Joslin had a good talk with
Dillingham & says he is all right
and also Burnham. Joslin
is also deeply and suddenly inter
=ested in the Burleigh scheme to
get a railroad charter & Congressional
grant of a right of way - it is
being urged and likely to be won
in opposition to Canadian attempts
to secure advantages in Alaska.
Joslin sold his bonds for the Tanana
Mines Ry. at Fairbanks, to English
Capital and they are threatening his
situation - I advised him to get
in and secure part of the good of
the Burleigh scheme for his road
& he is at work to see what he wants.
E. S. Harrison, newspaper man
from Nome came in to the Raleigh
tonight - Major Richardson
still here - am thinking of going
over to New York to spend a day or so.
Recd. my McGinn telegram back
from Senator Carter.