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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 38, Friday, September 18, 1942.

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Frc-- CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42. No. 38. wtiiTEHORSE. yukon. September Friday, isth, 1942 subscription $3.00 Year. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT J. H. SISSONS, M. P. DECLARES PRODUCTION -- FOR PEACE RIVER INU. S. ONLY HALF VISITS WHITEHORSE- - OF POSSIBLE OUTPUT. We were, pleased to have an op- portunity WASHINGTON,, Sept. 14. Presi- dent of discussing with Mr. J. Roosevelt told congress Mon- day H Sissons, M.P. for Peace River, tnc the U.S. is producing only a various government projects now little more than 50 per cent of its being carried out through the Ter- ritory.:" maximum possible war production and solemnly warned: , Mr. Sissons is particularly inter- ested "Not until we have reached in the new highway and has the maximum and we can do keen ideas of its possibilities in the this only by stripping our civi- lian future as an arterial route through economy to the bone can his constituency and the Yukon into oar fighting men and those of Alaska. In the railroad project our Allies be assured of the about to be undertaken he also dis- played vastly -- greater quantities of wea- pons a lively interest as well as required to turn the tide. the pipe-lin- e from Fort Norman to , this point and stated that he had "Not until then dan the United come to Whitehorse in order to Nations march forward together to secure data. certain victory." The president's statement was in RUSSIAN HEROISM a letter transmitting the sixth quart- erly AND SACRIFICES lend-lea- se report in which he ARE BEVOND PRAISE. spoke of Britain as an "offensive MOSCOW, Sept. 14. Story of the base." heroism of Russian soldiers who Lend-lea- se help now is being pro- vided filled their pockets with hand gren- ades, at he rate of $8,000,000,000 a and threw themselves under year, with the maximum aid pos- sible German tanks rolling toward Stalin- grad under 15 separate appropriat- ion stirred the capital Sunday. acts reaching almost $63,000,-000,00- 0. Sixteen men, of whom 14 are dead and one is dying, by act of At .present, the report said, about sacrifice held up an onslaught of 12 35 cent of lend-lea- se exports are per German tanks and drovo two pla- toons going to the United Kingdom, 35 of Italian automatic riflemen per cent to Russia, and 30 per cent to cover, newspapers reported. to the Middle Australia and East, U. S. TECHNICAL SCHOOL FOR BRITISH R.A.F. IN MIDDLE EAST The 16 men, it was reported held other areas. Picture shows: Colonel Crom (left) shaking hands with Air Marshal a vital sector northwest of Stalin- grad "Aid to China", is added, "has Drummond as he hands over the School. General Maxwell is between and repulsed i dote 'mined been limited by the difficulty of '' enemy iHtnck from that direction. them. .;..."'' transportation, but the development At dawn 12 German tanks rolled of other means of transportation CANADIAN LOSSES VICHY GOVERNMENT into the field to charge the strong- -, will relieve the situation." hold. AT DIEPPE OVER CLAMPS DOWN ON ALL To (show that lend-lea- se is not Hand grenades tossed in the entirely a one-wa- y proposition, the THREE THOUSAND. LABOR IN FRANCE. orthodox manner blew u four of report said that in Britain 250,000 The Petain the tanks. But the rest came on. 14. Sept. VICHY, British workmen were engaged on The department of National De- fence government Monday established the The last throe Russians r.jma:nintj construction for the American army at Ottawa on Tuesday an- nounced principle of forced labor and total uninjured then-t;icke- d hand gren- ades in July alofi. that Canadian casualties at in under their belts stuffed oth- ers dictatorship over employment Reciprocal Aid Dieppe aggregate 3,350 dead, of the most radical laws in in their pockets an c! holding as one In addition, British guns and wounded and missing. The knovn many as fusible in their hands, camps, aircraft and military stores dead amount to 170 including 40 of- ficers, French history. threw themselves . undtr. the cater- pillars have been turned over to U. S. ex- peditionary wpunded 633 including 41 of- ficers Every Frenchman aged 18 to of two mere tanks. forces and reciprocal and 2417 missing including 50 and every unmarried woman Men and madrnes were; blown to 21 to 35 is subject to be called aid ; is being furnished American 130 officers. Defence M5'i ter bits. The remaining tanks with- drew troops in Australia, New Zealand Ralston stated "In releasing these up "to effect all labors which and before they could resume and by the "Fighting French" in figures and ttio long list of thse the government will jjudge use- ful the attack Russian reinforcements Equatorial Africa and New Cale- donia. described as missing, I wish again in the higher interests of arrived. w!vch all the nation." to express the sympathy --o- Canadians will fcal with those who The law provides no limitation ANNOUNCEMENT JAP SEAPLANE SETS must endure sorrow and anxiety, on where .they could be sent al- though FIRE TO OREGON FOREST and the deep pride which be'cngs to all details are not yet pub- lished. Mr. and Mrs. John D. McEachern our country; in the courage, the . It may be applied-- , also to of Regina, Saskatchewan, announce -- EFFORTS ABORTIVE. fighting gallantry and the prooi oi foreigners who reside in France. the engagement of their youngest victory to como which Canada Every Frenchman and probably daughter, Helen Agnes, to Const- able The first aerial assault upon to the male foreigner subject achieved at Dieppe." every Mervin' Hobbs, Royal Canadian United States soil, possibly by a to labor law must prove compulsory Mounted Police, son of the late Mr. seaplane operating from a sub- marine, vrnm Pearl Harbour it is reported the government that he is engaged' ad Mrs. Wiilliam J. Hobbs of Ot- -, was an attemDt on Septem work "useful to the country's United States is now nesr-in- g in tawa, Ontario. The marriage will ber 9 to set fire to a valuable but that the to to assignment liable needs" be the half-wa- y mark in its fight or , take place early in October at isolated forest the northern Ore-So- n on other work. ' the Japanese navy's air- craft Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. coast. This was the announce- ment to destroy which is the Every employer is forbidden to strength made Tuesday by the U. carrier immediate object- ive hire any worker unless he is" pro- vided Infractions of the law will be army's western defence command, most important Pacific. Six by the government labor ser- vice punishable with sentences up to five fragments of metal found near a of the war in the destroyed. and with government author- ization, lyears' imprisonment and a 30,000 crater by forestry patrols bore Jap- anese carriers have now been known which also is needed for gold franc fine, which will be doub- led The Japs have now eight in the of second offenders. ideographs. The fire was discharging or resigning. case Sickly extinguished. carriers left. THE STAR, WHITEHORSE YUKON - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, i942 --WHITEHORSE P'iGE TWO is untrue. No national debts ever incurred by the Dominion govern- ment has ever been repudiated and "Voloe of the Yukon never will be. How all the govern- ment securities now being issued m An Independent Journal such staggering amounts are to be liquidated is a matter upon which Published every Friday f.t most of us have very vague ideas and we believe that it is due to this Whitehorse, Yukon Territory fact that there is a measure of hesi- tancy The Uhite Pass and Yukon Route On the Trail of '98 on the part of some people to invest in such government securi- ties. The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to Member of Canadian Weekly It is not for us to dictate the pol- icy Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska of the government in such"' mat- ters Newspapers' Association. but we are at liberty to disclose AIRPLANE SERVICE HORACE E. MOORE - Publisher one way of liquidating our national debt which will possibly throw a connections northbound and plane service, making south- bound . . ..... . : t. ' little light on the subject and so to makes who with steamers at Skagway. . Serving Whitehorse, Let us have faith that right some extent enlighten those might; and in that faith let us to may be '"all at sea" on the matter. Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information Notwithstanding the general im the end dare to do our duty as we apply to any i pression that natural resources are understand it. Lincoln. the greatest asset of any country we are of the opinion that this is in- correct WHITE PA S SAG EN T, or SEPTEMBER 18th, 1942 and that labour takes the 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. premier position. A tree standing in a forest is a part of our natural resources and as long as it remains GETTING DOWN TO BRASS standing there its maximum value TACKS is not more than a dollar it matters not , where it may be located. But It is being brought home more when that same tree is felled and forcibly to us every day that we by the combination of labour and shall have to make many sacrifices machinery is transformed into lum- ber and put up with inconveniences be- fore or furniture its value has in- creased the full effect of our united ef- forts a thousand fold. It is just can be made available and the the same with gold bullion. . The turning point of the war in our huge amount of gold now lying favour can be accomplished. burried in vaults in Fort Worth, U. The major part we on the home S. A. has no actual value whilst it front have to play is the funding of remains unused. It must be made our national finances as represented to work before it can acquire any in our individual ' capacity. We value, and its greatest value then is must realize that to all intents and not when it is, converted into money purposes we are part and parcel of but when, by the circulation of such i i i-- i i m a i vi i ii i i v I I I mW 1 l m v J II I II I & I the finance department of the gov- ernment. money, the greatest amount of lab- - I I I II s II L II I I We have : not the direct- ion I KJLLJ V-K- -.-..W IL-I- UJ of war expenditures to be sure housand and one things which an?' that is in more competent hands civilized nation needs today. than ours but we have to produce But, to come back to the question the where-with-a- ll to keep the of the liquidation of our war debt.3. wheels of finance operating and What .is feared by some people is that is the most important part of that a depression period will again the whole system after all. To this be experienced after the terminat end the government is devising ion oi this war similar to that whicn every means in its power to secure followed the First Great War. The every available dollar and utilize repetition of such a major catas- trophe same for war purposes. Our indi- vidual will not be tolerated under contributions to the national any circumstances. It. has often A beverage of moderation full flavored, clear cause may seen infinitesimal but been stated how strange it is thnt it : and sparkling. Order some today . . . collectively all the necessary funds so much money can be procured for to assure complete victory for our war purposes but the same is not costs no more than ordinary beers. cause must be made available with- out available to a similar extent, in question or hesitancy on our part. normal times. If we have learned 42-- 1 It is the least can do and the we anything from past experiences it is IhlS advertisement IS not nublishedor riisnlavpd hv thp Rnvprnmpnt 01 government has the right to expect surely that the means of production Yukon Territory. and, if necessary to demand that we must be maintained" during normal each and all make whatever sacri- fices times as under extraneous circum- stances as gold emains the standard of value ItmitTTTTTOYlTTYrrrfn may be necessary to the very such as war conditions. The for monetary exchange it can be re- served utmost of our ability, Most people denlpt.inn nf mn.u u -- t vi limu, UA uie necessities i for international trade will very properly look upon this pur U1 11AC vven as millions of other I At tne time poses. present unem- ployment matter of finances as a national commodities not so essential but de- sirable in Canada has been duty, as such it is, and will readily re- duced Whitehorse ... ... fukon nevertheless all over the to a minimum. This condit- ion comply with it as a matter of course. civilized world assures a market for can be and must be maintained Shirking will not be tolerated and such production for many years after the war and since there is or those, if such there be, who imagine ahead. To finance this huge under- taking should be little or no difference be- tween Shows Every they can evade this urgent call to-nation- al all governments will have to government securities and duty are due to a rude put into circulation large amounts government currency the logical awakening. of currency. As far as Canada is thing it seems to be, when the time Night Notwithstanding the numerous concerned this can be readily done arrives is to exchange the govern- ment (Except Sundays) and decisive statements made by through the Bank of Canada by the securities for currency and put the Minister of Finance to the con- trary, Dominion government retiring the the same into circulation in order there are still a number of smaler securities first, such as War to keep the wheels of industry work- ing See Bulletin Board for Particulars people who are still of the opinion Savings Certificates which are most- ly all the time. This, of course, that the money now being secured held by the working class, and would not be accomplished all at rXTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTT XXj by the government by of loan, placing this way amount of in currency once, neither is it necessary. A per ' 'I such as bonds and war savings cer- tificates circulation. There can be no ob- jection centage of such securities, sufficent most urgently desire and have and stamps, will be to this never as far as internal fi to enable the people to be employed rieht to pvnprt. arp an assured in --eo- aid. Ths is as unfortunate as it nancing is concerned. And as Ioup continuously will be required. Whit come o and regular 1 employment. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR WHITEHORSE YUKON PAGE THREE ATLIN NUGGETS SAVE TIME BY AIR Allan White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Northern Commercial Co. Ltd MacLeod White, left by this oat-goi- ng AIR MAIL Princess to return to his PASSENGERS studies at college. AIR EXPRESS 1 Mr. and Mrs Ed. Kindrachuk and their two young daughters Sonja We Don't Haves and Sandra left for Vancouver to- day after spending many years in Changes in on the Spruce Atlin Camp Creek. where Although Ed., mined they To Tell You will be greatly missed by their many friends here, we offer them Schedule our very best wishes for the future That Winter is Almost Upon Us, of a farming career which we understand they are planning. Vancouver -- Whitehorse Mr. N. C. Alden. a fire insurance- - adjuster, Mr. J. J. Plommer, an au- ditor, (Daily except Friday) and Mr. W. Geray NchoU, a NORTHBOUND Vancouver fire warden left Mon- day Lv. Vancouver. . 10 a. m, for Vancouver after spending We can tell you that we can Ai. Whitehorse. i . . 7 p. m. several days in Atlin relative to a fire that destroyed the Atlin Co-O- p SOUTHBOUND store on Spruce Creek last January. outfit you for all your winter hv Whitehorse . .7 a. m. , Ar. Vancouver.. 5.M p- - in. Jack iFlescher, dragline operator activities at amazingly for the Spruce Creek Placers Ltd., Edmonton - Whitehorse is taking no chances of his family economical prices. being marooned in Atlin for the (Daily except Friday) winter. His wife and children left NORTHBOUND to catch this outgoing Princess. Lv. Edmonton '12.45 p. m-A- r. Whitehorse . ...7 p. m. REPORTED OTTAWA IS SOUTHBOUND PLANNING TO CURTAIL Lv- - Whitehorse -- 7 a. m. SALE OF LIQUOR. Drop in and let us show you the Ar. Edmonton . . . -- 5 p. m. Direct connections at White- horse BELLEVILLE, Ont., Sept. 14.--Pr- ime things you need and want. for Fairbanks, Alaska, -- and Minister King told a delega- tion at Edmonton with T. C. from the general council of the A. for points south. United church in Ottawa Saturday that a committee of the federal The above schedule remains cabinet was studying ways "in Take Your C h a nge i n in force until further notice- - which effective action could be taken" to curtail liquor consumption For Full Flight Information War Consult in Canada, it was announced hen? Savings Stamps J. A. Barber Monday. The "delegation from the council WHITEHORSE now in session here eported the I prime minister told them he accept- ed' .rxxrcxxxxxxxxxj rTTYl TlTTllllIII xTTTTxTTTTTYl their argument for curtailment rTYYTnrYYTTTTTTmiXXXXXl? of liquor as "clear and convincing' "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS " and that he would soon make an X. Butter appeal for temperance in the do- minion TN in a national radio address. Try BURNS and PATRON A 61 Meats Sluimrock Brand Creamer)' Butter Eggs PAY CHANNEL ON FOR 8 (or . ! RUBY CREEK RE-DISCOVERE- D. Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products YEARS It's a joy to know that Andy Wo V.AVP a letter from up- - Bailey, John Bechlund and Kina The writer states Arnevik seem now to be sure they country "You Can Buy No Better" she has used "all kinds of have picked up the old pay channel canned milk" but Pacific on Ruby Creek. This ground is Milk continually since she owned by Al. Morrison and (a began it "because of its smaller interest) by Ross Peebler. & Company LimitedJ . have sBurns richness and flavor. That The above-name- d laymen a ago." workout lay on the property. In all was eight years :xjucxzxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.1 that several thousand feet of tunneling It's only real excellence to locate the pay could bring a milk a pre- ference has been done VICHY GUARDING and watched roads ' leading into month or two but the past like this. channel, Marshal Petain's capital city. to have made a certainty of AGAINST ANY seem The population for a time specu- lated Milk the future for some, and the camp POSSIBLE UPRISING. on Whether a serious interna! Pacific benefit at large should derive great event was expected, but authorities for many years to come. It certain- ly and said it was practice to test a plan ADIATED Or COURSE looks that Arno Krumbeigel VICHY, Sept. 14-Tro- ops Ittt now and manned machine-gun- s of operations against any possible and police set up has not spent so much money disorders which might be directed., the past ten at strategic places throughout Cani- - time uselessly during what the against the government or town. Wiv, rrnnpration of this the city Saturday in 1 111 bHV V alone will prove Time The machine were put in guns years the next few called a practice ma- noeuvre. dian consumers during the writer of authorities o. matter, but although ' place at the post office, which also until Nov. 1, shipments would oe weeks, he maintained. this is a very poor man aDDeared at dawn I houses the telephoe exchange, the tv,0 firct mms be bacon to Britain can the willing to lay big odds on the, pay soldiers j railway station, and bridges and Mr. Taggart said. It is expected from his hold- ings and up to 10.30 a. m. take Arno has yet to I roads leading into the city. and bridges additional hogs will be marnci- - on Ruby Creek. guarded the post office -- Tyy in November. PAGE FOUR THE W1I1TEHORSE STAR, WIIITEIIORSE YUKON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 194J ' feet on each side of the base line. Registration 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. hundred feet in length' by one thou- - If it affects more than one claim-s- and ing a survey .made, and upon Co- mplying feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim ..... $1.00 with other requirements,' ob. as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title tain a lease for a term cf twenty, form and shall be marked by two For first entry ...................... $2.00 one years with the right to renewal of Law each end of the For each additional entry ....... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e Synopsis Mining X b? arid "2" re- - For copy of Document years. Claims located prior to July spectively. Location posts of creek Up to 200 words ...... ......... $2.50 7, 1917 may Upon fulfilling similar Yukon Territory claims shall be placed on the base For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be Crown Granted. ; line, and of all other claims parallel For grant of water Leases, renewals of leases, and to the base line, and on the side of For 50 inches or less ... .. $10.00 documents relating to leased claims the claim nearest the creek or river For 50 to 200 inches ............ $25.00 shall be recorded with the Mining Any person eighteen years of age towards which it fronts, For 200 to 1,000 inches ...... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. ' or over shall have the right to enter, . , .... , , For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees A discoverer shaU be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon any or fraction thereof $50.00 claim feet m length, and a Recording every claim $10.00 lands in the Yukon Territory, For a substitutional record ... :hothpr vpd.pH in the Prnun or twu uw-uv- u cio wu .lanuo, QUARTZ MINING $10.00 . .. . ... ir: j each of 1.250 feet in length. Application for a lease ...... $10.00 otnerwise, lor me mmex ueum: - Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- ments in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of claim any may claims in g00d standing at the time ................. ..... ...... '5,00 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim claim shall 0f its location, a mining If recorded within 14 days after with certain reservations set out m allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- - be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date '.. .. $5.00 the said Acts. ment does not interfeie with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within , ,v v . rights of other persons or terms of i 1-5- 00 500 feet feet in in width width. ; three months '. enter for $15.00 No person -- shall mining ;itn any agreement the crown. If after three months and with-- : 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 in six months $25,00 other until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder a each extremity of the location Recording every certificate of been "furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located ime numbered "1" and "2" respect-- : of work ,.:.'.;,.,. ' $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's ively. On the side of No. 1 post 'For a certificate of partnership $5.00 damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al-- faring No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- ment, caused. lowed for additional ten miles affidavits, or any other v every the name 0f the claun, a letter in-- , i . , or fraction thereof. A claim may be dieatine g the direction to No 2 P rjost document .... -- , - $2.50 Where claims are being located , . , c,- - . ' ,.ui: If document affects more than u uima, ui, n,y yuui. tne numDer of feet to the right or situated than which are more one one claim, for each additional . holiday left of the location line, the date of hundred miles from the Re- corder's Mining ' claim . .. ....... . ... $1.00 office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a location and the name of the locator. For granting period of six , than five in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- - On No. 2 post, on the side facing No. months within which to re-.- ;: to meet and appoint one of their cate another claim in the valley or 1 post, shall be inscribed the name cord,., .. y,.',..U $4.00 number recorder, basin of creek within . f the claim, the date of location, as emergency same sixty For an abstract of the record of who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. and the name of the locator. a claim: ,;. the application and fees received to For the first Title The claim shall be recorded with entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. in 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-- For copies of any document re- corded claim, each such person shall contri- - the provislons of the Act with res-- fice; one additional day shall be al-- where same do not bute proportionately to his interest pect to bating and recording a lowed for every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4.00 to the work required to be done claim sha11 be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof, Where . such copies exceed three thereon, and when proven to the fof one year and sha11 have the ab- - . , . . . . . ' folios. 30 cents per folio for Gold Commissioner that he has not foIute riht of renewal from year . Adjoining claims not t exceeding every folio over three. to ear thereafter, provided eight m number may be grouped For of done so his interest may be vested during recording a power 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" person . . ..... . . ........ . $4.00 The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- - formed on any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- - der within fourteen days after the cl-i- ms m the group. to stake from two per- sons veyor shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit . . ... ........ $8.00 Every application for a full claim absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the For recording an assignment or shall be made on Form "A" and for claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal other document relating to a a Fractional claim on Form "A-l- ". 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. . $5000 be Rental for renewal term of 21 bona fide prospecting trip may se-- may grouped and the work re- - . cure from , the ,, Mh .. ng Recorder , auired quueu tn 10 hp De nprfnrmoH Performed to entit.e 5f The timber on a m. mineral ora1 claim is years . .. ...... $200.00 ... . . , , . .. the "e ownpr nr tr. nfl,nio t reserved until the Mining Recorder ,,.- - owner or mmorc owners to renewals of f Dredging written permission to record at his . . , . own risk a claim within six months. the several claims grouped may be frtlfies f. that. Sam.1S reauired CQ A lease may be issued, for a per- iod for use mining operations on the performed on any one or more of of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the claim- - The Commissioner, however, stretch of river not exceeding ten above the ground, squared or laced claims may issue a permit to holders of grouped are owned by more miles in length giving the exclusive for the upper eighteen inches and than other claims to remove the timbers . one person a Dartnershin right to dredge for gold, silver and measuring four inches across the agreement for use in their mininS operations . . . . creating a joint and platinum. The lessee must have at - t ! i. J it faced portion, lhe post must be several where other timber is not readily liability on the part of all least one dredge in operation on the firmly fixed in the ground. the available. owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years. the claims shall be executed Priority of location shall be deem- ed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas filed with the Mining Recorder. to convey priority of right. Cer- tain A lease may be issued for a per- iod Any person having complied with disputes may be heard and de- termined Taxes and Fees of twenty-on- e years for an area the provisions of the Act with re-- by a Board of Arbitrators. of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving Royalty at the rate of two and gard to locating and recording a the right to the petroleum and na- tural Grants of claims grouped or own- - one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for on the area leased. A rent- al ed by one person may be made re- newable all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record. gas is charged of 50 cents acre on the same date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- - and thereafter from year to year, per for the first and $1.00 acre ptroller. ' year per - provided during each year he does PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for or causes to be done work, on the for each subsequent year. Creeks means any natural , water one year . . . . $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay Office course having an average width of For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by less than one hundred and fifty feet Tf renewed within . 14 days expiration of the year, satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, between its banks. after expiry date $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from the Te- rritory 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, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1942 THE WIIITL'HORSE STAR WITITEHORSE- - YUKON PAGli FIVE 9. Che Old Cog CSbwrcb , Christ Church Whitehorse Yukon REV. L. G. CHAPPELL, L.Th., RECTOR There is in the Old Testament a ings as "clothes make the man", but little book consisting of only four m reality they are only half-truth- s. chapters and concerning the pro- phet Both manners and clothes help to establish a sense of decency anil Jonah, q. book that points to a order qualities necessary in man- - difference which is to be common ; I kind, but they do not make up for found among people. Some are j a lack of character in which alone willing to accept and fulfill their re-- ues the secret of of true manliness sponsibiUties, while others do everyt- hing In the university of life it was to teach us this that Christ -- laboured they can to escape them. Even through His own example and m among the prophets themselves this His exposition of truth. same" difference is to be observed. Character as Christ understood it involves ac- ceptance The prophet's task was invariably a hard one, and men . like Isaiah, of responsibility towards others, acceptance of Jeremiah, and Ezekiel were willing responsibility to stand up to their responsibilities towards ourselves, acceptance of re- sponsibility towards God. and to face the cost to themselves, A rough of character survey our whereas the story of . Jonah tells of might be summed in this a man who did his utmost to dodge up way: We have accepted our the task that God gave him to do. responsibility to serve others just so far as is ,nS'St Of Jonah we read that he was told! necessary to preserve internal order La to go to Ninevah to denounce its and decency, and to ensure the sup-- wickedness "he rose up to flee from ! ply of our bread and butter, we the presence of the Lord." have accepted our responsibility ,o we are mcunea to mane iun oi i ourselves just so far as it suited our the Jonah in the Bible, but there convenience to do so, we have ac- cepted are many Jonah's in every town and . our responsibility to God every congregation throughout Can- - hardlv at. all Tt ada, people who will not or cannot , . .. . , .. . 'home to us very torcibv in these face up to responsibility in'' the .true i. "days that in order to live we have cnnnA rt V rrvA) TV c $ W 1 1 Yr r " . . ,, , , , ;got to stand up to life, to face life 4L the nnrt nf thp rnacepe tn stanH nn , , . , .. ; a stronger character and de to life's responsibilities is, I believe, form. termination than we have hitherto one of the lamentable weaknesses of chosen to exhibit. We' have got to our democracy where so many ser- vices pay the price in work and in re- sponsibilitywhich of life are upon a voluntary international or- der and not upon a compulsory basis. It and decency demands, we have points to a weakness of character got to sacrifice very many delight- ful which is deplorable among a people considerations for personal con- venience, whose corporate aim is towards a . and we have got to ac-kowle- dge growing understanding of the dig- nity God's supremacy and un- bounded of freedom. If that ideal is wisdom over all things, if worth anything at all, it must be we are to achieve the establishment worked for by every individual who of that order upon the earth. yearns for it, it must be fought for fcfti!SliMiiMi i UiiMMi own miiiiwwMM M i " ' e$&M In its divorcement from the will i atrnincf ovorv' nnforfnnicf Within v , , , . ...'of God the world has had to go h aSP: and without who seek to null it. . . ... through "mad-house- " conditions, down. It has been said that we This advertisement is not published or every activity has been thrown into should preach from our pulpits an a state of chaos, excesses of every dieplaved bv the Government of Yuk on Territory. eleventh commandment "Thou shalt description have been rampant not seek something for nothing." The everywhere, and peace of mind has same man who has suggested this been literally torn to shreds, but out additional tenet . also urges justly Yukon Electrical Company. Ltd. of the chaotic conditions there are that a generation of bargain we are indisputable signs that the will of hunters. We have come to believe Will be pleased to consult God is still working for the good of we can have the fruits of life with- out the world, through all the chaos and rendering the work upon which vou regarding disorder. God's great plan of re- construction that The last three rests. fruit is definitely taking Light, Power, Supplies and Installations years have made us learn by experi- - form, and the world's activities are u, naie IUCU'"W " I being ordered and shaped into con- - State servitude, but, in our opposit- - f Hqw long WHITEHORSE, Y. T. ion to it, we have spoken much of, , rWr-d- s lanrelv unon Ik V AAA VM"V v- - MT freedom without clear under- standing any the zeal and acceptance of respon- sibility of the conditions ' of free- dom, of those whom God has shall never see the answer to that sorting and sifting out from the of the price which must be chosen for the carrying out of His question by looking at the chaos and shaos and disorder, we shall see for paid within ourselves for the pri- vilege will, for. those whom he has chosen disorder, for these are lackig in ourselves the Kingdom of God com- ing of possessing this ideal. The are those whom He has caled by any definite characteristics. The into being, and with that same writer Donald Stewart also there the addit- ional Hiis Name. - only answer to that question lies in knowledge - comes says that we have come to a mo- ment He is responsible to them, and the individual ability to see in tlvi knowledge that as His Spirit in History when a Freedom responsible to Him. Each, world the defnite characteristics enters into us, transforming us, He they are which has had all too little to di con- tract which indicate the development of sets us on our feet, bringing out. our as it were is under a spiritual with Discipline has been answered God has under- taken best qualities and making us true to the other, and because God God's Kingdom. by Discipline which has deter- mined and When God takes a has promised us His fullest aid, it the survey. God has pro- vided men women. ' nothing to do with of lives, then things to have of the all the necessary material-mate- rial charge our is for us to fulfil our part Freedom. It is well for us to allow the finest which we have made in- accessible, really begin to happen. Old pro- blems contract and to develop that statement to sink in, and to re- alize workmen because in our handling are cleared up, new forms of can as characteristics we what we face by reason of the .' "T",. -- Sen tin QTlH flpp of it, we have los its identity with service open up. life becomes a things we have done, and the ,m riis service. iu ua the mass of worldliness, but when great and glorious adventure. We oi tne j-a- jiu is the things we have left undone from presence fnr nnrsplves. and we are taking our part as re- sponsible are able to stand up to .life and be o TT;,.c;t;p! in mviie uisooiti work- ing more than through Him vnc ui me giccii, .- - . . iL. iw Ua hoc m' to do. agents in the conquerors Engtand has as its motto -- Manne,, 1 e i Question out of that plan, then, as who loved us and gave Himself lVr maketh the man." There some 0e fightlng for? we we associate ourselvas with the us. 'nith in this as in other such, say-- asKea, wiwi PAGE SIX Tim WIIITEHORSE STAR. WHITEHORSE, YUKON FfilDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1942 Local Happenings WINTER HEATING Mr. S. Vandt left last Saturday by Mr. Terry of the Dept. of Trans C. P. A. plane fpr Vancouver on a port arrived in town Wednesday on business trip business connected with his depart- ment. We have on hand a selection of ' . The str. Casca left Sunday bound Camp Stoves for Fort Yukon, on the last trip of Mrs. Harvey Gennings left on the season to that point. Monday's train for the coast to visit and Airtight Heaters with her mother. She will be away Mr. N. P. Steacy, representing the from home for about two months. Borden Co. Ltd., manufacturers of in heavy sheet iron, also the . well-kno- wn "Klim" brand, of Keith Petrich, son of the U. S. milk, arrived in town last Sundav Quebec Heater official at Al- aska, Customs Anchorage, the Terri- tory. on his annual trip into His friends in the north were was a visitor in town this for coal or wood. Suitable for heating glad to meet with him again. week. several rooms. Mr. C. J. Rogers, president and VlVKE YOUR SELECTION NOW. general manager of the W. P. & Y, Christ Church Anglican- - R. left by plane for the Outside on THE OLD LOG CHURCH a business trip this week. Whitehorse . TAYLOR & DRURY Ltd Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. Inspector W. Grennan, officer in Rector. charge of the R. C. M. P. in the Territory, left on the str. Casca EVERY SUNDAY Sunday for Selkirk and Dawson. He 8 30 a m. Holy Communion. is expected back in Whitehorse 10.00 a. m. Sunday School. , shortly. 11.00 a m. Morning Prayer, 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer and Mrs. J. Porter and two young Sermon. daughters left Monday for Prince rTTIIIIIIIIII IIIIllXlAAA Rupert en route to Montreal where the two girls will enter school. Mrs. Porter expects to be away from home for about two months. Miss . Johnson, niece of the post master at Dawson arrived from California latter part of last week en route to the Gold City where she will be remaining. t After spending five years in the Yukon CorDl Metcalfe. R. C. M. P. who was located at the Summit' this summer, has left for Regina to which point he has been transferred. Mrs. D. Mann of Kirkman Creek arrived in town in time to catch 'ffli Monday's train for the Outside. : jf v. V'':"'':V::;;::v;::;.;. yt' il "Jho purest form in which tobacco can bo tmektd" The Whitehorse Chapter I. O. D. E. will be holding another Bridgo Party in the Masonic Hall on Fri 4fm ! day next, September 25. A cordial Mrs. T. Kerruish arrived in town invitation is extended to all to at- tend SACRED HEART . from Livingstone Creek this week same. and will spend the winter here. Catholic Church Mr, Fairborn, who has been Rev. Father Charles Hamel, O.M.I. purser on the str. Casca this season, From now on until further notice left Monday on his return trip to services will be conducted at the LANTERN the coast. His many friends in the north were glad to be able to frater- nize following times: with him again during the past Sundays: Aged in oak casks towM few months. Mr. Jack Ford ac- companied A.M. i&P mellow golden V Masses ........ 7.00 and 8.30 jm fection, it makes per- - the the str. Casca . as purser High Mass ................ ....... 10.00 A.M. smoothest Collins or S$ LECTURE on her trip north. Benediction 7.30 P.M. Cocktail you have ever FOR SALE 30 U. S. Winchester Week days: on the Rifle 'in first-cla- ss condition. Ap- ply Masses 7.00 A.M. Star Office Fridays: Benediction 7.30 P.M. YUKON FOR . SALE Or hire ten pack fTTiHiiTIiiiiTIIiiIIlj horses . equipped for packing. Communicate by wire to Mr. La-verdie- re OFFICIAL HEATHER REPORT of Laverdiere, Y. T. 1 Golden Gin "at September FOR SALE Peterborough Freight- ing 10 Thursday 50 4b CHRIST CHURCH (Prospector-trappe- r) Canoe. ft 59 w Length 18 footer. In first-cla- ss 11 Friday I I Jiph E. Seagram A Sent Limittd, I 12 Saturday 60 32 condition. Will load 1500 lbs. WEDNESDAYS 13 Sunday ,.........:.......:!."... 55 30 Two new paddles. Price $80 f.o.b. This advertisement is not published at 8 P. M- - Atlin, B. C. A genuine snap at 14 Monday 56 39 33 31 or displayed by the Government of this price. Address Mr .Harper 15 Tuesday 20 ........................ 44 Yukon Territory. Reed, Atlin. B. C. 16 Wednesday