The following items were taken from the March 24 through 30, 1912, Examiner.

The following items were taken from the March 24 through 30, 1912, Examiner.


When it began to snow March 23 and into the 24, there were a few knowing ones who remarked, “Well it won’t be much of a snow, its getting too late in the season.” The depth of this snow, as officially announced by P. Connor, weather man in Kansas City, was twenty-five inches. This is believed to be the largest snow that ever fell at any one time in this territory, and certainly the largest that ever fell in the memory of any now living.