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Anaconda News 1904-02-10

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 f  .#**  BHK__SHH_S_BBHBH  ���������M.JH-J'.M"������������������������*���������"������������������!.', 'yj?g���������  I'.lJg'^ilUlW'U'  V������1 4. No 9.  WEBNBSDa8/, FEBRUARY 1C, 1904.  At the B. 0. Copper Go's  ��������� smelter.-  5 c. per M^nth.  ���������   '    r '      ,,   ,,      r , , -  cO.     i he only '.wpuueu   thing &     about  this building- sire th.������ window frames.  The new Spok?rie slag b ������wl������ are last-  tnir very well. The shells are pried out  with crowbars instead of pounding* as  heretofore; This method is a great improvement over the old one.  At the B. C. Copper CoVsuielter con  struction werk is getting along vvf.ll.  The new electric power plant building  is completed:    This bu'.ldins*; i������ of w<vod  with a corrupted   iron     roof.        Thfci X_r������e COM daVS SO far-  foundations for the electric machinery | .    ...  are nearly finished.     Only   three'    re-| ��������� 3 OH Jail 26,  ���������main to be completed.    Half of the -"ins- \  m'ence fly wheel of the converter  blow- |  er is in position;   th������.other  half is   in'  the building in readiness to b$ put in Most of the blowing engine is  set up. Excavations are ' being made  for; two more moters. These will be  sie&r to the; old powerhouse and will  run the.blowers now in use.; The partition between the new and old   power  hottaes is>partly torn down.  The steel converter building is finish  Thr^k cold snaps = are on record for  this winter to date. Each was of one  day's duration. The ������iay before.,, and-  the day after were always cold but  warmer than the intermediate day.  The fir^t of these cole snaps was eaWy  in -the--winter.- The thermometer &'&  not get below zero.  The second was on January 26th. It  was the coldest of the winter with the  mei'cuty at -8.  '���������> *.  &���������,**;*, F������L-I J>:JbPj'.^.Lii::$.'     K:Lz&p F'-iU* | ttUui^v*. UijJ^1 u-  >' '���������:  xi\  ���������Xs\  m  m  X  I  r/*  &  i  3  H  7-;������  'X- ���������s..  THE ANAvWNDA NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  The News did not appear last week.  The passenger train was six hours  late on Monday.  Mr. Turner, formerly of the Mother  Lode, left for Spokane on Monday,  Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Johnson celebrated their wooden wedding on the  first of February.  Last Thursday's carnival, the secone  held here this winter, was a bigger sue  cess tian the first.  Mr. E. Jacobs arrived in town last  Thursday. He will remain here two  weekson  business.  NORTH  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH  AMERICA.  Greenwood. B. C.  Subscription to   "Anaconda   News"  .������0 a year, or .('5 per ticket, gotd for5  weeks.    By mail $1.00   per year.  FRESH FRUIT at the  South End Grocery.  TRY OUR  OS  I  e  Photo Supplies-  Books, Stationery Walloaper, Etc.  3S1MES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT     INSURANCE.  MON^Y TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  Dr. &. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTING AND SiGN W0I3K.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  THE CANADIAN _ANK OF  COMMERCE.  GRKENWOOD B.C.  HALLETT &SMA  Barristers.  Greenwced B. C. /"  #ta3 anaco^tM Mswrf  SEES  miffilifamtmmim-mmnsmkwJ' flrffiifawwa  ...\f  J  A  sudden drop   in ���������vrM6js^s:v4slioiBB!  KING'S VICIKiD EALS. dull calf t<p, Goodyear Welt;,  dium sole, regular price $5. ������0, now offered at. $4.00^ *  20th CENTURY, Box calf Eats, Electric Sole j Exsellent  ue at$3.$0.    ;��������� * -*��������� ���������* *  " ��������� *     ��������� 4  *:���������    ���������, ��������� . '        .  Our Shoe qualities and price* will pl<ea:seycuV: >- :������������������. V  me-  vah-;  I  :���������������������  V\r ���������������"'/&  f;St> kiw-fy  2th to .8;, SnowifalLjSuhday:,i   ���������:.-������������������ H^  Monday    >        Total  Tuesday # 4*  Wednesday  \% ���������?.���������>  Thursday       2>������ "  Friday 1 "  Saturday  i'  Coldest lu Fani.  Warmest 41, *���������*  Total Snow    13in  - ������������������last wk.ia**  Increase      * .3 "  urn., r  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS A^  C  ay ���������������*">: -J.&Mnzr-si-'-z  *J F /NA.i <���������<'-! a news  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ Lk^L^-S- -KliitK-.-,"  Nothing so helps a paper as the imparting of useful information.  "How shall I, keep the. flies out of the  sugrar bowl?" asks axorrespondent.  "Fill the sugar o������wl withsalt," was  the prompt r^ply.  B  O  Tinning and plumbing  COPPER ST.  - a  a  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay   you   to  inspect our stock.  _  1 $H  THE  O. I. C,  NEW ���������& SECOND HAND STORE-  Copper St-    Greenwood, B. C.  Xr  Kent Fox Job Pi'ifutiiig-;    cti^ap flLutc*  Hotel LadyEmith.  The only Workingtnan's Hotel in to^n  Everything First Ci<ass.  OJaLofetad.  PROPRIETOR  T  "T-1���������! Ef     /** ft  1 ME  ia!  POWDER CoXON.  H3gh & Low Explosives  Gutta Perclia Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting    apparatus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, .GA.L.-P & VICTORIA B. C^^^xx^  H. P. Dickinson, Agent.  OPPER STREET.  Tel A. 4 *.  uret*iffjot| B.C. /J  /  THE ANAC-C-^KPA NEWS  5  On the Don Pedro a contraet h������AS  "been let by the manager, H. H. Shalien  herger, to continue the shaft down to  140 feet. It is rich in silver and suffi-  cieat ore nay be taken out of tlie shaft  to pay for the work.  On the Providence the shaft is now  down 260 feet. ! Rich ore is being shipped regularly.  The Greyhound, in Dead wood Cam;;,  has been bonded. Developmen t work  ���������will.proceed in the spring. It promisP  es to make a mine.    . _���������"..;  ^4VB.IVlUNI^OE  QANDY, FRUIT,  ;^c3PPERSt.  ^ireehwKod, B. C.  TENDER: MEATS.  ,:y'yvjk^Mj^S^^.s,T'j^E s.  miM  BEST TABLE IH B. C.  EST IMPORTED DRINKS.  AT '  J.H. M^  Fr.oprietor.'  RONBSE  Del icfo u���������������Pu r e���������Whol c so m v ��������� S a t i sf y -  ;.;ihg^ ;Nqi^-Alcholir.  For sale at the-  ������~*  Greenwood, B.'C,  J   >sv^jusm,.   xxxv:-:h-;.;irr^c^lf|]Rti|&in.Relief. - -  ;Lillie Men.thpl; ^,.Mustard Limiment  stops tlie twinge of$hei'_latism, r* -  lieves Wheals Bruises, Cuts, Sprain*-,  & checks Chest Pains.    Ycu can     iels*  * ��������� .;!L|h..U'yLi.n..iment>rrPrice;26 c. per Boi.  J.'. L*W LITE.        ������������������ c-i\&. i i g Cfaen L*. jx   ������1'<.A< C-.M.A KI'V S  Tlie feest f*m> in tSe world  isiiEPai  cjsnecrsvj  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELJ  CO. LTD.  1B frf |1 fi& ������s %������* iK?-4fclSH  I  $. _������ _S������d^  %  m  ^u *$#' \\v ������*& ������$      ^|   *H& W  _fv  ipfss*.  ._  P.-BUR  Greer wood B.C  & C������  'Phfvne jtfc*. 2.  HA  G&CO.  Dealers ia.  CIGARS, STATIONERY,   CONFECTIONARY.  All the Intent pe#H>di>Rl������5.  FIRE -INSURANCE,     IVHTiZS,  REAL ESTATE,  MRNAGIMO  DIRECTCR  ty  AMILTO N  DWDER Co.  OF  IVIONTREAL.  COLD SNAPS.  Frorn first page.  The third and last to date was on Feb  ruary the 8th. The temperature was  lowest about midnitrhLw.heriI it registered-6. We wi:  other cold snap n  month.  probably  4}  ty  ty  ty  ^High Explosives,  ._��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder.&  '**       tPK < ty  ������  Fuse, Caps & Blasting; Apparatus.  ty  4  ������  < ������  O  ty FACTORY NANA!MO B. C.  ty  ���������.  ty  E. W. Monk,  District Manager.  /  X  NELSON.  <?>$.<$$<$.$ &QO&&&-* <&&-t- <- ty&ty$$Qty


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