ARMY & NAVY: All in a Lifetime

It is seldom that one man in a lifetime—even a lifetime of 78 years— engages in as many stirring events as fell to the lot of Rear Admiral Charles Dwight Sigsbee, U. S. N., retired. He died last week in Manhattan, where he had lived since his retirement in 1907, and general notice was taken of the death of the man who commanded the Maine at the time of its sinking in Havana harbor.

But Admiral Sigsbee had many other titles to distinction. After his graduation from Annapolis in...

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