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John F. Hubbard, Ohio.
Powers Symington, West Virginia. Marcus L. Miller, naval station, Olongapo.
Yates Stirling. Jr.naval academy. Lloyd H. Chandler, Connecticut.
Raymond D. Hasbrouck, Constellation, Oscar W. Koester, recruiting duty.
Walter Ball, navy yard. Boston, Mass. George N. Hayward, Rhode Island.
Joel R. P. Pringle, Maine. Samuel S. Robinson, Tennessee.
Benjamin B. McCormick, inspector ordnance.. Charles F. Hughes, Washington.
Edw. S. Kellogg, waiting orders. Albert L. Norton, Iowa.
David V. H. Allen, recruiting duty. James H. Reid, sick leave.
Frank H. Clark, Jr., inspector ordnance. Edward L. Beach, naval academy.
Eugene L. Bisset, naval station, Cavite, P. I. Herman 0. Stickney. South Dakota.
Edward H. Campbell, Milwaukee. Henry A. Wiley, Kentucky.
Walter S. Crosley, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Frederic B. Bassett, Jr., Denver.
Charles J. Lang, Glacier. Herbert G. Gates, naval academy.
Henry B. Price, bureau of ordnance.
Martin E. Trench, naval academy.
Thomas S. Wilson, Colorado.
Henry A. Pearson, Illinois. Thomas P. Magruder, Alabama.
Orton P. Jackson, Minnesota. Sumner E. W. Kittelle, Mississippi.
Francis L. Chadwick, Prairie. William V. Pratt, waiting orders.
John S. Doddridge, waiting orders. Louis M. Nulton, naval academy.
Percy N. Olmsted, waiting orders. George R. Marvell, commanding Eagle.
John R. Brady, Pennsylvania. John B. Patton, commanding Culgoa.
Allen M. Cook, California. William D. MacDougall, naval war college.
Christopher C. Fewel, nav. tr. sta., San Francisco. George B. Bradshaw, bureau of navigation.
Frank B. Upham, New Jersey. Cleland N. Oftley, bureau of steam engineering. Andre M. Procter, navy yard, Washington, D. C. Louis R. de Steiguer, Illinois.
John L. Sticht, Indiana. William W. Phelps, Constellation.
Richard S. Douglas, Galveston. Louis A. Kaiser, Washington.
Alfred A. Pratt, waiting orders. William C. Cole, Kansas.
Emmet R. Pollock, Wolverine. Charles A. Brand, bureau of ordnance.
John P. J. Ryan, naval academy. Philip Williams, Charleston.
Chester Wells, bureau of ordnance. Warren J. Tertune, Maine.
Irvin V. G. Gillis. naval attache, American em. George G. Mitchell, naval station, Olongapo.
bassy, Pekin, China. Cleland Davis, bureau of equipment.
Ridley McLean, Connecticut (staff). William K. Harrison, Minnesota.
Raymond Stone, Albany. Frank H. Schofield, commanding Supply.
David F. Sellers, bureau of navigation. Urban T. Holmes, navy yard, Washington, D. C. John T. Tompkins, West Virginia (staff). Jehu V. Chase, Kearsarge.
Provoost Babin, Rhode Island. Henry J. Ziegemeier, naval academy.
Simon P. Fullinwider. Connecticut. " Matt H. Signor. West Virginia.
Stephen V. Graham, Washington. George W. Williams, bureau of ordnance.
Alfred W. Hinds, Virginia. Claude B. Price, West Virginia.
Ernest L. Bennett, Virginia. Montgomery W. Taylor, Wabash.
William P. Scott, navy yard, Washington, D. C. Carl T. Vogelgesang, commanding Mayflower.
Joseph M. Reeves, naval academy. Charles B. McVay, Jr., Alabama.
Roscoe C. Moody, naval academy. John H. Dayton, naval academy.
Fritz L. Sandoz, waiting orders. Lucius A. Bostwick, Tacoma.
Leland F. James, naval academy. William A. Moffett, bureau of equipment.
Frank Lyon, New Jersey.
John McC. Luby, Maryland.
Rank of Captain.
Abel F. Price, member examining board.
Dwight Dickinson, mem. exam. and ret. boards. Henry C. Kuenzli, inspector equipment.
John C. Wise, naval medical school. John H. Rowen, Asiatic station.
Paul Fitzsimons, medical supply depot. Henry H. Caldwell, inspector ordnance.
William S Dixon, naval dispensary. Henry H. Hough, naval intelligence.
Remus C. Persons, naval hospital, Mare island. Milton E. Reed, Charleston.
Thomas H. Streets, naval hospital, Washington. Harley H. Christy, naval academy.
Manly H. Simons, naval hospital, Philadelphia. Noble E. Irwin, naval academy.
John C. Boyd, president board medical examiners. Waldo Evans, Pennsylvania.
George E. H. Harmon. naval hospital, New York. Thomas J. Senn, torpedo station.
Howard Wells, sick leave. Jay H. Sypher, Missouri.
David N. Bertolette, recruiting duty. Bion B. Bierer, recruiting duty.
Ezra Z. Derr, navy yard. Portsmouth, N. H. Charles F. Preston, naval academy.
Presley M. Rixey. chief bu. medicine and surgery. Richard H. Leigh, navy yard, New York, N. Y.
Walter A. McClurg, member examining boards. Adelbert Althouse, Vermont.
Rank of Commander
Lucien G. Heneberger, naval hospital, Newport. George W. Laws, naval academy.
Edward H. Green, navy yard. New York, N. Y. George C. Day, Connecticut.
Samuel H. Dickson, navy yard, Norfolk, Va. Luke McNamee, naval station, Guam.
Howard E. Ames, naval hospital, Boston, Mass. Frederick L. Sawyer, navy yard, New York, N. Y. | Frank Anderson, navy yard, Mare island. Charles L. Hussey, bureau of navigation.
Phillips A. Lovering. naval hospital, Norfolk, Va. John R. Y. Blakely, 3d lighthouse district.
William R. Du Bose, naval hospital, Yokohama. Charles T. Jewell, Louisiana.
Charles T. Hibbett, nav. hospital, New Fort Lyon. Gregory C. Davison, torpedo station.
Henry G. Beyer, special duty abroad. Leon S. Thompson, bureau of equipment.
John M. Steele, recruiting duty... Frederick A. Traut, naval intelligence.
James E. Gardiner, Charleston (fleet). John F. Hines, waiting orders.
George P. Lumsden, Minneapolis. Fred R. Payne, sick leave.
James C.Byrnes, West Virginia (fleet). Robert K. Crank, naval intelligence.
Averley C. H. Russell, sick leave. Stanford E. Moses, Georgia.
Clement Biddle, training station, San Francisco.
SURGEONS. Rank of Lieutenant-Commander. Henry T. Percey, navy yard. Washington, D. C. Emlyn H. Marsteller, recruiting duty. James D. Gatewood, medical school, Washington. Oliver Diebl, navy yard, League island. John M. Edgar, navy yard, Boston, Mass. Philip Leach, Hancock. Lloyd W. Curtis, Connecticut (fleet). Henry B. Fitts, Buffalo. Francis S. Nash, waiting orders. Victor C. B. Means, sick leave. Francis W. F. Wieber, naval hospital, Cavite, P. I. Oliver D. Norton, recruiting duty. Isaac W. Kite, Franklin Andrew R. Wentworth, Louisiana. Thomas A. Berryhill, Nebraska. Eugene P. Stone, Rhode Island. James G. Field, leave. George Pickrell, naval academy. Rand P. Crandall, Georgia. John F. Urie, bureau of medicine and surgery. Albert M. D. Cormick, naval academy. George B. Wilson, Colorado. Charles F. Stokes, naval hospital, San Juan, P. R. Edward R. Stitt, medical school, Washington. Manly F. Gates, Chicago. Charles H. T. Lowndes, Virginia. , George H. Barber, Kearsarge. George Rothganger, naval hospital, New York. George T. Smith, Maryland. George A. Lung, waiting orders. Luther L. von Wedekind, Alabama. Edwin S. Bogert, Milwaukee. Leckinski W. Spratling, Missouri. Robert M. Kennedy, bureau medicine and surgery. Norman J. Blackwood, New Jersey. William C. Braisted, assistant to bureau of med
icine and surgery. Sheldon G, Evans, naval hospital, Washington. Adrian R. Alfred, Wolverine. Middleton s. Guest. Tennessee. Charles M. De Valin, Washington. Charles P. Bagg. medical school, Washington, D. C. Carl De W. Brownell, training station, Newport. Henry D. Wilson, waiting orders. Lewis Morris, torpedo station. Edward M. Shipp, Illinois. Charles E. Riggs, marine guard, Pekin, China. James F. Leys, Panama canal commission. Frank C. Cook, naval academy. Ammen Farenholt, Independence. Charles P. Kindleberger, naval station, Arthur W. Dunbar, California. Theodore W. Richards, Kansas. Moulton K. Johnson, training station, Newport. William M. Wheeler, Cleveland. Middleton S. Elliott, Maine. Frank L. Pleadwell, bureau medicine and surgery. Dudley N. Carpenter, naval station, Cavite, P. I. James C. Pryor, naval hospital, Yokohama, Japan, Washington B. Grove, Minnesota, Raymond Spear, navy yard, League island. William H. Bucher, naval hospital, Boston, Mass. Edgar Thompson, naval station, Guantanamo. Elon 0. Huntington, naval station, San Juan, P. R. James B. Dennis, naval hospital, Puget sound. Eugene J. Grow, medical school, Washington. Arthur G. Grunwell, Kentucky. Cary D. Langhorne, marine barracks, Washington. Joseph C. Thompson, naval station, Olongapo. Frederick L. Benton, marine detachment, Cuba. Will M. Garton, Ohio. Frank E. McCullough, naval station, Guam. Francis M. Furlong. Vermont. John E. Page, leave. John M. Moore, recruiting duty. Ralph T. Orvis, Chattanooga. Granville L. Augeny, naval station, Guam. William H: Bell. bureau of medicine and surgery. Holton C. Curl, medical school, Washington, D. C. Richmond C. Holcomb, naval hospital, Norfolk. Edward G. Parker, naval hospital. New York. Barton L. Wright, naval hospital, New Fort Lyon. Ralph W. Plummer, recruiting duty. Henry E. Odell, naval hospital, Mare island. James S. Taylor. naval hospital, New York, N. Y. Joseph A. Murphy, Dolphin. John T. Kennedy, recruiting duty. Karl Olmesorg, naval hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
With rank of captain. Lawrence G. Boggs, navy pay office, New York. Samuel R. Colhoun, navy pay office, Baltimore, Md. James A. Ring, waiting orders. James E. Cann, navy pay office, Portsmouth, N. H. John N. Speel, navy pay office, Washington, D. C. Reah Frazer, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Hiram E. Drury, navy pay office, Newport, R. I. Charles W. Littlefield, navy pay office, Boston. William W. Galt, navy pay office, Norfolk, Va. John R. Martin, general storekeeper, Washington. Charles M. Ray, navy yard. Mare island. Mitchell C. McDonald, naval home, Philadelphia. Eustace B. Rogers, paymaster-general of navy. Leeds C. Kerr, general inspector, pay corps. Richard T. M. Ball, navy pay office, Philadelphia.
With rank of commander. Charles S. Williams, navy yard, Boston, Mass. Thomas J. Cowie, naval academy. John S. Carpenter, assistant to bureau of supplies
and accounts. Livingston Hunt, waiting orders. John A. Mudd, bureau of supplies and accounts. George W. Simpson, navy pay office, Washington. Samuel L. Heap, navy yard, Washington, D. C. James S. Phillips, naval station, Charleston. Thomas S. Jewett, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Frank T. Arms, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Thomas H. Hicks, general inspector, pay corps. Ziba W. Reynolds, navy pay office, San Francisco. Eugene D. Ryan, Charleston (fleet). Samuel McGowan, special duty. Henry A. Dent, Connecticut (fleet).
With rank of lieutenant. Walter L. Wilson, waiting orders. William J. Little, West Virginia. Martin McM. Ramsey, navy yard, Portsmouth. Joseph J. Cheatham, naval station, Cavite, P. I. Richard Hatton, Georgia. Barron P. DuBois, special duty. Harry E. Biscoe, navy yard, Norfolk, Va. George G. Seibels, Kentucky. Edmund W. Bonnaffon, navy yard, League island. Joseph Fyffe, torpedo station. John Irwin, Independence. John H. Merriam, Kansas. Timothy S. O'Leary, Colorado. George Brown, Jr., Maryland. Walter B. Izard, navy pay office, Manila, P. I. David Potter, waiting orders. Samuel Bryan, Pennsylvania. Arthur F. Huntington, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Harry H. Balthis, navy yard, Norfolk, Va. Charles Conrad, bureau of supplies and accounts. William T. Gray, naval hospital, Yokohama, Japan. George P. Dyer, bureau of supplies and accounts. John M. Morse, Wabash. Robert H. Woods, naval academy. Robert H. Orr, navy pay office, Seattle, Wash. William A. Merritt. Washington. Webb V. H. Rose, training station, great lakes. William H. Doherty, Missouri. Charles Morris, Jr., navy yard, Norfolk, Va. Frederick K. Perkins, California. George C. Schafer, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Theodore J. Arms, navy yard, League island. George R. Venable, Tennessee. Hugh R. Insley, navy yard, Puget sound. George M. Stackhouse, Minnesota. Gray Skipwith, Milwaukee. Trevor W. Leutze, Hancock. McGill R. Goldsborough, waiting orders. David D. Chadwick, naval station, Cavite, P. I. Eugene C. Tobey, navy yard, New York, N. Y. Jonathan Brooks, navy yard, Puget Sound. Eugene F. Hall, training station. Newport, R. J. Franklin P. Sackett, training station, Newport. David M. Addison, Virginia. William T. Wallace, navy yard, Mare island. Victor S. Jackson, Vermont. John R. Sanford, New Jersey. Herbert E. Stevens, waiting orders. Charles D. O'Leary, navy pay office, Washington. Charles W. Eliason, Louisiana.
Cuthbert J. Cleborne, waiting orders.
Thomas N. Wood, comdg. barracks, Boston, Mass.
Lincoln Karmany, marine barracks, Mare island. Ray Spear, navy yard, Mare island.
Charles A. Doyen,, marine barracks, Annapolis. Christian J. Peoples, bureau supplies and accounts. James E. Mahoney, commanding ist regt., PhilipWilliam B. Rogers, waiting orders.
pine islands, Thomas D. Harris, Chicago
George Barnett, navy yard, Washington, D. C. John F. Hatch, navy yard, Boston, Mass.
Franklin J. Moses, commanding 1st regt. in Cuba. Frederick G. Pyne, naval hospital, New Fort Lyon.
Con M. Perkins, leave. Frederick B. Colby, Alabama.
MAJORS. Edward E. Goodhue, Rhode Island.
Joseph H. Pendleton, commanding barracks, Bre' William R. Bowne, waiting orders
merton, Wash. Rishworth Nicholson, navy yard. Mare island.
John A. Lejeune, comdg. marine barracks, Cavite, John D. Barber, Nebraska.
Eli K. Cole, commanding 2d regiment, Philippines, Edward T. Hoopes, Maine.
Theodore P. Kane, ist regiment in Cuba. Walter A. Greer, navy yard, Mare island.
L. C. Lucas, returning to United States. Cecil S. Baker, navy yard, Boston, Mass.
Charles G. Long, comdg. barracks, Washington. Donal W. Nesbit, bureau of supplies and accounts.
Ben H. Fuller, marine barracks, Annapolis, Mi. John S. Higgins, Ohio.
Lawrence H. Moses, comdg. barracks, Guam. Ignatius T. Hagner, Franklin.
Wendell C. Neville, Connecticut (fleet). George P. Auld, naval station, Cavite, P. I.
Thomas C. Treadwell, commanding barracks, Ports. James S. Beecher, training station, San Francisco.
mouth, N. H. Henry de F. Mel, Kearsarge.
Dion Williams, 1st regiment in Cuba.
Edward R. Lowndes, sick leave.
John T. Myers, West Virginia.
Albertus W. Catlin, ist regiment in Cuba.
William N. McKelvy, war college (staff).
John H. Russell, Isthmian canal zone.
RETIRED LIST. with rank of colonel, headquarters, Washington.
REAR-ADMIRALS. Henry C. Haines, assistant adjutant and inspector, with rank of lieutenant-colonel, San Francisco.
George B. Balch, Baltimore, Md. Rufus H. Lane, assistant adjutant and inspector,
John H. Upshur, Washington, D. C. with rank of major, headquarters, Washington.
Samuel R. Franklin, Washington, D. C. Louis J. Magill, assistant adjutant and inspector,
Stephen B. Luce, war college, Newport, R. I. . with rank of major, Manila, P. I.
David B. Harmony, Santa Barbara, Cal. Albert S. McLemore, assistant adjutant and in
Aaron W. Weaver, Washington, D. C spector, with rank of major, headquarters, Wash
George Brown, Indianapolis, Ind. ington, D. C.
Francis M. Ramsay, Washington, D
Oscar F. Stanton, New London, Conn.
Henry Erben, New York, N. Y.
Joseph N. Miller, New York, N. Y. Thomas C. Prince, assistant quartermaster, with Edmund 0. Matthews, leave a broad.
rank of lieutenant-colonel, assistant quartermas. Charles S. Norton, Brooklyn, N. Y. ter's office, headquarters, Washington, D. C. John A. Howell, Warrenton, Va. Charles L. McCawley, assistant quartermaster, Henry L. Howison, Yonkers, N Y
with rank of major, headquarters, Washington. George C. Remey, Washington, Cyrus S. Radford, assistant quartermaster, with John C. Watson, Washington, D. rank of major, assistant quartermaster's office, Winfield S. Schley, Washington, D. Philadelphia, Pa.
Silas Casey, Washington, D. C. William B. Lemly, assistant quartermaster, with Bartlett J. Cromwell, Washington, D. C. rank of captain, Manila, P. I.
Francis J. Higginson, New York, N. Y. Edward A. Jonas, assistant quartermaster, with Frederick Rodgers, president board on changes, _rank of captain, returning to United States.
navy yard, New York, N. Y. Henry L. Roosevelt, assistant quartermaster, with Louis Kempff, special duty, department commerce rank of captain, Havana, Cuba.
and labor. Norman G. Burton, assistant quartermaster, with
George W. Sumner, Patchogue, L. I. rank of captain, Isthmian canal zone.
Albert S. Barker, Boston, Mass. Hugh L. Mathews, assistant quartermaster, with
Charles E. Clark, Montpelier, Vt. rank of captain, marine barracks, New York. Benjamin F. Day, Glasgow, Va. Rupert C. Dewey, assistant quartermaster, with
Alexander H. McCormick, Annapolis, Md. rank of captain, assistant quartermaster's office,
Charles S. Cotton, abroad. Philadelphia, Pa.
Silas W. Terry, Annapolis, Md. Frank J. Schwable, assistant quartermaster, with
Merrill Miller, Berkeley, Cal. rank of captain, marine barracks, Norfolk, Va.
John J. Read, Mount Holly, N. J. Percy F. Archer, assistant quartermaster, with
Mortimer L. Johnson, Portsmouth, N. H.' rank of captain, headquarters, Washington, D. C.
William G. Buehler, Philadelphia, Pa.
Henry B. Robeson, Walpole, N. H.
Henry Glass, Berkeley, Cal.
George H. Wadleigh, Dover, N. H. George Richards, assistant paymaster, with rank Arent s. Crowninshield, Seal Harbor, Me. of lieutenant-colonel, paymaster's office, Wash Yates Stirling. Richfield Springs, N. Y.
William C. Wise, special duty department comWilliam C. Dawson, assistant paymaster, with merce and labor. rank of major, San Francisco, Cal.
Francis A. Cook, Brooklyn, N. Y. William G. Powell, assistant paymaster, with rank Purnell F. Harrington, Jamestown exposition. of captain, Manila, P. I.
Nicoll Ludlow, governor naval home.
James Entwistle, Paterson, N. J.
George W. Melville, Philadelphia, Pa. allan C. Kelton, special duty, Portsmouth, N. H. Colby M. Chester, navy department. Paul St. C. Murphy, comdg. barracks, New York. Charles D. Sigsbee, Metropolitan club, Washing. William P. Biddle, commanding brigade, Cavite. Littleton W. T. Waller, marine barracks, Norfolk. | Benjamin P. Lamberton, Washington, D. C.
ton, D. 0. Randolph Dickins, comdg. barracks, League island. | French E. Chadwick, Newport, R. 1..
Green el. heads. assistapaymaste
wington, Diant-colonelstant paymaton, D.
Bowman H. McCalla, Santa Barbara, Cal.
Frank Courtis, Washington, D. C.
of commerce and labor.
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS PAY TABLE.
Pay per Navy (line).
annum.* Admiral of the navy..
......$13,500 Rear-admiralsFirst nine.............
7,500 Second nine... Chiefs of bureaus....
5,500 Captains .......
3,500 Judge-advocate general
4,500 Commanders ..
1,800 Lieutenants (junior grade).....
1,500 Ensigns ....................
1,400 Chief boatswains, gunners, carpenters, sailmakers ............
1,400 Midshipmen at sea.......
950 Midshipmen at academy....
500 Marine corps. Brigadier-general ..............
3,500 Lieutenant-colonels ...
2,500 Captains (line)........
Pay per Marine corps.
annum.* Captains (staff).....
... $2,000 First lieutenants............. Second lieutenants.....
*Or shore duty beyond sea, 10 per cent increase.
Chaplains of or above the rank of lieutenantcommander get the pay and allowances of a lieutenant-commander,' those who have rank of lieutenant commander, appointed prior to July 1, 1906. $2,800; others according to rank in above table: professors of mathematics, $2,400 to $3,500; civil engineers, same as professors; assistant civil engineers, $1,500 to $2,100; naval constructors, $3,200 to $4,200; assistant naval constructors, $2,000; war. rant officers, $1,200 to $1,800.
Petty officers and chief petty officers get a salary ranging from $30 to $70 per month.
First-class sea men get $24 a month; seamen gunners, $26; firemen, first-class, $35; ordinary seamen, $19; firemen, second class, $30; shipwrights. $25; apprentice sea men, $16; coal passers, $22.
The term of enlistment in the United States navy is four years.
CENTENARIANS IN THE UNITED STATES.
In 1900 there were 3,536 persons in the United | Leopold Simon, 101, Chicago, Ill., April 19. States aged 100 years or more. Of these 1,283 | Mrs. Rebecca Levy, 100, Chicago, Ill., April 23. were men and 2,247 women. All but 419 were na Mrs. Anna Lugowska, 102, Chicago, Ill., April 25. tive born and 2,553 were negroes. In Illinois there | Felix Rodriguez (Aztec Indian), 119, San Antonio, were 78 persons more than 100 years of age, of Tex., May 3. whom 31 were men and 47 women. The deaths of Peter Forbes, 105, Deer Grove, Ill.. May 17. the following centenarians in the United States Mrs. Bridget Hannon, 101, St. Louis, Mo., May 22. were reported in 1907 up to Nov. 1:
James F. McKeon, 104, Sioux Falls, S. D.. M Otis Eddy. 102, Rockford. Ill., Jan. 29.
John Chandler, 107, Hulls, Ill., June 26. George W. Reynolds, 105. Bath, N. Y., Feb. 3. Francis Binion, 107, Vernon, Ill., June 28. Mrs. "Marganet Ginley. 105, Waukegan, Ill., Feb. Mrs. Smith Austin, 104, Charlotte, Mich., June 28. Mrs. Anna Rezek, 103, Chicago, Ill., Feb. 11. Mrs. Katherine Felske, 104, Grand Island, Neb., Wm, Welch, 106, East Lempster, N. H., Feb. 28. June 28. Amy Rockholm (colored), 102, Piqua. 0., Feb. 28. John Kelderhouse, 107, Schenectady, N. Y., July 18. Mrs. Louise Chauncey, 107, Fayette, N.Y., March 1. Elsie J. Nickerson, 107, Canton, Ill.. July 18. Thomas H. Roe, 100, Newburgh, N. Y.. March 8. Mrs. Mary J. Baughman, 105, Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Featherstone Osler, 101, Toronto, Ont., Aug. 26. March 18.
| Jose Guiterez, 117, El Paso. Tex., Oct. 8. John O'Keefe, 108, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 3. Feliciana Garza, 117, Stockdale, Tex., Oct. 22.
LIST OF SHIPS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
NOTE--Abbreviations: T, S., twin screw; Tr. S., triple screw; S., screw. Where size of guns is expressed in inches, only main battery is given. Where size is expressed in pounds and under four inches, vessels have only a secondary battery.
in Normes. Abbreviation certis twin screw
Bainbridge.. Barry.... Chauncey... Dale ... Decatur.... Hopkins. Hull Lawrence ... Macdonough. Paul Jones...