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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 22, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 22, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

Lieut. Cyril M. Angell, Attelboro, Mass.
Lieut. William K. B. Emerson, New York City.
Private Leslie Allen, Saugatuck, Conn.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Privates.

John Kelso, Emad, La.
Rocco V. Maroone, Hartford, Conn.

DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION.

Wagoner Roland Bigelow, Asbury Park, N. J.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

Lieutenant Harry C. Colburn, Indianapolis.
Lieut. Alfred R. Metzger, Newark, N. J.
Lieut. Philip Robertson, Hamilton, O.
Cook Ralph H. Pollock, El Paso, Tex.

Privates.

Cornelius Benjamin Gurney, Boston, Mass.
George C. Stimpson, Sommerville, Mass.
Johnnie Wilson, Norfolk, Va.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

Lieut. Frank A. Fritz, Butler, N. J.

Sergeants.

Walter W. Crisler, Ava, Ill.
John H. Victor, Memphis, Tenn.

Corporals.

Sanford B. Fjelland, Huxley, Ia.
Frank Hertes, Fountain City, Wis.
Paul E. Sandel, Lewisburg, Pa.
Bloomfield Weidner, Pottstown, Pa.

Privates.

Windsor F. Alexander, Milo, Me.
Frederick A. Hall, Gardner, Mass.
Adley C. Jordan, Centrahoma, Okla.
Irvin E. McCormack, Donnybrook, N. D.
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CHICAGO MEN LISTED

Four from Chicago and Vicinity on Day's Casualty List.

CHICAGO zone men listed in the overseas casualty list 
yesterday were Vincent Nickel, 1943 North Hoyne 
avenue, wounded severely; Harry W. Lutz, 5047 North 
Robey street, wounded slightly; Morris Weinman, 1210 
Artesian avenue, wounded slightly; H. W. Madden, Zion 
City, missing, believed killed.

A picture published by the Canadian government 
disclosed that "Madden" ios in reality H. W. Perry, 
who was too young to go to war and ran away last year 
and joined the Canadian expeditionary force. He gave 
the name of Madden to conceal his identity from his 
father. A letter of condolence from King George has 
reached Zion City, where the parents live.
"I have seven children, but I would give them all to 
beat Germany," was the comment of Mrs. Anna Nickel 
yesterday when informed that her boy had been 
wounded. He enlisted in the infantry last May. "We 
came to America to escape German oppression in 
Poland," she said.

Lutz, a brother of Mrs. Ira Westberg of 1413 Carmen 
avenue, formerly worked as salesman for Frederick 
H. Bartlett & Co. He enlisted seven days after America 
entered the war and left for France with the Sixteenth 
infantry in May of 1917.

Weinman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Weinman of 
1210 Artesian avenue.  Dispatches from Americus, Ga., 
carried the news that Private Morris J. Peters of 
Chicago died yesterday of injuries received when he 
miscalculated in a dive into a swimming pool. His 
father, is Col. T. J. Peters, now commanding an 
engineer regiment in France.
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Adam V. Mixtacki, Pulaski, Wis.
Vincent Nickel, 1943 North Hoyne avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Frank B. Roth, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Abraham Shellenbarger, Hingham, Mont.
Charles Slavik, Omaha, Neb.
Samuel T. Smith, Barton, Ark.
Wesley B. Wentworth, Denver.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

Mechanic Harry W. Lutz, 5047 North Robey st., Chicago.

Privates.

Elmer L. Dokken, Palermo, N. D.
John T. Hynes, Whitaker, Pa.
Lioneal N. Johnson, Minot, N. D.
Lawrence Marcuzzi, Derwind, W. Va.
Lennie W. Silver, Converse, S. C.
William P. Werner, Allentown Pa.
Morris Weinman, 1210 Artesian street, Chicago.

MISSING IN ACTION.

Capt. James N. Hall, Colfax, Ia.
Lieut. Philip W. Hunter, Nork, S. C.

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