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Anaconda News 1904-04-20

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 X  1  "������^jp-������ P--/'.^"llJ������'������ai'  n������iaawpo^������|PiffyaaaBiinwyi  ..~A������i,J'-*!'������"*W'iJ'  Vol 4. No 19.  ���������       .'HIIUKKSDa?, APK3L -20, I9���������4. EXTFA.        5 c.< per;  th  ���������****  ���������-***  Creelc K3gbier:ttoaii vEv*^  ^Friday* April T5tn,t9.C0 ./A:0-M-.���������.-On!  this morning- the cre*k mer surcd 3... ft.  lOin, above lowwatervmark, making a  rise-of 11 inches ever iiiyht. A raiiv^  fall of one and an tightk iiiohi*������ j^dtd:  to the rise. Twin Creek overflowed  Greenwood streots to a depth of two to,  uuc��������� iuCuc9.    10.00 u.  The B. C. Copper   Go's   cribbing   a-  bove the pi mp hi use wa&j_ccdtd over  Ciari*i������ucd .t.i. .1 ���������*4>,c -3.;  Saturday, Ap*ilT6v7;lS A. ^M.-^^his  morn i u g t h������. creek ma iked 5 ft .4 i n v ������v-  ur hvw water. One of the Tbot *htid%t������  at the Leiiver Ave. crossing ^ae^tur-a^iil  completely over, the jfoot 'Wi^^fei -5rbrii  the | iimp house ledgiiTgO"n^tOp.  Coppe r Cree k was in the chWitel W_t  itmadeihe?day beTore, ~butshad ^Kfea'riy  ceased -washing in slag. This Enabled  Boundary Cretk to break the ^la^g ��������� _af.Jrh  and return to its old 6h'JMitel. -'fyRb  w*gcn br''dp'ip'������ went ot* t-beV������w here. T*l F MsA* 1.1- 3 A NfO~;S  AECUTTC  The citizens of Anaconca and Greenwood are making garden.  The News appears in eight pa ire form  this week, to make room for flood news.  Boundary Creek is still runr ing bank  full, which is as high as it was any  time last year.  Mr. Gray of Toronto 3rd    Karnloops  -S-  This sp3ce40 cents per month.  '. lett on yesterdpy'd V-vaii',   atur   s^tud-  ��������� V"'  ing several days in the Boundary.  Twin Creek furnished excitement, in  Greenwood o,n Friday last. Some ������f  the str eta were much damaged by the  overflow.  Mr. and Mrs. M. Craigie and th^ir  children returned to Aa.acorda last Mm  dav. Thev will occupy their forirer  residence en the WeM Side.  Try one of f-nr a.dRi     ir PAYS.  MB������MMPPPMP.pppMtPa^^^MPiM^PPMPM������Mw.^PMnpap<P������Ii^M^Pi*.P^MMMMi������MMPP^.  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTflMG AI^D 'SIGN WOFK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  O'l-per   St.  tm SALE Q������ RESIT.  Two five room cottages (nearly new)  in Anaconda. Bathroom and pantry.  Good outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good t-pring water at door. To be sold  at a bargain on easy payments. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY, Anaconda, B. C.  Tir stag and plv-mfcisg  ���������wOPPLKST. THE AKA'A'NT-A  N^"*8  ������  m  From page one.  a foot deep.  All this time Crpprr Crefk was a tr**-  "mVndous torrent, and was muoh larger  than Boundary Creek is at low water.  It washed out a railway fill this side of  Deadwood on the Mother Lode spur,  causing much.delay. Lind Creek was  very high, vand dangerously near the  railway track.  ''������������������11X0A.M.  At the lower railway trestle the entire  flat was undef-wattr. On the northern  end of the railway span the water was o  ver the C. P. R.'s stone rilled cribbing,  within eight inches of the Up cf the  piles supporting the span. On the  southern end the water had not reached  the topof the wall. This wall was doing very good work. Mr. Bombeni's  ranch was partly flooded.  ������.30 P. Bti.  At this time Copper  Creek  began   to  change its channel.    The new owe was  ��������� Ltuumtti on page 6.  r  ^  UBSCRIBETO  THE  CENT  5  II  ������EL  ii\  fi  riW������j  TRY A NEWS AD  B  V  J 'TT  ������ TV*-������ ��������� ' C:.* 7 r~; \ -. "V V ""r"  THE BANK   OF   hlvl'liS.i-i  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B. C.  JL> ^' lv i. i.  Dr. E. Mathison  Dentist  G  IT  P. BURNS & C������  Greer wood B.C  'Phone No. 2.  Creek Bights-Rainfall.  April 4th to 10th.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday.  Highest  ft.  1  2  2  2  6  5  in'lRainfall. in  8 Bm ......  6 ft 2  aemxs  Coldest  Wsui;est  31 Fahr.l  93  To date 1 3-4  a  Photo Supplies.  Fooks, Stationery'Wallpar*6r. Etc.  J  MINES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE.  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    IIMSUh-  ANCE.  MON&Y TO LOAN.  Greenwood. F.C.  HBflfl  UN ROE  DY, FRUIT ..CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Greenwood, J . C.  'i ���������i}- CANADIAN,' UANK OF  COMMERCE.  Grfk\twoot> P.O.  Seven kinds   of   good  bla^k tea;cand3r, gum et  South End Grocery. It!  KF ANAl-CM A NFV S  .   ^.l:u'i USS   Li HL  Strarge ���������"What price do yen set on  that red cow of yours?"  Mr. Haicede���������"See her*, mister, air  you an assessor, or has the been run ov  e.r by the railroad?"  THE GIANT  POWDER Co.,GO  High & Low Explosives  Gutta percha Fuse &  Caps  Electric Blasting   ap-  paratus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL., & VICTORIA B.-C^^_^  E P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 72. ftrfetawapd B.C.  HALLETT & SHAW   ~~  Barristers.  Greenwoc-d B. C.  Town Lots ie., it j; On**  Houses and Cabins to Rent.  GARLAND  & CO.  IRONBREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Whc-lesc irw ��������� Satisfy-  ing-  Noi - Vleholic.  THE [CEAL-AKERKCM. TGKW.  For sale at the-  licn Bottling Wcrlis.  Greenwood, 13. C.  TENDER MIf ATS.  FRESH FiSh^uTsTEJRS.  POULTR^-F&GAME.  AT TKElplw^ARICfT.  WALLPAPER  ���������. IN ENDLESSlVARIETY^  If in need of any, it will pay   j*ou   to  #&  t  inspect our stock.  J^u^j id JcL iTiiitirg.    tb<������fap Ifcates -iHF AEAi-O?-LA NEWS  '!  From page three.  located in the granulated slag dump.  The alag,washed down into the creek,  formed a dam which bached up the.water ano caused the main -channel t<  *hift next to the hill which faces the  creek on the east. Boundary Creek  was up to 5 ft. 5 in. over low water. At  this tiine the foot bridge at the pump  house went out.  3.C0 P. ffi.  The cribbing below the smolter >"tnr  went down. , A great many fence* were  washed out and Mr. KefTer's chicke������.  house went off its foundations; drowning many chickens.  4.00 P. M.  At this time the - creek was higher  than th^n it has been for seven years.  The water had backed up behind the  road to the C. P. R. station. JUfforts  were being made to save the road. The  creek at five o'clock was 6 ft. 2 in. a-  bove low water, which was a long  way above extreme high water to  date.  Try one-of < ur ������u.s.    xi x'ays.  subscription to "Anaconda News '  SG* a year, or .05 per ticket, good fori  ���������e#-ks.    By mail $1.00   per year.  ��������������������������������� * i .fp'*. *������������������  ,  GET A  I  THIS SPACE 7C CEKTS PER 4 WEEKS.  j  ty  Try Russell & Co.'tor boots   and ^  jr-hoes,  ty  % Hotel Vendome fca quiet snooze,  ��������� Greenwood Hotel for to get your  ty boczc.��������� X  -��������� But get -your job-done ar the AVA- Y  ty CONDA NEWS! %  t AttACGNDAfrEWS.  ^  ���������  *���������*>��������� '-.h'T  AJSAt i.MA NFV S  ENE.NG NOTES.  At the Helen,.likelj* to ium ruta rich  mine, they are racking rich ore rutilling from $"100.00 to $1.50.00 per ton.  This ore is from a fine lead.  EE.E7 If LIE ii  FINEST. MFC RTE  AT  CPAK  ffl  ^he Barbara, a   promising  prospect,  has been bonded.  Work is progies&ii-gctf the 80     foot  and 140 foot levels on     the     Klkhorn.  Therii-h oreis being  ���������* toped   out,   and  vshijm>nts naaderegu������arly.  The Providence is shipping to   Trail  about a car per week of rich ore.  .ftfcCOKEA.  J. T. McMrnnus,  rrcprieter.  THE  O. I. C,  0N^W.^'������EtoK_������MANDSTORF.     ,  %t%J^ *~k*p������ei S>. Grec-nvrco \ J5. C.    ^  DRUG CO.  For the Pure Stuff.  lvite6'tK*f ULtMI.  We have seme local g.own timothy  seed for spring setding. also agood as-  sortment of D. M. Ferry's seed. AH is  new btocK'.  r  mith & McEmn.  j  i\������.V;K iuJtl i inim ������.     C l.L4i*p tf_*i������ 8  'HP ANAr-oNIA NEWS  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR-  I-  ouKii's ffldAi Peren fbscl -  The hmt fuse in the world.  TKS RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELP  CO. LTD.  OUR LABEL  On a prescription is a guarantee  of  accuracy atad quality.  WHITE BROS.    Dispensing Chemists  GREENW00M.C.  fire insurance:,  real estate.  UKO. K. N A It Kit  MANAOING  DIRECTOR  INES  ���������  ������Iter.  At the B. C. Copper Go's smelter six  cars of converter machinery have arrived. Unloading began yesterday and  erection will sooa begir. Foundations  are entirely complete, so that no delay  will result from that source. _ The steel  converter stack has been connected up  with the dust chamber and is ready for  use. A new railing has been put on  the bridge connecting the offices with  the smelter.  HAM I LTO N  POWDER Co.  I     MONTREAL.  f  ~  ^High Explosives,  ��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder. ������������������������  ty Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.v  ~ FACTORY NANAIMO B. C.  E. W.Monk,  *  District Manager.  NELSON.   '  >  v  ty  ��������� ty


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