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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALL8
MimnmEBSnoUO, Ark. March
18.T Only diamond mtno thus for
discovered on tho western hemis
phere Is located In I'lko county,
Ark., In which this hamlet la situ
ntod. Tho mlno Is two and a half
miles south ot hero.
Tho diamonds nro found In n
"plpo," tho crater of an extinct vol
cano which ages ago boiled up
through tho surface, had Its torrlflc
heat chilled by tho waters ot an In
land sea, and left bits ot carbon
scattered throughout tho perldotlto
which now tills the crater, 'to bo
pressed Into diamonds by tho con
traction0 of tho rock. Tho porldotlto
forms tho original matrix of tho dia
mond, and thus far tho only dia
monds found In the" western hemls
phoro In their matrices nro thoso of
Plko countr Diamonds havo been
found In some 25 states. In Canada
and South America, but always In
rlTcr beds where, geologists surmlso,
they havo been washed by tho wa
ters, or Is places where. It Is pre
sumed they havo been deposited by
Tbo first Arkansas diamond was
mm4 In ian tit Vnfin If Mrf ftfafttrm.
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then owner of the farm on which tho.
60-acre "plpo" Is located by accident.
Haddlcston observed outcropplngs of
the gray-green rock, slnco classed
at perldotlto and came to tho con
clusion that his hillsides contaln'od
valuable mineral, perhaps copper.
After pecking around, without finding
anything which looked to him like
minerals, bo picked up a crystal, and
then one day showed It to some
friends In Murphrecsboro. A Littlo
Rock Jeweler pronounced It a dia
mond and made sure by Yerlftcatlons
by Jowol experts In New York.
Tho mining operations In Arkan
sas for several years, at least, will
be far different from those of the
South African fields, although the
formations aro the same. In Africa
deep shafts nro sunk, the perldotlto
is brought to tbo surface and spread
on drying floors for periods rang
ing from six to 18 months. The rock
hu the .-peculiar' quality of disinte
grating when exposed, to the air. In
Arkansas, however, except for a few
places, the perldotlto already has dts
Narrated to a depth ot about 25
$2Hf A MONTH
NATUHH 8I-OOKH 11AVM
HFJil'Kl) AND HAIlMni)
Jacquollno Lcbandy. 1, is to
get J2000 a month from tho estato
of her father, Jacques Lobaudy,
self-styled "Emperor ot the Sa
bara," who was shot and killed by
her mother. Jacquellno'a share ot
the estate U estimated at $1,000,-'
000. Tho total estato la estimated
at $10,000,000 to $30,000,000,
Mrs. Lebaudy waa freed at the
trial, for killing Lebaudy. on-her
claim ot aaU-defenso.
NEW YORK, March 18. Nnturo's
spooks havo both helped and harmed
humanity says a wrlfor In nn article,
on mtragOB In tho March number of
Tho Mentor Magaxlnc.
Captain Robert Rcott, tho Antarctic
oxployer, discovered land that ho oth
crwlso would not havo seen had It
not been for n mlrago.
Robert K. Ponry discovered whnt
ho thought was a now laud In tho
Arctic, but McMillan, on a special
trip of Investigation, proved that
l'eary had been tricked by nature.
Napoleon's soldiers, campaigning
In torrid Egypt, pressed on toward a
great pool surounded by green treos,
and found only hot sand.
FOllCKl) TO CUT KOIICK8
TOKIO, March 1. (Correspond
ence of Tho Associated l'ross) Ow
ing to tho depression In tho ship
building Industry, tho Osnkn Iron
works has dismissed 1000 put ot Its
4500 omployoes nnd his discon
tinued tho oxtra allow aneo of 10 por
cent to tho romntnlng employes.
""Tho" high quality ot success that
follows advertising In tho olassltlod
column ot Tho Herald It duo to tho
Intolllgonco ot Its renders.
Mirages havo been nrtllflcally pro
duced at John Hopklna university nt
Uttttlmoro, tho writer sas, and show
how It Is done.
NEW COLLEGE HEAD
MOSCOW, Idaho, March 18. Dr.
Alfred Horatio Upham, who became
presldont of tho University of Idaho
hore tho first of last "December, will
be formally Inaugurated March 29
Prominent educators from nil west
ern colleges nnd universities and rep
resentatives from several leading
eastern Institutions havo been In
vited to witness President Upham's
Installation and to take part in the
ceremonies. Dotalls ot the Inugurtf
tlon ceremonies yet to bo perfected
but It Is expected that, in deference
to tho wishes ot Dr. "Upham, they
will bo slmplo and unpretentious.
Lifting YalvcH By a Mag-net
It Is Imposslblo to uso a horseshoe
magnet to lift tho valves of an L-
hcal englno Instead ot the usual bent
wire, when grinding valves. This
saves a conlsderablo amount ot tlmo
feet, and mixed with vegetable matter
former a sticky clay, called "gumbo"
locally. This over-burden ot "gum
bo" will be worked before blasting
opeVatlons nro started.
This stunning offor n tho
very threshold ot a now
season Is a worth Invita
tion to all women to visit
our opening displays.
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fancy draped hats in all popular colors
$5.00 TO $30.00
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$1.00 TO $5.00
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Shoe Experiments cause
Wo can fit you In
nnd glvo you, sea
son after soason,
your correct shape.
In tho materials
and modols endors
ed by Fashion. Onco
yon oxperlcnco tho
genulno shoo com
fort this method af
fords, you will nev
er ho aatlstlod with
shoes bought at
random for the
take, ot their price
Many foot troubles
arc tho result of hasty
purchases of shoes,
tempting in price or
appearance, but of
poor quality or im
These new shoes
tire the feet. They
pinch at one place
and gap or wrinkle at
another. They are
not the shape of the
feet inside them. Poor
fitting shoes are never
a bargain at any
We learned a good
while ago that foot
fitting service is the"
biggest part of the
' shoe business. That
is why we make so
much of it.
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