A Look Back in Time: April 1, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 1, 1918

The wind-up of Sheridan’s eight-hour day celebration came tonight in the form of a splendid banquet at the Western hotel. The miners’ unions were hosts, and they had as their guests leading men from all branches of business.

Jim Wilson reports from Dome Lake that 12 inches of snow fell there tonight.

Total receipts of the Thrift Stamp sales in the Coffeen Avenue School amounted to just over $1,500 today. The pupils hope to increase this to $2,000 before the close of the school year.

W.N. Hanson of the National Life Preserver Company left today for New York City.