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BUNZENDAHK WWU - Pershing's Latest Casualty List. WASHINGTON,...
Pershing's Latest Casualty List. WASHINGTON, .Tuly 27.--General Penning Penning today reported 168 casualties, divided as follows: Killed in ntnon. 64: died of wounds. SO: died of disease, 5: died of aeroplane accident, accident, one: wounded severely, 60; wounded degre u n d e t e t m l n c d , 14; wounded slightly, 2; mlssius in action. 2. The list follows: Killed in Action. I.TEUTENAXT J. W. COWAN, Chlraco Sergeants-- ' G. A. AMOT,E. Pottsdam. Pa. W. c. AKNOI.D. HnrriaburB Pa W. B. JOHNSON, Minneapolis Minn. A. K. NEI.SOX. Hopkins, Minn O. IX SWEETSER, Scranton, Pa. Corporals-O. Corporals-O. R. FARNSWORTH, Providence R I. S. A. GrtAVpS. Kojiens, Tex. J. W. HERDMAN, Johnstown, Pa P. R. l.UND. Revere, Mass. D. I.. OWENS, Point. 1,8. f. C. KICHESON. Illnulm, Cal. K. I.. LYONS, Lowell M.i«=. A. McOSKER, Lowell Mass. E. A. M A A K . Rice Lake. Wis. W. A. MANNER1XG. Blackbird. Md. E. M. MAXWELI,. Lanham. Md. E. R. MOSHEU, Gnuid Kaplds, Mich. H. G. Murphy, Salem, Mnss. I, F. OSBORNE. Mlnburn. Iowa. R. L. PRINCEE, Tipimcnnoe City. 0. R. REESE. Scrnnton. Pa. JJ. W. RUSSELL, A l t m a r . N. Y. F. F. SAROXIS. Whethcrfleld, Conn. A. .1. SCHOLZ. Sprlnedale. Pn. ,1 w. SC'HOLLY, Lebanon. Pa. I S1LVERMAX, BlllinBS Mont. J. L. Smith. Shlppensburg, Pa. H. SMITH. Rome N. Y. W. H. SWINGLE. Nelaonville, O. I,. SZELONGOWSKI, Trainer. Pa. C. E. \VESTCOTT. Bath. N. Y. Died of Mounds. CAPTAIN" LITTLE HARRISON', Houston. Tex. Died of -Aeroplane Accident. LIEUTENANT R. E. LLOYD, Chicago. Severly Wounded Included: Sergeant C. R. Siak, Keokuk, la. Privates-C. Privates-C. C. Erwin, Kkanagan, Taah. IX Fattor, South Chicago, 111. V. Lodl. Chicago. Wounded, I)fgreti Undetermined, Inclnde: ScrBennts-- C. w. Anderson, Creaton, la. AV, L. Bunzendahl. Creston, la. Private E. B. Brown, Richmond, Cal. Wounded Slightly. Lieutenant W. J. Blum, Chicago. Mltwing in Action. Private C. Score, Seattle. Wa«h. T H E M A R I N E CASULATY LIST. WASHINGTON. July 27.--Twelve marines marines were noted In today's casualty list, that interest Mr_ the nnd not bra ska Xo one has Nebraska governor, t h a matter "I I have as an for the Way army flection honesty of "If tacked politicians, having

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  2. 27 Jul 1918, Sat,
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