If anyoue tbinks that lus balt tou i f eoal will earry him throngh tí h winter be is quite mistaken. And tboi., too. that pretty Easter hat that you pnrchased eau be laid aside for a few 3ays unless yon wish to wear it in snow atorras. The baseball crank must wait at last a week, probably two, before he can shout "Kah, Rah Michigan. " Today is xpril 1 - April fool's day - and trom the looks of the weather it will fooi rnany in seeing pretty Easter hats and liew dresses, etc, in chnrch tomorrow. Of courso yon don't go to chnrch to see hats and dresses and stndy stlyes, but it is a kind of second nature to look arottnd anyway. ïhe veracity of Prof. Iri R. Hicks eau Dot be denied when speaking of weather. In Hicks' alruanac it is fore casted that at least half of April wil be cold and stormy with some snow. üccasionally a warm day will sand wic.h itself iu.