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The Fresno Morning Republican

Vol. LIV  No.128                Fresno California,   Tuesday, November 5, 1918             PRICE FIVE CENTS

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FOR THEIR COUNTRY

Roll of those Killed or Wounded, as Announced by U.S. Government

Yesterday

Californians

Killed in Action

Lieut. Hugh Fulton...................................................1523 4th Ave., Oakland, Cal.
Wagoner Phillip Sherlock..............................................R. F. D. Stockton, Cal.
Pri Harvey H. Jordan.......................................................Exeter,Cal.

Died From Wounds

Serg. George Calvert Ahern..........................828 19th St., Oakland, Cal.

Wounded in Action - Degree Undermined

Corp. Lester Mitchell............................Alturas, Cal.

Slightly Wounded

Serg. Donald R. E. Orr..........................3102 22nd St. San Francisco, Cal.

Missing in Action

Pri. Steve Manani..............................1705 Seventh St., Oakland, Cal.
Pri. Armen N. Donabedian.......................................611 N. St., Fresno, Cal.

Distinguished Service Cross

Second - Lieut. Howard G. Rath, Observer 96th Areo Squadron......Pasadena, Cal.

Column 1

Column 2

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces.

Killed in action..................................195
Died of wounds...................................57
Died of accident and other causes..............5
Died of disease...................................91
Wounded severely..............................157
Wounded (degree undetermined..............159
Wounded slightly................................261
Missing in action.................................27
Prisoners...........................................1
Total.............................................953

Section One, Army List

KILLED IN ACTION
Lieutenants
Edgar M. Whitlock, New York
Jerome E. Moore, Independence, La.
Robert H. Murdoch, Wilkes Barre Pa.
Wm. H. S. Schultz, St. Davids, Pa.
Sergeants
Bernard Francis Breen, Philadelphia, Pa.
Harold Charles Huffineister, Utica
Wm. R. Martin, North Charlotte, N. C.
Anthony R. McCarney, Carnegie, Pa.
Stanley McKinley, Cincinnati, O.
Walter Myers, Middle Point, O.
Corporals
Bertram Pickhart, Huntingburg, Ind.
Raymond Bumit, Whitinsville, Mass.
Lewis Francis Hall, Cleveland, O.
Buford L. Wix, Lafayette, Tenn.
Harry B. Mount, Olcott, N. Y.
George W. Schantz, Allentown, Pa.
Mechanic
Charles J. Ford, North Rochelle, N. Y.
Cooks
Jesse Holmes, Farmville, Va.
Charles H. Horsey, Chester, Pa.
Privates
Wm. J. Bryan, Albany, N. Y.
Alfred X. Hitterman, Oil City, Pa.
James W. Hodge, Athens, Tex.
Robert B. Huffman Pierre, S. D.
Ernest Hyman, Palmyra, N. C.
Algot Johnson, White Hall, Mich.
Oren W. Kolwyck; Humboldt, Tenn.
George Korsysko, Chicago, Ill.
Frank G. Kruse, Town of Union, N. J.
Michael P. Laemmel, Rochester, N. Y.
Harry J. Laurencill, Buffalo, N. Y.
David G. McCuthan, Helena„ Okla.
Edward McGloine, Port Chester, N. Y.
Anthony Malinoski, Reading, Pa.
Caesaer Macnii, Schenectady, N. Y.
Michale Meister, Cleveland, O.

Press Miller, Pinentle, Ky.
Forentino Morales, Hondo, Tex.
Swann Ray, Revere, N. C.
Joaeph A. Shepsco, South Ravena, N. J.
John P. Smauley, Roby, Tex.
John B. Swart, Fern Glen, Pa.
AIonzo K. Smith, Monroe, Tenn.
Glenn P. Staley, Whitemore, Mich.
Herman Streubuhr, Romeo, Mich.
Franklin T. Burns, Indianapolis, Ind.
Park W. Etter, Magadore, O.
Willis Foster, Houltgu, Maine
Wm. B. Fowler, Hooper. Utah
Ralph Freer, New Britain, Conn.
Pater Graham, International Falls, Minn.
Paul B. Halajian, Naugatuck, Conn.
Henry W: Johnson, Graham, N. C.
Matthew Kirzinger, Detroit, Mich.
John W. Knowles, Belleplaine, Kas.
Raymond Julius Kahlmeir, Dakota, Ill.
Ray Lee, Pine River, Minn.
Willis Lee, Humboldt, Tenn.
Lee C. Lowery, Gibson City, Ill.
Sterr Persinskf, Watervovek, Russia, Poland
Carl Simon, Wabosso, Minn.
Domenico Decao, Torrington, Conn.
Estes Durham, Woodville, Ga.
John Lester Evans, Alvin, Tex.
Herbert Gowen, Wells, Maine
Gordon Jackson, Silverwood, Ind.
McKinley King, Newark, O.
Wm. M. McColgan, Philadelphia, Pa.
Virgil E._McNease, Bassfleld, Miss.
John A. Mgan, Cleveland, O.
Harold W. Manship, Van Wert, O.
Kenneth Q. Nelson, Union, N. Y.
Herbert W. Rifon, Harrisonburg, Va.
Calatino Rizzo, Woodsdale, Pa.
James J. Tappen, Stapleton, N. Y.
Fortunato Valenzis, Jamesville, N. Y.
Mirl Vance, Gallipolis, O.
Anton J. Vodiska, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Joe Zurfluh, Globe, Wash.

DIED OF WOUNDS
Lieutenants
James O. New Hopper, Mount Joy, Pa.
Herbert E. Burk, Muskogee, Okla.
Sergeants
Wm. A. Moreheart, South Columbus, Ohio
Bert Lee, Monmouth, Ill.
Myron J.Reiff, Milwaukee Wis.
Christian G. Heckrote, Brazelton, Pa.
Corporals
LeRoy M. Cover, Okmulgee, Okla.
John Aloysius Lieb, Connellsville, Pa
. Edward X. M. Secor, Brooklyn
Lewis Nelson Smith, Ottawa, Kan.
James M. Forsaith, Chester, N. H.
John F. Moriarty, Watertown, Wis.
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