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station, is modified so as to assign this company to station at Fort Jay, New York Harbor, and Company L, 8th Infantry, to station at Fort Niagara, New York. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: W. P. HALL,

Acting Adjutant General.

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ORDERS

, April 4, 1904. I--Paragraph 1380 of the Army Regulations as amended by General Orders, No. 130, Headquarters of the Army, Adju. tant General's Office, October 3, 1901, and General Orders, No. 119, Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General's Office, Noveinber 21, 1902, is further amended to read as follows:

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II. The 28th and 92d Companies of Coast Artillery will be relieved from duty at the Presidio of San Francisco, California,

and will proceed to Honolulu, Hawaii, on the army transport sailing on April 30, 1904, relieving the 66th and 67th Companies of Coast Artillery, who upon being thus relieved will proceed to San Francisco, California, on the army transport sailing from Manila, Philippine Islands, April 15, 1904, for station at the Presidio of San Francisco.

The commanding general, Pacific Division, is charged with the execution of this movement, and will promptly report the hours of departure and arrival and strength of commands by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army.

The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department suitable subsistence, and the Medical Department proper medical attendance and supplies. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staf. OFFICIAL: W. P. HALL,

Acting Adjutant General.

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No. 63.

WASHINGTON, April 4, 1904. Before a general court-martial which convened at headquarters, Department of Luzon, Manila, Philippine Islands, pursuant to Special Orders, No. 208, Department of Luzon, October 22, 1903, and of which Colonel ALBERT L. MYER, 11th Infantry, was president, and Captain John W. HEAVEY, 11th Infantry, was judge advocate, was arraigned and tried

First Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley, 12th Cavalry. CHARGE. —"Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman,

in violation of the 61st Article of War." Specification 1st-"In that 1st Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley,

12th Cavalry, did by promises, presents, and other means attempt to alienate from her husband the affections of Josephine Alice Heckert, the wife of Sergeant Milton Heckert, Troop K, 12th Cavalry, an enlisted man stationed at the same post with the said 1st Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley, 12th Cavalry. This at and near Camp McGrath, Batangas, P. I., between the 15th day of November, 1903, and the 3d day of December,

1903." Specification 2d—“In that 1st Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley,

12th Cavalry, did write and cause to be delivered to the wife of Sergeant Milton Heckert, Troop K, 12th Cav. alry, an unsigned letter, in which he did intimate that if she, the said wife of Sergeant Milton Heckert, Troop K, 12th Cavalry, should separate from her husband that he, 1st Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley, 12th Cavalry, would see that she was taken care of. This at Camp McGrath, Batangas, P. I., on or about the 27th day of

November, 1903." Specification 3d—“In that 1st Lieutenant Arthur G. Sharpley,

12th Cavalry, did repeatedly attempt to induce the wife of Sergeant Milton Heckert, Troop K, 12th Cavalry, to secretly enter his quarters, on the line of officers' quarters. This at Camp McGrath, Batangas, P. I., between the 15th day of November, 1903, and the 3d day of December, 1903."

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