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 ew  imiiiiHiniHHi.il    _^nji|in_i  Vol 5.   No 13.  WATER QUESTION NUMBEI  WEDNESDAY   MARCH   8,    1905.  SPECIAL  5 c. per M������>nth  ater Question Again Oiseussei  System to Include Three Fire Cheap    Mining:    now    Being*  Hydrants���������Mains to j       Bone at .Rawhide���������Use  be Four Inch. i Black Powder.  The water question was discussed at  a well attended public meeting of the  citizens of Anaconda at Smith atid  McEwen's store on Friday evetoing  last.  Thk Water   Mains.  The proposed mains are to run down  Second St. toTacotna Ave., along Ta-  coma Ave. to Fifth St., up Fifth St. to  Denver Ave., up Denver Ave. to Sixth  St., and along Sixth St. to Everett  Ave.  The main to supply Greenwood is to  ruta dawn Everett Ave. and is of six  inch piping.    The Anaconda mains are  Continued on page 5.  At the Ra.whide mine. Supt. &. H.  Collims is using black powder only for  breakiug down ore in the gloryhole.  The holes, which are joften 25 feet  6eep* are drilled 20 to 25 feet back from  the face of the quarry and ^sprung"'  several times with "dynamite until a  chamber is formed at the bottom capable of holding many kegs of black powder. When blasted, a single hole will  break down enough ore to keep the  muckers busy a week or more. The  large blocks are drilled and blasted,  the small "bulldozed." While all the  work is done by hand, this method has  reduced cost to a minimum probabljf  not excelled in the Boundary. THE aNTV'ONDA  NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  1 rees look deader here now   than   at  this time last year.  Daily Spokane papers now   arrive   in  Greenwood at six P. M.  Regular passenger  service   over   the  Great Northern to Phoenix began   last  Sunday. : "  ;'~  If the   contract   for   tlie   Greenwood  L-ind Creek   water    system    is ''signed  I LT O  o.  OK  TREAL  I'gh Explosives. Blasting & tStumpj  't i i'g powder, Fuse, C a ps ���������&��������� Bhi s'ti ngj  Apparatus.  FACTORY NANAI-M'6-B.-C-.  and a-ppro\ed by the 'citizens 6f Ana-  conda. immediate 1 y. wo r k wH1-_-l*exs-sia.rt���������=  ed within a month,, j ^. '--:x 3  The Au r o r a B 6 re a 1 i s s e e n.. p 1 \: M o 11 d a \?  night portends another cold -snap. The  display.in the northern skies.was very  fine though only of a " pale greenish  color. It extended weli up towards  the zenith,; and was^ verybright,;���������"'-��������� "'���������'''���������'.x  The Curler's  The Curler's ball'given on Monday  evening was the social even tor" the season. ���������������������������-���������"    ''       ������������������'"     ���������     '   ��������� .   =.'��������� ' ���������.���������:"������������������-���������--.  The program consisting of alternate  wattzes a nd two steps began at .9.30  and continued until the early  hours   of  Continued on page 8.  "S-jF  E. W. Monk  Districr Manager      NEESON  When IDs-ink  PabsCCelebraied     Beer  For sale at the-  Greenwood Lia our Go.  'H T H IS AMACON-]) A=. NKMiS<  Snowfall ������ T*Hnperatur@,  February 27th to March   5th.  Snowfall in-:-.  Monday  Tuesday;  Wed n esd ay 1 -2*  Thursday ...  Friday ������������������  Saturday . .   .  Sunday ....  Total, W'^ 1-2  Forward 49 5-8  T������. Date 50 1-8  On Ground   0  ���������' last Wk     1-2?  Decrease 1-2  Coldest       Waring  M  T  W  T  F  S  s  W'k  Rec.  28  32  25  24;  24  ">2  22  19  M  T  W  T  F  S  s  43  49  52  48  49  52  54  Mean   C.  W'k,. 25  W'k   54  Rec.   98  Mea n W.  W'k 48  * Precipitation in the form of rain;  F:guresjgiven as '���������snawfan1' are only  approximate.  'i Average between snow on ground  on south slcp* and on north.  ������������������������  0nM<  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationery   Wallpaper,Etc.  **S=  y  Fin������ * Furniture  rcn isdsieatts  AT .THE  A. L. WKite & Co.  i*iK6  :5&  \.  Delivery to all ;plac*  es in  Anaconda .and .  Greenwood.   Try. our.  Creamer������ Butter  ^_  r  THE   BANK  OF   BRITISH^ NORTH  AMERICA  Green wood.B. C. TH E AJSmCONDA N E Vi\S  CUI/TUS   HEHE  ''It's easy enough to make friends,"  growle . the dyspeptic, "but it's hard  to keep them."  "Oh, I don't know," replied the jo-  vigl fat man who was notoriousl)* generous. "I find that nearly all my  friends are satisfied to let me keep  them."  Yci: C n't forget The News.  Booksellers���������Stationers  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  Coles & Frith  'Phone 'No. 33  j  i  8NES, REAL ESTATE, FSRE,  LBFE  &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONEY TO LOAN  Greenwood. B. G.  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELQ GO  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Ml  ���������erctiJi m  THE BEST FUSE IN THE WORLD  ^-i_;-Ci^.^^;������_-_-i-_^  S3  I  x  %  1  snvei  Tryst  FIRE INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE, &  If*  5  cry  8  K  ������  8  'i  3  *  S  >D |  1SG.  R. NADFN  PPER ST.  MNG. DIRECT*  GREINWOC  THE CANADIAN BANK *'F  COMMERCE  Grkekwoood  Dr. R. Hathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  ..j. THE ANACOND A N E WS  o  WATER QUESTION.        From page 1  to be four inch, with the exception of  a piece run down Tacoma Axe. which  is   to-.be two inch pipe.  Pi pe 1 i n es a re to be ri> n dow n Butte  and Omaha Ayes. when.necessary, als@  down Denver. Key hydrants-wjll be  put in for the use of a������y party of three ;  or more families who have no water  service in their houses. These will be  put in alonfg the entire system.  CH A RGBS  FOJS; W At������K.  Key hydrants will be free for a year.  The rent will then be 50 per month  per   family.      Water  service   will   be  ���������<r#ntma���������Nl &n page 6.  i_  a  fck  is deyided by three and the  result   put  down in the table as   "rain"   to   date.  | Interesting temperature   averages  are  also given.  Total snowfall  for winter. _. ...������.50 1-8  before Jan. 1, 'OS.... .25  during; 1905.........25 1-8  '���������    percipitation as "fain," '05.  8 1-3  Warmest day for 1905���������Mar.  5..  54  Coldest day for winter���������Feb. 10.-19  "   av. week min ��������� Feb 33-19.. -1 3:^  "     %        ���������* '  max.���������Jan 9-15.7   fb  "    general average of  maximum   Jc  minimum col.���������rw'k Jan 9-15.'..'.    4 1-2  Gen. a v. mats. Sr miri. foi*win.;.  26 3-9  The thermometer did not get above   32  during the weeks,Dec. 19-25, Jan.  9-15,  Jan. 30 - Feb. 5, Feb. 6-12, Feb. 13-19.  SUMMARY  Of Weather Report for   Winter.  Interesting Table  Of Averages.  The following is a summary   of   the  snowfall of the winter,   for 4905,   etc.  The  total  sa^wfaH  for 1905   so  far  PHONE NO, 13  Bdnnspiftsnii  a XltfO^NS^CONDA 'N&WS'  WATER'QTTESTION.        From pa^e5  $1 00 per *non<th for a four roorti-boiLse,  andS1.50for larger. Garden service  with outside standpipe S3.00 extra pet-  year. All "water-service is'-to be free  for the first vear.  FIR K ,PItOTKGTlOX.  The greenwood tire team is to re-  spon.;. lo all Anaconda calls. A fee of  five dollars will be charged to cover expenses.  Fire hydrants are to be put in at the  corner of Sixth and Everett Sts.. Second and DenvcS^-.. and Fifth and  Denver Sts.  Street   G kadi no.  A grade for the -streets:-wrt 1 ha-ve to  be esta-bHsheri^bef ore pipe can be la id.  The actvali gr^dilfig would^ cost?^ over  si,000.00. The total cost of the work  will be in the neighborhood ������f $151000,  of which above $1^,000.00:will be spent  in Anaconda.  Read our ad^errisments^-It will pay  vott.r'  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  %  I  M  kiX  m  f  ;-jr-v<iU.^-r.''.-l  / THE ANACONDA NEWS  OTE'S. J S  .������������������The Highland-Oueen-nbove Atiacon-  ch\ on the'west side has been bonded  wet development work is about to  start. . It-has a fine quartz lead aiid  >.h������vw?s up" good values in gold and silver. .'.:���������������������������  Y YUSLL  Development on the Helen is likely  1<> be resumed shortly. We may look  to see |t. on-the shipping list in a few  months.  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE.  Copper Street, Green vvood,   B.   C.  &. c  o  During   the   Oyster ��������� {season,   which   is  now on, we will kiep a supply  of fresh  You Cannot Have  C^-M A-  " If  you tlse'  White's Wit eh NazSI Cream  WHITE   BROS.  Dispensing Chemists. Greenwood  TOWN LOTS SELMNS  CHEAP  Ho us e s  ik cabins  to      rent  A Car of the Celebrated FIVE ROSES  FLOUR Just Received at���������  This      is  the eom-  >sk  ing [Owt(v  GARLAND  & CO.  _���������,  ���������ubscription to   "Anaconda News"  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year.  Phone 21  GAUNCE &��������� WICK WIRE  rv  Real Estate.  Man  Fire & 1 ife Insurance* .9  THE ANACONDA NEWS  - -'���������:* :���������;-.Vi;-..-_t-^^;i������������J".���������-..'.���������"'V'w''-''''������������������  X/ing^  Flay "Paul Kauvar."  East night an enthusiastic audiance  trathered to hear Mr. Harold Nelson in  his famous part of Paul Kauvar. Mr.  Nelson was ably supported by his company. Mr. Yule in Dodolphe Potin  comes near being a star himself, and  gave the audiahce ^-reat pleasure by  his quaint humor. Miss Scott as Diane  yra* lovely. The<Sosttimes representing  France in her giory were appropriate  and beautiful.  OLD   COINS  BOUGHT  SOLD   OR  EXCHANGED  MARTIN   ANDERSON  Something1 New Arriving   Every    Day  Dress Goods, Prints, Laces, Ladies' Blouses, Ladies' Golf Waists, Ladies' & Children's Shoes.  New Goods add New Prices.  RENDELL&CO.  Greenwood. B. C.  CURLER'S BAEE.  From page 2  morning. The dancers presented a  prett3'picture of soft col or and jrr3C fuj  motion. The ladies donned their most  festive att ire. There were sv ftlv ch'r-g-  ing draperies in black, charmingly  simple costumes in white, and a dainty  touch of color given by the costumes  in rose, blue.and pink. The hosts were  very genial and strove to make the  evening one of unalloyed pleasure for  all present. The curler's ball will be  long reme.nbered as a most pleasant  evening among many pleasant affairs  in Greenwood.  JU Hunter Kendrick co-������*  Ask for "Tiger Brand" Boys Suits and  Odd   Knickers.      Double   Seated   and  Double Kneed.    Our Prices are Right

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