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Anaconda News 1903-09-30

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 /  N* 42. ^ &L&r>I.^ !^ SEP^  Vols.  SLAG    RAILWAYS  ������a������M������M)MMMhPMM������M  At two smelters*  Arrangements for dumping slag- hot  are rapidly ncaring completion : at  the Boundary Falls and Anaconda  smelters.  At the Boundary Falls smelter the  tracks are completed and ready f*>ruse.  The locomotive was under steam and j  running for the first time on yesterday. ;  It pulled five slag cars easily. The  rystem will probably be put in op-*r;.-  tiou in a few days. Both furnaces are  running full blast.  At the Anaconda smelter the first car  full of molten slag was dumped on Saturday afternoon. After this test it  waa decided to make some small  changes on the cars.    This method   of  verier ar* being-pushed.  ������4 ���������** ������-������������ v* or   m]  tMS_  JK*"-*"   r ill    V^a   p>^������������ &    a rp������  Wlii   UC    pUI   ASA  * p  ^���������*PP������A.a_������a������ P-P  ������ m  *���������*.  .   BOUNDARY FALLS  May have a boom.  ���������������������������  -    ��������� -    ,  Several new buildings are being  built at Boundary Falls. On������ is an  addition to the smelter botel, another a  residence.  Business is lively at both stores, and,  with the smelter running   full  bla������t, it  looks as if Boumtary Falls wa������>&oir.g to.  have a boom.  sac  TKYODK  KIPPERED HERRING   x e? o    ��������� ���������  -���������������   f��������� - ���������     ���������" jr" -���������������--"��������� 1  as soon as possible. The tracks are be  ing extended. A new switch has been  put in and the iron trestle lengthened.  Work is progressing rapidly on the  new brick stuck. The base will soon be  finished.    The excavations for the c$u-  W   _.  SALMON  URNS& C������  Gr^er ���������weed B.C. 'Phase He. I %v>&/> accma rrv s  ABOUT TOWN  Canadian* Thasikf giving will be     on  October 15th.  The second Anaconda cottage built  by Mr. Travis has been sold.  A train .of 34 cars of or^i which is the  longest that has   yetpassed   through  Anaconda, went to Boundary Falls   on  -.Saturday; ';; "���������^':'  On Monday and Tuesday nights the  thermometer ot well below |h������ freezing point. In the morning after the  frost the slag dunip looks 1 ike win.ter. *'  Mr. J. H. McMjannus, the proprietor  of the Hotel Vendome, in A..acondar  has rented Mr. Mac Kay's hoarding  house for an annex to accommodate the  increased business.  SBXBOC  Subscription to ''Anaconda News'7  .S*ay<jar, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  weeks.    By mail $1,00   per year.  WE A RE SOLE AGENTS FO_��������� ,-  the beat fm������ iniUb Worltf^ a������^  CAW^tt]IN STOCK AT :WlL^SLEEVE^  OF MINERSVSlIPPLIESi GOODWIN  CAMDLES. &eV &������.  THE :KU������SELL'^^W������^UL1'IELD  co. ltd;  Dr. E.  atMson,,,  Dentist  Greenwood.^  Wetofc & Mayii  PA INTIN G AND SIGN  J3t(^CLE &   MACHINE  Copper  St.  Hotel La^ysinitli,  The only Workingroan's -HoteTin town,  Everything Fi-rsty������i^s*^.j::  &h4^&dy^y' ���������-'  PROPRIETOR -  ^OPPERSTir  TKE CANADIAN^ANKC^  ��������� ' fc ft? V.Xfic-ltk-r)riTir'S>   ������"*,  HA KINGJfcGO.  X>eaier& in.  CIGARS, teTATIONERY,  COMFEC-  TIONFKY;  '  All the latest perjcdiealfi.  Bnan THE ANACONDA JJSJWS  CO-, LTD.  fc.,V5  WifceStove Clnestionp  THE QtJE_/N HEATERS are the most durable, inexpensive and satisfactory wood stoveson the market.   All sizes.,,   :r^m  tfn^ar&eatfe^ is the most ^  popular, being s������rvicebbleVP������������ament^  iCal.- t-;.-,y]        ;;..���������-.:-... ' ��������� ....  McCLARyiS FAMOUS cook   stoves   and.   ranges: ���������  ���������seed no in trod uc lion.    They are knr������wn? fav^i*ia<bl:y: r  all over the Doniin ion.    Prices ranging^o^^^^X:  $60.    All stoves purchased here are set  upquickly '  and in a satisfactory manner.    A complete stock of  copking utiiisils, stove pipes, &c, always on hand. 4  IKE A-N_������aNDA NEWS  ,-��������� u-cTjx/rUS ' HEHE  "Skould a man's family call him 'Father' or 'Papa.' ?"  "On pay day mine call me 'Papa,  dear.' The rest of the. week I'm 'the  Old Gaezer.' "        . ���������  "Can you ietidmel5 till Saturday?'*  "Sure,;old man!   Take $5 out of   the  $10 you alraady owe me."  Greenwo^wt - ��������� C.  s  Tnt  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE.  Co pper St-   Green weed, B. C.  ^v^FirJob ^rini^nlri"'"CT������ap-Katea  WILSON ^.CO.  MERCHANT   TAILORS.  Clothes Cleaned and Itepaired  Copper St. GimENwooi>, B. C  H. eriVIOfSSROE  QANDV, FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Greenwood, B. C.  ETC.  "���������"-������������������  ENTS  PER MONTH THE Ar ACONDA NTWS  MINING MOTES.  W. G. Gautace  returned     from     the  West Fork-with a fine lot of samples of  ore frotti a number of the   best   claims  in that district.  News F<r Job Printing     Cheap >!at*ft  Mc. Vicar & Co. are pm u ������njgr work on  the Gold Finch and E. P. TJ. gr up and  will make regular- sLipments to the  Boundary Falls smelter.  .' T '  ��������� ������T  ,-#.i  IFYOIJ  Fruit, Capdy, Groceries  SCALI/AT THE-  South End Grocery.  Smith & McRae.  Books, Stationery  Walloaper. Btc.  GET A NEWS   AD  THIS SPACE 20 CENTS A   MONTH.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  GrccEMCcd, B. C.  n  d  MINES, REAL ESTATE. FIRE.  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    S^SUk-  ANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  ' Greenwood, B. C.   ;.  THE GIANT  *.' '���������'&���������  High & Low Explosives  utta Percha Fuse <������:  g:::-a|^  FACTORIES AT   GIANT     &  CLIPPER GAP. CAL.. &    VIC-  u>nB#*i _������. w.  - -   - -" - ��������� -  H. P. Dicl_inson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. tireenwa^B. C.  & v1 ' THE AJNACONPA NEWS  *tS������3E*>-.  RONBREW.  The Ideal Tonic.  1  B  _���������" .*i,i,  tSB^*1   s^ -������sp ���������#  *t*  OB  For *ale at the-  Lion Bottling Works,  Greenwood, B. C.  JUST RECEIVED���������  A FULL LINE OF MENS SHOES at-  Smith & McEwen.  Jffrwli Lots "gelling Ch**p.  Houses and Cabins to Rent.  FOUND  A pair of Ladies Black Mittens. Owner will please apply at the residence of  Mr..F...Keifef, Anaconda. ;..,;_;..:  Mr. F. L. Underwood, Mr. W. H.  Thomas and Mr. F. L. Sommer will  arrive here this afternoon. Mr. J. E.  McAllister will also arrive today.  *������p W  ������  ssw  FIRE  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE.  GEO. K. NADEIt  MANAGING DIRECTOR.  HAMILTO  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL.  ������>  ^H������gh Explosives, Y  ��������� Blastiwg & Stumping Powd������r>  <&  Fuse, Caps & Blasting- Apparatus^  NewsFci Jcl ITiiMirg.    Cheap Rates  v  I FACTORV N������NAIM0 B. C. ������  $ E. W. Monk, Agent.  GOVERNMENT ST.  $Tel. 16&S7. Greer.wood, B.C.;  B_____a__SBi


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