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v Wickersham Charge ::i;
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The All-Alaska. Review, published ]
at Seward, for October contains a ,
statement from Col. W. P. Richard- i
son concerning a letter written by <
Delegate James Wickersham to the !
Fairbanks Commercial Club, concern- |
ing the Alaska Boar
ralssloners, and letters of Col. Rich-!;
ardson in reply to that letter. The !
statement Is followed by the letters, i
hemselres. The principal charge In
>eiegate Wlckersham's letter . > Fair
tonka, and In a similar lotto" to the
runcau Commercial Club, was con
alned In a statement that Col. Rich
ardson had not told the truth when he
dated in 1914 that he had attempted
;o secure larger appropriations for
road work In Alaska -so that the road
commission could take up the mat
:er of new projects and thus, among
ether things, build bridges at Juneau.
die road commission had got all the
uoncy it had asked for. Col. Rich
ardson's replies contain telegrams and
otters that passod between himself
and the War Department that,prove
that Col. Richardson urged Appropria
tions of $750,000 a year for Alaska
roads, and that It was Delegate Wick
ersham who made false charges and
that Col. Richardson had told tho
The correspondence, taken from the
All-Alaska Review, follows, beginning
with tho letter of Delegate Wlckor
sham to tho Fairbanks Commercial
Clnb. which contains statements simi
lar to those that wore in the letter
ta the Juneau Commercial Club:
House of Representatives,
Washington
December 21, 1911.
Wallace Cathcart,
Secretary Fairbanks Commercial club
Fairbanks, Alaska.
My Dear Mr. Ci.thcart:
I have your letter of November 19th
inclosing a copy of a letter sont to
the Secretary of War In which you
take up the matter of a bridge across
Cbena Slough at Fairbanks.
I notice that you say in your let
ter to the Secretary of War that the
Alaska Road Commission has never
been able to secure tho appropriation
asked for hence the Inability of the
: Commission to build the bridge at
Fairbanks or to do Its general road
work well. You will remember that
I left with you the copy of the Re
port of the Alaska Road Commission
for 1913, showing that the Commis
sion had $353,000 for the fiscal year
or nearly $1,000.00 a day. Of course,
It only had $125,000.00 appropriation
from the government but the report
shows that the remainder was that
portion of tho Alaska fund paid in
by the people of Alaska for licenses
outside Incorporated towns. The point
I tried to mhke when I talked to the
members of tho Fairbanks Commer
cial Club was that the Alaska Board
of Road Commissioners were getting
all the appropriation It asked for.
I send you this day a copy of House
Document No. 1394. being "Lptter
from the Secretary of the Treasury
transmitting estimates of appropria
tions required for tho service of the
fiscal year ending June 30. 1916."
Your attention Is called especially to
the letter of the Secretary at the
front of tho book and you attention
is then called to the Index where un
der tho head "Alaska" you will find
reference to all appropriations asked
for in support of various Alaskan ac
tivities by the Departments. Your
nttentlon is called to page 331 of this
document sphere you will find that
the War Department asks "for tho
repair uuu unuiuuuauic ui uniuai.t
and post roads, bridges and trails,
Territory of Alaska, $125,000.00." You
will notice that the letter of the Sec
rotary of the Treasury on the first
page is dated December 7, 1914, and
that it is based upon the estimates
made by the other departments and
presented to Congress through Ills let
ter in accordance with the law. In
short, the War Department, prior to
December 7, 1914, asked for only $125
000.00 for the fiscal year ending June
30, 1916. tor the repair and mainten
ance of military and post roads in
Alaska, and no more. Instead of ask
ing for $750,000.00 as Richardson has
always talked to you about he has
only asked for $125,000 and then he
comes out to Alaska and lies to you
people by saying that he cannot get
the appropriation he asks for.
The truth is that he makes no ef
fort to secure any appropriation ex
cept merely to keep the work going
from year to year and to keep up his
commission. He does not want to
build the bridge across the slough at
Fairbanks and never will build "It un
til the Northern Commercial Co. tells
him to. You know and I know and
! everybody else knows that Richard
son and his Road Commission is un
der the control of the Northern Com
mercial Company, who want the
bridge left where it now is at Turner
Street and prefer to have a cheap
bridge there than to have a first
class bridge at Cushman Street. I
have introduced a bill, as r told you
I would for the building of a bridge
at Cushman street and I send you
j herewith a copy of it, H. R. 20,105, in
troduced by be on December 17, 1914,
ten days after the Secretary of the
Treasury put in the general estimate
of the War Department asking for
$125,000.00 for road work in Alaska.
You will notice that in my bill I have
asked for $750,000.00 ard have requir
ed the expenditure of $25,000.00 in
the building of a bridge at Fairbanks.
I am going to present this bill to the
Secretary of War and ask him to
either approve or disapprove it and
he will then present It to Richardson,
who is here in Washington now, and
we will see whether they will ap
prove 11 or not. n mviiuiuouii itr
fuses to approve larger appropria
tions, or if he refuses to do anything
about it it will bo ^sufficient proof
that he is playing double faced with
the people of Fairbanks. I shall call
your attention to the matter as soon
as I jet some final action from the
War Department and Richardson up
on the bill.
However, the Book of Estimatos
shows that the War Department has
only aftked for $125,000.00, the same
amount which It has asked for each
year and Richardson will continue
to lie to you by saying that ho can
not get a larger appropriation and
therofore cannot build the Fairbanks
bridge.
I think it is advisable for you peo
ple to know the truth about this mat
ter so that you may know how to
work to bring those people to time
and get the bridge. You may have
my permission to make tills letter
public if you wish for it is a fair
statement of the situation and of the
reason why you do not got tho bridge
at Fairbanks.
Very Truly Yours,
JAMES 'WICKERSHAM,
Delegate From Alaska.
Board of Road Commissioners
For Alaska
Valdez, Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska, Juno 23, 19J5
From: President of the Board.
To: Mr. Wallace Cathcart,
Secretary FalrbankB'Commerclal club,
Falrb/.nks, Alaska.
Subject: Replying to letter of Dele
gate Wlckersham.
Dear Sir:
I acknowledge with thanks tho re
ceipt of your letter of oven date, en
closing copy of Delegate Wicker
sham's letter to the Fairbanks Com
mercial Club, under date of Decem
ber 21, 1914. My purpose In desiring
a copy of this letter was to make re
ply to your club and fllo copies of
his letter and my reply In tho War
Department.
My reply will be brief.
On November 25, 1913, I submitted
a special report on the noeds for road
work In Alaska and accompanied It
with a supplemental estimate for
$750,000. 1 attach hereto copy of a
telegram sent by me to tho Adjutant
Qeneral of the army and his reply to
tho same, which are self-explanatory.
During the summer of 1914, I mado
known tho fact in Fairbanks and olsc
whcre in tho Territory, that I had
put in this additional estimate and
that I hoped for favorable considera
tion by Congress. The delegate In
stating that I lied to the people of
Fairbanks in this respect, as well as
In other statements contained In his
letter, is a purposeful and malignant
liar himself and depends upon his
position as a member of Congress to
escaped the Just results of any defam
atory attack he may choose to make.
A more complete and absolute false
hood could not be uttered by any man
than- the ono contained in his state
ment that myself and the road com
mission are under the control of the
Northern Commercial Company.
His entire letter is without Justifi
cation In any existing facts and Isi
perhaps what one might expect from j
a ccurrllous, political blatherskite. |
permanently afflicted with about ev-i
ery phase of mental pen'ersion^and
a complete moral Idiocy.
T will be as generous as tho Dele-j
gate and authorize you to make this;
public. If you see fit, ir. order thai
the Delegate's desire to have the peo
ple of Fairbanks know the truth, may j
be fulfilled: and I may add that 1 am'
extending to him a consideration
which ho forgot to extend to me, by
sending him a copy of this reply.
W. P. RICHARDSON,
Colonel of Infantry.
Board of "Road Commissioners
For Alaska
Valdez, Alaska, Aug. 23. 1915.
From: Tho President of the Board.
To: Mr. Wallace Cathcart. Secretary!
Fairbanks Commercial Club,
Fairbanks, Alaska.
Subject: Road "work In Alaska.
Dear Sir:
Referring further to tho letter writ
ten by Delegate Wlckersbam under
date of December 21. 1914. a copy of
which you kindly furnished me by au
thority of your executive board, I In
vite your attention to the Inclosed
copy of a letter written by the Secre
tary of War to the Secretary of the
Interior, dated Jan. 12, 1914, upon the
subject of Increased appropriation for
road work In Alaska, and transmit
ting my special report and estimate
for 3750.000.00 submitted Nov. 25th,
1913. The Inclosed letter Is the one
referred to by the Adjutant Genoral
of Juno 22nd, which was inclosed with
my letter to you of Juno 23rd. To
make this present letter to you a com
plete record In Itself I will quote the
telegram sent by me from Fairbanks
on June 21st, last, and the reply of
the Adjutant General, dated June 22,
as follows:
Fairbanks, Alaska,
June 21, 1915.
Adjutant General,
War Department,
Washington.
1 submitted November twenty
llfth, nineteen thirteen special
report upon subject road work
in Alaska with memorandum pre
pared by Engineer Officer of tho
Board and additional esltm&to of
seven hundred fifty thousand
dollars. Please advise as to rec
ord and date same received your
office.
RICHARDSON.
Washington, D. C..
Juno 22, 1915.
Col. W. P. Richardson,
Fairbanks, Alaska.
Reference your tele.rram Juno
twonty-ono report and estimate
received this office Dec. Eighth
thirteen and sent by letter to
Interior Department January 12,
fourteen, copy'of that letter was
sent you January sixteenth four
iMn,- Another copy nrMIcU TDUay.
mccain.
I also quote that port.on or me sec
retary of War's letter to the Secre
tary of the Interior which Is directly
pertinent as follows:
"In tho opinion of tho Road
Commissioners and other parties
having interest In the matter, the
time has come for an expansion
of thiB work of road building to
an extent that renders It Impos
sible to consider It a military en
terprise by any stretch of the Im
agination. It is alleged that the
present appropriations are suf
ficient only to mnintain roads al
ready built and that for tho ec
onomic welfare of the Territory
of Alaska, a great expansion of
this work is essential. ??*?????
Any expansion of this work can
not proporly be handled by this
department, and I transmit here
with, as proper for your consid
eration and such action as you
may deem advisable, a letter from
the President of the Board of
Road Commissioners for Alaska
to the Adjutant General of the
army, together with a memoran
dum prepared by the Engineer- 1
ing officer of the Board concern
ing the inadequacy of the pres
ent road system in Alaska and the
need for an expansion thereof.
mere is iiu piuvjuun or mn m wj
istonce authorizing: the War Depart
ment to place before Congress esti
mates for funds to carry forward a
general system of road building to
meet the needs of the Territory, any
more than for railroad construction.
That is wb.v my special estimate of
$750,000.00 could not bo incorporated
in the book of estimates. If the Dele
gate docs not know tbiB he is more
ignorant that I thought him. This
special estimate, with the accompany
ing memorandum analyzing the road
situation in the Territory, was sub
mitted, after failing in other efforts,
as a basis end argument for the en
iactment of some form of law that
would permit suitable estimates for
general road work to bo submitted
through the regular channels, and be
acted upon by a committee of Con
gress on the merits of the estimate,
without being thrown out on a point
of order. Some favorablo action was
confidently hoped for, but the mat
ter was deferred the first winter and
again last winter.
The War Department has boen giv
ing approval fop* soveral years, up
on recommendation of our Board, to
moderate estimates incorporated in
the army bill under the caption of
"Military and Post" roads, as part of
the army work in Alaska, along with j
tho military telegraph line and the
several Military posts, but with tho
(Continued on Page 5.)
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will c!o the trick end make you f<*l fine.
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IN ELKS' TOURNAMENT
A. H. Ziegler's aggregation, or Team
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team, in the ElkB* bowling tourna
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Team No. 3.
Flcken 112 712 122? 346
Milt Winn .. 191 123 *126? 439
Woodard 130 121 110? 361
Museth 135 116 196? 446
Seeloy 143 145 145? 433
Totals .. 711 617 697 2015
??McKechnlc bowled for Milton Winn
In tho third frame.
Team No. 4.
Hiegler 139 180 136? 476
Dickinson 154 156 140? 450
Hendricks 129 S9 *164? 382
Manning 117 160 174? 451
C. Strong .110 122 117? 349
Totals 649 707 751 2107
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Twenty-Ride Commutation Ticket*
For 62.50
SCHEDULE 8UBJECT TO CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE
Smith's Auto Stage
t. PERSEVERANCE
Leaves Juneau Dally
11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Leaves Perseverance
1:10 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
8tiind Arctic Pool Room and
, Alaskan Hotel
Special Trips Anywhere by
Appointment
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JUNEAU STEAM8HIP CO.
United 8tates Mali
STEAMER GEORGIA
Juneau-SItkn Route
Lea roe Juneau lor Douglas, Fun
ter, Hoonah, Gypfiura, Tenakee,
Killlsnoo, Chatham and Sitka Wry
Wednesday at 12:01 a. m.
Juneiku-Skagway Route
Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Eagle
River, Sentinel,"Light Station, El
drid Rock Light Station, Comet,
Haines, Skagway every Sunday at
12:01 . a. m. Returning, leaves
Skagway the following day at 12:02
'a. m.
WILLIS E. NO WELL, MANAGER
St.Nicfiolas
?Ml 111 1 111 1 1 11 111 1 1 I H
Leaves Young's Float for Doug
lao, Funter, Gypsum a<]d Ten
akee, Tuesday's at 8 a. m.
For Charter when not on sched
ule.
?MB IIHHMi III I'll Hi WHIM..
Three sscond hand ranges, as good
as new, from $18.00 to $32.00. Special
for two djy# only. F. W. O'Donne.'l,
Alaska Furniture Co., phone 152. tf
IF YOL'R WATCH NEEDS repair
ing, send It to us; wo know how?
Nelson's Jewelry Store, 98 Front St.
Clocks called for and delivered, phone
278. 9-lC-m
Everybody reads Empire "ads."
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FOR THE EAST
via the=== ::
! "MILWAUKEE" I
o The New Short Line and the Alaskan's Favorite
V 'y
All-steel Trains and a 7 op-Notch o
Service where you'll be among j;
friends from start to finish.
FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE. WRITE OR ASK J |
o WILLIS E. NOWELL, ? E. E. SMITH, ]\
i Ajonl, Juncja Atfcct, Dubois j*. , >
A. E. HAPRIS, Trav. Pass. Agt., Juneau
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CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RY.

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