Frc-- CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY ol. 42. " No. 21 WHITEHORSE, YUKON. FRIDAY, MAY 22nd, 1942 -- Subscription $3.00 Year. JRACK GERMAN CRUISER DRAFTEES INTO ARMY RINZ EUGEN CRIPPLED NOT PERMITTED NOW IFF NORWAY IN TO TRANSFER INTO lLLIED AERIAL ATTACK. NAVY OR AIR FORCE- - The ten-thousa- nd ton German The Defence Department an- nounced ruisor Prinz Eugen was crippled last Friday that all men 1 a running fight off the southern called up after May 20 for training lonst of Norway last Sunday night under the provisions of the Nat- ional 4.ni. "Uj u.. r:t:u Resources Mobilization Act will not be permitted to transfer and Canadian airmen. The elusivex cruiser was being escorted at the Vk rrerz. J j 'ITS! lZZ-Sr- l 'rom the army to either the navy or time by four destroyers and a the air force after they have report- ed swarm of German planes and was at any. army training centre. In trying to slip back into a German order to carry out this new policy porf'fromTrondheim where she had the navy and air force will discon been lying since she was damaged tinue recruiting at any army train- ing by a British submarine i.u.. I centres. ADMIRAL HARWOOD NOW IN COMMAND OF BRITISH BODIES OF SEVEN U- - S. first boat to leave. Whitehorse Navigation on river opened yesterday. MEDITERRANEAN FLEET. SOLDIERS DROWNED NEAR fort st JOHN jrecovered. Softball Season Gets Under On Monday Rear-Admir- al Sir Henry Harwood who becm fam- ous The bodies of seven of the twelve Way. Exciting Matches Foreseen in his successful attack upon the United States officers arid men who German pocket battleship Graf Spee vere drowned last week near Fori (By Adrian P. Spidle) in 1939 was on Monday appointed St. John were recovered Saturday and sin-practis- ing Commander-in-Chi- ef of the British ltvo'.mh the boys have been ; home run, triple, double, and dragging operations were still ! " the Mediterranean with the for some time (and have gle. Werbber, Albright, LaBella, fleetjn being carried out for the recovery the of the acting rank of Admiral. He suc- ceeds had some fast games too) the first of and Smith were big guns of the other five bodies. A "jeep" the season's regular series of soft- - losers attack while the defensive Sir Andrew Cunningham who and caterpillar tractor and other ball games was played last Sunday j work "of Catcher Smith was out- - for the past two year has been the equipment were being taken across afternoon and was followed up standing. The box score: scourge of Mussolini's navy and the lake when the accident occurred. Tuesday evening by another such : WHITEHORSE who now has been named head of Two officers, a major and a lieuten- ant, E the in Wash- ington, game. It is expected that a lively Player Pos. AB R H Admiralty delegation were sitting in the "jeep" at season of the popular diamond game Kay ,. ) LF 5 3 3 0 D C, succeeding Sir Charles the time. The names of those RF 2 0 0 1 Little who becomes Commander-in-Chi- ef . drowned have not been disclosed.. fair town tf this V year V and according to Maple SS 7 4 4 3 of the Portsmouth naval base. i advance indications there will be a MacFarlane C .7 3 4 1 REPORTED JAPS MASSING good 1 u rnout . of . fans to cheer, jrer. Cooper ....... 2B 7 3 4 3 SUBMARINE ATTACKS RF 7 4 4 3 etc. the" umpires and players during, Gordon ON TANKERS ATLANTIC LARGE FORCES FOR NEW each game for nearly 200 waU hed Weissjei ber IB 7 3 6 3 THRUST Otf AUSTRALIA. Sundays game and almost that Spidle 3B 6 2 4 3 COAST CAUSE DRASTIC Williarrson CF 6 13 2 GAS REGULATIONS. many were on hand Tuesday ev.?n- - The Japanese launched their 4ng V ' , MacDonald P 6 2 1 2 Hon, C D. Howe, Minister of Port heaviest attack Moresby upon There are plans :- - three games on Tuesday but they were success- fully to be played weekly as follows:; Totals .... . 25 33 21 Munitions - and Supply has an- nounced repulsed It was the fifty-seco- nd Sunday at 2 p., m., Tuesdays and ' ARMY that the Cause for dras- tic attack made upon that port Thursdays at 7 D. rn. Everyone is Hill . P-S- S 7 3 1 gasoline regulations is due to s'ne war broke out in the Pacific. invited f to come out - and - see the Werbber ................ CF 7 6 2 submarine attacks upon tankers It is now believed that the Japs are games and if there are any would- - John IB 7 4 1 on- - the Atlantic. "In - recent massing large forces along a seven- teen. be players who are interested in Smith C 7 3 0 weeks" stated the Minister "the hundred mile arc of bases .(.iniii' one of .the teams they are Phil 3B 7 3 3 loss of tankers became so severe above for thrust LaBella LF 6 3 1 shipping on the Atlantic was Australia a new asked to contact li. J. "Mac" Mac-- southward. "Meanwhile Chinese Donald of the Whiichorse Royal Albright 2B 7 5 1 tied up for a period of ten days" troops have completely destroyed a Canadian Mounted Police who will Booth RF 7 3 1 The Maritime provinces have Japanese mobile column north of gladly help them join a team. Buckle ....... SS-- P. 7 6 5 1 been particularly hard hit. On the other hand fuel require- ments -- the Burma Road some fifty miles All branches of the U. S. Army; inside Yunnan Province and are are epecially invited to engage in Totals 24 35 11 for the navy, army and air stated to "be battling other invader the competition and if any outfit has R II E force in that part ot'Can ada have increaed. , columns to a standstill. or ji intends miciiua to iu nan. have a m softball v.i team Army they are asked to get fin touch with ;4 ,1 2 2 5 3.1 6 0 0 24 35 11 MacDonald" or Adrian bpiale at iuc Whitehors of the most difficult and unusual "IN HIS STEPS" FAMOUS Whitehorse Inn for information re 634560000125 33 21 things that a batter can s do and POOK BY CHARLES garding scheduling of games, etc. Tuesday's Game x "Maple" displays to local fans some SHELDON OVER CKv. -- JN Sunday's Game Th? Whitsoo'.v team c. mplett ly of the power"at the plate that kept DRAMITIZED FORM. The Town team defeated the j outclassed the Shipyard Workers in him in the major leagues for many Army team in a free hitting contest i a softball game Tuesday evening, years Weisgerber with two homers, created fcat u,ont innines before Dick , winning by a score of 22-- 3. "Mac" a triple and a single and Gordon A book which years ago a great impression around .the world Wpi!rhpr . . w.vov broke it up with a MacDonald pitched an excellent with a homer and three singles wero .and of which since its first public- ation smashing home run to , deep center game allowing only nine hits and the other mainstays of the Towners million jvjrQMVnniH nitrhed for the winners, never losing control over the oppos attack. The score by innings: " over twenty-tw- o cop- ies0 while nhe Service team used several ing batsmen. "Mape" Maple re-- Shipyard Team R R L have been sold is now being each Sun- day hnri A fpature of the heavy ' peated his amazing feat of Snuday's -- 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 9.8 heard in dramatized form Maple's! game by garnering a home run, tri-quarte- tte Whitehorse Howard "Mape" at 7 o'clock (P.D.S.T.) hitting was evening over station C.K.W.X. of blows which included a 1 'ble, and single This is one 5 0 6 0 6 6 4 1 x 22 28 2
YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 22nd, 1942 ... fivii wiiiTPiiniiKR STAR. WHITEHORSE. ha cck ' in 1882 and there took ti V7i . . .:: i. v fire flfan active interest in-chur- ch work. lie came over the i ran in me uau, of '98 and mined at Dominion "Voloo of thm Yukon days and Bonanza Creek " He was also at An Independent Journal one - time superintendent of public works in the Yukon Territory. Fun-er- a Published every Friday at services were hed in the First United Church, Vancouver, the fol- lowing Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Roddan Monday officiating. tlie Rev. Andrew TheWhite Pass and Yukon Route On the Trail of '98 The late Mr. bmith is urvived by his widow, two sons, Charles G. of q The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to " Weekly the n. M- - M. &. iom rieia ahiucij, Member of Canadian Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - N. B.; Robert Laurne in vancouvei Newspapers' Association. and two sisters, Mrs. R. C. Biss of IIOKACK K. MOORE - - Publisher Forest Grove and Mrs, M. Roch, Australia. " . connections northbound and south- bound o - :', plane service, making I.c-t'u- s have faith that right makes DOMINION GOVERNMENT with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, and" in that faith let us to might; ARRANGING TO INCREASE ; Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information Hie end 'dare to do our duly as wt OIL PRODUCTION IN understand it. : Lincoln. apply to any MACKENZIE RIVER AREA. W H I T EPA S SAG EN T, or of MAY 22nd, 1942 Hon. C. D. Howe, Minister Munitions Mid Supplies, announces 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. that the Federal government has ar- ranged 0 (0 THE TIDE IS TURNING to increase oil production in the Lower MacKenzie river district. With all the reverses the United A pipe line has been built from Fort Nations have so far suffered there, is Nornian to the Alaska Highway. every indication that the " tide is A report on the possibility of de- velopment turning slowly but surely 'against of Northern Alberta tar the enemy. , The major operations sands as a source of oil is expected now in progress throughout the var- ious shortly. theatres of war seem to prove conclusively tlat the Nazis have SAVE TIME BY AIR attaining without "shot their wad" their objective. The turning point in Europe, of course, has been the ill-fat- ed drive the Nazis have wag- ed against the Russians. It has most IAIP MAIL assuredly been the most colossal I DASSENGEPS AiR EXPRESS war ever waged in history. Today, after the Nazis have poured all 'iheir kTHu novnjr resources into Russia defeat, stares tnem in the face and none resize this more acutely than do Hitler and his henchmen Bat the end. is Changes in " not yet.' '..The; conflict is' beirv con ducted on both sides with a ferocity i never before witnessed with this major difference that whereas the j Schedule Russian morale is being sustained t , . '. . . 11 A Al ! by tneir great accompnsnmenis me German morale is being weakened Vancouver with defeatism staring them in the -- Whitehorse face." The latest news to date is that r (Daily except Friday) American expeditionary force, huge NORTHBOUND heavily equipped with tanks, heav JiV- - Vancouver. 10 Lager Beer. Enjoy I JfeCSpv II a. my guns and other war material has ar- rived Ar. Wliitehorsev. . . 7 p.-m- . the fine quality and I fJ in Northern Ireland the larg- est c convoyed since the outbreak of SOUTHBOUND war. Looks very much as if an in- vasion I a - Whitehorse '..7 a. m. is to be made in" the not far A r Vancouver. . 5.80 p- - m. distant future. When and where such invasion will be made remains Edmonton - Whitehorse p. closely guarded secret, but indi- cations are that it will be carried (Daily except Friday) out with such forces and materials NORTHBOUND as to make its accomplishment an JiV. Edmonton 12.45 p. , in-- A assured success. v. Whitehorse . . . . 7 p. hi. The war was started in Europe and there it will be terminated. SOUTHBOUND With Italy long rendered "a weak ' Ijv. Whitehorse . .7 a. m. sister" the days of (German domin- ation Ar. Edmonton . . . - -- 5 p. in. in Europe are numbered and Direct connections at White- horse with her downfall the defeat of the Japs will follow as a matter of for Fairbanks, Alaska, andi at Edmonton with T. C. course. A. for points south. george r. smith, pioneer The above schedule remains yukoner passes away in force until further notice- - in Vancouver. For Full Flight Information Consult " . On May 2nd George Robert Smith passed away at lus home in Van- couver. J. A. Barber This advertisement 'is not published or Born in Dublin seventy-tw- o WHITEHORSE displayed by the Government of Yuk n Territory. years ago he arrived at Indian
FRIDAY, MAY., 22nd, 1942 THE WIIITEIIORSE STAR WHITEHORSE YUKON PAGE THREE VICHY GOVERNMENT THE ESTATE OF "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS fENT CITY BROADCASTS SEEKING JOHN HAGSTROM By J. F. S.: FRENCH-CANADIA- N AID. Deceased A PATRON j fi""r,ti!''iil IkFAfll Mil To the boys in . camp, ' the ."Trail An attempt by the Vichy govern- ment ALL PERSONS - 11 1 1 m J having claims l? 98" is becoming me "iran oi any to of both Can- adians secure support -- against FOR 8 o botU because oi me worn iney - the estate of the above-nam- ed (car Ire doing and because they still feel and Americans of French de- scent deceased, are required to file he lure of gold. was disclosed Tuesday; In a the, same with the;Public Admini- strator YEARS Evaporated Some brightly colored grains of broadcast Leon Broussard, chief po- litical at Pawson ,on or before the ;and when attracted he saw one them soiaier, mixed iasi in commentator for, the Vichy 1st day of August, 1942, supported We have a letter from , up- -' eek( radio, urged all North Americans of by country The writer states ..I. rtrcQtor1 nil mhpr . nf ' dark statutory declaration, after Trench descent to form a French which date she has used "all k mds of ...ini , nnwn uv me uva. the estate will be dis- tributed, dll'-- 'i " - bloc attached to "the ancient tradit- - canned milk" bu' Pacific He gathered tnem up, wiin vis- - having reference only to r in ' !? -- future - - ririHnn raiher than to . their present claims which have been so filed Milk continually since she vvwv.i" ions ui began it "because , of its "overnments. Yesterday it was re- ported ALL PERSONS indebted to the we.. :. ,." richness and flavor. That Tlie. soldier took the sand to comr- ades that all French consular of- fices I said estate are requested to make in his battalion " headquarters, immediate payment' to the Public was eight years ago." throughout the Dominion had It's only real excellence that and. there tney - sirainea u, wuu Administrator. been closed on instructions from the could bring a milk a pre- ference DATED mercury, through two thicknesses AT DAWSON this 8th 0f a handkerchief, in place of the Prime Minister but it is undent eou day of May, 1942 like this. shammy skin which should have that Canada has not as yet severed C: E. McLEOD, . been used. '.. 'o;'-- ' her diplomatic relations with the . Public AdministrMnr. Pacific Milk The colored grains of sand, which ; ;- -y rovenTnent. Why. not9 (1955) 19-- 3 may or may not , have been gold, IRRADIATED OF COURSE i airriiiriri in i- - should have stuck- - to the mercury. i V.Air on fV-irmif- fh . tliprp , JjUl WliCU U'tjr 6"' uuiubi : wasn't even enough to be seen! A group of medical soldiers were engaged in a heated argument in the regimental . canteen the other night. Finally, one who had live years service to his credit, became ex- asperated' with the others, an.i DRASTIC NEW REGULATIONS shouted, "Listen . I've stood at at- - iion longer th'Jr. you ve beon. in the. army!" restricting sales of new, retreaded, and used tires, new and used tubes, and retreading services mere is one uiawuatA ij wi& showerbath, headquarters in the which company woods. the ' regimental has con- structed S ARE NOW IN EFFECT It is a fine structure, built of logs, ; xnitara with ticauv tar nnner and I Only a limited few, the owners of essential eligible vehicles, may now obtain usable tires or tubes, or retreading services. Apart from sales permitted with an ample supply of hot water. by the new regulations, no person may buy or sell, borrow or lend, barter, give But the boys lose their soap. away, mortgage, burn, cut, destroy or otherwise dispose of any such tire or The flooring was hewn from ; tube. Eligible vehicle owners are divided into three classes, on this basis: small trees. It has been smoothed . out as much as possible, but still Clap:. Who may buy: What may be bought: How purchases may be made: there are cracks through which A" Physicians, New, retreaded, or used tires; To buy new tire or tube, retreaded tire slippery wet soap can fall through. Visiting nurses, new or used tubes; retreading or retreading service, purchaser must Now the boys get a cake of soap Firefighters, services. apply for Ration Permit to the nearest along with their weekly cigarettt Police, office of Wartime Prices and Trade Certain trucks, etc Board: (For used tire or used tube, see ration. Class "C"). B" War ' Retreaded or used tires; used To buy retreaded tire or retreading ser- vices, Keep down as much as you can Technicians tubes; retreading services. purchaser must apply for Ration War supply Permit to the nearest office of War in for the standard of your wants, inspectors, time Prices and Trade Board: (For this lies a great secret of manliness, Taxi owners, etc. used tire or used tube see below). true wealth and happiness. Will- iam Crt Food Used tires, used tubes. A vehicle owner in this class may buy E. Gladstone. -- . inspectors, only used tires or used tubes. He must Scrap buyers, prove necessity to any authorizd dealer Travelling and fill out with the dealer a Purchase repairmen, Certificate. Classes "A" and "B" may . Rural school also buy used tires and tubes under the teachers, etc. same conditions. FULL DETAILS OF THE NEW ORDER ARE OBTAINABLE FROM ANY TIRE DEALER , ; Very severe penalties will be imposed for any infractions of the new regulations. The tire dealers of Canada are co-operat-ing with the Government in the efficient operation of the order,1 and in its enforcement. It is their patriotic duty to repair end legally resell all usable tires in their possession, and turn over at once to the nearest salvage agency any scrap rubber they have on hand or receive in the future, including all tires and tubes no longer serviceable. Every perton, whether a dealer or not, must report by May 31 to the Tiro Rationing Representative at hi$ nearest Wartime Prices and Trade Board office, all tires and tubes in his possession on May 15, which are not scrap, and which, are not on the running whsels and one spare rim of each vehicle he owns. Department of Munitions and Supply V" FROM ' HONOURABLE C. 0 HOWE, MINISTER. OTTAWA THEY ARE PROPABI Y THE LAST YOU WILL BANKS fOSI OFFICES CONSERVE YOUR TIRES DEPARTMENT STORES DRUGGISTS ! , HAVE UNTIL THE WAR IS OVffR . GROCERS TOBACCONISTS BOOK STORES and thtr RETAIL STORES
PAGE FOUR THE WIIITE1IOR8E STAR. WIHTKHORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 22nd, 1945 IN MOB QUEBEC DEMONSTRATION A DIRECT C WOTI NATIONAL CHALLENGE UNITY. TO OUR PUB The mob demonstration wmcn .- - (.Yowh-irrfcntt- tt IVJ mcrai liuuiis 10 v sum at uw, u.vuUU on TUESDAY, JULY 7th, took place in Asbestos, yueoec, .. iasi , g42 . ,,t j 1 .0 'cj0,?k ,n the forenoon, in the Court-Koom- , Aiiminisirauon Building, Dawson, Y T., Friday is the most serious chapter - to- - provisions of The Crown Grant Tax Ordinance date in the deepening crisis in Can- - V1 1 f v i'.dian affairs. i Dawson, Y. T., P.POWELL, When COO neople storm a jail, Territorial Treasurer. i .May, 1st, VM'2. smash the locks, and release two prisoners, that is a serious offense u a .a at any time. But when the prison- ers released are men in II. M. uni- form, it is much more serious. And Is S So- -. Name of claim Registered Owner or A&ent vhen the mob itself acts a few days filter open encouragement to viol- ence Liberal member of the J- - o . o o c O O by a :. 0 H 15 U H nmvinrinl lccislature. it is time' that the Liberal-governmen- t at Ottawa David W. Cullen Homesteak ... ...... . 2 100 50.52 33.05 2.00 35.05 showed the whole country what it h. E. Boucher; C. G. Finnie; intends to do. 1 ., . j G. Sinclair '. ..'..Providence No. 2 . 'J 125 34.29 22:68 2.00 24.68 The two prisoners released from Yukon Gold Co. , Cariboo 2 132 51.08 33.69 2.00 35.69 the jail at Asbestos were men con- - May g. Layfield ............... .....Blake ................ 2 150 40.59 26.60 2.00 28.60 scripted lor Home Defence, but who sisters of St. Ann Santa Maria ........ 2 178 48.78 31.75 2.00 33.75 had been absent without leave from sisters of St. Ann ..Quebec 2 179 41.85 27.21 2.00 29.21 January 30 until apprehended and. , James . Richardson Lillie '2 2 217 49.02 32.40 2.00 34.40 jailed . at Asbestos last week. The james Richardson Blue Bell 2 218 44.00 28.51 2.00 30.51 explanation of tle mayor of the james Richardson" ..r".... Iron Mask ...... 2 219 48.20 31.75 2.00 33.75 town is that the mob was under the G Sinclair and C. G. Finnie Providence Frac 2 230 .89 .65 2.00 2.65 mistaken impression, that the men H d. Kroll .... Galena Queen ..:". 2 248 50.60 21.85 2.00 23.85 were being jailed: as preliminary to H d. Kroll Gertrude . 2 249 29.08 12.96 2.00 14.96 being sent overseas. That explan- - David W. Cullen . Homestake No. .2 2 301 51.52 33.31 2.00 35.31 at ion does not minimize the gravity C. A. Philp .Vergin 2 363 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 " of the mob act, but magnif jes it to J. O. Lachapelle .: '. . Iron Wheel 2 369 51.60 33.31 2.00 35.31 i marked degree. N. A. Trad, and Trans. Co. . Klondike Load Ext. A few days ago Rene Shoult, Lib- eral No. 1-'- . .:;. 2 395 45.90 31.32 2.00 33.32 M.L.A. for Lotbiniere, spoke as N.' A. Trad, and Trans. Co. . Klondike Load Ext. follows, according to the Montreal No. 3 .. ........ 2. 403 21.69 14.09 2.00 16.09 Gazette; N. A. Trad, and Trans. Co. '. Klondike Lode .... ... 2 418 51.00 31,74 2.00 33.74 "If an attempt is made to force Malvina Brosseau .............. . Alexander ....... ........ 2 456 48.24 31.39 2.00 33.39 conscription on Quebec, let the gov Malvina Brosseau . Cestrain ' .... . .......... 2 458 40.13 26.26 2.00 2H.7G ernment take the responsibility and Yukon Gold Co. ..Golden Age ............. 2 477 51.56 . 33.31 2.00 35.31 free civil war" A. McKinnon; D. Sinclair . .Lion .......... ....... 3 24 51.56 33.31 2.00 35.31 Both that speech and the mob A. McKinnon; D. Sinclair . Thistle 3 25 51.31 33.31 2.00 35.31 outbreak at Asbestos' were direct A. McKinnon; D. Sinclair . .Hidden Treasure .... . 3 26 51.31 33.31 2.00 35.31 challenges, not only to the govern- ment A. McKinnon; D. Sinclair . Britannia 3 . 27 40.27 26.26 2.00 28.26 but the whole people of Can- ada; A. McKinnon; D. Sinclair ................ Argyle ... .......... .... 3 31 31.63 33.31 2.00 35.31 i A. McKinnon: D. Sinclair Drumkinnin ........ 3 32 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 The country will wait to see thejA McKinnon;. D. . Sinclair .............. Roseneath 3 33 51.52 33.31 2.00 35.31 reaction pi the King government, j James McNamee and others ...... Bal Maic'en ........ 5 39 100.41 64.69 2.00 66.69 But it is to add unnecessary that;James McNamee and others Lelia 5 40 . 39.94 25.62 2.00 27.62 unless there is a reaction, unless , James' McNamee and others . Bradford 5 .41 .32.89 21.13 2.00 23.13 there and determined . are prompt Tamp. MNampo nnH fWc tv.w, : 5 42 48.62" 31.39 2.00 33.39 steps to deal with these direct and James McNamee and others ............. Copper-Hea- d 5 43 40.95 26.26 2.00 V 28.26 deliberate breeches of the civil and Josiah: Collins ...... Big Chief ........... 5 56 51.65 21.97 2.00, 23.97 military law, there will be a spon- taneous, Josiah Collins ................... .....Little Chief .5 57 48.20 20.71 2.00 . 22.71 early and general national Arthur B. Palmer :... .L...;...;:....Valerie .. .......... 5 70 46.21 10.45 2.00 12.45 'demand for a change in govern- ment W. A. Puckett & J. P. Whitney ..... Anaconda No. 2 5 72 40.34 26.26 2.00 28.26 at Ottawa Vancouver News-Hera- ld , ' W. A. Puckett .....................................Whitehorse No. 2 5 74 31.73 20.56 2.00 r 22.50 o W. A. Puckett Rabbit's Foot 5 75 42.35 27.54 2.00 .29.54 J. P. Whitney North Star 5 96 49.84 32.02 2.00 34.02 R. A. F. GOT WHAT IT Jas. R. Alguire ........... Sandon ............ 5 108 51.65 22.29 2.00 24.29 WAS AFTER ATAUG SBURG Arthur B. Palmer ..... ......Centre Star 5 110 51.55 33.31 2.00 35.31 The recent R. A. F. raid against 1 M M. M. "Mcllveen .....Little Chief No. 2 5 114 17.60 . 11.52 2.00 13.52 Augsberg, Germany, whichcost the ; -- McRostie Thomas Verona 5 115 47.91 3Q.74 2.00 32174 nir force iweive Domoers, was air- - -- yj jarj .....Keewenaw 5 173 160.00 ected against a "specific workshop" 100.48 2.00 102.48 jari gj Gladstone : 5 5 1J4 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 wnnm me messercnmiu plane lac-to- ry Karl Weik .....Star Ruby ............ 5 206 there accomplished its object- ive. 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 Karl Weik .....Big Four ............... 5 208 51.65 Irthe cryptic statement of 33.31 2.00 . 35.31 Captain Harold Balfour "We got Karl Weik ; Black Cub'.: 5 ' 224 .51.65 33.31 2.00 35.3 Karl Weik Golden" Horn ..... 5 230 what we. wanted." The disting- uished 51.65 33.31 2.00 33.31 officer is now in Canada at- tending Karl Weik ...Beaver 5 231 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 a conference of United Nat- ion Karl Weik Willow Fraction 5 232 12.66 8.35 2.00 - 10.35 air officias. W.-S- . Magee Blue Grouse . .... 6 60 . 9.82 - 6.64 2.00 8.64 David Leevans i .............Legal Tender . .. 6 99 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 Howard Cochrane St Thos. Becker fountain Sheep ,6 133 51.65 33.31 2.00 - 35.31 17. I!. THEATER 6 135 35.48 23.06 2.00 .25.06 Howa-- d Cochrane & Thos. Becker Rip 6 ' 136 39.43 25.62 2.00 27.62 Whitehorse Yukon Howard Cochrane & Thos. Becker , .Idelle 6 137 33.18 21.78 2.00 23.78 W. L. Phelps ..Red Deer 754 139 51.55 33.31 2.00 35.31 Shows Every W. L. Phelps , Venus Extension 754 140 49.90 1 32.02 2.00 34.02 W. L. Phelps ......................:.Humper . ........;.. 754 141 33.29 21.78 . 2.00 23.78 Night W. L. Phelps !.ir...Bull Moose 754 144 10.35 7.04 2.00 9.01 James R. Alguire Arab......... V' . 804 233 51.65 22.21 2.00 24.21 (Except Sundays) S. H. Wimberley ...............Standard 804 , 241 51.65 33.31 2.00 33.31 F. J. McDougall ... Sunrise .,.- - 901 5 81.35 52.32 2.00 54.32 Pictures changed thrice Weekly. E. McAdam . ;, Silver Fox ;.. 901 10 51.65. 33.31 2.00 ' 35.31 See "Bulletin Board for Particulars.
FRIDAY, MAY 22nd, 1942 THE WJMTEHOKSE STAR. WHITEHORSE, YUKON PACTS FIVE over twenty; millions to be expended on naval -- construction " u 8 s 2 current fiscal year. Registered Owner or Agent Name of claim fig go"1 It has been officially announced by the navy department " that $20,-09,0- 00 ' A h U H S will be expended during the current fiscal .year on naval con- - E. McAdam .......... .....Black Fox ...... 901 11 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 E. McAdam ' Beaver 901 12 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 strucuon wuin. iiiis aiuuuni is ue-jn- g E. McAdam allocated as follows: New naval Eldorado 901 13 51.65 33.31 2.00 35.31 headquarters in Ottawa, - $89,000 E. McAdam : t ;..Lost Treasure 901 15 22.69 16.11 1 2.00 18.11 F. J. Halifax dockyard, $3,996,000; Halif- ax McDougall ....Susie 901 20 33.87 23.10 2.00 25.10 J. . W. McLean ........Trust . . . ... .. barracks,. $3,606,000; , Sydney -- 901 24 124.04 80.06 2.00 82.06 base, $4,469,000; Esquimau base. Samuel C. McKim ....;A ien Aristenien 1054 8' 41.51 27.21 2.00 29.21 ' $78,000; Esquimalt dockyard $1,524,-00- 0; Esquimalt barracks $850,000; . If the total amount of such tax, penalties, cost of advertising, and other expenses due in respect to each new nava college at Royal Roads, Mineral Claim as above stated is not paid at the office of the Collector at Dawson, Y. T., before the said Esquimalt, $535,000; Botwood, Nfld., day of sale stated in this Notice, the said claims in default so will be offered for sale at public auction 'at (about) $730,000. the time and place above-mention- ed as provided by the said Ordinance. UNITED NATIONS AIR Dated at Dawson, in the Yukon Territory this -- 1st day of May, 1D42. CONFERENCE OPENED IN P. POWELL, OTTAWA MONDAY- - Collector. Approximately one hundred re- presentatives of the United Nations vere in attendance at the air con- - Gems of Cbouobt foronr-- p which nnpnpH in . Ottawa hn Monday Major General Bartley K. Yount and Brigadier William Ryan OPPORTUNITY PRESENT headed the United States delegation and Capt. Harold Balfour the Briti- sh The day is always his who works delegation: " in it with sincerity and great aims. Emerson. ' Tt. is common to overlook what is near by keeping the eye fixed on something remote. Samuel John-so- n. ': ' ' "' . If one would be successful in the future, let him make the most of the present. Mary Baker Eddy. For truth and duty it , is ever the fitting time; who .waits until cir- cumstances completely favor his V undertaking, will never accomplish anything. Luther. It is in man and not in his cir- cumstances that the secret of his destiny resides. Carlyle. - z I -- 1 I 11 II I .' - ' Every duty brings its peculiar de- light, "The nuratt farm x in - II II I every denial its appropriate in which tobacco 2 compensation, every thought its re- compense, can b smoked" ill every cross its crown; pay goes with performance as ef- fect with cause. Ivlildmay. " rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITIIIITIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIil.i if" TENDERS ' CALLED o FOR - 3 Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd . CONSTRUCTION OF THE M a. Will be pleased to consult PERMANENT ALASKA HIGHWAY. h you regarding S Light, Power. Supplies and Installations Tenders are about to be invited by Thomas H. MacDonald, Commis- sioner t of the Public Roads Admin- istration I W H I T E H O R S E, Y. T. of the Federal Works Agency, Washington, D, C, for the fV 7TTTTTTTtTTTTTTTIIIITTTXXXXIXIIIIIIIIlIXXTm construction of the permanent Al- aska TTTTTTTTTTTTTT rTTTTTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH xcmx " Highway from the end of steel H in the Peace River, area right thro- ughout M . to Fairbanks, Aaska, the Fresh Butter preliminary work on which was M i and started sometime ago. Dr. L, J. Try BURNS Hewes, Chief of tlie western region Meats Sluimrock Brand Creamery Butter Eggs I of the Public Roads Administration, will direct such permanent con- struction when' it is commenced. It has been suggested that Can- adian Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products contractors begiven the con- tracts -- y . for the construction of the Tesetve its Can ...re. southern section which is slightly more than half the work to be car- - No Better" 'J You Can Buy tried out. In this connection it is M3 reported that a large Canadian com- pany may be organized -- under the This advertisement is not . published presidency of R. ' M. Smith, Deputy Burns & Company Limited. Minister of Highways for the pro-vince- bf or displayed by the Government of Ontario. fTTTTtTTtTtTTtttl Yukon Territory. TTTTfiiiT"i"txxxxxxxxiiiii:iiiiutiiiixxx
PAGE SIX THE VI II TE HORSE STAR, WH1TE110RSE YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 22nd, 1942 entitles him. And because he draws thP nav. which goes witli the job, he is subject to the duties and dis cipJine of that job. if wp had such a thing as dollar- - for the troops! a-v- ear soldiers, we would have tte same kind "of an army as we have a set-u- p at Ottawa.. In this respect EASY TO SEND, easy to prepare. the C C. F. is right. Vancouver Mix KLIM powdered milk with News-Heral- d. ' - cold water for an instant supply vx "dturai-tastin- g pasteurized milk. Nearly 4 quarts from a 16-o- z. can. Wp much regret to state that Mr. Charles' Alexander has been offered a posttion with the Telegraph KLIMMlLK branch of the C. P. R. and will Copyright. Tht Borden Co. Ltd.. 1942 shortly leave Atlin. Such a public srafrited Atlinite will be greatly I missed by liis many friends here. --A- tlin News-Mine- r An American Volunteer Pilot Serv- ing With the Allied Forces in Burma. , j-- j Travel A striking picture of one of the moric?n Volunteer Group pilots STEAMSHIPS RAILWAY ob a who, co-operat- ing with the British COMMUNICATIONS "PRINCESS' H A. F. in Burma, are destroying large number of Japanese aircraft Liner (They were responsibe for a large number of the 40 Japanese mach ines brought down in the first two Skagway to Vancouver raids on Rangoon) .- - Originally re- cruited Victoria or Seattle to assist Cliina. they wear SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS the Chinese National emblem on PRINCESS LOUISE their flying jackets. They. fly Lease-Len- d Sunday, May 31 aircraft from the U. S. A., and Connections at Vancouver with are commanded by Major-Gener- al Clair Chenault. Canadian Pacific Services: - The consistent quality and Transcontinental superb flavor of this inter- national Trans-Pacif- ic favorite has won an C. C. F. ADVOCATES Trans-Atlant- ic enviable reputation on this ABOLITION OF DOLLAR. Tickets, reservations and full continent. Ask for Lucky Ijm A-YEA- R MEN- - particulars from of Lager, the wartime beverage L. H. J OBNSTO N thousands. General Agent C P. R. Many more Canadians than those who consider themselves attached Skaway Alaska supporters of the C. C. F. party Canadian Pacific favor elimination of dollar-a-ye- ar ... men. Many of Uiese latter most COAST BREWERIES LTD. of them are highly: patriotic per- sons. VANCOUVER - VICTORIA But some of them noth- ing NEW WESTMINSTER are Men, Women Over 40 42-- 3 more or less than lobbyists for big business groups who are on the Feel Weak, job to increase the profits of then-privat- e Worn, Old? This advertisement is not published or 'employers while Want Normal Pep, Vim, Vitality? operating displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. in the guise of disinterested public service. I Keneral tonics, stimulants, oten nmled'afn nr As long as a man serves on the Classified Advertising in the Star always brings the desired result so-call- ed dollar-a-ye- ar oiui every wnerei basis, the government is-i- n a position of being patronized by him But if he takes the job for whafit is worth at reg- ular rates of pay, his relationship to the public administration is exactly the same as that of any other pub- lic servant. The fact that tlie dollar-a-ye- ar .man does not need the money has no bearing on the principal involv- -. ed. In many cases the reason why lie , does not need the money is because his position as a dollar-a-ye- ar man puts his peacetime employers in a position where they make as muc or more in government contracts than they would otherwise: Ms V &M?!v&m . I'm A public servant who feels that he does not need the money which the . government pays him for services rendered, lias a very easy way q getting rid of it He can sinmlv np. dorse his paycheck to the Treasury of the Dominion of Canada Many aisaojed veterans of the last war .already dqthis No one would argue that the dol-lar-a-year- lnan was a mor'-- - pat- riotic warrior than theman or wo- man in the armed services - The cldier, frc:n buck-priva- te to gen-?rai- ws' the pay to winch his rank AMERICAN NAVY'S GROWING STRENGTH: U. S. BATTLESHIP "INDIANA". J!
FRIDAY,. MAY. 22nd, 1942 THE WJIIT.EHORSE STAR, WHITE! 1 0 RSE YUKON PA'jII'. SEVEN feet on each side of the base line. Registrati6n of any document $2.00 When $500.00 , has been expended Other claims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav- ing hundred feet in length by one. thou- sand If it affects more than one claim a survey made, arid upon coin-p- ly feet in depth. Claims shall be For, each additional claim $1.00 ing with other requirements, ob- tain as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title a lease for a term cf twenty-on- e form and shall be marked by two For first entry $2.00 years with the right to renewal Synopsis of Mining Law legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document years. Claims located prior to July Location posts of creek Up to 200 words ;.,..V!."..'.'..'.;:'.'."...;'. . $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 ......f $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. - or over sndii iidvc me ugiti iu emtu, A discoverer shall be entitled to a For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees locate, prospect and. mine upon any ' fraction thereof .............. $50.00 claim or claim . $10.00 ' 1,500 feet in length, and a Recording every lands in the Yukon Territory, party of two discoverers two claims, MINING For a substitutional record . $10.00 QUARTZ jvliether vested in the Grown or each. of . 1,250 feet in length. Application for a lease ........... $10.00 otherwise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time ments 5.00 and ine x UKon Jriacer Mining aci, be enlarged to the size of . claim a claim shall of its location, a mining If recorded within 14 days after with certain reservations set out in. allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- ment be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date '. : $5.00. the said Acts. 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 pmposes 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 certificate of until has filed with the Mining Recorder Recording every adequate security at each extremity of the location been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. of work $5.00 For certificate of partnership $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss, or if within ten miles of the Recorder's On the side of No. 1 post a Recording assignment; abandon- ment, damage which may be thereby office; One extra day shall be al- lowed faring No. 2 post shall be inscribed affidavits, or other any caused. :' for every additional ten miles the name of the claun, a letter in- dicating document ...... .............. . . . $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be 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 -- 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. corder s office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six -- months, On No. 2. post, on the side facing No. than five in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- cate within which to re-- . .i-cor- d shall inscribed the name 1 be post, to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or ........ $4.00 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 name of the locator. who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. . a claim: the application and. fees received to The claim , shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. Title 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 If two or more persons own a do not the provisions of the Act with res- pect J'ice; one additional day shall be al- lowed Where same claim, each such person shall contri- bute exceed three folios ............. $4.00 additional ten miles to locating and recording a for every proportionately to his interest exceed three Where such copies claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. to the work required to be done , folios, 30 cents per folio for t for one year and shall' have the ab- solute thereon, and when proven to the right of renewal from year Adjoining claims not exceeding every folio over three. Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number may be grouped, For recording a power of at- torney to year thereafter, provided during done so his interest may be vested the necessary representation work to stake from one each year he does or causes to be m ine otner co-own- ers. for each claim may then be per- formed person $4.00 done $200.00 worth of work of the on any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- der claims in the group. to stake from two per- sons duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the $8.00 shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit " Every application for a full claim , assignment or For recording an absolutely the boundaries of the showing, a detailed statement of the shall be made on Form; "A" and for other document relating to a claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-l- ". quartz mining lease ........ $3.00 is approved by the proper authori- ty fee. ' min- eral fractional whole or Rental, to locate and remains unprotested during GROUPING No person is entitled claim granted under than than one one claim in the same the of advertisement. more ore period lease for term of 21 years . . $50.00 Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. Rental for renewal term of 21 undertake A about to ?. person may be grouped and the work re- quired mineral claim is tJS $200.00 The timber on a years bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure to be performed to entitle Recorder until the Mining from the Mining recorder reserved Dredfifinff the owner or owners to renewals of is required written permission to record at his be certifies that the same lease may be issued for a per- iod -- A the several claims grouped may on the own risk a claim within six months. of for use in mining operations of fifteen years for a cpntinuous one or more performed on any however, The Commissioner, A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the claim. issue a permit to holders of stretch of river not exceeding ten may the exclusive in giving miles length above the ground, squared orlcced claims grouped are owned by more other claims to remove the timbers silver and ' right to dredge for gold, for the upper eighteen inches and than one person a partnership for use in weir mimng upexauun, um xhe lessee must have at measuring four" inches across the agreement creating a joint and where other timber is not readily x . ,.4 the. on least one dredge in operation of all several liability on the part faced portion. The post must be available. leasehold within three years. firmly fixed in the ground. the owners 'for the joint working of the claims shall be executed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas Priority of location shall be deem filed with the Mining Recorder. with A lease may be issued for a per- iod ed to convey priority of right. Cer- tain Any person having complied of twenty-on- e years-fo- r an area Taxes and Fees of the Act with re- gard disputes may be heard and de- termined the provisions of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and to locating and recording a the right to the petroleum and nat- ural value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for A rent- al one-ha- lf per cent, on the gas on the area leased. Grants of claims grouped or own- ed from the date of the record, all gold shipped from the Yukon one year is charged of 50 cents per acre by one person may be made re- newable the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, acre Territory shall be paid to for the first year and $1.00 per on the same date. provided during each year he does for each subsequent year. to be done work on the PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for or causes Assay Office $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and one year after the An Assay Office is maintained by within fourteen days Creeks means any natural water For renewal of grant shall, . u ,,or caiicfv the the" . Government at Vancouver, course having an average width of Tf renewed within 14 days expirauun ui mc - from the Tcr-be- en work has where gold exported less than one hundred and fifty feet after expiry date .. .$10.00 Mining Recorder that the at lull and the Certificate ritory will be purchased its done, pay between 4ts banks: If after 14 .days and within 3 dollawfValue. of Work fee. One hundred $30.00' Creek claims shall not "exceed five .'months- - in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL be paid hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 v may J, Controller, slong the base line, by one thousand months $45-0- 0 work.
: ..r,., o-pa- p whitk.HORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 22nd,. 1942 : y THE .Will 1 iliily'iloJo Q PAGE EIGHT Local Happenings Salvage Your Old Lieut Isbister of the R. C. S .C. Records Dr. M. Franks, the well-kno- wn Gramaphone Edmonton Wednesday from. arrived dentist, will be leaving for Dawson week. in an official capacity. latter part of next ' Mkc Camn. teacher at the public . The regular monthly Bridge Party I school at Carcross, was a visitor in Help Your Country and Make Money at the same time by . . ... Chap conducted by the Whitehorse i i. town for a couple of days inis wee. ter I. O. D. E. will be held this salvaging your old gramaphone records' evening in the Masonic Hall. His many friends will be pleased ' to hear that Mr. J. L. Sansom is WE PAY IN CASH Mr. J. W. Forrest of Kelly Doug- las from satisfactory recovery ' making 5c each for 10-inc- h records. Ltd. leaves ths week-en- d Co., north. his recent illness. r1 8c Each for 12-in- ch records. lor Dawson , and points Here's wishing you the best of luck A Chrysler seven-passeng- er fluia (Except Laminated Records) . Wardie. drive auto arrived in town this week :7 for the Whitehorse Inn to facilitate This offer holds good for limited time .only. Act Quickly! Mr. Ray Martin, until recently tranportation of army and passen- gers. Do it Now! employed on the mechanical staff of It's a peach. the P. A: A. has left for the coast to take an extended course in ad- vanced I mechanics. PILOT SHELDON GUNN TAYLOR & DRURY Ltd KILLED IN PLANE ACCIDENT Mr. C. J. Rogers, president and peneral manager W. P. & Y. R. and AT MONTREAL. Mrs. Rogers arrived in town Wed- nesday A telegram was received in town and -- the :.'' t.-um- m - V'. from Skagway yesterday stating that pilot Sheldon coast. Gunn was killed in a plane accident at Montreal on Wednesday. No fur- ther Mrs. A. H. Lewis, formerly of available at the details are Dawson, arrived from the coast Sunday to assume the position of time of going , to press. His widow ' (nee Miss Mary MacBride) is at General Hos- pital. matron at the local present Grant Macpherson staying with at Mr. their and home Mrs. in i i l l I )A I i i i We welcome into this community Montreal. to Sincerect the bereaved sympathy ones is ex- tended by I I m I J I i 1 1 y M iss Mabel Bryce and Miss J oyce their many friends in the Yukon. Robertson who have arrived in town from Vancouver to join the clerical staff of the P. A. A. FORTY THOUSAND BOMBS Mr. T. G. CMllcott in charge ' of RAIN ON MANNHEIM construction work at airports in GREATER ATTACKS PROMISED. Western Canada, arrived from the ; coast Monday on an inspection trip The British war ministry an- nounce He reports that Mrs. Chillcott and that on Tuesday night the family are enjoying the best of R. A. F. dropped forty thousand in- cendiary health. ; bombs, and great loads" Vv::.- - .-';y-.- -l::0. of the biggest explosives on the Mr. W. Trotter, representing German industrial centre of Mann- heim Messrs. McLennan, McFeely & Prior leaving hundreds of fires rag- - Ltd., arrived in town this week on ling which could be plainly seen for his .' annual trip through the Terri- tory, miles around. The British raiders He is in the best of health stated that the destruction in the and spirits and out for business. big chemical, armament and engine building centre reminded them of Mr. Peter Campbell of the House Germany's ruined port of Rostock - of Marshall-Well- s, B. C. Ltd., the The British air ministry state that well-kno- wn hardware wholesalers, that greater attacks are to be made has arrived in town on his annual in the future employing up to a trip through the Territory. His thousand planes a night. many friends here are glad to meet with him again. . EMPRESS OF ASIA SUNK OF ASSOCIATE A UNIT Mr. Joe Morrison, " local manager NEAR SINGAPORE LAST for the P. A.. A. has arrived back FEBRUARY BY DIVE BOMBERS home from a well-earn- ed vacation This advertisement is, not published or trip to coast cities. Unfortunately The crack C. P. R. liner EmDress . he was ill in bed part of the 'time of Asia, 16,909 tons, plying between- -' displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. but you can't keep a goo J man Vancouver and the Orient in nor- mal down not for ,'ong. times but latterly used as a Exter which played a stellar role' in a fmm thp Rurma border in troop-shi- p, was sunk by .Ajarjanese the battle with the Graf Spee in the the west to the coastal province of FOR SALE pdive bombers on February 5 last southern Atlantic in December 1939 Chekihang in the east. near Singapore but official an- nouncement only to be lost later at the battle of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery,' To- mato of, the sinking was not Java. OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT and Cucumber plants. Also released until Tuesday.. Most of the 2500 Imperial troops on board were . May Pansies, Snapdragons, Stocks, Zin- nias, AIM TO DRIVE saved along with about one hundred JAPS 12 Tuesday 72 41 Schizanthus, Nemesis . and sailors but many of the -- forty-four CHINA OUT OF WAR 13 Wednesday 70 34 Marigolds, etc. others of her crew were known to DURING THIS SUMMER- - 14 Thursday 68 37 All orders given careful attention have been drowned The liner was 15 Friday 60 45 to ensure safe arrival- .- built in Glasgow in 1913 and was With a view to drive the Chinese 16 Saturday 65 33 used as a convoy and troopship in army out of the war by summer the 17 Sunday 69 42 - DAWSON GREENHOUSES the first World War. The liner was Japs have launched majcr offen- sives 18 Monday 76 31 A. W. McKinlay, Proprietor. in convoy of four transports escort- ed at both ends of the fifteen 19. Tuesday 65 31 Dawson, Y. T. 21-- 4 by the famous- - British cruiser hundred mile expane of south 20 Wednesday 63 36