Hearings Before the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate Concerning the Affray at Brownsville, Tex., on the Night of August 13 and 14, 1906, Volume 2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - Riots
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Page 1233 - ... that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to the matters therein stated to be alleged upon information and belief, and as to those matters he believes it to be true.
Page 1434 - The time has come for the committee to adjourn. (At 12.45 o'clock pm the committee took a recess until 2 o'clock pm) AFTERNOON SESSION. The committee met pursuant to taking a recess at 2 o'clock pm, Hon.
Page 1552 - To this question, the accused (or party objecting) objected as follows: (Insert objection.) To which the member replied: (Insert reply.) The accused (his counsel,) (the reporter,) and judge-advocate withdrew and the court was closed, and on being opened the president announced in their presence that the objection was sustained.
Page 963 - Yes, sir. / (At 12.35 o'clock pm the committee took a recess until 2 o'clock /pm) AFTERNOON SESSION. The committee reconvened, pursuant to the taking of recess, at 2 o'clock pm Present, Senators Warren (chairman), Scott, Foraker, Lodge, Hemenway, Bulkeley, Warner, Pettus, Foster, and Overman.
Page 1322 - I am going to fix that white so that he will never fool with another soldier's friend.' As soon as he said that one of the men out of another company swore and said: 'By , I'll go with you. Everybody but me and one or two others spoke up at once and said they would go with him.
Page 1623 - ... coating. If, however, a cleaning rod is not at hand, the barrel should be cleaned as thoroughly as possible by means of the thong brush and rags, and oiled as above. To clean or oil the bore with rags, the thong brush is unscrewed, the rag placed in the rag slot of the thong tip and drawn from the imizzle toward the breech.
Page 972 - Q. Who did it ?— A. Yes, sir. By Senator OVERMAN : Q. Did you notice which way Corporal Madison went after they left you? — A. I don't know, sir ; I didn't pay any attention. Q. Did you see him any more that night? — A. No, sir. Q. They were going in an opposite direction from the barracks? — A. Yes, sir; the barracks are back here, and they were going to the noncommissioned officers
Page 1623 - ... one side and facing the rear sight on the rifle, when the soldier is in the act of aiming, can see the reflection of both sights and the object aimed at, and can therefore judge of the accuracy of the soldier's aim and the steadiness of his trigger squeeze. (See page 26, Ordnance Publication 1023, "Description and rules for the management of the United States magazine rifle.") Anemometer: An instrument for measuring the velocity of the wind.