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Whitehorse Star, v. 43, no. 8, Friday, February 19th, 1943.

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SUCCESSFUL YEAR'S YEARS YEAR'S- OPERATIONS ' , MORNING . , GREAT SHOCK IN ATLIN . , j jENTIRE ENTIRE BUSINESS BLOCK BLOCK- OPERATIONS OPERATIONS OF ' NATIONAL NATIONAL- SE NATIONAL- SE.tVICE ANDBob - - I - - . - SEVERAL DEAD AND AND- OVEIt Bob Small . , one of the best tin- smiths tin- tin tinI tinOn - On Monday , February 8 , resi- dents resi- smiths resi- resi - - SE SE.tVICE SEtVICE . t VICE IN A QUIET AND AND- UNOSTENTATIOUS AND- UNOSTENTATIOUS OVER OVEIt HUND1\ED HUND1 ED HUNDRED \ INJURED . smiths cver ever to come into the Yukon Yukon- and YukonI Yukondents dents of Atlin were profoundlJ profoundl }' UNOSTENTATIOUS MANNER I f . . and a long-time long time - resident of White- horse White- White Whiteshocked - ' shocked to hear that Major C . Wi1- SEVERAL WilJ- The WilJ- WilJ Wi1- Wi1 ! - , horse was found dead in bed by by- Lester , iam jam A . Nevile had passed away at Last Saturday night Daws Dawson Dawso- nLester'Loftus . .n n .n- the The following are the official an- horse an- nual an- an - - Lester Lester'Loftus LesterLoftus ' Loftus an employee of the the- Dowell I the age of 81 years , a few houn houra hounCreek houraCreek Creek , B . C . , was rocked by a dyna- after dynb- nual dynb- dynb dyna- dyna - - i nual report and financial statemen statements statements- of s s- of Dowell Construction Co . , who rent rent- On I after he had entered the new St . , i IImite mite explosion which demolished as as- the l1 l- 1the ij if of the Whitehorse Chapter , I 1.0 10 . 0 , . D . E . j damagefor the tinsmith's tinsmiths ' shop which has been I Andrew's Andrews IAndrew's ' Hospital . . At 8 o'clock oclock ' t.t tt t.e te : ; . . : ! I I Ientire entire , city block , causing damage damage- operated for the t'nded tnded ended ' January 31 , 19 1943 3 , year I operated by deceased for so many manyI I Previous Sunday night deceased deceasedestImated estImated at over $ $350,000 350000 , , the lo.s los loss lo.s- whih loss- years . f whih which have been handed in to fO- lyears for- publication fOl- fOl for - us fOlI (: I years , whE'n whEn ' he called at Bob's Bobs ' cabin I . walked across the street from he- about hlJ he hlJof of five li'es lies lives , ' and upwards of 153- persons 15J 153 15J- publication publication . about 11.30 1130 . . this morning . I Iresidence residence & &nd nd 2nd informed Constabh Constabl , ' persons injured . People block block3 block3- Honorar ; Offi'rs Offirs Officers ( ' ( ' for 19 1912 1912- Honorary . % Hecently Recently he had complained of of- pains Tom Kelly that he felt vcry very ill its . I away were stunned by the explosion explosion- Htgent explosion- Whilst Honorar Honorary ) ' Regent Mrs . I I . . Tayh'r Tayhr Taylor Taylor- Regent Tayh'rHecently ' Genningspains pains in his chest and had not been been- at Whilst Mrs . Kelly was doing ft tt.e tte . ! ! I Iwhich which left a crater five feet deep li at at- best Ht-gent Ht gent Regent - . Mrs . II H . Gennings Gennings- 1st nt at the shop for the last two days . best for the Major her husband left leftthe , the site of the livery barn where it h is . is- immediately I 1st st Vice Regent MI's MIs Mrs ' . H . Dennis Dennison Dennison- 2nd n n- nt Ithe Last night he called upon Mr . W . H . imme immediately iately for Ross Peebler's Peeblers ' to tostated I stated the dynamite was storeri stored . . 2nd Vic Vice Hegent Regent Mrs . F .. . Wilson Wilsun Wilsun- Secretary WilsonSimpson Simpson to whom he complained complained- about get a bus and in a short time de- de deBuildings - Buildings . at Pouce Coupe , B . C . , si = : : . . . .. . I , Imiles Secretary Mrs J B Watsot- Treasurer Watso:1 Watso1 Watsot : Watso:1b a about Da b out the pains in his chest and and- stomach ceased was removed to the hospitp hospita ' ' . ml miles .1 1es sou south th 0 of f D Dawson awson Creek w were were- Despite re re- Treasurer Treasurer , Mrs . L. Higgins- Echoes lliggins Higgins ! tstomach " stomach and then secured an aspirin aspirin- tablet Despite every effort made by Dr , . G . I I- I shaken by the explosion which it is is- W I Echoes '' , c I wes S Secretary cere t , ' ary htablet tablet after which he left for his his- cabin W . Meyer over a period of several severalreporte Id Ireported I reporte reported d was heard as far as . .5 5 75 75- hours .- 5n " "I I Mrs rs . II . G . M Macpherson Macpherson- Educational herson ' n acp i ' ersonI Hcabin I cabin ' . Apparently this was the last last- time hours death took place at . 1.3u 13u ' 'miles miles 'I I es away , . I In n D D- F'd Dawson awson Creek win . $ F'd Fd Educational ' . ucat lona ' I S Secretary ( ' 'cre cre tary , M Miss ISS A . H How How- Standard ow , ' 1.3uI'ml I'ml Iml d d- St dows . . . . ' time he was seen alive . On mak- ng mak- mak mako'clock - - o'clock oclock Monday morning . ows all over town were shattered shattered- The . Standard Stan d alu ' B Bearcr ealer . . , ! Mrs " "I I rs . L . G . Ch Chappell Chappell- Under app . .11 11 , . . . ' I ' and d i the.ng " .ng ng h his IS g gruesome esome discov discovery ry Loftus Loftus- reported The he late Major Nevile arrived in inI n . many , peop people 1 e were Injured b by by- Atlin ' Under the able leadership of the the- Regent , ' threported reported lmmedlatE'ly lmmedlatEly immediately ' to the R R . . C . Atlm Atlin from England about fort fort- fort fortHymg . . - . Hymg flying debris . A number of people people- egen people- two n t M Mrs . II H . G Gennings , another another- very th ano cr Regent egen , rs enmngs , fM M . P . , who now have the miltter matter in in- hand two years ago . He had previouollV previously ! I 1 Iw 1who w who . h h- f 0 had gone to the roofs of build- "cry build- held build- build - successful ' f I h has closed 1 d f for for- Whitehorse : " ' " "cry cry very suc'ess sucess ( u year as c ose l . hand . No further information avail- able avail- avail availheld - - held a commission in a Lincolnsl1 Lincolnshire Lincolnshiretngs re remgs mgs tngs to watch the conflagration conflagration- Daughters conflagration- regiment I WUltehorse Whitehorse Chapter , Imperial Orucr Orucr- Daughters r H H- hand reI I able at time of going to press . Iegiment regiment and nd spent a short time mwere m were b blown own to the gro ground nd whilst- South whist whilst whist- b : Daughters of the E Empire pire . Three new new- able new- members : , , . Atpedestrians pedestrians were hkewlse likewise thrown thrown- mtm thrown- off , . -- - - ( ) South Africa before locating in At- lin At- At - - ' ' " mtm members : bers , Inc including 'I I Ul i 109 one t transferrer rans f en'e ene en'ei ' i . , " . tThe The brIlliant Madame Kai-shek Kai shek Kaishek- wife - 1m lin . Durmg During his many years " resi- dence re"i- re"i rei resi- resi re"ioff " - - off their feet . The front portion of of- I'om of- at - - f from I'om Iom ' ! " "I I Mayo ' ayo Ch Chapter ap ter, were a dded added t to to- the 0 , , tI I wI wife e of China's Chinas ' Generalissimo Generalissimo- Chiang dence in m " " "the the Switzerland of the the- North theat at I least east a doze dozen store premises premises- caved premises- t e the Roll , making a total of thirty- two thirty- thirty thirtywI - . , . ' ' ' Chiang Kal-Stiek Kal Stiek Kai-Shek Kai Shek - , delivered a stir- ring stir- stir stirNorth - - North AmerIcan Continent " the Ma Ma- jor M . } , . caved in . Demohhon Demolition of the Dav- woo Daw- son Da\v- Da v Daw- Daw \ - - , t two woo woo- du woom , m including 'I I du d Itngu ' L'f Lf Life I e mem members b erts ertslall lall lallring aid aid- nonresident ring address before the U , . S . Con- of Con- Con Conior - ' ior jor took an active interest in the the- gress II IIson son Creek Hotel and several res- the res- tnonresl rest- rest res- res ! .- . non-resl non resl non-resident non resident - en . We n ' e were sorry to 0 lose lose- seven ose , ' ' gress yesterday and today is sitting public welfare of the communit'l communitl community ' . 'aurants aurants caused a serious senous food short- in shor- tsevn short- short - sevn seven ( : 0 of f our mem members bers d during urmg ' tl the the- last tlgress IC , , . , ' . ' ' tm in m with President Roos Roosevelt velt at his his- press y For or \ O\'er O 'er er over ' thirty-fi'e thirty fi'e fie thirty-five five - , ' years he d de- de dI deage ' . - -I I 'Iage age and housmg housing problem over the the- as the- voted I last ast year , six SIX 'h h having avm g 1 left eft t town own t to 0 l'e- 'd re- side l'e- l'e le re- re l'ek ' - - weeend week-end week end k ' press conference along with Mrs . voted both his time and energy in inwee inweekend wee - -end end . Emergency cent.res centres . were were- Sl were- the Sl side ' 'd d e e elsewhere I sew I lere an and d one p.1SSlng p1SSlng passing . aw away . . " . . HosI inI I ' Roosevelt . Mad Madame me Kai-shek Kai shek - is the the- second the mterest interests ! : of St . Andrew's Andrews ' Hos- Hos Hosset - set up , blankets and clothing di- e dia- pital di- di dia- dia , ;- Th The e sum 0 of f $ $283 283 $283.30 283.30 28330 , .30 was raise raised d d dur- ing dur- dur ur- ur ur.b - - . . , . l ' dsecond second lady to ha"e hae have " the distinction distinction- of pltal pital pltalof pitalof of which institution he was wastn 1 1tributed tn tributed .b b .- b'th uted by Red Cross officials with- secretary witl with . ' ) . 109 ing 'th th the e year f for or our G General enera 1 f fund fund- and un d ' unh of having addrt"ssed addrtssed addressed " the U . S . Con- gress Con- Con Consecretary - secretary for the greater part ( If of of- that t the he U. S . , army and constructiocu constructioou constructiocu- an constructioou- companies J an and (I $ $2 2 $2,968.25 2968.25 296825 . ,968 " _ 5 \ was ' as raise raised f for fv or \ \v v War War- purposes ill " , ' ' ' Ji i ' . dgress gress in person person- Queen the other being being- of that perIOd . His financial assist- ance assist- assist assistcompames - - compames companies provl providing 'd d 109 food for th- needy til th' " o Our ur ur- I G General 1 F Fund un und'- at d \ was was- used ' " purposes secured secured- use purdPofses'G purdPofsesG purdPofses'Gur ' . Eenera Queen Wilhelmina Wilhelmina- lands of the Nether- during Nether- Nether Netherance - ance to the hospital over all the'e thee these these- pedestrians the'eneedy ! ' needy , . Medical aid was secured secured- town ) use used for or General enera I Expenses xpenses an and d- \\'at d '- at a- t w , \ e : e- have dlands lands . long years was most substantial . . l } .. from Edmonton to which which- was town the thea- Dve h have a a- t ! small a II b balance a I ance on I hand ' d " . . t ' aDve Odn 'ladn ladn " was also a Justice of the Peace and andt andmore more seriously injured were trans- ana trans- ported trans- trans - Donations ana t IOns were ma made e during urmg tl the the- year '. .e e . t flduring during the year-prizes year prizes - donated . " or tw twenty-five twenty five nty-flve nty flve - years presIdent of of- the ported orted b by ) ' plane . As the electl.c electlc electric electl.c- lowing electric- light . ' Fund , Fund the fol- lowing fl- fl fol- fol from our War to ( - year ' The following foliowing articles were donat donat- by I , : the Allm Atlin Board of Trade . He wa3 was was- also wa3l l light ght plant was put out of commis- ational commis- sion commis- commis - - lowing : Lord Mayor of London's Londons fund Sallby , by Ch Chapter pter members and th their their- friends it . also actively identified with work work- of sion slOn work at t the local hospital had had- or had- to " , ational National Camp Libraries Fund , Sait- or Sall- Sall Sait- Sait - , Canadlahfriends friends for Raffles : Two Petit Point Point- Footstools ? of f S1 St . . Martin's Martins ' Anglican Church , be- ing be- be beto - - to be earned carried out with the aid of of- I of- lamps or and Minesweepers Fund ' ' . , Canadlah Canadiar ' 'tFootstools Footstools , Water Colored Picturt Picture . , mg ing a lay reader , and often conduct- ed conduct- conduct conductlamps - - lamps and candles . The colorful old old- e old- mining - I Red ) \ \e e d C Cross ross , B Bombed om bed C't Ct Cities Ill'S IllS ' 0 of f B Britau n't t au ! , , . ' . Madit"ra Maditra Madiera " Tea Cloth and Napkins . One- pair Ont One e ed the services services w when e the rector wH W"l Wl , ": mmmg mining town of gold gold.boo- m goldboo- m boom days pl'e- Barnardo's pre- sents pl'e- pl'e ple pre- pre ' - - Polish Relief , Prisoners of War . Dr . . ' pair Pillowslips , One Centerpiece . , either absent or mdisposed indisposed . sets sents ? a sorro sorrowful f l sight of boarde.j boardej boardei boardei- windows boarde.j- Jlurrical1e . Barnardo's Barnardos Ilarnardo's Ilarnardos Home , Navy Leagu Leagu- IIurricare ' . t'orAustralIa torAustralIa forAustralia ' Lace Tablecloth , Chenille Bedspread , The various activities of the late late- Major windows mdows and mJured injured persons limp- Cigarette limp- ing limp- limp - - Plane Jlurrical1e IIurricare " l"ighter lighter Fighter , Cigarette Fund , Ditty Hags Bags for Me\ Me Mean Mean- in Meand : \ and a beautifully dressed Doll and and- Trousseau Major Nevile in the welfare of this this- community thismg mg ing around as best they can . in the Services . , British Empire Ser- vice Sel- Sel Ser- Ser SelTrousseau - - Trousseau . community were of such a magni- tude magri- vice magri- magri magni- magni magri0 - 0 vice League , Susie Sorabji Fund , During the summer months some some- members tude and had been so faithfully dis- harged dis- dis disCANADIAN - CANADIAN BUDGET WILL- PROBABLY WiILL WILL WiILL- Personal Personal Cc.mfort Ccmfort Comfort . Bags for Women in in- the inmembers members of the Chapter and sOnle sonic sonic- ladies " "harged harged over a long , period o of years years- that I IPROBABLY PROBABLY APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE- 1he APPROXIMATE- FIVE Set Services vices Caradian Merchant Merchant- Marine ladies met twice a week in the Ma- sonic Ma- Ma Matha - - tha that th the recor record of his unsel unselfish lsh de- votion de- de deFIVE - 1he the , FIVE AND HALF BIL BILLION BILLION- DOLLARS LIO LIO- Marine N N- Women Marine , Russian Relief . C Cigarettes garettes 1 Jc r r- Women rsonic sonic Rooms and sewed . Several Several- large votlOn votion in m the mterests interests of thIs com- munity com- com comBIL - - , Women in the Services . Mrs . large boxes of clothing were sent the the- National munity will live long in the memory memory- of memoryDOLLARS DOLLARS DOLLARS- Churchill's Churchill's Churchills ' Fund for women in the the- Services ' National Chapter for shipment Over- seas Over- Over Overof - - of all who have known him Intima- tely intima- Servces intima- intima - - DOLLARSLast Servces Services . seas . We are greatly indebted to tI tle tle- Masonic : tely through the years . Last Friday Finance Minister Us- ley Us- Under Us- Us - Under the direction of Mrs . Mat- thew Mat- Mat MatMa - - Ma Masonic onic Lodge fr for ? allowing us to use use- their se We understand he leaves to to- mourn toI toley I ley asked parliament for $ $858,000- 000 $858,000- thew $858,000- $858,000 858000 , , - thew Watson merr.ber merrber member . of the Chap- ter Cha- Cha Chap- Chap Chatheir " - their h.ll hll hall . for thIs purpose and also also- for a1SO mourn his loss besides a wide circl circle circle- of " ' . ' , a - , ' " ' , 000 b by y M Monday onday t to 0 clean up " "ast ast "last last "last- year's "ast- tel 1 tel ter ' in Carcross , who undertook to to- collect tofor for our Bndge Bridge parties . A SIlver Tea Tea- and of friends here , a brother and sister sister- resident ' . " ( ' 'ollect ollect collect monthly from the people of- that or of orand and display of clothing made for War War- Victims resident in England to whom sincer- est sincer- sincer sinceryear's - - year's years busIness . The fiscal year year- ends year- that that ! " "mall mall small community , the substantial substantial- amount Victims was held on November 11th 11th- in 11thest est sympathy is extended . ends March 31ss1 31sst . . And before an- amount an- other an- an - - amount of $ $437,00 43700 $437.00 437.00 , . was added to ot'r otr ot'r- War ot'rIn ' In the MEisonic Masonic Hall , and the Sewing Sewing- Committee other month is out he will be askin't askint asking askin't- War asking- parliament . ' War funds . A small amount of this this- monthly thisCommittee Committee received many . compli- ments compIi- compIi compli- compli compIi0 compIiparliament - - 0 parliament and the people of Can- ada Can- monthly Can- Can - - monthly ( ' 'olle'tion olletion collection ( ' was used to pur- chase pur- pur purments - - ments ' on the wonderful dIsplay of of- clothing Mr . U . S . Wagner of Winnipeg , a ada da f for or th the e grea greatest test amoun amount t of of- chflse of- money chflse chase ' C'igareUes CigareUes cigarettes for the boys who had had- joined clothing c 1 othmg made . Man . , arrived in town Monday night night- joined night- to nightk I Ia money ever as asked ked for by a Canad- The Canad- ian Canad- Canad - - joined the services from that vicinity . The sum of $ $105.25 105.25 10525 . was made from from- the to assume his duties as supt . of the tltc tltc- Yukon themoney The ladies of Carcross have also sent sent- in the Sale of Poppies for Remembt Remember r- r rYukon - . Yukon Division , Canadian Pacific Pacific- Air Pacifician ian finance minister , variously esti- in esti- mated esti- esti - - in a quantity of knitted comforts . , ance Day , This amount was except- ionally except- except exceptAir - - Air Lines Ltd . , in place of Mr . E . R . mated as being between five and and- The and- six The sum of $ $185,41 18541 $185.41 185.41 , . was donated by by- friends byionally ionally large this : year (ear . R . Field who Is ' t'leing tleing being transferred to to- Vancouver six billion dollars , . This amount amount- friends amount- will friends of the Chapter tor for our war warSome ' Some of the members of the Chap- ter Chap- Chap ChapVancouver - - Vancouver . Mrs . Wagner will be be- arriving will represent nearly $ $500 500 for every- man every every- work work . tel ter ' helped in the Victory Loan drive drive- Continued arriving later when suitable accom- modation aceom- aceom accom- accom aceomman - man , woman and child in Canada as as- FJpw as- recorded FJpw Flown n Bridge Rridge Partres were held held- Bob ( Continued on page 3) 3 3)- For ) I Imodation modation is avai1able available . recorded in the last census . I .J J . .JC- IRCULATING . ' , . , - - , . ' 0 _ _ , ' _ . _ .. __ _ n . .. - - --- - --- - - - - - - - - PAGE TWO TilE THE THEVIIITEHURSE 1943TilE \ WHiTEHOUSE \VIIITEHURSE VIIITEHURSE STAR a'l'Alt alAlt ' ' . WIlITE'lnH WIlITElnH W11t't'EIIO W11ttEIIO ' ' ' ! ? I . ytTl MITI ( O (1r 1r ' FRIDAY , EBRUARY FEBRUARY 19th , 1943 - f1 . . . QI : . I Ithe the elaims claims and demands which will willI I Ipf 0) 0 pf ) ( ( ) ) C= ( ( ) ) C - -0 0 t ) ( 0- 0 00 00 )- 7 - -0- 0 ( 0- (9 )- ( 0- 0 00 )- ( 0- 0 )- L ( . w . , ' 'J J . .Jorse Jorse " ' 12that undoubtedly b be ' ! made upon them and and- that 12 that in the discharge of their human- "V human- itarian human- human - , " "V V V . I , .. . I , Ih the . y"A yA Yukon " . , ' itarian duties they will receive humanI that that- An that- full thatI I I An Independent Journal- Published Journal full measure of public support an:1 an1 an-l an l anl- cooperation an:- 1cooperation - : co-operation co operation - which such demands demands- will 1 = ( (9 9 will warrant and which their own own- individual , individual labours will most aSSl1r assur . II I I I- edly \ ' 1fJ4) 1fJ4 ) Published every Friday at at- Whitehorse at- Whitehorse edly merit merit- o . " _ Whitehorse , Yukon ' 'l'erritory lerritory Territory 'l'erritory- On Territory- On ' I 1 - -o o On the Trail of ' 98 98- Member 98- Member Member of Canadian Weekly Weekly- Newspapers Weekly- Newspapers I6cros I I- I OtmS 6cros ai 0 ; Cbougbl Zbougbt I I- HELPFUL II The White pass and . yukon noute Route RouteT- he Newspapers ' Associion Associ : . . : ion . COUNSEL COUNSEL- Keep IIELPFtL HELPFUL : . . COUNSELI I The Gateway Route of Comfort , Safety and Service to to- Yukon to- Yukon IIORAE HORACE ( ; E . IOORE MOORS . - - Publisher Publisher- the Keep lways always with you , wherever wherever- your whereverII II n n- your Yukon Territory , Atlin District and Interior Alaska . - - your course may lie , the company of- Let or of U U- Let Let us have faIth that right . makes J i igreat great thoughts-H thoughts H . - . H . Asquith . C Steamer servlee service durinI during ' the period of navll'atlon navllatlon navigation navll'atlon- l1ltehorse ' botw between between- Whitehorse ... might ; and in that faith let us to to- the . * . * * * \ \\l1ltehorse l1ltehorse Whitehorse , Dawson and 1\1 1 \ Mayo a yo , Yukon . tne the end dare to do our duty as we toI I We must not let go manifest truth truths truths- understand ; . ' because 'because cannot answer all quest- ions quest- ions quest- quest . - we understand it it itLincoln . . - -Lincoln Lincoln . For rates or other Information , apply to any White Pass Art"nt Artnt Agent Art"nt- or Agent- or " ions about them-Jeremy them Jeremy . - Collier . I " _ _ . or 11 17 Commeree Commerce BuUdlnl Building ' , Vane Vanel ) ' uver , B. C . . * . * . * . * FEBRUARY 19th , 1943 Of this we may be sure : that that- ruw o - - _ ruw I thought3 thoughts winged with peace and lo\'c lo 'c c love love- breathe lo'cI \ ' I : - o o ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) - --O O _ - ( oO breathe a silent benediction over hI al ' . . . . - - iww.rw iwwrw w . .w w - .nw nw .- nwCounter NOT COUNTING TilE THE COST the earth , cooperate with the divir- We divir ' - - power , and brood unconsciously o- the o ' . ' the work of His hand-Mary hand Mary . - Baiter- Eddy Bal\el Bal el Baiter Balel- Eddy \ , We are LIking taking time off to pay a- welldeserved a a- welldeserved Eddy . Counter Check Books Books- We well-deserved well deserved - tribute and at the same- power sanle same sanle- time heartiest congratl1J- at congratul- at congratl1J- congratl1J congratul- congratul congratulI - . * . * * I . * time , extend our We are _ rents agents for the larrest largest manufacturers 01 of Counter Counter- Cheek Counter- Check at ions to the officers and members of The true way to live is to bring tl to to- Whitehorse ) I Cheek Check Books In Canada . Whitehorse Chapter I . O . D . E . up upon n each duty that comes to our hand our- their our our- their . their having completed another suc- suc sucI SUt-/ SUt SUtwisest sucwisest - ' I / wisest thought and our best skill-- skill skillIc- essful skill--I skill I skillI . .- - I I ' I- munity complete Pll\ce Pll ce Place \ satisfaction your future ' I'uaranteed Iuaranteed guaranteed ordrrs orders with . us . Popular prices and- complete and an- dThe cessful year's years ' operations in this com- com corn- corn cornI comJ cornJ - I , J . R . MIler . munity . I The Whitehorse StarL- ET Star * * * . * The official report of the ChaptE Chapter I " . We can nve never : ; le learn rn the lesson too too- deeply too- over tooI I over the signature sig at re of its secretary ec1"etar ec1etar " , deeply that our action in the comm commvn commvn- nppears n n- places nppears appears in 10 , this issue Issue alng along ? with th the fi- nancial f- f fi- fi fplaces . - places of life is deciding our destiny- F destiny . . - - - . - - - - - - - - - - nl\ncial nl ncial nancial \ statements . This rep report r brief- ly brief- brief ricf- ricf ricfF - - -F F . . B . MEY MEY1 . . . LET TilE THE ly sets forth the various activIties of- the or of or- the the Chapter during the past year and- points anel and * * * s s- Quiet \ ' VIIITElIORsE II ITEIJOHHE S'f\R S'f Sf R tiT.1R tiT1R tiT.1RVII1TE110Rs ' . \ , \ WIITEIJORS \VII1TE110Rs VII1TE110Rs { } : , YUIO.1- be YUI\O-.1 YUIO.1 YUI O .1 1 YUKON YUKON- be \ : - . Quiet minds cannot be perplexed cr cr- frightened cr- the markcl- the markd markcl points the success which has the same but it does not disclose the the- many thefrightened frightened , but go on in fortune or or- many or- misfortune be yonr your r regular ( , l1Jar wet wetkly weekly kly letter home. misfortune at their own private pace , af'i afi l toil hours of unselfish an ' . - - - -. many ' ' 'like like like 3 a clock during a thunderstorm thunderstorm- and thunderstorm- and labour labour labourwhich which have been voluutaril voluutarii , ; tlwRobert theRobert - -Robert Robert Louis Stevemon Stevenon ; . IIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII rr7 , tlw the and so generously devoted by active members of the Chapter with- out with- out with- with - I- PRUDENCE \I I \ out which the work . , in the first in- stance in- st&nce in- in - st&nce stnce stance underItaken & , could not have been under- taken under- under under-I under I - PRUDENCE- such PRUDENCE Fresh FreshCured Dutter Dutterand taken much less accomplished wi'h wih wish wi'h- such wish- PRUDENCE wi'hI ' I Cured . 0 . ' - - - 0 0- l1"1.mnl and uO - - ' ' success . Prudence is a conformity of the- We the the- We CuredMeats 1- 1 1uO : uO.U1 .U-1 .U U 1 Try . ; BURNa euRNe euRNet- aamrock signal such at- this d at dt- his ? l1"1.mnl l11.mnl l11mnl [ taamrock ". ( Brand dI1d T GamyButtcr GamyButtc- rBurns trr : andEgg We feel constrained ' to emphas emphas'l emphasl ' . ' re " I Irules rules of reason , truth , and decency , Meats Meats- Dutter Egg . this point at this time because , in th the theall all times and in all- rush all circumstances- s circumstances- circumstances circumstances--- circumstances- rush .- - -- theI I rush and tumble of every day lie lire :: , John Mason . diverse matters elain- ing claim- ing elain-- elain claim- claim - .- with so many s . . * . * . * ing public attention , many of us an are are- prone : : ' 'hose hose who , in the confidence .' Burns ' Famous Shamrock Brand Products Product- s"You Produ ts ts- "You prone to become unappreciative of of- the o { superior capacities or attainments , the unselfish work which is being being- t'untinuously being- continuously neglect the common maxims of Lre m . t'untinuously tuntinuously continuously ' performro performed gratutou gratutothiY gratutothiY- by iy iy- by should be reminded that nothing wil wih wih- supply ' by such national organizations as th- imperial tt th . . supply the want of prudence . " "You You Can Duy Quy No Dotter Cotter ' " , imperial Imptri : l Order Dallghtpr Daughters ! ; of the Em Em- pire Em- Em - . - -Samuel Samuel prudenceSamuel Johnsc Johnsl.n Johnsln . n . pire for the benefit of the membcrs Members membcrs- of Members- of various branches of our Anne Armec ' . * . * . * . * of the Forces nnd and of those in Nazi-occupiej Nazi occupiej Nazi-occupie occupie Nazioccupiej- countries - t t- countries The divine ruling gives prudence prudence- and I Burns & Company Limited countries who have lost everythill everythiu; and energy ; it banishes forEver : all- envy all all- envy . but their faith in humanity which i'- lHlstained i'l il is is- sustained ' envy , rivalry , evil thinking , e"l el ev.l evl e"ls- peaking ev.l- speaking ' " . ' . IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Hlstained sustained and kept alive through Up tlo Up- instrumentality tlo- instrumentality , : speaking and acting ; and mortal- mind monal mortal monal- mind instrumentality of such national or- ganizations 01- ganizntions 01- 01 or- or ' - mind , thus purged , obtains peace and and- power and- power - - . and- other and and- other outside of itself . YIII IIIIIIIIII II : a IIIIIIIIIIIIIrrYIIIXI & ganizntions ganizations as the I . O . D . E power itselfMary institut- ions institut- ions institut- institut - -Mary Mary Baker Edd " ' . IIIIIIIIIIIIIrrYIIIXIIJ ' God-inspired God inspired - similar - other ions . l \ \IJ IJ ! . . H Ii . TIIEATRE TIIEflTRE TIIEATREW- HITEHORSE TIIEflTREW- HITEHORSE . * . * . * . * This spirit of indifference to ail- such all ail all- such The greatest good is prudence ; a a- more a- more WHITEHORSE, Y. T . CANADA CANA- DAEvery CANA- DAShows such humani1arian humanitarian work to which we we- allude we- allude more precious thing even than phik . . . . allude is not good tor for our country ) sophy ; from it springs all the other other- virtues othe- rvirtuesE ourselves . It tends to warp our nat- ional nat- ional nat- nat - virtues virtues-E virtues E virtuesEpcurus . - --Epcurus Epcurus - - curus . WHITEHORSE LODGE NO . 4- 6A.F&A.M 46 46- A ' Shows Every- Night Every Every- Night ional out-look out look - and to stunt OUI our " nat- ional nat- ional nat- nat - A.F&A.M AFA.M AFAM A. F . 8 & A . \ 1\1 1 . . It likewise tends ' 'u u 'u- develop ' " . * . * . * . * ional growth attend holds its regular communications In- the in in- the Let prudence always YOllr your your- pleasure YOll- rpleasure rle\'elop rle 'elop elop develop \ ' a feeling of complacency complacency- within compl tcenc) ' Whitehorse , on on- the on- the NightE- xcept Night NightW- HITEHORSE pleasure ; it is the way to enjoy the- sweets tne the tne- sweets the Masonic Hall , ourselves which is deadening to to- the to- the within sweets of them , and not be afraid of of- the of- the the third Monday of the month & . .It It at the soul and invariably blurrs ollr our ollr- finer our- finer ( Except Sundays ) the consequences-Jeremy consequences Jeremy . - - Collier . 8 o'clock oclock ' . finer attributes . . Visiting brethren welcome . Pictures chanced changed thrice Week Weekly I , . , the coming omin . * . * III * We trust that during J . . B . WATSON , P . M 1'J 1J ' . " ' ' ' 'r r ' $ th hp , . nffi"prs nffiprs nffi"ers nffiers " and members Of or O- fWhitehorse or- Whitehorse Prudence is a quality incompatible : Secr Secrtary . : . tary . See Bulletin Board for Particulan Particulars . Whitehorse Chapter I I . . O . D . E . will will- be will- be with vice , and can never be effect- ively effect- ively effect- effect - IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJrIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I- a I- l n : be able acain again to measure up to . all- circumstances .111 111 all .11- 1Published ively enlisted in its cause-Burke cause Burke causeBurke- 0 . - . IIIIIII . - FIUDA FRIDAY Y . , FrBRUARY Fr13RUARY 19th . , 194: ' " . THE TIE THE1Jl'1'EJ10H W \ ' \\1Jl'1'EJ10H 1Jl'1'EJ10H 1Jl1EJ10H 11 ' 1'El 1El ' ! ' lOUSE B STAII STAIIVH1'FEIIOKE TAh , . , \ WIIITEIIO-3E WIIITEIIO 3E \VH1'FEIIOKE VH1'FEIIOKE VH1FEIIOKE ' } { : - $ , YUION YUKON ( PAGE THREE- WHITEHORSE THRrE THREE THRrE- I THRrE- sum - - WHITEHORSE CHAPTER CHAPTER- I CHAPTE- RI.O.D.E.COMPLETES sum of $ $36.50 36.50 3650 . was raised for Ml M13 J . Churcnill's Churcnills ' fund for Women in tho- Services tlw tho tlw- Services II I I.O.D.E.COMPLETES IODE.COMPLETES IODECOMPLETES . 0 . D . , E . COMPLETES COMPLETES- SUCCESSFUL I . " I.O.D.E.COMPLETESSUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFUL YEAR'S YEARS YEAR'S- OPERATIONS YEAR'S- OPERATIONS ' ' II I I I- TI.e Services TI.e TIe The . Irnpcr1 Impcral . ' ; ! Order Daughters of- the or of I I- I . Northern NorthernComlnercialCo.Ltd NorthernComlnercialCoLtd CominercialCo.Ltd CominercialCoLtd i , . IIUNOSTENTATIOUS OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL NATIONAL- SElt NATIONAL- SErtVICE I the Empire Hall was rented to the the- Public NORTHII . . II SElt SErtVICE VICE IN A QUIET AND AND- UNOSTENTATIOUS AND- sum I Public Hoads loads Administration IN for IN- I f- orNorthern . . ' HI I P.I PI PIONEER 0 NEE R MER MEEC'HANTB MEECHANTB C'H CH ' ANT S OF 0 F THE NOR NORTH T H , UNOSTENTATIOUS MANNER . I three months , and afterwar afterwaras 1s , due due- to - : . ; rentI to the housing shOl.tage shOltage shortage , was rent- Cor.c1uded rent- Cor.cluded rent- rent - - ( Cor.c1uded Corc1uded Cor.cluded Corcluded . from Page 1) 1 ) I ! I Ied ed to a privale private individual for a few few- and few- and To Keep Warm When When- The ! and earn cam 8MiCU asscu lor for prmpedl\'e prmpedl 'e e prospective , \ ' buyer'i buyeri buyer ' ; ; . months , the rentals to be used for for- of 01 of Bonds Honcis an and the an\Ount an Ount amount \ 01 of $ $1UJ"7 1UJ7 $1,0037 10037 , ( ) " ' ' : renovating the building . The March , - Winds Blow- Come Blow v. as 1'eCCivcd 1eCCivcd received ' from Ottawa as com- com corn- corn comDurin cornDuring - Durin During the t.he the . Red Cross Drive fOJ for fO- Jmission for- mission I I- orne mission mission . . , , funds , $ 5376.75 537675 ; J/6.75 J6.75 J 6.75 675 po p- ot.he / . was ( 'ollected ollected collected ' hurt he . ' ! . . \ l\cmbers l cmbers Members : of the Chapter and ladi ladi's ladis ' s si i ! and sent to the National Treasure ; : ' . Come ( orne in and see- Our see ! of the town are now engaged iu in { ! The Chapter was very pleased t tro tro- Ll1ittlng " Ll1ittlng hnittng Ll1ittlngoIiltcns , : \ \oIiltcns oIiltcns Mittens for the Canada.n Canadan Canadian Canadian- solJicrs . let the American Red Cross use OLl out OL- lfodJu.rs out- Rooms . ; Our NEW STOCK STO K OF- PARKAS OF OF- PARKAS fodJu.rs fodJurs solJicrs . s&llOne sllOne s.afioned safioned . & in our midst . gooks gooks- and oks ( ) Booms Rooms free of charge as a Cante- und Cante- Cante - : ' . und and maghzncs magazines : have been collected collected- for lor for the soldiers . for them also . Respectfully submitted submitted- A submitted- EDNA PARKAS PARKAS- Mackinaw A series of Vanishing Teas was was- held EDNA A . WATSON , held in the different homes and th lih . ! Secretar Secretar3 Secretar3- FINANCIAL . . , -. . , Mackinaw - " - - Coats- and Coats Coats- and FlSASCIAL FINANCIAL STATEIENTS- General STATEMENTS- General STATE\IENTS STATE IENTS STATEMENTS : \ General Fund Fun- dItt'elpts $ c. . - . and Breeches Breeches- And Breeches- And Itt'elpts-- Itt'elpts Ittelpts Receipts- Receipts ' ( ' - - - Itt'elptsllembership ReceiptsMembership \ l\lembership l lembership Membership Fees .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . 42.00- Echoes 42.00 4200 . Ehoes Echoes EchoesSubscriptions (: SII Subscriptions : )scriptions .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . 15.50 1550 15.50- Sales . And a Few INDIt\N INDIt N INDIAN \ SWEATERS SWEATER- SMade SWEATER- SMade.toMeasure Sales o of ! Badges . , Supplics Supplies etc . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . 2.35 235 2.35- Interest . J nterest Interest on American money . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . .20 20 .2- 0ProceedsSale Pl'lx'ct Pllxct Proceeds-Sale Proceeds Sale ' . ' . ' ls-Sale ls Sale - of Poppies .. . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . . 105.25- Rental 105l5 105.25 10525 .: Made Made.to-Measure Made.toMeasure Made.to Madeto Measure Made.toMeasure- SUITS to-Measure to Measure toMeasure- SUITS Hental Rental of 1 I . . O 0 . D 1) 1 ) . E . Hooms Rooms . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . 100.00 10000 100.00- Rental . . - Rental of cabin .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . 18.00 1800 18.00- Total 18.00- Total . ' SUITS SUITSand and COATS COAL'S COALS COATSI- F COAL'SI- F Total Receipts .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . $ $283.2 283.2 2832 $283.20 283.20 28320 $283.2- 0Disbursements . I I- I IF YOU CARE FOR A SUIT WE WILL BE GLAD TO TAKE- YOU TAKE TAKE- YOU I Disbursements- Disbursements isbursf'mf'nt isbursfmfnt ' ' - YOU CORRECT MEASUREMENTS . DisbursementsNational N National a t ion a I Fees . . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . 16.00 1600 16.00- Echoes . & Echoes ' 'hoes hoes Subscriptions . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . 16.50 1650 16.5- 0Eudowrnnent . Eudowrnnent En (o\\'nlnenl o 'nlnenl nlnenl \ ' ! , 'und und Fund ' . . . . .. . .. . . . . .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . 20.00 2000 20.00- Looks . We have also a stock of the Famous Alean Alcan Highway- VALENTINE llichway Highway llichway- V Cooks Looks .. . .. . . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . 4.50- Convention 4.50 450 . ConvenlifJn Convention Funds . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . 15.00 1500 15.00- Special . AJ.ENTINE AJENTINE VALENTINE V . CARDS CA- RDSNorthernCommerciajCo.Ltd CARDS- i Special Contributions .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . 40.00 4000 40.00- Poppies . Poppies . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . 18.50 1850 18.50- Stamps . Stamps . , Stationery , Tally CanIs Cars .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . 19.25 1925 19.2- 5Transl'erfrom . NorthernCommercialCo.Ltd NorthernCommercialCoLtd NorthernCommerciajCo.Ltd NorthernCommerciajCoLtd Transl'erfrom Translerfrom ' ' War 1Var Scr\ Scr Scr'e Service \ "( ' 'e e FlJn Fund . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . 2.50 250 2.50- Christmas . i . . Chnstmas Christmas Cheer .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . 5.18 518 5.18- General . : :1 1 General ' Ixpcnse Expense ; .. . . .. . .... . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . 115- Total 115 . . : ! _ ' . Total Disbursements Disbursements- Exc 168.68 16868 168.6- 8Exccssleceipts . ttYYIIIIIIIII % % % % % IIIIII % ' YrrYrrYYIIIIrr % % % YYYYy Exc Exccssleceipts : ssHcceipts over Disbursemeents Disbursemeents- Eal.met . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114.62 11462 114.62- Balance . " . ' UBUII.D UBUIID "BUILD BUILD WESTERS 11'ESTERN 11ESTERN WES- TERSRUBBER PAYROLLS " 114.62Total Eal.met Ealmet Balance . ' on h.lI1d hlI1d hand . Jan . 15 . , 1943 1943- R Total X283:50 X28350 X283:50- WAR 283iO . : A PATRON RUBBER \ ' \\\R R WAR , \ SER\'ICE SER 'ICE ICE SERVICE \ ' FUND- Receipts nsn FUND nsn- Rt't'lpts . : Rt't'lpts- Rt't'lpts Rttlpts Receipts- Receipts ' ( '' - - RUBBERS7f1JI'JPS Rt't'lptsContributions ReceiptsContributions Contributions .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . 185.4 1854 185.41 18541 . 1 1- Proceeds Proceeds from Entprtainment Entertainments :: .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . 357.1 3571 357.- 1Contributions 357.15 35715 . 5 FOR O O- YEARS S S7f1JI'JPS S7f1JIJPS S7f1JI'JPSY- EAR6 1lA1PS 1lA1PSo- f : , ' Contributions from Carcross , Y V . T T . . . .. . .... . . : . .. .... 437.0 4370 437.00 43700 . 0 0- Contributions C(1Iltributions C1Iltributions Contributions ( to Red Cross Cross- Gmmission ..... . ... ... .. ... .. 376.7 3767 376.75 37675 . 5 YEAR6 YEARS Cnmmission Gmmission , on Victory Loans Loan- sProceedsSale . .... ..... ..... ... 1003.87 100387 1003.8 10038 . 7 YEARSWe . of every description are hard I \ to to- I to- get Proceeds-Sale Proceeds Sale - of Poppies Poppies- Proceeds ... .. .. ... ... ...... 105.2 1052 105.25 10525 . 5 We have a I letter tter fron from . up- country up- country up- up - - get now no- wBUT no- wBUT Proceeds from Raffles Raffles- Refunds ... ... .. . .. ...... ........ .. 422.75 42275 422.7 4227 . 5 country The writer states states- she states- she Refunds and Discounts Discounts- Teas . ... . . . ..... ........ ..... 10.8 108 10.82 1082 . 2 she has used " "all all kinds of of- canned of- canned Teas . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. 69.2 692 69.25 6925 69.25- Total . 5 5- Tota canned milk milk- milk milkbut " - but Pacific Pacific- Milk Pacific- Milk Milk continuaily continually since she she- began she- began BUT BUTW- E BUT11- 'E Total Tota l Receip Receipts ts $ $2968.2 2968.2 29682 $2968.- 2Iisbur . ; ) began it " "because because of its- richness its its- rchness Iisbur ni.buremenls- ni.buremenls ) . ; ements- Expenses ements- ements - - rchness richness ; and navor flavor . That That- was That- was ni.buremenlsEXiJenses EXiJenses Expenses of Entertainments . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . 74.59 7459 74.5- 9DonationsBomber . was eight years ago . " WE 11'E 11E ' CAN STILL SUPPLY THE\I THE I THEM : \ . Donations-Bomber Donations Bomber - and Aircnlt Aircraft ( . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . ' : ! :00.00 00.00 0000 :00.00- Camp OO.OO OOOO . It's Its ' only real excellence that that- could Popular . , Camp Libraries . . . .. . .. . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . 25.00 2500 25.0- 0Cigarettes . Prices CLgarettes Cigarettes . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 184.03 18403 184.03- Polish . could bring a milk a pre- ferenC'e pre- ference pre- pre - - Polish Relie Relief ! . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . 265.80 26580 265.8- 0Prisoners . ferenC'e ferenCe ' like this . PriFoners Prisoners of War . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . 25.00 2500 25.00- Sailors . * * * Sailors and Minesweepers .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . 220.25 22025 220.25- Lord . Pacific Milk MilkIR- RIDATED Lord Mayor . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . 225.00 22500 225.00- Russian . IRRIDATED OF COURSE THE WHITEHORSE STAR STAR- I STA- RIIIIIIIIIIIrrYrYYYYyrr STA- RYukon Russian Relief . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . 100.00- Navy 100.00 10000 . COURSEZZZZZITL Navy League of Canada Canada- V . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . 200.00 20000 200.00- Wool . IIIIIIIIIIIrrYrYYYYyrr % % % ZZZZZITL ZZZZZIT- LS . I [ % IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ % % \ \V V Wool 001 .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 245.94 24594 245.9- 4Barnardo's . - . Darnardo's Darnardos Barnardo's Barnardos ' Homes . . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . .. . . 50.00 5000 50.00- British . British Red Cross .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . 50.00 5000 50.00- Canadian . Yukon Electrica Electrical Company Canadian Red Cross .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 853.86 85386 853.8- 6General . IWill . , Ltd . , I Gf'nern Gfnern General ' I Ex Expense pense . .... ...... . .. ..... .. .. ....... ... 11.90 1190 11.90- Sewing . , Will be pleased to t t- ni.buremenls Se.ing Seing Sewing '. \ l\1aterials l 1aterials Materials . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 29.97 2997 29.9- 7TransferProceeds . consult consultY- OU consult- you Transfer-Proceeds Transfer Proceeds - of Poppy Sale .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . 105.25 10525 105.25- Women . YOU ree-ardinr ree ardinr regarding reeardin- rLight regardi- nglight regarding- u - Won1en Women of the Services . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . 86.50 8650 86.50- Total 86.50- Total . Light. , Power . , Supplies and nd Inst Installations Installations- WHITEHORSE llations llations- W Total Disbursements .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . $ $2953.09 2953.09 295309 $2953.09- Excess $2953.09- Excess . Excess of Receipts over Disbursements .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . 15.16 1516 15.16- Balance 15.16- Bfllance . u Bfllance Balance on hand Jan . 15 , I WHITEHORSE W HIT B H 0 R 8 E . , Y. , T. , 1943 . . . .. .. ........ ..... $ $16.55 16.55 1655 $16.53 16.53 1653 . Total TotalI $ $2968.25 2968.25 296825 $2968.- 25To . I - . . - . , _ , . .po po _ ' " ' . - .... .. - .. - - . - - - . - - - . - - - - - , . , - r.p- o -r--------- r . , - - PAGE FOUR FOUR- PO TilE TILEVIJITEIIORSE 1943TILE \ WlJ \VIJITEIIORSE VIJITEIIORSE ITEIlOH8E 8TAU STAIt , , ' 'VIIITEIIORSE VIIITEIIORSE 1VHITE11ORSE , YUION YUKON YUKON- PO { FRIDAY . , FEBRUARY 19th , 1943 - I I- In PO GEORGE PRINGLE , SON REV , . G . , PRINGLE . D.D DD . . KILLED IN ACTION . . . In a recent issue of the Vancou- ver Vancou- ver Vancou- Vancou - - ver Sun we noticed the report of the- death tt.c ttc the tt.c- death ' . This Space- GOVERNMENT Space death of Pilot Oflicer Officer George Prin- ple Prin- rle Prin- Prin - rle ple , one of the two flying sons of of- Rev . Rev . George Pringle , D . D . , and a'1tll a1tll a'1tll- Mrs ' l l- Mrs Mrs . Pringle of 2970 Oak Strcft Street : , Vancouver . , who was killed in acticn- overseas actll'l1 actlll1 acticn actll'l1- overseas ' I overseas on January 24 last . A wire wire- to I I- to to this effect was received by his his- parents his- parents hisI I parents the following day . Hi 1113 . ; , father , who is very well-known well known - i j j- throughout - e erved ervedF- or throughout the Yukon where he he- carried : I I- carried carried on his ministry for a num- ber num- ber num- num - - : ber of of ofyears years , has been confined to to- his : his home through illness for several SeVel'tll1 SeVeltll1 ' i i- months months past . . , The distinguished member of the the- R the- R R . C . A . F . , was 28 years of age theI . , I graduated from the U . B . C . in 1936 , For the the- DOMINION was a member of the Canadian Canadian- championship Canadian- championship championship Thunderbird basket- ball basket- ball basket- basket - - ' ball team and regarded ' as one of of- the of- the the best guards in Canada . Prior to to- enlisting to- enlisting enlisting in the R R . . C . A . f F . early early- last early- last toI I . last year he was minister of th the the- United United Church at Peachland in tr.F- Okanagan tnf tr.F trF . ' I . Okanagan valley . , B B . . C . Whilst- overseas , whilst whilst- overseas DOMINION DOMINIONBARNE- Y'SCHWANEKAMP II I overseas he was attached to the R R- A R- A I 1 , A . F . On behalf of their hosts of Criend3 friends Criend3- in friends- in in the north we extend to the b be- reaved be- be - reaved ones sincerest sympathy . BARNEY BARNEY'SCHWANEKAMP BARNEYSCHWANEKAMP BARNEY'SCHWANEKAMPOF OF ' ATLIN ' ' SCHWANEKAMP SCHWANEKAMP- OF FOUND FOLND DEAD DEAD- IN DEAD- IN GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT- I IN HIS LAKE VIEW CABIN . It is with regret we report the I I- sudden I- sudden GOVERNMENTADVT sudden death of Barney SChWal1- ekamp Schwabe- kamp SChWal1e- SChWal1e Schwabe- Schwabe - ! kamp on Saturday . , February 6 , who- was wilo who 1 1- was was found lying dead on the floor floor- of : of his Lake View cabin by a neigh- bour n&gh- hour neigh- neigh n&gh- n&gh ngh & - - : \ I\DVT I DVT ADVT bour hour , Mrs . Jack Tintinger . , who had had- gone : . gone to deceased's deceaseds ' cabin with a a- parcel , parcel of magazines . Dr . Meyer and and- others and- others andi i others were were'soo- n weresoo- n ' soon on the s1ot spot ! und und- although andi- although undI andi I . although the body was sUI stll warm He Ife Ife- had had become extinct . For several several- months , months past Barney ( as : 1e he was i , i- known known to his many friends ) h&d hd had h&- dcomplained had- complained h&di ; & i . complained that his heart wa was : ; ca caus- ing caus- caus s- ing s- s - - ; ing him quite a bit of trouble- trouble trouble- A - . ! A Around round thirty years ago dc-eased dc eased deceased deceased- came dceasedI - : ( ' 'ame ame came : :101'th 101th north ' from Butte . , l\lonta11:1 l lonta11:1 lonta111 Montana \ : , . I . DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR- National LABOUR and for fcveral several : years W3S was etnployeci- in employeet etnployeci I I- in in dri driving . .ring ring the over-Ianl over Ianl over-land land - , mail ser- vice ser- vice ser- ser seri - i vice he l'eLween leLween ' ween Whitehol's Whitehols Whitehorse ' and Law- son Law- Law - LJaw1son LJaw-1 LJaw 1 son . About twenty ye years rs ago he he- moved he- moved moved to Atlin and there engaged i ; i- in . National Selective Service Servicea- r in mil1ing mining and othe . ' occupati"l's occupatils occupaus.us occupausus " . ' . ! lIad had the Norgold mine measured lI1 up up- to ; ! . to expectations he would have made made- a madeI I ft a huge stake . Possessed of a jovial jovial- nature jovial- nature ' nature and being a man of integrity integrity- he integrityI I he had 8 a host of friends who ex- tended ex- tended ex- ex - - . tended to him a helping hand ill in il- ll.ter in- later t l.ter lter later . years when the going W8 wad wad- tough .; ' ar service in Hull , Que . . , was at a a- standstill a- standstill tough for him . He leaves to mour:1 mour1 mourn mour:1- his mourn- his : standstill Monday due to break- down break- down break- break - - tf f his loss a sister and several rela- tivcs rela- tives rela- rela - - down of the power lines . Coldest Coldest- spot Coldest- spot tt tivcs tives in Butte , Montana . , to whew- sincerest whcu1 whew whcu1- smcerest , spot in so southern thern Oni Onirio Ontario rio were Brace- bridge Brace- bridge Brace- Brace - r ThroughTHE The World's Worlds ' News ii Seen i Through i iI : -I I ; - tI I smcerest sincerest smpath is extended . bridge and Monmouth which report- ed report- ed report- report - - THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR MONITOR- An t ed temperatures of 50 below while while- COLD while- at An International Daily Newspaper Newspaper- is tI I COLD WAVE STRIKES EAST EAST- TRANSPORTATION EASTat at Campellford it was 40 below and and- TRANSI'ORTATIOS and- at ia is Truthful-Conltructive-Unbiued-Free Truthful Conltructive Unbiued Free Truthful-Constructive-Unbiased-Free Constructive Unbiased - - - from Senlational Sensational . : . i TRANSI'ORTATIOS TRANSIORTATIOS TRANSPORTATION ' DISRUPTED . at Penetangushane on the shores of of- Georgian of- Georgian ism-Editorials ism Editorials ilm DailyFeatures - Editoriall Are Timely and Instructive and Itl Its Daily ! Georgian Bay it was 38 below . In In- Toronto In- Toronto Featurel Features , Toeether Together with the Weekly Magazine Section , Make- the Malee Make in in- Quebec in- Quebec the Monitor an Ideal Newlpaper Newspaper for the Home Hom- eTj . \ Last week-end week end - a storm raged Toronto it was 2 below-the below the - lowest lowest- for lowest- for I Quebec and Eastern Ontario caus- in caus- in caus- caus - for February since 1934 . - -----------Tj- Tj - - ------ SocietyOne - The Tjh ; ; - Christian h; i iSi ; - -Si Si ; Science SiP ; ;; - -P P Publishing bi hi hi5 - -5 5 ; Society ; i- ---------- i i- One ;; ; ---------- in ' ! temperatures to drop to the- lowest the the- i o o- lowest One . , Norwav Norway Street . Boston , Maslachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts- Price lowest point in ten years . Thous- ands Thous- Thous ThousIn - - In the realm of time there is no no- aristocracy no- tnds Prace Price ' $ $12.00 12.00 1200 12.00 1200 . Yearlv Yearly , or $ $ $1.00 1.00 100 . a Month . I I- Sarurda ' Sarurda Sarurday " Issue . , IndudinR including Magazine Section , ' $ $2.60 2.60 260 2.60 260 . a Year . : tnds ands of passengers were forced to to- sp I aristocracy of wealth and no aristt arisk- sp"nd arisk- arisk . - Introductory Offer . , 6 Issue Issues I 2 25 Centl Cents . sp sp"nd spnd " nd the night in trains . In Ot- tawa Ot- Ot OtI - 'racy racy cracy ( ' of intellect . . \ \ Name _ _ _ ____ _ _ ________ ____ ___ _ ______ _ _ __ ___ _ __ ________ _ tawa the thermometer reJistered registered 36 36- below . belovo below belovozero zero the lowest officially re- corded re- re reMr - - Mr . Chapman reports seeing the the- corcted the- first Address- SAMPLE Address---------- Address .. -- - ------- - ____ . _ ; _ ..- _ ... ___ ... _____ _____ - - ..- .- .. - .- . Add--SA Add SA corcted corded since the winter ( ) of f 1933-3 1933 3 1933-31 31 193331- when - '. ; first robin of the season in town to- day to- when to- to - - SAMPLE _ ;COPY ON _ ; REQUEST Q ; S------- S SI ; . - I when the temperature registered 38 3- 8belowa ' day . In fact there were three of o- fbelowa of- them 4- 4 - 44 , #, . . . , 4 ' ; . below-a below a - record for 53 years . Street Str- eetThis 381 them . Can Spring be far behind ? i . - .- " - - . . - ... FRIDAY . , FEBRUARY 19th , 194 1943 : TilE TilE111 TIlEVlIl'I'EIlOlisE \ \ ' \\111 111 \VlIl'I'EIlOlisE VlIl'I'EIlOlisE VlIlIEIlOlisE ' TEIIOH ' g sTsU T\ T TI , _ ; \ I { . WI WIiITEIIOn ! liE101 ! ' 'Fl Fl E , y YUKON tJKON P PACF A.J AJ ' . : 1- 1 - 1t'IV . E t'IV tIV ' IVlt feet on each side of the base . lirie line . Registration of any document $ $2.00 2.00 200 $2.00- Recording $2.00- Recording . \ When \'Vhen 'Vhen Vhen ' $ $500.00 500.00 50000 . has been expendecl expended expendecl- or expended- or t { } , Other claims shall not exceerl exceed five five- hundred five- hundred Recording an abandonment $ $2.00 2.00 200 $2.00- If $2.00- If . or paid the locator may , upon hav- ing hav- ing hav- hav - hundred feet in length by one thou- sand thou- sand thou- thou - If it affects more than one claim- For claim- For claim- claim - ing a survey made , and upon com- plying com- plying com- com - sand feet in depth . Claims shall be be- as be- as For each additional claim . . $ $1.00 1.00 100 $1.00- Abstract $1.00- Abstract . . plying with other requirements , ob- tain ob- tain ob- ob - as nearl nearly ) as possible rectangular in in- form in- form Abstract of TitIe- For Title- For TitIe- TitIe Title- Title - tain a lease for a term d cf twenty- one twenty- one twenty- twenty - form and shall be marked by two two- legal two- legal For first entry , . . _ $ $2.00 2.00 200 $2.00- For $2.00- For . one years with the right to renewal renewal- for renewal- for 5 Synopsis ynopsis of Iining Mining La\v La v Law Lav- Yukon Law- Yukon \ legal po posts ts , one at each end of the the- claim the- daim For each additional entry .. . . .. . . .50 50 .5- 0For .5- 0For for further terms of twenty-one twenty one twentyone- years twentyone- years - daim claim , numbered " 1 " and " 2 " re- spectively re- spectively re- re - For copy of Document- Up Document- Up Document- Document - years . Claims lor.ated lorated located . prior to July spectively . Location posts of creek creek- claims creek- claims Up to 200 word words $ $2.50 2.50 250 $2.50- F'or $2.50- For . 7 ? , 1917 may upon fulfilling similar similar- requirements similar- requirements Yukon Territory Territory- Any claims shall be placed on the base base- line base- line F'or For ' each additional 100 words . .50 50 .5- 0For .5- 0For requirements , be Crown Granted . line , and of all other claims parallel parallel- to For grant of water- For water- For water- water - Leases , renewals of leases , and and- documents and- documents to the base line , and on the side of of- the of- the For 50 inches or less .. . .. . .. . . .. . . $ $10.09- For $10j 10j $10.09 10.09 1009 .( documents relating to leased claims claims- shall claims- shall the claim nearest the creek or river river- towards river- towards For 50 to 200 inches . . . . . . . . . $ $25.00 25.00 2500 $25.00- For $25.00- For . shall be recorded with the Mining Mining- Hecorder Mining- Recorder Any person eighteen years of age age- OJ age- or towards which it fronts . For 200 to 1,000 1000 , inches $ $50.00 50.00 5000 $50.00- For $50.00- For . Hecorder Recorder in triplicate . OJ or ' on'r onr over ' shull shall have the right to enter , For each additional 1,000 1000 , inches inches- or Schedule of Fees Fees- Recording Fees- Recording A discoverer shall be entitled to a a- claim locate and mine , prospect upon any any- lands any- lands fraction thereof . lands in the Yukon Territory , ( 'Iaim Iaim claim ' 1 1,500 1500 , ! OO feet in length , and a a- party a- party or $ $50.00 50.00 5000 $50.00- QUARTZ $50.00- QUARTZ Recording every claim . . . . $ $10.00 10.00 1000 $10.00- For $10.00- For . party of two ' 'jiscoverers jiscoverers discoverers two claims , For substitutional record $ $10.00 10.00 1000 $10.0- 0Application $10.0- 0Application . whether vestf'd vestfd vested ' in the Crown 01 or or- otherwise ' QUARTZ QUARTZUXIXG : \ MINING- Subject \UXIXG UXIXG MINING UXIXG- Subject a ollwrwi"e ollwrwie otherwise ! " , for the minerals defined defined- in each of 1,250 1250 , feet in length . Application for a lease $ $10.00 10.00 1000 $10.00- For $10.00- For . Subject to the boundaries of other other- claims other- claims in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act Act- and Act- and For a certificate of improve- ments improve- ments improve- improve - The boundaries of any claim may may- be may- he claims in good standing at the tim time time- of and the Yukon Placer Placerlining : \ \lining lining Mining Act , ments . . . . . . 5.00 500 5.00- If 5.00- If . be he the size of claim claim- allowed claim- allowed enlarged to a of its location claim shall shall- be shall- be . , a mining reservations in in- the in- the If recorded within 14 days after after- e after- expiry with certain set out allowed by the Act , if the enlarge- ment enlarge- ment enlarge- enlarge - be rectangular in shape and shall shall- not shall- not the said Acts . e expiry : piry date $ $5.00 5.00 500 $5.00- If $5.00- If . ment docs does not interfel interfei e with the the- rights the- rights not exceed 1,500 1500 , feet ; ' in 1 length by If after 14 days and within within- three within- three rights of other persons or terms of of- any of- any . 1.500 1500 . feet in width . No person shall enter fot for ' mining mining- purposes mining- purposes three months $ $15.00 15.00 1500 $15.00- If . any agreement with the crown . purposes or shall mine upon ILinds lands ILind- sowned lands- owned If after three months and with- in with- in with- with - E E"uy Euy "Fey claiM shall UI be : marked on on- the on- the owned ownedor or lawfully oecupil.d oecupild occupied . by byan ' an- other an- other an- an - An application for a claim mcy may be b- efil be- filed the ground romd , by t\\'o t 'o o two \ ' legal posts , one one- at one- at in six months . $ $25.00 25.00 2500 $25.00- Recording $25.00- Recording . other ulltil until adequate security has ha- sI'en has- been fil fild filed - -d d with the \ l\1ining l 1ining Mining Recorder Recorder- within Recorder- within at each extremity of the location location- Ime location- line Recording every certificate of of- of of- of I'en Ien been ) ( ' furnished to the satisfaction of of- the of- the within ten days after being located located- if Ime line , numbered " 1 " and " 2 " respect- ively respect- ively respect- respect - of work . . . . $ $5.00 5.00 500 $5.00- For $5.00- For . the \ l\lining l lining Mining Recorrll'r Recorrllr Recorder . ' fOl for ' any loss or or- damage or- dimage if withn within : ten mtles miles of the Recorder's Recorders Recorder's- nffice Recorder's- office ' ively . On the side of No . 1 pos- ta"mg pos\ pos post post- taring \ . For a certificate of partnership $ $5.00 5.00 500 $5.00- Recording $5.00- Recording . dimage damage ) whc which ; h mdY may be thereby thereby- paused nffice office . One extra Jay day shall be al- lowed al- lowed al- al - ta"mg tamg taring " No . . 2 post shall be inscribed inscribed- the inscribed- the Recording assignment , abandol1- IJ1ent abandon- t.tent abandol1- abandol1 abandon- abandon - . . paused used . lowed for every additional ten miles miles- or IJ1ent t.tent ttent . , affidavits , or any other other- document other- document the ndme name of the clai1 clai-t clai t .- " , a letter in- dicating in- dicating in- in - 0\ 0 or 0l'ntl \' l'ntl lntl frat ' t tion ion thereof . A claim may be be- located be- located the direction to No . 2 document . . . . $ $2.50 2.50 250 $2.50- If $2.50- If . dicating post , W 1Vhere here claims al'e ale are ' being located located- which located- which located locatedor or Sund Sunday 1Y or any ' '- public p- ublic '- publicholiday public public- holida If document affects more than than- ole than- one which ituated situated than the number of feet to the right or or- left or- left are more one one- hUlidred one- hundred holida holiday y . ole one ! claim , for each additional additional- claim additional- claim hUlidred hundred miles from the Mining He- 'order's Re- corder's He- He Re- Re - left of the location line , the date of of- location of- location claim . . . . . $ $1.00 1.00 100 $1.00- For $1.00- For . . ' ' the li.cators licators . , not less less- than less- than ' location and the name of the locator . 'order's orders corder's corders office ( , , An Any ) pel'son pelson person having recorded a a- claim a- daim For granting penod period of six six- months six- months number authorized authorized- tn authorized- to 1- 0catf lo- cate 10- 10 lo- lo On No No.2 No2 . 2 post , on the side facing No . than l l'e five \ ' \'e 'e e in , are daim claim shall not have the right to - months within which to re- cord re- cord re- re - tn to nwet meet and uppoint appoint one of their their- numb'r their- number catf cate another daim claim in the valley or or- basin or- basin 1 post , shall be inscribed the name name- of name- of cord . . . . . $ $4.00 4.00 400 $4.00- For $4.00- For . of the claim the date of location numb'r numbr number , ' reeorder recorder basin of creck creek within , , , tiS as emergency same sixty sixty- days sixty- days For an abstract of the record of of- a of- a who shall hall as soon as possible deliver deliver- the deliver- thl days of locatin locating first claim . and the name of the locator . a claim : thl the' Hpplicatiol1 application and fees received to to- the to- the TH.le THle Title TH.le- Any Title- Any . The claim shall be recorded with . For th the first entry entry- For . . . . $ $4.00 4.00 400 $4.00- For . the thetininJ : \ \tininJ tininJ Mining : HecordC'r HecordCr Recorder ' for the District . in fifteen days if located within ten ten- miles ten- miles For each additional entry entry- For . .50 50 .5- 0For .50- G If two or more persons own a a- cia a- claim Any person having complied with with- the with- the miles of the mining Recorder's Recorders ' of of- fice of- of . - For copies of any document re- corded re- corded re- re - cia claim im . , l'al'h lalh each ' ' such r'rson rrson person ) ( . ' silall shall contri- bute contri- bute contri- contri - the provisions of the Act with res- P'ct res- pect res- res - nce fice ; one additional day shall be al al- lowed al- al - . corded where same do not no- teceed not- exceed bute pro proportionately ! o'tionat'ly otionatly !' (' to his interest interest- to P'ct Pct pect (' to locating and reclwding recording a a- claim a- dam lowed for every additional ten miles miles- or eceed exceed " , three folios $ $4.00 4.00 400 $4.00- Vhere $4.00- Where . to the work required to be done done- then'on done- thereon dam claim : shall be ntitled entitled to a grant grant- for grant- for 01 or ' fraction thereot thereof . . \ \Vhere Vhere Where such copies exceed three three- folios three- folios then'on thenon thereon ' , and when proven to the the- Colrl the- Gold for one ) year ' 'ear ear and shall have the ab- solute ab- solute ab- ab - folios , 30 cents per folio for for- every for- every ' Adjoining claims not exceeding exceeding- ei exceeding- eight solute right of renewal I'rom Irom from year year- to year- to folio three . every over . Colrl Gold ; Commissioner that he has not not- tone not- tune ei ht in number be grouped eight , to th'reilfter threilfter thereafter ( ' , pl'Ovided plOvided provided ' during during- each may year For of be vested vestedI- II vested- u recording a power at- torney at- torney at- at - ( tone tune so his inter'st interst interest ( ' may sentation work work- for . 'i1l'h i1lh each ' ' ' . h he does ' to be be- "one be- lone the necesslry necessary : reprf representation (' ' 'ear ear ( .lr lr ( ' OJ or causes torney to stake from one one- person one- person u III , the olll'r olllr other ( ' co-owners co owners - . " "one one lone $ $200.00 200.00 20000 5200.00 520000 . worth of work of the the- claim the- daim for each : claim may then be per- formed per- formed per- per - person . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . $ $4.00 4.00 400 $4.00- For $4.00- For . The survey of a claim made by a a- dilly a- duly daim claim , files with the \ l\lining l lining Mining Recor- del Recor- der Recor- Recor - formed on any anyone one or more of the the- claims the- claims For recording a power of attor- ney attor- ney attor- attor - dilly duly qlwlified qualified Dominion Land Sur- 'l Sur- veyor Sur- Sur - del der ' within fourteen daY3 days after the the- expiration the- expiration claims in the group . ney to stake from two per- sons per- sons per- per - \ \'l 'l l veyor ' ' ' 'or or sl.illl slilll shall . be accepted as defininJ defining defining- absolutely : expiration of the claim an affidavit affidavit- showinJ affidavit- showing Every appli/ appli appliation application / ation for a full claim claim- s claim- shall sons . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . $ $8.00 8.00 800 $8.00- For . .OO OO .O- OFor absolutely b ollltcly the boundaries of the the- claim the- claim showinJ showing : it a detailed detailedstatement statement of the the- work the- work s shall 1all be made : :111 111 n Form " "A A " and for for- a For recording an assignment or or- other or- other claim , urveyed tiurveyed , provided the survey surveyI- S survey- ts work , and pays . t.he the requil'ed requiled required ' renewal renewal- fee renewal- fee a Fractional claim 00 on F'orm Form ' " "A-I "A A I "A-1 1 - " . other document relatin relating t to , ) a a- quartz a- quartz IS ts ' PIJ'O"t(1 PIJOt1 approved ) ' " ' ( by the proper author- Ity author- Ity author- author - fee . quartz mining lease $ $3.00 3.00 300 $3.00- Rental $3.00- Rental . Ity and r'mains rmains remains ( ' unprotested durin during during- the ; : ' No person is entitled to locate locate- more locate- more Rental , whole or fractional min- eral min- eral min- min - GROUPING- Under GROl'PISG GROlPISG GROUPING GROl'PISG- Under the pt'rio ptrio period ' of advertisement . more than one claim in the same same- mining same- mining eral claim granted under under- lease under- lease Under certain conditions claims claims- may claims- may mining district within twenty d3Ys days . lease for term : of 21 years . . $ $50.00 50.00 5000 $50.0- 0Rental $50.0- 0Rental . A pt'rson ptrson person . ' about to u/Jderta u Jderta underta4 / ' . a- bona p a . may be grouped and the work re- quired re- quired re- re - Rental for renewal term of 21 21- years 21- years bona fide prospecting trip may se- cllre se- cure se- se - The timber on a mineral claim is is- reserved is- reserved quired to be performed to entiLe entit.e entite entiLe- the entit.e- the . years .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . , . . .. . . . . . . . . $ $200.00 200.00 20000 $200.0- 0Dreddn $200.0- 0Dredging . cllre cure from the \ l\1ining l 1ining Mining . Pecorder- written p-Irder p Irder Pecorder " ' ' -'( reserved until the Mining Recorder Recorder- certifies Recorder- certifies the O\\'I1Cl O 'I1Cl I1Cl owner \ ' ' or o\\'ners o 'ners ners owners \ ' to renewals of of- the of- the Dreddn Dredging Dredging- A " ' 'rittt'n ritttn written ' permission to record at his his- own his- own certifies that the same is required required- for required- for & , the se\'eral se 'eral eral several ' claims be be- perfOJ'med be- performed grouped \ may own risk a claim within si six : mf'Hths mfHths months ' . for use In mining operations on the the- claim the- claim A lease may be issued for a per- iod per- iod per- per - perfOJ'med perfOJmed performed ' on one or more of of- the of- the any anyone iod of fifteen for continuous continuous- stretch continuous- stretch claim . The Commissioner , however , years a A ) cgal legal post must stand fOllf four feet feet- above feet- above the daims claims in the grouping . If the the- claims the- claims stretch of ) l)1ay l1ay oiay issue a permit to holders of of- other of- other river not exceeding ten ten- miles ten- miles above the : Jround ground , squared squaredlr lr or ) ft.c ftc k'ced kced k'ced- for ' . ' j j- for claims g'ouped gouped grouped !' are owned by more more- than more- than other claims to remove the timbers timbers- for timbers- for miles in length giving the exclusive exclusive- right exclusive- right for the upper eighteen mc'ws mcws inc'ws incws ' an.l anl and an.l- measuring and- measuring . than one pf person rson a partnership partnership- agreement partnership- agreement for use in their mining operation operations operations- where right to dredge for gold , silver and and- platinum and- platinum measuring four inches C\'oss C 'oss oss scross \ ' the- tac tne the tn- el agreement creating a joint and and- several and- several where other timber is not readily readily- available readily- available platinum . The lessee must have at at- least at- least . The must be be- firmly be- firmly several liability on the part of all all- the all- the l tac ( j'd jd ' ( ' ed portion post available . least one dredge in operation on the the- leasehold the- leasehold firmly fixed in the ground . the owners for the joint working of of- the of- the leasehold within three years . the claims shall be executed 8'1d 81d aid 8'1d- filed aid- tiled ' Title Title- Any Title- Any Priority of IOl'ution IOlution location ' shall be deem- ed deem- ed deem- deem - Petroleum and Natural Gas Gas- A Gas- A filed tiled with the Mining Recorder . ed to convey priority of right . Cer- tain Cer- tain Cer- Cer - Any person having complied with with- the with- the A lease may be issued for a per- iod per- iod per- per - tain displltes disputes may be heard and de- termined de- termined de- de - Taxes and Fees Fees- Royalty the provisions of the Act with re- gard re- gard re- re - iod of twenty-one twenty one - years for an area area- of area- of termined by tt a Board of Arbitrators . Royalty at the rate of two and and- onehalf and- onehalf gard to locating and recording a a- claim a- claim of not to exceed 1,920 1920 , acres giving giving- the giving- the one-half one half - per cent , . on the value of of- all of- all claim shall be entitled to hold it for for- one for- one the right to the petroleum and nat- ural nat- ural nat- nat - daims claims grouped or own- d own- rd own- own - of Grants all gold shipped from the Yukon Yukon- Territory Yukon- Territory one year from the date of the record , ural gas on the area leased . A rent- al rent- al rent- rent - rd d by one person may be made re- newable re- newable re- re - is Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller Com- ptroller Com- Com - and thereafter from year to year , al charged of 50 cents per acre acre- for acre- for newable on the same date . ptroller . provided during each year he does does- or does- or for the first year ' 'ear ear and $ $1.00 1.00 100 . per acre acre- for acre- for PJ.ACER PJACER PLACER . \ 1\IISING 1 IISING MINING MINING- Creeks For grant to a claim for for- one for- one or causes to be done work on the the- claim the- claim for each subsequent year . one year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ $10.00 10.00 1000 $10.00- For $10.00- For . claim to the value of $ $100.00 100.00 10000 . and and- shall and- shall Assay Office Office- An Office- An Creeks means any natural water For renewal of grant- Tf grant- Tf grant- grant - shall , within fourteen days after the the- expiration the- expiration An Assay Office is maintained by by- the by- the ( ' width of of- less of- less . . , , uurse ourse having an average Tf " ( J'newed Jnewed renewed ' within 14 days days- after days- after expiration of the year , satisfy the the- Mining the- Mining the Government at Vancouver , I $ ' , less than one hundred and fifty feet feet- between feet- between after expiry date . . . . . . . . . . $ $10.00 10.00 1000 $10.00- If $10.00- If . Mining Recorder that the work has has- been has- been where gold exported from the Ter- ritory Ter- ritory Ter- Ter - J , between its banks . If after 14 days and within 3 3- months 3- months been done , and pay the Certificate Certificate- of ritory will be purchased at Its full full- value full- value ( . Creek claims shaU shall not exceed five five- bundred five- hundred months . , . . . . . . . $ $30.00 30.00 3000 $30.00- If $30.00- If . of Work fee . One hundred dollars dollars- may dollars- may value . fJ bundred hundred feet in length , measured measured- aOilg measured- s If after 3 months and within 6 6- months 6- months may be paid in lieu of assessment assessment- work assessment- work G . A . JECKELL , . s aOilg : otg , the uase base line , by one thousand thousand- feet months " . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . : .. . . .. . . , . $ $45.00 45.00 4500 $45.00- Registration $45.00- Registration . work work'- Vhen . Controller. I i " . J J JF- RIDAY - - -- " . .-- - ' ' . ' : . PAGE SIX TIlE TIlEVB TILEVIJITEIIORSE \ \ \VB VB \VIJITEIIORSE VIJITEIIORSE l'rEHOUSE lrEHOUSE ' S'rAit SrAit STAlt S'rAitVlIl1'J ' , \ \VlIl1'J VlIl1'J VlIl1J 1VIIITEIJORSE ' . 1I0R8E , YUKON FRIDAY . , FEBRUARY 19th , 1943 . - . - - . Local Ha.ppenlngs Happenlngs Happenings HappeningsM- r . I I Ha.ppenlngsItems - - . , Items of Interest for the the- Home the- Home , I Mr . Dick White has left for thl the ! ' Mrs . Alec . McKay of of- coast Pennington , : Home Builder Builder- We C03St coast on a business trip . B . C C3S . , \ ' \\3S 3S was a visitor in in- day town for Ii a a- entered I ' * day or two this week . We have just opened up aa ; ) , nice shipment shipncrit * of miscellane- ous miscellane miscellane- . - Miss Brewster of Penningto.l Penningtol Pennington Pennington- Friday . t ' * I ous Kitchen Utensils and fu r lishings rnishings . , including : entered the local hospital for medic- medic medici medicj medicSoldier - i j Soldier willing to work off duty duty- al I I- al I I- tln TEA KETTLES KETTLES- MIXING KETTLES- MIXING CLOTHES BASKETS ' , al treatment last week-end week end - . We hours . Capable and trustworthy . Particulars Star office . MIXING BOW BOVG LS CLOTHES DRYERS tln understand ; erst'nd erstnd " ' she is progressing progressingParticulars ; , , understandfavourably favourably . t * ' t- Mr DISH PANS , ENGLISH CHINA TEA TEA- SETS TEA- SETS Mr . Henkel of the Metcalfe Ham- M Ham- ilton Ham- Ham - 4 . 4- Mr ROASTERS , in cream cream- and cream- and SETS , . ilton Kansas City Bridge Co . , called called- at called- r M Mr r . D David aVI .d d .d'If ' 'If If W 'IfJ ' 'Y Y . J Jefferies efferles ' 0 of f Wash- ington Was'n Wasn Wash- Wash ' - IIilton . . . . and red enamel , ENGLISH EARTHEN- WARE EARTHEN EARTHEN-- -. - . . ' townat I at the Star office this , .eek eek week . . He has has- Ington has- Mrs Ington ' , '- k k D . C . ' , was a VISI visitor .t t 0r l'n ln in town- Sunday town townI I ' . GAL GALVANISED VANISED WASH- TUBS WASH WASH- TUBS . WARE TEA POTS , arrIved to make the - pre- he pre- pre necessary thIs prethIs : wee week en rou route te t to 0 J Juneau unea U \ where ' here herei i ; . . ' . . KINYliminary " I l1mmary liminary arrangements for hIs com- e corn- radio com- com corn- corn - TUBS , all sizes , LuNClI LtNCH BOXES . h he e WI will .11 11 h have ave c charge harge 0 of f th the e KIN KINY .L L . I , . . . . . . ' '- n n I ' pany panys s operatIons here this Yf'ar Yfar year Yf'ar- ra year- ed : ' ra radio d 10 s station tatIon w which h ICh is IS b being el elCo Co enlarg enlarg- enlargI enlargpanys - ' . . . transan transand I an and d h has as opene opened d a t temporary emporary 0 office office- at ffIce Ice- e i [ e ed d to f five Ive t times Imes 1 its .t t s presc present nt trans trans- - , mittlng mitting . capacIty ' . a at t th the e Wh't Wht Whitehorse I ' ehorse I Inn nn . i II IL ILBUY BUY VICTORY SAVING S/ S SAMPS STAMPS ' / AMPS . J JI I . J 1 J- BUY * Mrs . Wallace arrived in town at at- His at- five , . " - - - - - His many friends are glad to wel- come wel- wel welfive - five o'clock oclock ' this morning after a a- come a- forced bell come , of back the again Dom Dominion Mr nion . Thos Treasury Treasury- Dept . Camp- bell Camp- Camp Campforced - ; forced Skagway stay-over stay over due - to slides of ten on the days rail- DARING rail- Dept rail- rail at at- Skagway at- bell - TAYLOR TA YLO P & DRURY ltd ltdWA- STEDSingle 1 1- An Dept . . , who was detamed detained for several : ; road , etc . She is making her home home- days I I- days II I _ . days at Skagway due to slides etc . . , ! j jhere here . I . - - - - on the railroad . _ _ " "n n _ _ " ' 'n n _ n _ _ .A A . U - - DARING NAVAL DIVER DIVER- 11.L DIVER- SAVES \ \\11.L 11.L ' 'iLL iLL . PAY CASH-For CASH For - house or Jot lot lot- or : SA"ES SAES SAVES " HALIFAX PIER PROM- DESTRUCTION rROJI PROM rROJI- or ' or both . Will consider anything anything- Box DESTRUCTION BY RECOVERING RECOVERING- ACCIDENTALLY RECOVERING- Box Box D , Star Office . ACCIDENTALLY RELEASED RELEASED- DEPTH RELEASED- DEPTH DEPTH CHARGE . WASTED-Single WASTED Single WANTED-Single WANTED - or , double lo lot fjr for fjr- residence for- residence ( residence only . Give price and and- location and- location Naval headquarters disclosed disclosed- Tuesday disclosed- Tuesday location . Box S , Star Office .. . . . Tuesday night that . Petty Officer Officer- John Officer- John - - - - - " John Brown of Ingersoll , Ont . . , 32- year 32- year 32- 32 - OFFltIAL OFFICIAL . : WEATHER REPORT- February REl'OC'f RElOCf REPORT ' ' year old naval diver , averted the the- th the- threat th threat rea irea t o of f a ser serious i ous exp explosion los i i- t on in in- Halifax February February- Monday 1943 1943- Max 1943- Max Halifax Harbour by recovering from from- the Max . , Mm Min . the sea bottom a depth charge which which- had 11 Thursday . .. ... .... . .. . 8 * 40 40the ; had been accidentally released . 12 Friday Friday- Pennington .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . 36 " ' * 9 Brown has been awarded the British British- Empire 13 Saturday . .. ...... .. ... 25 2 2Empire Empire medal for his brave act . 14 Sunday Sunday- this ..... ......... . 28 28- Tuesday " ' * 6 15 Monday Monday- she . . .. . . ... . ..... . 35 19 OJ O- JCORRESPONDENCE 16 Tuesday ' . 39 29 2- 9Christ CORRESPONDENCE ( . * Denotes Denoted below zero ) CORRESPONDENCEHouse . , - - - - - - - " lIou'le lIoule House ' of Commons Commons- Canada Commons- Canada x XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX Canada CanadaOttawa Ottawa , Feb . 13 , 1943 1943- The Christ thurch Church . . - An Anglican Jican .Editor Editor- THE THE OLD LOG CHURCH I I- Whitehorse IThe The Whitehorse Star , - -The The pure . ' form form- In Whitehorse Whitehorse- Rev ' 'Whitehorse Whitehorse , Yukon . In which ' 'obacc obacc . Rev . L . G . ChappeJ1 Chappell , L . Th . I am Informed that the governmem government governmem- ReC government- is can be , moked " ReC Rector ' or . is considering the advisability advisabilityIf , If If- SUNDAY f f- amending - - SUNDAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 1943 1943amending amending the Yukon Quartz Mim Mini g g- Act - . - ] 0.00 000 . a . m-Sunday m Sunday . - School . . Act by making the following changf changes ' ; : 11.00 1100 . a . m-Holy m Holy . - Communion . 1 1 . . To allow each individual to 10- 7.30 lo- cate 10- 10 lo- lo - 7.30 730 . p . m-Evening m Evening . - Prayer and and- address andI andcate I cate or stake nine mining claims p per per- annum l' An Appreciation AppreciationT- he address . annum in each mining district of of- Yukon 1 1- Tuesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays- The TuesdaysYukon , Yukon . The Bennett & White Construction Co . , Ltd . , wish to to- extend to- extend The Men's Mens ' Discussion Group meets- CORRESPONDENCE nH'ets nHets meets nH'etsThe ' The Act as at present allows each each- In each- in In the Rectory each Tuesda Tuesday ' even- I even- even evenperson - person 18 y years ars of age or more to to- ing to- ing extend their sincere thanka thanks to the 331st Engineers , ' discussionsstake \ I 0stake stake one c claim alI every twenty nty day days 1 1- are 1- are at 8 o'clock oclock . These discuss\O:1S discuss O:1S O1S discussions : 0 t.w tw ing . The Dowell Construction Co . , The Whitehorse Fire Dept Dept- and Dept- and are quite informal anci and deal prim- prim prim-I prim I primI primIthe primthe - I the same district IS flCt , prov providing d ng that If , . .i i I I- 111'i1y 111'i1y 111i1y only ' with the solution of pre-ent pre ent present : - ' person satisfies s.atlsfles satlsfles . the mining mining recorder records.r recordsr recorder- day records.r- day . r and to all others who helped to combat the fire on the the- night the- night along Christian preentI lines ines : . I that he is IS about to undertake a bor born born- fide . day problems fide prospecting trip to a distar.t distart . part part- r'I"XXXX night of February 5 , 1943 . . xxxxxxrxxrX : : nxxL ZTXXL partZTXXL IIfide . . . r'I"XXXX rIXXXX ' " nxxLof I Iof ' I dI of the d district IS t flCt an and d f'l fl files 1 es in m a advance advance- 'with d vance . - - - - - - - ' 'with with with the mining recorder powers of of- attorne of- fxxxxxxxx1xxxxxxxxxxXXXXXX - - - . - 'I I 'Iwith - - - - fxxxxxxxx1xxxxxxxxxxXXXXXX ] attorne attorney y fro from m no not t more th than an two p'r pr per- per perwith ( ' _ - with a view to acquiring quartz quartz- claims complishment , and a group of nine- SACRED njllt nine SACREU SACRED IIEART HEART I Isonsfluthorizing sonsfluthorizing sonsauthorizing him to stake claims claim- sC claims to develop and operate are of of- opinion claims staked by an individual woulci would woulci- cover would- for for them in consideration of their the- irat o opinion p p- under inion that the p privileges rivileges of stakinn staking stakinn- under cover a lot of countr country y. Claims arp are C Catholic at h 0 I . cure C Churc h h hfor having enabled him to make the trip trip- Rev trip- p under the law as at present are too too- limited too- y 1500 feet by 1500 feet in size now now- Rev now- and Rev . Father Charles Hamel , O.M.1 OM.1 OM1 O.M.I OM.I OMI . . . . he may stake one clam in the name name- From limited , and that to warrant a large large- investment and if each staker could stake nine nine- From nine- claims From From now on until further notice of each such person . investment of capital required to in- stal in- in inclaims - claims a party of stakers could could- blanket could- services services will be conducted at th , Any person having located a stal and operate a mill and mining mining- plant blanket a large area of country . ! lIowing Mowing times : mineral claim shall net nct have the the- Sundays plant , the intending investor shoulL should ] I will be glad to be advised by any any- Sundays any- persons Sundays : I I- right right to locate another claim in the the- Masses be allowed to locate or have located located- a persons interested of their opinions opinions- Masses opinions- on Masses ... 7.00 700 . and 8,30 830 8.30 , . A.M AM . . same district in his own name or in in- High a ' ! Iroup group of not less than nine claims . on the subject . The law as it is was was- High was- enacted High High ' Mass .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . 10.00 1000 . A.M AM A.MI A.Mthe . I the name of any other person , for his his- Benediction In my opinion the present law s & enacted after consultation with t tl e e- miners Benediction ... .... ... .. .. . . 7.30 730 . P.M PM . . I Iueneiii benefit ueneiii , for for a period perioa of of 20 zu days aays from Irom from- Wf'ek sufficiently broad and generous in itJ its itJ- terms miners of Yukon and I would regr regn ? . Wf'ek Wfek Week ' days : I Ithe the date of such location . terms . It was drafted with a view t ) seeing such a drastic change made made- without Masses . . . . . . ? 7.00 700 . .00 00 A.M AM . , . I In support of the proposed change chang- eIn prevent blanketing and in that it h.1 h1 has . without giving them an opportunity opportunity- of . ( ( In In Chapel at Rectory ) in the law it is said that persons 01 or ' not been altogether successful , the the- proposed of presenting their views . Fridays : Benediction 7.30 730 . P.M PM . . corporations contemplating sending sendin- gcnxJxxxxxx proposed change , as I see it , would would- make Yours truly , cnxJxxxxxx : xxxrxxxxxxxxxz : : ; I pros prospectors pectors o or r agen agents ts i into nto Yu Yuko'1 Yuko1 Yuko'1- The kon ' make blanketing muc much h eas easier aeas i er o of f ae- complishment ae- ae a-- a -- GEO GEORGE R G E BLACK . . .