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Saturday Morning, July 2, IQ2I.
(Br Awmclawd Preaa)
The Pas, Man., July, 1. Gold fe
ver has temporarily displaced ex
citement here incident to the rush to
the oil fields, and prospectors are
leaving daily for the scene of the
reported rich mineral strike.
Reports of ore bodies rich in gold
content having been uncovered come
from several sections, but the rich
est is reported at Elbow Lake in the
Athapapuskow Lake mineral area
iind east of the famous Gordon Dyke
discovered last summer. Elbow
Lake is about 200 miles northeast
of the Pas.
Mining men who have visited the
spot have returned here with an ac
c ount of a vein sixty feet wide
wherein free gold is freely seen.
Until it is stripped, they declare,
tiowever, it is possible only to ap
proximate the value and tonnage.
Other prospectors who visited the
region following the report of the
strike declare that a mineral body
forty feet "de and traced for 350
feet in length has been uncovered,
throughout which free gold is hea
vily deposited. One prospector had
two pounds of ore, of which the gold
content was estimated at not less
than two per cent. Thsce samples
are considered the richest ever
brought here.
Another strike, the exact location
of which is vague, also has thrown
Peace River into the throes of gold
fever. The cause of the excitement
was the recent arrival of a party
who investigated a claim which fur
nished an oM Indian trapper, about
70 miles northeast of here, with a
number of small nuggets.
sprrlal to the Kn
Princeton, July 1. Twenty under
graduates of Princeton University
will spend their summer vacations
or part of them in attending the
great university of American indus
try that is they are going to work
wherever they can get a job in or
der to study the conditions of wage
earners and their relations with
their employers.
They intend to live, eat and sleep
as other laborers and wage earners.
I Every week they will meet in
groups to discuss the things they
have learned and prepare a report
to be given to other college men and
future employers. One of the pur
poses is to see if they can discover
means of improving the conditions
of the wage earners.
For six weeks before the univer
sity closed, 66 Princeton men volun
tarily attended a course of lectures
in which they listened to speakers
alternately representing the stand
point of labor and capital. They
studied books on industrial condi
tions to equip them for their effort
to deal with what they regard as
perhaps the greatest problem fac
ing America and Europe today.
They say they do not hope to rev
olutionize the conditions of the wage
earners but they do hope to be able
to make to employers and capital
ists a few suggestions gained from
first-hand knowledge of conditions
in American industries.
The plan was suggested by Sher
wood Eddy, a Young Men's Christian
Association secretary who lectured
here on social problems.
Some of the Princeton men al
ready are at work in New York,
Philadelphia, Denver, Minneapolis
nd other cities. They agreed that
in charge secured positions for more
than one-half of the applicants and
these were given to men who were
working their way through college.
The rest are seeking their own
Princeton is not the only college to
adopt the plan but is taking one of
the most active parts in carrying it
out. Last summer a group of Cal
ifornia students worked in Denver,
following a plan something like that
which the Princeton men will at
(By Associated Prea)
Moorehaven. July 1. Judge Al
ton B. Parker, of New York, one
time democratic nominee for the pre
sidency, is having a handsome bun
galow built at his farm east of this
place, where he has had 500 acres of
sugar cane planted, Judge Parker
left last week for the east after hav
ing spent a few days here inspect
ing his property.
Grand Theater Today.
Bryant Washburn's latest picture,
at the Grand theater today is an
adaptation of Fred Jackson's stage
success, "A Full House." This is a
farce-comedy which carries a poker
title and offer the star and his capa
ble company plenty of opportunities
to amuse the spectator. Mr. Wash
burn plays the pftrt of a young new
ly-wed, who is forced to recover a
packet of sentimental letters for his
friend, Penbroke, in order that the
latter might be married to Daphne,
with no tangible evidence lying
around. Nowell is safely on the
train when he accidentally sits down
Geologists About to Make a Probe,
Edmonton, Alta., July 1. A geo
logical party has left Edmonton foffnone 0f them should accept a job if
the northwest Territories to make adhv so doine he threw out of emnloy
thorough examination of the struct
ural formations of the north in the
interest of a big syndicate represen
ting British, Canadian, American
and European capital.
T.He saWices of a topographer,
"a&S nd the necessary assis-
Irry out a schedule of re-
ment another man. The committee
out have been secured, but no de
tails are available regarding the de
stination of the party.
Dr. J. J. O'Neill, well known geol
ogist, who recently returned to Ca
nada from Burma, accompanied the
which has been mapped 1 jarty.
f ' I
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Let Us Supply You With
Delicious Ice Cream
for your 4th of July Dinner and Parties..
We make our own Ice Cream and Candies
that's why they are so good.
Ice Cream, Candies, Cigars, Cold Drinks of all
with a crook. When he reaches home
the men pick up the wrong bags. -And
great is the pretty spouse's
surprise, when she opens it to find a
complete burglar outfit as well as
some Btolen jewelry. Complications
build until nearly everyone is sus
pected. The crook comes -to regain
his bag and ib caught but only after
a policeman has locked everybody in
with the warning "You can come in
but you can't go out!" The picture
is breezy and bright and uncorks a
deal of fun. Mr. Washburn makes
the most of every scene. James
Cruze has given the picture an ade
quate production from Alice Eyton's
Rutland Savings, Bank, a corpo
ration under the laws of the State
of Vermont, having filed its Bill in
the Circuit Court, Putnam County,
Florida, in chancery, on June 21st,
A. D. 1921, against Mary D. Yel
vington and Henry M. Yelvington,
her husband, C. C. Sims and Alice
Sims, his wife, John H. Pitt, Currie
Manufacturing Company, a corpora
tion under the laws of the State of
Florida, The American Agricultural
Chemical Company, a corporation un
der the laws of the State of Con
necticut, and the East Florida Sav
ings & Trust Company, a corpora
tion under the laws of the State of
Florida, to foreclose a mortgage on
the SEK of NEtt and NE4 of SEtt,
Section 25, Township 10, South Range
27 East, excepting therefrom a re
servation of 25 feet from the Easter
ly side and a 20 foot reservation from
the Southside of SE of NE, and
a 20 foot reservation from the North
side of NEU of SE, said strip of
land to be used for the purpose of
highways, containing 80 acres, more
or" less, in Putnam County, Florida,
and it appearing from the return of
the Sheriff of Orange County, Flo
rida, made on the alias summons is
sued in said cause, that service was
not made on said Currie Manufactur
ing Company, one of the Defendants
in said cause, because the officers and
agents of said Corporation were un
that Currie Manufacturing Company,
a corporation under the laws of the
State of Florida, one of the Defen
dants in said cause, appear on Au
gust 1st, A. D., 1921, and defend
said action.
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Platka Daily News, a newspaper
published in said County and State.
- Done and ordered this July 1st, A.
D., 1921. '
Judge, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
Putnam County, Florida.
July 2-9-16-23-30.
Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery
At Attractive Prices
Let us make you .an Organdy Hat
Pretty ones at $6.00 each
Hemstitching and Picoting
Cotton 10c; Silk 12 lr2c yard
320 South Ocean Front
Rooms and Board - First Class Meals
Shore Dinners a Specialty
. MRS. C. H. NUTTING, Proprietress '"
Phone 388 P.O. Box 314
Have You Tried
Our Bread ?
If you have not, try it and see for your
self how good it is. Hot rolls from 11 a. m. to
7 p. m. daily.
Sanitary Bakery
Palatka's New and Best Bakery
Out Today
New Victor Records
July 1921
An Open Secret
Quartet in C Minor Allegretto (Brahms)
Sonnambula Come per me sereno (Oh! Love, for'Mc Thy Power)
Serenade (Dole-Moszkowski)
Favorita Spirto gentil (Spirit So Fair)
Gypsy Airs, No. 1 (Sarasate Violin
Melody in A Major (General Chas. G. Dawes) Violin
Don Carlos Dio, she nell' alma infondere (Infuse Friendship Into O
Beneath the Moon of Lombardy
Prelude in G Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff Piano
Turkish March (from "The Ruins of Atthens") Piano
Symphony No. 1, in C Major Finale (Beethoven)
Lore Sends a Little Gift of RoPes
Monastery Bells
It Was the Time of Lilac
I'm Going to Marry 'Arry on the Fifth of January
O'er the Hills to Ardenteny
Marche Romaine
(1) Garotte in B Flat (Handel) (2) Giga (3) Second Gavotte (Sapel
Salut d'Ariiour (Love's Greeting) Whistling
Invitation Waltz Whistling '
(1) Hearenly Aida.. (2) Heaven May Forgive You (3) Habanera
(1) Song to the Evening Star (2) Toreador Song (3) Soldiers'
Pucker Up and Whistle
Home Again Blues .
The Legend Medley Waltz
Mello 'Cello Waltz
Held Fast in a Baby's Hands
Nobody's Rose
Wait Until You See My Madeline
Peggy O'Neil
Crooning Fox Trot
I'll Keep on Loving You Fox Trot
Just Keep a Thought for Me Fox Trot
I Like It All By Myself Medley Fox Trot
My Old Kentucky Home and Old Black Joe
Down in Arkausaw
President Harding March
National Capital Centennial March. A
1.75 ,
Number Size Price
Frances Alda 64960 10 $1.25
Flonzaley Quartet 74685 12 1.75
Amelita GalU-Curci 74644 12
Mabel Garrison 64966 10
Beniamino Gigli 74688 12
Jascha Heifetz 74689 12
Fritz Kreisler 64961 10
ur Souls, Oh Lord)
Giovanni Martinelli and Giuseppe De Luca 89160 12
John McCormack 64962 10
Sergei Rachmaninoff 64963 10
01 ga Samaroff 64965 10
Arturo Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra 74690 12
Reinald Werrenrath 64964 10
Merle Alcock)
Elsie Baker) 45247 10 '1.00
Sir Harry Lauder)'
Sir Harry Lauder) 55138 12 1.50
Victor Orchestra)
Victor Orchestra) 18754 10 .85
Margaret Mctfee)
Margaret McKee) 18755 10 . .85
Victor Orchestra
(4) Woman is Fickle)
Victor Orchestra) 18759 10 .85
Billy Murray)
Aileen Stanley) 18760 10 .85
Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra)
Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra) 18761 10 ' .85
Henry Burr)
William Robyn) 18763 10 .85
' Victor Roberts)
Victor Roberts) 18764 10 .85
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago)
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago) 18765 10 .85
AH Star Trio and Their Orchestra)
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra) 18766 10 .85
Ford Hanford)
Myers and Hanford) 18767 10 .85
United States Marine Band) '
United States Marine Band). ...18768 10 .85
- (4) Mlsere
Chorus (from ."Faust")

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