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 ������������������-W..JL.1.  Vol 5. No 10.  WErNESI'^y,   FEBRUARY 15.   1905.  5 c. per M^nth  ire m  Two of the Best Hotels in Phoenix Completly Destroyed���������Total Iioss Over $20,000���������Only $2,000 Insurance.  Yesterday morning at 9.30 A. M. a  fire started in the lower town of Phoenix that looked as if it might destroy  the entire citv.  Fighting thb Firk.  For a time no water was obtainable, as the city tire supply has long  been dry. Hose connections were e-  ventually made with the large tanks  at the Granby .nine, into which water  is pumped from the deeper workings,  but not until the flames had gotten a  goo start. Two hotels were burned  to the ground and a barbershop badly  scorched before the fire was pt*t under  control late in the afternoon.  Probable Eosses.  The  total   losses   will    likly   exceed  $30,000.00. on which there   is   only   a-  bout $2,000.00 insurance.  The Brooklyn Hotel which was the  largest of the doaen or more hotels in  Phoenix, was burnt first. It was a  three story building 36X65 feet in size,  and contained 30 rooms. Mr. E. P.  Shea was the proprietor. At the time  of the fire the Brooklyn contained o-  ver $3,000.00 worth of liquor, none of  which was saved. The hotel was insured for $2,000.00 and was totally destroyed.  The Phoenix Hotel was valued at a-  bout $8,000.00. It had no insurance  and was a total loss. , The barber shop  was not seriously damaged.  Forced to Leave.  Five men who had been working  em  Continued on page 6.  ������������������V,/A?'--.1.\>Sili.'*H THK aN'ACONDA  NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  '���������Your Neighbor's Wife"' was given  at the Auditorium on Thursday.  The water mains on Copper Street  were put out of business by Jack Frost  last. week.  Mr. McEwen is building a cabin on  Sixth St. The sound of the hammer is  welcome in Anaconda,  Water for the use of 'he < . P. R.   in  HAMILTON  POWDER  Co.   OF ��������� ���������  ONTjREAL  |Hi^h Explosives. Blasting & Stump]  i.iyr Powder, Fuse, Caps & Blasting)  Apparatus.  FACTORY NANAIMOB. C.  E. W. Monk  District Manasrer       NE  Eholt Is  now being hauled    frd.n    Midway.-a distance of 18 mMes..          Water boxes in- Anaconda are frozen  solid. The pipes connecting them  were saved by shutting off the supply  main.  The mother of Mr. WiNon of t'\r  J'-l. C. Copper Go's office force spent "the  last two weeks in this citv. HVr ho-re  is not far from Frank. Albcr'a.  You Cannot Have  CHAPPED HAN  If   you Use  White's Witeh Hazil Cream  WHITE   BROS.  Dispensing Chemists .Greenwood  BEST TABLE IN  B.C.  FINEST IMPORTED   DRINKS  AT  TEL  ANACONDA  Jos. Bauer.  Proprietor. THE ANACONP A NF  WS  ffi  February 6th to February 12th  ������n.  1-8  1-2  Snowfall .  Monday  Tuesday  W7ednesda \  Thursday  Friday  Satu .i ty  Sunday  ���������:   1.   W'k  Forward  To Date 47 1-8  On Ground 8 1-2  '* last Wk 8 1*2  Decrease        0  Coldest  10  M  T  -A  w  T  F  S  s  w  45 1  11  10  -1  -19  -11  -9  -19.  Rec.-K*  iVTe'ui   C  W'k-3-7  Warm't  M 25  T 32  \V 34  T 32  F 15  S 11  S 17  W'k 34  Rec. 98  rr       I  f  Mean W.  W'k  24  -/  * The thermometer went down to  -19 last Friday. This is one degree.  b low the record of Jan. 11 and two  below that of Feb.  1.  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationery   W^allpaper.Etc.  ��������� *h  Flue Furniture  Iron Bedsteads  A. L. White & Co.  \,  ���������\  Delivery to all places in Ar. aeon da and  Greenwood.   Try our  %#I  COII16I   y        %WMmm&*  r  THE   BANK   OF   BRITISH   NORTH  AMERICA  Greenwcod,B. C B-H  THE AJ^CONDA  NEWS  CUL.TUS   HERE  "My son." said a fur.ner to his son  who was tiking off the. outer portion  of a peice or cheese, "I eat  rind."  "All right," replied the young hopeful, ''I'm cutting I his off for you."  Read our advcrtisn.euts-   It will  pay  V"U.  Booksellers���������Stationers  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  Coles & Frith  'Phone No. 33  .Some new ornaments (two shown-, a-  bove.) and G point Century Expanded  Type received this week at The New.s  of lice.  Try us for Job Work.  &  RUS3ELL-LAW-CAULF1ELD GO.  SOLFJAGEN'S FOR  Mil's M Percfn Fi  THE BIST FOSE IN THE WORLD  '4  '4  3  ^_>.>-:_uX'._X-<S-_-i:^:/a/������^  8-  an  FIRE INSUR  ANCE, RIAL  ESTATE.     &  IN_S  P G. R. NADEN     MNG. DIRECTOR |  I CuPPICRST.  GREENWOOD *4  hi/.  oo.  >&tttta&?ZK&.?{S.>y.*5CttS5<Ks.l  .������JX-������Ci'Xi\v.:v  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  G-K 'HNVVOO >   i  Dr. H. Matkison  Dentist  t reei. wood. THE ANACONDA' NEWS  G NOTES  < in "the Barbara a fine rich lead of  iro!r> ore has been struck running over  ?15o.{>(.) to the ton. A carload will soon  b-- ������.hb*p**d to the Trail smelter.  The E. P. U. increased its force to o-  v-r .70 men.  On ihe Go'!d Hug a contract has been  let 10 Martin Hale, for driving a 300  f. ������������������>*  ' "in nel.  S&. Cc  Durii'LT   'he   Oyster ��������� Sea-son,   which   is  no a on. we will k zep a. supply   of fresh  ������tt@f  28 Better  feep Better  WlunlDrink   Pabst Celebrated     Beer  For sale at the-  Greenwood Liqour Co.  S. BARRYJYUILL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green wood.   B.   C.  4  Do you eat Pickles?  We have 'em  heints  In bulk  at 25 cents   per   dozen  The finest you ever saw  INES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONEY TO EOAN  Greenwood. B.C.  Smith & fUcEwen  Phone-21  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B.C. THE AmCONhA NEWS  S20.000.00 FIRE.  Fro in first page.  Anaconda  School.  night shift and were sleeping at the  Brooklyu Hotel were forced to leave  precipitatly and go to the nearby clothing store to be re-outfitted. No o.ie  was injured.  This was the most severe fir������ the city  of Phoenix has yet experienced.  GAIJNCE & WICK WIRE  The Mart  Real Estate.  Inspector Wilson paid hisofrlcial visit to the Anaconda school, and it is expected an even better report will be  j_ri\en than that of last year. He requested that an exhibit of pupils' work  from this school be sent to the Teacher's Convention to be held at Revel-  stoke B. C.  The Eagle's ball given at the Masonic Hall last night was I irgly attended.  Fire <v I ife Insurance.  HI Hunter Kendrick **���������������*���������  TOWN LOTS SELLING  CHEAP  TtfBM*  This 'is  the cinn-  ing town

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