Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
(from landing in Dawson oj- in any ' other place in Canada for the purpose 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. 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 McPherson district. His recent trip to the States- was his first- outside in 26 years. "Buy Aiastan"