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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 13, Friday, March 27th, 1942.

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Frc-- aw: """ CfRCULATIHO THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY WO Vol. 42. No. 13. WHITEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1942 k if if Subscription $3.00 Year. TilB EE LARGE PARTIES HITLER RECALLS THE SEVEN DAY WEEK IN PERCY RANSOM FARMER TO BE EMPLOYED ON GENERALS HE DISMISSED SHIPYARDS NOW IN BANK MANAGER AT ' CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAN'T DO WITHOUT THEM OPERATION AT COAST. MAYO DIES AT COAST. B. 0. ALASKA HIGHWAY It is common knowledge that the The seven-da- y week threes holi-campai- gn MAYO Word has been received The construction of the B. C-- in Russia has been going days throughout the year went into here that Percival J. F, Ransom of ipska Highway will be " carried out i cm bad to worse for the Ger- - , ' . ' , . , , Merritt and Vancouver, died whilst ,. ..... . effect at the shipyards on the coast ly three parties, two of which will mans since Hitler summarily dis- - attempting to give first aid to Cal- vin last Saturday- - The three holidays be working out of Whitehorse and. vssed his army generals and tried Cadwallader a swamper, on u the other out of Dawson Cereklto il alone" " is therefore not . are Christmas, New YearuT Labor large tractor who was killed on a northwards. The general plans are i at all surprising to learn via Swit Dy. According to arrangements construction job on Vancouver Is- land. teing prepared under the supervisi- on zerland that he has recalled these made the rrer wili be paid time arid Ransom was at the time of of General generals and that they are now in j his death time-keep- er and first aid Brigadier Sturdevant, a haf , for the four hours of each of the. office conference with him devising ways attendant for the General Con- struction chief troops division, week-en- d. The stagger system will and means for the conduct of the Company. of the chief engineers but the act- ual be adopted in jrcier to assure the construction is to be carried out forthcoming spring offensive. Gen- eral Deceased was . well-kno- wn in the tinder the direction of Colonel W. Rommel, who commanded the shipyards' seven tiays' continuous Territory being formerly manager work end each employee his six-Ja- y M. Hoge, with a battery of several German forces in Libya and n re- garded of the Mayo branch of the Bank of thousand U. S. army men. as one of Germany's best veek. All pet sons .working on Montreal. He was 46 years of agj strategists, is stated to be now it: .hey thiee designated holidays 'will and is survived by his widow, who -- -- b . pai i double time. BerlinT is on the nursing staff at Tran J S. WOODSWORTH CO-FOUND- ER quille Sanitarium, a daughter OF C. a F. PARTY Gwendolyn, a son Ronald, his father IN CANADA DIED IN Local who lives at Langley Prairie, two VANCOUVER SATURDAY. Happenings brothers and two sisters. Mr. J' S. Woodsworth, a, promin- ent J. Lemieux, arrved from the George 3evore of Fort Selkirk SURVEY OF MANPOWER and colorful figure in Canadian toast Tuesday on a visit to his arrived by plane last Friday and THROUGHOUT DOMINION political life, passed away in Van- couver cousin A. R. Happy" LePage. left Saturday by Y. S. A. T. plane COMMENCES NEXT MONTH. last Saturday night at the Mr. and Mrs. J. Gaudin arrived for the coast. age of 68 He ceased his train after Mr. and Mrs. Backe arrived in years. po- litical on Tuesday's spending Hon. Humphrey Mitchell, Minis- ter activities a few years ago due he winter at the coast. town cn' Tuesday's tran and left of Labor, is reported to hao. to ill health and was critically ill Alterations are being made at the later by plane for Mayo. stated in Vancouver last week that for a short time prior to his passing Don Roxborough of.Atlin arrived Whitehorse Inn Cabaret at the pre- sent the Federal government intended in in town Tuesday and expects to be a Vancouver hospital. time. In the meantime it is making a survey of Canadian man- power Born near Toronto in 1874 the son "business as usual." working here for the season.. to determine the best place of Rev. J. W. Woodsworth, D.D., he C. J. Vifciuain : arrived in town for every workman in the Dominion Mrs. W. arrived from Taylor ' Tuesday alter spending the winter was educated at Wesley College, in order that Canada's, waf indus- tries Marsh Lake Dam this week and is Outside and left for Dawson the fol .Winnipeg, and was ordained in 1896. all-o- ut may be put on an pro- duction the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Norman day. Believing in the necessity of practi- cal whilst - iowmg ' basis. The survey will v Afnrray in town. j . Mr Eugene Jacquot '. who left Christianity he became actively ' Commence on April 1st. "Mikp Nirhnlsnn who Worked on ...'.i 4...' 4 ul interested ---- -- - UM c iP i in politics eventually Prointt rSZLl "a the -l- ocal airport last year-arrive- d rived. back in town Tuesday en back in town Tuesday for Jhe sea- son. route to his home at Kluane. whitehorse boy leader of the Co-operat- ive Com- monwealth " . . A. R. "Happy" LePage arrived Makes good in Federation . As such he became known Party. from one Next, week:end will be Easter back home this week having com- pleted THE R C A- - F. Local stores now have on display a the work on the U. S. army end of the Dominion to the other. variety of seasonable gifts .To avoid planes wrecked beyond Watson Once agian a Whitehorse boy He was held in the greatest esteem disappointment do your shopping Lake. makes, good. We are informed that by his political followers and was early. Mr. V. I. Hahn, supt. of the rail in a special R .C. A. F. course for highly respected by all. Mr. Owen Williams arrived back division W. P. & Y. R. was in town pilots Trask Johnson ranked first in home from his vacation trip to i for a couple of days this week re- - his class. It will be remembered IF THE GERMAN SPRING Dawson on Wednesday and will be turning to Skagway yesterday that last fall Trask ranked high it; OFFENSIVE REVEALS SIGNS back in harness again Monday at morning. ' , a class of 55 when he secured , his OF WEAKNESS POISON the N. C. store. The Y. S. A. T. plane piloted by "wings." He is now engaged in Fred Young, a B. Y. N. Co., Capt. Ralph Oakes and D. Angus spotting enemy submarines on the GAS MAY BE USED- - engineer, arrived from the coast arrived with a full load of passeng- ers East coast of Canada. Tuesday and will be working in the on ' Wednesday including Messrs Observers both in Lond and "n machine shop at the shipyard until J. Connolly and J. W- - Wall of, the B. C. ALASKA HIGHWAY Moscow believe the Germans will navigation opens. Dept. of Transport. TO REVERT TO CANADA ' Fesort to the use of poison gas in The private plane of the Hudson's Lieut. May of the Canadian Army SIX MONTHS AFTER ' the event , of their sptin, offensive Bay Co., with H. Meiler as pilot, Signals Corps arrived by plane from TERMINATION OF WAR disclosing pigns of failure.. Com- menting arrived . at the local , airport last Mayo yesterday afternoon and will on' this belief Sir Edmund week-en- d and Mr. Milne, one of the be stationed at the government In, the exchange of notes made Ironsides points out that the use of company's officials on b ard Mr. radio station here for the future. public by Acting Secretary of State such gas . by the enemy will illus- trate Milne is here on his annual inspect- ion Sumner Welles it is revealed that weakness on theirpart and trip in the Territory. OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT the B. C.-ALa- ska Highway now be- ing may rebound upon themselves as it SKAGWAY,- - AlaskaN March 26.--Th- is constructed with American., did when "used in the first Great fire the funds will be morning destroyed March maintained by the U. War. cabin and contents of Charles La 19 Thursday 32 15 S. government for six months" after-th- e Rue pioneer resident of Skagway, 20 Friday 22 3 termination of the war and will Mr. Wilson, head of the Dept. of formerly in U. S. Immigration ser- vice 21 Saturday 11 8 then revert to Canada. Transport arrived at the local air- port here. ' Mr. LaRue was a col 122, Sunday 8 12 -- o .Monday fn his private plane lector of old violins. His collection j 23 Monday 12 31 Jim Saborne, son of the chef at Piloted by J. D. Hunter. He had as of a dozen, some of them of great , 24 Tuesday 18 6 the Whitehorse Inn Cal'e. arrived Kin guesi . A. L-oion- ei f 1 " t juneu -- V 1 1 A oi wasn-'ngto- n 1 value, was burned in the fire. Mr. 25 Wednesday 34 5 from the coast Tuesday and is in- - D. C. LaRue was uninjured. I denotes degrees below zero. stalled as nightman at the. Inn. PAGE TWO THE WHITEHORSE STAR. WIHTEIIORSE- - YUKON FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1942 people in the north nowadays. It is a cry in the wilderness which so far has gone unheeded at Ottawa yet the residents of Whitehorse more "Vole ot thm Yukon than doubled their, quota in the re- cent An , Independent Journal Second Victory Loan campaign and were the first to pass their 1 ! quota in the B. C.-Yuk- on division. Published every Friday at Whitehorse, Yukon Territory DAWSON The 'White Pass and Yukon Route SKHSSiHSSiHHHiiiHiiaBM On the Trail of 98 Al Siems has left for Quartz The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to I Creek to open the companyls mess house there. Yukon Territory, Atlin -- District and Interior Alaska- - I Member of Canadian Weekly Newspapers'' Association. Jim Greco is leaving for Lovett AIRPLANE SERVICE Gulch to assist-wit- h some work at I HOK ( i: E. MOOKK - - Publisher Louis Bjoggis's claim. , plane service, making connections northbound and south-boun- d with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, Let us have faith that right makes Struan Higgins "with a very dis- tinguished Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For informatioji I might; and in that faith let us to chin adornment" has ar- rived ' apply to any' .' ::v:;v 2.:.';;' the end dare to do our duty as we in town from Dawson Creek understand it. i, Lincoln. where he spent the winter. WHITE P A S S AGE N T, o r MARCH 27th, 1942 f Mrs. Jack Patterson of North 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B, C. Fork was in town last week on a (O short visit. D. B. Ryan and Harold DIFFICULT DAYS AHEAD Hoffman, also of North Fork, are here on a business trip. In addressing the annual meeting of the New Westminster Board of Several young men around town THERE IS NO OTHER T O B.A C C O Trade last week, the Hon. W. C have recently received notification. J U ST LIKE 01 DC H U M Woodward, Lieutenant-Govern- or of ; IePor,Lf.9r...milita.ry ing and win ue leaving ror tne uutsiae in British Columbia is reportedL-to-ha- ve the near future. stated "We will be bombed heretj not in three months certainly in six. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bishop, who em 08 Atom, Ote flntite:) We are going to suffer and we &i jare spent the : -"-w- inter the -- Sixtymile ft) fore vCTSv (fttril srrxrrriP -- v - to made to take"itrrT7;'.' going be; Camp, have arrived back in town The people of North America have Frank Friedle, also of Sixtymile, is i .b s. A) not been given any special vaisper.-natio- n due to arrive shortly." w, to escape from the horrors ' of war. The United Nations will .- --v. : j- -, ' It is reported that men will be riot lose the war, but difficult days leavings for Quartz ' Creek - lie ahead. The Dills are not frVvinu very " ' , ' 1- - V-li- fit 1 . - tt 4- - y- -v n r m i 4- - linnet ? 4 itAl to be sugar-coate- d; they are gouig 7lJ' w tm,jr ,,ul .WUI " to be bitter to swallow -- before me cireage locaiea mere in readi- ness M V l.L If If I . v -- m J 1- -. ,-fj- naJ, for - I I 1 l II In I N. W I this ' .operation season.- - victory is achieved." rr"- - f " . .1 .- - Not long ago we were, informed that the Nipponese" had contemplat- ed A radiogram was received by 6 sMK George, Kerr, last .week stating that attacking Alaska by way of - the Aleutian Islands simultaneously Mrs. Robillard," mother of William Delage, had passed away .at Oklee, with the attack nnnn Pparl Harhnnr nnw ;;.-- u "T; Minnesota, on March 12 Deceased was a resident of Daw'son., in the stated, prevented such attack being early, days but left here made. That's how near we in the several . ' " . .v.: fll .- -,-mr y, north came (to becoming invoved in years ago to reside-tfutsid- e. that tragic incident. -- O- I f 1 II I " o-- n Assuming that the Lieutenant- - T3Bea6well.yuk6n corp. , Governor of British Columbia to cease operating speaks with a knowledge onhe light plant at mayo. facts and bearing in mind ton con templated attack upon Alaska last It is reported that the Treadwell December it is reasonable to con- jecture Yukon Gold Corporation Ltd., has that if British Columbia' is formally notified its patrons that it auacKea ny enemy totce3 we in the contemplates discontinuing the The Tobacco of Quality north will ; likewise suffer. In fact operation of its electric light plant it is quit?-withi- n the range of pos- sibility in Mayo in the near future. if not . probability that the w 930093 rase me rane o attack would first be made in tne north before at the coast due to the BRITAIN'S WHIRLWIND Off? (IRB 0S5G3 ideal weather conditions of almost NEW FIGHTER PLANE continued daylight that lie ahead of ON PUBLIC DISPLAY. us. In such an event it is not dif- ficult to Realize how important a Last Friday the hew British part Whitehorse would be necessar fighter -- plane, the Whirlwind, was lIlIIIIIIIIIXIIIIZHlXIIiriTIIXItTTIITTTTTTTTTTTTTTT- - ily called upon to playT Only on public display r ox the first time. those who live in the north or who It is a two-engin- ed single-seat- er 2 Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. have an intimate knowledge of con plane-equip- ped with four canpon ditions here can fully realize the and is reported .faster than the Will be pleased to consult range of possibilities as far as this Spitfire type. Although just re- leased M part of the Dominion is concerned. from the you regarding , H secret list the With such conditions facing us Whirlwind has been in action for Light Power. Supplies and Installations & how can the protection of the Yu- kon sometime having already been re- sponsible H by remote control be justified for the destruction of H H anylonger? That , is a question M thirty enemy aircraft in the air and WHITEHORSE, Y. M T. which is much in the minds of the on the ground. H rillXXIIIIXHIIIIIIIirilllliriTTITITTTTTTTTTTTTT-nrr- J FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1942 THE .WIT I TE H ORSE STAR, WHITEIIORSE, YUKON PAGE THREE KEV. W- - W. VALENTINE PONTOON BUKCET LINE RECEIVES APPOINTMENT DREDGE PURCHASED IN AS CHAPLAIN TO.H. M. CALIFORNIA TO BE EASIER CAN DY FORCES. OPERATED AT CLEAR CREEK. Rev. W. W. Valentine, F .ctor of St. Paul's Pro-Cathedr- al, has re- ceived Mr. Ernest N. Patty, general man- ager The Ideal Gift for HER his appointment as Chaplain of Spruce Creek Placers Ltd., Forces and will be His Majesty's jn i operating at Atlin, B. C., and of passing through Whitehorse some-t.m- a Clear Creek Placers Ltd., and Can- adian Welch's Chocolates this week route for Tor- onto en Alluvials, Ltd. in the Yukon to assume his duties. Territory (commonly known as the lur. Valentine has been the Rector General McRae interests ) purchased and Candy of St. Paul's for almost a year and "" a new pontoon-buck- et line dredge only a week or so ago presented to in California last Fall which will" be Also Novelty Chocolate Hen's Eggs Pt. W. Bishop Geddes a splendid assembled, Clear Creek on as soon confirmation class of- - eighteen ap- plicants and Easter Bunnies. as weather conditions permit. -- This v for enrolment members as dredge will be operated in addition of the Church of England in Can- ada. to -- the hydraulic and dragline equip- ment On Display'Monday Morning During his regtorship Mr. already in use on the property. Valciitine ,uas taken an active in- terest The owners of the above companies So Shop Early. both in church activities and are also carrying on dredging oper- ations life and welfare of the ' social the . ' on Coal Creek and Wood-chopp- er .; community. .; ' (- - Creek in Alaska. Northern Commercial Co. Ld. WHAT TO DO IN . . WIIEN WILL TIIE WAR END? CASE OF AIR RAIDS. YTYrYTTTYrryTTrTTTTTTIXtXZlXIIIIIIXlXXXXXXTZXXrCUUg, 1.. . As soon as bombs start drop- ping The following, interesting clippinr run like h . It doesn't mat- ter is from an eastern newspaper. The subscriber who. sent it in said "You RUN. It Butter 'where so long as you Fresh you are inside a building run out- side; Can't Beat This." if outside run inside. " Hitler Mussolini Stalin Cured r Try BURNS and Came to power 1933 1922 4924 Shamrock Brand Ovamci) butter Year Born 1 889 1 883 - 1 879 Meats Eggs when ai: raid sirens Years in power 9 20 18 sound the" warning attacY. For rmple:: (a) If rin a bakery grab a Age in 1942 53 59 63 pie; (b) If in a tavern, a bot- - 3834 3884 38p.4 Rums' Famous Shamrock Brand Products le. (c) ir in, grap a Dionae Churchill Roosevelt 3. If you find an unexploded pick it lip and shake it well; Year Born 1873 182 the firing pin may be stuck I Came to power '1940 1933 99 No Better Years in power 2 9 "You Can Buy . 4. If this doesn't work, place in The Fire Age in 1942 . 69 60 the" bomb the furnace. ( department : will take charge later.) 5. If an incendiary bomb is 3884 3884 Limited found burning in a building, throw 1 Divide 3884 by 2 (opposing "Burns & Company groups) and the result is 1942. Fig- ure ome-gasoli- ne "on it You cant put this out for yourself. C.H.A. TXXXXXXXXXXX TTTTTTYTTI tXXXXXXJUU, H 1 1 X X H X IXXZXXtXXJC - it-ouLany- how so you might just as well have some fun.. " 11 " " ' vi (a "It .no gas is available, throw busket of water on : it and lie down you're dead,. (b ) The properties of the bomb Best "free the hydrogen from the water Your Mearest and with ratherrapift combustion (in . l . : - -- . .. ::faet:: it will" exDlode "withalluva-- f crash.) MARKET ! 6. : Drink heavily, eat onions, FUR limbufger, cheese and all sorts of stuff before entering a crowded shelter This will make you un- popular with the crowd in y 6ur im-medi- ate v Furs consigned to us ar sold in Open Auction .to eliminating un- necessary vicinity, discomforture that would 1942 Buyers, who 'bid for Furs in Auction Sales, evervulieiv. "be more prevalent if people crowd- ed You arc thus assured of Top Market . Prices- - too close. ' ' " '' ' - -- - ' ; '.'. 7. If you should be the victim of AUCTION SALE DATES a direct hit don't go to pieces,, lie ' We make liberal cash advances on shipments awail-in- - still and you won't be noticed.. 8th 8. Knock the air raid wardens . April sale, when requested. OurelliuK Hiai-- es uw lowr down if they start to tell you what May ... ... 7th Kemittances are' sent Immediately a sale is concluded. to do. They always save the best 7h seats for themselves and their July, friends anyway. August 25th WE INVITE YOUR Exchange. CORRESPONDENCE SUNDAY A NATIONAL . DAY OF PRAYER" BY -J- - - . , REQUEST OP H. M. THE KING Sales Edmonton Fur Auction The Secretary of State for Can- ada announced last Friday that a proclamation was being issued set- ting LIMITED Sunday, March 29, as a nat- ional Alberta day of prayer. The procla- mation Edmonton is being issued at the re- quest of H. M. the King. PAGE FOUR THE W I IITEIIOHSE ST A K. V!I ITEf IORSE- - YUKON. FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1942 feet on each side of the base line:, Registration of any document $2.00 Wfien $500.00 has been expended Other claims shall not ; exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav. hundred fee), in --length by one" thou- sand if it affects more than one claim V ing a survey , made, and upon com. feet in depth. Claims shall be - For each additional claim ... $1.00 lying with other requirements, db. tain a lease for a term cf twenty. as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title : form and shall be ' marked by two For first entry ' ...:U: $2.00 one years with the right to renewal legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry ...... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e Law Synopsis of Mining claim, , numbered "1" and '.'. "2" re-- For copy of Document j years. Claims located prior to July spectively. Location posts of creek Up to 200 words $2.50 7, 1917 may upon fulfilling similar Yukon Territory . claims shall be placed on the base For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be Crown Granted. line, and of all other claims parallel For grant of water Leases, renewals of leases, and to the base line, and on the side of For 50 inches or less 1......... $10.00 documents relating to leased claims the claim nearest the creek or river For 50 to 200 inches .......... $25.00 shall be recorded with the Mining Any person eighteen .years of age towards which it fronts. if For 200 to 1,000, inches ; ... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. or over shall have the r'hlto enter, For each additional 1,000 inches a Schedule of Fees A discoverer shall be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon any or fraction thereof ............. $50.00 claim .... ...... Recording $1000 claim 1,500 -- feet in length, and a every lands in the Yukon Territory, party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For a substitutional record .. $10.00 whether .vested in llie Crown or ' each of 1,250 feet in length. .' . .. - A :;" ; ,: ' '.. : : ,A: .': Ay Application for a lease $10.00 .otherwise, for the minerals defined' Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve in the Yukon Quart Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims" in good standing at the time ments .' ....... 5.00 ;md 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 A with certain reservations set out in allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- ment be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date a..'- - ; ... $5.00 tiit said Acts. does' not interfeie with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within rights of other persons or terms of 1,500 feet in width. : three months , . $15.00 No shall, enter for mining person any agreement with the crown. ; If after three months and with purposes or shall mine upon lands Every claim shall be marked on owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one in six months .,.'' ..... $25.00 until "adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder at each extremity of the location Recording every certificate of been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and v "2" respects of work .... $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss e- ndamage if within ten miles of the Recorder's ively. On the side of No. 1 post For a" certificate of partnership $5.00 which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- lowed facing No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- ment, caused. - for eyery additional ten miles the name of the claiin, a letter in- dicating affidavits, or any other document ............... . . . . $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be the direction to No. 2 post, ' Where claims are being located If document affects more than located on Sunday or any public the number of feet to the right or which are situated more than one one claim, for each additional holiday. left of the location line, the date of hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's claim . . V. ..... ..... . . $1.00 location and the name of the locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six On No. 2 the No. post, on side Jacing than live in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- cate months within v which to re 1 post, shall be inscribed the name to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or cord - ... ........ $4.00 of the claim, the date of location, number as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of and the of the locator. who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. . name a a claim: A 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 ddcument 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 $4.00 proportionately to his interest claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed three to the work required to be done-thereon- , for one year and shall have the ab- solute folios, 30 cents per folio for and when to the proven Adjoining claims : not exceeding right of renewal from folio , year every over three. Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number be to year thereafter, provided may grouped, For during recording a power of at- torney done so his may be vested interest the work representation in the other each year he does or causes to be necessary to stake from one co-owne- rs.. done $200.00 worth of work of the for each claim may then be per- formed person ........ ... ... . . , . $4.00 The of claim made claim, files with the on. any one or more of the survey a by a Mining Recor- der For recording a power of attor- ney duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the claims in the group. to stake from two per- sons shall be accepted as. defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim . - ... $8.00 absolutely . the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the shall be made on Form "A" and for For recording, an assignment or claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the "required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-1- ". other document relating to a is approved by the proper author- ity fee. quartz mining lease $3.00 and remains unprotested during GROUPING No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- eral the period of advertisement. more than one claim in the same claim granted under A person about to undertake a. Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years: . $50.00 may be grouped and the Rental fnr- - tvtAiim1 n l 01 work re- quired bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure The timber on a mineral claim is from the Recorder to be performed to entitle years ... .. ...... $200.00 Mining reserved until the Mining Recorder written permission to record at his the the owner or owners to renewals of certifies that the same is required Dredging own risk a claim within six months. several claims grouped may be for use in mining operations on the A lease may be issued for a per- iod performed on any one or more of claim. The of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the Commissioner, however, issue to holders of stretch of river not exceeding ten may a permit above the claims ground, 'squared or freed grouped are owned by more other claims to remove the timbers miles in length giving the exclusive for the than . upper eighteen inches and one person a partnership " for use in their mining operations right to dredge for gold, silver and measuring four inches across the agreement creating a joint and where other timber is not readily platinum. The lessee must have at faced portion. The oost must be several liability on the part of all least one dredge in the available. . operation on firmly fixed in the the ground. owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years. the claims shall be executed aid . a Title Priority of location shall be deem- ed filed with the Mining Recorder. Petroleum and Natural Gas to convey priority of right. Cer- tain Any person having complied with A lease may be issued for a per- iod disputes be heard and de- termined Taxes and Fees may the provisions of the Act with re- gard oi twenty-on- e years for an area by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and to locating and recording a of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving Grants of claims grouped or own- ed one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for the right to the petroleum ahdvnat- -' by one person may be made re- newable all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record, ural gas on the area leased. A rent- al on the same date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, is charged of 50 cents per acre provided during each year he does r for the first year and $1.00 per acre PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for or causes to be done work on the for each subsequent year. Creeks means any natural water one ;year ................. $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay Office For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after the An course having an average width of Assay Office is maintained by Tf renewed within 14 days expiration of the year, satisfy the the Government less than one hundred and fifty feet at Vancouver, between its banks. after expiry date .. $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from the Tei If after 14 days and within 3 been done, and pay the Certificate ritory will be purchased at its full Creek, claims shall not exceed five months $30.00 of Work fee. Ohe hundred dollars value. hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 may be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL. iiiojig the base line, by one thousand months . . . $45.00 work. ' Controller. FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1942 THE ? WHITEIIORSE STAR. WHITEIIORSE. YUKON PAGE FIVE SAVE TIME BY AIR I AIR MUl I PASSENGERS AIR EXPRESS TO Vancouver 8.00 a. m. Leave ; . WHITEIIORSE V BRITISH BEAUFORT TORPEDO BOMBER OF THE R. A. F. COASTAL COMMAND Arrive 3.30 p. m. 5.30 Arrive Beaufort torpedo bombers of the Costal Command of the British Royal Air Force have scored great p. m. VANCOUVER and occupied ports, notbaly at La Pallice, the western French susses in raids on enemy ship Leave 7.30 a m. port where the German battlesh i "Sdwnhorst" was bombed by the R. A. F. During a recent, bomb- ing had to dodge in and out of the quayside cranes, attack there a Beaufort flew so low that the pilot $99 $180 German flag floating from a building above ami the gunner looking up from his turret, could see a One ' Return way him . . Here a Bea'HTort is seen startinc on to .seaiwi : - - (Plus Tax) - nwrtAAVXrt1 i m i C. C. F. CONVENTION AT orotection and (5) The taking of COAST DEMAND AN mmediate steps to increase effici- ency 3 Flights Weekly ALL-OU- T WAR EFFORT. in production of equipment Every required to further strengthen the Monday, Wednesday,, Boyond The British Columbia section o! Pacific defences and supplying the Saturday. . the C. .C. F. party at its three-da- y ieeds of existing battle fronts. Comparison 'onvention held in Vancouver last "To this end" the resolution stat- ed TO week came out flat-foot- ed for an all-o- ut "we urge the advisability of war effort. They also advocate "orming an international production Edmonton R.e.D6uMe jvacuation of children from the -- ouncil on which labour is adequ- ately coastal ; area; removal of all Jap- anese represented to co-ordin- ate 8.00 a. m. Leave war industry in Canada and the Risfilled to a pooling area (preferably WHITEIIORSE formation of United States." another province); Arrive 3.30 p.m. Whisky some defence units, elimination of 5.00 p, m. Arrive CcnadiaD Bye the profit system in war contracts CLASSIFIED EDMONTON VEINS OLD and a sincere appeal for complete ADVERTISING Leave ).30 a. m. 14 co-operat- ion of all Canadans in the This type of advertising fipht against the Axis powers. must be patronized to be $85 $153 As an emergency measure it ad- vocated appreciated. M M (1) That the Authorities in- form . f A wise woman never clut- ters One way Return riflni mud the public as fully as possible up her home with art- icles (Plus Tax) of the position assigned to the Paci- fic for which she has no London Dry Gin coast in the general war strat- egy, further use. She disposes of For Full Flight Consult Information giving some assurance that ; them for cash by means of a OF British Columbia was equipped to classified advt. You should J. A. Barber riNE PRODUCTS "play the part assigned.". (2) Train-in- e do the . same. The cost is and arming as quickly as pos- sible trifling the 'results good. WHITEHORSE mm all able-bodi- ed man-pow- er in f Recently a house and its I I .uLnlUWlllUIIlM the defence areas, (3) Transfer of contents were disposed of as all available trained fighting forces the result of a small advt. with necessary equipment to the B. inserted in our classified C defence area. (4) Provision of all columns. I is advertisement is not published necessary equipment for civilian THE WHITEHORSE STAR Travel or displayed by the Government of Yukon I RAILWAY I on a Territory. I STIAMSMIPS I I COMMUNICATIONS I MOTELS I "PRINCESS:' lXxxTXTTTTXXXXx xXxXXXxx I OUtffA . g V 11 foMCATfSTl TRAVIl Ilk 1 Liner 'BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS' Canadian D acific Airlines A PATRON Skag Victoria way to or Vancouver Seattle M SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS Operators of PRINCESS NORAH FOR 8 4 Saturday, April JWMMTfl Yukon Southern Air Transport Limited Sunday, April 26 YEARS Tuesday, April 14 Announce. Formation of the Yukon Division Wednesday, May 6 Sunday, May 17 We have atter from up-coun- try In Charge of . i Sunday, May 31 writer states The Connections! at Vancouver with she has used "all kinds of Hollick-Kenyo- n Superintendent H. Canadian Pacific Services: but Pacific. canned milk" Transcontinental Milk continually since she Who will be assisted by Trans-Pacif- ic began it "because of its Trans-Atlant- ic Chief Pilot ............ richness and flavor. That Ir r li. Cook w Tickets, reservations and full was eight years ago." Kenneth McLean Chief of Maintenance N particulars from It's only real excellence that L. H. JOHNSTON could bring a milk a pre- ference j iiarb0r Assist. Sup't. in Charge of Traffic General Agent C P. R. like this. IN ORDER TO GIVE THE YUKOX TERRITORY Skagway Alaska Pacific Milk BETTER AIR SERVICE Canadian Pacific IffRAOIATCD OF" COUR9B cxzrr iTTTliriTTlIiT XI 3 eXlXTTTTTXTTlIlllITTHIim CORRESPONDENCE Strangely enough, most of the im- portant landmarks still rear their stately heads above the bombed de- bris Curtain K47880 Spring which surrounds them., Not all CQMS W. B. McKenie, have come . through 'unscratched. ' "A" Coy., - ' but mcst are still, intact, even Westminster Regt." ' though hit in some spots. St. Paul's Draperies . (Motor) A. F. is the most remarkable of allfor '5th Cdn. rAmd Division. on all sides can be .seen the devast- ation Cdn. Army Overseas. ' wrought by . the Jerry bombers Door Horace: IMPORTED RAYON CURTAIN NETS in their evident attempts to hit this Your paper is now arriving here lamous "cathedral. Attractive patterns in Ecru andCream regularly? and so, even though wp are v far from home, we are able to I only hope that I'm in London on HEAVY BUNGALOW NETS keep posted on Yukon affairs. the 'first night that "the lights of Milium weight mesh in Bis8uit Shade- - Yukoners of the Westminstei London shine again." It should Regiment were rather pleasantly provide a never-to-be-forgott- en FLUFFY DOT MARQUISETTES surprised, after settling down in spectacle.',. ' -- ; .- -. ; In white with colored pattern or I3cru. their first barracks in England, to As usual, Scotland is proving up FOLK WEAVE DRAPERIES not: tiian a stone's lo its nameMor .generosity and hos- pitality, i ,d 't,r;it.t more Neat.', patterns ,qf Green' and Gold and Red and Gold. throw away ; there was posted a and its cities and towns are company of the" R. C ,E., with Nick he favorite haunts of" the Canadi- an's SHADOW CLOTHS Cars'weli, . Jimmy Mel lor and S. Sgt. on leave. I believe most of the In distinctive designs. Ideal for side curtains. .lummy- - Ballentine as part of its Yukon boys went there on their ...'rsoniiei. Another member was leave.'' .'....''"' . ": ,." ) l uis Kozinsky, whose whereabouts There's not much( for me to write TAYLOR & DRURYLtd J have not learned since he left the about, although I might mention I aipilal for a convalescent home, I ran across Color Sergeant Gladys ;il'ter undergoing a rupture operat-- . Hindmarch, of the A. T. S., the for- mer inn. v .,. manager of the paper which 1 The ranks of the original nine edited in Nanaimo. -- It was rather a who left Dawson and joined the surprise for me to find that we Westminsters have now ' been thinned were both stationed in the same Select Your Easter Card Early hy one, Don "Hap" Olds having command. been given a category "E". x An Also ran across Lieut. Alan Cham emergency operation for perforated Get a small package of colors and transfers for, bers, M. P., for Nanaimo, who has I ulcers was performed on him in .. ; :'''.;. j Easter Eggs dyes- - . '; ; '.; :- - ''-:-v.- : -- V '; just arrived in England. The odd i id-Decem- ber, and he is now out We now have our selection of part'of it all is that when you meet of hospital and awaiting the ship RENNIE AND STEEL BRIGGS SEEDS a person whom you haven't seen for that will carry him back to Canada. years, and then find them in khaki, specially grown for Northern sections. It was quite a revelation for me to see the sights of London, of the meeting is as casual as though TRY THE DtiUG STORE FIRST : the last meeting was only days which I have read much. Ego, - so H. G- - MA OP HERS ON and that it had been premeditated or intended. Our first Christmas in England Christ Church-Anglican- - was rather quiet, since we had only We received a letter this week The Y. S. A. T. plane arrived been over a short time and had not' from Mrs J. (Adam) Birnie who is yesterday with Capt. Sheldon Luck THE OLD LOG CHURCH had enough time to get acquainted. now located at Lintlaw, Sask. She at pilot, Miss Hiscox stewardess and Whitehors" If spend another in this we j country, states she is keeping well and get- ting Messrs. E. H. Barker, R. Swanson, Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. I'm sure it will, not be quite so ! Rector. quiet. ' . along fine and wishes to be re- membered D. A. McDonald, L. Dunbar and J. ..-'."- ' to her many friends in Dreunak as NATIONAL DAY, OF PRAYER A letter from the inimitable passengers. the north. ' SUNDAY, MARCH 29th, 1942 "Tiny" Washbrook also reached me the other day. He had written to i 10.00 a. m. Sunday School. the Base. Post Office over her.e, tak- ing 11.00 a. m. Morning Prayer. " a chance" on finding me. and I 7.30 p. m.-r-'Eve- ning Prayer and. had his letter within two days. He Special. Address. is taking a specialist course right EXrxXXXXXXXJ now, and seems to be in good health.. :imxixir That's the end of my story for this time, so I'll close with best re- gards Catholic Church .....' to the people of the north Rev. Father J. J. Adam, O .M. T. country from the Yukoners over- seas. . SUNDAY, MARCH 29th, 1942 ; 8.00 a. m Mass. BUS McKENZIE. ' .-Com- munion 10.30 a. m. Mass and Sermon. 7.30 p. m. Rosary and i3enedicion Until further notice all services will be held in the.Churcn. IIIXZXXIXIXXXXlXXXXXXXXTn j CIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIXIIIH1 Your Room Occupy Same Day . you'll enjoy to the last drop. f V. II. THEATRE VThitehorse .. Yukon . . : Showing: this week : . Offers 8 Lovely Tints and ' While S77Im TrfFtff MP&l Blackout The Wartime Beverage of Thousands CONRAD VEIpt IS A CASEIN PAINT . VALERIE HOBSON Ask Your Dealer About A stirring story of International COAST BREWERIES LTD. VANCOUVER - NEW WESTMINSTER - VICTOR fA ' Intrigue. . 42-- 2 Wednesday & Saturday al 8 p. m. This advertisement is not published 4 or rTTTTTIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXU displayed hy the Government of Yukon Territory. D D I ;jj tl . . ( I ived tuck : and son, i J. ' - ; I " V " f' i i