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 a_^?g__al-3-&-*j*^_-^^  i.W5 .~M^'  PROVIDENCE EXTR.  ���������*ffl���������pB~^i"i*,i-'1' "'"~  H HIGH ������RAPE MINES KUMBBK  W-ffligr������  Vol 5.   Ho 25.  WEDNESDAY,   MAY 31,   1905.  5 c. per Month  Big Force Start Drifts on 400 on Monday���������Have a 00 H. P.  Boiler���������Will soon Install 10 Brill Compressor.  At the Providence 35 men started work Monday morning drifting north and  south on the lead on the 400 foot level. Drifting and stoping are also being  done in the south tunnel on the 300 foot level.  The new 90 horse power boiler is working splendidly. The boiler uses wood,  of which there is an abundant supply near at hand, for fuel. It is intended to  put in an air compressor of a capacity of between seven and ten drills in the  near future. At present two steam drills are being used. The force of miners  will be increased continually so as to have over fifty men employed by the time  the new compressor is installed.  Messrs. Madden, Heeney and Fitzgerald of the board of directors left for  Chicago on Saturday last, where they will likely place an order for the compressor plant. They were much pleased with the mine, especially the 400 foot  level, where there is a foot of high grade ore. The shaft is to be sunk to the 500  foot level soon.    Large shipments will be resumed in a few weeks.  Will soon Strike Ore ixfr Xiong  Tunnel���������Vein 18 Inch  The editor was a visitor at the  Strathmore mine on Monday of this  week.  At this property four men are employed driying the tunnel which is now  in over^ <^ifeet. It is expected that  the oi^^^j^j will be struck  in  a  short  distai^|H3'-l:-'.;  $d*^ from  the  mdiath of the tunnel is a 65 foot shaft.  Prom the 35 foot level of this shaft a  south drift has been run 60 or 70 feet  on tne vei$f which  is  here  18  inches  ���������i:X  ���������       X4*  ���������������������������������������������-      ' -,j.���������, 1���������  Continued on Page Six [6].  HBGHLftND QUEEN  Tunnel in 30 feet���������New Lead  Found in Open C|ut  At the Highland Queen much work .  has been done since  the   last  visit  of  the editor on April 14th.   (for  description and map of  mine  see  The  News  for April 19th, Vol. 5, No. 19).  The new tunnel at the bottom of the \  cliff is now in 35 feet. The main lead  should be encountered very shortly.  This ledge has been recently exposed  on the surface for a distance of 330  feet, and shows up well in each cutting. A twenty foot shaft -has been  sunk 120 feet  from  the  northern  end  Continued on Page Six (6). _-_-S������%-^:3S^SS-5^^  .. -!?-f������������������������������������ -,-j|T| -|-,-n-|Ti|iiiJi;- ni  ' ____- r  *        ��������� ������������������ .Mr.  iw**-������a--������-������������giiMga^^  2  THE ANACONDA NEWS  About Town.  Summer has come���������apparently.  Wild strawberries are now ripe on  the Anaconda townsite.  Mr. F. Keffer will return today from  a business trip to Nelson.  More painting is going on in town.  Smith & McEwen's store is receiving  a coat.  Mr. J. E. McAllister will return  from his long stay in New York City  in a few days.  The celebration held on the 24th. in  Grand Forks was a great success. The  weather was very fine.  It is reported that the Crescent is  about to be sold to some Chicago mining men.  On the Betts and Hesperus the tunnel is in 470 feet. It is expected to tap  the lead at a depth of 225 feet soon.  The mine is located on Fourth-of-July  Creek near the Great Northern track.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES  Greenwood B. C.  GREENWOOD  All we ask is a trial bundle to convince you of our superiority in doing  ljundry work.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS   ��������� UU-t���������Ji  Professional Card���������15 Cents a Month.  BICYCLES REPARED  N. H. L, A MONT  j Shiver Sewing Machines       Copper St.  A. LOGAN  &CO.       ^~ ~~"  JEWELRY-WATCHES-DIAMONDS  Greenwood B. C.  ILTON  E_B_U_ -^0__.  R  Co.   -OF   MONTJREAL  (High Explosives, Blasting &Sturnd  ing Powder, Fuse, Caps & Blasting]  'Apparatus.  FACTORY NANAiSVIO B. C.  E. W. Monk  District Manager      NELrSON  THE   BANK  OF   BRITISH   NORTH  AMERICA  Greenwood, B.C.  JL������ joLc -J-_xS/A1.0 uD  Barrister & Solicitor!  Greenwood, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK ������F  COMMERCE  .Grkbnwoood. B. C.  THE BANK OF  MONTREAL  Greenwood  B. C.  Dr. R. Mathison  Greenwood mhw���������C���������nu_M_fii  "'iii^''n,tT'*JwwMrir������  ft-_W-B-W__mi-rn-MM_n  TH������ ANACONDA NEWS  ���������������  :l  I-  X  Rainfall ^Temperature,  May 22nd to May 28th.  Rainfall  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Total, W'k  Forward  To Date  Tot. S.Win.  C.W'kJ.9-15  Av. T.Win.  in.  Coldest  Warm't  i  M  35  M    ,  54  i  T  35  T        50  1  W  28  W      54 '  ���������    ���������  T  28  T        68  ������    #    ������  F  32  F       72  ���������    ���������    ���������  S  20  S        72  ���������    ���������    ���������  s  36  S   '    69  U  W'k  28  W'k   72  18|  Rec.  -19  Rec.   98  19|  Mean  C.  Meaw W.  50J  4*  W'k  32  W'k 62f  i@e5cs@88@rs-  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  Coles & Frith  'Phone No. 33  General Mean C. S?  W., Week      47  26J  C. D. (F.10) f ~19������  Snow is still visible on the high  hills  to the north.  Try The News for job work.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULF1EID CO.  Go   To  SWAYNE'S NEW  BOWLING PARLORS  Copper St.  olioes  Fruit, Candy,   Tobacco,    Cigars,  Newspapers,   Magazines, Etc.  GAUNCE & WICKWIRE  r\  :ie Mart  11.11':  ii ii  THE BEST FUSE IN THE W0S1L0  TRY THE  B. C.  Thompson & Jenson, Props.  &  For a Fine  Turnout try  Tl|p  ^iyppQifln  XIJO    J1ITU101UU  Greenwood  T .11701)17  lilVUi J  B. C.  Real E>t;-te.        Fire & L ife Insurance  ty  ���������  ���������  ty  ���������  ;������ Rent  ��������� House and Lot for -**<ile  ���������  ���������  at a Bargain*  Garland ������ Co.  Remember���������This is to be the Town ^  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  S.BARRYJfUILL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenwood,   E. C. l-l.__-i-_i. -^.���������.".r_. ..'V.i'.f.t-i'.A'i.i-'ri  Ji.'-5fjf/<-,-*-,, ..,_.. I,   . _>.l   ���������-t-.aii.I.-���������....   i.-.J'i.4_ 1. T������*l   a���������.*  ��������������� I        I    J-*������-1 _. >     1������   -M ��������������������������� . *.      -     ��������� ������������������������������������-��������� U-_ __   ���������   - r*_i .  _"���������       .    ���������������    . t.1       ."h.1!.    __���������_'_-   .  P .III'  ��������� --i- rt1-*:  -.'*���������,. j_ic*������_!_.J-_-'_lk:\r_v _h.  "V  ' _.���������������-���������������--_���������������������������*.���������"  LlC-k-. _..--���������.= *������-.��������� -_1_,_.1( -P--.  II -T -���������*     5*_4i J|~-fb *���������*_>���������. '-%"-_?-.. ,  ...&:.*���������-?&-**���������  ^jL  THE ANACONDA NEWS  Oultus Hehe.  "I made a serious mistake today/'  said the doctor.  "What was it?" querried the druggist.  "I charged a stranger $2 for a consultation," answered the M. D., "and  after paying it he said he fully expected to pay  ft  Arthur's Papa���������"Arthur, you should  practice restraint of passion. I saw  you fighting yesterday.''  Arthur���������" 'Restraint'? Say, I had  Ginger Jones down an' I didn't hit him  more'n six or seven times!"  PHONE NO. 13  i  Cogger���������"Say, old man, what do  you think of my new automobile?  Don't you think it is a strong one?"  Cynic wood "Strongest    I     ever  smelt."  OLD   COINS  BOUGHT  SOLD   OR  EXCHANGED  ART8N   ANDERSON  iciiae  Photo Supplies  Books. Stationery   Wallaaper, Ktc.  THE    BWQ    &TOFTE-  Makes Old Floors, Woodwork, Front Doors, Oil  Cloth, Linoleum and Furniture look like .Sew  W WOOD  FINISH  WEARS UK  IRON  1  I  urn  , tff,ir  =^  it Stains & Varnishes by One Process  V������&DIB&lMl_-.���������l6 tne new finish- 1S especially adapted   for  Floors and Interior  Woodwork   where   extreme   duribility   of  finish is desired.    It is made in the following colors:  Oak, Walnut, Mahogany, Cherry, Malachite Greeu, Ox-  blood Red, Brilliant Black, Dead Black, Natural, Ground-  Gloss White, Flat White, Empire Blue THE ANACONDA NEWS  Mining Motes.  Work has been started on   the   Capital Prize.  P. Hickey and partners have bonded  to W. T. Smith the Mountain Queen  and Open Door Fraction on the west  side of Boundary Creek above Anaconda for $12,000, development to proceed  at once.  Development on the Preston is being  rushed with a force of nine men under  charge of W. H. Jeffrey, M. E.  On the Don Pedro seven men are now  employed sinking the shaft to the 150  foot level on the vein.  Always Fresh at  P. BUR  Try The News for job work.  If you want a  Cheap Lot In @ree  Call On  r@a@ne  5  Lain  The Local Agent for'C. P. R. Lands  T_ F. Sutherland, B. Sc.  Metallurgical   Tests \n-  alyets   of all   Descriptions  tovineiaB   Assayer  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  To The Anaconda  News���������In   Advance  One Year  .... -$ 0.50  Six Months 25  Ten Week Ticket.. 10  Five    " "       .05  One Year by Mail     1.00  Delivery every Wednesday to   Anaconda and Greenwood.  ladies'     READY-TO-WEAR   ������OODS  Dadies' shirt waist suits..$3.75 to $18.00  Ladies' lawn waists ...  .... $1.00 to $4.00  RENDELL&CO.  Agents f������>r Mason & Risen Pianos  Greenwood, B. C  OI'R  Headache Curing ReeorcS  Scores have bee n freed from persistent  headaches by our scientifically fitted  glasses. When we undertake to cure  headache we do it or refund the money  WHITE   BROS.  Dispensing Chemists  Opticians  Received Irately at  the  O.  I. c.  A. L*. White & Co.  Come in and See   Them.  ssei  X ���r _-_M��r,-?.__i_ ���_>��
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THE ANACONDA NEWS
At the Strathmore.       From page 1.
thick. A large amount of ore has been
stoped out from this point, and a carload is at present ready for shipment.
At the bottom of this shaft the ore
body faulted, and was recovered only
after a 70 foot drift to the east. The
new tunnel will give much depth
on the vein snd open up a large stoping
ground.
The ore is_ silver-lead and carries
from $20 to $30 in gold, making a total value of over $100 per ton high
grade and $25 to $30 second class. The
walls, both hanging and foot, are very
well defined on the Strathmore, and
point to a constant vein.
Names of mining properties appearing in The News will hereafter   Le  set
in SMALL CAPITALS.
Highland Queen.
From page 1.
of the cutting, and at several other
places holes have been run in on the
ore for several feet. This lead averages from a foot to thirty six inches in
thickness.
At a point 45 feet east of the main
ore body a new ledge has been uncovered for a distance of 300 feet. This
ore is a new discovery and is as large
or larger than the western body. Some
very nice ore has been taken out of
these new surface drifts. This lead is
parallel with the old vein and has the
same dip. It will probably be encoun-
tere<J in the tunnel at a distance of 40
to 50> feet from the first lead.
A good trail has been built to this
property from Anaconda by way of the
Mountain Queen and the former Anaconda powder house.
The north end of   Greenwood  should
have a boom in the near   future,   with
35 men working at the Providence and l\
the Elkhorn to start up soon.
We have just received a -shipment of
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