Frc-- I I I LJ UJ i I.I I I I I v I I XII no- - CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42. Ao. 25. X WHITEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 Subscription $3.00 Year, JAP DESTROYER SUNK REARDON'S REBELS Labor Protests Disparity in HUMBLE W. H BEARS AIRCRAFT CARRIER AND U. S. -- Canadian Wage Scales on SEVERAL VESSELS Reardon's Rebels Softball team DAMAGED OFF ALEUTIANS Government Construction Work defeated the Whitehorse Bears in both games of a Sunday double-head- er Now in Progress in Canada. It is now officially disclosed that played at Sports Field be- fore the U. S. Army and Navy aircraft over a hundred fans. Gus have sunk at least one cruiser and PoarHnn's rearine rebels out play-- , Charging that the Dominion Government has under consideration badly damaged seven other vessels jivu outhit, and outfielded w the "pride - - measures that will make it impossible for U. S. contractors to employ including an aircraft carrier, three ed, labor the construction of the B. C.-Ala- ska Highway and 1 Canadian on and cruisers, a destroyer, gunboat of' Whitehorse a s the Bears are wont to call themselves. other major , projects now being undertaken by the United States gov- ernment transport. Despite fog and foul in Canadian Territory, Carl E. Berg, general representative of weather, the communique stated, Pitcher Marion Barge was in the Laborers' International Union and the Trades and Labor Congress their attacks are being continued contra of the first game front start of Canada, has sent a wire pro : g against the discrimination which and more, successes are expected. to finish as he allowed the losers which his resulted in U. S. contractors being has aready been made and The Japs, it was. stated, had effected only four hits and two runs, win- -, forced to discharge all Canadians in their employ. Text of Mr. Berg's a small-sca- le landing on Attu Island 14-- 2. : ning wire is as follows: 679 nautical v miles west of Dutch The Bears scored first on hits by "In the matter of general labor about a change in this situation, it Harbour. They had, however, been fpidle and Cooper and held the on the Alaska highway and " similar ' . .1 is 1 high 1 time A ? the 11. Canadian 1 ? workers 1 driven off the only populated por- tion lead for three innings until the last projects in Canada where American took the matter in hand and organ- ized, of the island. half of the fourth when after two contractors operate, well-found- ed to secure a standard of living were out - on an error and Scott rumor circulating indicate that as equal to that enjoyed by the Amer- ican REHABILITATION Fobertson singled, Bargel i going to a result of employers' representa- tions workers who will now be em- ployed COUNCIL NAMED- - third. Jim Cranna then stood up to and lobbying ' at Ottawa, the in Canada to what appears the Dlate and smashed a triple to federal department of labor is con- sidering the exclusion of Canadian workers." to two runs and scori- ng t ' that it At the last sessiion of the Pro- vincial left driving measures that will make Mr. Berg also declared himself on a bad throw to the for , American contrac- tors had been protested that the United Legislatre an Act was passed it impossible infield. From this pointon the to employ Canadian labor at States government was paying providing for the appointment of a game was a slaughter for the Reb- els Arnerican comparative wage rates wages on too high a scale and also Post-W- ar Rehabilitation Council to scored four runs in the Canadian investigate, survey and report on as they work being done within Canada, protests against using )n to aid in the rehabilitation fifth, three in the sixth, one in the most evident that the intent and labor. measures it is seventh and three in the eighth in-cud- ing of Canadian employing in- terests, "The latest information I .have is of those discharged from our de- fence "home runs by Gus Reardon mrpose is to create a reservoir of that no Canadian labor will be forces; those discharged from industries and others seeking and Herb Pinkham. , unemployed Canadian labor to the used, he said. war The down-trodd- en Bears showed a end that they will continue to main Why Not? employment. The Lieutenant-Governo- r, in ac- cordance spark of life in the ninth as Bill tain economic cont? 01 over the un "Surely if the United States gov- ernment with the provisions of the Gordon hit the longest ball of the skilled workers and maintain un is willing to pay good U. S. Act has appointed the following as game for a round trip of the bases limited numbers of low paid work dollars, Canadian labor should be constituting the Council: Hon. H. followed by a two-bas- e' command. I trust- - that enabled to work for and receive and was at their ers G. T. Perry (Chairman), W. A. C. but George will not become them. But there is apparently a de- sire bow to right by Spidle, irh a condition Bennett of Kelowna; E. T. Kenney Cooper's drive to Walt Kaczynski effective and herein petition you to to keep the workers from ob of Terrace; C. G. MacNeil, Victoria; ended the game. tnkp the necessary steps to insure taining them. and Harold E. "Winch of Vancouver, his that the federal de- partment Mr, Berg declared that a large Bargel by Canadian labor The support given all members of the Provincial Leg- islature. mates, especially Walt Kaczynski in of labor will not allow supply of men are registered for centerfield, Jim Cranna at second discrimination of Canadian labor. I work here. More than 1,000 have :. o : ; labor must oe within the last few days, base and Joe Wodjewodka at third submit that Canadian registered Mr. L. S. Baker, who has been war pro- jects he said. He said that there were base was exceptionaly good. The given preference on any travelling into ' Alaska for the past of the de- fensive within Canada. The unlimited man men, unfit for military ser- vice true exact opposite was 25 years, made his first stop-ov- er work of the Bears for al- though mpas.ir of sacrifice and co-ope- ic- who were available for civilian in Whitehprse this week. He rep- resents labor deserves work and who were glad obtain ball until emanating, from tov they played good ,-- n the largest houses in gents' the fourth, in that inning, the whole more sympathetic consideration such. furnishings in the States and is team seemed to go to pieces and from our government. "Because the United States gov- ernment familiarly known to his many every rnan chalked up at least one Dangerous Practice wants to pay decent wages, friends in the north and from San miscue. Pitcher Chalmers had al- lowed Commenting on his telegram, Mr opponents of Labor don't want to Francisco to New York as "Alabama the vaunted Rebels no hits nor rieclared that "The low wage see the U. S. employ Canadian La- bor." Sam." He is an adept with hook and prior to the bow-u- p in the fatal structure for common lab6r in Can- ada concluded Mr. Berg. Edmon- ton line and would rather go fish,in fourth. under the present high cost of Bulletin. any did time than make moneyT Mr. Score: living equals peonage and- - should Minister's Reply Baker is now en route south to The Box Whitehorse Bears R H E not be tolerated in any democracy. The following is the te$t of the meet his two sons who are in Uncle 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 12 It is a dangerous practice which wire sent by Hon. Humphrey Mit- chell Sam's Air Force. Happy landings ' undermines the whole fabric oi oui in reply to Mr. Berg's tele- gram: to "Alabama Sam" and when he . Reardon's Rebels 1 social system. comes north again in the Fall to 0 0 0 3 4 3 1 314 10 , Whitehorse-Chal-me- rs "Since neither employers or gov- ernments Your telegram seventh received launch his "Spring Offensive" here's The Batteries: Rebels Bargel seem interested to bring and the United States government, hoping he will drop "Out of the and Saffer. as you know, is financing'"construct-io- n Blue" in Whitehorse where a hearty and Pinkham. the7y egained the lead of Alaska highway and confer- ences welcome will be awaiting him. The Second Game third quickly wire the rest of the on subject matter yoiir which, they held for in the district. Sunday's paid of officials senl The second game have been held with twin bill was much closer than the game. from Washington. It has been Certain sections of the work will first Reardon's Rebels downed ine dua , T.0-n- rc be let to American contractors who as xjKoic R ti & agreed uiai ""u""' t, j . the Whitehorse Bears 9-- 8. Reardon s Rebe.-s- an opportunity to will employ their labor from the Dick Robertson hurled for the 'carry out certain sections of the United States and-rate- s paid will pitch- ed Whitehorse Bears . tdIV . . . . .-- J: i.u "be in accordance with United States winners while George Cooper 0 3 3 0 l 0 1- -8 8 1 work in wmcn "case anuidn wu- -' " and rate will law, Which requires a bonus bo for the losers. and or will , be employed The Rebels jumped away to a five Batterie- - Rebels-Rober-tson Bears-Co- oper be set by the National War Labor paid to men working in va country run lead in the opening frame 'and Shanker Pinkham. . Board and will be baseu on other than United States. overtaken in the and Shaffer. ' although they were
THE WHITEHORSE STAfC V H1TEHORSE, YUKON FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 not with the desperate concentrat- ion () of the men of Dunkirk. They knew what they were fighting for "Volom ot the Yukon' iuQt tn remain alive. But what are we fighting for? I it real? Is it An Independent Journal worth while? Is it personal enough to stir us out of a dangerous over-confiden- ce? Published every Friday atv "Our liberties!" ' Well, what are they? The iiDeny 10 J Whitehorse, Yukon Territory speak as we wish and to worship as and we wish. How long will these re-- The Vhite Pass Yukon Route On the Trail of 98 main to us ii; we lose; nuw iung did -- they last in Norway or Denmark The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to Member of Canadian Weekly or Holland or Belgium or Poland or France or Greece or those otner Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska Newspapers' Association. countries, that have been smeared HORACE Ii. MOORE - Publisher by the swarm ofN azi locusts? And AIRPLANE SERVICE don't let us believe that pur case is different from theirs. If the British connections plane service, making northbound and south-boun- d Let us have faith that right makes and United States navies should with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, might; and in that faith let us to lose a few more capital ships, if Pierre Laval should do what r Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information tne end dare to do our duty as we obviously wills to do--deliv- er the 1 understand it. Lincoln. apply to any '::.:i-:'-:-y- - French fleet into German hands-th- en' the Atlantic and Pacific are WHITE PAS $ AG EN T, or JUNE ,19th, 1942 about as effective safeguards to this continent as the Great Lakes. 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. We are fighting for our liberites, WHAT ARE WE FIGHTING FOR? we say. .But mpst ot mem are al ready lost. Think it over. Can you non r,nrif. rnuld answer travel where you , mignt want to that question; so could the Italians. travel? Can you spend your money It has been drummed into them for where and how you want? Can you ANNOUNCEMENT years. A whole generation has buy a new car, or enogh gas to fmni' ' thP rrarile into the run it, or tires to carry it? You 111WVU j. i - " army with only one thought before can't run your business the way you them, one dream, one purpose, iney want. Maybe you can't run it at all Willson E. Knowlton are out to conquer a world. You can't wear the sort of clothes 'The little yellow man of Japan you want. You can't go from one has the same dream. He knows what job to another. If you are young Optometrist of Vancouver, B. C. he is enough, whether you like it or no, he wants and he knows why fighting. He is shrewd; he is cruel; you may have a uniform as part of Will arrive in Whitehorse the latter part of this month your job. If you are old, you can't been far beyond the and ragged he has edge never of starvation. Now be sure of the securities that once and will be located at the Whitehorse Inn seemed invulnarable. Don't talk of he is out to satisfy his needs, and "liberty." Talk oi the things that Please Make Appointments Early In accordance with local to take those more. He is going :''''' represent liberty to and '''"''notices. . you see things from some some one; anyway how many of them Hitler has cir- cumscribed else is we look at it, that some one ourselves. or taken from you. They are arrogant people, these Maybe doing without some of tened; it has no right to be at peace. the burden of great joys. Bovee. Germans and Japanese. They want these things is not so trying. The Mary Baker Eddy. change is novel, now. But look at Great joy, especially after a sud- den not world where they will be. only a The pursuit in which we cannot it this way. Suppose all those change of circumstances, is apt and have, everything they want a ask God's protection must be crim- inal: things are not just- - something to to be silent, and dwells rather in the will be world where every one else the pleasure for which bear for a moment; suppose they we heart than on thetongue . Fiediing. subservient to them. The German dare not thank Him cannot be in- nocent. dream, the Japanese dream, is to are something that may be lost for Richard Fuller. Be faithful over home relations; get their feet on the neck of all. the ever., . . (). V they lead to higher joys; obey the free people of the world and to re- shape What are we fighting for? We are He who can at all times sacrifice Golden Rule for human life, and it that world' nearer to the Nazi fighting for liberty, yes, but very, pleasure to duty approaches subU-- will spare you much bitterness. hearts desire. If you don't believe very personal liberties, ' the things mity. Lavater. Mary Baker Eddy. it, open your eyes and look about that have made life generous for us. We Joy is an elation of spirit of a you. are fighting' for them as our IIIGIIER forefathers JOYSJ spirit which trusts hV the goodness The Germans and the Japs know fought. They, to get The most profound joy has, more and truth of its own possessions. very well what they are fighting them; we, to get them back. If we of gravity than of gaiety in it. Seneca. for. But do we know? What are we don't win,- - you and I will never see Montaigne. them again. J. L. Rutledge, Who bathes in worldly joys, fighting for? "For freedom," we say, pub- lisher "for liberty, for our way of life." of Liberty. Tranquil pleasures last the long- est; swims in a world of fears. Phineas --o- : .. we are not fitted to bear long Fletcher. - Those words are the lofty obscuri- ties .- - that register with us very little. We have gone past the first surge of Gems of Cftougbt war enthusiasm. We are eager to Nf read now of how weary the German N M people are of war. We comfort our- selves ,.t PLEASURE N i-re- sn x Butter that there is a danger for The most H delicate, the most sen- sible M them in this attitude. We don't of all H Cured rV and pleasures, consists in M Try BURNS' recognize the same symptoms in our- selves. promoting the pleasure of others. H M Meats Shamrock Brand Creamfay Putter But is there in this country Bruyere. N Eggs a rush to the recruiting booths? The M f places of some women who worked Pleasure is very seldom fuo'nd H so diigently for the ' Red Cross where it is sought. Our brightest H blazes of gladness are M Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products : months ago are vacant as often as commonly hhey are filled. We read our pap- ers, kindled by unexpected sparks. M M Samuel M and are pleased to agree with Johnson. M the headlines that a few Jap planes A life merely ot. pleasure, or M N shot down can offset the stern facts chiefly of pleasure, is always a poor H H You Can Buy No Better" that we have lost Burma, that Japan and worthless life, not worth th M has come all the way round to. the living; always unsatisfactory in its H M H back door of China and is knocking course, always miserable in its end N M at the gates of India. Theodore Parker. M N We have not yet begun to figh- t- False M pleasure will be, is, chas "TTXXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXxXTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXJ .H
FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE, YUKON PAGE THREE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT SAVE TIME BY A I R HAS NO JURISDICTION OVER NON-WA- R WORK BBS STATES LABOR MINISTER. f AIR MAIL PASSENGERS Announcing that a conference be- tween AiB EXPRESS the Dominion and Provincial governments is about to be held in Ottawa that may affect thousands of "Canadian workers the Hon Humphrey Mitchell, Minister o! For Men between 20 and 401 Labor, is reported to have stateci Chang es in Here is a new insurance policy that the government had no juris- diction (issued in celebration of The over non-w- ar work but set Excelsior Life's Fiftieth Anniver- sary) a minimum wage scale for labor en- gaged which will on government contracts a Schedule PROVIDE YOUR FAMILY scale of 35 cents per hour for men (if you should die before Age 60) and 25 cents an hour for women Mr. Mitchell also informed the House WITH IN CASH Vancouver -- Whitehorse that he had received complaints immediate to help cover expenses that this had upset the wage stru- cture. (Daily except Friday) Vancouver News-Heral- d. i.00 THEN 1UU A MONTH during the FIRST YEAR NORTHBOUND Lv- - Vancouver . . 1 0 a. m, PRIME MINISTER STATES THEN ! A MONTH during the SECOND YEAR Ar. Whitehorse! . . . 7 p. m. GOVERNMENT DOES NOT AND ?50'00 A MONTH during the THIRD YEAR SOUTHBOUND CONSIDER CONSCRIPTION while making necessary adjustments to replace your present income. I,v Whitehorse . .7 a. in. NECESSARY AT PRESENT WHEN YOU REACH AGE 60 and greatest need$ 0 17 9. 00 Ar. Vancouver . . 5.:0 p- - m. for this protection is past, you may exchange policy for AO JL mM IN CASH Launching the conscription debate Edmonton - Whitehorse in the House of Commons last Wed- - THE ITir.TIM COST 1CC.a 9 iiliX Deposited annually I nesday the Prime Minister statec Healthy men between 20 and 40 may (Daily except Friday ) that the government does not be- lieve secure "JUBILEE PAYMASTER" Policies conscription for service over- seas NORTHBOUND WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION at the time. 'am is present necessary Mail letter or postcard for rate at your age. 12.45 in- - Lv. Edmonton p. Moreover, he added, it may never A r. Whitehorse ....7 p. m. become necessary. "But in case it .- -. SOUTHBOUND should ever become necessary it is Lv- - Whitehorse . .7 a. m. surely the part of wisdom that there should be doubt whatever of the no Ar. Edmonton . . -- 5 p. m. power of the government to take Direct connections at White- horse the necessary action the moment for Fairbanks, Alaska, the necessity, to do so may arise." and at" Edmonton with T. C. A. for points south. NUMBER MEN CALLED The above schedule rei nains FOR MILITARY TRAINING For Part'culars apply to T. A. PEA at Whitehorse Inn. in force until further notice- - BEING STEPPED UP- - For Full Flight Information OTTAWA. In the largest month- ly requisition- - for July reached the de- partment Along with men who enlisted vol Consult requisition so far, the army is of national war services, untarily, the 15,000 compulsory ser- vice Barber for military which handles the compulsory sel-V-i- on men in July will mean in- wards men J. A. -- ailing up 15,000 entering of men for the army last of 20,000 men in July. training WHITEHORSE army training centres. 1 . The June call-u- p was 8000. The Thursday. - nnriuroirc OF CANADA LIMITED . - - ASSOCIAitw Drci - m PRODUCT pruuui OF iwi rlSnlaved'by the Government of Yukon Territory. nr or ctLspiajeu This advertisement is not published
V1HTEI10KSE YUKON FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 WlllTKHOKriE STAR PAGE FOUR THE Morrison are to bejoint hostesses- - at 'LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS" ARTHUR EINBODEN REDUCED FEE ON the home of the former, at six tables A NJNETY-EIGHTE- R AIRGRAPH MAIL SENT TO of bridge in honor of Mrs. L. F. "This then is the message which KEOTRNS TO YUKON. Ah MED FORCES IN U. K. Barr. :;: ;'-::-'- .' we send forth today to all states and nations, 'bound or . free, to all the Iwiv Arthur Einboden, formerly oi Monday evening, June 8th, is to in all the who On June 15 postage on Airgraph men lands, care for Toronto but who now has his home Messages from Canada to our for- ces be the scene of five tables of bridge freedom's cause: To our allies and lecated at South Hazel ton, B. C, ar in the United Kingdom or the given jointly by Mrs. C. M. Sands, well-wishe- rs in Europe, to our Am- erican rived in town from Prince Rupert Middle East will be reduced to just and Mrs. Wm. McKechnie, at the friends and helpers, drawing will be employed in last week and construction work now be Six cents per message from the pre- sent home of the former, in honor of ever closer in their might across the the big rate of Ten cents, the Honour- able ocean, this is the message lift , up ing carried on throughout the Yu- - Mrs. L. F. Barr who is leaving to William P. Mullock, K. C, M. your hearts. All will come right. kon. '-- ..'." return to her home in Fairbanks on P., Postmaster General announces. Out of the depths of sorrow and Despite his sixty-eig- ht years Mr. June 11th. As a further concession to facilitate sacrifice will be born again the Finboden is in the best of health correspondence between people in glory of mankind." and in the course of conversation Canada and the United Kingdom SUBSCRIPTIONS' NOW DUE .7 Winston Churchill, with him this week he gave a very Airgraph Service will be extended interesting account of his first trip ' td' Civilians on the above date. into the Yukon in the hectic days of '98. . He"'came by way of Edmon- ton The reduction of the Airgraph fee and states that whenever he to our Forces should do much to in- crease hears that name he thinks of his the use of this time-an- d- journey by wagon, sleigh, horse, space-savin- g facility by which mes- sages boat and dog team into the Klon- dike. written on special forms ob- - ainable at all Post Offices, are pro- - "It sure does not seem like forty-liv-e sessed on a reel of microfilm and years ago" stated Mr. Einboden. carried by plane to the United ; e w iij one of a party which started Kingdom, where a photographic en-- out from Edmonton by sail and had argement is made of each message feven ions of grub on board. The which is placed in an envelope and following fifteen months were spent forwarded for delivery. In the case mostly in eating and sleeping be- tween of Airgraphs from Canada to the the prairie town and Fort Middle East, the original forms are Yukon. The winter of 1899 and early flown to the United Kingdon for in 1900 was spent prospecting bur in processing. Iwe worcis of the narrator "their i The great reduction of the Air l'ick was not so hot. I guess we got graph fee and the extension of the two to three thousand dollars in service to Civilians should prove an gold and this we spent in looking incentive to the public to further for more." In 1901 he left Skagway co-opera- tion in helping save valu- able by the str. Humbolt and from the cargo space, urgently required i.asi journeyed back to Toronto. for war supplies. It will be re- membered ybout June 1902 he was back in that a single reel of mic-rofi- n, Skagway again and like so many weighing only 6 ounces, con- tains others in those days walked the 1500 messages.' At the outset track to Whitehorse. Buying a Airgraph service was confined to small boat here and with six others letters addressed by Canadians to snipped to Dawson taking four and the Armed Forces in the United a half days to make the trip. There Kingdom and later the Middle East, was no Marsh Lake Dam those days and afterwards was '' extended by to assist navigation on the river. He the Potmaster General to messages remained in Dawson ; until 1903 addressed from personnel of the when "Waddy" a Jap arrived in Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and Dawson and began boosting Fair- banks British Forces serving in Canada, to which was then only a small their families and friends in the settlement. Einboden left to try his United Kingdom. luck in "The Promised Land" and The rate on Airgraph Messages settled in a little settlement nine sent by Civilians to Civilian addre-se- s miles distant from Fairbanks where in the United Kingdom will be he opened the first meat shop with 15 cents a message. ' the carcasses of a moose and two calves which he had killed. Then on to Little Delta travelling rigiit through the foothills of Mt. Mc-Kinl- ey. ATLIN When in Fairbanks he My HUSBAND and the children say that stated that there were about 450 The wedding is announced of men there who couldn't earn 50c a Miss Florence Durie, youngest dau- ghter now there's so much money coming day. He returned from Fort Yukon of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Durie, to the Yukon on the old Loon in to Mr. Jack Hussey of Juneau, Al- aska. in, I should have all the things I've November 1903 taking 22 days to . The ceremony took place in wanted." make the trip. From Dawson he Juneau on April 23rd. always came over the Trail to Whitehorse "But I thank ! Freddie and continued to Skagway covering Mrs.L. F. Barr of Fairbanks, Al- aska, say no you My the approximately 432 miles in the former Mary Kate Sands, 141, has been gave up his job willingly and lives in a days. He then left for the Outside visiting her parents Mr. and this is his and Mrs. C. M. Sands here in Atlin. first trip into the tent. The least each of us at home can Territory since that time. Many of Mrs. Barr's friends have taken the opportunity of her visit do is to go without this and that and tlIXXIIITTTTTTTHlnTTTTrD by giving several parties in her honor. buy War Savings Stamps every week so 17. H, THEATRE Mrs. A. James has returned to her the boys over there will have everything home in Atlin after spending the Whitehorse .. ... Yukon winter with her son and daughter-in-la- w they need for victory." in Oakland, Calif. Shows Every Mr. Gunar Lindgren has returned Night once more to Atlin, after a long ill- ness. Buy War His Savings Stamps from banks, many friends are happy post offices, telephone offices, department (Except Sundays) to see him looking so very well stores, druggists, grocers, tobacconists, Pictures changed . thrice Weekly. again. book stores and other retail stores. . - - "tuiars- - On Tuesday evening, June 9th, National War Finance Committee nxZZZZZZZJ-llXlHXTZZXXXZ- Xl iVirs vv- - W. Wright and Mrs. A, M. '1
FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WH1TEI 10RSE YUKON PAG'C FIVE gxxxxxxxiiiiiixiiiuxiiii: MISS PEARL COTTLE "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" BECOMES BRIDE OF FRED MORGAN. a patron bb At St. Paul's Pro-Cathed- ral in Dawson on June 4th Miss Pearl Cottle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. FOR 8 $t S. Cottle of Victoria, B. C, became the bride of Mr.' Fred Morgan the Rev. J. R. B. Vance officiating. The YEARS j bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by Miss We have a letter from up-coun- try Anita Stanch as bridesmaid and The writer states Mrs. B. A. Stromkins as marton of she has used "all kinds of honor. Mr. Stromkin was the canned milk" but Pacific groomsman. After the ceremony a Milk continually since she reception was held at the home of began it "because of its the Stromkins. The bridal couple richness and flavor. That will leave shortly for Sulphur Creek where they will make their home was eight years ago." for the summer. It's only real excellence that , .' V " o" " .' v'. could bring a milk a pre- ference SPECULATION RIFE IN like this. ALLIED CAPITALS ON Pacific Milk OPENING SECOND FRONT. The purest form in which tobacco can be smoked' Speculation is rife in the capitals IRRADIATED Or COURSE of the United Nations regarding the opening of a second front in Europe. The new- - treaties entered into be Classified Advertising in the Star always brings the desired results- - tween Russia, the United States and Great Britain have tended to accel- erate the impression that such a move is contemplated in the not far distant future. The three major points as far as the United Nations are concerned are ( 1 ) Creation of second front in Europe this year, (2) A possible Russian attack on Japan and (3) The opening of Sov- iet air bases to Allied bombers for attack upon Japan. It is the con-senso- us of opinion that the new treaties between the three great United Nations mark the downfall MISS C. L- - HUNTER MARRIED TO J. L. CODY ST. MARY'S CHURCH ' DAWSON. At St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Dawson, on June 10, Miss Catherine Lucy Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Hunter of Van- couver, was united in marriage to Mr. John James Cody, eldest son of Mrs. and the late James Cody of Dawson, the Rev. Father Le Ray of- ficiating. The bride entered the l Insist on PILSENER By church on the arm of Mr. C. H. Lager Beer. Enjoy Chapman and was attended by Miss Spli Betty Chapman as bridesmaid and Mrs. E. Hoodless as matron of hon- or. Mr. Frank Cody acted as th,e groomsman. The ushers were Alec. Mackenzie and Harry Fatt. - A pub- lic rcptioh held later at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Chapman was large- ly attended a tribute to the popul- arity of the bridal couple in the gold All the resources of the great metropolis. The groom is a member House of Seagram have been of one of the best known families employed by its master blenders in Dawson. The bride was former- ly to create this superb whisky a member of the nursing staff at of Priceless Perfection. St. Mary's Hospital. in Canada will be staged early next HOUSE OF SEAGRAM Dinillm Sine 18S7 for military P27M month to select men in August. Single men be- tween service is not publishe.1 This advertisement will be 30 the ages of 21 and or displayed by the Government of corresponding to assigned numbers Yukon Territory. the numbers . on slips at administ- rative CANADA ADOPTS headquarters,. The numbers LOTTERY SYSTEM FOR will be drawn from thev pool and the order they are drawn in will MILITARY SERVICE. determine the" order in which the Th npnartment of National De men will report for training. Sep- arate This advertisement is not published or will be held at each of -- Yukon Territory. lotteries the Government' by first fence has announced that the divisions. displayed of the thirteen military war service lottery to be .introduced
WHITEIIORSE YUKON FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 WHITEHQRSE STAR, VA(K S1X THE , ;w , , tho ww Registration of any document $2 When $500.00 has been expended n it-f- t ua Cc. u -- --- abandonment $100 or paid the locator may, upon hav- - HjckV-Othe- r cla ms shall not exceed nve . . ::vS;Sfeet ti.le.urth by one thou- - If affects more than one claim- - ig a survey made, and upon com JJp sand feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim $1.00 plying with other requirements, ob- - tain a lease for a term cf twenty of Title? mhi- - .tfeih as nearly as possible rectangular , in Abstract form and shall be marked by two1 For first entry ...... $2.00 one years with the right to renewal r if 1 legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry ....... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e NynOpSIS 01 Milling A LdW niiT claim( numbered "1" and "2" re-- For copy of Docume- nt- years Claims located prior to July spectively. 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 water 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 person eighteen years of age towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches ....... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. to enter, Schedule of Fees the right shall have or over discoverer shall be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon any length and & or . fraction thereof .............. $50.00 0 Recording every claim $10.00 , lands in the Yukon Terntory, q twQ discoverers' two claims, QUARTZ MINING For a substitutional record .. $10.00 whether vested in the Crown or Qf in 2 th. V V Application for a lease . .......... $10.00 minerals defined 0 u. to the u u boundaries of other otherwise, for the Subject ., For a certificate of improve- ments in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time 5. and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim of 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. Jhree 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 owned or lawfully occupied by an-- An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one $25.00 other until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder ; at each extremity of the location Recording every certificate of of work ........... . . . . $5.00 been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect-- the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten "miles of the Recorder's ively. On the side of No. 1 post For a certificate of partnership $5.00 damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- - faring. No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- - ; caused. lowed for every additional ten miles the name of the clann, a letter in-- went, affidavits, or any other document . . . . , , or fraction thereof. A claim may be "vdicating the direction to No. 2 post, ....t.. ................ $2.50 claims being located If document affects more than Where are located on Sunday or any public the number of 'feet to the right or which are situated more than one one claim, for each additional holiday. left of the location line, the date of hundred miles from the Mining Re- - claim : .. $1.00 location and the name of the locator, 1 (order's uiiiv-c- , office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a ., . . For granting period of . six ' . . . ' , il -- vx . , On No. 2 post, on the side facing No. ' than live in number, are authorized . claim shall n not ,ta have the right to lo-- ' L months within which to re- cord . ., . ,, 1 post, shall be ,-- ck inscribed the name to meet and appoint one of their cate another ,nntufl. claim i in the valley ii or . ' , , , . .. $4.00 ot h claim, thedae 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: the application and fees received to Title The claim shall be recorded with- - For the first entry" r....'......... $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. in fifteen days if located within ten For each additional entry .... .50 Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of- - For copies of any document re- corded T If two more own a or persons the provisions of the Act res. fice; one additional day shall be al- - where same do not claim, each such shall contn- - . , . . person , , .' ' ' , , . ... pect to locating and j recording ,- - a lowed for every additional ten miles exceed three folios ..... ... .. $4.00 to his interest . , . bute proportionately , . .. .. . . claim shall n be entitled x, Where such exceed three . . , . . to a grant or fraction thereof. copies to 1U the work required to be done for one year and shali have the ab- - folios. 30 cents per folio for thereon, and when proven -- to the Adjoining claims not exceeding solute right of renewal from every folio over three. Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number .be grouped, tQ year thereaftei.t ided duri may For recording a power of at- torney done so his interest may be vested the work each vear he does or causes to be necessary representation . to stake from one in the other co-own- ers. done $200.00 worth of work of the for each claim may then be per-- person .. ........ ........ $4.00 claim, files with the Recor-- formed on any one or more of the For of attor- ney The survey of a claim made "by a Mining recording a power duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- - der within fourteen days after the claims in the group, to stake from two per- sons veyor shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim .... ......................... $8.00 absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the For recording an assignment or shall be made on Form "A" and for claim surveyed, 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- - fee. quartz mining lease ... .... $3.00 ity and remains unprotested during GROUPING No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min-er- al 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 J J A about to undertake a . , . person , f. , , , ,. .. may be grouped and the work re- - Rental for renewal term of 21 bona fide prospecting trip may se- - . The timber on a mineral claim is ........................ .$200.00 to performed entit: years cure from the Mining Recorder reserved until the Mining Recorder the owner Qr owners renewal Dredging written permission to record at his the certifies that the same is required several claims uped may bfi A lease be issued for a per- iod risk claim within months. may own a six Vmor; for use m mininS operations on the performed on any Qne of of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the claim. The Commissioner, however,, stretch of river not exceeding ten above the ground, squared or laced claims grouped are owned by more may lssue a permit to holders of miles in length giving the exclusive other claims to the timbers remove for the upper eighteen inches , and than one person a partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and measuring four inches across the agreement creating a joint and for use m their mining operations platinum. The lessee must have at where other timber not faced portion. The post must be several liability'on the part of all avaiIable is readily least one dredge in operation on the firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years. . , , ' , the claims shall be executed and . Title Petroleum and Natural Gas -- Priority of location shall be deem- - fiied with the Mining Recorder. - i, - ed to convey priority of right. Cer- - , Any person having complied with A lease may be issued for a per- iod tain disputes may be heard and de-- : raxes and Fees the provisions of the Act with re of twenty-on- e years for an area termined by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate, of two and . gard to locating and recording a of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving the to the and na- tural claims . one-ha- lf Per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for right petroleum Grants of grouped or own-- rent- al be made a11 gold shlPPed fm the Yukon one year from the date of the record.- - gas on the area leased. A ed by one person may re-- acre is of 50 cents the date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- - and thereafter from year to. year, charged per newable on same for the first and $1.00 acre ptroller. year per 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 means any natural water , , , . .... . . . .,1U - For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after i the An Assay Office is maintained by course havmg an average width of , , .... , . .. ... ... . . . , , , t 4 Tf f renewed 0,,ir within 14 days expiration of the year, satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, less than one hundred and fifty feet , . . . after f. expiry date . $10.00 -- ,rtXn Mining t Recorder j that v the u work i has where gold exported from the Te- rritory between its banks. If after H dayg and within 3 been done,' and pay the Certificate will be purchased at its full Creek claims shall not exceed five months . ... $30.00 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. 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. Controlled
FRIDAY, JUNE .19th, 1942 HE WHITEIIORSE- - ST AH WHITEHORSE- - YUKON PA'JE SEVEN trucks over the West Dawson high- way.''' Steves returned to town in a smell . boat from Canadian Creek a couple Hughie Estridge has signed on as of days ago the operations there be- ing For a Northern Mining Camp a member of the crew of the steam- er suspended for the present. All Yukon for down river service. the equipment is left on the ground. Bill Kennedy, a member of the The Bralorne interests have been O, glory of immemorial placid evening .... A thousand thousand years have watched the bloom Canadian Bank of Commerce here, prospecting the property for tung- sten. will be leaving this branch within a Of alpine-ros- e fade into dusk oblivion month or so having been transferred Shrouding these lake-sid- e peaks in velvet gloom. Outside. Finally men came, searching the sands "for metr . ',"'.. , A bush fire near Moosehide last Men, Women Over 40 Selling their souls in ransom to the day Thursday threatened the whole ; vil- lage For food, for drink, to work, to lose in revel for a time. A change of wind Feel Weak, Worn, Old? The image of God, as mummers in a play. direction saved it from destruction. Want Normal Pep, Vim, Vitality ? After Spending a three-month- s' BjJfVTi'5'!' ru.ndown. exhausted condition make While nightly the starry pageant drifted over . . vacation Outside Postmaster James Keneral ?S?Jff?i tonics. ,B.Kged stimulants, .out'. oId? often Ty needed O- - after Contains 30 or The Hunter's bow drawn taut above the dew; K. Johnstone has returned home. Bi 40. Helps Supplies you Iron, Ret normal calcium, pep. phosphorus, vim. vitality vitamin In. Cycles "of birds and flowers and man's migration He traveled as far south as Cali- fornia, sale at all Rood drug stores everywhere. Came and passed on 'neath stars the Takus knew. it was his first trip Outside i For sale at for many years. WHITEHORSE PHARMACY Ever the mountains ... watching in cosmic silence Vic Foley, Fred Sjoberg arid Dick H. G. Macpherson ; Indian canoes pass, Huskies with jealous eyes, Wagons horse-draw- n, then motored by unseen magic . And Bird-me- n, now, careening through cloudy skies. We, too, shall pass, as they . : . and the opal waters That cradle the Arctic tern and the sea gull's grace, When we have slept for a thousand indolent summers, Will still reflect, here, the Beautiful Mountain's face. Atlin. B. C. KATHLEEN KEATS WHITE. DAWSON M :ltiiil SAVE TIME BY AIR I Mrs. Stone, wife of Charlie Stone the government telegraph operator at Selkirk, is a visitor in town. I AIR MAIL , It is reported that Cecil Butter-wort- h I AIR EXPRESS who left here early in the spring was recently married. in Van- couver. . " George Leslie who has been a re- cent visitor in town left recently by lhang esm Creek. the str. Casca for his home on Isaac " ' Schedule The water " in the Yukon river here has started to drop and it is thought the danger " of extra high levels has now passed. Vancouver -- Whitehorse ". . '.' J Joseph Fournier, the Hunke-Summi- t .,, (Daily except Friday) roadhouse operator, return- ed NORTHBOUND Thursday from a hurried all-rou- nd Lv- - Vancouver. . 10 a. m, trip by plane to the States. Ar. Whitehorse , ... 7 p. m. Twin daughters were born at St. SOUTHBOUND Mary's Hospital June 6, to Mr. and Lv- - Whitehorse V . . 7 a. m. Mrs. George Boxall. Mr. . Boxall is Ar. Vancouver. . 5.80 p- - m. an employee of the Y. C. G. Corp, Ltd, atQuartz Creek. Edmonton - Whitehorse . Three members of the Yukon (Daily except Friday) crew miss'ed their boat and are The stranded here. It , may be a few NORTHBOUND months before the Yukon comes to WilRTIlIE Lv. Edmonton 12.45 p. m-A- r. Whitehorse -- vj-v .7 p. m. Dawson again. . . 1:1:11:1111, i: SOUTHBOUND D. W. Mann, an old-ti- me partner Lv- - Whitehorse . .7 a. m. of W. CoUey of Kirkman Creek, of thousands Ar. Edmonton ...-- 5 p. m. who has been located at Spirit Lake, Idaho, since 1930, arrived in town Direct connections at White- horse recently. for Fairbanks, Alaska, and at Edmonton with T. C. former teacher George W. Rusler, A. for points south. at the public school here secured The above schedule remains his B. A. degree at the U .B. C. with honors recently. He was listed COAST BREWERIES in force until further notice- - Limited with eight others in the Class I For Full Flight Information honors list. v Vancouver, Victoria, Hew Westminster Consult J. A. Barber Bob McCo'mbe, the well-kno- wn 41.14 Fortymile freighter, and his wife, WHITEHORSE This advertisement is not published or are in town on a short visit. They made the trip in one of Bob's large displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory.
1 PAGE EIGHT THE WH ITEHORSE ST A R - W HI TE HORSE YUKON FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, 1942 j New Shipment of Mr. Jack Paterson of MacLean's Constable H. MacDonad," R. C. M. MEM'S WEAR Magazine, Toronto, arrived in town P., is now stationed at Carcross. Monday. ' MEN'S SHARKSKIN - Mr Gordon Cameron arrived WINDBREAKERS Mr. and Mrs. Milt ' Carswell of back from the coast last : Saturday in New Two Colour effects, also in Plain Colours. Spruce Creek, AtHn, B. C, arrived having successfully passed , his ex in Town Tuesday on a short, visit. amination as an aircraft mechanic. MEN'S WOOL WINDBREAKERS Don't foreet the Bridge Party to Mr. A. F. Daly, assistant general Zipper Fronts.' night in the Masonic Hall, the pro- ceeds manager of the Yukon Consolidated from which are being donated Gold Corporation Ltd. of Dawson, to the Red Cross Fund. is resigning his position the end of this month. He and Mrs. Daly MEN 'S INDIAN MADE SWEATERS Mrs. A. Coward of Selkirk, arriv- - , will be leaving for the coast early ed in town last week en route for J in July. . v . the Outside. Whilst An town she A LARGE VARIETY OF MEN'S SEPARATE DRESS was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I A wedding which will take place Frank Wilson. in Mayo, Yukon, the middle of June, ff . of wide interest here, is told in the The str. Casca cleared for Dawson engagement anounced today by Mr. on the 13th with 12 passengers and Mrs. F. J. Lettner of West Van-amo- ng whom were Messrs. C. A. couver, of their younger daughter, TAYLOR & DRURY Ltd Carmen and F. J. King who have Mildred, to Cpl. Bernard R. E'Ea-lc- ft for the Gold City on their an-- sum, R CMP. of Mayo, youngest son nual business trip, of Canon and Mrs. G. d'Easum of West Vancouver. The bride-ee- ct Dickson Steves arrived from Mayo OFFICIAL WEATHER Lantern lectures ''on the Yukon leaves for the north Saturday . by Y .S. A. T. plane last night and " June RErORT will be given until further notice Vancouver Sun. will be remaining here indefinitely. 11 Thursday each Wednesday, and Friday in l o : 71 Christ Church at 8 o'cock P. M. WHITE K OR SE BEARS The Crofton House School, Van 12 Friday 46 46 Many beautiful slides are displayed WIN" FROM ENGINEERS couver, having closed for the sum 14 13 Saturday .......;;.....-- ., 63 41 on the screen. Everybody welcome. mer vacation Miss Evelyn "Babe" Sunday 56 29 Richards is due to arrive home by 15 Monday ........................ 67 44 The Whitehorse Bears chalked up 16 Mr. Oscar La Terneau, the well-kno- wn Y. S. A. T. plane tomorrow accom- panied Tuesday 56 43 an easy victory over the 73rd En- gineer 17 prospector of Mt. Freegold, by a friend. Wednesday .................. 53 42 softball team in a game arrived in town this week and will played Monday evening, by the ixkxx be remaining here for an indefinite A longshoreman in , the employ of llliMinrrTTTTTT score of 16-- 6. Clayton Wesen pit- ched period. His many friends here are the WP. & Y. R. suffered a serious a good game for the winners glad to meet with him personally electric shock yesterday when his after getting away to a poor start TRAVEL again. hands came in contact with some when the Engineers jumped onto his '.V-:JV- '':'Y' live wires. He was assisting in the RAJIWAV on a delivery in the first frame for four STIAMSHIM Mrs. L. H. Barr. for whom numer- ous removal of the new office building COMMUNICATIONS runs. Bob Hanna of the losers nuiui social gatherings were held in to another site when the accident "PRINCESS" showed good form but was con- stantly her honor during her extended stay in happened. He is now in the local Liner trouble due to lack of in Atlin, arrived in town from that hospital, support by his team mates. "Switzerland of the North" last Sat- urday on her way back to her home The Bears opened the game by SKAGWAY to VANCOUVER in Fairbanks. Many of her friends scoring one run ini the first half of VICTORIA in Whitehorse were glad to meet the first inning on a sigle by Spidle or SEATTLE with her again during her short stay and another by George Copper. The LANTERN Southbound Sailings in town. 73rd came back in their half to slam PRINCESS LOUISE across four tallies before Wesen Monday, June 22 could stop them. Olaf Aalbu sing- led Thursday, July 2 rrflllTTIITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTJ and scored on Hanna's home run LECTURE Monday, July 6 then Ed. Heming and Jim Callen Monday, July 13 Christ Church-Anglica- n- became base runners and were sub Thursday, July 16 THE OLD LOG CHURCH sequently driven home by Jesus on the Thursday, July 23 Whitehorse Varila's timely double to center. Monday, July 27 That brought an end to the Engin Connections at Vancouver with Rev. L. G. Chappell, L, Th. eers scoring until ' the sixth when YUKON Canadian' Pacific Services: Rector. Fete Leppmg beat out a hit and was knocked in by Otis Gosnedd Transcontinental EVERY SUNDAY i . who was thrown out at second. Trans-Pacif- ic VV 8.30 a m.- - Holy Communion. " The Whitehorse team sewed Trans-Atlant- ic 10.00 a. m. Sunday School up CHRIST CHURCH the ball game in the third when Ian Tickets, reservations and full 11.00 a m.Morning Prayer. 1 MacFarlane, . Bill Gordon, Clay particulars 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer and WEDNESDAYS from Wesen, George Cooper, First Sacker Sermon. Hausen and George kay paraded L. H. JOHNSTON tXXXXXTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTX: across the plate for six runs. The v and General Agent C P. R. locals really went to town in . the FRIDAYS Skagway Alaska fifth for eight runs featured by fTXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXl George Kays long circuit smash to at $ P. M- - Canadian Pacific left field. ; , SACRED HEART MJLLUxxxu i 1 1 ITTXTTT-T- Tr The defensive work of the vic- tors Catholic Church was good and the infield Dull Sundays: ed off three sparkling double plays. Masses 7.30 and 9.00 A.M Varilla played a fine game in shft Yukon Electrical Company, field for the 73rd. Ltd. High Mass . ...10.30 A.M. " The Box Score: Benediction 7.30 P.M. Whitehorse Will be pieased to consult Bears R w v. ' Week days: . 1 0 6 0 3 0 1 Id 10 1 you regarding Masses 7.00 and 730 A.M. 73rd Engineers - Fridays: Benediction 7.30 P.M. 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 6 7 tight, Power. Supplies and Installations The Batteries: Whitehorse-Wes- en rillXXTTTTTTTTTf TTITTTTTTT-- . and MacFarlane. 73rd EneinPpr- - SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW DUE Haim- - and Aalbu. WHITEHORSE, Y. T. -