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Anaconda News 1903-10-28

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 THE  gffi1 4imJW'AV!'im~-,,\LLJL*L^f!SS^JLJ~.V;\'^^^TW ���������.���������".���������>'���������.gmvu.'T;' ���������JgJS.'S.". ... >:���������..���������������������������?  ^w'^^iij^sajtiK  M*> 44 to 46.  wfj;kj^1''^ ?, octoikr rr, ^^3.  Vol 3.  On C. P. B. at  Boundary Iralls.  Tuesday; October 27���������A   wreck     bc-  f  .telephone     exchange at mine.  At the Mother lode a   telephone   ex-  eured on the C. P. K,, as the reSultof a j change has been; put in, eonecting the  misplaced switch, at Boundary Falls differen t quarries, the engine room, Mr  early this morning.    Of a train   of   13   HjfjJf^n^^ha'Hsp.i'n  car>, two cars wersV0^*^^51*5^ ���������*- e*cn :0$^r.ar<* with th^x^ce^which in  tween was anotherr-jthat did not    laava'J *'centrar\    In ������i\ t!:erea.re  sight tel<-  the rails. It is ajhiystery as to; how^it  could st������ay on the track, With a ��������� a's-ip- ������*ff  in front arid another off behind it. All  the cars were loaded with ore, which  made it harder to rerail th������m. The  cars did not have to be unloaded*  There was a locomotive on each  of the cars, but only vitjfeen.^^ijne^on  Anaconda side, sice could  work on  or ones at different places: This ������ ������y������.-  tcm willsave a lot of walking, atfid'i* a  great improvement.: ��������� '���������' >x:>X  '  end  the  the  Coutinued on page 6.  ESSS������  *"������������������-'  _:  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  Grcei ~ccc\B.C.  Direct frcia ��������� the East-  'erii "Oyster ;_ed&^:at-~  P. BURNS & C������  GreerwoodB.C. 'Phone N������. 2.  News FVr Job Frintir^.    CLcap -**wk  /ZO  it $���������'���������/<���������- Til E ANACONDA NEW#  The News did nqt appear for the last  two weeks, as the editor was in  Spokane. He left on the 13th and r -  turned on the 21st.   ABOUT TOWN  Mrs. G. B. Paul and'fa.ni.Iy returned  from a visit to   Spokane   Monday   the  19th. ��������� ::y,.Xyy"-  Mrs. Chas. Peterson, whr>has b*en  on a visit to Spokane with two of her  children, returned on Saturday t^e seventeenth.  A new flag station has been;built v at  Boundary Falls. Instead Of a; simple  platform there is now a nice waiting  room and benches outside. The whole  platform is under roof.  S-   .   .��������� '     .   ."L1.   1*.       I.J*** *'l"*i"Ta>   ' '     'l-**~  Sabacription to  ** Anaconda   News*-  .SO a year, or .05 per ticket, good for^  weeks.    By mail &l,0ft  per year.  WB A RESOLE  Br. It-Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood*  ~^WBbb^Jfaynardp  PAINTING AND SIGN WOf*&.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper St.  Hotel LadysmitlL  The only Workingman's Hotel in town  Everything First Ci^ass.  <|la Lofttad.  -      pho"������������i������t.or  iFtlLL? -LINE,  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, GOODWIN  CAMDLES. &���������. &������.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. .LTD.  _"    TA^NEWS   AD  Tiianinganci plumbing,  COPPER ST.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  ,- "\J y-* *r-* X'..- y, ;... ��������� \i  Grkkkwoob F.C.  X Vi{  H. A KISMG &  Dealers ir.  CIGARS, feTATTONERY,  TIONFKY.^    -  ,  All the latest periedioals  CO* /2.-/  THE ANACONDA NEWS  ><M������&^^  s:  }'*���������*       ^^t>;.":^  Y-- ...., i .V.'.  x <   J:r'.... . ' . ' . ���������#  >t*i'**-  ���������        **  1; . ���������  ���������. .���������/  j c *  CO.,LTi  Mc.CR������ADY'S "DRir FEET" SHOES For BOYS  What are they?  A splendid calf shoe, made of heavy but soft;  pliable leather. Tha s������>le is-^isealised, making it  absolutely AVATER-P3?OOF.! To sec these shoes is  to buy them���������sure^  BED ROCK   SHOES���������THE    SMEI^ER-I������EWS  -' special.'':i^yy'::;y^y-yy'-  If you do not wear the "Bed Reck" it is because  you have eaever tried them. As a solid calf rph-^e  with a sole that wears like iron, they take the lead.  / HE������_ Qlii_fEBfi3 ran ������&������&������������ &_������. &smm&mv  * '":  '.   1 TEF AIvACQNDA NE!������������:  .^.^Tim HI* HK  Customer (at a restaurant)���������Can I see  the proprietor?  Waiter���������Very sorry, sir^ but he's  just stepped out to lunch.  "I could live oniaclitn^Mil-ertlus!''  exclaimed the enfiftiiia'^  "Weil," drawled the Billvii'..** citizen,  <;ef yer stay in these diggings you'll  have ter.  ��������������������������������������������� ��������� -...A.,.  B IV10NRC  >_���������'  HANDY, FRUIT, CIGARS. ~^  COPPER ST.  Green */ood, B.C.  HALLE.TTJ5.S'!  Barristers.  Greenwo<~������4 P.*C.  . THE   O. ia wj  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE.  Copper St-    Greenwood, B.C.  Newa **r JubPrinUsg.  ..Cheap Rates  TRY 8UR KEW Mi^T tMiKET.  ���������������.-  THE UNION MEAT Co.   HAVE   OPENED THEIR NEW MARKET.  DRESSED MEATS,     POULTRY     &  GAME.    FISH o> OYSTERS.  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTEOD Rl NKS  AT  .'������������������**���������  J.'E. Mc;Maiiniis,  Freprietcr.  Smith & McBa������.  iBocksv-Stationery   ^������ alloape^, -:i;t    ���������'IhACONDANEVS  6  At the Gold Finch a rich  strike   has  been made.  Work is p^ogrer*iwg on the Trilby  and thvy are striking some g'>od ore.  The June Bug, a mile south of Anaconda, has been bonded. It is a promising prospect.  ���������������. ��������� l j".-^i*��������� l ������������������.,  ������������������i  GOOD BYB COBHB  Never see you any more. Gone forever. Tough t������es One* more, St������p o������  them, stand on them or ki<rk them  without squirming. That's the story  that our L'llies Corn Cure has to tell.  Only 25 cents.  J. L. WHITE.       Dispensing Chemist.  Just received  I  QUA1UU   *S&    mUXsmUWUU*  own Lots Selling Cheap.  Houses and Cabins to Rent.  I lltii  lip     III   Lv! ������S!v e  -        . .   " ���������������. "*  INES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONXYTOLOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  THE GIANT  POWDER^^  High &Low B-sploslyesss  Gtrtta Percha ITuse &  Electric Blasting;   ap-  CLIPPER GAF.CAL., &    VIC-4  ''ic.':-x':': ' yrx-iy -  ���������'������  Lev.* For Jcl It nirg.    Cheap Bates  son, JBkg  COPPER STREET,  Tel A. 73. Uret: viwasd 8.. C.  GET?A  NEWS   AD  II THF   KUrOKPAXK^'S  .ifit';-\ .''������������������*  IRONBREW,  The Ideal Tonic.  For &ale at th*^-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  ���������4������tM$  ~������P W ~J* v-' W  HP������vy  FRESH FRUIT at the  louth End Grocery.  0E0. R. NADRK  MAMAQING DltftReTOtl  TRY OUR  ANOTHER WRECK: From lir*t page.  wreck. The locomotive������n the Boundary Falls side went to Midway for th������  section gai g to repair the track.  While they were gone the engine on  the Anaconda side took the cars that  stayed on the track to the nearest sidetrack, left them, and had one car on by  the time the other engine returned.  The wreck was ������ntirely cleared away  in about an hour.  t  ���������  ��������� _���������'���������;  I LTO  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL  -NSURANCE,    fiVSlNES  High Explosives, <>  %x Blasting'& Stumping Powdffr.4>  ������  Fu*e, Caps & Blasting Apph.4ttt*.������  x ty  I FACTORY NANAiMpB. C. 1*  ���������  E. W, Monk,  District Mai agsr.r  *      '. NELSON.      .  ^&&&tytyQty$4&&+;4LtyQ>Qtytyv&������&$t  ' a-  i' >.'  cvcn&rjxMxvT.-*-"*. . ,?m'3rtm?Tr?-'.


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