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 T   "  '/'*' "  LOW GRADE EXTR A  ^r  TWELFTH HlGTTGftADE MINES NUMBEK  Vol S. No 32.  WEDNESDAY, JI  New Boilers���������Strike by Diamond  Drill���������Painting  and    .Repairs  The News reporter was a visitor at  the Mother Lode mine on Saturday of  last week.  The new boilers, which are being put  in for the crusher plant at the top of  the hill, are nearly completed. Work  will shortly begin on hauling the old  crusher from the mule tunnel plant up  the hill and on installing the same.  The second engine is also soon to be  put in for this plant.  The diamond drill is at present employed running a hole towards the lime  dyke from the topmost quarry. This  was in over 45 feet on Saturday and  just struck the lime. After penetrating a few feet of waste over 36 feet of  fairly good ore was encountered. The  last eight or ten feet were in extra  fine ore. This continued to the lime  wall, from which it was seperated by a  sharp contact.  Work is progressing on the repairs  to the coal tram down to the compressor. This was badly damaged in the  big cloudburst of Sunday the 2nd. The  roads damaged by this storm have also  been fixed up.  Much painting is also going on at  present. The big gallows frame has  been given a coat, as have the crusher  buildings. It is likely that the main  ore bins will be painted in the near  future.  * | A    G������' * 5' ^r Moti 1 h  I'  Contact L.ead 12 to 20 Inches  On Surface���������Shows up  Nice   Galena  The editor was a visitor at the  Moonshine, owned by Mr. W. S. Mc  Donald of anaconda and situated on  the old No. 7 trail about halfway between Anaconda and Boundary Falls,  on Monday last.  On this claim a contact lead measuring between twelve and 20 inches on  the surface has just been struck. It  runs east and west and west and seems  to dip to the north. This has been exposed in a trench for a distance of 38  feet, and is at present being explored  by a cut some distance down from the  main workings. No assays have as yet  been had from this lead, but it looks  very promising. It is intended to sink  a shaft on the ore body in the near future.  The ore is galena showing some signs  of ruby silver, together with carbonate  of lead. Several cuts have been run  in on a cross-vein some distance down  the hill from the new strike. Work  has also been done on an iron ledge to  the south.  Work is progressing on the water  works. The trench down Everett Ave.  is almost completed, and work is being  rushed on that down Tacoma Ave. and  2nd. St. A good deal of pipe has been  laid, especially in Lind Creek gulch and  on Everett Ave. THE ANACONDA NEWS  About Town.  Yesterday was payday on the water  v crks system.  A new city hall costing $6,000 is  j knned for Phcenix.  Mr. J. P. Anderson is thinking of  1 uilding a frame house on his lot on  Butte Ave.  Mr. J. Kirkup, gold commisioner,  visited Anaconda yesterday on the assessment question. He notes changes  for the better.  A bad fine occured at Cascade on  Thursday. Almost the entire business  portion of the town was destroyed, the  loss being estimated at between $25,000  iind $30,000.  This week's edition of The Kews consists for the first time of 150 copies,  145 being the issue heretofore. A tten-  tion is also called to the remaining professional card for sale on this page.  L C  Professional Cards���������5 Cents a Line.  Randolph Stuart  Agent for  The South Okanagan Land Co.  and Pentiction Townaite  . W. Bishop,  FIRvST CLASS TIN SHOP,  Plumbing a Specialty Copper St.  A.  LOGAN   Sl CO.  JKWELRy-WATCHES-DIAMONPS  Greenwood B. C.  N. "EL. Xiamont  Singer Sewing Machines  COPPER ST. Greenwood B. C.  For a Fine  Turnout try  rne ttivepsioe Livery-  Greenwood B. C.  iUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO  THE    BANK   OF   BRITISH   NORTH  AMERICA  Greenwood. B. C.  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood. B. C.  TKF CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  GftttRNWooor-). B. C.  ail's fin,  i fi  THE BEST FUSE IN THE WORLD  TRY THE  yrnnm  swans  mmmBk, & c.  Thompson St Jenson, Props.  THE BANK OF  MONTREAL  Crrecnwoud  B. C.  Dr. R, MatMson  Dentist  Greenwood  TB FI Sutherland, 1L Se������  Metallurgical   Tests -\n-  alyse&  of all   Descriptions ;&���������*~������������������==���������~��������� i���������-���������____;,_.___,!_-_, -r -i _1_-_^^jjU-----l-_-------;-----^-i.!---T.-..--���������-.? - ���������--^JVrV1 -���������?,.- ^:nv.vryy^_...__-.j.--i.v-vx- ���������:-������������������-: r^^^^jjjw.v.-;  TH^AMACONBA ������?F,WS  Rainfall-Temperature.  July 10th to July 16tb.  If you wast a  Rainfall  in.  upid<  est  Warm't  Monday  ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������  M  43  M       86  Tuesday     T  44  T        80  Wednesday  ���������  ���������   *  ���������  W  40  W      85  Thursday  }  T  39  T        72  Friday  j  F .   .  39  F       75  Saturday  i  S  47  S        82  Sunday  i  s  43  S        75  Total, W'k  U  W'k  39  W'k   86  Forward  25  Rec.  19  Rec. 98    ,  To Date  26i  Mean  c  R.,D 95������  Tot. S.Win.  m  Wk 4.  2.14  Mean W.  C.W'kJ.9-15  4* i  I  Wk 79.28  Av. T. Win.  2f>l   j General IV  lean C. &���������  C. D. (F.10)  -19������  W., Week  60.71  1 Trace of  rain on  two  da;  ps  equals  about \ inch.  <  2 Record day, Ju  ly 9th.  *     1  Call Oa  The Local Agent for C. P. R. Lands  Booksellers���������Stationers  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  Coles & Frith  'Phone Ho. 33  Wk have just received a shipment or  PABST CELEBRATED  MALT EXTRACT  It is a concentrated extract of Malt  and Hops. A purely medicinal preparation and not sold as a beverage.  TRY IT  Independent Heat Market j i<oT^7Txhe-  Farquharson & Summers,   Proprietors   GreOnWOOCl LfiqOllF    CO.  Dealers   in    CHOICEST    MEATS,  FISH. & GAME.  TiS  ream  :earn  ,aungliy  Aivi we ask is a trial bundle  to   convince you of our  superiority  in   doing  aundrv work.  Always Fresh at  p. burns & c������  Delivery to Anaconda and   Greenwood  Every Day  verslde Dairy  FLOYD & COX, Props.  louses  aiiifis  House and Lot for Sale  at a Bargain^  I      Sarland & Co,  A     ���������;     *   '  ��������� yr - ���������-  -- :.-���������-... -.. _.-   ..        X Remember���������This is to be the Town  -..'u^K.'-^'-iSii&i^  -���������"fl-SP Fi^ii-i_-_^_-b:__t-i:  _-^-..������\-'^ riZ^kJLZ^^sL^lS^'''^-- ��������� :7.:-I-.r^.i;-..:-ila-.ajL  THE ANACONDA NSWS  Cultus Hehe.  Last winter a Topeka society woman  wanted to get rid of an old prarrot  which she owned. It had only one tail  feather, but possessed an extensive vocabulary of choice cuss words. A  bright idea struck her. She was the  hostess for her card club one day, and  gave the parrot as the booby prize.  The woman who won it took it home  and bided her time. It soon came her  time to entertain the club and furnish  prizes. So she gave the parrot as the  booby prize, too. From that time on  the parrot became the booby prize, and  made the rounds of most of the homes  of the women. Finaly the woman who  originated the idea won the booby  prize and carried the old bird home.  The parrot recognized his former home.  He craned his neck, blinked his eyes  several times, and then, with disgust,  said:  "Oh, hell; kitchen dirty as ever."  raoNmo. 13  OLD   COINS  BOUGHT  SOLD   OR  EXCHANGED  RtiARTBN   ANDERSON  mm  Photo Supplies  Book.*. Stationery   WaJlwaper, Etc.  ������  rttm   &m&   iSTrogzs������,  *  Ice Oreatti Freezers  ���������'WHITE MOUNTAIN" Triple MoHon.    Freezes Cream in  three Minutes.     All Si&es from two qts. to fifteen qts.  AMERICAN  "TWIN"  FREEZER.      Two   Flavors of   Cream   at    on*  Operation.  efrioeraiors  'ICE   BERG"   and    "MODEL"  Solid    Oak    Finish.  $1-5.00    up . I V **"   -i ttv*-'J*-i������ ���������-��������� V   i  '-"-7"i-"'"-*1"-    _  *.-r=-3 -rs-rfft���������  .# i ���������-. f.  ���������ta-._������������������.v���������-.mf.-.. ?���������������������������'���������������������������.   "  i-f--".**! v.- "3-1"-  -*-**-'I������������������J .���������������*���������-.  jh.._-^V-    r'.^..--.--''j������.---.V    ->-  I.," S-l-.T" 1 i-v-i-"-- "V "*" "������������������ -������"���������   "  r  '    ���������  .%������ ���������    ft   -f   .' ������ _"��������� ���������������������       _������   * -.A      *   _������rf> i       ��������� ��������� '  ��������� j--* -���������- - _.-vr_.-T_>.-*  "-T-T-Tf ���������.-������������������'���������.-* ���������  ���������-. -r.*i *_-��������� ������. ��������� ��������� "^  "._,*������������������ ���������*������������������'������������������***'"  Ining: Notes.  On the Preston the double compartment shaft is down about 60 feet.  They are bringing up very rich silver  gold ore.  Shipments have been recommenced  from the E. P. U.  With the coming of the railway the  big coal interests of the Nicola country  are looking up.  The Twin is showing up a fine lead of  galena ore running up to $60.00 a ton  and measuring over two teet.  ^S-Xi-K21C_KKK_50--C-^ ���������  ey Investment  rust  .  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  g  I  .  J.  y.  >  'i  Holmes  ���������3  Fruit. Candy,   Tobacco,     Cigars,  Newspapers,   Magazines. Etc.  |G. R  NADJ?;N     MNG, DIRECTOR *  I CuPPER ST.  GREENWOOD ?  !S5<JWF*Jn?KN.  FOR   SALE  Orny $150 will buy a good New Bowes  and Lot with Chicken House, in Anaconda.    Lot well  Fenced.  Apply to R. G. Penson, Anaconda  Big Bargains in all kinds of Shoes.  See onr Children's Slippers for .85 c.  pair worth $1.25. Men's Fine Shoes  worth $2.50 for $1.35.  RENDELL&CO.  Ager.ts far Mason A Risch Pianos  Greenwood. B. C.  IF  -=__  -E333S  GAUNCE A WICK WIRE  itic   Man  Real Estate.       Fire & Life Insurance.  Big Discounts  Toilet and Dinner Sets and all  lines in Delf and Glassware  one fifth off for next two   weeks  THE  A. L. White & Co.  Come in and See   Th������m :!*:_. :.'jr.J"������af~ ��������� Tt__^-.f'-������_-B-_ij.r-l/.-'.'_-'������*'.  ^:-.cri_3_BnKfr������*S_:_r_':rtfr-"^:^ t :������^rp:.^;^,':;^-::.:^"  ft-e��������� n-������-- ���������_��������� '<���������:���������-���������-_'_ cra^-i*-j^e ���������/*->-~. ���������  -IT-"* ���������"?'���������*"��������� 2.1 ..; :-S,-^���������,,_.������������������.^^_1^Tv"���������  6  THE ANA'CUhNDA NEWS  Our  Mines  Shipped  458,000  Tons .Last Six Months-  New Bay .Road  During the six months ending June  80th 458,000 tons of ore were shipped  from Boundary mines. This had an estimated value of $2,290,965.  Work has been started on the new  wagon road to the Bay mine.. Several  cars of nice ore that are now waiting  will be sent down as soon as it is finished. The ledge is looking finer than  ever.  OUR NEW "CRTCH POST"  The mails to and from Anaconda now  leave and are received within half an  hour of train time. A "catch post"  has been put up at the Butte Ave.  crossing. On this the mail bags are  hung. As the train goes by without  slacking speed an automatic contrivance jerks off the sack and pulls it into the car. The return bag is thrown  off by the mail clerk and is taken to  the office to be sorted. This makes  the Anaconda post office independent.  -n  'X  X  :.-X  ^  -���������  ���������X&%  Next Friday will be the 14th anniver-  sity of the location of the Knob Hill  and Old Ironsides mines in I boa nix.  Work will soon be recommenced on  the Highland Queen.  The Helen is looking well. The lead  on the lowest level now measures over  20 inches.  A contract has been let for the work  of continuing the shaft on the Mountain Queen.  In the shaft on the Mavis the lead is  twelve to fourteen inches thick, and  shows up much free gold.  The Tip Top mine, on the Bay and  Mavis lead, is looking well at the present time.  S.BARRY YUiLL  yxyxi'Mi^  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler    'flSliifi  -'X:'X������X*sSti  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  To The Anaconda  News���������In   Advat ct  One Year  $ 0.50  Six Months   2C  Ten Week Ticket       .10  t^; ii  rtvc  a  One Year by Mail      1.00  Delivery every Wednesday to   Anaconda and Greenwood.  GRAND   FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenwood,   B. C.  arren  'Xfi-XsS''.'.i.^-i'i  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES    |  Greenwood B. C.  JUST    RECEIVED  A NICE LINE   OF  em <jars  M  In Half  Gallon,   Quart   &   Pint  Sizfs  Also JKU-Y-GLASSESi  Smith  ^x;-������k  ��������� .���������'".;.-:;'.v::'-:-'at*'.'*t',:  y0-4  ��������� ���������:���������"������������������ ?r-    *5!  Phone 21

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