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AD.JUTANT GENERAL's OFFICE,

GENERAL ORDERs, | HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY, Washington, August 7, 1901.

No. 105.

Before a general court-martial which convened at Cebu, Cebu, Philippine Islands, pursuant to Special Orders, No. 2, Department of the Visayas, April 20, 1900, and of which Major Joh N G. LEEFE, 19th Infantry, was president, and Captain Edward A. STUART, adjutant, 44th Infantry, U. S. Volunteers, was judge advocate, was arraigned and tried— Private Phineas Foutz, Company K, 19th U. S. Infantry. CHARGE.--"Murder, in violation of the 58th Article of War.” Specification—“In that Private Phineas Foutz, Company K, 19th Infantry, did enter the house of one Florentina Cenza, a native, and did then and there wilfully, felomiously, and with malice aforethought kill and murder Geneviva Torres, a native girl, by stabbing the said Geneviva Torres with a sword cane held in the hands of the said Phineas Foutz, private, Company K, 19th Infantry, inflicting wounds whereof the said Geneviva Torres then and there died. This in the house of the aforesaid Florentina Cenza, at Mandaue, Province of Cebu, Philippine Islands, about 5:30 p.m., November 15, 1900, then as now, a time of insurrection against the United States.”

PLEA.

To the Specification, “Not guilty.”
To the CHARGE, “Not guilty.”

FINDING.

Of the Specification, “Guilty.”
Of the CHARGE, “Guilty.”

SENTENCE.

And the court does therefore sentence him, Private Phineas Foutz, Company K, 19th Infantry, “To be hanged by the neck until he is dead, at such time and place as the proper authority may direct; two-thirds of the members of the court concurring therein.”

The sentence in the foregoing case of Private Phineas Foutz, Company K, 19th Infantry, having been approved by the proper

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reviewing authority and the record of the proceedings forwarded to the President the following are his orders thereon:

Ex ECUTIVE MANSION, July 30, 1901. In the foregoing case of Private Phineas Foutz. Company K, 19th Infantry, the sentence is confirmed and will be duly carried into execution at such time and place as may be designated by the commanding general. Department of the Visayas. Philippine Islands. WILLIAM McKINLEY.

BY COMMAND OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL MILES:

THOMAS WARD. Acting Adjutant General.

GENERAL ORDERS, l HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY, \ ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,

No. 106. Washington, August 8, 1901.

I. By direction of the Secretary of War, the accompanying tables of the price of clothing and equipage, and of table

ware and kitchen utensils, for the Army of the United States,

with the money allowance for clothing of the enlisted men for each year and day; the price of clothing and special clothing

money allowance for troops stationed in Alaska, also of the

allowance of equipage and of tableware and kitchen utensils,
is published for the information and guidance of all con-
cerned, to take effect October 1, 1901, and to remain in force
until further orders.
Clothing and equipage purchased in Manila for service in
the Philippine Islands will be charged at invoice or cost
prices.
A table showing existing relations between the commercial
sizes of clothing and those furnished by the Quartermaster's
Department is also published for the information of officers
making requisitions.
II. By direction of the Secretary of War, paragraph 1311 of
the Regulations is amended to read as follows:
1311. Leggings for all troops of cotton duck, according to
color and pattern in the office of the Quartermaster General,
will be worn on marches and campaigns.
They will form part of the annual clothing money allow-
ance and be charged to the enlisted men at cost price.

BY COMMAND OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL MILES:

THOMAS WARD,
Acting Adjutant General.

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Noncommissioned staff----------
Sergeant majors, regimental -----
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Sergeant majors, seni
Artillery Corps ---------------
Sergeant majors, junior grade,
Artillery Corps

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Quartermaster sergeants, troop,
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Drum majors------------

Color sergeants-----------------
First sergeants

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Cooks----------------

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Saddlers --

Mechanics artificers --------
Service, peace, Hospital Corps__
Service, war, Hospital Corps ---
Devices

Candidates stripes--------------
First-class gunners’ insignia-----
Chevrons, cloth, small size:
Noncommissioned staff----------
Sergeant majors, regimental-----
Sergeant majors, battalion or
squadron---------------------
Sergeant majors, senior grade,
Artillery Corps---------------

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