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Anaconda News May 4, 1904

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 i  \y  A  mti*Wn0r'&mx**mwmmmmmm**pm*~~*  ���������ELKIML  Hfrpnip^yi  "*~  Vol 4. No 21.  WFTNKKP^ i'. MAY ' 4, 1904.  5..C.'pe*rM������..ff*th  I ha������ already been encountered ia the,   o������  pen cuts and shaft.  Of the Bon P^dro, Helen, &EdBxaiee. .  On the Don Pedro work will   be     re-  sumed as soon as the surface water can '  begot rid of. ' It promises  to make   a  rich silver-gold  mine an#   become     a  shipper in the near future. .    -������������������,..,  TheSeleii.  Will Scon be Tlesi'd  The Helen is improviMg right along.  Development work i* being pu^hec^ and  they are being rewa^dtfil wiih rich sil-  ver-^oldore.  "���������������,  *������,-  At tlie 3rn<ce. ���������  At the .-Bruce much work is being  done. A great deal of open cuts have  been made, and a imall shaft sunk.   ....  A now shaft has been started above  these workings, where they soon expect io strike the ore.    S.ine   lis.������ ���������   ere*  <Xh  The watf-r problem; about which tw*o  public meetings were I veld in ��������� Auaco;.-  da, has not yet fycen settled.  Ab aring of lire city Of Greenwood's  application formal record of water inLind  Cjreek will b������ heard at the court house  on Friday', May 6th.; The real supply of  wcter in Liitd Creek can not be naea- -  urtd accurately until, August. . At that  time of "theyear the^reeiv is dry fnnu  Butte Ave. down.'..-'.  -Arballj will ben held^at the f Mother  Lode On May 11th iri '.t���������e; big ��������� dinitig  room. 3 s is for the be he fit of the rcac-  ing rot*m and will be a great p>ue&e*a.  - P-R I N'T* EOPO^fi-S-" AXF.  W-jX- ������  ���������������"FF AIN:A< < >NI A  NFWS  ABOUT TOWN  President Roosevelt touched the button which opened the Sv.Louis Exposition on Saturday.  The tennis courts are being overhauled and will soon be ready for the opening" game.  . The. trees-that appeared   during*-    the  winter as if they were dying   have   r*���������  ���������#  ���������  ty  ty  HAM1LTO  POWDER Co.  MONTREAL.  ^High Explosives,  ���������$ Blasting & Stumping Powder  ty  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus  ty  | FACTORY NAMAIMO,B. C.  |        E. W. Monk,  ty  ty  ty  District Manager.  NELSON.  ty  E   PRINT DODGERS- AC,  j vived, and look a.& if ih*y    would   p= \\  through.  Mr. Chas J. Andrew is offering     hia  beautiful residence for sale, on account  of his leaving the B.C.   It is one of the-  many fine homes of Anaconda.  A fine b.ie of - trunks, valises etc.  ha* just been received ������*t the O. I. C  Part of the National Hotel building b;������-*  been rented and is being ustd by them  as a store room.  Webb.&'Maynard.  FAINTING AND SIGW WGF:K.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  FOR SALE m REKT.  Two^five room cottages (nearly new)  in Anaconda. Bathroom and pantry.  Good outbuildings and lots fenced.  G������od k| ring water at "door. To be sold  at a bargain on easy payments. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY, Anaconda, BvC.u  ..- i  Tir e ing and plv xnbing  vOPFERST. - -T:pT3 ANACONPA NEWS  3  THE BANK   OF   F&lTiSH ~ NORTH  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B. C.      ..'"���������  '  Dr. R. Mathison  ./.,-.-:.::,v-..-I>entist^  6 r eenwood.  Photo Supplies.  Books. Stationery  Wallpaper, Etc.  My I      ���������  Lull  BURNS 4^GP.;...  Greer wood B.C 'Phone No;-%  Greek B igMs������Eainfe  >J. ���������������������������:-'���������    April 25th to May 1st.  Creek ht.;  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  I'N'ES.- RE A L ESTATE, FI RE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSUiv-  MON&YTO LOAN..  x.; GreercwoOd, B. C.  ft;    in*iRainfall, in  o 2 iM"   '-"���������������������������  " :-  ������-:K3  3  / 3  3  ��������� .1  ���������-'���������:���������%'  I&&1MEIHEROE  .... COPPER ST.  Greenwood, P. C.  THE CANADIAN ilNK OF  COMMERCE.  ,v    GR KENWOOD P.C.  agi_fflfiHi_sBi THE--AKAC'ONDA NEWS  CLLTLS Jd������������iJ&..  <)r  "Bevorra" said Bridget, as she opened a bottle of champagne for the first  time, "the blame fool that filled this  quart bottle must Tiav^e put in two  quarts instid of wan!"  Though we all have our troubles and  sorrows, life must certainly have b^etr  sweet to the girl who slipped and; fell  into the barrel of molasses.  THE GIANT  POWDER CP.,CON,  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse &  Caps  Electric Blasting    apparatus  FACTORIES  AT   G5ANT     &  CUPPER GAP, CAL., &    VIC-  TAI9I A   P     ft  ������������������-=  -���������������������������'    rvn ��������� ���������������������- ��������� ���������' a   Xp* a  3EL Pp Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73.  taree������waod B.C.  Try en col curies.'' it Pays.  m  own Lots S������ftling {jh^ap-  Houses and Cabins to Rent.  Sl CO.  IRONBREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Wholesome��������� Satisf3'-  irg--Non-Alcholic.  tueweli mmitm tos.bc.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  TENDER MEATS.  FRESH FISbT^OYSTEES.  POULTRY&GAME.  AT THEJ^W^ARKET-  '0.  WALL PAPER  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay  you   to  inspect our stock. THE'ANACONDA NEWS  .������*  IN1NG. NOTE  The l������?ad encountered at the Providence on the.300'foot level is rich in ruby silver, and contains* good gold values. Samples fr* m it are a sight to behold.  Mr. Fowler is preparing to resume de  velopihent work on the Defiance. It i������-  likely to make a shipper of the richest-  ore in the camp by fall or   early      win  ter;.  1 : ',"fi:  Subscript ion to /'Anaconda News"  .50 a year, or .05 per ticket, gcod for 5  weeks.    By mail $1.00   per year.  THE   O  NEW & SECOND  HAND      STORE.  %^r  Copper St-  r'^ ,.���������.;  Greenwood, 15.  C.  li-Hlli  BEST TABLE m t\ C  EST IMPORTED  AT  ihbr        *B I  i������  c Martinis,  Iropric'.p**.  DRUG CO.  For the Pure Stuff.  We have some loc 1 grow.n timothy  seed for spring seeding, also a good assortment of F. M Ferry's seed. All ia  new &toc  .  Smith & KeEwen.  \N  r'HINT DODGERS   &C. Trf r' ANAC -ONTM NEWS  f588  three hoors lat* on Tuesday.  rs  u  Mr. H. B. Munroe will shortly leave  for St.Lou its, where he takes charge of  of a section of the Canadian mining  ���������exhibit.  You can make any d;<y you choose  moving day" for bed bu&s   ,f   you  buy a bottle of  BED BU6 BANE.  Quick, convenient, & sure death to  these pests.    It's guaranteed.    .50 c.  >mml&;^  r* _ *  M  fMlh%V������ &8HAW   x  JSarrteiers.  Greeu warpd JB. C.  ������tanifarf8 mine.  ver  mm  Some very beatiful specimens of ss!=  e taken from   the Standard   Co's  in theSlocan haVebeen received  F8R������   INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE.  also, ik-nade*  maha������in������ oimreron.  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR-'  lilt  we rami  The best fuse in ihe world.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFISXO  ~^: CO. LTD.  here lately.  TI.  is apace T5cf-ts prr month,  The ii:cci_irg  pa������Strg'tr   train   was


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