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.nr.- Lon. IlnlKvl to were That by or Act, sta. using, aro may It Is from Mrs. 18. will Bereavement. TpAPS" SOUNDS FOR A YOUNG SOLDIER. PATAIj ILLNESS IS CONTRACTED AT PRESIDIO. Clarence Hauscr Snccnmbs to Pneumonia After Moro than a Week's Struggle Body will bo Brought to Lob Anfreles Tomorrow Morning for Interment Here. The final summons has come for Clarence Fillmore Hauser, youngest son of Julius Hauaer of tho Hauscr Packing Company. "Died In service" may be written of thi pomi- lar younff man. ' He explrod at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, at o clock last evening, after an UlneBs of a tittle more than a week. con. traoted while carrying' on his duties at tho officers' training: camp at the Frealdlo. The body will be brought to X-os Angeles on the Lark tomorrow morning, and funeral arrangements will he mndo later. Members of the Hauscr family and a host of friends are deeply stricken bv thn death nf huh young man, wno was the first of me Ijos AnKeies men who entomrf tho training camp to pass away. Clarence Hauser was born and reared in Los AnareleH. Ha wri in hla twenty-fourth year, a ypung man 01 nign cnaracter ana loveahie disposition. Fired with patriotism, he made application to enter th nr. fleers training camp as soon aa the plans were definitely announced, and he took a keen joy In Its service. After his illness developed Into a nertous state, he was removed to tne i'aiace Hotel, and members of the family were with him until the end. Young Hauser was a graduate of the Los Anetos High School, then attended Culver Military Academy. inaiana, ana later entered me university of Southern California. He was assistant treasurer of the Hauscr Packing Company. H was a Mason, an Elk, a member of the university uiUh and of the Delta Chi Fraternity. Besides his father, Julius HauserJ ne leaves rour Drouiers and one sis. ter. The brothers are E. C. IT. J.. L. A. and Frank M. Hauser, and the sister Is Mrs. B. B, Gllmore, all rest dents of Los Angeles. ui at of ing the ne t-ersons

Clipped from The Los Angeles Times, 13 Jun 1917, Wed,  Page 13

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