The Leavenworth Weekly Times June 1 1916
THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TOTES, THURSDAY, THE HOLDING OF MEDALS OF HUM Provision of the w Army Bill Sail to Be Aimed at General Wood. 77 WEAK THE DECORATIONS. Records of All Arc to Be Investigated by a Board of Retired Officers Names of Those on the v Honor List. From vrdnesday's Dally Times. Seventy-seven Seventy-seven Seventy-seven army officers thir-l thir-l thir-l ty-six ty-six ty-six on "The active list, and forty-one forty-one forty-one retired who have had medals ct honor conferred upon them at various times for service in the Civil War, Indian engagements, the Spanish-American Spanish-American Spanish-American War, and the insurrection in the Philippine Islands, will come Condon, Coast Artillery: . Capt. Irt C. Welborn, Ninth Infantry; Capt. Charles D. Roberts, Tenth Infantry-Capt. Infantry-Capt. Infantry-Capt. Louis J. Van Schalck, Eleventh Eleventh Infantry; Col. William H. Sage, Twelfth Infantry; Capt. Arthur 31. Ferguson. Fourteenth Infantry; First Lieut. Calvin P. TitU3, Fifteenth In- In- I fantry; Capt. George W. Wallace, Sixteenth Infantry; Capt. Allen J." Greer, Sixteenth Infantry; Major Benjamin F. Hardway. Seventeenth Infantry; Capt. Josephus S. Ceci', Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth Infantry, and Capt. George C. Shaw, Thirtieth Infantry. Retired list Brig. -Gen. -Gen. Oscar F. Long, Col. Matthias W. Day, Col. Harry L. Hawthorne, Lieut. -Co'. -Co'. Louis B. Lawton, Capt. Matthew A. Batson, Second Lieut. Hampton M. Roach, Lieut-Gen. Lieut-Gen. Lieut-Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Major-Gens. Major-Gens. Major-Gens. Loyd Wheaton, Charles F. Humphrey, John F. Weston, William William H Carter, Brig.-Gen. Brig.-Gen. Brig.-Gen. Galusi.a Pennypacker, Bernard J. D. Irwii., Henry C. Wood, William 1. Wherry, Wherry, John H. Patterson, Louis H. Carpenter, Carpenter, Edward B. Wllllston, Theodore Theodore Schwan, John C. Gilmore, John M. Wilson, Eli Huggins, Daniel D. Wheeler, Edward S. Godfrey, John I. Kerr, William P. Hall, Edwa.vi J. McClernand, Marion P. Mam;. Cols. James Jackson, Charles H. Heyl, John Tweedale, Frank West, John C. Gresham, Lieut.-Cols. Lieut.-Cols. Lieut.-Cols. Asa B. Gardiner, Eugene B. Beaumont, Charles A. Varnum. Benjamin H. Cheever, Majors Moses Harris and John O. Skinner, Caps. Robert G.