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Anaconda News 1904-05-25

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 ���������A  6  nvnauiUB;_  Vol 4.   No 24.  SW'W?!������S������9l!9*?*T9fW  J..   H.mitfl II IJ^LIMaBW  WXPNEfcl A T. MAY 25, 1964.  ������������������"���������"Jl'tt-SHS  5 c. per  '���������-.<-���������>  Of  11^  The grand celebration nt-M'dway.was  a great success. Five hundred pilars  were given in prizes.  The first event was a boy's poi=y race,  which was pulled off en time and wa*  won by by J. Mayje. Next came the  bicycle raie won by Will Anderson.  After dinner came the,ba������eball with  a score of 11 to 3 in fa v������r of Green wood.  The 600 yd. local horse .race was won  by C. Bube^r; The prospects r*s race,  slated for 11 A.M., came oif next with  Frank Buber 1st. and J. R.White 2nd.  A free for all 600 yd. dash was won by  J. Grinder >rithCnas/RttS*seii2tid. J.  Grinder won the bucking contest. Later in the day a collection was taken up  for a pri2e'for a  second   bucking con  icfcst.    This c������r.n:er.-ff srr-cothlv and   was   ord^riv one  w.om by J. Grinder. An Indian named  i_Jneas won two consecutive heats in  the half mile free for all. Next came  tbe gentleman's race, owners up, which  was won by J. Richter with Frank Buber 2 d. Last of all the horse rac������s  w;*s the consolation race "open only to  losers of other races.*' However, it  Wc\s entered by both winners ai.d losers  and wa& won by a former winner, C.  Buber.  The children's sports came next.; The  boy's race was won by Robert McMi;-  lan with Cliff Russell a close second.  For onee Midway was:not hot$ ; hav=  ing been cooled early in the day by a  heavy hailstorm. The train service  was good, and the immense crowd   an  ���������fe THF. AK.V'f'XhA NE-WS  ABOUT TOWN  Only a little snow is left at Phoenix.  The shade trees planted in Greenwood this spring are growin.; well.  The addition to the residence of Mr.  Jas. Caroa, on the West Side, is under  roof.  White Bros, have blown in their soda  fountain. The product is up to its old  standard of exeelem e.  It is reported that Mi. Chas. Andr n  1 has *>old his fine residence on Tacoma  Av<. to Mr. W. S. McDonald of Anaconda.  An exciting game of baseball played  between MeGill and Greenwood lasr  Sunday resulted in a victory for Greet -  wood.  At II. B. Mian roe'sold stand, now an.  der the management of F. E. Holmes.a  a fine new soda fountain has been    iu-  "   stalled.  t  ty  ty  HANI I LTO N  DER Co.  OF  ������High Explosives, |  _��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder.*&  ty  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.* j Qfeod outbuildings and  District Manager.  NELSON.  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTING AND SIGN WOHK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper   St.  for BMJL m RENT.  Two five room cottages (nearly  new)  in Anaconda.    Bathroom and   pantry.   _ ���������ur������ and     lots     fenced.  $   Good spring water *t door.    To be sold  at a bargain on easy payments.   Apply  ..      tO JOHN LOWRY. Anamnrfa     b    C  JBajnrteters.''  Gre������nw������^ B, C,  i*> Oftcoi our ������.���������������.    ii r*A^i. THE ANArONJJA' NKWS  immm.seed.  We have some local g.own timothv  a&sd.for spring seeding, also agood,as-  sortment of D. M_, Ferry's seed. All is  new stock.  Smith & MeEwen.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  tOMMERCiw.  G R K V N WOOD PC.  P. BURNS &C������  Greer wood B.C  Phone No. 2.  Greek B iglits-RainfalL  May 16th to May' 22nd.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday '���������  Sa turday  Sundav  Highest  Coldest  Warmest  ft.  2  o  2  2  2  2 ���������  %.":���������.  2 ft 7  in*!  a  i  2  4  6  1  Rainfall,  in  iVl ....  1-4  tr.  47  FahrJ  88       "  ������ '  jW  It  If  I ���������- ������ p .  5������ ��������� . p p  JS tr.  Total        1-2  Forw'd 53-4  |To date 6 1-4  a  WmT&Sk&m  Photo Supplies.  gtanks. StationerY   Wallpaper, Rtc.  I$ES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  FE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONIwY TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  i m  For the Pure Stuff.  & a b*cription to   *��������� Anaconda Newa"  .5&  a year, or .05 per ticket, good forS  u-ecks.    By mail $l,00pcr year. 4  Tl-n3: A N A; ON IA /NEWS  CULTUS   HEII_i:  Baggs���������'Ttis said that Dame Fortune knocks once at every man's  door."    ���������*���������''���������'"���������        ... .  Jaggs���������"Well, it was her daughter,  Miss Fortune, who called upon me."  The true meaning of fashion Is that  we adopt others* follies as our owr>.  8RONBREW  Delicious-r-Pure���������Wholesome���������rS&tisfy-  ing- -Non-Alc'holic..  THE EDEALJUffE!  ...��������������� i   .j. ������������������- c; .... ..... j_ . j... .aj._primj  THE Gl  POWDER CoXOM.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting:  paratuB.  FACTORIES  AT   GIAS  clu?peji.>g������R-* CAL.., &  TomAB.xu_w^  EL P. Dic_dLuson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. Greenwood B.C.  ap-  ���������i ",'iij;  E   pmNT DODGERS   &C.  x'ry ouc of t.ur ads.    it Pa vs.  For sale at the- T  lion Bottling Woi*!-������.  Greenwood, B. C.  TENDER MEATS. ~*  FRESH FOSiT^cTySTEFS.  POULTRY^&T^A&iE.  HEAPOU-A RTK RS FOK"'  Books, Stationery; Office supplies   aaid  Wallpaper.  COLES & FRITirL  BB  ,BS&  KB  a  Tinning and plumbing  -wOPP&KST. tv rrt *. is; >.' % >:? A  N ^ WS  INiNG NOTES.  At the fcelena crosscut is being  run  to ta*> the rich lend.  BEST TABLc trt ES. ~  FINEST .NTFCRTED DR-K  AT  On the Gold Bug development   work  is to be resumed short 1 v.  Mark Kay took up a pack horse P?d  of sacks to the Toronto to sack up ore.  It promises to make a rich mine.  Development work is being rushed  on the Mavis by Mr. M. Kane and pard  ������on tin wed on page 6.        __  "~~the"o~i. c,  NEW & SEJCOND  HAND      STORE.  Copper St-  Greenwood, &... C.  if  ANACONDA.  J. E. McMannus,  Proprietor.  Tow it Lots' S������ Ming- (J h������jip,  Houses and Cabins to/Rent,  GARLAND  A. CO.  Br.E.Matliison  Dentist  W_ Al._ SOLE AGENTS FOR  Iiell'Sfili PeittlFlL  The best fuse in thfeVftifld.  LAW CAULFt^LD  amuiiPiuinMuwMaiM THE ANA'-OKI. A NEWS  IP  IPS'  m  m  m  m:  1.V;!'-.--  W; ��������� :���������  mx  i  $:  W:  :x:  IS'  \ * -���������'  '<>;������������������'���������--  ���������w  Mining No to. -    Fage 5,  ners.    It has a r?ch lead of   silver-gold  oro.  .-3���������i  The Bay. on the  Mavis lead,   is     a  pr������. mteirag prospec*.  Development work is progressing on  the Trilby. It promises to make a rich  mine.  Students From MoG ill.  ��������� __m> ��������� ���������������������������������������������������.,.���������������������������������   ii ���������    ...  The McGill University car left here  on Monday afternopn. The students  are to pay a short visit.to Grand Forks ,  and Cascade, then scatter to various  mines of the Boundary and Kootany,  where they will remain for the summer.  Dr. Porter a..d Prof, Wilsor. will return  immcdiatly to Montreal.   A New Railway.  The news from Spokane of the Great  Northern railway building from Curlew to Midway is welcome, as they are  very likely to build frem there up this  way. It will be likely that when thia j  railway builds in Anaconda will be pro-1  v.dcd with w station.  FOR  You cf.n make any day you chop.se  "moving oay" for bed bugs .f you  buy a-bottle of  1ED BUG iANE.  Quick, convenient, & sure death to  tlivse pests.    It's guaranteed,    ,50 c.  j WHITE BROS.        B.$FE&89i._ @H|ft.i$?S.  H  "FIRE   INSURANCE,     A  REAL ESTATE.  .UEO. It. KAUEI.  MANASING  DiRLCTC'R  ������  k


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