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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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A Picture of a Man who was Bigger
than His Worst Misfortune
THEi roped him into mnrrwRe, but he
thought he hnd 'cm fooled when the
baby cmc until ihey iook nis wile
away from him nnd made him think
something worse hnd happened to the
kiddie. And then he boiled over. Come,
cc that prince of character actors, Marry
Carey, in the best picture he ever played
in. It's a treat!
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One of th r..ot nHi:'t 'ul-
that has a cit if the wir i tolil
in a storv pjb!I t(il in t'.ie Boton
Kveninc Reoor,l. a:i.l se.l ho Lieu
tenant Joseph Hi!r !' mn a: th'ga,
dork in B.um. 4 ! lands on his
return f-om Fraa-" I.ieutaant HlK
ler Is c Klamath Count'- soldier hav
ing enHtd her alout two ycirs
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!'i I! y,ars th.r -ti- huil sn-n her
hroth?r. who lift tni:i ai.'. a lr.
tl" boy wuh hr to .'ni to thi
Mrs Porfh had an in;""--tlnK
story to tell of her hero brother.
"My brother Joe was born in Cob
!eni. 'Vriuuny and uni- t
country with m 12 years ago." h
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mul in imii-r In allow li' I uni
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1'nlilwin Hrdwr( raniinny '"'
id iiiiiitmraii, ihe timrlllno tumnrniA
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rau.hrr In lU tallfy wl!t t'. in
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EXPENDITURES IN WAR
.'Tin iiillmrm of lh.- 'i.-.r
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Vhn h lh-cam .f io ht urn
naturalized and when war broke out
joined the American Army and wen
across to fight the wople of the
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ago. He h,d resided In this county for p h)m
nearly tlgnt year, uurias most us
which time heiwas employed by Le
llorce The followjnc story of his ex
perience sinco leavinft here rends
liko a tale from a i-tory book it i so
remurknWe. as well as lmeresting-
I'.j Jooili J. fJl.inry
New Ensland creeled the West to
day when the t ity -tttmer Jlonitoi-.
baring oa hoard members of the May
or's Recept.on Comrat'tee and promi
ncnt IJoston and Massachusetts citi
zens went down the harbor and wel
comed back to Atne.-ii-a :be 25 ?,"
cers and 3-5 mn of the 32nd Divi
sion on the transport F J Lucken
liach. The returninc troops who arired to
day are part of the HClh Infantry of
the 32nd Division, which comprises
the National Guard organizations
from Wisconsin and other western
Although there were no New Kng
land units about the transport, the
official boat Monitor ias taxed t
capacity with mothers, wives and
sisters who had travelled from th
Far West to give the first greotlnr
to their returning loved ones a they
arrived bark m the i' S A
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in ili AriT. i'C o. Hi:itlon and by
i .tr.nii'n i mm ui.'iin' A.u statlouml
in patrol 'hi- .". iri'Kt that h had
pl' d on h'ti a bay NVhilu In
robKi.x my sit.T. Wllhi'lnilna.
wh'l.i waiching a parade of the Van
kt irotps, discorert'd Jo. and from
th letters I have n-i-eived the itrwt
ing cannot In- told In mere word "
Mrs Foi-ri-h diaclosrd that th
majority of her family are loyal lo
Lieut Mlgler and Ills American uni
"Thank God my three brothers
hove aurvi'iMl tho war. and I am PHONE OPERATORS
havo hoping that those now in Germany DECIDE TO STRIKE
others of the peasant class I have hoping that
two brothers who stayed In Germany will corao to this great country nnd
and fouebi with the German army." joltt Joe and inc." j SAN KIlANt'lSi'O. Junn 2 T i
At this point Mrs. Foerch burst Immediately after the Monitor 8an Frn,l'n unions, win li l i
Into toara as she told of her three had docked. Mrs. Foerch. accompun- nu' wl "rw from ih i .
brothers, two with tho Oerman army led by her husband .hurried away to "' ln ,r,R,n tlepbcin' oj-rai.ir.
and on with tb A'.i'-r ra i. I i;lt-
fac agafnt each other
As soon as the reception boat was
sighted by the troops aboard tho
trasuio-t cheer a.'i- rliec ni-n
from the khaki elad lads on board,
and the naval band on board the
Monitor responded with 'lome.
While the greetings were being
passed between thoso on the recep
tion boat and the returning troops,
organization workers from th
Knights of Columbus. Salvation Ar
my and Jewish Wolfaro League
bombarded the soldiers with cigar
jettes. chocolttes and other dainties.
The usual affecting scenes that
are witnessed when rolativeh on the
reception boat great their returning
' loved ones were also evident today.
ind those aboard the Monitor will
long remember the grci-tlng that
.was extended between Mrs i;r:.et
Foerch of Ca-nbrldge and her broth-
take a train for Camp Deren.:.
The Luckenbach's troop boys ere
immediately entrained for C'apip
livens, for transfer to Wentern
camps Among the members of the
roceptlon committee aboard lb
Monitor wcro Mrs William Dnnbor
of the War Camp Community Serv
ice. Mrs Julia C 'r.iore and Alice
icdav .... their own
graphed locals In Seattle ami 1'nrt
land lo Join them in strike S. v.rnl
telegrams went also to varloui i nl'
(ATILi; AllVKUTlNi: oti:i.o.
sscnsruiiiK roit thi: m.it i.n
WASHINGTON. June 2 - Serre
ury 11 M liow of ihn Am rn .m J't
Hey Cattle rlilli Iihh iilitiuuin e. iJmii
the average prlr, of Jll i' ntii tn. 1
at the mile held b lid .irv .ii I ul
Court Officials at Trial
Of Non-Partisan Leaguers
tB '&MyJb ! .a $iaf
Jud&e E.C Dean Atty. E.K Nicholas
Judge E. C. Dean and County Attorney E. II. Nichols, who will
be, next to the defendants, the most prominent figure In the trial aU
Jackson. Minn., beginning June 23. of A. C Townley. president Na
tlonal Nonpartisan Leaie. and Joseph Gilbert, who was national
organizer of the league. They are accused of acU alleged to be In
violation of the Minnesota antldUlovalty law
has for her motto "One Hundred Cents
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a full return for every
She is not tight-fisted. She knows that
the cheapest materials are often the
most expensive in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what becomes of the money she
spends, and a Bank Book which shows
what becomes of the money she saves.
Her funds receive absolute protection
First State &
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All Are Invited
to join the Peerless Orchestra in Big Week
End Excursion to Rocky Point Resort Sat
urday evening. Dancing, Boating, Fishing,
CALL WESTERN TRANSFER OFFICE
Egg Mash. Growing Mash, Fattening Mash
To Your Chickens
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
, riiuw --
12G South Sixth St
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