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CAN YOU SUPPLY THE MISSING WORD
MAKE THIS PUZZLE INTO A POEM?
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One little word of four letters, transposed and written into the blank
spaces, will make this a very readable little poem. The same four letters
must go into each space but you can change them about any way you
wish. If you guess the missing word in the first line the rest is easy.
U. S. WAR PLOTS RECALLED BY iterated disbelief in reports that any
VON PAPEN LETTERS
Washington, Jan. 15. German
Ambassador Bernstorff today faced
embarrassing explanations as result
of documents taken from Capt.
Franz Von Papen, recalled military
attache, at London.
If facts developed at London from
Von Papen's papers are later borne
out in official reports to state depart
ment from Ambassador Page, offic
ials believed it possible German en
voy would have difficulty In defend
ing his connection with Von Papen's
Publication in London of check
stubs and letters of Von Papen throw
further light on maze of his financial
Ambassador Bernstorff today re-
evidence was found showing Von Pa
pen furnished fuhdB for pro-German
criminal conspiracies in this country.
German embassy's attitude today
was that, admitting it had given Von
Papen frequent and large sums of
money, it had no knowledge of any
wrongful use of such funds and be
lieved they were used for legitimate
expenses of Von Papen.
Chas. Maves alleged, mistreatment
of wife and neglect of family held re
sponsible by coroner's jury for death
of spouse and five little daughters,
Lyons, Sunday morning. Turned on
Miss Clara Hasenberg, 18, 1341 N.
Clark, overcome by monoxide gas