boundary valley are piled f u'l of trees.  It will b'i son e time before they are  cleared.  runaways and pic te glass.  P. Burn's horses were frightened by  the lightning a id ran home. They did  no damage. Tie "V* est Fork stag; rah  away also.  Three plate g'^^s windows iu Russel-  Law-Caulfield Co's store were blown  out.  PIANO TUNER  Is in town again for a few days at[his reg  ular appointed time, & may be depe nd-  eI.upon to be h-sre by his customers a^ii  a 0.7 W-io may need his services.


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