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HE BEE; OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IV 1911. '
i in iiiuiH niiuii.i
; MAD JUMBLE AS
Foe Hurries to Escape Being
Bottled Up as Allied Armies
; , . Advance Up Channel
With the Allied Armies in Bel
gium, OctriS. The allied infantry
made rapid progress today and
, p.erced into the German front vbe
: yond Wynghenc. The Germans are
, hurrying eastward through the pas
sage between Bruges and the
Dutch border and trying to escape
being bottled up. Only one good
toad exists in this passage, this
being from Bruges to Eecloo. It
contains a mad jumble of trans
ports and flffing men.
The Bruges Eecloo road is un-
le fire of the Belgian guns, which
also are shelling the back areas,
dropping shells into the masses of
the fleeing enemy.
The passage between Bruges and
Holland, which will be made nar
rower by the advancing troops, un
doubtedly will constantly come in
fo treatment by the heavy artillery
as more allied guns are rushed up.
The. Germans in Belgium already
have met with defeat and those flee
ing from the coast are faced with
the great danger of capture unless
they win the race they arc making
to escape. If the passag is closed
the Germans, rather than turrend
tn bodily, mav try to escaoe by
t crossing into Holland, where it is
sure they would be interned.
One thing, stands out above oth
ers. The coast of Belgium, so vital
- to the German submarine opera
'tions, is fast being cleared of the
, . It would appear from reports re
; garding the cavalr operating on
- both sides if Bruges that th- horse
.men even now are endeavoring to
, cut off the fleeing . any.
The following Nebraskans and
Iowans are named in the casualty
list given out by the government for
Friday afternoon, October 18:
DIED FROM WOUNDS.
Mike Montello; next of kin, Joe
Montello, 1717 Tenth street, Omaha,
WOUNDED SEVERELY. '
William J. Mulligan; next of kin,
P. J. Mulligan, Dubuque; la.
WOUNDED, DEGREE UNDE
TERMINED. Theodore E. Loving; next of kin,
Albin Loving, Albert City, la.
MISSING IN ACTION.
Theodore H. Rhombert; next of
kin, Mrs. Victoria Kunst, Dubuque,
Killed in action, previously re
ported wounded severely:
Verden L. Leonard, Brooks, la.
Fred H. Foreman, Oakland, la.
The following Nebraskans and
Iowans named in the casualty list!
given out by the government for
Saturday morningJJctober 19:
1 KILLED' IN ACTION.
Private Thomas M. Murray, next
of kin, Mrs. Ella Keplei, Cedar
Rapids, la. .
Sergt Frank P. Werner, next of
kin, Mrs. Martha Werner, Winfield,
Don J. Killcn, next of kin, Mrs.
Effie Killen, Carlisle, la.
William ,A. Kurkowski, next of
kin, Mrs. Louise Kurkowski, Grant,
Edwin W. Nordgren, next of kin,
Swan Nordgren, Lynch, Neb.
Clifford W. Riggs, next of kin,
William Riggs, Anselmo, Neb.
William Bert Skinner, next of kin,
Jchn F. Skinner, Berwyn, Neb.
WOUNDED. DEGREE UNDETERMINED.
Sergt. Ray S. Seeley, next of kin,
Mrs. Alice Seely, Anamosa, la.
- Stewart M. Blank, next of kin,
Mrs. J. Blank, Coin, la.
Ralph E. Dray, next of kin, Alva
Dray, Modale, la.
Allen G. Poppino, next of kin,
Sylvester Poppino, 4535 South
Twenty-Sixth street, Omaha, Neb.
MISSING IN ACTION.
Charles C. Lahoda, next of kin,
Mrs. Carolina Johnson, Plattsmouth,
The following casualties are re
ported by the commanding general
of the American expeditionary
Killed in action, 124; missing in
action. 71; wounded severely, 191;
died from wounds, 14; died from
accident and other causes, 4; died of
disease, 31; tiied from airplane acci
dent, 1; wounded, degree undeter
mined, 12a. -Total, 561.
Kllleil In Action
Lt. John A. Bachman. Buffalo, N. T.
Lt. David Putnam, Brookilne, Mass.
Lt Cloo Jopiion Ross, Tltusville, Pa.
I.t Paul R. Splane. Los Angeles, Cal.
Sergt. Elmer B. Bartell, Zeandale, Kan.
Sergt. Parmelius Donlas. Southbrldge,
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Sergt. Otto H. Karbowskl, Galveston,
Sergt. John Keller, Salem, O.
Sergt. Graham McConnell, Philadelphia,
Sergt. Burdett Nary, Hillsdale, 111,
Sergt John J. Kechlin, New York, N. Y.
Sergt! Tonney Vince, Flint, Mich.
Sergt. James W. West. Kansas City. Mo.
Cyp. Clarence B. Bratoher, Venius, Tex.
Corp. Joseph P. Brogden. Topeka. Kan.
Corp Roy O. Brown, Wichita, Kan.
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Corp. Peter J. Harding, Violin, Tex.
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Died of Wounds Received In Action.
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Orvllle VanBussurn, Uniontown, Ky.
Claude I). Wlaenbaker, Valdosta, Ga,
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Sergt Thomas Corvan Ingraham, Moun
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Orvle L. Jones, Santa Rsa, Cal.
Missing In Action.
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