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Kendall, Henry M.. Maj., Washington, D. C.

Kendig, Daniel, Chaplain. Philadelphia, Pa.

Kendrick.FrcdM. II., Maj., St. Paul, Minn.

Kennedy, William B., Maj., Los Angeles,
Cal.

Kent, Jacob P., Brig.-Gen.. Troy, N. Y.

Keyes, Alexander S. B., Maj., Chihuahua,

Mex.
Kimball, A. S., Brig. -Gen., Los Angeles, Cal.

Kirk. Ezra B., Maj., Toledo, O.

Kirkman, J. T., Lieut. -Col.. Washington.

Kirtland, Thaddeus S., Maj., Chicago, 111.

Koerper, Egon A., Lieut.-Col., Washington.
Lacey, Francis E., Lieut.-Col., Columbus, O.
Langdon, Loomis L., Col., abroad.

Lamed, Daniel R., Maj., New Haven, Conn.

Latimer, Alfred E., Maj.. Bronx ville, N. Y.

Lauderdale, John V.. Maj.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lawson, Gaines, Maj., Pasadena, Oal.
Lazelle, Henry M., Col., Seattle, Wash.
Lee, Fitzhugh. Brig. -Gen.. Charlottesville.Va.
Lee, James G. C., Col., Lake George, N. Y.
Leefe, John G., Lieut.-Col.^ New York, N.Y.

Lieber. G. Norman. Brig.-Gen., Washington.
Lincoln, S. H., Brig.-Gen., Pern Bank, O.

Lindesmith, Ell W. J., Chaplain, Roots-
town, O.

Livingston, LaRhett L., Col., Washington.
Lodor, Richard, Col., Alameda, Cal.



Long, Eli, Brig. -(Jen., Plainfleld, N. J.

Loring, Leonard Y., .M<aj., San Francisco.

Loud, John S., Maj., Washington, 1>. C.

Lowell, Delmer R. , Chaplain, Middletown,
Conn.

McCammon, W. W., Maj., Vancouver, Wash.

McClure, Chas., Lieut.-Col., Washington
D. C.

McCook, Alex. McD., Maj.-Gen., Fort Mon-
roe, Va.

McGregor, Thomas, Col., Benicia, Cal.

McLaughlin, William H., Lieut.-Col., Wash-
ington, D. C.

McMillan, James, Maj., Conesus, N. Y.

Macomber, John H., Chaplain, San Jose,
Cal.

Madden, Daniel, Maj.. Philadelphia, Pa.

Magruder, David L., Col., Philadelphia, Pa.

Mahan, Fred A., Maj., Paris, France.

Mallery, John C., Maj., Newport, R. I.

Marye, Wm. A., Col., Washington, D. C.

Mathey, Edward G., Maj., Waco, Tex.

Matthews, Washington, Maj., Washington

Merriam, Henry C., Brig.-Gen., Wayne, Pa.

Merrill, Sherman M., Chaplain, Fort Mc-
Pherson, Ga.

Merrltt, Wesley, Maj.-Gen., Washington,
D. C.

Mlddliiton, Johnson V. D., Lieut. -Col., San
Francisco, Cal.

Miles, Evan, Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Miller, Marcus P., Brig.-Gen., Washington

Mills, Anson, Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C

Mitchell, George, Maj., Washington, D. C.

Mizner, Henry R.. Col.. Detroit, Mich.

Moale, Edward, Col., San Francisco. Cal.

Montgomery, Robert H., Maj., Washington.

Moore, James M., Col., New York, N. Y.

Moore, John, Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

Morgan, James N., Maj., San Antonio, Tex.

Morgan, Michael R., Brig.-Gen., St. Paul,
Minn.

Morrow, Albert P., Col., Gainesville, Pla.

Mosher, Theodore, Maj., Washington, D. C.

Moylan, Myles, Maj., San Diego, Cal.

Mullin, George G., Chaplain, Los Angeles,
Cal.

Murphy, John, Maj., Portland, Ore.

Murray. Robert. Brig.-Gen., Elk Ridge, Md.

Nash, William H., Brig.-Gen., Columbus, O.

Norvell, Steven T.. Lieut.-Col.. Washington.

Noyes, H. E., Col., Berkeley, Cal.

Oakes, James, Col., Pittsburg, Pa.

O'Brien, Lyster M., Lieut.-Col., Detroit,
Mich.

Olmsted, Jerauld A., Maj., Cedar Falls, la.

Ord, James C., Maj., Chevy Chase, Md.

Otis, Elwell S,, Maj.-Gen., Rochester, N. Y.

Ovenshine, Samuel, Brig.-Gen., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Page, Charles, Col.. Baltimore, Md.

Parker, Daingerfleld, Col., Washington.

Parker, John D., Chaplain, East Orange,
N. J.

Parker, Leopold O., Llent.-Col., Falls
Church, Va.

Patterson, John H., Brig.-Gen., Albany,

N. Y.
Patzki, Julius H., Maj., Wingham, Ont.

Pearson, Edward P., Col., Boston, Mass.

Pearson, William H., Chaplain, Asheville,
N. C.

Pennington, Alex. C. M., Brig.-Gen., West
Point, N. Y.

Penny packer, Galusha, Col., Philadelphia,

Pa.
Penrose, William H., Col., Salt Lake City.

Perry, Alex., Col., Washington, D. C.

Perry, David. Col., Trenton, N. J.
Poindexter. J. D., Maj.. San Juan, P. R.

Pollock. Otis W., Maj., Mexico.

Poole, DeWitt C., Maj.. Madison, Wls.



230



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1'JlW.



Powell, James W., Col., New York, N. Y.
Quiuby, Ira, Maj., Morris, N. V.
Quinton, Wm., Brlg.-Gen., St. Paul, Minn.
Randall, Edward L., Maj.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Randlett, James F., Lieut.-Col., Auadarko,

O. T.

Reese, Henry B., Maj.. Lancaster, O.
Rexford, William H., Maj., abroad.
Reynolds, Wm. B., Maj., Baltimore, Md.
Uituor, I. N., Chaplain, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ritzius, Henry P., Maj.. Denver, Col.
Robert, Henry St., Brig.-Geu., Haworth,

N. J.

Robinson, George F., Maj.. Pomona, Cal.
Rochester, William B., Brig. -Gen., Fort

Meade, S. D.
Rockwell, Almon F., Lieut.-Col., Paris,

France.

Rodenborough, F. F., Col.. New York, N. Y.
Rogers, Benjamin H., Maj., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rogers, James S., Maj., Portland, Me.
Rose, Thomas K.. Maj.. Baltimore, Md.
Rucker, Daniel II., Brig. -Gen., Washington
Ruger, Thomas H., Maj.-Geu., Stamford

Coua.

Ruggles, George D., Brig.-Gen., Washing-
ton. D. C.

Runkle, Benjamin P., Maj., Peekskill, N. Y.
Russell, Edmund K., Maj., Philadelphia, Pa.
Russell, George B., Lieut.-Col., Evanston,

111.

Russell, Gerald, Maj., Hot Springs, Ark.
Sanborn, Washington I., Maj., Los- Angeles,

Cal.

Sanford, George B., Col., Litchfleld, Conn.
Savage, Egbert B., Lleut.-Ool., Seattle,

Sawtelle, Charles G., Brig.-Gen., Wash-
ington, D. C.

Saxtou, Rufus, Col., Washington, D. C.

Scantling, John C., Maj., College Park, Md.

Schwan, Theo., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

Schofield, John M., Lieut.-Gen., St. Augus-
tine, Fla.

Scott, Douglas M., Washington, D. C.

Scott, William H., Chaplain, Alameda.Cal.

Scott, Wlnfield, Chaplain, Scottdale, Ariz.

Scully, J. W., Col., Atlanta. Ga.

Seibold 1 , John S., Chaplain, Buffalo, N. Y.

Seton, Henry, Maj., Phoenix, Ariz.

Shatter, William R.,' Brig. -Gen., San Fran
Cisco, Cal.

Shannon, William C., Maj., Redlands, Cal.

Sharp, Thomas, Maj., Bedford, Pa.

Shea, Thomas, Lieut.-Col., Westport, Ky.

Sheridan, Michael V.. Brig.-Gen., Govern-
or's island, N. Y.

Sickles, Daniel K., Maj. -Gen., New York, N. Y.

Simpson, G. W., Chaplain, Baltimore, Md.

Simpson, Marcus D. L.. Col., Riverside, 111.

Sinclair, William, Brig.-Gen., Washington,
D. C.

Skinner, John O., Maj., Chambersburg, Pa.

Smith, Alfred T., Col., Buffalo. N. Y.

Smith, Jacob H., Brig.-Gen., Portsmouth, O.

Smith, Joseph R.. Col.. Philadelphia, Pa.

Smith, Leslie, Lieut.-Col., South Norwalk,
Conn.

Smith, Lewis, Maj., San Francisco, Cal.

Smith, Oskaloosa M., Maj., New York.N.Y.

Smith, Rodney, Col., St. Paul. Minn.

Smith. William, Brig.-Gen., Pelham Manor,
N. Y.

Smith, William F.. Maj.. Philadelphia. Pa.

Snyder, Simon, Brig.-Gen., Reading, Pa.

Spurgin, Wm. F., Brig.-Gen., Trenton. N. J.

Sternberg. G. M., Brig.-Gen., Washington.
D. C.

Stewart, Charles S.. Col.. Cooperstown, N. Y.

Stewart, Joseph. Lieut.-Col., Berkeley, Cal.

Stone, EbenezerW., Maj., Washington, D. C.



Slouch, George W. U., Maj., Darlingtuii,
U. T.

Stretch, John F., Col., Marion, Ind.

Strong, Norton, .Maj., Baltimore, Md.

Sullivan, Thomas C., Brig.-Gen., Troy, O.

Summerhayes, John W., Maj., Nantucket,
Mass.

Summers, John E., Col., Washington, D. C.

Sumner, Edwin V., Brig.-Gen., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Swaine, Peter T., Col., Los Nietos, Cal.

Swayue, Wager, Col., New York, N. Y.

Terrell, Charles M., Col., San Antonio, Tex.

Tbraker, Hugh A., Col., New York, N. Y.

Thompson, William A., Maj.. Annapolis, Md.

Throckmorton, Charles B., Maj., New York.

Tidball, John C., Col., Montclair, N. J.

Tilford, Joseph G., Col., Fisher's Island,
N. Y.

Tilton, Henry R., Lieut. -Col., Washington.

Tompkins, Chas. H.. Col., Baltimore, Md.

Town, Francis L., Col., San Antonio, Tex,

Townsend, Edwin F., Col.. Washington.

Turner, William J., Maj., Omaha, Neb.

Van Horne, William M., Col., Chicago.

Van Ness, W. P., Maji, Ithaca, N. Y.

Van Valzah, David D., Col.. Lewistown. Pa.

Van Voast, James, Col., Cincinnati, O.

Vernou, Charles A., Maj., Lansing. Mich.

Victory, Richard S., Maj., National Sol-
diers' Home, Va.

Viele, Charles D., Col., Los Angeles, Cal.

Vincent, Thomas M., Col., Washington, D. C

Wagner, Henry, Lieut.-Col.. New York, N. Y.

Ward, Thos.. Brlg.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

Waring, John K., Maj., PhiladelphiaPa.

Warner, Edward R., Maj.. Wilkesbarn.Pa.

Waterbury, Wm. M., Maj., Portland, Ore.

Waters. William K, Lieut.-Col., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Weaver, Francis H., Chaplain, Newry, Pa.

Webster, E. K., Maj., Washington, D. O.

Weeks, George H., Brig. -Gen.. Washington.

Wessels, Henry W., Col., Washington, D. C.

Wham, Joseph W., Maj., Washington, D. C.

Wheaton, Frank. Maj. -Gen.. Washington.

Wheeler, Fred, Maj., M'adison. Wis.

Wheeler, George M., Maj., Washington, D. C.

Wheeler, Joseph, Brig.-Gen., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Wherry, William M., Brig.-Gen., Cincinnati.

Whipple, Charles W,, Lieut.-Col., Washing-
ton, D. C.

\Vhitside, Samuel M., Brig.-Gen., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Whittemore, James M., Col.. New Haven,
Conn.

Wilcox, John A., Lieut.-Col., London, Eng-
land.

Wilhelm. Thomas, Maj.. San Francisco, Cal.

Willard, Wells, Lieut.-Col., Springfield, Mass.

Wilcox, Orlando B., Brig.-Gen., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Williston, Edward B., Col., Washington.

Wills,' David, Chaplain, Washington, D. C.

Wilson, Charles I.. Col., New York. N. Y.

Wilson, David B., Lieut.-Col., Sioux City, la.

Wilson, James H., Brig.-Geo.. Wilmington,
Del.

Wilson, John M., Brig.-Gen., Washington.

Winne, C. K., Lieut.-Col., Baltimore, Md.

Witcher, John S., Maj., Salt Lake City,
Utah.

Wolverton, William D., Lieut.-Col., Van-
couver. Wash.

Wood, Henry C., Col.. New York, N. Y.

Wood. Thomas J., Brig.-Gen.. Dayton, O.

Woodhull. Alfred A., Col., Princeton, N. J.

Woodruff. Edward C., Lieut.-Col., Glen
Ridge. N. J.

Woodward. George A.. Col., Washington.

Worth. William S., Brig.-Gen., Fort Hamil-
ton, N. Y.



THE AKMY.



231



RETIUEMEXT OF OFFICERS IN 1903.

Heunisee, Argalus G., Col., cavalry, Jar*. 16.

Babbitt, Lawrence S,, Col., ordnance depart-
ment, Feb. 18.

Davis, Charles L., Col., Infantry, Feb. 27.

Farley, Joseph P., Col., ordnance depart-
ment, March 2.

Varuey, Almoii L., Lieut. -Col., ordnance
department, April 5.

Hughes, Robert K, Maj.-Gen.. April 11.

Furey, John V., Col., quartermaster's de-
partment. May 22.

Newbold, Charles, Maj., pay department,
June 25.

Goodale, Greenleaf A., Col., infantry, July 4.

Liidington, M. I., Brig.-Gen., quartermas-
ter-general, July 4.

Vose, W. P., Lieut. -Col., artillery corps,
July 19.

Dare, Jeremiah Z., Capt., quartermaster's
department, July 20.

McCrea, Tully, Col., artillery corps, July 23.

ORGANIZATION

Under the army reorganization act, ap-
proved Feb. 2, 1901, the number of general
officers provided for was 22, staff officers
870, line officers 2,922; total, 3,814. The
minimum of the commissioned and enlisted
strength was fixed at 57.870 and the maxi-
mum nt 102,258. (The total of the old army
was 31,472.) On the 24th of October, 1902,
the secretary of war established the organi-
zation of the enlisted strength of the army
as follows:

CAVALRY.

12 troops of 65 enlisted men each 780

Regimental and squadron noncommis-
sioned staff 8

Regimental band 28



Total enlisted men in regiment 816

Number of regiments 15

Total enlisted men in cavalry 12,240

Each troop of cavalry will consist of 1 flrst
sergeant, 1 quartermaster sergeant, 6 ser-
geants, 6 corporals, 2 cooks, 2 blacksmiths
and farriers, 1 saddler, 1 wagoner, 2 trum-
peters, 43 privates 85.

Each cavalry band will consist of 1 chief
musician, 1 chief trumpeter, 1 principal
musician, 1 drum major. 4 sergeants, 8 cor-
porals, 1 cook, 11 privates 28.

ARTILLERY CORPS.

Sergeants major, senior grade 21

Sergeants major, junior grade 27

10 bands (organized as provided for

cavalry) of 28 men each 280



Total noncommissioned staff, bands. 328

COAST ARTILLERY.

126 companies of 109 enlisted men each. 13, 734

FIELD ARTILLERY.

30 batteries of 120 enlisted men each.. 3,680

Total enlisted men in artillery corps. 17, 742

Each company of coast artillery will con-
sist of 1 first sergeant, 1 quartermaster ser-
geant, 8 sergeants, 12 corporals, 2 cooks, 2
mechanics, 2 musicians, 81 privates 109.

Kuch battery of field artillery will consist
of 1 first sergeant, 1 quartermaster sergeant,

1 stable sergeant, 6 sergeants, 12 corporals,

2 cooks, 1 artificers, 2 musicians, Ul prl-
vates -120.



Davis, George W., Maj.-Gen., July 26.

Reilly, James W:, Lieut. -Col., ordnan
department, Aug. 2.

Rawles, J. B., Col., artillery corps, Aug. 4.

Miles, Nelsou A., Lieut.-Gen., Aug. 8.

Lippineott, Henry, Col., medical .depart-
ment, Sept. 22.

Mansfield, Samuel M., Col., corps of engi-
neers, Sept. 25.

McNally, Valentine, Maj. (o. s. k.), ord-
nance department, Oct. 18.

Hasbrouck, H. C., Col., artillery corps,
Oct. 26.

Kress, John A., Lieut. -Col., ordnance de-
partment, Nov. 4.

Cleary, Peter J. A., Col., medical depart-
ment, Nov. 7.

Hunter, Edward, Col., judge-advocate gen-
eral's department, Nov. 22.

Baird, George W., Lieut.-Col., pay depart-
ment, Dec. 13.

Baldwin, Theodore A., Col-., cavalry, Dec. 31.

OF THE AKMY.

INFANTRY.

12 companies of 65 enlisted men each.. 780
Regimental and battalion noncommis-
sioned staff 8

Regimental band 28

Total enlisted men in regiment 816

Number of regiments 30



Total enlisted men in Infantry '.24,480

Each infantry company will consist of 1
first sergeant, 1 quartermaster sergeant,- 4
sergeants, 6 corporals, 2 cooks, 1 artificer, 2
musicians, 48 privates 65.

Each infantry band will consist of 1 chief
musician, 1 principal musician, 1 drum
major, 4 sergeants, 8 corporals, 1 cook, 12
privates 28.

ENGINEERS.

4 companies of 104 enlisted men each.. 416
Battalion noncommissioned staff



Total enlisted men in battalion 418

Number of battalions 3



Total of enlisted men in battalions 1,254

Engineer band (organized as provided
for infantry) 28



Total enlisted men In engineers 1,282

Each engineer company will consist of 1
first sergeant, 1 quartermaster sergeant, 8
sergeants, 10 corporals, 2 cooks, 2 musicians,
40 first-class privates, 40 second-class pri-
vates 104.

Additional strength For four troops of
cavalry, 2 corporals and 33 privates each,
and 12 companies of infantry, 2 sergeants,
4 corporals and 59 privates each, when sta-
tioned at the General Service and Staff col-
lege: for 12 troops of cavalry. 2 corporals
and 18 privates each, when stationed at the
School of Application for .Cavalry and Field
Artillery; for the company of infantry on
duty as legation guard, Pekin, China, 2
sergeants, 4 corporals, 79 privates 1,245.

Total enlisted in line of the army.... 56,989

STAFF DEPARTMENTS, ETC.

United States military academy... 342

Signal corps 810

Ordnance department 700

Post commissary sergeants 200

Post quartermaster sergeants 150

Electrician sergeants 100

Indian scouts 75

Recruiting parties and recruits 500

Total staff, etc 2.877



Total army 59,866



232 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

(Corrected to Nov. 1, 1902.)
School. Location. President. Instructors. Students

Amherst Amherst, Mass George Harris, D. D., LL. D 35 390

Armour institute Chicago P. \V. Gunsaulus, D. D 43 1,000

Augustana Rock Island, 111 G. Andreen 40 600

Baker university Baldwin, Kas L. H. Murlin, A. M., D. D 45 860

Bates Lewiston, Me G. C. Chase D. D., LL. D 22 340

Baylor university Waco, Tex Samuel P. Brooks, A. M 37 859

Beloit Beloit, Wis E. D. Eaton, D. D., LL. D 26 430

Berea Berea, Ky William G. Frost, D. D 45 900

Bethany Lindsborg, Kas Carl Swensson, Ph. D., D. D 47 865

Boston university Boston, Mass Wm. F. Warren, S. T. D.,. LL.D.144 1.336

Bowdoin Brunswick, Me Wm. DeWitt Hyde, D. D., LL. D. 40 404

Brigham Young Logan, Utah James H. Linford, B. S., D. B.. 32 630

Brown university Providence, R. I VV. H. P. Faunce, D. D 80 926

Bucknell university Lewisburg, Pa John H. Harris. LL. D 45 620

Catholic U. of Am Washington, D. C Thomas J. Conaty, S. T. D 23 129

Central university Richmond. Ky Rev. W. C. Roberts, D.D., LL.D.107 1,205

Claflin university Orangeburg, S. C L - M - Dunton, D, D 33 700

Colby Waterville, Me Charles L. White, A. M 16 195

College of the City of

New York. New York, N. Y..... A . s . Wt -bb, LL D , 95 2 170

Colorado college Colorado Springs, Col... w. F. Slocum, LL. D... ..43 624

Columbia -NeWYork, NY.. x. M. Butler, Ph. D., LL. D 5SO 4,242

Columbian university.. \\ashington, D.C Charles W. Needham, LL. D....160 1151

Cornell college. . Mount Vernon, Iowa... William F. King, LL. D 36; 610

Cornell university Ithaca, NY... J.G. Schurman, A.M., D.S., LL.D.421 3,500

Dartmouth Hanover, N. H William J. Tucker, LL. D., 68 786

Denison university Granville, O Emory W. Hunt, D. D., LL. D.. 35 450

De Pauw university... Greencastle, Ind H. A. Gobin, D. D 28- 620

Drake university Des Moines. Iowa Hill M. Bell 102 1,820

Fisk university Nashville, Tenn James G. Merrill, D. D ,..34 498

Fort Worth university. Georgetown, T>. C.....O. L. Fisher, A. M., D. D 52 821

Georgetown university Fort Worth, Tex Rev. Jerome Daugherty, S. J 118 750

Girard college Philadelphia A. H. Fetterolf, LL. D 66 1,538

Grove City college Grove City, Pa I. C. Kettler, D. D 18 602

Hampton institute Hampton, Va H. B. Frissell, D. D., LL. D 80 1,061

Harvard university Cambridge, Mass Charles W. Eliot, LL. D 525 4,226

Howard university Washington, D. C J. E. Rankin, D. D., LL. D 60 900

Illinois Wesleyan Bloomingtou, 111 E. M. Smith, M. A., D. D 34 1,405

Indiana university Bloomington, Ind William L. Bryan 70 1,285

Iowa State college Ames, Iowa E'. N. Stanton, M. Sc. (acting).. 84 1,400

Johns Hopkins Baltimore, Md Ira Remsen, M. D., Ph.D., LL.D.147 669

Kentucky university... Lexington, Ky B. A. Jenkins 18 400

Knox college Galesburjr. Ill .Thomas McClelland, A. M., D. D. 26 688

Lafayette college Easton. Pa Rev. E. D. Warfield, D. D., LL. D. 30 416

Lake Forest collego...Lake Forest, 111 Richard D. Harlan, D. D 22 116

Lawrence university... Appleton, Wis Samuel Plautz, Ph. D.. D. D 31 496

Lehigh university Bethlehem, Pa Thomas M. Drown, LL. D 50 585

Lewis institute. Chicago George N. Carman, director 75 2,000

Leland Stanford, Jr Palo Alto, Cal David S. Jordan. LL. D 130 1,330

Manhattan college New York, N. Y Rev. Brother Jerome, S. C 20 220

Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology... Boston, Mass Henry S. Pritchett, LL. D 185 1,600

Michigan Agricultural.. Lansing, Mich j. L. Snyder, Ph. D 60 710

Monmouth college Mon mouth, 111 J. X. Swan (acting) 18 359

Mount Holyoke college.. S. Hadley, Mass Mary K. Woolley. Lit.D., L.H.D. 76 673

Nevada State univ Reno.Nev Joseph E. Stubbs, D. D 28 414

New York university... New York, N. Y H. M. MacCracken, D. D., LL. D.212 2,040

Northwestern univ Evanston, 111 Edmund J. James, LL. D 244 3.608

Oberlin college Oberlin, O Henry C. King 98 1,430

Ohio State university... Columbus, O Wm. O. Thompson, D. D., LL. D.135 1,603

Ohio Wesleyan Delaware, James W. Hashford, D.D., Ph.D. 126 1,500

Ottawa university Ottawa, Kas J. D. S. Rigss. Ph. D., L. H. U. 23 630

Polytechnic institute... Brooklyn, N. Y Henry S. Snow. LL. D 50 700

Pratt institute Brooklyn, N. Y Charles M. Pratt 134 3,183

Princeton university... Princeton, N. J Francis L. Patton, D. D., LL. D.101 1,350

Purdue university Lafayette, Ind w. E. Stone, Ph. D 85 1,225

State Cniv. of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Geo. E. MacLean. LL. D., Ph. D.160 1,512

St. Francis Xavier New York, N. Y Rev. David W. Hearn. S. J 34 712

St. Ignatius Chicago Henry J. Dumbaoh 30 612

Simpson college Indianola, Iowa Charles E. Shelton. A. M 33 836

Smith college Northampton, Mass L. Clarke Seelye, D. D., LL. D.. 83 1,017

State Univ. of Ky Louisville, Ky L. C. Pierce, D. D 11 150

Syracuse university Syracuse, N. Y James R. Day, S. T. D., LL: D.170 2,000

Talladega college.... \..Tallad<>!ra, Ala G. W. Andrews 2S 534

Tufts college Tufts College, Mass....R. H. Capon, D. D.. LL. D 150 1,000

Tulane university New Orleans, La E. A. Alderman, LL. D 86 1,223



PENSIONS ON AMERICAN RAILROADS. 233


Sellout. Location.
Union college College \ lew, Neb
Union college Scheuectady, N. Y...
U. S. Military academy. West Point, N. Y
U. S. Naval academy Annapolis, Md
Uuiv. of Alabama .University, Ala
Uuiv. of Arizona Tucson, Ariz
Uuiv. of California Berkeley, Cal
Uuiv. of Chicago Chicago.
Uuiv. of Cincinnati Cincinnati, O
Uuiv. of Colorado Boulder, Col
Univ. of Denver Denver, Col
Univ. of Georgia Athens, Ga
Univ. of Idaho Moscow, Idaho
Univ. of Illinois Urbaua, 111
.Univ. of Kansas Lawrence, Kas...'
Univ. of Maine Orono, Me
Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich
Uuiv. of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn....
Univ. of Missouri Columbia, Mo


President.
..L. A. Hoopes
..A. V. V. Raymond,
..Col. Albert L. Mill
..Capt. W. H. Brow
..W. .S. Wyman, LL.
..F. Yale Adams, A.
..Benjamin Ide Whet
. W. It. Harper, Ph.I
.Howard Ayers, LL
.James H. Baker, M
..H. A. Buchtel, D.
..Walter B. Hill, LL
..James A. McLean,
..Andrew S. Draper,
..Frank Strong, Ph. ]
..George Emory Fell
.James B. Angell, L
..Cyrus Northrop, LL
..Richard H. Jesse, I
. .R B. Fulton LL


Instructors. Students
26 415
D. D., LL. D. 18 186
s 66 459
iisnii 60 390
D 45 396
M 22 215
ler, LL. D....308 3,039
)., D.D., LL.D.323 4,550
. D 160 1,334
. A., LL. D. ..105 925
D 133 1,167
. D 138 2,689
Ph. D 30 350


LL D.. . 345 3 300


0., chancellor. 80 1,350
ows- 57 475
L. D 247 3,800
. D 270 3,700
jL. D 100 1,600


T) . . yn osn


Univ.' of Montana Missoula, Mont
Univ. of Nebraska Lincoln, Neb
Univ of N Carolina Chapel Hill, N. C


.Oscar J. Craig, A. M., Ph. D.... 13 315
. .E. Benjamin Andrews, LL. D 173 2,289
. l'\ I'. Veiiable, Ph. D 58 573


Univl of N! Dakota Grand Forks, N. D...
Univ. of Notre Dame... Notre Dame, Ind
Univ. of Oklahoma Norman, O. T
Univ. of Oregon Eugene, Ore


,\V. Merrineld. M. A 35 500
Rev. Andrew Morrlssev, C. S. O. . 60 800
..David R. Boyd, Ph. D 30 400
.Prnce L. Campbell, A. B 55 470
.Charles C Harrison T.T, n MQ 9. Knn


Univ. of S. Dakota Vermilion, S. D
Univ. of Tennessee Knoxvllle, Tenn
Univ. of Texas Austin, Tex
Univ. of Utah . . . Salt Lake City, Utah.


.G. Droppers, A. B.
.C. W. Dabney, Ph.
..William L. Pra'ther
.J. T. Kingsbury, P
..P. B. Barringer, M
M S Buckham D


31 450
D., LL. D.... 80 618
, LL. D 72 1,200
h. D 30 702


Univ. of Virginia Charlottesville, Va...
Univ. of Vermont Burlington, Vt


D., LL. D... 55 620
T> . 34 3ft


Univ. of Washington... Seattle, Wash
Univ. of Wisconsin Madison, Wis


Frank P. Graves, Ph. D., LL. D. 35 601
E. A Birge (aetlft trt ma 141


Univ. of Wyoming Laramie, Wyo
Vanderbilt university.. Nashville, Tenn
Vassar college Poughkeepsie, N. Y..
Washington university. St. Louis, Mo
W. Virginia university. Morgantown, W. Va..
Western Reserve univ.. Cleveland, O
Western Univ. of Pa...Pittsburg, Pa
I Williams college Williamstown, Mass.


.E. E. Smiley, D. D
..J. H. Kirkland, Ph
.James M. Taylor, 1
.W. S. Chaplin, LL.
..D. B. Purinton, Ph
..Charles F. Thwing
.J. A. Brashear (act
Rev. Henry Hopkii
.Arthur T. Hadley,
aed, 1902.

RICAN RAILROAD!


17 200
. D., LL. D.. 90 800
). D., LL. D.. 77 860
D 134 1,932
D., LL. D... 70 905
LL D 150 875


ng) 116 892


is, D.D..LL.D. 30 425
LL. D 307 2,785


Yale university New Haven, Conn
*Resig

PENSIONS ON AME


5.


[From the Ra
Seven of the great railroad systems of
America give pensions to employes who
have been in their service for twenty-five
years or more when they have reached the
age of 65. The conditions of retirement
vary on the different roads, but essentially
the system is the same. On the Chicago &
Northwestern an employe, to receive a pen-
sion, must have been in the service twenty
years, on the Laokawanroa twenty-five
years and on the Illinois Central ten; on
the Pennsylvania there is no limit in this
respect except that employes are not to be
pensioned under the 65-year limit unless
thev have served 'thirty years. On the
Illinois Central outdoor employes may be
retired at 65 years; all emploves may be
at 60 years if incapacitated; all must be


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retired at 70 without regard to whether or
not they have served long enough to receive
a pension.
The pensions are graded according to
average salary received during the last ten
years of service. For example, if for the
last ten years his monthly pay has equaled
$60 a month and his term of service thirty
years the pension will be $18 a month equal



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