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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 28, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANT.

Ernest A. Giroux, Boston, Mass.

SERGEANTS.

Elmwood D. Allen, North Dexter, Me.
Harrison Gallamore, Jellico Creek, Ky.
Harold McElhtney, Skowhegan, Me.
Aloysius J. Pohlmann, Covington, Ky.

CORPORALS.

George E. Friday, Detroit, Mich.
Fred Kearns, Plattsburg, N. Y.

BUGLERS.

Richard M. Luter, Martin, Tenn.
Joe Mayuiers, Gary, Ind.

PRIVATES.

William L. Allen, Plain View, Minn.
Chester L. Briggs, Holton, Me.
Stanley L. Buck, Strong, Me.
James S. Cusack, Melrose Park, Ill.
Jos. N. Guyette, Penacock, N. H.
Winalow Hodgdon, Saugus, Mass.
Edgar W. Julian, Hamilton, O.
Maxwell H. Marshall, Brunswick, N. J.
Angus Nicholson, La Centre, Wash.
George L. Pelkey, Newport, Vt.
Porter M. Plier, Clanton, Ala.
Elmo Ridges, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Arthur E. Shaw, Franklin, N. H.
Loony Smith, Iuka, Miss.
Gustave Tack, Detroit, Mich.
Thomas G. Uren, Iron Mountain, Mich.
Jos. Waligurski, Detroit, Mich.
Raymond L. Walker, Pattern, Me.
Nicholas Weber, Madison, Ind.
William F. Weeks, Brooklyn, N. Y.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

LIEUTENANT.

Daniel J. Carney, Yonkers, N. Y.

SERGEANT.

Everit A. Herter, New York City.

PRIVATES.

Jos. T. Farmer, Yonkers, N. Y.
Arthur Garber, New York City.
William James, Springerton, Ill.
Otto Turkofski, Waukesha, Wis.

DIED OF DISEASE.

SERGEANT.

Ebenezer Bull, Fair Haven, Vt.

PRIVATE.

Thomas J. Provence, Clinton, Ind.

DIED IN AIRPLANE ACCIDENT.

LIEUTENANT.

William F. Chamberlain, Arcata, Cal.

SERGEANT.

James F. O'Flaberty, New York City.

DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES.

MAJOR.

George E. Hilgard, Belleville, Ill.

PRIVATES.

Jack Brown, Columbia, S. C.
Neal Chase, Hannibal, Mo.
Ludger Rocheford, Woonsocket, R. J.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

LIEUTENANTS.

Robert R. Cooper, Stoneham, Colo.
John W. McClure, Louisville, Ky.
Everard D. Seeley, Dorchester, Mass.

SERGEANT.

John Seglet, Kapuvar, Hungary.

CORPORALS.

Omer G. Smith, Fouke, Ark.
Michael Marshall Jr., Wellington, N. J.
Rayburn E. Williams, Clifton Forge, Va.

BUGLERS.

Albert W. Johnson, San Saba, Tex.
Edmund Plazewski, 3231 Monticello avenue, Chicago.
Wallace H. Smith, Glendale, Md.

PRIVATES.

Alfred E. Bates, Bronxville, N. Y.
Amo E. Benbow, Muncie, Ind.
George J. Bierman, Milwaukee, Wis.
Clayton Carmichael, Hartford, N. D.
Santo Castagna, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Delbert T. Carmichael, Heuvelton, N. Y.
Charlie Cross, Pikeville, Ky.
John H. Green, Alderdale, Wash.
Frederick Kerner, Burke, S. D.
Earnest Kimbretl, Spartanburg, S. C.
Leslie Knose, Cleyes, O.
Lorin E. Mecham, Glyndon, Minn.
John F. Mumew, Dayton, Va.
Gilbert Newton, Taft, Cal.
Irving Noodovitz, New York City.
Harry T. Olson, Spokane, Wash.
Oliver F. Skaggs, Fort Thomas, Ky.
Cyrenus A. Skidmore, Plain View, Minn.
Howard C. Slater, Milford, Del.
Zyngnont Vienckowski, Paterson, N. J.
Fred Watson, Roxbury, Mass.

WOUNDED [DEGREE UNDETERMINED].

CORPORAL.

Clifford Gaylord, Fort Madison, Ia.

PRIVATES.

Floyd Baker, Jewell, Ia.
Paul T. Groves, Des Moines, Ia.
John H. Stacy, Fremont, Neb.

MISSING IN ACTION.

PRIVATES.

Vernon R. Davis, Ekalaka, Mont.
Eriberto G. Roche, Los Angeles, Cal.

REPORTED MISSING, NOW ON DUTY.

PRIVATES.

Stanley Bager, Chicopee, Mass.
Edward C. Cermak, 3019 South Springfield avenue, Chicago.
Albert L. Mahon, Friendship, N. Y.

REPORTED MISSING, NOW REPORTED

KILLED IN ACTION.

PRIVATE.

John Taracka, Oak Park, Ill.

Cables from France brought information 
yesterday that four more Chicago zone men 
had died for democracy.

Heading the list is the name of Private John 
Taracka, Company I, Eighteenth infantry. He 
came to America eight years ago as an emigrant 
from Tuchanaka, Hungary, where his widowed 
mother still lives. He was in the employ of 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. and enlisted the day 
after President Wilson issued his proclamation 
of war, April 6, 1917. He had been in France 
since last July.

Brother Killed.

Mrs. Mary Lubiewski of 1218 Cleaver street was 
notified yesterday that her son, Anthony, had 
been killed in action. Anthony, who was 21, and 
his younger brother, John, enlisted in the army 
soon after the United States entered the war, 
and it is believed they were together when 
Anthony was killed. John is uninjured.

The two others listed as dead are Private James 
Cusack of Melrose Park and Joseph Mayuiers of 
Gary, Ind. Inquiry was made in both suburbs, 
but no one could be found who knew either man.

Private Clarence A. Larson of the United States 
marine corps, who has already been listed as 
killed in action, was a son of Charles A. Larson 
of Lemont, Ill. Mr. Larson is the father of four 
boys, three of whom have enlisted in the army.

News that Bugler Edmund Plazewski of the 
Eighteenth infantry had been severely wounded was 
received by his brother, Stanislaus Plazewski of 
3336 North Kildare avenue.

"Missing" Man Returns.

Mrs. Charles Cermak, 3019 South Springfield avenue, 
heard that her 19 year old son, Edward C. Cermak, 
listed as missing in action, was reported to have 
arrived back to the American lines safely, after 
having been wounded and gassed and left for dead 
in No Man's land. After lying helpless for eight 
days he recovered sufficiently to crawl back to 
the trenches.

John N. Gardner, whose 17 year old son, Vernon Gardner, 
was killed while in action with the United States 
marines, as published in THE TRIBUNE of Thursday, also 
has a son in the Rainbow division in France and another 
in the national army at Camp Grant.

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