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 /  I>  fr t vJt  m  \  ^fy!l^9fSUfVimif>vp*^im*f^>:- + '<&  *^i*^<&tt.yHx^&g!i9m?&--~&>&������i  lie 49.  ���������V >.I"*'I ������I;3t,.><:*VT'MIKR IP, 18G3.  Vail.  Five below^e^^^  . mg&XixaM^  At the MothrrLode on Saturtf^y afternoon the snow camedo** n ������������ thickly that, standing at the stor?, it ,was  difficult to see the ore bip*., - Three  inches fell in less than an ^uHr,;. xx--v.-:  On Sunday night the,, thermometer  fell, registering six d������gr*.f;s..������b^y^^ro;4;:  Monday' night it went down to ���������5.;  Oh Tuesday night the murcury registered six above zero.  The creek abov* the smelter pump  house wus frozen c.v������r on Tuesday  morning, but the ice broke out . before  noon.' " -���������.;���������'   :������������������  :  The Greenwood skating rink^will be  ready in about three weeks. However,  if this kind of weather continues, it  may be ready much sooner.  1 he Greenw������cd Curling Club are get  ting theii- rilik in -tinstela*&'.������ h a pe ' f-: V  this season, and expect to have a large  membership.';  ::-'i    -lyy^xv-'.''      ..���������-  ���������At-y ��������������������������� : the- x.'.^.r. Anaconda  ������  : At the Anacouda smel^r constrwr-  tion work ori t he Co��������������� ver t.<������r fpunnations  j and; buiidiwg������ is progressing'as rapid-  ly && cold weath*r will v permit ,Th*  stone ah d concrete; found alio. '** for the  ! convertermachinery are being -pushed.''  The brick wall fv:r the 'converter,   dust  ;(^puti������u������d oh pi*^a 6. v  IN ��������� HALF 'BARRELLS,   PAILS     ou  SMALLER QUAN'mTXE^.^T-f-^'-^.  P;"BURIM3 & O������  ���������������������������>������������������'������ t- 6  Greer weed B.C  'Phi lie No.   . flaf  TH F   A r ACONDA NE W S  ABOUT TOWN  Mr. E. W, Monk wa������ in    town  Monday.  last  of  hold  the  There is now about eight inches  snow at tlie Mother Lode mine.  The Church of  England   will  their annual bazaar tomorrow j at  Auditorium.  Mrs. F. Keffer returned last ���������-eek  from Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio,  where she lias been on a long visit.  Be sure an.1 get a ropy of our beautiful Annual Aiaacor.dri NVw's. The edition will consist of 150 copies, dura-Hy  bound in magazine Yorm. and ^iriV^  a complete history of the Anaconda  News in addition t������ tlie regular news  matter. Price, to ticket holders a������d  subscribers, 2 cents. . Others. 5 eerats.  Sabscription to MAnaeondA News"  .������& a year, or .05 per ticket, go^d f*r5  w������eks.    By snail $1,00   per year.  Qet a subscription NOW, *������ as to get  our Aianualfor one cent.  W ������ A RE SO LE A GENTS FOR  CARRY IN STOCK A FUOL; LIN^  OF MINERS'SUPPLIES; _<50DWLN  CAMKLES. &c. &������.  TME RUSSELL;LAWr CAULFIELD  CO.. LTD.  THE _ANK   CI    ll\l'i:SH    NCIcTH  AMERH A.  Greets weed, It. C.  &Ul%<  INES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    ������  ANCE.  MONaY TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  Dr.R.liathiEon  Bentist  Webb & Bfayiiard.  PAINTING; AND SIGN 'WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS."  Copper  St.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF., '  .'   tOMMttCI.  Grfe^wcoI) P.C  HA KING & GO.  Dealers in.  CIGARS, feTATIONERY,   CONFECTION* ���������Y.  All the frl'tast f eficdieals. yz^^my  NEWtf  -.���������   ������������������*'.'.   r*  .   ���������; L *.  .,*:���������:-  "'������.. .. ... . * *  ;   '>���������'������������������"< \f    :.'  ',,*���������/ '^^  "'" *���������>-/'  . i ::���������  ������������������;������������������   -.v  VWfj-  ������������������ . "V  7  FHincini  r.vi'*;>"  CO^LTD.  n.iiiwim*  ?-.r.  Mc.CRFAIYS "LRYFUT" SHOES  For  EOYS  What arc they?  A splendid efclf shoe, made of heavy but soft,  pliable leather. The ������������ le is viV<rolized. making it  absolutely AVATER-riCCOF. To sec these shoes is  to buy them���������cjure. \xyx   F"^ :'  ^BtD'^CCE:   Si: CFS-THE >^MELTER-MENTS1���������  SPECIAL,     ":yx:--y--   ������������������ ������������������    -���������������������������  " L JrrHou^jdb- tooT^  you have never triect themv" As a sblicl��������� calf    '^-~  with a sole that wears like iron,  thjeflead^  Bi^B C^nTEF.S FC?l S&ie^S fCB piSTTBCBf  ���������������-:-,.- ' .  ?.   J       11  ���������#ty  ������������������'������������������������������������|-  .V ' ty '  ^   -  ������������������"������������������v..  ."���������CI;/"  I,-  I  -.:: ������+  __  ..���������������������������.- .   . .*...��������������������������� 4v .?.   '.-������&>'$���������> '$':'3t ' 4  ;THF -ANACONDA KEWS'.'  CULTUS  BEHE  A fellow had been ch_**ged with steal  ing nine bottles of beer. The j u d g e  told him he would have to go back and  get the other three.    He couldn't aiake  a case out of nine. .,  Be sure to get a copy of- tlie  fine���������  ���������iwrn  in  ANACONDA  Printed December 16th.  01^ ROE  QANDY, FRUIT, CIGARS.  sic.  COPPER ST.  Green weed, B. C.  NEWS.  16 Pages  Li LETT & fcLA  Barristers.  Greenwood P.. C  THE UNION MEAT Cv.   HAVE   CF-  ENED THEIR SgW'MAEKET.  DRESSED -MEATS,-*'    POULTRY     &  GAME.    FISH <Sr OYSTERS.  rWE.   O. I. Vj  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE,  V i feci St-    Grccrwcrr., T. C<,  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DRINKS.  AT  ANACONDA.  H. McMaimu  Proprietor.  J������  femith & McEa������.  Becks, StaticrerT  Wallpaper, e?  -T1HE  ANACONDA-NEWS  The Helen in Anaconda, has been  bonded to euterprising men who have  gone to work with the determination  of making a mine. - We1 wish them every success.  ���������>" >���������������������������.- !       '���������'        ������������������ ���������      '���������     i ' ��������� ��������� .    .      . ���������  .'.     *. .'��������� : '���������.'.i T~"-  ,    ,  I      '.-.'������������������������������������ ���������     .. !   -'. ���������;. ,  The Trilby is'improving, and shoeing up free silver.  Development work is proceeding on  the Dynamo, Mayflower and Junebu&v  GOOD BYE CORNS  Never see you any more. Gone forever. Tough--toes orcR mure. Step on  them; stand dn 1hem or kick tb< m  without squirming. That's the story  that our lollies Corn'Cure, has to tell.  Only 2*5 cents.  J. L. WHITE.        Dispensing Chemist.  ������������������  P&7S<.--'  IS  ff 8������ 9  Tinning ana pi uniting:.  '������������������', X ,..:v;OPPF.W5"T.    ������������������.'"  Hotel LadyBmith.  The only Wot k i n p'-ir-?������ n's Hotel in town  Ey>"RyT?nNC First Class.   .'.���������:.  V'v- ^;la������I./oiKlfrd-. ���������  JUST RECEIVED-  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT���������  SmitE^.ycEwen,  xowii Lola Keifiirglli-tap.  Houses and Cabins* to Rent.  .THE GIASMT    .  POWDER GoXON,  High & Lew Explosives  Gutta Ferclia Fuse &���������  ,.Caps   ���������;  Electric Blasting   ap������  FACTORIES AT   GIANT   -&  CLtPK^ &    VIC- *1  6  THE   ANACONDA NEWS  ...IRONBRE  The Ideal Tonic.  Qfi m pfc ^t ^ 9&  |i H ������ f������ H H Si- iw  ���������kf  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  FRESH FRUECat tlie  South. End Grocery.  Wftmr  m  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MS  REAL ESTATE.  CEO. II. NAD Eh  MANAGING DIRECTOR.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ������ **  TRY OUR  ^rjrf  -^  ���������  HAMILT. ...  POWDER Co.    |  OF  s*  i  ONTREAL.    |  'NEW THINGS. From page 1.  flue isnearing completion. The brick  work on the transformer building is.  practically finished. Work, on the  ti tack has been retarded by the cold  weather lately, but it is two thirds finished.  All the slag from No. 2 fur-sace is being taken out hot, also one half of that  from No. 1. The locomotive and cars  a re wo r k i i g fir. e.  ty  ty  ty  ty  THigh Explosives,  ���������V Blasting & Stumping Powder, J  %   Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatns.*|  ty '     T  1 FACTORY NANAIM.0 ������. C. %  1        E. W. Monk,  ty  D is trier M an a ge r.  NELSON,  5*4*##*^#*%^^*^ &&&*���������*������������������������������������''*?���������&*#������#���������#*#*"

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