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Anaconda News Jan 13, 1904

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At the B. C. Copper Go's smelter the  stVel converter building is being put  up. The stark f&r the converter is finished. Work is wearing completion on  the fot-relations itr the electric power  plant.  ,The new bridge across Boundary  Creek, which connects the east side  'with w est Anaconda, was completed to  day. It is built of legs, with' a strong  | truss above. It will be of great use, aV  it is the only bridge across the creek in  this part of Anaconda.  1"  ��������� Lota tin uft*������l On pa ^c 6.  lowii. Lots feelutrg LikMp.-  hejtffs ard Cabir.s 10 Kent.  A. CO.  8  3  V2  i  3  I ' }sl< /ISA* CFT'-A NEWS  AtBCX^LTOWN  Last week was one of unusual gayety  here. It was a sucofsiion of dinners,  teas, and evenings of whist.  A hockev match between Phoenix  and Greenwood will beheld tonight at  theGreenwood skating rink.  Six inches of snow fell on Monday  ���������night, making a total of 1G# inches.  The sleighing is the finest we have ...ad  for years.  Mr. <& Mrs. E A. AsVcrof t left town -n  Monday for Nelson, Pcplar Creek, and  Vancouver. They were accompanied  bv Mr. and Mrs. A E. A*hcroft  :���������/ v.  ���������   *---  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  Greer v'ood, B. C.  Subscription to "Anaconda News"  .56 a year, or . 05 per-ticket, go*.d for 5  v eeks.    By mail $1,00  per year.  F|IS^  South End Grocery.  TRY OUR  HALLE.TT ������ bKAW  Barristers.  fBree.nwood B. C.  .. INES. REAL ESTATE, FIRF,  LUX &    ACCIDENT     INSURANCE.  MONKY TO LOAN.  Gfpprwon 1, B. C  L������i:. j������.i-.athison  Dentist  Greenwood.  We^T^&Maynard.  PAINTING AND SIGN WCfr-I*.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAi&ib.  Copper  St.  TKE CANADIAN BAKKOF^^  GRKENWOOD B.C.  H. A KINO &.GOX  iJeaicrs in.  CIGARS, STATIONERY.   CONF^C-  TlONh RY.  All the Intest periodicals. .  -*?*?��������� fi.J M&-NDA KF^S  >25������F% K������_K9<B  'f  Two five room cottages (nearly new)  in Anacondas Bathroom andr pantry.  Good outbuilding*, and lots fenced.  Good spying water at door.������/To be sold  at a bargain ori: easy payments. Apply J - ���������* *  to JOHN LOWRY, Anaconda, B. C. *-"* ~  WALL PAP  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay   yon   to  inspect our stock.  W ORK ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^0^tytytytytyty^Ctyty^tytytyty^tytyty^ty$tytytyty^^ JOB  r 4T  7HF  a^AC^'M'A NEWS  l_*  CUlitUS  HEME  The man who has a thing to sell,  A���������d goes and whispers it down a well,  Is not so likely to collar the dollars  As he who climbs a tree^nd hollers.  Mrs. Snmson-<<Whr.   Willy,   what  makes your shirt *o wet?" -        ���������   _    .^ ^^ Workingman's Hotel in to������������  winy_-"Those are tears.    I *��������� ������*     5 Kv2s.RYTlliNG FIRST Ci^SS.  Tanning and plumbing.  ���������I' COPPER ST.  Hbtel Ladysmith.  i���������* because you wouldn't let me go   i,-  swimni rig."   WeWan ite^rTiTT^Icjl par'-'r ������-  iw*t "Mineral *wpl<" We. f������'������������;  Xt'������ the sort they shear from hydraul  ic rams. ____^. .___ '.���������_-*-'��������������������������� ���������^���������~-j~���������'r-*���������  ^ ^Smith & McBae.  Books, Stationery ^}^^:.yl^..  Kv^kything First Class:  QJfc-Loftit&d.-  PBOPRIETOH  THE Gl  POWDER Go.CON  High & Low Explbcivoa  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting   apparatus.  ..esTat^giant   &  GAP,; CAL, &. ;.yi<--  THE   O. I. C," .  NSW & SECOND HAND STORE.  Copper ~_t--  Greenwo������d, B. C  i  H--P. Diqliinson, Agenw,  ' ,.    CO   PERSTREi/1.  .���������������-.- ������*       *       ��������������� crccuV. J5������i B..C. 'IV ~r^A' < M A JNI/V. s.  5  "MINING. NOTE  On the Dynamo the tunnrl is in n-  bout 100 feet. In another twenty feet  they expect to strike the rich lead.  This will be at a depth of 80 feet on the  ledge.  Work is progicssing on the tun**el at  the June Bust with good hopes of strike  ing the rich had.  On the Providence the. shaft is do we  about 200 feet.  Last week's carnival was a frucces*.^  H. B.fVSUNRQE  QANDY. FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  v   : Green *���������������cod, B. C.  TENDER MEATS.  FRESHEISH^OYSTERS.  POULTRY & GAME.  AT'T.HE'NEW7MARKET^r  C0-  .ETC  BEST TABLETS _. C  Atv.. 1-olju*. - i._ui.g.    Cheap R_tcff  FINEST I  PORTED DRI  AT  K'S'i  is  anaconda.  H. McMannuSp  Proprietor.  IRQMBREW:i  Delicious:���������Pure���������Wkolesom. --S.Vti.<fj  ing- -Nori-Alcholic.  TKE IDEAL AKEMCAN TONIC.- ��������� -  For sale at the-  Lien Bottling'Works.--  Greenwood, B.��������� C.-'  GOOD  COBWS  Vever see you any more.    Gone forev  er.  -   . -  . _ .  -         ��������� !</*-..  *!*������*���������������-.*��������������� ���������./..������  Olt  hem, stand on them  or     kick     iu*>m  without Squirming.    That'**- the    s������o;y  triiit our Liliies Corn Cum ha.s to.ttli.  (July 2o cents.  J. L  -VlilTE.        Dispell: g Lhentist: mi  m  'jit-- a;ka< < r-'T a nev s  JUST RECEIVED  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT-  Smitli & McEwen.  WKARK SOLE AGENTS FOR-  mmm.  The b'tst fn*i* in the world  TIW RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  IRE   INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE.  UEO. B. NA1)KI%  MANAQIMO DIRECTOR  IYP  B2_-  trx  ty  P. BURNS & G������  Greer wood R.O  HAM I LTO  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL.  No railway crossing has as yet been  built to connect with this bridge.  Teamsters are forced to make a long  detour to get across the railway. It  would be a great help to Anaconda if a  railway crossing were built.  Mr. E. A. Pensoa, who built the  bridge, ha.*. ������ic_e * |Ir? job.  ^lligh Explosives,  'Phone No. 2    % Blasting & Stumping Powder.  ty   Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.  ty  ty  ty  o  ty  ty  ty  ty FACTORY NANAISVIO B��������� C.  ���������  a  ty  ty  ty  E. W.Monli,  L istrict Manager.  NELSON.  <&&������$������$$������&������<$ty<$>^ ���������^<*.<?������$&^$$$4  v  v  ty  If


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