Frc-- CI RCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42. No. 28. WHITEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 jAr Subscription $3.00 Year. WHITEHORSE BEARS LOSE CLEARING COMPANY AGAIN- - TO 691st MEDICALS "B" DEFEAT WHITEHORSE SOFTBALL TEAM 8-- 7. BEARS 14.4. (By Adrian P. Spidle) (By Adrian P. Spidle) The 691st Medicals "B" softball Sergeant Matthews' 691st Clear- ing team beat the Whitehorse Bears in Company (Medicals) softball a close game last Monday evening by a score of 8-- 7. North hurled a team made it nine in a row over the good game in allowing his oppositi- on Whitehorse Bears in a Sunday even- ing only nine hits and seven runs game played at Sports Field. but lady luck was on his side for Dodo Derosiers pitched a steady nearly all the breaks went his way. game for the Medicals giving up North throws a fast ball that is only seven hits and four runs and in cither missed or hit hard, mostly addition gave up no bases on balls. the former, but his control is not John Chalmers for the Bears started good as such excellent pit- chers yet as the with and game a sore arm pit- ched Dodo Derosiers, Marion as fairly well conidering the poor and John Chalmers. Spidle Bargel, support given, him by his team was on the mound for the Bears and mates. did fairly well in giving up eight The outstanding stars of the game runs and eight hits but his support was none too good as has been the CHINA AT WAR: STUDENTS CORPS EN ROUTE. FOR FRONT were two of Coach Matthews most ,sad state of affairs faced by nearly Since the outoreak of war. over 200,000 young Chinese men and promising young men, Snortstop Adams and Centerfieder Norm Lan- ger. have trained work front. all Bear chuckers this season. women to on every Both these boys had four hits The Medicals grabbed the lead in PROGRAM COMMITTEE FIVE JAP DESTROYERS Out of four trips to the plate in- cluding their half of the first inning and SPONSOR SUCCESSFUL PUT OUT OF ACTION a home run each with two held on to it for the rest of the game DANCE FOR CANADIAN runners on base. Adams also con- nected but the locals threatened to take OFF THE ALEUTIANS. RED CROSS FUND. for a second homer with two in the last three when over inpings on bringing his runs batted in total fell The U. S. navy department has tallied five but they they times, The newly organized Program to eight out of a possible fourteen of the in announced that on July 4 and 5 five one run short tieing score Committee .whose officers are Miss which is a good average in any the ninth. Helen McEachem, Miss Audrey Japanese destroyers were put out of league. " The, game was such thai a North was a one man ball club for Ryder and Mr. Adrian Spiddle are action off the Aleutian Islands. Two local wag suggested that it be re- corded the following accomplishments must to be congratulated upon ' the signal were sunk and another set on fire as Langer & Adams defeat be accredited to him for thi$ game: success which they achieved in the Bears for between them these by torpedoes at Kiska, one of the First, he managed the winning team, sDonsorine the dance held in the lads accounted for all their teams them to their victory and Rat Islands of the western Aleutians pitched i Masonic HaU last Friday evening in scores. contributed three hits incuding a and two others in the same Red Cross group. aid of the Canadian The only Whitehorse player to ac- complish homer and four runs to the final ; ; o-- ' Fund. anything of note was Sec- ond score. Without North" there would limited number of tickets Only a POLICE COURT baseman Jimmie Gentleman have probably been a different story were sold in order to avoid over- crowding. who not only played a good game to write about this contest. These were quickly dis- posed Arnie Orman, a Norwegian, ap-uear- ed on the. defense which was in itself Norm Langer continued his bril- liant of and those attending the .before Stipendiary Magis- trate unusual for the Bears in this game play of Sunday's game by dance spent a most enjoyable even- ing. but in addition hit a home run and getting three for five (a home run The refreshments were gener- ously J Aubrey Simmons in Police a double and scored half his teams and two singles) and handling all donated by Mesdames Harvey Court on Saturday charged with runs. v his chances without a miscue. Pit- cher Gennings, G. Armstrong, J. Bruce supplying liquor to Bessie Johnson, The score by innings: Spidle, however, silenced the Watson, George Ryder and J. Rose, an Indian, upon premises owned by Whitehorse Bears . R H E big bat of Shortstop Adams who Mr. H. E. Moore of the Whitehorse Mrs. Roderick Thomas. He was 1 0 0 0 1 114 7 8 was able to get only one hit out of Star donated the printed dod- gers 691st Clearing Co-- found guilty and was fined $150 and five trips to the batters box. and tickets. To the ladies who 0 2 4 4 0 4 x 14 14 1 Bus Bentson held down shortstop donated the refreshments we have costs or in default six month's im- prisonment The Batteries: I" for the Bears and handled several been requested through this med- ium in Dawson. Witeorse Chalmers and Chamb- ers.' chances very nicey and Third base- man to extend to each of them the It was admitted by Orman that Rossi filled Bill Gordon's shoes best thanks and appreciation of the whilst in Atlin he had been found 691st Medics Derosiers and Veno-she- n. in fine style. Committee. guilty of a similar charge and Had The thrilling half of the ninth The nett proceeds of the dance served a term of six months' im-risonm- ent o began when Second baseman Fawn amounted to $85 which has been in respect of the same. doubled to right and scored on Saf-fe- rs handed over to the Whitehorse The fine not being forthcoming he MINES PRODUCTION LAST long fly. Bus Bentson beat out Chapter, I. O. D, E. for transmission was, taken to Dawson on Tuesday. YEAR LARGEST IN THE a hit to deep short but was thrown to the headquarters of the Canadian The soldier who accompanied Or- man HISTORY OF BRITISH but attempting to steal third. Adrian Red Cross Society. to the premises was handed COLUMBIA. Spidle issued a free pass and George Wp are informed that, circum- - over to the Military Authorities to Kay drove, his across the plate with stances permiuiing, ..... u -- a. - is - me 1 i be dealt, with. The annual report of the Hon. a long double to center. Jimmy ion of the Program Committee to On Monday Dick Bean Charlie, Herbert Anscimb, Minister of Mine? Gentleman came up with the tieing hold a dance each month for some an Indian, was charged with being for British Columbia, for 1941 dis run on second and two out. The worthy purpose in which event it intoxicated on July 4th, also with closes the largest production in -- Medicals outfielder remembering is a foregone conclusion that the assaulting a police officer whilst value in the history of the province. his homerun of Sunday's game mov- ed same will secure that measure of discharging his duty. He was found Total production was valued at $78,-479,7- 19, back to new positions as Jim hit which they whole-heart- ed support guilty on both counts. Five pre- vious an increase of $2,778,564 a long foul but on the thiid pitch will undoubtedly merit convictions had been record- ed over 1940. he hit of North's fast balls to one 8 8 1 against him. On the charge of Gold production amounted to Adams at Shortstop for the third 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 x intoxication he. was fined $25 and $23,370,463 of which $21,984,501 was out. The Batteries: Bears Spidle and sentenced to five days imprison- ment lode production and $1,385,962 The score by innings: Whitehorse On the assault charge he was placer. Since 1858 the province has Whitehorse R H E Saffer. , Bears North fined $50 or in default one month's produced gold to the value of $383,-250,82- 6. 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 27 9 4 691st Medicals "B" team hard labour. The fines were paid. 6991st Medicals "B" team and Derosiers.
WHITEHORSE YUKON FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 nAnr TWO 1 , THE WHITEHORSE STAR, .... . a k v mm m m k k x :; w hich we as individuals enjoy 10-ca- y. Thev are at the present time slacked upon a scale and 'Volo0 of thm Yukon .wrth a fiendish vengeance as ,neyw 'before. We are today called upon An Independent Journal . 50 "defend these rights and privileges i vara orerruction . and to preserve Published every Friday & them ivAAd for posterity. Fox the time being we must sub-'wvhn- &:e Whitehorse, Yukon Territory our individual rights and The White Pass and Yukon Route 1 to those of the State in of 98 privileges, On the Trail order to decisively defeat our ene- mies. This is imperative not only 3 The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to Member of Canadian Weekly for our own salvation but for the Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska benefit of humanity at large- - Newspapers' Association. When the battle cry is Silenced HORACE E. MOORE Publisher and the war is ended the work of AIRPLANE SERVICE world re-constru- ction will be the next problem to be faced. Then plane service, making connections northbound and south- bound Let us have faith that right makes will be the . time when we must see r-- i with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, might; and: in that faith let us to to it that our individual rights and Y Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information restored to us the end dare to do our duty as we privileges are fully Lincoln. and similar humane legislation apply to .any-'.- ; : understand it. made compulsory throughout the rest of the civilized world. WHITE PASS A G E N T , o,r JULY 10th, -- 942 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. Gctns of Cboujbt FOUNDATIONS OF FREEDOM EXPECTANCY All the Freedom and Liberty we enjoy and have for so long possess- ed Al1 earthly delights are sweeter in were first secured when the expectation than in enjoyment; but Magna Charta was wrested from the all spiritual pleasures more in fruit- ion Crown and vested in the people than in expectation. Feltham. .some seven hundred years ago. This We part more easily with what was followed later by the Petition " of "Right and the Bill of Rights. In we possess than with our expect- ations of what hope for expect- ation we the words of Lord Chatham these always goes beyond enjoy- ment. documents con- stitute three imperishable "The Bible of the English Home. Constitution." When the destination is desirable, j The Great Charter was the out- come expectation speeds our progress. of a movement of all free Mary Baker Eddy. y men and led by the barons not to With regard to one's work the secure class legislation in their own desirable feeling is always to expect right only but was rather a remark- able proof of the sympathy and to succeed and never to think you have succeeded. Thomas Arnold. unity then existing between the aristocracy and all classes of the The little done vanishes from the commonalty. sight of him who looks forward to There is nothing theoretical or re- volutionary what is still to do. Goethe. in the Charter; no de- claration of abstract principles of By every part of our nature vwe clasp things above us, one after an- other, government; merely a practical as- -- not for the sake ' of remain- ing I sertion of rights as between the where we '.take hold, but that we Insist on PILSENER J j Crown and the subject. Its lan- guage is simple and brief and ex- pressed may go higher. H. W. Beecher. pHi Lager Beer. Enjoy ITVv II in terms of authority riot . "i o ; the fine quality and I I I NXv ffl RED CROSS PLANS (u argument. BRITAIN plpf satisfying flavor of U?MUbv iff FOR JAM The Magna Charta has formed " this always popular, the keystone of Liberty and Free- dom wherever these precious privi- leges Instructions have just been sent fj have existed throughout the to Red Cross branches and Women's world by establishing for some time Institutes re the making of jam for the guiding principle that the con- sent Britain. The Canadian Red Cross has set 600,000 lbs. of jam and hon- ey Winner of two first f 1 of is the a people very essence of government. It likewise prevented as its 1942 objective and is look- ing ppl awards at London,! JH-Kif- c ')Mjvfi the exaltation of the executive over again this1 year to the fruitful Enfl,a the legislature which, as so glow- ingly province of B. C. for a substantial demonstrated by our enemies contribution. The Red Cross Food today, is the primary hallmark of a Conservation Committee hopes to be despotic regime. able to provide 100,000 pounds of jam, made by Red Cross and W. I. Any system which challenges members. Magna Charta is formulated upon a The Red Cross is financing denial of the Liberty of the Subject cans, and of the essence of Freedom. labels, cases, sugar, warehousing 1 and shipping, and has asked volun- teer Plato stated long ago that "All groups in the fruit growing progress is the movement from force areas to organize canning centres", to persuasion." The truth of this secure surplus fruit and provide statement being unassailable it fol- lows labor for processing. The Wartime that the Magna Charta be- comes Prices and Trade Board is allowing the high road to Liberty and th Red Cross to purchase the extra Freedom since it substitutes reason amount of sugar which is needed , . Government of for 'violence. And insofar as nations This advertisement is not published or displayed by the for jam which is shipped Overseas. have become aware of this vital Yukon Territory. Owing to shortage of cans, only 4 fact the foundations-o- f Liberty and' lb. jam cans can be secured and to send more than 52y2 tons of B. letters for" the delicious processed Freedom have been securely laid, j therefore, all fruit must be process- ed C. jam 'and fruit in syrup via the fruit from B. C. sent to nurseries Our forefathers fought valiantly in the form of jam. Panama Canal to Britain, without and homes for the aged in Britain to secure the right and privileges I Last year the Red Cros "'as able ocean freight charges. Grateful ; are now being received.
FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 THE WHJTEIIQRSE STAR, WIIITEIIORSE. YUKON PAGE THREE magnificent fight . which the ; Russ- ians have put up during the past year and the resistance which they have shown and to have that coun- try know how whole-hearted- ly we Everyth ing are with her forces in this conflict." Moreover, , upon the suggestion of the C. C. F. leader, M. J. Coldwell, the Prime Minister agreed that a communication to that effect should For Baby be sent to the Russian Government. Security of the Nation Above AH Of all the statements made in Parliamentary Tempo Increasing Parliament by the various ministers It is apparent in usually well-inform- ed in regard to military service over 'IK seas, none more striking than that quarters along Parliament by. the Minister of National De- fence, Hill that so much work still remains Hon. J. L. Ralston, who em- phasized to be done that the exact end of the in simple language that if present exciting session cannot be the voluntary system should fail at SILK and BROADCLOTH foretold accurately by anyone, any moment there must not be any though attempts have been made to ! delay in using the system of con- scription. ROMPERS and DRESSES "This is Canada's speed up the debates lately. After war, wherever it is being fought." he em- phasized CORDUROY OVERALLS the debates on the amendment to strongly and at another the National Resources Mobilization j point he stressed that "the security OIL SILK DIAPERS Act and the budget, the legislators of the nation is more important than must consider in detail all estimates : national unity", indicating that SWEATERS there can be no unity if there is no and reports of various important ! Canada. committees, including radio, defence CARDIGANS and regulations, war costs, reconstructi- on, Inescapable Reality. PULLOVERS etc There" is no doubt that Although the phase "conscription many developments In the nation's of wealth" may not be popular in WOOLLEN SETS 1 capital (may linfold themselves in j many quarters, yet it is beginning to be used quite frequently in Ot- tawa, the coming weeks that will create SHOES and BOOTIES intensely interesting news for the especially in talks of an in- formal man-in-the-st- reet throughout Can-- .. nature behind the scenes, COLORFUL ELEPHANTS ada. though one spokesman of the Gov- ernment has come forth quite to CUDDLE. VVhoIe-IIearted- ly With Russia bluntly. In fact, his words have An extremely important declar- ation been repeated often in conversat- ions has been made byy Premier on the subject along Parliament Mackenzie King in the House of Hill whenever or wherever the leg- islators Commons in referring to the Gov- ernment's have seen fit to discuss it attitude towards Russia's among themselves. "The conscript- ion great fight against our common of wealth is now an inescapable enemies. "This being the anniver-far- y reality," said the Minister of Labor, of the attack upon Russia by Hon. Humphrey Mitchell, in the the- - Germans, "declared Premier House of Commons. "I do not think King", I think perhaps it would be that there is much more to con- script. Northern Commercial Co. Ltd appropriate for me to say on behalf Wealth is down the. drain. of this House ' of Commons and on I would make this short statement. ' ?lf of the people of Canada how howevejp,.-- ! do .1 believe . that in the great has been our admiration of the post-w- ar period we, shall have this country so organized that we shall be in a position to abolish want." . "t""i""ii" TIT IIIIIII1J Decision Rests With Cabinet The Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. TRAVEL Mackenzie King, has made it known in the nation's capital that, if any STEAMSHIPS RAILWAY on a decision is reached by the ' Govern- ment COMMUNICATIONS HOTELS "PRINCESS" in Ottawa regarding the ne- cessity of conscription for over' II TfUVtl H Liner military service, the matter will no'. be in the hands of the military au- thorities. "I wish to make it clear" SKAGWAY to VANCOUVER declared the Prime" Minister "that us VICTORIA or SEATTLE action taken under the act as amen- ded must be' authorized by order-in-counc- il. Southbound Sailings In other words, the de- cision .PRINCESS LOUISE will rest with the Cabinet." raii Monday, July 13 Cost of Living Thursday, July 16 , Thursday, July 23 is pointed out in Ottawa that .Monday, July 27 the costof living of the man-in-the-str- eet in Canada has not been i i"ing Connections at Vancouver with in comparable witrh what Canadian Pacific Services: any way happened in the last World War of Transcontinental 1914-19- 18 due to the policies estab- lished Trans-Pacif- ic by the "freezing of prices and The purest form in which tobacco can be smoked' Trans-Atlant- ic wages When the present war start- ed, the cost of living began an up- ward reservations -- " HCKeis, climb at a terrific pace with particulars from the actual increase running up to L. H. JOHNSTON 15.02 per cent from September of deed, during . this same period of ( wages has produced good result; in time in the last World War, the rise j many directions, though criticism General Agent C P. R. 1939 until the time when the freez- ing Alaska policies went into operation. But in the cost of living was well over j has been offered against some of the Skagway now the increase has been only .03 30 per cent or twice as much-a- s it is difficulties caused by its operation in- to at the present time. These facts which was not entirely u.ieNpectcd Canadian Pacific per cent since these policies came existence to check this rist. In- - mean that the ceiling on pricej and in well-inform- ed circles. UTTTTTTTTTTTHTiXXTTSZIXi:
PAGE FOUR THE WHITEHORSE STAR, VHITEH0R8E YUKON FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 and Mrs. Frank Henning of Atlin, ATLl N N UGGETS who is now at Edmonton with the r.. C. A. F. His great ambition now is to be at the controls in a bomber Sam Daniels who has- - been under Coonel G. R. D. Farmer," No. 15 over Germany or Japan". All his Ihe weather lor the past month or Hospital, R.C.R.A.M.C., and Colonel many friend will join in wishing two went by plane to Whitehorse to C. E. Cross, No. 1 Canadian Hospital Francis the very best of luck and secure further medica consultation Overseas, all profusely thanking that he .will be spared to return to . her for, so many much needed cigs. Atlin. " The trappers played iin luck this :-- v" 1 . ..' V; spring, as just after ;hey had sold Talking about cleanups around Recently Mrs;-- Pete Tennant who their catches of beaVe'r, rats, etc., Atlin this season, it's certainly nice had forwarded many thousands of II -- (' ma rket went to thb place where to be able to state they all seem to cigarettes from some of the people Hitler and his gang vv ill end up in. oe of a very high grade. The latest of Atlin to Canadian Hospitals in is that of George Watt, Oscar Swan-so- n the Old Country, received very Mr. Harper Reed has moved from and Gunnar Lindgren who are Harry Clarke was a recent pas Telegraph Creek to Atlin where he working on a lay some ground senger by plane to Whitehorse, and intends to make his owned by Mrs. George Adams on has now returned to his Atlin busi- ness. STAMPS Mr. Reed has been with the Dom McKee Creek. Their cleanup just These hardware travellers in ion Indian Dept.. fdr many years completed wont around two hund- red seem to be very hospitable as they prist and has now been superan- - ounces. Far better prospects paid Harry's travelling expenses for . ;v. from .. . nuated. should be realized later this season. the round trip. t BANKS POST OFFICES Messrs. Bert Carman of Messrs. DEPARTMENT STORES DRUGGISTS In a letter just received from Mackay Smith, Blair & Co., Ltd. The former correspondent for the GROCERS TOBACCONISTS BOOK STORES and etkf RETAIL STORES I; lienor Skoldquist, who is , working and Fred King representing Gault Atlin News-Min- er for the Spruce for the U. S. Road Commission some Bros., Ltd., are paying their usual Creek news items (which are great- ly tv o hundred miles soine place from yearly business trip to Atlin after missed) and who was so favor- ably Atlin, he sends his best" regards to visiting different Yukon cities or known as Tom Kirkwood is of men would be hard to find. all his old tillicums around Atlin. burgs and hope to catch the next now with a U. S. survey party in Princess south from Skagway. the Kluane Lake district, Y. T. Many Atlin old-tim- ers will re- gret from Tom he is the Canadian to hear that Bert Whitfield lovely letters of appreciation f; : says only We offer congratulations to bunch passed away recently at Juneau at one of the hospital chaplains by our amongst a large ofAmeri ' name Rev. J. T. Dunbar; also from Francis Henning, only son of Mr. cans and he mentions a finer stamp the age of 63. The late Bert Whit field will be well remembered by old Atlinites as the dispenser of beer CP.R. Shopmen Give Gun For Freedom r Mm y Whisky w Canada's mounting share in the war ordnance came off the as- sembly resented Hon. C. D. Howe, Min- ister fight against the Axis was line there some time ago. of Munitions and Supply for emphasized by Brigadier F. M. Paying all shop costs and cost of Canada. The Canadian Pacific W. Harvey, V.C., Officer Com- manding material on this particular gun, Railway Company was represent" Milinary District 13, the employees presented it to the ed by W. A. Mather, vice-presid- ent when on Saturday afternoon, May country in a simple but impres- sive of Western lines, who .offi- cially 23rd, he received the 100th naval ceremony marking, as one of received from the employees gun produced at the Canadian the speakers said, a fine spirit of a cheque for shop costs on the Pacific Railway's Ogden Shops, at national and industrial solidarity. gun, and by H. B. Bowen,. Chief Calgary, as a gift from the muni- tions of Motive Power, from Montreal. The gun itself is an all-purp- ose workers t here to the nation. J. L. Gubbins, works naval manager, weapon, designed for use "Let us hope that it goes into against submarines and surface acted as chairman. i action" soon," he said, "on a Cana- dian craft, as well as sky raiders, The Guard of Honor was made ship, with Canadian up of war veterans the among gunners throwing a shell of approximate- ly its L Uivm t im IMM Wtm. 0. behind its sighls." 12 pounds from its long barrel. shopmen under Capt. McLennan. Pictures show Brigadier Harvey Although rat! of production at In receiving the -- gun from R. inspecting the Guard of Honor, This advertisement is not published Ogden has not been revealed by Alderman, representative of the the gun and a glimpse of the authorities, the 100th piece of shopmen, Brigadier Harvey rep actual presentation ceremony. or displayed by jhe Government of Yukon Territory.
FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE, YUKON PAGE FIVE CORRESPONDENCE has certainly done well by me since I joined.. Met Nick CarsweU last week. Hj ' - v ; '?.;::My- - ENGLAND, ;V, is a corporal now and evidently do- ing ,; 24th May, 1J42 a goad job with the Engineers. Dear Harvey: ' -- rv-' Jimmy Mellor has transferred to the just a line to let you know I'm Provost Corps. I believe, and should, still alive and kicking. V do alright there. I have just been commissioned as My new suit is from P. E. I., a full Lieutenant after ;.: a seven which is rather a far cry . from the Yukon, but that should make some which stiff. jv.onths course ;. was very I am now' at the Can. Signals re- inforcement of my most interesting stories a little more interesting. as an instructor and Lore soon to be posted to a Field Had a rather unusual experience in our "Y" canteen tonight. An ' I'n't. . : ' Some of the officers here wom elderly woman, whom we immedi- ately noticed had Canadian you wou'd know are Lt. Hairy Y2I-lan- d, a ac- cent, Capt. "Gyp" Jenner, Capt. began, talking to us, and, when I told her I was from the Yukon, Campbell (Q.M.), , Lt. Leonard, Lt. she told me that she was related to ' Clements and probably more. Mr. Troop, secretary of the Y. C. G. Things are very scarce in Eng- land C. Her name is Burns and her now. Eggs are practically un- heard father or brother was in Dawson of and the meat is very for a short while about 1900. skimpy and in its most common Both she and her daughter hold form consists of alleged sausages shares in the Yukon Consolidated composed mainly of bread. Cigar- ettes and 1 she is quite interested in', the are very scarce and very ex-pensiv- e2- country. I am going to her home for 20 that is 48 cents for this week, and am sure that it will 20. Soap is scarce and rationed to be a pleasant evening that I spend one small bar per week. there. Even though she has never I often wish I were back in Bur- - been to the Yukon, ifseems that the A beverage of moderation full flavored, clear wash where one can get a nice big ! moose steak every day and all the j old northern hospitality has been and spa'rkling. Order some today . . it passed oojo her by her people who hest. 'j have been there. costs no more than ordinary beers. Still manage to get the occasional , Received welcome parcels of cig- arettes, drink but the beer is watered more 42-- S etc., from the I.O.D.E. dur- ing day and whiskey is scarce every the past couple of months, and and expensive. This advertisement is not published or the boys certainly appreciate them. I would like you to give my best All are clicking 100 per cent and displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory.' regards to all my old friends in Y. send their regards to their friends T., especially Gene Jacquot. possible to accept shipments from up nortfi. and hot water tanks. The market Trint yoii and Mary are enjoying By now I guess the river is clear outside points, with the excentinn nf for tinfoil is also glutted now and best of health. and you are getting ready to give not more than two months old mag- azines. outside points are requested to col- lect Will close now hoping to hear the first boat a big send-o- ff as it The Government now pro- hibits this and store it, but not to ship from you sometime. Best regards. sets out for Dawson. Certainly the Red Cross collecting gal to Vancouver unti further notice. RED WADDELL, wtould like to be on it. Although vanized iron salvage such as pails, Salvage wanted includes every My address is there's no prettier a country than washtubs, light gauge furnace pipes, available pound of rubber and fat. Lt. L. G. Waddell, England in the springtime. Double 1st Canadian Signals Reinforce- ments daylight saving time almost makes Unit, you think that the midnight sun has Canadian Army, Overseas. come to England. Jerry hasn't been over much late-l- y( 1 " K47880, and we haven't been bothered R.G.M.S., W. B.'-McKenzi- e, with sirens for some time. Guess Subscriptions H. Q , Squadron, 1 CAB., he's got his hands full in his own 5th Cdn. Armd. Division, orchard. Only hope that we are Canadian Army Overseas. sent against him soon. Dear Horace: Best regards to everybody and The object of my letter this time keep a few fdr yourself. is to ask you to please change the Cheerio, Reeuable address on the "Whitehorse Star" ' BUS McKENZIE. which you kindly send me every week. I am -- now located at the NO PAPER NOW FOR above address, which means that I RED CROSS SALVAGE am with Brigade Headquarters of We wish to notify our subscribers the. 1st. Cdn. Armoured Brigade. The change meant a promotion So much paper salvage has pour- ed that all Subscriptions became to Regtl. Q. into the. Red Cross that the mar- ket M. for me from Co. Q. renewable June 1st. Warrant Of- ficer is glutted and the Salvage de- partment M. and with it came a rank, Class II. Guess I haven't, now reluctantly announces it will be im- - We appreciate the patronage ex- tended a great deal to kick at, for the army that for the. present to us in the past and WMW trust we may merit a continu- ance The World's News Seen Through of the same in the future. The Christian Science Monitor . . - . .. I T1 ! XT .! 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WIHTKIIQRSE YUKON FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 THE wnrmiOKSE STAK, PAGE SIX each side of the base line. Registration of any document $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended feet on Other claims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment , $2.00 : or paid the locator may, upon hav- ing thou- - If it affects more than one claim-s- and a survey made, and upon com-plyi- ng one hundred feet in length by claim ..... $1.00 with other requirements, 6b-ta- in feet in depth. Claims shall-b- e For each additional a lease for a term cf twenty, as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title form and ' shall be marked ; by two For first entry ...................... $Z.uu : one years with the right to renewal legal posts, one at each .end of the For each additional entry .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e of Mining Law Claims located prior to Synopsis years. July claim, numbered T' and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document Location posts of creek Up to 200 words $2.50 7, 1917 may upon fulfilling similar . Yukon Territory claims shall be placed on the base For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be 'Crown Granted. line, and of all other claims parallel For grant of wate- r- Leases, renewals of leases, and to the base line, and on the side of For 50 inches or less $10.00 documents relating to leased claims the claim nearest the creek or river For 50 to 200 inches $25.00 shall be recorded with the Mining Any poison eighteen -- years of. age towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches ....... $50.00 ; Recorder in triplicate. shall have the right enter, For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees r over A discoverer shall be entitled to a and mine upon any or fraction thereof $50.00 Recording claim ............ $10 locate, prospect claim 1.500 feet in length, and a every 00 hinds . in the Yukon Territory, For a substitutional record ... $10.00 party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING w hether vested in the Crown : or in 'eSt Application for a lease ............ $10.00 each of 1,250 feet, length. otherwise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve-men- ts m the .Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time ............... .......... .. ... . . . 5.00 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim 0f its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days after with certain reservations set out in allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- - be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date . $5.00 the said Acts. . ment does not interfeie with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within rights of other persons or terms of 1.500 feet in width. three months $15.00 No person shall enter for mining any agreement with the crown. If after three months and with- in purposes or shall mine upon lands Every claim shall be marked on six months ...................... $25.00 owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be the. ground by two legal posts, one " Recording every certificate of until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder at each extremity of the location of work w. $5.00 been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located ime numbered "1" and "2" . respect- - For a certificate of partnership $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's ively. On the side of No. 1 post abandon- ment, Recording assignment, damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- - far-in- g No. 2 post shall be inscribed affidavits, or any other 7 caused. lowed for every additional ten miles the name of the clain, a letter in- - document I......:..,............... $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be dicating the direction to No. 2 post, Where claims, are being located If document affects more than located on Sunday or any public the number of feet, to the right or which are situated than one one claim, for each additional -- more holiday. left of the location line, the date of hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's claim . . .., . . $1.00 location and the name of the, locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six On No. 2 post, on the side facing No. than live in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- cate months within which to re- cord 1 shall be inscribed the name to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the vallev or post, ..... . . . . . . . S4.00 of the claim, the date of location, number as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of and the of the locator. name who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. , . a claim: Ihe application and fees received to Xitle The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen days if located. within ten For each additional entry ... .50 Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of-t- he For copies of any document re- corded If two or more persons own a provisions of the Act with res- - fice; one additional day shall be al-pe- ct where same do not each such shall contri- bute claim, person proportionately- -- his interest to locating and recording a lowed for every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4.00 claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof, Where such copies exceed three to the work required to be done for one year and shall have the ab- solute folios, 30 cents per folio for thereon, and when proven to. the claims not Adjoining exceeding right of renewal from year every folio over three. Cold Commissioner that he has not to year thereafter, provided during ei8ht in number may be grouped, For recording a power of at- torney done so his interest may be vested each year he does or causes to be the' necessary representation work to stake from one in the other co-owne- rs. done $200.00 worth of work of the for each claim may then be per-clai- m, person .......... ... ..... $4.00 The survey of a claim made by a files with the Mining Recor- - formed on any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor der within fourteen days after the claims in the group, to stake from two per- sons shall be accepted" as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every appiication for a full claim $8.00 absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the For recording an assignment or shal, be made on Form .A and for claim swpveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-- l' other document relating to a is approved by the proper author- ity fee. quartz mining lease S3.0C and remains unprotested during GROUPING No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- eral the period of advertisement. more than one claim in the same claim granted under Under certain conditions claims mining district within, twenty days, lease for term of 21 years. . $50.00 undertake A about to a person may be grouped and the work re-- , , . . Rental for renewal term of 21 bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure The timber on a mineral claim is . . . . '$200.00 quired to be performed to entitle years from the Mining Recorder reserved until the Mining Recorder the owner or owners to renewals of Dredging written permission to record at his certifies that the same is required the several claims grouped may be A lease be issued for own risk. a claim within six months. for use m mining operations on the may a per- iod performed -- on any one or more of of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the claim'. Tne Commissioner,' however, stretch of river not exceeding ten 9. above the ground, squared or freed claims grouped are owned by more may issue a permit to holders of miles in length giving the exclusive other claims to remove the timbers for the upper eighteen inches and than one oerson a nartnershin right to dredge for gold, silver and for in their mining operations measuring "four inches across tne agreement creating a joint and use platinum. The lessee must have at where other , timber is not readily faced portion. The post must be several liability, on the part of all least one dredge in operation on the . firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working 0f available. leasehold within three years. the claims shall be executed and Priority of location shall be deem- ed Title Petroleum and Natural Gas filed with the Mining Recorder. 1 to convey priority of right. Cer- tain . Any person having complied with A lease may be issued for a per- iod disputes may be heard and de- termined Taxes and Fees ., ... A . ... of twenty-on- e years for an area the provisions of the. Act with re-Roy- alty Board of Arbitrators. of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving by a at the rate of two and gard to locating and recording a the right to the petroleum and na- tural Grants of claims grouped or own- ed one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for the leased. A rent- al be made re- newable all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record, gas on area by1 one person may is charged of 50 cents acre the date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- - and thereafter from year to year, per on same for the first and $1.00 acre year per pt roller. provided during each year he does PLACER MINING For grant to a. claim for or causes to be done work on the for each subsequent year. one year ..... $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay Office Creeks natural water means any width of For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after the , An Assay Office is maintained b.y course having an average Tf renewed within 14 days expiration of the year, . satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, less than one hundred and fifty feet after expiry date $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from the Te- rritory between its banks. If after 14 days and within 3 . fyeen done, and pay the Certificate will be purchased at its fuI1 Creek claims shall not exceed five months ........ . $30.00of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. 0 hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 may be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL. along the base line, by one thousand months ;, $45.00 work. Controller- -
FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE, YUKON PAr;r. seven S AVE TIME BY AI R itrHfTinnmri AIP OASSfNGCPS AiR MAJl, EXPRESS I fthC WHITEHORSE, July 7th, 1942 YT. i Mr. H. Moore, Whitehorse, Y.T. i Changes in Dear Sir: i The following is a statement of money received by the. I. O. D. E. for the Canadian Red Cross Society. Schedule I.O.D.E. donation .................. $200.00 Private donations 231.75 Raffle of Picture 44.00 Vancouver-Whitehors- e Card Party 26.11 Mr Moore's collection .....J 145.00 I occasion (Daily except Friday) Ewv NORTHBOUND Total ...,..... $646.86 for Lv Vancouver. , 10 a. m, Thanking you for ' publicity and Ar. Whitehorse. . .. . 7 p. in. cooperation with the I.OD.E. ,1 am, Yours truly, SOUTHBOUND MAY HIGGINS, (V' Whitehorse ; .7 a. m. Treasurer. Ar. Vancouver. . 5.30 p- - m. Edmonton; Whitehorse DR. BARNARDO'S HOME The Towers, (Daily except Friday) Scarborough, England 1st May, 1942. NORTHBOUND ' Whitehorse Chapter, Lv. Edmonton 12.45 m-A- r. p. I. O. D. E. Whitehorse . . . .7 p. m. Mesdames: SOUTHBOUND Just--fl line to say how deeply Lv- - Whitehorse . .7 a. m. graieful I am for your gift of $25. received today, for which I have Ar. Edmonton . . . -- 5 p. m. much pleasure in sending the en- closed Direct connections at White- horse duplicate receipt. for Fairbanks, Alaska, This gift is deeply appreciated on and at Edmonton with T. C. behalf of our children as surely A. for points south. there never was a time when your help was more urgently needed than The above schedule remains at the present time. in force until further notice- - I feel sure you will be interested For Full Fliffht Information lo know of a certain man who was ' ' Superb quality of course! f' f ' Consult joining the R. A. F. He had three And delirious, zeslful, 1'" ' children, the eldest a boy of twelve, s;irklin Old Style beer SnAS " J. A. Barber and two girls aged eleven and eight. lrins you famous flavor, . fS Hc""" 1 WHITEHORSE The mother had been in poor health invijoratiiijvrefresli- - ' frC 1 1 Y ?npSMi JV for nearly a year, and during that menl, loo. Find out for jy$jj f ffl vj? XiiVW period the father had done what he yourself today! 1 Yt-- J 9 ' I !) could for the children, assisted by subscriptions" now due various; neighbours. The Air Fore Authorities had sympathetically CAPILANO BREWING CO. LTD postponed his calling-u- p twice, be- cause " A UNIT Or ASSOCIATED BREWERIES Of CANADA LIMITED ,FTTymniTTTtlllHlinifl of the mother's illness, but when that illness terminated fatally "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" the father realized that he must sell up his home, make provision for the children, and then leave them to A PATRON serve his Country. Once again an This advertisement is not published or appeal came to Dr. Barnardo's Homes, and we gladly received all displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. FOR 8 three children for the duration of the war. JfoPORATOL renewed thanks for your With YEARS It pays to have Mil your PRINTINd done at the STAR OFFICE. sympathetic cooperation with us on behalf of the largest family in the We have a letter from up-coun- try World. The writer states 1 Yours sincerely, kinds of EFFIE BENTHORM she canned has milk" used "all but Pacific -- Or Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. Milk continually since she PERSONAL PROPERTY began it "because of its BAGS FOR RED CROSS Will be pleased to consult richness and flavor. That regarding was eight years ago." The Red Cross is appealing for you that property bags, these to be and Installations personal It's only real excellence Light, Power. Supplies stored in A.R.P. posts throughout could bring a milk a pre- ference the province, and used for holding like this. personal effects of civilian casual- ties WHITEHORSE, Y. T. in the event of air raids. Bags Milk should be made of any strong wash- able Pacific material (cretonne preferred.) Direction? Cut mater- ial Of COURSE for making: Make l"x4" labels of white calico two separate tapes, not one tape IRRADIA TKD so that finished bag measures 12"xl4". Hem one inch from top. and sew 2" from top of bag. Run in around twice.
PAGE EIGHT Local HapperHngs ; Desert for Warm Days Porter has been in Car-cro- ss Mrs. J. After spending the past Six for the past week on a short months at the coast Miss Gloria Cyr BIRD'S CUSTARD a rrivetihome recently and is at the vacation trip. present time employed at the local Born at the Whitehorse General MONK and GLASS ENGLISH CUSTARD post office. Hospital on July 3rd to Mr. and HARRY HORN DOUBLE CREAM CUSTARD well-kno- wn Mrs. J. Walin a daughter. Don Morrison, a. mining man of Mayo passed through Capt. E. R. R. "Ted" Field, Super- intendent MYSTERY PUDDINGS Whitehorse Tuesday morning on his of the Y. S. A. T. at Ed way in from the coast. , monton, arrived in town by plane NABOB CUSTARD (Assorted Flavors) Mr. Ed. Kimbell, the well-kno- wn Monday on company business. QUICK TAPIOCA sawmill, operator at Mayo, Y. T., ar- rived Dr. Monty Franks, the popular in town this week on a busi- - dentist, who for the past several . ness trip. weeks has been in Atlin, will arrive Mr. Sorensen supt. of the Dept. of j in Whitehorse about the middle of MAYONNAISE and SALAD DRESSING month and will be located at this of 8 or 9 men Transport, and a crew MIRACLE WHIP and BEST FOODS the Whitehorse Inn where appoint- ments arrived in town Saturday for the purpose of constructing several may be made. (In All Sizes). more large buildings at the local Mr. R. Hougren, formerly on the staff of the Whitehorse Inn but now 'airport.'; employed as a cook in a P. R. A. Inspector W. Grennan, officer in camp south of Ca,rcross, was in town TAYLOR ADRURY Ltd charge of the R. C M. P., arrived in over the week-en- d and returned town from Dawson Saturday and, Tuesday to resume his duties. we understand, will be remaining Mr. WiUson E. Knowlton, the here for the next few months. Vancouver Optometrist, arrived of the strongest elements in W. A. of OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT ,: One from Atlin, B. C. last Friday and left Mr. Paterson, manager our national defence which we today Sunday for Dawson. He expects to the local branch of the Canadian possess is the .unswerving friend- ship, be back in Whitehorse this week Bank of Commerce, has been noti- fied July trust and co-operat- ion of our end and will be at the Whitehorse of his transfer outside. He will 2 Thursday 65 40 neighbours of the New World. Inn where appointments may be be succeeded here by A. E. Hardy, 3 Friday 74 43 Cordell Hull. v made. present manager at Keremeos, 4 Saturday ... 82 , 50 Mr. R. Corran of the Dept. of Constables t. J. Salt and M. B. C. Mr. Paterson will go on long 5 Sunday ...... 63 44 Transport arrived in town from Hobbs, R. C. M: P. arrived in town leave and thereafter will be attach- ed 6 Monday 53 42 Prince George on .Wednesday and Wednesday by plane from Dawson to the Superintendent's Depart- ment 7 Tuesday .... 58 43 will be remaining here. :".". having been transferred to White-;ior(s- e. at Vancouver. 8 Wednesday 51 43 ; riTTIIITIi: Miss Margaret Murray arrived home last Saturday from the coast. ' ' ' ' For the , past year or two she has -- i W.H. THEATRE One Week's been a member of the nursing staff Specials at the Queen Alexandria Solarium Whitehorse t'ukon on Vancouver Island. She is now in the service of the Whitehorse Shows Every Pharmacy. Mr. W. E .Thomson who is now in the Territory in connection with Heavy Work Pants $3 95 a Pair Night the War Savings Stamps campaign, arrived back in town by plane from Heavy Work Shirts... Each Dawson on Wednesday. (Except Sundays) Mr. Volney Richmand, Jr., of the Heavy Work Socks 3 Pairs $1.00 Tictures changed thrice Weekly. Northern Commercial Co. Ltd., Se- attle, and M. E. H. Clausen, the See Bulletin Board for Particulars. company's superintendent, have ar- rived ust Arrived Large Stock Ladies ' and Gent 's rTTTTTIIITIXXTTgXTXTTYXXTTl in town on an official trip. Mr. W. A. O'Neill of Canadian WRIST WATCHES FOR SALE New "C" Melody Sax-- a Placers Ltd. passed through here phone at a bargain. Apply Star Saturday en route to Atlin on com- pany Trade in your old Watch for a new one.. Office. business. Bring in your Watches for repair Christ Church-Anglican- - S.VANDT, - Main Street THE OLD Whitehorse LOG CHURCH LANTERN Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. LTxxiiixiiiimxxiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuixiiiixxxxx.ixm Rector. LECTURE EVERY SUNDAY Butter 8.30 a m. Holy Communion. -- - 11.00 a m. Morning Prayer. on the Cure and 7.30 p. rh. Evening Prayer and Try BURNS' jj Shamrock Brand Creamfty Butter Sermon. ' ; "'''".'.' YUKON r Moats Eggs H SACRED HEART at Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products Catholic Church CHRIST CHURCH Sundays: WEDNESDAYS Masses 7.30 and 9.00 A.M. "You Can Buy No Better" High Mass 10.30 A.M. and Benediction 7.30 -- P.M. FRIDAYS -- Week days: M Burns Limited. & Masses 7.00 and 730 A.M. at 8 P. M- - Company Fridays: Benediction 7.30 P.M. TXXIXXXTIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXIXXXTTTTIX1