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Anaconda News Nov 4, 1903

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 mW  igjffiM,iiii_������.'iaE���������������������������!  '^���������"47  'HI  l^W^^ y<VK-V������y^;A^^  H  ll  v-pM-:  i-- .-i ���������'���������;   . ���������'   -   *.������   *  'f- 1  U  Going on at Anaconda  smelter.  At   the     Anaconda     smelter     construction work   is'��������� progressing:   rap������d-  ^The iron treble and: fill for   the slag  railway are finish*!, ������*.������... = *���������������*;2"  At the  Mot Her    Lcde  mine.  ThcC. P. R. has put in a     sidetrack  to the cropping on the Primrose  cl?vim  atthe Mother Lode.    A prospect, shaft .:  is now tiein^' sunk, to   prpv^..,.Jhe,,,. or$; *,  Thi'oVe'is raised from, the shaftJ  V. .'���������������������������. ���������  ���������:   i >v" ":.   .'���������: l���������'���������������������������'���������' i  railway are nnisniu*;������������������,..,.>.. ��������� --       .] i^esjr.    Thi ore is raised from ine snail  ^&^*^A^  rest is being ruaneu. .,_.��������������������� ..������������������.��������������� '���������--> v���������-������������������--��������� ..   >..������  to dump ������1������S hoVfro^i tw������ f������rn.ce. ip  a few days.     ?i*e^ag?par*ar.vready  forbusinss*. i ���������..���������*���������  The ������*ck up the hilUa the   railway  ha. beenrebuilt, in  readiness   to   ���������������  dowa oarts of the steel converter builu- (  i*g.   the stonework for the convener |  foundations is rearing contoletion. |  The brick stack is over half done,  aad will probably b������ finished in abo.t  two week.,  if   the  weather    remains  into5 irailwny cars'.  E  ft-  if  .������'   *i  < ��������� '.  ���������--/*���������  t.t  at-  :���������* ��������� *  ;*��������� ���������*  e  i   ...  i :'  ri-  jjr.-'*  f?rcer weed B.C.  ������pfccB������K<;?-.  LuuUttuec. vnpage 6.  1  iM *_' L! ' * ��������� '*.���������*.   *_..  ^ i*������  r       .mWi iii  ABOUT TOWN  The empty hou&es in Anaconda .ay,*  rapidly filling up. It .is expect - d thai  many building operations will ������on;-  snence in the spring.  The boy a of Ann con d^ and (Sr-^n-  wood had a gre������t deal of fun oh Hal-  owe'en night. However, they did no.t.  do any serious mischic f.  School in Anaconda n������..w opens at  9.30 and the children are let nut :i*t 15  o'clock, on account < f the &hort da.j>:S  at this season of the year.  A lot of blasting is������ being <!o*>e at the  Anaconda suulter to provide >toue  for  the converter   foundation;  break up big pieces'of. ore.  also     to  Subscription to "Anaconda News''  .5& a year, or .05 pr ticket, good for 5  weeks.    By mail $1.00   per year.  WBARE SOLE A MENTIS; FOR------  ^^*B@Biietts Uiitta'JL'e-rch.a:fm%  tins fe&st������a&������ in the. world*-an4*  CARRY IN STOCK A FULL   LINE  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, CK>ODWIN  CAMJJLES. &&. &e.  TS������ RUSSELL LAW CAULFIJBLB  CO. LTD.   THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  Greet; wee*?, B.C.  W������,%. M&tbiso_  ^���������-    v? ,���������>:,  X  S? i\  'N*-������*  ;PAI.jNTI:MA AND SIGN ;WOS*F.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE  REPAIRS.  Copper  Si.  Hotel Ladysmitlip  The only Wprkingmairs .Hottd-iti..to.wn  Everything First Ci^ass.  PROPRIETOR   ...  COPPER ST.  '-���������i_afc c a nai) j an r a^vK-OF * ������������������-���������������������������'  ,'vC.lsklJ_CS.  .       ... .;_jG:R|?.^.^:rjpD,P?^..   _  H.:A KING & CO.  Dealers in.  CIGARS, feTATlCNEKY,  CCMFEC-  ' TIONFRY.  A11 t *h e Is tr5. t. k-rr. c CI .ca.Ja.  'it>  <v ij ������������������pr���������-���������������������j"  ty  ty  o  < >  o  <iV  o  o  o  y. ..  THE ^AN&������&NI>A:NE^  111  ���������!, ff> J I.   I     ll������l  - ���������%   ;���������  ���������������  H  CO-, LTD.  Mc.CREADY S "DRY FUT" SHOlfcS  For  BOYS ".  What are th������-y?  A splendid calf shoe, m-ide of heavy but soft;  pliable leather. The s,le>is viscjlized, making: it  absolutely WATER-PifOOF. To-sec-these ������lVocsis  to buy them���������3ure.  BED ROCK   SHOES- THE    SJ^^TER-MEN'S  SPECIAL."    ;-  If you dp not wear the "Bed Racket���������$������::becau;se-  jou hav������ never tried th*m.    As a1 solid^calf    shoe.  with a sole that wear-, like iron, they^t^e the lead.  3  , -��������� v>  .    <V������  .-     <?>  ������/>  ���������'���������'-���������     '   < >  *     *  ���������r    ������  ���������  ��������� ��������� <���������;  .     ���������:������������������      -<-  *-->  ���������7V  <>  *��������� .  ;   ������������������   ,.-.    +.  ..   -    ,,.... ^  <i ���������������������������   -~     .. -ty   ty.  ~ <: ������ir/ "^  ... .���������/���������...������������������ #^  f            *S>  ^  v THE  ANACONDA NEWS  CULTU8 BtEHE  "After all, man is only' dn������t,M remarked Reuben Rail, who owed a two  months* grocery bill.  "Yes, but some men don't resemble  dust "* snapped the storkeeper.  ������������������*vvT y hot.  "Because dust will settle*'.  A vacht can stand < n t.vck i?i silence,  but a man isn't built like a j'acht..  HALLETT & SHAW  -fisrrffttar**  Greenwood B.C.  -;-H:/KIWI ON ROE  Q ANDY, FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Green ������rcod, B. C.  rre.  TRY OUR NEW MEAT MARKET.  THE UNION MEAT Co.   HAVE   OPENED THEIR NEW MARKET.  DRESSED MEATS,     POULTRY     &  GAME.    FISH Sr OYSTERS,  THE O.J. C,  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE.  C ojrper St-   Greenwood, B. C*  BEST TABLE .NB.C,  FINEST ItVIPORTED DRINKS  AT  J. H. McJI annus,  Proprietor,  News .e or Job'Printing.-    Cheap Rates  Smith. & McB&e  Boek.s, ������latic������er-y   W^Hpar/er,; ��������� tM  .Ml-  I  the.(a:^*  ONDA&EWS  .--It-i-������- ������<*������4W^*^^-4&*^^we4j-and is -a  promising oia*im. yx.::  The Dynamo is being developed by s  tunnel by the owners, They are in a-  bou t 50 fee land expee 11 hei r mi ne to  become a Bhippe> of rich *>re by next  sprin.;.  The Trilby   is   looking     well,     anil  promises to make a mine.  " ���������       ��������� .      .   . ���������    i  The Kthopia. in Long ������al?c Cnmp,  has been bonded  by   Arthur   R^ndell [  as  ���������'U'.tr-  GOOD BYE  Wev<pT see- y ������u' a*ay ���������morev-��������� .-Gon;^;:.i#r*XT  er. T6u^h-t<������������������'������nes- {m6re������;;':-^.St������^'T^i*������;  them, stando������them or -kick th������m  without squirming. That^s the story  that ������ur Lillies Corn Cure has t^ tslA.  Only 25 cents.   J. L. WHITE.        Dispensing1 Chetnisjf%  ~ J UST; > R E������C*  Smith & McEwen.  11s own i-'ots Seliiag Ch������ap������  Houses and C&hiina t������ Kaiat.  ���������";-���������������������������"��������������� ������-  =_saa_~  *>  P  9  L8FC ������.    ACCIDENT  HON2tY TO LOAN.  f^������re������Hwood, B. C.  THE GIANT  JoL  AT  IRGAP,"CALT, &  P. Dickinson,  COPPER STRB������T.  A ."7c. ��������� Gre������~wa������*S  \.C.  tawmimwjiKHiimmuM THE - ANACONDA l*EV#$M  ��������� -        ��������� 'iw������S_.  RONBR-WJ  The Ideal Tonic.  For ������ale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  FRESH FRUIT at the  South End Grocery.  TRY OUR  CONSTRUCTION. From page 1,  good.    The brick   fcuilding    for     the  transformer is also about half done.  A railway for haujing stone from the  quarry back of the ore bins to the con-  . .      _^   *^--^ J-*!--.������    Vaxe  tiA/Pffl    It*,   tine       ffif  'Verter'iou Sua iiww ������''''*"���������**���������"���������'���������������*'���������"''*"���������    fcotae time, and ia a greatjronvenience.  The store house has been fitted , with  iWarowsof shelves, for   hoWi^g  pipe  fittings,bolts, etc.    A nice office basal  fcO'-bten put in.  FIRE   INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE.  0E0. K, NABEfr  MANAQING DIRECTOR  HAM I LTO  POWDERCo  OF  MONTREAL.  [High Explosives,  Blasting & Stumping- Powder.  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.  B. W; Monk,  District Manager.  NELSON.  )  tt-*PftW������if-W^qr.--������TOfW������*ft^

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