i Sgt. Harry P. Brului. Sgrt. Harry P. Bruhn, son of Mr. pjid Mrs. Neils Bruhn of Fair Oaks, Cedarhurst, L. has died of wounds received in action. Last Friday his parents received a telegram stating that he had been severely wounded, pnd Thursday evening a message came from the War Department that he had succumbed. Sgt. Bruhn was 22 years old. Ho was born and had lived all his life at Cedarhurst, and was a graduate of Lawrence High School. When the United States entered the war, young Bruhn, then just 21 years old, enlisted in the Seventh Regt. M. O. Co. Later he was transferred to the 165th then at Camp Mills. Ho sailed for France last flctober. The last letter his parents eceived from him was dated August a.0, and in it Sgt. Bruhn said he had Bust come through the battle safely and for thorn not to worry, as he was Well. Ho hud been in active service pince last February.