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Anaconda News 1905-02-01

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 Vol 5.   No 8.  WEI>NESI'A?V FEBRUARY   1.    1905.  _JJ_J-'"g.',Jl1"1**  5 c. per M������>nth  ST. LAWRENCE  East of Anaconda Being*  Developed���������Shaft   down  Over 70 feet.  Mr. Cha**. Peterson is pushing development work on the St. Lawrence,  situated above Anaconda on the southeast.  The shaft is now down nearly 70  feet. Two drifts have been run to, the  east (into the hill). The upper one is  driven about 15 feet in on the lead  from a point 30 feet down the shaft.  No work is being done on this at present.  The work of running the lowar drift  is now going on and it is in over 25  feet from the shaft. The ore has just  been struck and looks very promising.  It appears that the two distinct leads  so far discovered are coming together  here and it is expected that if they  join the value of the ore will be   much  increased.    A small winze is   at present being sunk at the end of this drift  >n the ore.    No assay of the  ore here  has yet be������ n taken.  The Mountain Hose,  On the Mountain Rose, in Summit  Camp, preparations are being ma e to  enlarge the glory hole. A tunnel has  bfen run from a point some distance  down the hill from the quarry so as to  go under it and form a funnel issto  which the ore will be dumped and  drawn off from the bottom. This will  cheapen mining operations.  The Mountain Rose ore contains  large quantities of sulphur and is very  valuable as a flux.  The mini-mum temperature for Mon-  dav night was ���������5, for Tuesdav night  -12.    Maximum, Mon. 25, Tues. 15.  THE   BANK  OF   BMTISH   NORTH  '    AMERICA ���������   v    ,  Greenwood,B.C.  ���������.*u- / . ... _.  THE ANACONDA NEWS  The strike is still on at Coleman.  The coming Friday is the big day  in Chinatown.  The Phoenix Pioneer's beatttiful  special number appears today.  The present cold snap hasmade good  ice at the skating and curling rinks  here.;  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  H A M I LTO  POWdER  Co,..'"  ������������������ ���������o F������������������ ~  ���������'  ONTREAL  |High Explosives, Blasting & Stumpi  [ing Powder; Fuse, Caps & Blastiiigf!  Apparatus.  FACTORY MAN AI MO B. C.  E. W.Monk  District Manager      NELSON  TheWews job department has not  gone out of business even vif it has no  ad this week.  With the good ice how forming the  curlers bonspielat Nelson will probably be held toward the^ndof the week.  Miss Minkler of Greet, vvood j .eaves  today for Spokane where she will enter  St Lukes hospital as ja nurse. Miss  Minkler will be very much missed here  by her many friends.  We g a u ra n tee  qu r  WHITE  Dispensing Chc*n ists  ROS.  Cieen wood  BEST TABLE  ; C  S A  FINEST IMPORTED   DRIERS  "-'.AT    '   :.'..".".......  IT flTtl    : \!W3MilMW  ANACONDA  Jos. Bauer,  Proprietor. V'i  K  THE ANACON D A N E V S  Rcwfali & Temperature.  January 23rd to January 29th.  Snowfall  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Total, W'k  Forward  To Date  On Ground 9  ki last Wkll  Decrease        2  ���������n.  o  1*  3-"  Coldest  M  34  T  27  W  21  T  28  Warrr.'t  1-8  7 1-8*  38 3-8  ���������45 1-2  F  S  s  W'k  W'r  -  Mean  W'k  25  15  0  M  T  W  T  F  S  S  38  36  42f  36  34  .  34 '  30  NES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONEY TO LOAN  Greenwood, B. C.  COLES & FRITH  0 W'k   43  18 Y'r     98  C. Mean W  21 W'k  36  * The precipitation on Monday, Tuesday and Friday being in the form of  rain, the figures given as ''snowfall"  are only approximate.     The   total   for  tit ._       "*������������������������* -_-0 l-������       ��������������� *-__>       ���������i  *���������������       *-������ _r_k *\  ** -f-������_l'���������V ������-*������-������_r_h_r**A* *���������** *> ������-\_^������-. ,-, j-������ ������  uc   ������������ccn   ia   ao  iicai     Cwucti      <������.-������      jj'cjS&i"  ble.  If 42 is thermometer in the shade. On  this day the temperature in the sun  was wearly 65.  COLES & FRITH  GAUNCE & WICK WIRE  tie Mart  Real Estate.       Fire & 1 ife Insurance.  USIC OF ALL KINDS AT-  /  JS THE ANrACONDA  N K W^  CULT US  HEHE  "Where are you going this summer?" -I haven't the least idea."  "But can't you judge from what  you've heard your pa and ma say?"  "Well, from the way ma talks, I'd  think we were going to Paris, Italy,  Switzerlan , and the Rhine. From  the way pa talks, I'd think we were go-  lnkr to the pobrhouse."  RUSSELLiLAHKrC&'JLFIEL!)  S3LE AGENTS FOR  ������!I'S Gil Ml  THE BEST FUSE I . THE W02.L9  TOWN LOTS SELLING  CHEAP        PROVINCIAL   ASSAYED  He u������e s  & cahins  to      rent  ^ -   >--       This      is  Jt    the  com-  ' /      ing town  GARLAND  & CO.  effla������  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationery *Wa1l Mper.Etc.  Specialties:���������Checking     Smelter      Rt  tuiMs, Cone ntr.������tio*������.   Cyanide  anaAin.iio   mati   <i 'ft.* is.  Greeu-wo-Ki. &  _;. >-X>>\V_s;-;v-__c_.;y_->_������_ ������udx;_Xi__txxvxvy  THE CANADIAN BANK OF      a  Gkkenvvdood  COMMERCE | *  Dr. R. Mathisorv  Dentist  Greenwood.  'a  r  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  FRTATP -e  M.NES  'it  |(t. R. NAPFN     MNG-. DIRECTOR S  5 CuPPER ST. i JRBRNWOOI.) I  % TH E ANACOND A N E WS  IN ING NOTES  . The new ore bocly at the Mother  Lode mine is now 320 feet long and  140 feet wide as so far discovered.  The exploratory drifts are still in \rery  fine ore.  On the -Junebug development is pro-  pressing. The tunnel there is in 65  feet and has st* uck a U:ad of very fine  ore.  Fine Furniture  Iron Bedsteads  AT THE  i  A    T.   White _fe fin  letter  8Ff3-.g$.  ep Better  WhtnlDrink  Pabst Celebrated     Bee.  ^mmmsmmBma  For sale at the-  Greenw cod liqcur Co.  S. BARRYJ/LMLL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green vvcod,   B.   C.  J"  Subscription to  "Anaconda News"  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  i������c^.:    3y>iiH   Sl,O0p2r year.  %  3     JBSIKw  Delivery to all placesin: Anaeonda and  Greenwood.   Try our  'res mer  "\  582  r <i  THE ANACONDA NEWS  At the Emma Mine.  At the Emma mine in Summit  Camp the new two compartment shaft  is down about 30 feet. The ore shute  in the face ������f the present workings is  between fifteen and twenty feet from  wall to wall and does not show a  streak of waste.  Social   Evening.  On Monday evening . Key. & Mir.*.  McKee gave an At Home that was one  of the social successes of the season.  About fifty guests assembled to enjoy an evening of pi.. The distribution  ������f the pi to its proper nooks in the flo-  To    The   News  Be   Ur>-To-Date  ral kingdom caused much hilaritv,  The prizes to the most successful distributers were pies. The evening was  concluded with solos by Miss White-  side, Mrs, Geo. Williams, and Mrs. Oliver.  P. BURNS & C������  During  the   Oyster  Season,   which   is  now on, we will k zep a supply  of fre������h  Do you eat Pickles?  We have 'em  HEINZ'S GERMAN  DILLS  In bulk at 25 cents  per   dozen  The finest you ever saw  Smith I McEwen  Phone 21  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  M


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