Frc-- CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Ll. 42. No. 22. it it WHITEHORSE, " YUKON, FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 1942 it it it Subscription $3.00 Year. WHITEHORSE BEARS PRIVATELY OPERATED I. 0- - D. E. CONVENTION MEDICAL BATTALION AND ENGINEERS AIRLINES INTO YUKON OPENS IN MONTREAL-W- AR DEFEAT WHITEHORSE 'divide HONORS- - TO BE DISCONTINUED. SERVICES FEATURED. BEARS IN FAST GAME. . (By Aanan r. a p 1 a lei uiiawa, iviay zz. private air Forty thousand members of the (By Adrian P. Spidle) The Whitehorse Bears ran their lines will not be allowed to operate I. 0. D. E, from Prince Edward Is' The 58th Medical Battalion play- ed string of victories to three straight in competition with the projected land to the ,Yukon will know re-- as the best game of softball seen at I they mowed down the 29th En- - new TransCanada air lines service ! suits of their extensive -- war activi- - Sports' Field this season as they de- feated Igineer Battalion Saturday afternoon to the Yukon and Alaska, Munitions ties when the Order meets in con-- the Whitehorse Bears by a i;i the first game of a double-head- er Minister Howe told the House of vention at Montreal May 30 to June score ot 6-- 3, Tuesday evening, be- fore by a score of 11-- 3, 'but as all good Commons last week. 4 They will know how many hun- - an enthusiastic crowd of almost things must, their streak came to an Replying to questions by George dreds of tons of goods have been 200 fans. The Medics, although out-h- it I end at the hands of the 73rd En- - Black (Con.,' Yukon), Mr. Howe fent .through their unflagging" ef-- by the Locals, backed up their Battalion who won the sec- - said air fields at present under eon- - , forts to bomb victims in Britain, to Pitcher Barcel with brilliant de- -. Igineer ond game 11-- 9. . struction would be used for the new ' the gallant members of all branches fensive work and made every-chanc- e First Game 7 , route and there would be no duplic-"Ma- c" of the services, to the Women's count. While Outfielder Ar- nold MacDonald, . first string ation. Auxiliary Territorials and the men and Logan, Infielders Wazny, hurler for the Whitehorse. Bears, 1 Only government recompense to In the Nazi prison camps. Adams and Cranna, and Catcher vas in fine form Saturday after- - air line using the route was through Committee reports will show the Pinkham gave Barcel the kind of . a ' t - ii nrti.i T7 : i M if-- '.' tt '' support pitchers dream about, the roon as ne sei aown me iaui wi- - tanying man. mr. nowe saia. full scope of each phase of the Or- der's gineers with seven widely scattered Mail contracts. were on a monthly comprehensive war' service 58th combined their ' nine hits with kits and three runs while he and. basis and warning had been given ! programme that doesn't neglect the two Bear errors to score six runs his mates got to Pitcher Carpenter to the company now operating that theatres of action. ' which were more than enough tri for eight hits and eleven tallies. The Trans-Cana- da air lines would Eight hundred delegates, members win. game could easily be put down as eventually operate in that territory. and friends are expected to attend Whitehorse drew first blood in MacDonald versus the 29th because The minister added: "There will sessions in the Mount Royal Hotel the first inning as Spidle doubled to the Bear chucker not only pitched be no question of competing lines, on the occasion of the 42nd annual left with two. out, and then scored a brilliant game but in addition he if Trans-Cana- da goes in the other meeting. They wil study every facet on Maples' screaming triple to deep batted Out four base hits and scored line must go out." " '.of the Order's work now greatly en- - . right but George Cooper ended the four runs out of four trips to the larged to provide facilities to meet would ' be rally by popping out to demands. The current Willwodka The Medics evened the present-da- y plate , , THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF The locals scored two times in the SUGAR BEETS TO BE programme to direct- - members'., acti- vities score in their half of the second on into ' most effective channels hits- - by Wazny and Arnold a.nd took first inning and held the lead thro- - j pi-- a NTTCTk FR ASTIR VALLEY. ughout.the rest of the game, but will be reviewed, and plans adopted the lead in the -- third on two more Pierce and Best nearly tied the . for the immediate future as well as blows by Adams and Pinkham The n in nn orri i T nnn aroc the post war era ofreadjustment-an- d fourth was the big inning for the score in the second when one scored .beets' f ga are to be planted in 'got victors to "Mac" Mac- Donald agenda deals with the Order's as they the other was thrown out at 4ger seed6 this for the Valley year tallies which for four put . .. .. , war lha n ota nn "hiprt.Kasoman. dfl. i ui-uuiu- usc. yu"-- J w t"vv-- i lt ..o w xw.iv. v... prociuction Planting win oe maae . , . . . ice services, continuing peacetime "pro the' ball game on Wazny got leys drive to leit neia. rst case-- ( July 15,the date found by experi-ma- n four for four and Pinkham with two and reconstruction ject's a program. Wiiliams of the losers' had a mentg at Agassiz; chilliwack, Ab-perf- ect Highlight of the sessions will be for four led the 58ths hitting attack. day at bat by getting three botsford and Ladner to be the best The came to a dramatic game the Order's work. Indicative onballs in three of - war lits and a base for successful sugar beet proudction. climax in the last of the seventh of its scope is the list of funds in- cluded ficial trips to the plate. George in committee chairman's re with two unbelievable plays by the tt for the victors crossed ine piai- - i n M Franks. the DOnUlar Dent team. Spidle led off the" those established in winning ports. ,Among ter three times and "Howard Maple ist ig leaving tomorrow for Atlin, Bears last desperate bid for victory the two are: Polish Re- - i past years got a long triple out of four times B c where he will be remaining short lief, bomber aircraft fund; British by beating out a hit to deep llP- - ! fnr thp npvt few weeks. and the air was with ex- pectancy Ministry of Food for Great Britain; charged The Box Score: I Mr. Charles Taylor of Mayo ar-- R as their star batsman; Prisoners" of war; sailors and mine- sweepers' Whitehorse Bears H E rjved recently in town and is now fund; British soldiers and Howard , "Maple" Maple came to the 2 0 2 3 3 1 011 8 L at the Taylor & Drury Ltd. store. sailors' family , welfare; blanket plate. With the count one and two 29th Engineer Battalion i We understand Mrs. Taylor and her libraries; national wav Maple connected for a solid smash 0 1 1 0 0 0 13 7 4 will be arriving fund; camp young daughter guest fund, women's Auxilliary to deep right which seemed to bo Batteries: Whitehorse, MacDonald sornetime this coming month. They but Territorial Service fund and a num headed for the promised land, and MacFarlane 29th Engineers, .,, h- - rmaininP in town for an in- - Rightfiellde'r Logan who had bee:i TV AAA ISSVf - - ber of others. H. R. H. the Prin - Carpenter and Gardner. definite period and are both wel- -j cess Alice will speak at thesopening playing far back charged across be- hind Second Game corned back to this community. session. , the fence and made a spectac- ular In the second game Saturday tab of the ball. The Local team, afternoons' twin bill the big bats of hits and runs by Kachne, Westhoff, still had chance Cooper a as came R. C A. F. HAS TWENTY ONE thp hnvc unn nlav fnr the 73rd j Dumrjert. and Gosnell Shortstop to bat but on the second pitched Engineer Battalion proved to be too DumDert. Outfielder Vanndaveer, i SQUADRONS OVERSEAS. ball he slashed a hot grounder to much for the Whitehorse Bears who, and Catcher Christiansen gave valu-- It is officially announced that Adams af shortstop who started a ' able defensive support to the steady there are now twenty-on- e fully or- ganized although they played a fighting lightening double play, Adams to game to the end, lost by the score j pitching of the 73rd Morgan R. C. A. F. squadrons serv- ing Wazny to Cranna, ending the game. of 11-- 9. The Locals made their last threat overseas and at least another The Box Score: in the final frame as Hanford and seven more in process of organiz- ations. Harold "Mac" MacDonald in an 58th Medical Battalion . R H E effort to pitch his team to victory Pettit driven home by Spidles' sin- gle A startling fact emerging 0 1 1 4 0 0 06 9 0 Second from , the United Nations air train- ing walked, the but after Taft in both tussles couldn't control Whitehorse Bears 73rd hitters as he had those of the Baseman Bahlburg flied out, ending conference is that the output of 1 0 0 2 0 0 03 11 3 r trained Canadian air crew has now 29th but poor support also contri- - the game . . Batteries: 58th Medics, Marcel and reached the that It is foreseen L buted heavily to the demise of the The Box Score: stage Pinkham. Whitehorse, MacDonald Whitehorse Bears R H E that in the near future Canadian Bears. The game, however, was a 9 9 3 airmen will represent the largest ajTdAjidersj?n nip and tuck affair until the last of 0 1 1 4 0 1 2 73rd Engineers single national . group within the Rev. Father Charles Hamel, O. M: the sixth when' the Engineers to come ,1 0 3 2 0 0 o 11 y i Royal Air Force. For security reas- ons I. arrived, recently from Ottawa and pushed across fiye runs Batteres: Whitehorse, MacDonald it is impossible even in approxi- mate is now in charge of the Sacred ball from behind and salt away the 73rd Engineers, Morgan figures to give the output of Heart Church here and acting as and Kay. game. Callen started the rally by j the latest plans devised. secretary to Bishop Coudert. singling to left and was followed by and Christiansen
THE WHITElfoKSE STAK. WII1TKHORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 1942 PAGE T'.0 W.H. THEATER FOR SALE Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, To-ma- to ... ... Yukon Whitehorse and Cucumber plants. -- Also Pansies, Snapdragons, Stocks, Zin- nias, Shows Every : Schizajithus, Nemesis and Marigolds, etc. . Night All orders given careful attention v (Except Sundays) to ensure safe arrival. DAWSON GREENHOUSES changed thrice Weekly. Pictures A. W. McKinlay, Proprietor. See Bulletin Board for Particulars. Dawson, Y. T. 2M IXXlIXXXXLXiXX . Cured r and H is a salient fact in well-infor- m- carefuily reaSon and to logically ShamrockBrdndCreanferv Try BURNS' Butter cd circles . along Parliament Hill present the case for; the removal of Meats Eggs ::. that".-eve- r since -- the people of Can- - restrictions 0f the : .Government's nc'a and their representatives have commtments 0n overseas mili-spok- en overwhelmingly in favour of service in tune with the wishes Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products r :loasing Hhe Federal Government the great, majority of the Canad-lro- m any obligations arising out of ian people. They were really guid-p-.- s. commitments restricting the by the principles contained in . means of raising men for overseas , te words of their late leader, Rt. service it has served to stimulate . . , Laponte, who made an You Can Buy No Better" irnse-Dolitica- l activities in the nat- - historic ' cfQompnt statement ' ?n in . Ottawa Ottawa" onlv only a a inn's canital rather than to settle short' time before his sudden death. rrM the ingenuity of political designers "Above all, let us cooperate, get to- gether, at a most inopportune time. keep together, remain unit- ed, Burns & Company Limited. such activities may tend our News of trust one another, preserve I 1 develop the idea in the mind of fine union." he said. "When this TITHttyiTTIITIHIIITTITTTITTItHIIIIHHHItltltt! throughout x e ir&n-in-the-str- eet Canada that the wagon of our .war effort' is hitched to several horses, ; each pulling in a different direction, v here perhaps even the drivers do not know which road to take, but this impartial observer must report First Shipment of tHe Season that this is not true in face of the latest political developments'' and backstage ' on Parliament Hill. A contrary view seems to prevail with ;V greater than degree may appear of basic on unity the sur- -' ex- isting Here is your opportunity to taste face, V-- ;: The people of Canada have spoken this International-Favourit- e and the responsible leaders realize and recognize what the great major- ity of the masses want them to do. The total vote cast in the plebiscite left no doubt whatsoever on this L c K Y point. Ontario voted 84 per cent in favour of all-o- ut action Prince Ed- ward Island came next with 83 per cent, Manitoba had 81 per cent; British Columbia did it with 80 per cent; Nova Scotia had 79 per cent; Saskatchewan and Alberta were L E bracketed ' together with 73 per Brunswck approval cent; New gave with 71 per cent; Yukon had 68 per cent. The only exception was the Province . of Quebec with only 28 Available at Government Liquor Vendors per cent. , As a result some startling devel-- " opments have taken place and more may come soon. Nevertheless, the JUNE 3 important thing to bear in mind for -- 0 the man-in-the-str- eet .throughou: this country is that much misunder- standing or distortion of the truth Ask for LUCKY LAGER about the French-Canadi- an action or attitudes leaders of re- sponsible by name I have followed his reaction in Que- bec, particularly because this may "The Champagne of Beers" mislead or may strike a wrong note I in the harmony of their fellow-citize- ns in the other provinces at a "time COAST BREWERIES LTD. when wisdom and commonsense are most essential. '. J I Markably free from any trace of party politics or partisan appeals ; every French Canadian Minister in This advertisement , is not published or displayed by the Government ol the 'Federal Government tried to Yukon Territory. "A
MAY 29th, 1942 THE WH1TEH0RSB FRIDAY, STAR, WHITKHORSE, YUKON PAGE THREE xxxxr riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiixiiiiiim Yu k on Electrica I Company, Ltd. ' Will be pleased to consult ' , ; 8 . you regarding See Our Display of Light, Power. Supplies and Installations LADIES' A ND MISS ES WHIT E H 0 R S E, Y. T. rTTTTTITIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl SLACKS OTTAWA to minimize the great disappoint- ment (Contnued from page 2) over this attitude in the Pro- vince and of Quebec, yet many French-Canadi- an country calls for it," continued the leadf s along Parliament m Hon. Ernest LaDointe. , "a Hill have not made a good job in SKIRTS I8ic, ---- --- ' food citizen must assume his re-- concealing their own grave concern this turn of events because cnnnsibilities even at tne cost oi over JUST ARRIVED discarding personal views." Even i these leaders sought desperately to the I clarify the present war situation to x 1.11 J.1 1 purely provincial field came forth meir compainais, 10 stress me aan-gnthusiastic- ally with -- similar pleas, 'ger, and to remove the deeply im-Prem- ier Adelard Godbout of Quebec bedded old beliefs, prejudices, or issued a strong warning to his com- - misunderstandings. Still these re-T.- Pt th nponle of Quebec ' sponsible leaders of French-Cana- da Sports Blouses Pre- - failed to accomplish their objective, think well before they .refuse . 1 - . ' . ah ! . anr? inctpart Inrnl apitatnrs , nart.ip- - mier MacKenzie ft.ing s request 0 stated Premier Godbout.. Indeed, ularly in rural districts, managed to To complete the ensemble every responsible French-Canadi- an sway a large percentage of the masses and to lead them asjray by leader directed the same pleas. using mainly appeals to old pre- judices While every effort has been made or by reviving old misunder- standings. The pleas of the responsible lead- ers EVERYTHING SAVE TIME BY AIR were without effect on our fel- low French - Canadian citizens Why? Is there any explanation why the Fiench-Canadia- ns refused to in follow their responsible leaders AIR MAIL OASSfNGERS whereas in the past they had al- ways air express shown a definite and clear MEN'S WEAR Ouam wmjf tendency to do so? This veteran observer must state that behind the scenes on Parlia- ment Hill it is held in well-inform- ed Uiang es in theirr circles First, most that trusted, the there sudden most are influential, two death reas- ons. ol Northern Commercial Co. Ltd and most beloved leader, the late Schedule Rt. Hon. Ernest Laponte, without anyone being able to replace hm in the favour of the great masses, was sentiment and aspirations, common a definite and strong contributing purposes and loyalty and common Vancouver -- Whitehorse ! factor Second, the educational cam confidence and interest in a united Travel paign on this war issue was started war effort, can be accomplished (Daily except Friday) far too late because it is absolutely only by great patience, great dip- lomacy, RAILWAY oa a NORTHBOUND impossible to uproot and to change and great tact of the high- est COMMUNICATIONS STEAMSHIPS Lv Vancouver. . 10 a. ny deeply embedded beliefs and mis- understandings possible order. They must un nuiua 'PRINCESS" Ar. Whitehorse. . . . 7 p. ra. in ' such a short derstand that, under our democ II ORtATlJTl Tiuvtk ay Liner ramoaien. In fact, whereas only ratic government and under a sys- tem SOUTHBOUND four weeks before the plebscite j of representation by population, Lv- - Whitehorse -- ..7 a. m. statistics showed less than a 25 per . French-Canadia- ns do not represent Ar. Vancouver.. 5.30 p- - m. cent affirmative vote in the Prov- ince a small and decreasing fraction Skagway to Vancouver of Quebec, yet the .'final re-- the people, but, due to the fecund- ity Victoria or Seattle Edmonfon - Whitehorse suits brought forth a more than 28 ; of the race and the constantly SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS per cent affirmative vote with some growing population, they are of suf- ficient (Daily except Friday) 45,000 more votes for the plebiscite. numbers to earn a rising PRINCESS LOUISE NORTHBOUND III UU1CI Viviua strnrteer Dolitical claim to recognition in public af- fairs, Sunday, May 31 ) ipadershiD and a ..longer educational with the remark that whereas Lv. Edmonton !: 12.45 p. m-A- r. Connections at Vancouver with .campaign would easily and certainly about fifty years ago only 54 out of Whitehorse . . . .7 p. m. Canadian Pacific Services: have changed greatly the actual 215 members of Parliament were SOUTHBOUND percentage results in that old pro- vince French-Canadian- s, yet to-d-ay this Transcontinental Lv- - Whitehorse 7 a. m. number is much larger in proport- ion Trans-Pacif- ic Ar. Edmonton . . .-- -5 p. m. Therefore, those Canadians, who out of the 245 members.- - More- over Trans-Atlant- ic at this time .while in the last fifty years Direct connections at White- horse are careless to spread Tickets; - reservations and full . for Fairbanks, Alaska, stories of disunion, political .pass- ions, French-Canadia- ns had gained 12 particulars from about responsible seats, yet even with this increase T. C. or prejudices with and "at Edmonton L. H. JOHNSTON French-Canadi- an leaders must un- derstand they had only a 26 per cent repre-sentat- on A... for points south. General Agent C P. R. the conditions under which in Parliament at a time The above schedule remains these French-Canadi- an leaders have when they were 30 per cent of the Skagway Alaska in force until further notice- - to work in Ottawa. They must un- derstand population, bearing in mind that that these are actual con- ditions,, this country is governed on the' basis Canadian Pacific For Full Flight Information not theories. They must of representation by-populat- ion. Consult understand that the complete merg- ing Under these circumstances, the J. A. Barber of millions of people of two manrinrthe-stre- et throughout Can- ada 'j races speaking two different languT cannot afford to ignore these1' sponsible French-Canadi- an leaders WHITEHORSE ages into one people of , common facts about the situation of the re- - along Parliament Hill.
that the present world war would never have materialized. Inasmuch as no peace treaty, as Voloe of the Yukon' far as the United States of America C is concerned, can become effective An Independent, Journal until ratified by two-thir- ds of the Senate it is fervently hoped that Published every Friday at the extended hand of co-operat- ion and fellowship will be grasped in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory the same spirit in which it is so ex- tended The Vhite pass and Yukon Route and it is believed that by On the Trail of '98 the united efforts of both Demo- cracies the foundations of a lasting The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and . Service to Member of .Canadian Weekly peace will be well and truly laid for Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - I the benefit of the world at large. . Newspapers" Association. of humanity. May w This is the hope HORACE E. MOORE Publisher it be fully realized and appreciated AIRPLANE SERVICE I in the not far distant future. plane service, making connections northbound and south- bound Let us have faith that right makes with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, w might; and in that faith let us to Gems of Cbougbt Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information I the end dare to do our duty as we apply to any ' ' understand it. -L-incoln. svsv Cultiv ing Happiness WHITE PASS AGENT, or MAY 29th, 1942 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. Happiness can be built only on (0 0 virtue, and must of necessity have THE EXTENDED HAND truth for its foundation Coleridge. The more revenue we receive locally the more we can spend locally.' It is reported that at a secret Human felicity is produced not so meeting of Republican and Democrat- ic-leaders much by great pieces of good for- tune of both Houses held that seldom happen, as by last Friday an unofficial proposal little advantages that occur every . as made by a representative of the day.-Benja- min Franklin. British government that ten Sen- ators In every part and corner of our and Representatives of both life, to lose oneself is to be gainer; Louses make a trip to England next to forget oneself is to be happy. July as the guests of the British Robert Louis Stevenson. government. The purpose of such Self-ignoran- ce, self-wi- ll, self-righteousn- ess, meeting would be to confer on pro- blems likely to confront the two lust, covetousness, envy revenge, are foes to grace, nations around the peace table as involved peace, and progress; they must be well as current questions met manfully and overcome, or they in the conduct of the war No for- mal will uproot all happiness. Mary has invitation, it is stressed, so Baker Eddy. far been made. Presumably the submission of the Happiness is not a reward-consequenc- e. -- it is a proposal to the secret session had Ingersoll. the endorsation of the President of The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, the United States of America; longsuffering, gentleness, (peace, oiherwise it would not have been goodness, faith meekness, temper In ancient Egypt man brewed beer, find down advanced. "Should the proposal be concurred in a formal invitation ance; against such there is no law. I ' through the ages man has brewed better with -- New Testament; Galatians 5:22, 23. would be forthcoming through the each passing year profiting by the experience " channels and in that event proper of those who went before. Today, when you it is suggested that the delegation Grace be composed of five Democrats and The Christian graces are like per- fumes, drink delicious, zestful Old Style, you can know five Republicans chosen from both , the more they are pressed, the world produce's no finer refreshment Houses. the sweeter they smell; like stars Since the two great Democracies that shine brightest in the dark; like have assumed the major role in the trees which, the more they are prosecution of the war it is assum- - shaken, the deeper root they take, ed as a matter of course that upon and the more fruit they bear. them will devolve the major re- sponsibilities Beaumont. for the arranging The being of grace must go be- fore terms and all therein implied, peace the increase of it; for , there is there is much, that may be adduced no growth without life, and no in support of the proposal at this building without a foundation. time. It is generally conceded that the Lavington. collapse of the League of Nations As grace is first from God, so.it is 4 ;. v continually from Him, as much as due in small was no measure to the r l IL.i 11 TT O l.il light is all day long from the sun, iuu. uiai me . u. o. t. never neia as well as at first dawn or at sun-risin- g. membership in the League. This for Jonathan Edwards. gooa ana sumcient reason which need not be stressed at this writing. What we most need is the prayer However accepting the above as a of fervent desire for growth in plain statement of fact it is logical to grace, expressed in. patience, meek- ness, assume that had the U. S. A. been a love, .and good deeds. Mary CAPILANO BREWING CO. LTD. B.C. VANCOUVER. member of the League this world- wide Baker Eddy. institution, organized primar- ily Grace comes into the soul, as the A UNIT OF ASSOCIATED BREWERIES OF for the settlement of all inter-- 1 morning sun into the world; first a CANADA LTD. national affairs upon an equitable dawning; then a light; and at last basis and which had the whole- hearted the sun in, his full and excellent support of all. the peoples brightness. Thomas Adams. of all nations, would not have, co- llapsed, There is no such way to attain to that its influence would greater measure of grace as for a This advertisement is not published or have had a most beneficial influ- ence L man to live up to the little grace he upon humanity as a .whole and has. James Gordon Brooks: displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory.
FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 1942 THE WllITEllOKSE STAK, V111TKH0RSE YUKON PAGE FIVE DAWSON WEDDING SOLMNIZED AT ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH IN DAWSON. An Invitation Dredge No. 3, one of the om- - On Monday, May 18, Miss Rebecca operation. ' Garrish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The officers and members of Christ Church W. A. extend Corporal W. Sutherland, II. C. M. J. Garrish of Kamloops, B. C, was a cordial invitation to all to attend their annual ' united in marriage at St. Paul's An- glican p ' formerly stationed at Mayo, has transferred to Dawson. Church, Dawson, Y. T,. to been LAWN SOCIAL Dr. E. Hoodless, the Rev. J. R. B. Mr. and Mrs .Allan Gillis Mrs. Vance officiating. The bride, who Strathern and A. Vars of Granville was given in marriage by Dr. A. C. to be held in the Rectory grounds on visitors in town last week. were Duncan, was previously a member of the nursing staff of St. Paul's WE D N ESDAY NEXT, JU NE 3rd arrived from the Several men Hospital. She was attended by Miss :xX:i ;,:':. from 3 5 P. M- - : " cixtvmile camp last week-en- d' in ' ; to :; K. Hunter. The groom, who is an cluding Eric Strand and Alan Fra-se- r. associate of Dr. Duncan, was sup- ported by Mr. A. F. Daly. Following TEAS BAKE-TABLE- - FISH POND - ICE CREAM the service a supper was held at the Two company men were recently Daly summer camp. discharged from the hospital. One u as Fred Edwards, a native, who A $500,000 apartment hotel of President Roosevelt who describ- ed sustained a bruised leg while worki- ng British losses throughout the war, concrete construction is to be erect- ed the United States as the Arsenal with a "cat" at : Granville a as at May 13, were officially given at Prince Rupert on the site for- merly of Democracy before the U. S. en- tered month ago. at 183,000 men. These included 49,-0- 00 known as the Hays Block the war . has now designated killed, 46,000 wounded, 58,000 which was destroyed by fire several Canada as the Airdrome of' Democ- racy. Two grass fires occurred last Sat- urday taken prisoners and 30,000 missing. years ago. which necessitated the calling out of the fire brigade. No serious damage occurred. ' .';-:v-;.-- . V Bill Gavell, who has been mining on Thistle Creek during the . winter, ii HERE IS AN drifted down to Dawson in a smui boat a few days ago. IMPORTANT Belgian Joe, who winters at In- dian River, arrived in town last ANNOUNCEMENT , week and has gone to work for the .company for the season. Phil J. Allen, formerly manager w LA Theatre here, is of the Orpheum now enlisted in the R. C. C. S. and stationed at Esquimau, B. C. BORDEN'S PREMIUM PLAN will be ;:, : ;. Corpl.B. d'Easum, R. C. M .P., auuw who has spent the last two years in discontinued Dawson, has now been "transferred to Mayo. . '; Under ordinary materials ana Z resources in available RnttodalU Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ravenhill the war. of . Quartz towards winning . and their little daughter directed Wng Creek .have arrived in town and are leaving by the first southbound boat for Whitehorse. They may continue their journey to the coast. Flying Officer Gerald Grennan, Z.A son of Inspector Grennan, R. C. M. ''A P. and Mrs. Grennan, arrived re- cently from Edmonton on a short leave of absence. ':. ' 1 Condensed Milk. d without the Rupert Chambers of Dredge No. 3, who got a ducking recently while operating on Bonanza Basin ground, 4changeabl, arrived in town a few days ago MM r M none the worse for his experience. be Ken Shore, who was also invloved There may still s with the in the same accident, is still in the hospital. - I - BOMBING GERMANY BEST WAY TO ASSIST RUSSIA after that date. WMA , premiums STATES SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS. Bombing Germany , is the best mm LIMITED way of assisting Russia "until such . mm BORDEN COMPANY time as we are able td make a care- fully THE TH6 Toronto, Ont. m Box 160, planned attack upon the con- tinent Premium Department, box Cw( u, of Europe which we intend to do" Sir Stafford Cripp srecently mm informed the British House of Com- mons. lit 402 0 l
t'h t? w it I TflH O RSE ST AR, W H I TEH ORSE YUKON FRIDAY MAY- - 29th, 1942 PAGE SIX V ' rr oarK Ri'rJp of the base line. Registration of any document $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended --.jff- l& nthpr Haims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav- ing foot in lpnpfh bv one thou- - If it affects more than one claim a survey made, and upon com-plyin- g .' ' i . i Ls. n 11 Vv For each additional claim ..... $1.00 with other requirements, ob-ta- in . iffiirgffl , . . Qe noariv Ac nnssible ' rectangular in Abstract of Title a lease for a term cf twenty, - Wm iiyw j r'- - ' ' .. , form and shall be marked by two For first entry $2.00 one years with the right to renewal 0 ( I nr legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry ....... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e . For of Document years. Claims located prior to July u i iivluiu ?m n m r 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 iri r-- ti J. niu - copy ; f 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. shall have the right to enter For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees or over to" A discoverer shall be . entitled a and me " or fraction thereof ..... ........ $50.00 locate, prospect claim 1,500 feet in length, and a Recording every claim ............ $10.00 g lands in , he Yukon W P party y of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For, a substitutional record ... $10.00 Crown or whether vested in the .n Application for a lease ........... $10.00 otherwise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- ments in the Yukon ; Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing a the time 5.00 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 hy If after 14 days and within v ' rights of other persons or terms of 1.500 feet in. width. three months ...v.................. $15.00 wo person snan emei xui 6 any agreement with the crown, If after three months and with- in purposes' or shall mine upon lands Every claim shall be marked on owned or lawfully occupied by an-- An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one six months $25.00 other until adequate security has filed with . the Mining Recorder at each extremity of the location Recording every certificate of been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. of work $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's 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-- facing No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon-men- t; caused. v lowed for every additional ten miles the name of the claim, a letter in- dicating affidavits, or any other . . , , or fraction thereof., A claim may be the direction to No. 2 post, document . , . . $2.50 Where claims are being located If document affects than located on Sunday 0r any public the number of feet to the right or more 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- corder's claim $1.00 location and the name of the locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six On No. 2 on the side facing No. post, than five in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo-- to months within which to re- -' 1 shall be inscribed the name meet and appoint one of their cate another claim in the valley or post, cord . ........ $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 of the locator. who shall as soon as possible deliver, days of locating first claim, name ... a claim: the application and fees received to TltIe t The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen days if located within ten For each additional entry .... .50 If two or more persons own a Any person having complied with miles .of the mining' Recorder's of- fice; For copies of any document re- corded claim, each such person shall contri- - the provisions of the Act with res-- one additional day shall be al- lowed where same do not bute proportionately to his interest Pect to Seating and recording a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios ........ . $4.00 . ' u. claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed three thereon, and when proven to the for one year and shall have the ab-Go- ld folios. 30 cents per folio for claims not exceeding' Commissioner that he has not solute riSht of renewal from year Adjoining every folio over three. done so his interest may be vested t0 ear thereafter, provided during eight in number may be grouped, For recording a power of at- torney in the other co-own- ers. , each year he does or causes to be the necessary representation work to stake from one done $200.00 worth of work of the for each claim may then be per- formed person ......... . $4.00 The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor-- on any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney claims in the uuiy qudiiueu uuiimnuii liu qui- - aer wnnin iouneen aays alter tne 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 ran assignment or shall be made on Form "A" and for claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and the pays 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 No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- eral - - the period of advertisement. GROUPING more than one claim in the same claim granted under A person about to undertake ,a Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years.. $50.00 bona fide trip may be grouped and the work re-cu- re Rental for renewal term of 21 prospecting may se-- The timber mineral claim is on a from the Mining Recorder quired to be Performed to entitle years $200.00 reserved until the Mining Recorder . written permission to record at his the owner or owners to renewals of , Dredging , p certifies that the is same required the own risk a claim within six months. several claims grouped may be A lease may be issued for a per- iod for use, in mining operations on the performed on one or of any more of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must; stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the claim. The Commissioner, however, above the ground, squared or faced' claims grouped are owned by more may issue a permit to holders of stretch of river not exceeding ten miles in length giving the exclusive other claims to the timbers for- - the upper eighteen inches and than one person a partnership remove right to dredge for gold, silver and in their for.K.use mining operations measuring four inches across the agreement creating a joint and where other timber is not platinum. The lessee must have at faced portion. The post must be several liability on the part of all readily least one dredge in the operation on firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working of available. leasehold within three years. Priority of location shall be deem- - flled Wlth TJl the Mg . be executed Recorder, and ' t Title ; ;' Petroleum and Natural Gas 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 d&V Taxes 'and Fees of twenty-on- e for area years an the provisions of the Act with re- gard termined by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the r2 of twn anH to locating ,ahd , recording a" of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving Grants of claims grouped or own-- one-ha- lf per cent. on, the value of claim shall be entitled to hold, it for the right to the petroleum and nat- ural ed by one person may be made re-- all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record ' gas on the area leased. A rent- al newable on the same date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- - and thereafter from year to year, is charged of 50 cenis per acre ptroller. provided during each year ; he does for the .first year and $1.00 per acre PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for u or-cause- s to be done work on the for each subsequent year. Creeks means any natural water year $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay Office ' , . J .... . For renewal of grant-co- urse shall, within fourteen days after the An having an average width of T, , ... . Assay Office is maintained by less than one hundred and fifty feet ' -- fffrenewed within 14 days ... expiration of the year, satisfy. ' the the Government at "Vancouver, between. its banks. . ef date , .$10.00 Mining. Recorder that the work "has where gold exported from the Ter- ritory , If If after 14 days 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. Controller.
FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 1942 THE WHITEHOKSE 1ST AK, Will TK HORSE. YUKON PA'JE SEVEN ITTXXXZZZXXXJXXXXXXZ J. S. AND CANADIAN $4,000,000 is included in the Nation- al Explosions occasioned by the R. 'BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS' GOVERNMENTS PLANNING Defence program for moderniz- ing A. F. on the French coast Saturday ON CARRYING OUT LARGE and improving ;. telegraph and were stated to have been so terrific COPIER MINING telegraph and teephone communic- ations as to have rocked towns on the in British Columbia" and the British side of the English Channel. OPERATIONS ON COST-PLU- S N. W. T. The services to be en- larged This night attack was made on the BASIS- - and improved include all Nazi submarine nest at St. Nazaire. those orj Vancouver Island, the The flyers sped out at such a height It , was reported from Washington Cariboo country, Prince Rupert, the that their only visible signs were Peace River and other northern trails in the vapour high sky. -- Mine-laying D. last C, week that the United years Jiriiy&J i areas. Work 'will be commenced operations in enemy waters States and Canadian governments within the next few weeks. were also included in the attack. are planning to carrying out large We have a letter from up-coun- try scale copper mining operations on' a The writer states cost-pl- us basis in order to over- come she has used "all kinds of the present tariff barriers canned milk" but .: Pacific which at the present time prevent Milk' continually since she Canadian copper reaching the U. S. it "because of its began A. British Columbia it is stated is and flavor. That richness the province which will be particul-ar- y was eight years ago." benefitted by such an under- taking. It's only real excellence that could bring a milk a pre- ference like this. MODERNIZING TELEGRAPH Pacific Milk TELEPHONE SERVICES TO COST FOUR MILLIONS. IRRADIATED OF COURSE It is reported that an item of Mi ' Insist on PILSENER f if Iffe i "I've read how Hitler starts training his Wjy Lager, Beer. Enoy f JfefiSjiw j killers when they're toddlers. So I reckon W the fine' quality and -- rj 1 ' i it's up to me and every other Canadian mother to train our children to realize that they've got to pay for their freedom!" "That's why I see to it that all my children buy War Savings Stamps every week, I tell them what freedom means what the grown- ups are fighting . for that it's for them! So they've got to give .up something too and the money $5.00 back for every $4.00 saved now will come in mighty handy when they 0 start out on their own!" Buy War Savings Stamps from banks, post offices, druggists, groctrs and other retail stores. National War Finance Committee. This advertisement is not published or 7-- S 30 displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. 1 1
THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE, YUKON FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 1942 PAGE EIGHT Local Happenings Cooling Drinks for Hot Days W. S. Lawson, W. B. and! Messrs. Mrs. Robert Sheardon daugh- ter H. J. Williamson, W; Hitchen arrived from Dawon last week- end Allen, nnH r. Rvan of the Dept. of Trans to join her husband here. - arrived in town from Edmonton port Mr. N. E. Dennison in charge of last Saturday. Stower's Lime Juice maintenance for the Y. S. A. T. ar-liV-etU- xom -- . 'last Thursday. Mr Birch, government' telegraph Edmonton Lawn Social at ! operator ai Lower LeBarge arrived Grantham's Lime Juice Cordial. Don't forget-th- e town tljis week. Mr Lander , of Christ Church rectory grounds next in Wednesday A . cordial ' welcome i the local office supplying during his absence. . awaits you. CANADA DRY - FLIP - LIAIE RICKEY .. Dr. Ernest Gruening, Governor of Mr. W. S. Drury arrived from his Alaska, was a visitor in town from trip to the coat on Saturday after WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. "Juneau for a day or two this week being away for the past few weeks on route to Fairbanks. ; ,, Miss Helma Miller, formerly Post- mistress Nabob Orange and Lemon Syrup, Mr., E. A. Rasmussen of the Bank at Mayo, Y. T., arrived in or Alaska, arrived from Juneau town last Saturday and is leaving Sparklett Bulbs. Monday and is still here on a busi- ness in the near future by C P. A. plane trip. r'or Edmonton. Mr. C. E. "Bud" Fisher of the Mrs. James of Atlin, whose son is Fisher Transportation Co., arrived in the local hospital suffering . from TAYL0R& DRURY Ltd from Mayo last Saturday with a an injury to his foot, has been in view of locating here. town for the past several days the W. A. O'Neill of Canadian Placers guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Wat- son. Ltd., arrived from Atlin Monday en THERE IS NO OTHER TOBACCO JUST LIKE OLD CHUM route to Clear Creek. Rev.'Father M. Bobillier, O. M. I representing Mr. P. Campbell, Marshall-Well- s B. C. Ltd., made a formerly in charge of St. Joseph's Diisiness trip to' Kluane this week Church in Atlin, B ,C, arrived in and is now leaving for Dawson on a i town recently and will be leaving business trip I for Fort Selkirk. . Mr. A. T. Jacobs, representing the Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., having completed his business trip through the Territory, is returning by Y. S. A. T. plane for the coast Sunday. THE ESTATE OF EDMON STANLEY CAIN DECEASED All persons having any claims against the estate of the above-nam- ed deceased are required to file same with ' the under-signe- d at his office in Whitehorse, Y. T.t on or before the 1st day of August, .1942, supported by statutory declaration, after which date the estate will be distributed, having reference, only to laims which have been so filed. Dated at Whitehorse, Y. T., this 28th day., of May, 1942. ' W. L. PHELPS, mm ; Solicitor for Executrix Mim I . 22-- 2 Janet Birnie """ Christ Church-Anglica- n- The Tobacco of Quality s THE OLD LOG CHURCH V Whitehorse CUT COARSE FOR PIPE CUT FINE FOR ROILINO YOUR OWN Aged in pak casks to&i Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. mellow golden per- - V Rector. fection, it makes the g smoothest Collins or S$ EVERY SUNDAY 5 Cocktail you have ever' 1c 8 30 a m. Holy Communion. !jm i known. ii 10.00 a. m. Sunday School 11.00 a m. Morning Prayer. Mr; Barney Phillips of the C. P. Mr. Stan Emery of the Y S. A: T. 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer and A. is in town on company business brought Fairchild in on Tuesday. Sermon. . arriving last Saturday. " ' ' -- .. A ' . SACRED HEART OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT Men, Women Over 40 JjOolcten Out Catholic Church May Feel Weak, Worn, Old? Sundays: '..'.' 12 Tuesday 72 41 Want Normal Pep, Vim, Vitality ? Masses 21 . Io weak, rundown, exhausted condition make 7.30 and 9.00 A.M. Thursday 62 39 you feel fagged out. old? Try Ostrex. Contala general tonics, stimulants, often needed after 30 or 111 Upk E. Uiftim A Sent limiltW, High Mass'....:.....: 10.30 A.M. 22'Friday : 59 43 40. Supplies Iron, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin i. ueipn you get normal pep. vim. vitality. In I " WsleHoe , I Benediction 7.30 P.M. 23 Saturday ..; 65 39 troductory sise Ostrex Tonic Tablets only 35c. I''" 3w ai, an gooa arug stores everywhere. Co 24 Sunday 69 40 This advertisement is not published Week days: 25 Monday 78. 36 For sale, at or displayed by" the Government of Masses 7.00 and 730 'A.M. 26 Tuesday f7 45 UIIITEIIORSE PHARMACY Yukon Territory. Fridays: Benedictibn 7.30 P.M. 27 Wednesday ;....7. .. 61 45 .... H. G. Macpherson