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Fort Leavenworth News from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas • 8

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FORT LEAVENWORTH NEWS. Irll 1m Furlough and Discharged Men BBBQI ii'itTiiirii" iT" TTTTT il i hi; Aire You oing East? Then Take The Quickest Road Through St. Louis Lieut. Howell left the battalion on the 19th for-his new station at New Orleans, La. Lieut.

R. D. Black, C. has been relieved from duty with the(bat-talion and is on duty at Albany, N. with Col.

Black, his father. Pvts. Withers and Graff have been promoted to 1st class in I Company. Chas. H.

Davis, Company has been detailed on extra duty in the Q. M. vice Turner, same company, who went on furlough to Shel-byville, Ky. Frank J. Good, Company furlough to Orange, N.

J. Cook Racobs, Company has been discharged and gone his way. Dave was all to the good and we regret' to fnN a nn FT tTIq) nnMi 4 to 6. hours shorter time and less changes of cars than any other line. FreeReclining Chairs in all Trains.

Standard Coaches, Electric Lighted Sleepers. "Our Own" Dining Cars. Bag-gage checked at Fort Depot through to your destination. OFFICE 230 DELAWARE STREET C. N.

HALE, P. LYON, 8 Ass't. P. T. A.

fc'Phones J43. P. T. A. see men of his type leave us.

He had many friends in the battalion. tribe never went hungry when Dave was on the job, and he was always there when his turn came and then some, you bet. Furloists: O. Kneisler, Co. L-, 2 months; went to Chi.

to see his Hun. J. W. Fields, Co. 1 month; to K.

with Bain City. J. C. Schebble, Co. 1 month, on a quiet hunting trip.

J. Buchhalter, Co. 20 days, to see old folks in Topeka. -Solomon Freeberg, Co 3 month; to K. C-, has a job with Street and Walker.

Edw. Hilbert, Co. 2 months; to New York to see if the Bowery's in the same place. F. Weinel, Co.

20 days; to get another sample of home cooking. Wade Hughes of slipped in a 3-year hitch and got his buzzard on the 21 st, re-uped on the 22nd and beat it on a three months furlough. Lieut. Thomas left post on the 20th on leave of absence. John Welch of took a furlough from Dec.

22 to March 21st. John will spend the time intervening with the old folks at Logansport, Ind. Joseph F. Murphy, Co. has been promoted 1st class.

THE HOME Good Overcoats GENERAL FUNSTON RELIEVED FROM DUTY AT POST. Discharges: Cpl. Huettner. Co. Dec.

16th; Pvt. Ayers, Co. Dec. 16th; Pet. Buchhalter, Co.

Dec. 18th; Pvt. Heckemeyer, Co. Dec. 18th; Pvt.

Burrows, Co. Dec. 19th; Cpl. Kwiatkowski, Co. Dec.

17th; Cook Lemaster, Co. Dec. 20th; Pvt. Nolan, Co. Dec.

20th; Pvt. Wil shirt, Co. Dec. 14th; Pet. John Welch, Co.

Dec. 19th; Pvt. Gambrel, Co. Dec. 19th; Pvt.

Walen, Co. Dec. 19th. Warren discharged on the 9th inst took on again for I Co. Buchhalter, Welch and Gledhil of re-enlisted and Coy Wallcn of I did likewise.

Brigadier General Frederick Fun-ston, U. S. Army, has been relieved from duty as commandant at the Army Service Schools to take effect at such time as will enable him to sail for his new station, the Division of the Philippines, on the transport scheduled to sail from San Francisco on Feb. si 191 1. General Funston will be in command of the Department of Luzon.

Brigadier General Ramsey B. Potts, S. Army, now in command of the Department of Luzon, P. it is understood, will be the new head of the schools here. General Potts will in all probability round out a notable military career at this post as he will reach the retirement for age period in 1914.

General Funston has been commandant at the Service Schools at this post since August, 14, 1908. WEST POINT entrance to ANNAPOLIS Prof. B. K. BRUCE WULFEKUHLER BUILDING.

Commissions From ARMY CIVIL LIFE R. A. Preston of bought out. Oscar E. Scott, Company is a corporal now.

The Des Moines target range map is completed. Back to duty Ab, you stuck it out pretty well. James Cooke, Co. transferred to Company K. Ed Thomas of I and Cutler and Thayer of are now teamsters with Tom Powers.

Potter and Dawson of have been appointed corporals. Good for the old timers. 1 Lieut. Towell is taking advantage of a leave of absence. Lieut.

MacArthur will spend the holidays vtfth his parents in Milwaukee. Some class to Company's Xmas menu. History, roster and pictures as well as mention of the good eats and so forth. Graves, Payne and Brown of have been made 1st class. APA Anil I If A AAII 1IVFPV AMH UASV iyi 1 Xt ULUI llll UI1ILLI UUI1) Hacks Furnished for FUNERALS, OPERAS, PARTIES, Etc.

Both Phones 622. 220 SENECA STREET. Night Phone, K. C. L.

Restaurant. Bet. Second and Third The little girl had heard of the Vatican in the recent newspaper comments, so, when asked to define a vacuum, she got slightly mixed, and replied: "It is a large empty space where the Pope lives." Patronize dDur Advertisers Money loaned cm personal property. Loan office, 700 Shawnee St..

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