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Mississippi begun at Kansas City.
Name for organization not select
ed. J. W- KHne, temporary head,
said it would take another week
to complee organizaion.
Col. Isaac F. Mack, Sandusky,
O., former naional commander of
G. A. R., edior of Sandusky Reg
ister, dropped dead of apoplexy
v Three' inches of snow have fall
en in Denver.'and weather bureau
predicts snowfall will continue
for several hours.
Secretary of Wad Stimson to
day recommended that Congress
appropriate $1,200,000 for harbor
improvements in Chicago, in ad
dition to the $5,000,000 the city
is prepared to spend.
Henry M. Dearing, 73, cashier
Of the defunct Albion National
bank, and his son, Palmer M.
Dearing, were today sentenced at
Detroit, to 5 years each in the
federal penitentiary at Leavenworth.
' THE TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
- (Based onOLatest Figures.)
Cabin passengers, names known y 381
Steerage passengers, names known , K?6
Reported onCarpathia, names unkno.wn .' ". 33
Crew ftiat manned lifeboats . 165
Total saved 705
MISSING AND UNDOUBTEDLY DEAD ,
First cabin passengers ' 172
Second cabin passengers ". 189
Steerage passengers , 453
Crew, including all officers but four 700
Total of the dead 1,514
'How much cider did you make
this year?" inquired Farmer A of
Farmer B, who had offered him
"Fifteen bar'ls," was the an
swer. Farmer A took another sip. "I
reckon, Si, ' he drawled, "ef you'd
had another apple you might ha'
.made another bar'l."
This sample of spring weather
we are having today is scheduled
to stick around until Sunday,
when it MAY be tlear. Don't
take this from us. We are rely
ing upon the weather man's
guess. ' -
Men sometimes love us for our
failings, but it is ay bad thing
when we ourselves get proud of
ft,i ll(i lij,,.