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Anaconda News 1904-01-27

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 ���������*������������������a?  f  ������     -L ILL���������? J ML . '"Hi " "II    ... J'     J  i I   j .. i.U.i Jl I \lj  Vo!4. ������. 7  W������&KB-Da 5f. JANUARY 27, 19������4.  5 c. v*^r M^nth.  I  Celebrated in town to-  Mr A. Rendell was married   to   Miss  Manahan at  high noon  today.        The'  wedding took place at thePresbyteti������n  Church.    Rev. McK.ee officiated.  Tae bride, wbo was beautiful in the  conventional'--bridal cestume of white  satin lace and orange blossoms, was at  fenced by the ti&y Miss Grierson as by  a dainty fairy.  Both the bride and groom having  lived iti Greenwood for years, were  popular and well known to every one.  Mr. Rendell came to the Boundary a-  long with the first prospectors. A large  and representative audience gathered  to witness the certmony and thereafter  to wish the happy couple a future of  bliss. A wedding breakfast was served later at the residence of Dr. and  M*"s. S^iukiC. j  G old Production.  Cr l^rado, in 1903 produced ?28,46<������,C00  in gold, and California $16,792,100.  Colora-lo retains first place in gold  production, California being second.  Liberal-Conservative.  Both the Liberal and Conservative  Conventions for the Yale-Cariboo districtmet at Kamloops last werk. Mr.  Ross of the "Times'' was nominated by  the Liberals, and Mr. Burrell of Grand  Forks by the Conservatives.  Both are well known Bi.undarv men,  and there will be a" great figfct.  Wanted- a-Crossing.  The use of the new bridge across  Boundary Creek, which has been finished for some lime, would be grea fly  increased if a crossing wire put in ov*t  the railway at a r-><>int to make direct  connection with the new btidge.   Some  Cuutijuueci on 'p������.^<~ ������w.  i  A  n  i  1 our. AKAceasrANEw^  HiaC UT TOWN  S rating and sleighing are fine.  At the B. C. Copper Co's eitfce nearly  the whole force was  on   the   sick     list  ��������� la^twe������'k.    Both  Mr.   Paul   and     Mr.  Merritt ar's again at the desk.  The Green wood curlers are represetit-  ed by Messrs W. G. McMvnn. K. C. B.  Frith, W. Cdok&on, andH.'W. Falconer at the Kooter.ay Bon'spiel, which o-  pens at Revelstoke on Monday.  Mr. & Mrs. English arrived in town  last Wednesday. They were delayed  by the big snowslide near Field. The  great steel bridge being "swept out it  was necessary to transfer on foot.  The bridge bad been fairly wiped off  the earth, nothing being left of it.  esabscrrption to  **Aiiaconda   News*'  .$b a y<ar, or .05 ]������r ticket, go&d for5  weeks.    By mail $1.00  per year.  South End Grocery.  TKIOUR  ' Smitk & Mcli  Books, Stationery -Wal:lpap������ii% ������tc.  &-M.NES. REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT     IN & USANCE.  MON&Y TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B.C.  Dr.. B. Mafcki&on  & If aynard.  NT8 NCi A NO SK*U\mt)I* &.  BICYCLE &  MACHINE   REPAI&o.  Copper St.  '��������� \ :TEECANADIANBANKOE..,,,.,..  ^uMMERCE.  GHKENWOOD P.C.     :������������������"  .1    a  Pk. .  "J..S������"~  Dealers in.  CIGARS,"STATIONERY.   CONFEC-  TTOlM^KY.          All the latent p&*mdieals. ���������������**���������  7BE Ar'A-.CiKrA NFWS  3  _i  WEAR&   8t>LE AGENTS FOR  'il   .-    III!!  ii in  r,  Uimli  K.  The best f^ge in the world,  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  PILri* Fa   **������-  iff* -_���������&  fa  i  U a  .10  Greer wood B.C  :^':C^;::-  ''Pbone-Kp. 2.  re.  Green w 0*-d B. C  18th to 25. SnowfalUSunday :���������'- ^^ in  Monday 1   in.    >      Total     3%  Tuesday.  Wednesday   V/2 "  Warmest 48  Thursday        >������ " -   {Total Snow    10 in  Friday ...."     \   " Last wk. 8 "  Saturday  "News Fo* J L-e Pr.i_tin.ir.    -h'eitp-'.^pvifpY.k  l|P^lp&i������ ^H* ������  -1~  '*# Sff~:   ,��������� ���������    __.  (SpS flRS  to*  *&  ^ _vS\T> SbKEs*** saJ?e  #-**S$  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MINES  REAL ESTATE.  ���������    GEO. E. NAD Eh  '.   MANAQINQ DIRECTOR  ���������t.  ty  ty  ty  ty  HA  LT-OIM   i  ,,.   ...OMTREAL.    I  |;H*gh Explosives, ������  p X'   - :Blasting & Stumlpmg Powder.*^  ty . " ^  ^v Eus������, C aps & Blastii^gxiApparatus.  ������*  ������������ v '. . . V".  4  'Vr.< <'M-A M'VS  a  ������������������   CbT;"l i;rr>-   LL.BL  People generally     haven't     ������nuch  sense  ������>  "What co you mean?"  "Why when I was too sick to eat,  all  jny friends sent n..e lots of   fruit .   and  other  delicacies, but  by  the   time  could en t the'v ail quit."  -  1  Tinning and plumbing  COPPEKST  I  WALL PAPER  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay   you   to  inspect our stock.  Hotel Ladysmittu  The only Workingtnan's Hotel in town  Evkrythimg First Class.  OJaLofstad.  PROPRIETOR  "~"THE "GIANT  POWDER 'Qo.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  Cap  S  THE  O. I. C,  NEW & SECOND HAND STOR&.  Electric Blasting    ap������*  paratus.  factorTes^at^giant   &  CLIPPER -.GAP,-CAL.r-.&    VIC*  T0R2A B. 0^______  H. r. Dickinson, Agent,  iLCPPLR STREET.  Coppci Sl-    Grcei:Trcod, B. C. j   Icl A.',*.  L i*.v_w5*pT.iT.C. ^liF Al^AGG-NDA NEWS  <  V l-v  NOTES.  At the i^ikiiuin ii ere are two experts  at wor* sactinsr uo he nuggets. This  rich ore is being shipped to the Anacon  da sn-elter.  On the Dynamo the tunnel is in a-  bout 95 feet. They expect shortly to  strike the main lead. A rich stringer  has recently been struck. It is likely  to become a regular shipper in the near  future.  =���������_*���������-  '-'���������'���������������' -g*  THE*5^K=^=F=5Siii|    KORTH  AMERICA.  fireenwo' d, B. C  QANDYi FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Green **'< od, B.-C.  .������tc  TENDER MEATS.  F R ESH^FIShXoYSTEK S.  ttt tp.v jf aA ME.  ATTiiE.KbWMAllKET.  BEST TABLE IN B. C  FINEST IMPORTED  AT  ta  ANACONDA.  J. H. Hcllannus.  Proprietor.  IRON BREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Who.lesonu ���������Satisfy������  ing-������������������Now-Alchblic.'���������'  THE SEEM, AMERICAS. T0M1&  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C,  EHeiimausm,  Excellent Pain Belief.  l^lilie"isactiviiuxax.  iVjujic ������*.v* -���������������������������- .*.._������*..  stops the twinge cf Rheumatism,   ^ relieves & heals Bruihcs, Cuts,    Spra.iii-V  & checks Chest Pains.    You can     rel,  on this Liniment���������trice 2b c. per Bot.  J. L WHITE.        Dispcn-ti'.g Chemist.  i** F~ *NA<".GNDANi3WS  O  HAND  OILLS"* E.  VELOPES.  PHCN- NOj  Anaccrda News.  DODGERS I  TICKETS  FOLDERS  aor *������^^4>^������4^4>^^^4*$#^^*^^**>^ >i_oai  CROSSl-yo. From first page.  work h?s been dor.e on;.this crossing  some time ago, and it could be finished  for a'slight cost. A crossing here  would muan a saving of a long detour  which all teamsters  crossing the   new \ A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT  Town Lom aGi.'hig Oh^AjL  Houses and Cabins *o Rent.  GAR LAND  &CC.  JUST RECEIVED  HiMIIlMHUII  bl*id,rri ���������*!>������ now forrcd to make.  Smith. & McEwen.


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