John Scott, a longshoreman, was found dead in bis cabin in the south part of town Sunday morning. An inquiry by Dr. Pare, R. N. W. M. P., held Monday morning at the morgue revealed the cause of death as apoplexy. Scott, or "Scotty," as he was known to
his associates, worked on the wharf until midnight of Saturday and was apparently in good health when he quit work and went to his home. He has worked for the W, P. & Y. R. for the
past six years.
John Scott was born in Scotland 51 years ago but had knocked about over
Canada and the United States since quite young. He was unmarried.
Burial was in the local cemetery Tuesday afternoon after short exercises
by Rev. H. A. Cody.