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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, October 13, 1922, Image 6

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'm. ; IK FALL TO OBTAIN i if if m '4 FULL CONTROL OF ALASKA'S RICHES Interior Secretary Wins His Fight With Wallace of Agriculture. (Special to The Brenlnr World.) WASHINGTON. Oct. 12 Add- itional Information concerning plans for Alaskan development worked out by Secretary of the Interior Fall and Ms friends has coma Into possession of The Evening World correspondent. All the natural resources of that rlc\i territory are to bo turned ovcr-t- Kail under the reorganization of Govern- ment departments which has been worked out by u special committee, of which Waller F. Brown or Toledo. Ohio, la Chairman. The reorgunlza. tlon plana are understood to have been approved by President Harding and will bo submitted to Congress when It reconvenes aftor tho election. Secretary of Agrlculturo Wallace has resisted the encroachments of Kail on his department, but ho has now decided to make tho best of the situation and permit tho Bureau of Forestry fo bo transferred to Fall's department, which will gtve the lat- ter control of 20.000.000 acrea of tho richest timber land In the world In Alaska, containing aerenty-flv- o bil lion feet Of timber. Altogether, tho transfer will moan turning over acres of national forests to Fall's Jurisdiction. At the present time Secretary Fall, acting under oxrcutlvo authority. Is negotiating a lease of the Navy De- partment's coal mine to the Lake and Export Corporation of Huntingdon, W. Va. This lease carries with It X.260 acres of' valuable coal land. Big West Virginia coal operators are to be the bonenclarles of thta plan fy which the Navy's coal will Do mar keted. Senator Davis Elklns, one of the Administration coterie. Is under stood to 1)0 In on this deal. Chairman Brown of' tho President's special committee on reorganization of Government departments, says the differences between Wallace and Fall have been \adjusted\ ao that the c- - orgnnlzatlon can proceed. Secretary Fall has Informed, his friends that ho will be given control over the Alaskan forests, and It la understood that h will nlso bo glvon Jurisdiction over tho fisheries, water power, coal md the Government's Alaskan railroad, for which J20.000.000 was appro ' tirlatod when It was constructed. The report Is that the Guggenhelms will get control of tho. Alaskan Ilallt road In the not dlstantjuture. Bccre tary Fall, has occasionally emphasised that the road la not paying Us way Its deficits ar Bald to be accounted for bv discrimination on tho part of the United States Shipping Board which has refused to put (ta yesseli on the Alaskan routo to connect with this railroad. . With tho approval' of President Harding, Fall can lease, the lino at any time nnd this Is said to be his In tentlon. ,T,hls llttlo lino, which wns built aflcr Government engineers had made a long study of Its feasibility, opens up the lntorioriof Alaska to tho Ice-fr- harbor of Seward. The peo pie of Alaska who ure anxious to see the' road becomo o big factor In the commercial development of the coun try havo urged during tho past cw years since It was put In operation that Shipping Board vessels ato with It. This has been promised but never carried out. The Chicago meat packers nro un deratood to be planning to get hold of tho Alaska fisheries. Assistant Sea rotary C. II. Huston of the Com,merc Department, which controls the flshi fries, recently made tho statement that the fisheries of Alaska should be turned over to the Interior' Depart- ment nnd operated by big1 capital In largo blocks. Dr. UHsld Jbf Massachu- setts, a prominent Scientist, wa ly turned down. iui-'h,c- of Ihl Bureau of KIslierlcffaritTvthe appoint- ment given to a' fpmicl?ie'mppyee pf Armour & Co. A - , . . The coal inlntnlr concessions In Alarka are very valuable. One.third of the coal land of that 'territory ate reserved to the Navy under the Alaska Coal Act, passed (n 1913, fol lowing tho Balllnger.standal over coal lands. Tho Navy Department hoe spent $1,400,000 on the mining prop, crty which tho Lake and Export Cor porntlon Is to secure under the Im pending leasa, The. lessca will be able to produce hlgh-grad- o coal at com paratlvely low cost There will prob ouiy De ouicr leases negotiated on these Alaskan coal l?nds lii tho near future. While the other concessions are of great value, none of the natural rp- - sources of Alaska Ib more valuable than tho oil which Is expected to be found there, according to geological experts, and It Is chiefly oil which is claiming secretary rail's attention If oil Is to be found in the quantities expected, Alaska will provo a bonanza for the Dohony Interests, which are believed to have llrat call with Tall on this territory, WATERED GASOLINE STALLS AUTOMOBILES Score of Mninrlxts Meet Trouhl In Wtatchrttrr. Water n gasoline they had obtained from filling stations stalled scores ' motorists, along the road between Bye and Port Chester yesterday. jonn iieuiy, cnester manager for the Standard Oil Company, said the only explanation he could find was that the supply boat which came up iim jtlvia- - yesterday had been loaded supply tank that was being A 7-Fo- ot History of in Epitomized in Evening World I r. w V U'lin vwi Jj j, ifOMpMFAQ. ! 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