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Anaconda News 1904-05-11

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 Vol 4. No 22,  WSDN^SI)a ?, MAY 11,1904.  L.-V...S". J.'i j,ih'.!.���������. ii inn;. ���������..  5 c..per-.-Mi������nth  Being Pushed on Con-  "vj/ork;is;rapidly progressing on the  converter at the B.C. Copper Co's  smelter. The bif crane has been lifted  into place. This crane runs on a track  the length of the converter building,  aadiias a smaller crane running' across  it. All the converter parts are now its.  Two tracks nave been built across the  converter building. ���������> These run directly  under the converters :and carry cars  with, molds which will receive the molten copper, and cast it in to in got^������ ready  for shipment.;  Oh the slag rail way a new : track is  being.built. - It ^ to connect one end  of The^lbbp of tfrack :^b^wi^^-tlie;7^:  furnaces with the other, a^d will serve  as a short, cut, also as away. of. getting  past during trie operation of track shift  Continued oii page 6.  cuth    Dfrad woo d  Mr H. Shallenberger ha* sold the  Morten, ir. South Dead wood Camp, to  Miiineapolis; capitalifet* who will go on  with development work, this;*.. summer:   ��������� ..'  Mr. W. Ly Hpg^- of Moi:treal;i? going  to develop the ��������� AriiiijjrtoiiTBurrJs��������� group  of ^airiis,^ so-thin^ iu  this^amp. :V'--'-';'-- ��������� ���������' ;*'   ������������������  a  r  1  erppty ears wer^ ta-keti; t<i> the B.  C. Copper Co 'sclay^banki below Bonn -  clary-* Fatla Saturday ��������� 'evening and  brought back loaded Morjday#norn jn g.  Tht$ clay was removed to mak<$ room  for the newvsiding^, which' will soon be  put in. A tot of: stripjT ^ thas been  do&e.  r%  -&.  '.-wjii  I  I 2  THE ANA* OKI A NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  in  Mr. Van   Buskirk,  well   known  town, is very ill Montreal.  T,here is about six inches of snow  on  the ground in-Long Lake Camp,  Mr. McAllister made a trip to Nelson  ifrtp.   ������'  at present a mass of   red,    while,   aud  blue flowers.  The demand for houses in Anaconda  will soon exceed the supply, s������ that  building operations must soon be started.  During the last tv o week social   life  on Saturday;' He-returned on Monday's : haj( bflen at high pr ssure in Greenwood  train. ^  ���������s   -.    '..>''     ���������''���������������������������'  ������    A bed of hyacinths in  Anaconda   are  w i t h c a rd  y> a r 11 es������  e ve r y  e ve n ing   and  teas every afternoon.  HAWS I'LTO N  POWDER Co.  OF  ONTREAL.  ^High Explosives,  ��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder,  ty Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.  FACTORY NANAIIU.0 B. C.  $  ���������JA .���������->������������������  E. W, Monk.  District Manager.  NELSON.  ty  ���������  ty  Webb & ICaynard.  PAINTING AND.SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  FOR SALE QRHEHT.  Two fiye room cottages (nearly new)  in Anaconda. Bathroom and. pantry.  Geod outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good spring water at door. To be sold  at a bargaira on easy payments. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY, Anaconda, B. C.  Tinning and plumbing  COPPEKST.  WE PR8NT POPGERS'ifcC.f"~7.jy^zzr^yy^yivtIyI ���������&  V ���������������������,  61  LS^l^Viir.Ti  T&#>ANAt������tf^A  ���������lA'M..;  i*   ������������������"*    * -������������������������'���������������������������������.' ���������     ������������������   ���������*  3'  'TIMOTHY SEEft  We have some local g. own timothy  seed for spring seeding, alsoa^OOd as-  aortmenti:of D. M; Ferry's seed. All is  new stock.  Smith 4V HcEwen.  fttll  *k<  ���������Vi-  AT  Photo Supplies,  Books, Stationery  WaMoape^ :Bfte.  ���������pi    pj���������wp_ii  Greer wood &;C  s & c������  'Ph'.ne Nc. 2.  Creek Eights-Eaiiifall;  May 2nd to May 8th.  Creek Ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday ;v  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  ft.   irt'gRalnfalll. in  3    ,  0 1m        ...>:������������������>  '*> ���������"' ������������������" o bt  2       6 |W  2     5 It 1-2  2       V-"-  1-2  Coldest  Warmest  x  MINES, REAL ESTATE, RRF,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSUF;-  ANCE.  MONiY TO LOAN.   .. -  .'  Greenwood, P. C.  H. B. IV!U!^ROE  Q ANDY, FRUIT, CSGARS.  COPPER ST.     \  '��������� '  Greenwood, T. C.  ate 5 1-2 -.*���������.:���������  frfiw&&^l*&������& news  ^CLLTUS  th  Fair Maiden (from tow n)���������"How sav-  agely.' that cow looks at m>e$V\x*& .'-. ������������������������������������,.  ��������� .^F^ftirierJHBys^fid^^  as.oI^���������JU���������i.^'^'v'^.'r,- ������������������������������������'��������� --   'Fa:r Maided *'Dear me!    I k������ew  it  was a little bitolitjiof fashionv out I  did'nt suppose a country cow w!#hId notice .i'L>,; ".''������������������!> ��������� *:-'A^L\  THE GAJ^D^^������BAN3������ OF3..   -  '-''"!; -'/COMMERCES  >:       -,?- ������������������GRKBKwo6mB-;CC^-1-^ vr> P.r.  jji��������� ,.Pi.ii'.i..K.j..j.Hm.  , 11. ������������������ '  11.1   irnauni.... .. mi j  E   PRINT DODGERS   &C  THE GIANT  POWDER qp.,CGM,  High &Low ���������iplosiyeB  Gutta Percha  ap-  vVi X-  Peliciousr^Pure-^^WhOlesomt^Sa^tlify-   :  ��������� ������������������������������������;_: ing- rNoM-AlchOlic.  ��������� ���������--��������� '������������������:>������������������  wm%y%^  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Workg.  Greeuwood,B; G.      ' ''  TENDERJdEATS^ j.x ....   : ; .  " ���������-��������� FRESH FliS^^ :XX:- ^  ���������><.  POULTRY <fe GAME.  1 AT THE NEW MARKET.  HEADQUARTERS FORiiX.  BoQks, Statioi^ery^ Office supplies:  -Wallpaper.   ^,.       ^v;  s.  \ J A TH F. AN Al >ON'l>A -::N'!?5~'S,  j  The Helen is:improving  with   devel-;  optnent.    They are sacking- up the rich  ore.  Mr. Fowler isputting in ma-hmfry  on the Defiance. It is likely to become  a regular shipper within a few month*  or by fall.  Th i Last Chance is likely to be worked and become a shipper before the  snow flies.  I. o  NEW & SECOND  HAND      STORE.  Copper Str  Greenwood, B. C.  BEST TABLE 1  K*>m  ���������  TropI������tpr,-v-;. -..  Houses and Cabin& to>jRen t..,  GAR I  &, CO.-  Bir.. Ji.-^ath|^on,  ;^F^������np^3roii.  Thisj^pace^Q. ctiufs p������r mon$}.  E'"������HINT* DODGERS   &C  T^ on:ti t.urats.    it Pais.  j 6  _   .       THE.. ANACONDA NEWS  r^ipjaffTiW r..Ta.-M.j|JMi,.[^-r.r^^a^"       ���������-   IT  t  R  FOR  You can make any day you choose  '���������moving day/' for bed bugs If you  buy a bottle of  BED BUS BANE.  Quick, convenient, Sc sure death to  these pests.    It's guaranteed,    ,50 c.  CONSTRUCTION.       From Irat naff������.  A lot of machinery has also been received for the new eagi_$ room and I*  being erected.  Laat week web cold and gloOiny with  snow on Thursday and Friday. The  thermometer reached its lowest on Friday midnight, when it stood at29. On  Thursday ni-ht it was 31 at its lowest.  Plants made no growih whatever  during the week. Crab apple blossoms  which were ready to open a week ag^  are exactly the same now.  Do not forget the big* ball at the  Mother Loe tonic ht.  FIRE  REAL ESTATE.  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR  >y  RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELB  CO. LTDl  :*5T & SHAW  arristerg-  j '  taieritweSo^ ������.'.C.


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