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 ������.. f.\ '^..it-y''yx'l'!^-"''  ������������������%>.  (  >. )6 fOi   1B16  n      a  mug  ���������  ty  *#  The best Mining Journal  Published in Western Canada  <a>  ���������  ANNUM  ii  P. O. Drawer 645,  Victoria, B. C.   ��������� .  ��������� >  ' ,'��������� ' >   'If HHIl ��������� ,nnp <s  THE ANACONDA NEWS.  Mints About Xmas Gifts  The valued presents are   thosf������   which  are   both   useful   and attractive.  LADIES NECKWARE���������Silk, lace,  Embroidery and Chiffon effects.  BELTS���������See the new Crush Belts���������All  colors.  GLOVES���������Kid, dressed or undressed,  and silk.  WAISTS^ Seethe Halena (silk) waists  in black and white. Fashionable  silk waists in all c dors.  Silk Table Coversand Piano Drapes  Lithographed Cushion Tops.  Cha telaine Bags.  ..., i i ���������  -J ' w H-.IIF THE ANACONDA NEWS.  UJ  E  UJ  o  Or  o  >-  o  Liu  CROCKERY  We have just received  a shipment of Fancy  China s u it a b 1 e * f o r  Christmas ������res&hts, also a line of Bokers  Skates and Hookey  Sticks at prices to .suit  everybody.     Call   and  ,. *.. ���������  ������������������>���������:���������       -     x X      ���������������������������������������������-.  examine our stock and  be convinced.  *^%  HARDWARE :.������i  M^  THE ANACONDA NEWS.  J  V  Don't order by  phone or from the  driver but go to the  meatmarket yourself; you'll be surprised what a great  variety of Meats,  Fish, Poultry, Etc.  we have to offer;  particularly at this  on    of    th  year,  a  Greenwood THE ANACONDA NEWS.  ���������:  >  *  ���������  ���������  ���������  Fresh Fruit in Season.      Gur    Bakery  the Right Place to get your   Christmas,  Cake or Pudding.  stmas  'antiies   Et  ���������  ���������  WPMaWp���������BP^PWUMHWOII  ��������� ���������-< .-���������,������������������������������������ "���������?*������?���������:���������:?������������������;���������:,-;  ^X'7- ,:::"-:..*  xm  THE ANACONDA NEWS.  !'  THE  NEW & SECOND  HAND STORE  I  Fine Furniture  iron Bedsteads  Ghristmas @oods  Etc. Etc. Etc.  ������ THE ANACONDA NEWS.   tytytytytytyty#$ty$tytytytytytytytyQtytytytyty*+*f  The Luxury of a Bath    J    ������  Hot Wafer at all Times     !  Is Most Convenient i  THE FIRST STEP Away from  self respect is lack of care in  personal cleanliness. The  first move in building up a  proper pride in man, woman,  or child, is a visit to the bathtub. You cannot be wealthy,  pretty, or even good unless  you are clean. Bath Tubs of  all kinds and prices.  is  Post Office, ���������:"!_.-:  -������l  THE ANACONDA NEWS.  uu-jumii .jiiiliu- i.������i������...-Mi...lyvni limn,! iff  ive Oarefui Mention to  usiness Intrusted Them  They Rent Houses.  Thev Buy and Sell Real Es'ase.  They Eoan Monpy for Home Building-.  They Insure Anything Worth Insuring  C  est Jtnythinci 1  reak THE ANACONDA NEWS  ������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������  Before selecting your  Christmas    presents  see  T.  ty  GULLEY  & CO.'S  New goods in the  FURNITURE  LINE  ���������^  -#*> IlL-vV  Mines, People and Things.  A, stands for Atnelstan, mispickel and goH,  B, is the Brooklyn; their riches untold  C   ollins, the big- genial mine captain Hold  D    igfs up incessantly���������so we ar������- told.   ���������.������������������:  E, is the Emma, with iron galore,  F, are the Folks who would like to find morr.  G, is the Granbv. whose ore runs in acres,  H, Holman and Hodgfes, a pair of mine makers.  I,    are bright Ideas which make the News win*  J, i*s the Toy when subscriptions eoraein, ;:  ���������-���������' ';   :.  E.  is the Editor, Devil and Printer, ;;  T-/, is rood Luck to News readers this winffcrV''  M,  is the great Mother "Code, with copper so laden,  N.  is our mayor, mav his name aye be Naden,  O,  Oro Denoro,  "jrold monev" in Spain,  P, wondnms Providence, the dividend payin*. ^v  Q,  's too much QViosity, which after you rue, t  R. the mine up nea** Heaven, the Roderick Dhu,   :  S, Sunset, the magnetic iron producer,  T, 's Trouble, may it..never find us. nor you, sir.  U, 's the last letter of Mac's E, P. IT.,  V, this squeezed little Valley, where we're hid from veiw.  W, 's surely Georg-e Williams, a man free from g-uile,  X, the Xtra g-ood times coming*���������they'll sure make *&s smile.  Y, are You, who, if to be wise you should choose,  ZIP, hurry up quick a������d subscribe for thg News, Anaconda News History.  Year of 1900.  The Anaconda News be^an its work  on December 10, 1900, with a small  font of type g/iven to the editor by a  friend in the East. During- 1900 the  paper was set in a cardboard stick and  printed a Hue at a time.  Below is an ������xact reproduction of  the first copy of the Anaconda N^vs.  A glance at it show* the hardship- of  the early News "frie������>.  The Anaconda News.  ^���������Monday, Dec. 10th.  ty  ^Editor, lam going- to start up a  ���������free paper, called the Anaconda_  {Newi*. .Robert Keftier.  ���������a New house, it is a very fryimsY  thing-,    a log" house, it is quite  ������nasty but strong"^from notes|  I  *The editors printing* office is but  ^smali. so the paper is the ^ame.  ty -mm-  ^Thc old fi,eet ������f ships is fine.jg.���������!  ���������They hare been takenout of thtt  ���������water. Kobert KKltierl- flu ���������;,���������:;���������  :/:: ft  THE ANACONDA NEWS."  Year of 1901.  Early in 1901 the paper  was" doubled  in size with the aid of a new "tick.  The press   during"-   this      time      was  thumb power.    The office was soon en- .  larged by home-made   cardboard  type  cases.  The arrival of the press an& later,  ihe building of the present office were  the next steps of importance.       'X  For three months the   paper   was   a,,  sinyle columrh The     typographical  on'fit was next purchased and tthe   paper enlarged tQ two columns. ���������..-.���������������  Year of 1902. -  During the <first   half   of   1902   the  News .was *i two page paper.   But times  got better, and,  on   the   first   day   6 if  October, a'third page was added.       In  December the third page was enlarged  to double column.  Year of 1903. /.    ^ \  The first folded copy was printed, on  January first, 1903.    A few weeks after  this the fourth page,- which    had   betn-; .  left blank, was pointed.     V  Eater  in the year a   fifth    page   was  added, and in Octobe  r, a   sixth      page.  After some time the  sixth-  page    was  increased in size to  match  the rest.of THE ANACONDA NEWS.  e paper.  During this time new type and machinery was being purchased almost  monthly:  Year of 1904.  In 1904 the paper enjoyed unbroken  prosperity. In March a new 7X11  inch foot power rotary press was ordered. New type and borders were being ������*eceived regularly. About August first a large supply of the best labor saving leads and metal furniture  were purchased.  The new press, after much delay, arrived on the second of October. It  proved to be a fine machine, and was  large enough to print the present paper two pages at a time.  Toward the last of November more  type was received. This new type  completed the Mid Gothic No. 2 series.  New slugs and labor saving brass rule  were also purchased. More improvements were added to our >lant in 1904  than in any two years so far, and it is  now up to date in every wa**.  Financially, the paper has been very successful in the past pear. Our  subscription list was increased by a  third. The News thanks its many  friends for their kindly interest. V-  B. C. Copper Go's Smelter.  Building the Converter and   Electric  Power Plant.  Work was started on    the   converter  foundations in the fall of 1903, and the  first carload of the   steel   building    arrived 1  te in   December.      This   waited  in the Greenwood yards som * time   until ihe converter   spur   was      finished.  Bv this.time th������- foundations were   oin-  pleted and the building   was   quickly  put up.  Electric power plant machinery   began to arrive toward the end of   January.    At this time work was   also   going on on the silica and clay mill.    The  new power house was completed by   the  middle of February, also the  flue   and  stack for the converter.    A   month    later the stone foundations for   the   new  machinery were done.  Six cars of converter machinery arrived about the fifteenth of April and  by the tenth of May all the machinery  for this plant was in.      The   bi_r   crane  \va  s first put up and  with    its   aid    th  converter was rapidly erected,  .Machinery for the new electric power plant began to come in about this  time and by the middle of Jure  several THE ANACONDA NEWS.  moters had been set up. Stringing  the wires for the new power plant was  started at this time and the quartz and  clay mill tested.  By the. fifteenth of June all the converter machinery was set up. A few  days later the ropes which serve instead of a belt on the big converter  blowing engine were put on and the  finishing touches given the electric^  machinery,  The converter was started on Thursday, June 23. The blast was turned at  twenty minutes before nine. P. M.,  and the first copper poured at thirty-  seven minutes after ten, one hour and  forty-six minutes after starting. The  entire new plant worked without a  hitch.  The Slag Railway.  Wck was begun on the hot slate  dumping syste.n early in the fall of  1903. An iron trestle was built in a  loop between the two furnaces to start  the dump. When this was filled up  solid the rails supporting the track  were pushed forward and the track  pried out from time to time as the  dump grew.  About th������'first of December a grade  was made up Copper Creek  gulch   and THE ANACONDA NEWS.  B. C. Copper Go's smelter.       Anaconda   B,  0. THE ANACONDA NEWS.  a new dump started there. By July  1904 this dump extended across Copper Creek and had formed a large  pond in the gulch above. About a  month later a short cut was put in between the two furnaces to save going  around the outside of the dump, which  had grown very large. At present a  grade is being made on the hill to the  west. This will be the starting point  for an immense dump.  The JSriquetting Plant.  The new briquetting plant   is    Hearing completion.    All is now   ready   for  the machinery.     A    short   description  of it and of its working   is   given    be--  low.  The rluedust wili be taken into a  passage-WciV besi e the flue and dumped into the boot of a bucket elevator  which will ^.arry it to the dust bin a-  bove. From this bin the dust will be  f<jd into the briquetti.g machine.  The finished briquetts will be discharged t������nto a long con-/eying belt. This  belt runs slowly over the flue which  uncovered so as to give off as  has bee  n  n _r  much heat as possible to aid in dryi  the briquetts. When these briquetts  reach the end of the belt thev are  dumped automatically into an ore bur-  /* THE ANACONDA NEWS.  gy and are ready for the furnace.  Drying racks will be built along the  side of this belt to receive briquetts  that will not dry sufficiently in passing  over the conveyer.  Canada's Mining' Exhibit.  When the editor was at the World's  Fair at St. Louis last month he made  a visit to the Canadian Exhibit in the  Palace of Mines.  In this exhibit the Boundary mines  were well represented. In the class of  copper ores were specimens fr������������m the  Mother Eode, Ee Roi, L.e Roi No. 2,  Emma, B. C, and others. In the high  grade cases were samples from the  Providence, Elkhorn, Helen, E. P. U.,  Silver Cloud, and many more from the  Boundary Creek Camps, also galena  from Rosslaud.  Radium ore from Ontario was an interesting feature of the exhibit, also  over $50,000.00 worth of placer gold  from Yukon.  A large exhibit of nickel ore was  shown. Canada produces over one  forth of the world's supply of this metal. THE ANACONDA NEWS.  A beautiful showing of asbestos  ores, asbestos, an asbestos cloth, paper wicks, etc, was to be seen. Tnis  asbestos isof extra fine quality, having very long and smooth unbroken  fibers.  In another 1 irge case was shown  mica and mica ores. Some of the  largest single sheets of mica ever mined were exhibited here.  Ltdrge piles of Crow's Nest and eastern coal of extra fine quality were here  to be veiwed, also iron ores carrying  a large percentage of iron together,  with pig iron and a few of the many  iron pruducts.  Petroleum, crude and refined, and its  many products were much in evidence.  As a whole, this exhibit was an extremely interesting and instructive  one.      .-;..  Mr. H. B. Munroe of Greenwood was  at the he id of the exhibit and made an  able manager.  Much has been done, in the way of v  promoting publicity of Canadian  mines at the Fair. In the six days  th*t the editor was at the Expositon  over 20,000 pamphlets describing Canadian mines were distributed to visitor*.    On Saturday November 12th.  a- THE ANACONDA NEWS.  lone over 5,500 of these   were  disposed  of.  The editor believes that the World's  Fair has done a great deal of good to  the mining interests of Canada in general.  Mother Xiode Mine.  Mining operations havs been steadily carried on during the whole of the  past year, some 176,000 tons of ore  having been shipped. The greater  part of this ore has come from the  glory holes and the balance from development work and stopes.  During the year two new ore bodies  have been prospected. The first is at  the extreme north end of the mule  tunnel and is, as far as known, abont  50 feet wide and roughly 180 feet long.  Stopes have been started in this ore,  and a raise 225 feet to the surface  (made for ventilation and quarry work)  has just been finished.  The second ore body was o ��������� the flat  level near the main shaft. Exploration has^sh������wn it to beat least 130 feet  wide by 210 feet long, but at present  the full tetagth is rot   known,   the   ex- .���������������?  THE ANACOKDA NEWS.  [P  X*. C    y        ._  Mother L.ode Mine  Beadwood     Camp. THE ANACONDA NEWS.  ploratory drift beir.g still in ore. Both  these new finds are in ore somewhat  above the average grade so far mined. .,/.,. -.,. "x  Beside this exploring work diamond  drilling on the 300 level has proved the  existence of a considerable body of  matrriatite carrying good copper and  gold values.  The occurehce of th is oxid ized    form  of ore so deep in the mine   (nearly   500  feet under   the   surface)   is   somewhat  encouraging, showing' as it   does .that  therli������,������indary iron ores may hot be   so  superficial   as    has    sometimes     been  feared. ; A body of magnitite   was    also found on the  Primrose   claim,    tut  very little exploration   has   been   done  here.     '?: ���������' ... .:���������'" ;-: 'x:^y  In the way of new machinery,   there  is now in    process   of    completion      a  crusher plant which is designed to take  care of the entire output of   the   mine.  The ore from quarries   and    all    levels  will be taken to the main    shaft      and  there dumped into   capacious   pockets.  These pockets will   unload  into a    pair  of five ton skips which will ndump    the  ore into a large bin at the head  of   the  shaft, from whence it will go   into  either of a pair of 24 by 36 inch   opening THE ANACONDA NEWS.  Jenkes jaw crushers. The broken ore  falling on a Robins conveying belt  will be taken to the main railway bins.  The present crushing plant will be done  away with so soon as the new one is  in working shape which will be in ai-  bout six to eight weeks.  Aside from concentrating all the  crushing machinery into one plant, it  is expected that through doing away  with the great annoyance of elev: ting  wet and freezing ores in winter (as in  the present plant) and through the  large bin.and pocket spaces provided,  that the costs of handling and crushing the ores will be considerably reduced. . The plant will be operated, by  compressed air, heated by steam.  There are employed at the mine a-  bout 100 men under the direction of  Captain C. S. Holman.  At the Emma Mine.  Recently the B. C, Copper < o. has  acquired a three quarter interest in  this property, and it is now being op-  crated by them under a joint arrangement with the Hall Mining & Smelting Co., the owners of the other fourth THE ANACONDA NEWS.  interest.  This mine is unique among Boundary mines as so far discovered in having for its sole ore a magnitite carrying good copper and gold values. Diamond drilling has shown the ore body  to extend to depths much below the  present workings.  From 25 to 30 men are employed here  under the direction of Mr. D. Morrison.  The greater part of the work so far is  in the nature of glory hole mining,  but plans are under consideration to  sink a shaft and open up stdpesf the  position of the ore being favorable--for  easy mining.  '.  W  The customary closing examination  h< Id in the Anaconda school yesterday  was much enjoyed by the many visitors psesent, Votes of thanks were  tendered to parents for refreshments  and to trustees for box of apples.  At Greenwood in the manse on Wednesday December 7th Fred Mclnni's  and Maggie Geizart were united in the  holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev.  M. D. McKee,  Mr. and Mrs. Mclnnis will   reside   in  Anaconda. High Grade Mines.  In the last year wonderful progress  has been made in opening up high  grade mines in the immediate vacin-  ity of the towns.  The Providence and Elkhorn are  still the leaders, the Providence having a depth of 300 feet on its workings  with the vienfar wider and richer than  on the upper levels. The same increase im richness with depth holds on  the Elkhorn.      - .-���������*...'���������  During the year much capital has  come in, especially frdni Chicago, and  this gave rise to increased, work on  new claims.  The new shippers of rich ore are the  Strathmore, Goldfinch, E. P. U,, Bay,  Barbara, Silver Cloud, Silver King-,  Hope No. 2, and the older claims, the  Helen and Skylark. *'  The values are gold and silver and  run from $50,00 to $300.00 per ton  for first class ort and  $10.00   to   $25.00      < ���������   _      '.   . .  per ton second class.  Most of the rich ore from these  mines is treated at the Trail arnd Nelson smelters and some of the 'second  class here. Boundary Falls smelter.  At the Boundary Falls smelter everything is progressing to the satisfaction of all concerned.  The second furnace was blown in  yesterday. The foundations for the  third furnace are in place and the work  of erecting it will be started before  long. All the parts for this third furnace are on the ground and setting it  up will not take long. These three  furnaces will give the plant a daily capacity of between 900 and 1100 tons  of ore.  The hot slag dumping system will be  pu* in use in a few days. The tracks  art all laid and ballasted and the locomo  tive and cars ready for use. This system vvih give a large slag dump.     The  d������mp is to be started directly  from   a  grade on the hill and   will   require   no  iron trestle.  A space is   to   be    left   in    the   slag  dump   for   the      converter      building.  Work on this converter plant   will   be  eomenced within six   months.      When  it is finished it will be a  great  saving  to the company.  All is running well   at - the     mines.  Most of the ore is   at   proseat   coming  from the Brooklyn.  / THE ANACONDA NEWS,  The Rawhide will shortly begin shipping 200 tons per day. It has one of  the largest mineral deposits in the  country and may prove to be a second  Knob Hill.  Work is progressing on the Sunset  and before long it will be making big  shipments.  The Stemwinder is being developed  preparatory to taking out large quantities of ore.  Work is to be foegution the Mori-  son as soon as a railway spur is built  to the. mine. The grade up , Copper  Creek to the Morisbh is easy with little rock-work, and building a spur  is easy and can be accomplished   iri    a  short time.  It is intended to install electric power at the smelter just as soon as the  Cascade PoMer Co. lean furnish the  current. This power is a great im-  provment over steam, and is much  cheaper.  Her face was happy,  His face was stem;  Her hand was in hU'n  His'n was in her'n. Electricity at the Fair.  At the Worlds Fair the grand palace  in which the latest ideas in electricity  were housed was one of the most  beautiful on the grounds. It was finely located adjacent to the Cascades and  fronted on the Grand Plaza of St. Eou-  is. It was 525 by 750 feet with a large  court in the center.  The Cooper-Hewet tube electric lighting demands your immediate attention  by its brilliant violet tinted light.    Because of their  color   these   tubes   will  not be of use as yet for lighting homes  but already they render   sunshine   unnecessary in the photographer's   studi-  o.    These tubes solve the   whole   problem of photography on cloudy days   or  at night.  At one end of the building was an  electric ketchen whera all the cooking  for a dining hall where the public was  served was done by electricity.  At another was shown the girl-less  telephone exchange. This system involves no watting and no wo**ds wasted en a pentral station.  At another place you can write your  message and at a distance an electric  hand reproduces it with absolute exactness. Thi������ is destined to replace the  present telegraph. Growth of Towns.  During the past year the towns on  Boundary Creek have enjoyed unbroken prosperity.  Not many new houses were built in  Greenwood this season. However, the  business has improved and everything  is on a more solid basis than ever before.  In Anaconda new residences have  been built. Smith & McEwen's store  which has been lately moved to nearly  opposite the Vendome Hotel is being  weather boarded. The new brewery, is  getting on well. Brewing will be commenced early in the new year. A Chinese store has been started in Anacon-  da lately and does a considerable business.  Much building has been done in  Boundary Falls this year. Over half  a dozen nice residences ha ve gone up  since the smelter resumed operations.  Business is better than ever before. As  three furnaces are soon to be running  at the smelter and a converter will be  built in the spring, there are good  hopes of Boundary Falls brcoming  one of the big towns in the near future. The Week's Weather  December 5th   to   December 11th.  Snowfall          in.        Coldest  Warm't  Monday                M  21  M  35  Tuesday          . .   .  T  25  T  33  Wednesday    ....  W  22  W  34  Thursday          1-8  T  20  T  30  Friday             2  F  29  F  32  Saturday           1-8  S  24  S  32  Sunday              1-2  S  28  S  31  Total, W'k    2 3-4  W'kf  20  W'k  35  Forward        5 1-2  W't'r  17  Y'r  98  To Date          8 1-4  Mean  C.  Meai  m W.  On Ground    3           W'k  24  W'k  32  " last WK-0  j.  Increase         3         1  i  i  !  j  Mother5  s age?  Tommy's mother was having a birthday party. Tommy asked her age and  his-fat her told him in this way:  "Now, Tommy, our three ages combined amount to just 70 years, and as  I am just six times as old as you are  now, when I am but twice as old as  you our combined ages   will   be   twice  what they are at present.    Now let  see if you can tell me how  me  is.  ������>  ���������^ld   mother ^������������������WTjIi'V**.-)       ���������!*.->!-������, ...atfC-i.  About Town.  The Anaconda school closes its fall  term with a half holiday on Friday  next.  If you want reliable mining news  get a subscription to The Anaconda  News.    We do the rest.  The Ladies' Societies of the various  churches are making arrangements for  Christmas entertainments.  Mr J. R. Jackson completed plowing for a lawn about his house in Anaconda last week. This tells the story  of our   rrild limate,  The B. C. Mining Record is an advertiser iu this special issue of The  News. It is the best Mining Journal  published in Western Canada and has  a steadily increasing circulation.  Mining Notes.  The Combination has six men at  work.  The Hope No. 2 iies near the Bay, so  there is good hope for success on this  claim.  The Elkhorn may yet become a  copper producer.    Much gray copper is be- THE ANACONDA NEWS.  i  ing shown up.  The Lottie F. which has 12 feet of  high grade are and is owned by Phoenix men has been bonded to London  capitalists.  Th������ Gem claim in Long Lake Camp  is pushing ahead. They hate made a  shipment to the B. C. Copper Co.'s  smelter.  Professor Brock has finished his examination of the Snowsho**. and is  now at work on the LeRoi, War  Eagle, ������.nd Center Star mines in Ross-  land.  Shares in the capital stocks of all  the large copper companies are rising  rapidly. It is not expected that the  Montreal & Boston Copper Co will suf-;  fer at all from the recent failure in  New York.  The Last Chance near Boundary  Falls, owned by Mr, W. T. Smith, is  ready to ship high grade ore. It will  be remembered that Boundary Falls  owned a stamp mill and milled free  gold before Greenwood Camp was discovered. Cultus Hehe.-  . ^"-  A German professor thus accosted a  pupil who was usually la.tje?. but .v,on  this occasion was quite early: it4I .see  you are early of late; you used to'' be  behind before; and now you are first  at last."  '���������'���������v.  There! are plug horses, plug ha'ts', and  .   .      . . . ' ��������� '* *  plug men. "'���������     ���������' ���������-; ���������     ' ���������":  Watchmaker��������� 'The first time I  cleaned yonr watch it was in a gold  case,,the next time in a gold-filled case,  and now it is in a silver case."  Hardup���������*'Yes; 'Circumstances, alter,  cases,' you knpw.','. . :  "Do you belive in heredity, Mrs.  Simson?"  "Indeed- i do.     Every   mean      trait  Bobby has lean trace  right   backT  to  his father." ^ :'   ���������  '������- ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� .-���������   ... " ���������"   ���������.  "Does his father beliey.e  in   heredity  too?"        'H .";,'4': .y:*;,:  "Yes; he traces all Bobby's faults  back to me.*'.' .'  "My wife has a veryeven tern peri-".  "Yes, she is made all the time."  Any   dealer  in   cosmetics   will   tell  *' ��������� * ��������� ���������*   " ���������*,���������.,*���������  you that there are   lots   of   self   made  women.  mfta  ���������-������������������hi THE ANACONDA NEWS  Xiook in our store for  your Christmas gifts.  Big* stock to pick from,  liow prices. Polite service. Willingness to  do more than is expected. You will like to  trade here. Purchases  delivered promptly.  DISPENSING CHEB3ISTS  If THE ANACONDA NEWS  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  COPPER ST.  GREEN WOO i) THE ANACONDA NEWS.  HALIyRTT & SHAW  Barristers  Greenwood B. C.  Dr. It. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood,  MEN  LIFE  ES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONEY TO LOAN  Greenwood, B. C.  ^;c<>-V>xyx-y-cyy>x>x>yv^>^>ft->Qg>^  $  ealey Bnvesfme  and Trust Co5  a  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE,     &,  MINES  G. R NADFN     MNG. DIRECTOR  i  >:  copper st.  GREENWOOD  .^iXKyKid  '4  ,s5 THE ANACONDA NEWS.  TK F CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  CtR KKMU'ooom  USIC OF ALL KINDS AT-  "? trttf  %  SLTO  POWDER^Co.   OF   OIMTREAL  Hi������-h Explosives, Blasting fo 8tuHip  ing Powdrr, ]^use, Caps <fc Blaatinp-j  Apparatus.  FACT"orav isj a w_ a i a/i/���������* b    *���������������  E. W. Monk  Dislrict Miinajror       NET.SON THE ANACONDA NEWS.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    KQRTH  AMERICA  Greeci weed,B. ������.  PROVINCIAL   ASSAYgR  Specialties:���������Checking-    Smelt������r  turns, Concentration,  Cyaai  and Amalgamation Teats.  Re-  Greesaweod, B. C  ���������     THE  GIANT  POWDER Co  Consolidated  High and Low Explosives, Gutta  Percha Fuse and Caps. Electric  Blasting Apparatus, Etc. Etc Etc.  *ht  &  CLIPPER  G^B  CAL.f  &   VICTORIA    B  .C.  K P. Dickenson, Agtnf  COPPER STREET  A. 73. tfSreetawDod B.C.< THE ANACONDA NEWS.  CALL  SEE  THE Nice  goods at the  S. E. Grocery. Jams,  Jellies, Milk'-ft  Dream, Candies  and Christmas  Coods. k Big  assortment of  nice things for  Bachelors.  TSS KOFY ' M ���������  THE ANACONPA NEWS.  BEST TABLE IN B.C.  FINEST IMPORTED   DRINKS  '(������������������" AT  ���������<"? ������������������''���������]  E  ANACONDA  . Bauer,  Proprietor.  !at Better  ;.->.-r"  .;(<-������������������'���������  eei Better  e@p Better  ������������������������������������v  Wlfen ID. ink  Pabst Celebrated    Beer  For sale at the-  Greenwood Liquor Co,  '\     -  66SY91    II  When It comes to Job    Work  V  J  n^ THE ANACONDA NEWS.  You   can    now    buy  choice lot  cheap   at   about  half the price it will  bring1  before many months.   It is  a good investment.  arland THE ANACONDA NEWS, __HB__n_  THE ANACONDA NEWS.  <T-  Fit!  i  You know how it is with  most underware. After the  second or third washing: it begins to shrink. By the time  the winter is half over it's so  tight you can't wear it.  StanfiLelds Unshrinkable  Underwear is made out of  pure Nova Scotia wool. Money refunded if you can shrink  it.  $2.50    $3.00   $4.00 Per suit.  For sale only at���������  ieorae&co  i,* * ' ____���������  6r@@nwood k\ Phcunix  V  J T ������ accomodate our lar^e Chrisi-  niHs stoi k, wo have been obl;gvd  to take the store opposite our present one at the Post Office.  We invite you to come and inspect onr stock at any   time.  Frith  Head Ouarters for ���������  Leather  Toys  ods,  oil ^tyty^^tytyty  With the incoming: of the  New Year we plan to be  in  our new   location   opposite  the   Vendome    Hotel    two  blocks north of our present  store, where we  extend  an  invitation   to   our   present  customers and   many   new  ones to call and see us.  Wishing1    all     a     merry  Christmas and happy New-  Year, we are


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