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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 6, Friday, February 6th, 1942.

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Frc-- CfRCULATINO THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42 No. 6. WHITEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,6th", 1942 ' W Subscription $3.00 Year. USE A LITTLE COMMON FINANCE MINISTER WARNS SENSE AND DON'T PLACE OF WAR SACRIFICES WE INFLAMMABLE ARTICLES MAY YET HAVE TO FACE- - IN SOLDIERS' PARCELS. Addressing the annual meeting of Notwithstanding the repeated the Toronto Board of Trade last warnings of the Cahadiari Post Of- fice week Finance Minister Ilsley de- clared that most Canadians will Department against sending have to "lower and simplfiy' their other matches, lighter-flui- d or any inflammable substance through the standards of living" because of the fresh of burst- - government's need for money to mails, a case a pacrel ing into flames at the Base Pose! conduct its war effort riWInrt ir"H-5ir- a Ime -- inct Kaon ra. ' Despite the fact the country's ' needs will be greater than ever in ported by Canadian Postal Author- ities " the next year, the government has A Recently when a bag of ordinary decided against compulsory 'saving parcel post was being emptied on the and compulsory loans, Mr. Ilsley said. ; - - .. opening table at the Base Post Of- fice, He warned that further in steps ore of the parcels burst into the control of, industries and mater- ials llames Examination of the pack- age "will be necessary; that more re- sources revealed that among its cont- ents must be diverted to ' war-purpose- s were six boxes of matches, one of which had become ignited and ; BRITAIN'S NEW LONG-DISTANC- E DEMON FIGHTER from civilian .purposes-- ' and that "to make the most of what caused the fire. Such a blaze might Here is a British "Beaufighter" and its pilot at a Western Desert we have, to produce the, most that have resulted in huge loss to easily aerodrome. This most versatile of all aircraft, the new R. A. ... F. can be produced with the resources the other mails, and to the premises, Bristol "Beaufighter" is used as a night, fighter, a long range dny at our disposal," all businesses must while' had it occurred when the fighter, convoy J protector and ground-targ- et 'attacker Its 1,400 h. undertake simplification and stan- dardization stowed deep in the bags were away p. engines sweep this 9-t- on giant fighter fto combat at a speed of of their products hold of a mail steamer the outbreak well over 330 m. p. h. Mr. Ilsley said the government could have caused the loss "of the had considered the control of divi- dends ship and of the valuable cargo, not P.O.ACTON DAUNT DRAFT REGISTRATION along with other controls, to, mention injury and loss of life to the heroic personnel who are risking CRACK SHOT IN RC.A.F. UNDER U. S. SELECTIVE "but after careful study of the mat- ter we have decided that,, far so at thaii. livoc n aat iha armc cnnnlips AT PRESENT LOCATED SERVICE ACT TAKES least, it is not desrable." and mails safely overseas in the AT PATRICIA BAY. PLACE FEBRUARY 16th- - Control of dividends 1 would re--lu- ce face of constant danger from hostile substantially the yield' of taxes submarines, aircraft and surface His many friends in the north President Roosevelt has signed to the treasury "u - raiders will be pleased to, learn that P. O. the Proclamation under which all 4 It is contrary to Postal regulat- ions males in the United States and most Acton Daunt has added to his laur- els for any person to post, for de-live- ry aliens between the ages of 20 and since he received his vvir.ti in or transmission, by ' or 44 who have not already done so through- -' the' -- mails' -- any inflammable the R. C. A. F. at No. 3 Service will be required to register on explosive, dangerous or destructive School, Calgary last month. He Monday, February 16th next. Reg- istration substance or liquid, etc, and the tied the record for shooting at the of males between the ages person so doing is subject? to pro- secution. of 45 and 60 will take place later. Blair Range, North Vancouver, In any event they will not be ex- empt making a score of 104 out of a pos-sib- le from service , with the armed 105. forces: Enrollment between the Acton,' vvho is a member of the ages of 18 and 20 will also be. an- nounced U. B. C. Officers' Training Corps, is later. well-kno- wn throughout the Yukon In the proclamation the president and particularly in Whitehorse.. states that registration "will be re- quired The Star joins with his many to ensure victory, final and 1 J: . A friends here -- in extending heartiest complete, over the enemies of the congratulations to Acton and, wish, United States." him continued" success in the future. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO LARGE NEW RANGE AND , DELIVER ANOTHER OF HIS FRIGID AIRE INSTALLED FAMOUS FIEESipE TALKS. MAJOR-GENERA- L A. E .NYE, MX'. AT WHITEHORSE INN CAFE. New Vice-Clrt- ef of Britain's General It-ha- s been announce 1 that on Staff. Rppntlv a new three-ove- n range .; Monday. February 23rd, President Major-Gener- al Archibald Edward of the latest type was installed at .Roosevelt will deliver another .1 his Nye became -- Vice-Chief of the Brit- ish the Whitehorse Inn Cafe and on ( famous Fireside Talks 'to the nation, Imperial General 'Staff- - in . tlo. the last boat the latest model frigi-j- lt will be broadcast and will un-dai- re re-assign- ment of amy appoint- ments arrived having double doors doubtedly be looked forward 'to in November .1941, 64 years and thirty-fo- ur feet of shelf spac with the liveliest anticipation throu- ghout old he has had a wide experience of which assures freshness .under ideal the world all branches of soldiering, having conditions at, all times These new It is significant that the talk has commanded every type of format- ion. COMMANDER OF BRITISH R.A.F. additions have been made necessary been timed to take place following He was lately Director -- of ' business the anniversary of George Wash- ington's Staff Duties' at the War Office, and yiNG IN RUSSIA . j due to the steady expanding Wing - Commander H. N. G. enjoyed at this popular and up-to-Ramsbo- ttom birthday. Government's determination thai Isherwood. AV.F. C.'date restaurant. New flooring has the best talents shall direct the who is in command of the, wing of also been laid in the. kitchen and We shall prosper in proportion as the best t:lonls ?hall oi.-e:- t tre the British R. A. F. now fighting other improvements .made to facili- - we learn to dignify and glorify com- - Britisn Arry. He joinei the army ' brains and when under 18 in the last war, add and efficient service mon labour, and put side by side with their comrades of tate prompt the Soviet, Air Force on the Russian andthe dining room has been re- - skill into the common occupations of won a commission in France who'.) tpH life. he gained the Military Cross. front, .against the common enemy. rilE WIllTKilOTiSE MIITEIIOR$E YUKON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 .-S- TAR. PAGE TWO launched some seven months ago ! Yukoners more "than doubled the quota' assigned 'to thQ. Territory and t-';X- 7 "Voice o the Yukon in so doing set a record, on a pro rata basis, second to none through- out An Independent Journal the Dominion. It was a record in which we all took pride but let us not' rest satisfied on the laurels of mm Published every Friday at the past. Let's all get whole-hearted- ly Whitehorse, Yukon Territory see if behind we cannot this repeat second our drive former and The White Pass arid Yukon ' ' Route ' On the Trail of ""'98 line achievement. If we each do 7:-- j il ---- -- - ' ' " ' --- ! our part on this forthcoming occas The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to ion there can be no. doubt as to our ! MeTJibcr of Canadian Weekly ability of. again going "over the Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - Newspapers' Association. top" with flying colours. . ' . ,. , , ; , .5 A IRPLANE SER VICE : : HORACE E MOORr: Publisher DAYLIGHT SAVING plane service making connections northbound and south- bound ; ; Let us have faith that right makes "with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, might: and in 1 hat faith let us to Notwithstanding any inconveni- ences and Dawson. For information the end dare to do our duty as we which may arise from the ad- option Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo understand it. Lincoln. of Daylight Saving on Mon- day apply to any ;:v vVC'.; next throughout Canada there FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 is to be no organized opposition to W H I T E PASSAGE NT, or it as fat as the coast is concerned 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. it is provided, as it is pointed out, "There's Not to -- Reason Why 1 1 Dominion-wid- e in scope and adopt- ed by all" transportation companies. The fact that we . in the north With the outbreak of war on .the v will shortly be experiencing day : Pacific the war has been brought all the time is not suf- ficient light nearly much' closer home. Previously to a .why we too should small . minority of unimaginative reason not conform with this nation-wid- e people the European war was too movement. Perhaps the easiest and remote to affect them muchly. Up most feasible plan to adopt would mm to the present our standard of living all business houses to be for open has Life barely changed. to most close hour later than and one ol us has ,gone on as usual. Todaj i. at 9 instead of 8 hitherto, e. open ...more "than ever before, we in Can- ada a. m. and close at 6 instead of 5p. in: are being. forced to realize what under both D. S. T. living war conditions really means The remoteness of the past has -- vanished and . in its place we DAWSOM face today the grim realities of war. Jt should not be necessary at this stage to stress the fact that our very Miss Gloria Cyr of Whitehorse existence is at stake togeher. with arrived by plane recently, on a visit our freedom and our way of life. to friends here. "We must all put our shoulders to o- - the wheel if the common enemy is Rendell is now employeo to be effectively, defeated and bar- barism Charley on the government road crew taking from kept encirclingtfte vacated by Stan Moffat world . Its' time to take off our the place who has left for the coat. "The purest coats, roll up our sleeves and really in which tob get down to business. There is so can be smoked. much work "to be done by each and Stan Moffat and Stan" Fairclough everyone of us and each of us have are leaving for the coast. It is re- ported an important part to play in the they intend joining a branch 'colossal struggle that confronts us. of the armed forces. The reason no bombs, have as yet fallen upon Canadian soil is due mainly to the fact of our geographic Karl Salminen is on his way in position combined with Great Brit- ain's from Vancouver having received a determined and ceaseless re-- wire from the Company to return to tstance which, with all its blunders, Dawson, at once. ATTENTION has "been an object lesson to the world at large and in conformity, Dido Stetiich,' a"ccounta"n.t for the FJ R DEALERS, TRADERS TRAPPERS AND FUR with her traditions of the past. To- day N, C. Co.,Ltd., has left on a vacation we are face to face with the trip to" Prince Rupert and the, coast. FARMERS problem of defendng our own shores ' He expects to be back ' in' Dawspn SHIP your fur to our , from enemy attack and in this we by April 1st next. AUCTION SALE DATES monthly fur auction sales without tiave ., all, exception, a grave responsibility to assume and a duty for highest prices Cash 1942 . Mrs. Rod MacDonald has return- ed February 20th to perform. advances made, upon re- quest; to her home at Granville after One of the most and March 20th important spending an enjoyable., visit, with by wire if desired urgent needs of the hour is to pro- -. her sister and brother-in-la- w Mr. Sales scheduled, for the 17th April -- .f: 24th vide the funds necessary to enable and Mrs. R. Diment in town. and 29th . of December have our armed forces to over-thro- w the May 22nd enemy and to provide them ade- quately been .postponed until Jan. June 19th with the tools and equip- ment Doug. Shaw, who was acciderttly 7th, r .1942, owing to the shot in the shoulder recently is 're- ported unsettled market conditions July 24th to finish the job. This im- perative in to be making satisfactory need is one which everybody without exception can progress toward recovery.- - He still WESTERN CANADIAN RAW FUR AUCTION SALES has his shoulder in cast. and must play a part commensurate a 303 A West Pender Street with their financial ability be it ' great or small. ' -- An opportunity for Benny and Mrs. Gladwin, pioneer Vancouex', B- - 0. so doing will be provided on Febru- ary Bear Creek residents, are . both "in 16th next when the Second Vic- tory Vancouver again after an enjoyable Loan will, be launched. 'stay with .their daughter Margaret When the first Victory. Loan was iand family in Seattle, Classifid Advertising in the Star always brings the desired results. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 THE WIIITEIIORSEvSTAlt, WIJ1TEII0RSE YUKON PAGE THREE business executives, of that' city. Air itchig for the "wheel" of a river m Yukoners in Comes conditioning, heating and plumbing steamer. Spring equipment is his line ad bidding on ' ! n Seattle, Wash, To Vancouver govt, contracts is one of. his spec- ialties." .TWO MORE YUKONERS JOIN Jack looks like a youngster THE ARMY. .mi f , Otto Nordling spent his Christmas and has more pep than his hockey Sunday, January 25th, spring . . . . leave in aeauie ill 1 aim 1 uunng A J ' 1 ma days when he burnt up the ice witn came to Vancouver, with all its fourth visit to that wide awake Archie Gillespie and Walter Mur- phy. " Don France, former N. C. store rharm and Warmth brmging hun American coast city met many well This was considered- - one of butcher at Dawson, and Bob Mirko-vic- h, dreds out to bask irt the sunshine known former . Dawsonites and the fastest forward combinations donned, the uniform .last week. and wander through the greatest school chums now located , in Seattle j ever to be assembled in the Yukon. Don expects to leave for the east and best known park in the world, and some of them making their Perhaps not as hot as the matches soon with the Forestry Corps and to Stanley Park. , 'niche" in the business world they played around the stove in the join Jock Burns Sutherland, 'McDonald, George and Mc-Kinle'- y, the Young and old" were out and spent , . back room of the B. & F. store, but others overseas. the afternoon in the park watching All will remember .Wilson Rys- - more action - Jack hopes to make a the bears, birds and monkeys at flying visit to the Yukon - one of '111X11 t f tTTTTHTn losi', youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Play. '., Andy Rystogi, is now Well establish- ed these days, and perhaps land on the ' J " ' ' t ;. v...-'- : Grizzly bears, baby bears, Siber- ian' in the wholesale meat business famous Faulkner Field Dawson's Travel bears, amused hundreds of in- terested r-- rt has a fleet of trucks and a large first, air field and , made famous spectators and were . re- warded ' when the round the world American BWtWAV on a staff of experts working for him. STEAMSHIPS with peanuts, candies and Wilson attended school in Dawson army fliers landed there years COMMUNICATIONS HOTELS 'PRINCESS" other tasty, morsels. 'and ' of the charter members of ago commanded by Captain Street one ffGRlATtJTl . All but Lost Lagoon presented a of the American air force. Jack, II TRAVEL rtfc" Liner the "R. A. H." Club which head-cmarter- ed picture of Spring for it had failed Junior;, is attending college, which in a wellknown log cabin to shed its mantle of ice it took on residence in the North end. . Its ' makes Jack, Senior, take a back ' Vancouver during the "winter spell" of a few seat once and a while. Skagway to ".-ne- r. a host" among hosts, and a J short weeks ago. friend of all the youngsters. Wilson Victoria or Seattle For. many it was the first visit -- to learned the meat business in Seattle SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS Other Yukoners making their Stanley Park since last fall before from the' roundg floor up and winter home in Seattle PRINCESS NORAH are Georgq winter set in and to have Spring. 'worked in Dan's Market for several Harkness and ilr E. Tuesday, February 10 Peter, Driller uuiiie overnigni ana in a lew snort years and his success today is 'well Hotel who Saturday, February 21 their holi- days guests, spent hours is an experience never to be merited.' Recently be became a down in California. ' Tuesda, March 3 forgotten. proud "daddy" and no wonder he Saturday, March 14 Many of the Yukoners in Vancou- ver urnc nil smilps Hie wifp npf Mis5 Tuesday, March 24 ' Charlie Nestor Nagin, that famed could not resist such a temptat- ion Ruth McFarland, commenced her Connections at Vancouver with Sulphur and Cold Run miner, and among them were such well Canadian Pacific schooling in Dawson, anyone ever Services: makes Seattle his second home known members of the northern having met her can more fully ap- preciate Transcontinental when outside, and hangs his hat in fraternity, Walter Holumlund, one what the word "charm Trans-Pacif- ic the St. Regis Hotel. time mining Co' foreman, now lo- cated may mean. Trans-Atlant- ic in Vancouver and working in , ; Tickets, reservations , and full the Wallace shipyards, Roy Deams, Alan Hartley another Dawson "Kid" Marion, world-know- n Yu- kon particulars from wintering in Vancouver, Dune. Mc- Donald boy who shed the dust of Dawson River Pilot, can be seen stroll- ing L. H. JOHNSTON enjoying the salt air of the streets many years back, has cover- ed the down-tow- n thoroughfares General Agent C P. R. Pacific, Jack McKee taking life easy many parts of the world since most any day, and his hands still for the winter, the former. Mrs. D. Alaska Shag-wa- y that eventful day and is now locat- ed have a failing for the "hip pockets." Ryan plus air force, Percy Dewoli in Seattle and the p;t.p, and Capt. Marion hasn't changed a bit Canadian Pacific accompanying her with Private manaer of a up-and-com- ing Tavern in all these years, and was already Frank Fairclough. , in the downtown part of the city. His chief assistant is none other than a former Dawson school chum of his "Ernie Redmond." Ernie looks like a million and is only put in the shade when his wife drops N in. to say "hello." Both these lads You r ea rest a nd Best would like to make a flying trip to Dawson to give.the'ir old. stamping round the "once over" but its such a long Way. To them Dawson is' FUR MARKET ! tVio Ana onrl nlw rvlnno rf llroil ir wiv. VliV, oiiu uu kj jjiav,t Ui i v- -c i in - terest" when Yukoners drop in. Alan has added, a few grey locks which only gives him that success- ful Furs consigned to us are sold in Open Auction to air of a business man. A ready welcome awaits, any .Yukoner that 1942 Huyers who bid for Furs in Auction Sales everywhere. drops their wjay. You are - thus assured of ..T.o'puLurkt't- - I Vfees"-'- - "' AUCTION SALE DATES Sid Creamer, whb--wiltVie- ver be forgotten by anyone who kew . him . . March 2nd . .We make 'liheral cash advances n shipments await- ing during his school .days and the Buster Brown suit and curley locks. April 8th sale, when requested. Our selling charges arc 'lower "Sid" once started on his, way tc JuMin'ttances are. sent immediately a sale is concluded. become a movie, magnate under- studying May ....... 7th his father at the famous D.a.a.a. Theatre . and plater under July ....... 7th WE INVITE YOUR Fred H. Elliott, changed his inter- ests August ........ 25th to flowers when he took up his CORRESPONDENCE home in Seattle when his family moved from Dawson. Sid today owns one of the smartest flower shops in Seattle,- - and hasn't changed a bit, . except taken on some weight, Edmonton Fur Auction Sales and may yet put big brother Phil in j the shade. LIMITED Jack Faulkner, who dates his background to the "B, & F." days, Edmonton Alberta lost no time in htting his stride-i- n Seattle and is today considered one of the most efficient streamlined - .- -y "AGE FOU THE WIllTEIIORSE STAR Wliri EHOBSE YUKON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE TTTlTTTTTTTTTTlttllTTTIXXXXXriXtXXlXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXJ, CHAIR MEN NAMED FOR 'The House of Quality' VICTORY LOAN DRIVE. Fresh Cured I r and In the Vancouver Province, of -- Meats Try BURNS' Valentine January 26th a complete list of the Shamrock Brand Creamery Butter Eggs 'officers and committee chairmen is ubhshed who will have the hand- ling fit- - the second Yictqry Loan campaign throughout the province Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products Carets for All of British Columbia" and the Yukon. The Yukon-Ath- n area is desig- nated ag Division No. 8. Mr, W. E. Thomson is. ragain divisional organ- izer "You Can No Better9' Buy and is at the present time in the Territory. The following are Send a the units with names of their , re- spective Valentine Atlin chairman; . Unit "A" R D. Nelson Burns & Company Limited. Dawson Unit "B" J. E. Gibben Mayo Unit "C" . R. G. Lee ttTItTITlIIITHtTIIIT TTT T TTT TT TT TTTTT X HHTITTTTTT1 Whitehorse Unit "D" Isaac Taylor Greeting The loan is for $600,000,000 and the campaign opens simultaneously Card throughout the Dominion on; Mon- day, February 16th. It is not known what the Yukon- - quota will be. , NEW REGULATIONS TO We have a EE FORMULATED FOR REHABILITATION AIR MAIL NEW STOCK AS MED FORCES INTO Still PASSENGERS AIR EXPRESSl Serving CIVILIAN LIFE. . INUMOMMin. You Should 1 ' " Reinstatement of civilian employ- ees now members of the armed Really See. v forces will be the subject of a bill soon to be introduced in the House of. Commons. Northern Provision for reinstatement has Over the route pioneered by Yukon.. already been made under the War Commercial Measures Act but the new legis- lation, Southern now fly. the. bombers and fight- ers it is understood from official bound for Alaska. Yukon Southern Co. Ltd. sources, will give protection for a longer period than is possible undei liiis pledged, its services to the govern-nient- s the War Measures Act of both Canada and the United Present regulations provide every rOLAND THANKS employee who has had six month's' States to do what is in its power to KKI) CROSS employment with an employer must The National Red' Cross Society be reinstated under not less favor- able keep' unhampered the line of communi- cation has received a letter of thanks fronv conditions than he would have to Alaska and the Yukon and to Edw.a-- d Raczynski, Polish Ambas-sador-t- o enjoyed had he not enlisted He England, for the "magnifi- cent may . not be discharged; except for transport men, equipment and. supplies gift of Canadian Red Cross good cause, for six months niter his to what may soon be Canada's nearest comforts supplies for the Poles in reinstatement. Russia" He writes further: "I and most vital fighting front. thank you most sncerely for this CHARLIE ISAAC MOOSEHIDE great humanitarian help, which INDIAN CHIEF WITH ARMY pray God will arrive in time to al- leviate TRANSFERRED TO their plight." VANCOUVER. llllZIIIXXXXXllXirrrryryr Charlie Isaac, chief oi the Muose-hid- e Mt$ofi 'ni'ILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" Sweeter Indians in the Yukon-Territory- , who a year ago last fair handed A PATRON over his tribe to a council of elders km and enlisted' in the Canadian army, has been transferred to Vancouver AIR TRANSPORT LIMITED FOR 8 from Victoria and is now stationed at Vancouver barracks. : EViPfioiTFD The army is doing things for YEARB us MILKJ Charlie. In the trade school he is learning the details of rector me-chem- ics We have a letter from up-coun- try and other prac'ical studies rmMr m m in i The writer states " hH vere not offered in -- thp little . : a X1XIW she has used "all kinds of native school house at Mt.osehid-3- , Yukon canned milk" but Pacific Electrical Company, Ltd. 6 two miles below Da wf i .n City on Milk continually since she H the Yukon River, where Church of began it "because of its Will be pleased to England missionaries taught him to consult richness and flavor.. That i't ad and write." was eight years ago." you regarding When the war is Charlie It's only real excellence that over, ( says he will return to his tribe and 6. Light, Power. Supplies and Installations ' could bring a milk a pre- ference pass on the knowledge and experi- ence like this. he has gained "outside." Pacific Milk Charlie, who is about 23 suc- ceeded Pr WHIT E H 0 R S E, Y. T. his father as the tribal chief ' when the later died jn 1932. His. IRRADIATED OF" COURSE mother and two sisters Jive at fTTTTTTTTTTITIIITIITIIIim Moosehide. It to have all pays PRINTING your done at the STAR OFFICE. V FRIDAY, FEBRURAY U 1S42 THE WHITEI10RSE STAR, WII1TEII0RSE. YUKON PAGE FIVE 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- ing hundred feet in length by one thou- sand If it affects more than 6ne claim a survey .made, and upon com- plying feet indepth. Claims shall be For each additional claim ...... $1.00 with other requirements, ob- tain as nearlyas possible rectangular in Abstract of Title' : a lease for a term cf twenty- - form and shall, be. marked by two For first entry $2.00 uuc .mn jrccuo vi.itV. wim 4 iiic V. Vk iigi.it rV itm-wu- i MAlir'll Synopsis of Mining Law legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry .50 for further term of twenty-on- e claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively, For copy of Document jcaio. viaiino ivaivu jxxkji. lvj ujj 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 Jine, 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 " 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 shall be discoverer entitled to a ' prospect and mine upon any . or fraction thereof $50.00 .. locate, claim 1 ,500 feet in length, and a Recording every claim ........ $10.00 lands in the Yukon Territory, ' For a' substitutional record .. $10.00 party of two discoverers two claims, '.. QUARTZ MINING whether vested in the Crown or each of 1,250' feet in length. Application for a lease $10.00 otherwise; for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- ments in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time 5.00 and the Yukon " Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim of its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days after with certain reservations set out. in allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- ment be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date $5.00 the said Acts. does hot interfeie with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If 'after 14 days and within , rights of other persons or terms of 1,500 feet in width. three months ........................ $15.00 No person shall enter for mining any agreement with the . crown. . If after three months and with- in purposes or shall mine upon lands ' Every claim shall be marked on six months , $25.00 owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be the" grpund by two legal posts, one Recording certificate of f until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder at eachi extremity of the location every oi worK ... .. JJ0.uu been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. For a certificate of partnership $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's On the side of No. 1 post' Recording assignment, abandon damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- lowed facing No. 2 post shall be inscribed ment, affidavits, or any other caused.''.': -- :. , for every additional ten miles the name of the clain, a letter in- dicating document .... . . ' $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be .the direction to. No. 2 post, If document affects more than Where claims are being located located on Sunday or any public the number of feet to.; the right or for each additional one claim, which are situated more than one holiday. left of the location line, the date of claim .... .. $1.00 hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's location and the name of the locator. recorded For granting period of six Any person having a office, the locators, not less OrmNo. 2 post, on the side facing No. claim shall not have the right to lo- cale months within which to re- cord authorized than five in number, are 1 post, shah be inscribed the name another claim in the valley or $4.00 to meet and appoint one of their of the claim, the date of location, basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of number - as emergency recorder, and the name of the locator. ". days of locating first claim. ' a claim: who shall as soon as possible deliver the application and fees received to Title The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen days if located within ten For each additional entry .... .50 Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of- fice; For copies of any document re- corded If two or more persons own a the provisions of the Act with res- pect one additional day shall be al- lowed where same do not claim, each such person shall contri- bute to locating and recording a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios ..... ...r... $4.00 proportionately to his interest, claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. WhereXsuch copies exceed three to the work required to be done lor one year and shall have the ab-- , folios, 30 cents .. per folio for thereon, and when proven to the solute right of renewal from year Adjoining claims not exceeding every folio over three. Gold Commissioner that he has not to year- - thereafter, provided during eight in number may be grouped, ,For recording a power of at- - done so his interest may be vested each year he does or causes to be the necessary representation work torney to stake from one each claim then be per- formed for may ................ in the other co-own- ers. done $200.00 worth of work of the person $4. vu on. any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney claim, files with the Mining Recor- - , The survey of a claim made by a the claims in the group. to stake from two per- sons der within fourteen days after duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor .. . . . $8.00 expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim shall be accepted as defining For assignment recording an or boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the shall be made on Form "A" and for the absolutely other document relating to a work, and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-1- ". claim surveyed, provided the survey ' quartz mining, lease $3.00 fee.': . :. is approved by the proper author- ity No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- eral and remains unprotested during GROUPING claim granted under .- - more than pne claim in the same the period of advertisement. district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years.. $50.00 Under certain conditions claims mining Rental for renewal term of 21 A person about to undertake a may be grouped and the work re- quired The timber on a mineral claim is years $200.00 bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure to be performed to entitle, reserved until the Mining Recorder from the Mining Recorder to renewals of Dredging: the owner or owners certifies that the same is required written permission to record at his the several claims grouped may. be for use in mining operations on the A lease may be issued for a per- iod own risk a claim within six months. performed on any one or more of claim. The Commissioner, however, of fifteen years for a continuous If the stretch of river not exceeding ten the claims in the grouping.. of stand four feet issue a permit to holders A legal post must claims grouped dre owned by more . may miles in length giving the exclusive timbers faced other claims to remove the or above "the ground, squared a partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and than one person inches and for use in their mining operations, for the upper eighteen - joint and platinum. The lessee must have at inches across trie agreement creating & where other timber is not readily four measuring least dredge in operation on the several liability on the part of all one faced portion The post must be available. leasehold within three the owners for the joint working "of years. firmly fixed in the ground. the claims shall be executed and Title- - :" ""'7" 7 Petroleum and Natural Gas Priority of location shall be deem-- : filed with the Mining Recorder. Any person having complied with A lease' may be issued for a per- iod of right. Cer- tain of twenty-on- e years for an area ed to convey priority Taxes and Fees the provisions of the Act with re- gard be heard and de- termined of not to exceed 1,920 acres' giv ing disputes may and recording a to locating Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the. rate of two and the right to the petroleum and nat- ural by a hold it for claim shall be entitled to one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of gas on the area leased. A rent- al Grants of claims grouped or own- ed from the Yukon one year from the date of the record, all gold snipped is charged of 50 cents per acre by one person may be made re- newable Territory, shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, for the first year and $1.00 per acre provided during each year he does on the same date. , for each subsequent fear. causes to be done work on the or For grant to a claim for Office PLACER MINING $10-0- 0 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay one . year ' , shall, within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by water natural For renewal of grant Creeks means any satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, expiration of the year, average width of Tf" renewed within 14 days course having an Mining Recorder that the . work has where, gold exported from the Ter- ritory feet $10.00 and fifty date hundred after expiry less than one been done, and pay the Certificate will be purchased at its full between its banks. If after 14 days and within 3 ........ $30.00 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. Creek claims shall not exceed five months be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL. If after 3 months and within 6 may measured hundred feet in length, $45.00 work.. Controller. months along the base line, by one thousand - PAGE SIX THE WHITEHORSE STAR, W ITEIIORSE, YUKON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 NEW CENSUS FIGURES j... . ". ..v.iv,wvv.iv .-.v.v.-.-- .v:-:-:-:-:- .-...- .v.-. .j.y: :y::.--- f. :-:v.v- .:Wf::j v:;:w:tftfft PUBLISHED TWO PRAIRIE PROVINCES LOSE 7 SEATS. OTTAWA, Jan. 28. Canada's population at June 2, 1941, was 11,419,986, compared with 10,376.- - ,. 786 nt'sT931 and redistribution on the basisof the 1941 ligures will reduce ' IJouse of Commons mem- - V 1 bership by seven members, Trade Ministei Ion. J. A. MacKinnon an-- 1 ""nounced today. Saskatchewan. ;hich now has 21 BRITAIN'S NAVAL MIGHT II. M. S. "King George V" (35,000) Stemming Through a Rough Sea. seats in the Commons, will be r,e- - ' V" laid down in January 1937, carried Lord and Lady Halifax to Amer- ica, duced to 17 and Manitoba, now 17 H M s. "King George jeats, will'' be - reduced to 14, the' the occasion. being the first intimation to the world that the giant battleship wps r0mM Trade iunister said. actually in commission. 739 feet long, with a crew totalling 1,500, she carries four aircraft and one The Redistribution becomes elect- ive catapult and is armed with ten 14 inch guns, sixteen 55 guns, four mltiple pom-po- ms and everal for-the:- " next federal election smaller guns. Her speed exceeds 30 knots. decide to remain- - in office for its full permissible length of time, ,'.V.V.WV. need not.be before 1945. ; mmmm The House of Commons at present " has 245 seats andUhe -- setterar basis , Jjor-.-ttecidiri- g the number of., seats for each province. is- - based on populat- - ; " Tensas" "related to 65 seats for Que- - : hec. Thiswas. laid down T at Con- - i federation. ; Mr. MacKinnon ;; annouced - the ; 1941" populat io by provinces as ,fol- - lows with 1931 comparison: B, C 694,268 809,208 - BRITAIN'S CRUISER II. M. S. "EDINBURGH" CAN WITHSTAND 8-IN- CH SHELL FIRE. P. E. I. . N 88,038 93,919 Nova Scotia 5T2,846 573,190 In the vast war effort against the Axis heavier work falls on the cruisers of the British Fleet than N. Brunswick 408,219' 463,377 any other type of-shi- p in the Royal Navy, except destroyers. The 10,000-to- n cruiser H. M. S. "Edn-bur- gh Quebec 2,874,774 3,319,640 "s here seen carrying . out her arduous duties. Well-arm- ed with twelve 6-i- nch guns and four Ontario . ......... .. 3,431,683 3,756,632 ! 3-pou- nder guns and carrying six 21-in- ch torpedo tubes (tripled), she is equipped with four aircraft Manitoba . .. ... ... 700,139 722,447 j with 'one catapult and her armour is designed to withstand 8-i- nch shell fire. Saskatchewan 921,785 887,747 Alberta 731,605 878,393 He addressed the local committee Yukon ....... 4,230 4,687 meeting last night and left this N. W Terr. .. . . 9,204 10,661 morning by Y. S. A. T. plane on British Columbia retains its 16 I his return trip to the coast. , members and Alberta 17. j Charles Nestor, well-kno- wn Sul-- i Under redistribution the House of phur Creek individual miner, passed Commons will have 238 members, away in Vancouver last week. He distributed as folows," with thepre-se- nt ' was about 60 years of age and hail , division' in brackets: ed from Russia. He spent many i Prince Edward Island 4 (4); in the Yukon and was highly Nova Scotia 12 (12); New Bruns- wick years ) respected by all who knew him. 10 (10); Quebec 65 (65); Ont- ario Our Vancouver 82 (82); Manitoba 14 (17); correspondent writes that Mr. Spence, former well-kno- wn Saskatchewan 17 (21); Alberta 17 (17); British Columbia 1 6(16); and Dawson businessman, is tak-i- g Give Us Your Yukon 1 (1). life quietly in Vacouver and looks younger than ever. Pilot Alec Dame is arriving today BALORNE MINES LTD. TAKE OPTION ON YUKON with the Northern Airways plane Printing Orders TUNGSTON PROPERTY. and five passengers from Atlin who are leaving here by Y. S. A. ,T. It is reported that Cambrac Ex- ploration (plane for the Outside. On his re Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of bound turn trip for he Atlin. had. three passengers We have the tools Bralorne Mines Ltd., has taken an option on the property o fthe Can- adian The Y. S. A. T. plane piloted by Tungsten Co., located on Can- adian Capt. E. Kubicek with Ralph Oakes ! andequipment and Creek about 125 miles south as co-pil- ot arrived at the local air-- j of Dawson. The terms of the opt-.io- n port yesterday afternoon with three ! will do the work to have not been disclosed but the passengers for Atlin, Norman Den- - nison who now has charge of the I company's managerIr. Sharpstone states that most likely a crew will company's mechanical dept. for the j your comp lete sat i s -- faction. arrive by plane before the spring Western division and Miss Mac-- break-u- p in order that an early Lean who has arrived back in town j start may be made on working the from Edmonton and will remain property this coming Season. here in charge of the clerical work of the company's local office. Who High-clas- s Business Stati- onery said dreams never come true? Miss WHITEHORSE Butler was the stewardess. . is the Hallmark of a Don't forget the Hockey Club's First class Business House. dance 14th, on St. ' Valentine's Day, Feb- ruary Men of 30,40, 50 PEP. VIM, VIGOR, Mr. W. E. Thomson who has been Subnormil? in the Territory this, past week in X.StMX ?onic Tabled Contatoi Whitehorse Star his capacity as organizer for the' iul ""mulanta, oyster element- s- nT. . Pe? 30. 40 or 50. forthcoming Second - Victory Loan x introductory size for only oo,oi ' o.,' Kaolr in ' tnwn todav k-f.J0.0"- 13! PP Vim "Where Quality Counts" w.v. oojc ai an gooa amg stores. from Dawson yesterday afternoon FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th 1942 THE WHITEHORSE ' T STWMTEHORSE. YUKON l-Al- .h k.v By Order of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board Every Person or Firm is Required to Have a Licence 1. if engaged in the business of buying for resale or selling any commodity; or 2 if engaged in the business of supplying any of the following services: the supplying of electricity, gas, steam or water; telegraph wireless or telephone services; the transportation of goods or persons; the provision of dock, harbour, or pier facilities; warehousing or storage; undertaking or embalming; ' laundering, cleaning, tailoring, or dressmaking; hairdressing, barbering, or beauty parlour services; plumbing, heating, painting, decorating, cleaning, or renovating; repairing of any kind; the supplying of meals, refreshments or beverages; the exhibiting of motion pictures; process manufacturing on a custom or commission basis. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY APPLIED FOR OR OBTAINED A WARTIME . PRICES AND TRADE BOARD LICENCE UNDER A PREVIOUS LICENSING ORDER, YOU SHOULD NOT APPLY AGAIN Why Licence Applications Should Be Made At Once Apart from the legal requirements, licensing of The name of every person who has been granted a your business will enable the Board to advise you licence or who has already applied for a licence is quickly and fully of the price ceiling regulations being placed on the Board's mailing list. Your name that affect your business. will be added when your application is received. To Get Your Licence WHAT THE LAW REQUIRES YOU TO DO 1. Get an application form at your nearest post office; After March 31, 1942, any official, representative, or 2. Complete the application and mail it, postage investigator of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board free. There is no licence fee. may require you to produce your Licence Identifica- tion Card if you are subject to this licensing order. 3. You will receive by mail a Licence Identification Card bearing your licence number; After March 31, 1942, you must notify the Director of Licensing of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board, Ottawa, in writing, quoting your licence number, of Those Who Do Not Need a Licence any change in the name, address, or character of your business within 10 days of such change. 1. farmers, gardeners, livestock or poultry producers, and fishermen, unless buying goods for resale. You must retain your Licence Identification Cord as 2. employees of a person or firm which is itself it will remain in effect, unless suspended or conceited, subject to licence. as long as the Maximum Prices Regulations continue.' If you are, already licensed, a Licence Identification 3. operators of private boarding houses. . Card, valid for the duration of these Regulations, will NOTE: Persons who have already applied for or be automatically mailed' to you before March 31, obtained a Wartime Prices and Trade Board 1942. You need not apply for a renewal and there is 1 licence should not apply again. no licence fee. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF LICENSING, WARTIME PRICES AND TRADE BOARD, AT THE NEAREST OF THE FOLLOWING CITIES: VANCOUVER, EDMONTON, REG INA, WINNIPEG, TORONTO, MONTREAL, HALIFAX, SAINT JOHN OR CHAR LOTT ETO W N Issued under the Authority of THE WARTIME PRICES AND TRADE BOARD, Ottawa, Canada PAGE EIGHT Ml HE WII1TEII0KSE STAR. WJIITEIIORSE, YUKON . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1942 Local Happpnings ENGLISH Pilot Alec. Dame of Northern Air- ways AWARE Don't forget to put your clocks CHIN 'Ltd., arrived from Carcross forward one hour. Sunday night in Wednesday with ;Bert Ricoff as order wake -- 1 up Monday morning passenger and remained in town on D. S. T. over night. '."'':..;,;, .'.'';.''; )'" '';-;:.- -:'; .''V::.'?.;.' '. We have now a very fine assort- ment Last week a new truck arrived The Dawson plane arrived Sun-- 1 lor the W. V. & Y. H. and is now day at the local airport with Messrs. of this beautiful Chinaware in operation. Chapman and Butterworth. as pas- sengers. which is becoming more hard to They are leaving for the day. t procure every Don't forget to mail your Valen- tine Outside by Y. S. A. T. ROYAL ALBERT CROWN ROYAL CROWN DERBY cards in time to reach their destination on the time-honour- ed Messrs. D. T. McPhee, D. H. CHINA Cups arid Saucers Februaiy Hth. Carrington and E. Bjorge of the Y. Plates. ' S. A. T. arrived from Edmonton Cups and Saucers Wednesday and will be remaining Cream and Sugars BELLEEK CHINA CIIILLCOTT To Mr. and , Mrs. of! here in the company's service.' Tea Pots. Cups and Saucers,; Etp. G. T. Chillcott (nee" Sue Cook), S9G3 W. 20th Ave., at the Vancou- ver Capt. Don Patry brought the Y. General Hospital, Jan. 17, 1942, S. A. T. plane in on Monday With a son, Vancouver Province. George Milne his co-pil- ot and Miss TAYLOR1DRURY Ltd ' . d 1 Butler stewardess. Mr. G. Bjod, A. R. 'Happy" LePage 'took de-- one of ' the company's mechanics, livery of a fine new R-- 2 "Cat" was also on the ship and will be (.dozer, type) last week and has left , remaining here. with a heavy load of ..freight for THE STRANGE CASE OF THE along as the hoses were just put points clown the river. Is "Happy" On Monday pilot , Alec. " Dame AMBITIOUS HOCKEY PLAYERS back and said: Are we ready yet? happy!. brought the- - Northern Airways No, the Executive said, wearen't fr plane in witih Messrs. G. E ..George, ready yet. ' Rev. Father Danto, O. M. I. left I G- - McSporran and O. Soille all of j (With apologies to Ogden Nash) Next' week the Executive and two Saturday with his dog team on his : Telegraph . Creek, as passengers. Once upon a tirrte tkeTriTwaT an en- thusiastic players put down the blue-line- s, return trip to Teslin where he haS!They are leaving ' by Y. S. A. T. bunch of hockey play-- fixed up the club house and a charge of the Catholic Mission there. lor tne Outside... ers. :. ; high wire fence and put on the They all had skates and one of (hem During his stay in town he was the " second "flooding. 1 had an old Whitehorse hokey cuest.: of Jlis Excellency Bishop j FLIGHT LIEUT. E. T. NASH - r Along came two hundred players Coudert. . sweater, and said: Are we ready yet? FORMERLY MEDICAL 0 they got together and elected a No, the Executive said, ;we aren't MAYO President, PRACTITIONER Mr. T. C. .Richards, having re- ceived ready yet. elected Vice-Preside- nt They even a ARRIVES IN ENGLAND. Next week was . the 15th, so the an urgent call to head office, vand a Secretary. has left by Y. S. A. T. plane Treasurer stood outside the bank Flight Lieut. E. T. W. Nash, for- mer Oh yes, they elected a Treasurer and for Calgary accompanied by Mrs. caught one small boy sneak- ing .tOO. Richards.-- . They will be making a medical practitioner in. Mayo, : ' 1 out the back way, so he got. They decided to collect fees .and Yukon, and has reach- ed Vancouver, one fee, and of course he got his t rip to the coast to visit w ith Babe ' and Cecil before returning and ex- pect the Old Coutry for medical work play hockey. own fee and the fees of all the overseas. He joined the R. C. A. F., The first week the Executive and a Executive. to be back home in again, player or two cleaned oixt the in August, 1940. Also with about three weeks' time. serving Next week it snowed hard and the the R.C.A.F., overseas is his brother snow at the rink, slushed the Executive and one . player turned Andrew, who graduated from U. B. j sides, and put up some flood- lights. out Friday, Saturday and ; Sunday Weather conditions have again : C. last and is ! year now training as morning By Sunday game time disrupted airline traffic during the a . radio techician. Flight Lieut, j .Along came a player and said: with the help of two -- spectators, past week. With these atmospheric Nash was stationed for some time in AreAve ready yet? ..: all the snow was cleared off. conditions now "tightening -- up" , it . is Ottawa, where his., wife now 'resides. No, the Executive said, we aren't ' '.' '.'''.;" '... 1 1 , . more than likely that airline' ser- vices He is the son 'of Mrs. W .T. Nash, ' ready yet. Now, thought the Executive, we will be able to maitain their 4378; West Eleventh. The Treasurer got- - a receipt ftook, won't disappoint those three regulation schedules, ' j " took out , his fountain pen, filled hundred players. So they got the fire going and had a nice new jxxnixxxxxxxi;: IIIIlTTlTT it, and went in search of some players. puck all ready, and everything and W. II. THEATRE But the players easily clodged him were all set to say. Yes, we're all Christ Church-Anglica- n- Whitehorse Yukon and came to the ' rink and said: ready now. Let's have a game. , "" " Are we ready yet? ..:' And no one turned up. : Showing this v week : : Whitehors', No, the Executive said we aren't (THE OLD LOG CIILUCih JOEL McRAE ready yet. ' ... .- - FOR SALE Mercury, radio consoio Rev. L. G. Chappell, L ,rih. ; . IN' Then the Executive called in. the model in first-cla- ss condition. 1 Rector. Treasurer, caught an unwary player Six Tube, Electric Eye, Good Tone. and put on the first flood. Cost $125. Sale price $60. " Apply SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1942 Foreign One hundred players . . happened Star Office. - ,.30 a. m. Holy Communion. 10.00 a. m Sunday School Correspondent 11.00 a. m. Morning Wayer.-- 1 The Thrills Spectacle of the Year. 7.30 p. m, Evening Prayer , and Sermon. in.. ': ' Wednesday & Saturday at 8 p. m. JUST RECEIVED I1XM1XUULSIIXT.IZIIXXXXXJ3 OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT A shipment of Fancy Paper Serviettes' in Cocktail and Bridge Catholic Church January 1942 sizes- - Come and see these new and dainty patterns. Rev.. Father Jr J. Adam, O M. I. 29 Thursday 17 5 CONGRESS PLAYING CAE DS . . - . , ......;" - 30 Friday ...... 17 12 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1942 31 Saturday 15 12 Latest designs in shigle and double deck fancy hoxos'. 8.Q0 a m. Communion Mass. February NICE SELECTION OF VALENTINES. 10.30 a. m. Mass and Sermon. 1 Sunday 17 8 7.30 p. m. Rosary and flenedicion 2 Monday 21 ,12 H. G. MACPHERSON Until further notice all services 3. Tuesday 21, X will be held in the Church. . 4 Wednesday .. 22. 8 TRY THII DRUG STORE FIRST fTTTTTTTTITTttItlliriULLXJ The denotes degrees helow zero.