in the record. I called his attention to the
fact that it was enclosed in an official wrapper
in the official files and [previous word struck through] in charge of the proper
official and related exclusively to official
matters. But he refused to give me the copy.
I then requested him to retain it in his
possession. The substance of the
paragraph about fixing the juries was,
"The Marshal aided me in securing
the jury and stood in with me."
Those are not the words - but the sense.
Also called and Met Taylor the
examiner who reported on Nome matters
in 1902, and Asst. Atty Genl. Pradt. I
intend to make a formal written demand
for the Grigsby letter on Monday and also
ask for an opportunity to state my views
and facts on the Richards case on