Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
(from landing in Dawson oj- in any ' other place in Canada for the purpose of enabling us to buy and pick •• up mining.. supplies. However, we hope some relaxation of the j rules will be made when we reach i Dav/son. "We can carry more supplies by !.plane than we could transport/by I dog sled-. Fairbanks Route Quickest "The .aerial route by way of Fairbanks is the quickest to. our property, and-is the route we shall nee in the future if Canadian cus- icms. regulations do not interpose ] too many obstacles." ?.fr. Sclieehert has operated in mining; in Alaska.'and Yukon Tem- tcrj- at frequent intervals since 1SOO. For the past .few ye?ii>, \\r. has followed mining in Montana. Mr. Hevert is a retired member -f the -Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He has been in the interior Yukon country. 30 years—a' great deal of the time in. the Fort McPherson district. His recent trip to the States- was his first- outside in 26 years. "Buy Aiastan"