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Kp H, dncJnnattl, Ohio J
Oakland, CaL I
tot F, Winnebago, K.
ad Howard, Baltimore <
oyd S-, Waynesburg, Pa
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as Batter, SpringvUle,
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Ware L, Lebanon, Pa.
r BL. Anderson, S. C. (
B, BernardsrOJe, N. J.
QUare A., Blsbopsmie, ]
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d E, TboznasriBe. NX. '
ca John, Uhlertown, Pa. ;
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TnmrtaTI. Tex.
I, BrooJrrllle, Ind.
Bed P, Buffalo. N.T.
Hall town. Pa. ;
I Br JB% JttmroesDoro. l enu
i?ly Ksnsu City,
nntam, Corwall, England.
gtaxman, Lamberton. Minn
r^Henzy Portland. Oreg.
illep, Stockton. CaL
Clyde L. Homansville Mo
MiledgeTde. Ga.
st, Doqnense, Pa.
ry O, Omaha. Nebr.
Joanna, Henderson, Term ;
Mount Vernon. Ohio.
Iinr A-. West Appleton Me
HanfnT. Barry. Minn.
jaw a, Inka. IJL
Salter Otsego. Mich.
d&EL, ill I
Sarahsrtlle, Ohio,
hi C, OoHthic. Ind.
ifaai K, Gainesville, Ga. 1
Itand T, Pittsburgh, Pa.
W^^aot Mountain, it. C. i
die T, Okemah. Okla.
Inw Comealins, Jamesw i
Mb Is Ononandago Val
isaw Bother, Roibury, N.
trick: Joseph. Manchester,
T.? Beavar^XJam, Va,
?OfatthS, K'ftTia
tUm i, Martin, Tenn.
mcfr, Medon. Tenn.
ifleM a. South Side. PittsBSHfc:
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rt 'tt. Chicago. El.
, Payette Co., Tenn.
lgpntad. ^Paterson. Si. j.
XL Vera. Cogswell. N. D.
%.Peter, Pittsburgh, Pa.
MMih G_ Pittsburgh, Pa.
I^OtatPn. EL. Bockford, ill.
jMikxa^ James. Grindstone, Pa.
^Hpad<'?nn?90?i Coksuo. Minn.
KKW;O0aS. Jamestown. N. Y.
1r-rp*** O, Hamilton. Ohio.
BtogiteJtaa** Worth. Kannapolis, N.
ffffpT^oai^Harrin. Hi.
wheuHaaiet w, Vlck, Ark.
HgflBHMpjBKtaa. Groce City, Pa.
ftljMUeil?h. Chester, Saner, ill.
A, Clearfield. Pa.
MBjBEPWiiawt?. Tfrsnlwood. N. C.
MBWgBjjMtfeA, Eadlow. Okla.
MBair. BTTmit H, Oconto. Neb.
Eserson. Pa.
Erie. Pa.
Ho^IibDeK, Cook Place, Tenn.
George H, Belgrade,
1 ^ George J. F., TJtica,
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jfi&i 1 Jfeiflnj L, Townsend, Tenn. |
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Strickland, Harry, Mlaeola. Tex.
lylvestra. Francis, Bream Bridge, La.
fadlock. Bay H, Philadelphia. Pa. \
Tate, Robert Gorrell. Winston-Salem,
X.C.
rburman. Harold D., Lawrence. Kaas.
["reacy, Peter J, Jersey City, X. J.
"rice, BUI, Hernias. Tenn.
Jrban, William. Chicago, HL
Valsh. Charles. Hazzard, Pa.
Yashbom, Charles, Hcrell. Midi.
Taschak. Steve, Buffalo, X. T.
ialowski. Felix. Steuben vole, Ohio,
lied fcm Wounds Received In Action.
Lieutenant?
J'Xeale, James Saunders, Jn, New
York, N. Y.
Sergeant?
fears. Earl L., Chicago, I1L
Corporal?
low. Leroy E., Center Harbor, X. H.
CookJess,
William F? Broadbrook, Conn.
Privates?
Jreen, Lyman H., Colonial Heights,
Va.
Hess, WUliam, Riverside. Wash.
Srutelc, John, Chicago, III. ^
rankers ley, uamei nucumu, u.
rech, 'William, Calumet, Okla.
rhrapp, Frank O.. Denver, Col.
Wagner, Harold R., Fruita Mesa Co.,
Col.
Walsh. William T? Xew Tork. X. T.
Sane, Ralph L.. Lake City, Iowa.
Wounded in Action (Degree Undetermined).
Sergeant?
Slennle, James A., Mcntpelier, Vt
Corporal?
Hamilton. Donald, Meccedah, Wis.
Privates?
3arney, Alfred A.. Hudson. Mass. '
Beran, John J.. Denver, Col.
Fadden, John M.. JJunmore, jfa. <
Goldstein. Morris H., Chicago, I1L
Voucher, Arthur Fred. Ettrick, Wis. j
Harriger, Wilbur, SIgel, Pa.
Hart, Jack. Philadelphia, Pa.
Hegedus, John. Oil City, Pa.
Hunter, John M., New York, X. T.
Lannncci. Lucio. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Klekar, Jim F., Hallettsville, Tex.
Labbay, Arthur T., Lewiston, Me.
La Brack. Arthur J., South Ashbumham,
Mass.
Lander, Reinhold. Moshcim, Tex.
Lane. HatTy R.. Boston, Mass.
Larson, Eddie P.. Gwinner, X. D.
McGraw, Arthur A, Danbury. Conn.
Macherey, Charles B? Word en. 111.
Marshall, Oscar, Dana. 111.
Montgomery. Robert E., Moulton, Ala.
Spruiel, David, La Cross, Ga.
Swienton. Frank. Thorp, Wis.
White, Ease. Kidds Store, Ky.
THE MORNING LIST.
The casualty list printed' in the
newspapers of this morning showed:
Killed in action, 45; died of wounds.
34; died from accident and other
canses, 3; died of airplane accident,
i r,f disease. SO: wounded se
merely, 3S; wounded (degree undetermined).
46; wounded slightly, 37. Total,
314.
West Virginians mentioned in this
morning's casualty list are:
Wounded severely?Pvt. Edward S.
Guthrie, Mannington; Everett Workman.
Heights.
Wounded slightly?Lai Pappalardo,
Grafton.
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Two men Lost the irtires early yesterday
ipomtnf in a collision of two
freight'trains near aaonongan.
Marvin O. Hall, one at the ricttns
of the accident, died early yesterday
morning shortly alter entering Fairmont
hospital ml the other -victim of
the -wreck, Charles Mundell. died last
evening at the same hospital. Both
men were terribly scalded.
Both the trains were headed toward
Fairmont The first train stopped on
the main track and the dense fog obscuring
it the other train which was a
double header closely following crashed
head on into the caboose of the J
, first train. The fiagnaTi of the first'
' train, who was in the caboose saw the
train approaching and jumped and thus
saved his life.
The victims of the accident were on |
the second train. Hall was the fire- j
man and Mundell a brakeman.
Marvin O. Hail was nineteen years !
j of age and resided at Bellview. He |
recently passed the examination beI
fore the local draft board for milii
tary service. His body will be take::
I to Artemns, Ky., for burial. Charles
Mundell was 30 years of age and was
a resident of Martins Ferry, Ohio, to
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35,000 playground balls. 3,000
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