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 I  ������������������.'���������'"������������������'y. vm  Vol 4.   No 5-6-S7.  WETNF.S-I* ?.  /IC I ST 24.   1904.  BIO WRECK  5 c. per M-asith.  cars piled up on top of   .t.      A     small  wourtain of ore was   thrown   on     the  track in front of th������ engine  ar.*d   quart*  Sliay Engine St   28    Ore   titles mixed up with ihe   wnck   of the  Cars Slashed. ^ J^j^t;;��������� _-**���������*'"  A wreck occured at Denoro City yesterday morning in which one of the  three shay loco.notives operating on  the Grand Forks-Phoenix line and 23  loaded ore cars were completely destroyed.  The loaded train of 24   cars   was   de- |     Many Boundary towns   are short  of  scending a very steep grade  some   dis- ( w������ter, on av.com<t of th~ prolonged  dry  WATER FAMINE  May be had in Bounds  ary Towns.  tince above theOro Denoro mine when  for some reason the ah* brakes failed  to operate. The hand brakes were  then tri*.d but proved insufficient to  hold the train. As a last resort the e: -  gine was reversed. The result of this  was that the cogs were torn off of the  driver wheels leaving nothing to hold  the car". The train then rushed down  the steep grade and the engine jumped  the track on a  sharp curve.     It   was  spell. For over a month not a drop of  rain has f.-lien in thisdisr c , and for  the entire summer-there ha������ beeu an  unusual scarcity of ra:r.���������  Boundary Creek is now fi ve inches  below low watermark and other creeks  are correspondingly lowr.  Phoenix has been threatened with wa  ter famine for some time, and Nelson  and Rossland are both abort. Greenwood has not yet felt the effeets of the  torn to small pieces and   twesty-threej Continued an page 6  gE^ T**-F: ANACONDA NEWS  AECUT 1CUN  from a trip R\vri.*toke adti N������'l*ot'.  with  S The Guess Block on Copper St.,  j Greenwood, is beivg remodeled. A  ! new front will be put iir.  No News appeared last week   as   the  Editor was seriousH' ill.  The hills   are a   ain    covered  smoke from forest fires.  The heavy ro*d scale at McNWa old j Uy fhtf eRs{ ofl  ^a1urdfiy>  feed store has been removed.  Public sshool  started   in   both   Anaconda and Greenwood on Mo  d������__v.  Mr.   F.  Ktffe.1   returned      veaterday  |     Mr. L. A. Wing who has been a viait-  lorin the Be ni.darv f<-r some   time   left  Dr. Walker of the Miu:we* Fepa^t-  mertt of the University of Toronto was  in the Douridary last week  ff_=E  <$tytytyty$'$><&'$ty<&<&$$>&ty$4'&Q<Z*'&ty%r4r&  t    HAM ILTO IM   !  POWDER Co.    t  ONTREAL     I  ty  ty  ty  ^High Explosives, %  Blasting & Stumping Powder.__  <$.  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.^  ty ty  t FACTORY NANA.EttO B. C. I  B. W. Monk  ���������  ty  District Manager  XEXSOM  ty  tytytyG  t**ont irm^d 011 page 6.  ������������������������������������>��������� ^w  BEST TABLE IN  B. C.  FINEST I^PORTEX   DRINKS  AT  B\  _P  iTf-L   Ws_,s*,_^  amaoomoa  J, H. MeMannus,  Proprietor.  You will always find us in the   same  - - ��������� ���������-   ���������-     ^mi/V    --....-.  WHITE    BROS.  Try oi.ecf cur u.ca.    it Pays. TILE AN AC<.4*H>A ��������� N E-WS  ������_��������� .. ��������� .���������.    ������������������-���������������������������-    i.���������_���������. __  {satehC-r ipiit-u-to   "Aniiu-uda News"  ,50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  weeks.    By mail $l.G0per year.  \k  LSifi.  Greer wood B.C  IT  'Phone No. 2  INES, REAL ESTATE, ^.���������_,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT     INSU  ANCE  MON&Y TOLCAI*  Greenwood, B. <���������'.  Creek h Ights-Hainfall.  August   8th to August 14ih.  ft.  iXaiufaT.  in  \1 ....  r  W  L  I. A  __>  S  Total  For'd 17 3-8  **o   xaui .���������������     _  -1   in.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  Coldest  Warmest 96  NOTE���������See   page   six     for     Creek  E ightsiTable for week beginning Aug-  tiS   15i!vahd encUr.g* Atsgrst 21st.  in  _i  JL  _2  __>  -o  -3  -4  MUSIC OF ALL KINDS AT  ������_*_!___#*->'*   1.3        Tofos  "    ������To 3^17 3-8  HEADOUARTKKS FOK  Books, Stationery, Cfft. e supplies   and  Wallpaper  COLES & FRITH  GAUNCJEr.& WICKMTRE).  Re?l Esr't.ntc.       Fire & L ifc Ir.sr.rancc. ^WV AN.VONl>A NEWS  Lli.'l InS   1-ijL.LL  A Jew rushed up to a ticket agent  and said, "Gimme a tieket to Springfield." The ticket agent sa::% "What  Springfield? Sprint*field. Illirois, or  Springfield, Missouri?" The Jew said,  ���������'Vitch is the cheapest?"  FR0VIMG1IL   ASSAYER  Specialties:���������Checking    Smelter  tur������is, Concr titration,- Cyanide  and Amnlgairiation 'IVrts.  A CARLOAD OF  Greenwood. B. f\  ������  WE-AIRE SOLE AGENTS FOR-  11  n  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE  3   ;   r     \ H^uli r i * S !l$i Mnr  rs*i  The Lest i'uH<y fr. fT-e world-.  _r=j r-^\.*\9.rMSupnxrr^t^as������9 y Jt.^  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULF1ELD  CO. LTD.  S-KPSK-HSHB���������355-3  IRON   BEDS   AND     MATTRESSES. !  __    fi.  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationery-  WaJltJaF������\Etc.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  Grkekwood P.C.  '.���������������������������   V *J     ...  Sur. scribe for the Anaconda News.  p������;>_x^K.o-:>_K'<__a_a-K^.Qag_^_a_.& >K^::o^y.vvxvxvxv_v>-<vxvs.'vv^-  f_=" -.  .(ft  S3  5*5  6������  FIRE INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE, &  5 N _ S  1  2  G. K. NADEN    MNG. LI RECTOR |  CuPPEK-ST.   , GREENWOOD g  I  s  !  __BH HE ANACONDA   NEWS  [MING NOTES.  On the Silver Cloud the owners are  putting in pumping machinery and intend to rush development.  Development work is progressing  favorably on the Silver King. It is  hoped that shipments will so*,*, he con -   -  i  menced. j  -LLiiA-kK   <F    l.Rl'iiShl    NORTH  AMERICA  Creeii wood.B. G.  ~For JOB WORK fry tftsT  _������  -���������.+>:_g  On the Bay a shaft is beirg sunk   b  strike the lead at depth.  THE   GIANT  POWDER Co  UA-liLETT & SHAW  Barristers  Greenwood B. C.  S.BARRYJfUILL  Practical WaUl maker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green wee d,   B.   C.  STAPLE & FANCY���������  AT  Smith & Melwen  High and Low Explosives, Gutta   Per-  cha Fuse and Caps.    Electric  Blasting  Apparatus.  factories at giant  &. clipper g;.������=������ cal,  & victoria   b. c.  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET  Tel A. 73. ������ree*?wDod B.C.  Town Lots Selling Cheap  Hcuses and Cabins to Kent  GARLAND  &, CO. ������������������**#*���������  &N..AC4y&;!WV  Nft~*S  AFOLT  TOWN. Frrmpage2.  Mr. Geo. Maynard is building a  house on his recently purchased lots  between the C. P. JR. aad Boundary  Creek.  in three day* two wetfks asro- and has  continued t������ go down. Should the  present dry weather continue much  longer a serious water fimine for ma-  ay Boundary towns is su*e to b������ the result.  Mi*. Milton A. L*>hner of lh<*   MMh*r  Lode, store-went Ao Banff mi   Siturday!     NOTE���������S*e page   thre*   f r    Creek  last.    After a visit to Glacier   he   will j & ight������ Table for .wc-k b --sHuning Aug-  go to Sprikane for a time. i i������������' Sth and ending August 14th.  WATER FAMINE. From page 1.  dry season, but will if it is continued  loHg. Lind Creek is dry below Butt*  Ave. in Aaaconda. and contains barely  sufficient I'bove to supply the town.  In Phoenix flumes and ditches have  been built to various spring* to furnish  more water. Marsh?.-11 Lake which ordinarily supplies Phcen'X fell   two feet  ft.    in.ERainfall.  in  $t'i  r������tt������3*  m ��������� ��������� - '  When.I Drink Pabst Celebrated  Beer  For sale at the-  Gdeenwood Liquor Co.  Twotabhs apprar this time as a r *  uilt of the non-publication of Th*  News last week. This week's table is  nrinted below.  A  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  ��������� TI"L*"*"W"*-'J"���������T  Coldest  Warmest  Dr. R, Ma this on  Dentist  Greenwood

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