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_ *T * WHEN A SUCCESSFUL MAN SAYS. 'I OWE IT ALL TO THE LITTLE WOMAN,' THAT MEANS HIS WIFE NAOOED AT HIM!" LETTER-OUT I By Chiclet H. Joieph. 1 CIPHERED 2 RETUSE 3 PANTHEISM 4 BOREAL 5 UNTRIED Letter-out end it hee been punc tured. | Letter-out end there rou'U find beik. 2 Letter-out end we tell him en _ eetor. A Letter-out end he'll bundle . 'em up. q Letter-out end merbe Controls m will tet thet wer. j Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word called tor In the last column. Print the letter In center column opposite the word you hate removed It from. If you have •‘lettered-out" correctly a writer says that E-aaidrot Hoover has this quality. Answer Is Yesterday’s LF.TTFR-OI T. ■ ■' .—T““—_ I 1 EMBRASURE 2 FEBRILE 3 VARIES 4 CRESTED 5 HEADINGS rule. 1 _MEASURER_ 1 Latter-out and all churchman _ have ena. V BELIEF Lattar-out and a madman deal It ^ RAVES & Lattar-out and at hard far . “ SECRET 4 Lattar-out and you aaa It in r plcturaa. J SHADINO r (Copyright. 1MJ.) Daily Cross-Word Puzzle r Acrose. I. Stonewort plants. 6. Divan. 10. Native of the north of England. 14. Greek epic writer. 15. Facial contour. 16. source of sugar. 17. Burst forth. 18. Contrition. 20. Tax estimator. 32. inflammable material. 33. Skin. 34. Smooth surface between flutes of a shaft. 36. Thousandth of an inch. 27. Subdued. 29. Mohameddan name. 31. Land tax. 34. Sweeten with age. 37. Laughing beast. 39. Chart. 40. Soothing. 42. Midwestern State. 44. Scandinavian gnome. 46. Heavy, inert gaseous element. 48. Not mounted. 49. Collected items. 51. Deadly conflict. 52. Can lay claim to. 53. Better days: colloq. 55. Fish. 57. Clump of earth. 61. Aided. 64. Be part of. 66. As if transfigured. 68. Sundered. 69. Ceremonial detail. 70. Supply of energy. 71. White poplar. 72. Sweet, pulpy Irult. 73. Coty: Scot. 74. Plateaus. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S PUZZLE Down. 1. Tawdry. 2. Float quadruped. 3. Divert. 4. Threw back. 5. Graft*. 6. Profound sleep. 7. To cover all. •. Wlndmaker. I. Dismounted. 10. Of attractive view. 11. Feast day of February 2. 12. Former. 13. Stir colors in calico printing. 19. Dickensian mite. 21. Plare in the soil. 25. Liquid part of fat. 28. Semi-piecious Stone. 30. Hostelry. 32. Mentally balanced. 33. A falter. 34. Oold-bearinf ridfe of South Africa. 35. Dolphin fenus of the Amaton River. 36. Claim. 37. Monad; rare. 38. Abyssinian town. 41. Just presented. 43. Write. 47. Prophet*. 50. Fruits. 52. Border. 54. Hardened. 56. Artfully. 53. Biographies. »i. Venetian silver medal struck on special occasions. 60. Hills of sand. 61. Juno 63. A way out.. 68. Dexterous. 66. Baby earriage (colloq ). 67. Oroup Of two. Anchovy Halibut. Melt one-fourth cupful of butter, add two and one-half tablespoonfuls of flour and stir until well blended. TOien pour on gradually, while stirring constantly, two cupfuls of milk. Bring to the boil ing point and let simmer for two min utes. Mash the yolks of three hard boiled eggs and mix with one teaspoon ful of anchovy essence. Add to the sauce, then add two cupfuls of cold boiled flaked halibut and salt to taste. The Amsterdam exhibition of paint ings and drawings by Queen Wilhel mina. who is a gifted artist, was visited by 18,519 persons and realised nearly •4,000 for the General Rellief Com mittee, organised to aid the poor of ttsUant The men who live on other *ter* f A# through the »Wy we ell ere whirled 1 wonder whet they cell our eerth — I don’t ruppoje. they cell it World. I xkVi^ / 7TZ1 WELL, WHAT ELSE CAN A Feller rOH^Oh'oM * / ”~Z FjLc • • • ! •! ! ( ^A/ when His shoelace BUSTS V \ * l *°ME SHotUCE U/OW*S. XlP5 \~!L-L4_ - ,-—- - --i- T*E HElL *** CAME OFF My SLIPPER r> ^0 Tsih-u LAKiaux&pl 'iusr THE SAM&' it$ y SUCH LAN6UA6E. NtfTMlCC. X<?U SHOULD | IM ASHAMED oF you Control yoURSELF ^- -V And Then an Emergency Arose. 0 • 1 ' ■ —- ■ f.. I »■ ■■ —— ■ —__ _ ... ■ ——— I fiwT vaci » w.ur" r PLEASE A ^UlTE IMPOSSIBLE-''* / OH,YEAH? SORRY THAT / VMDUuDYOU FURTHERMORE, ^ SORRY FOR THAT POOR GIVE ME SHE WAS OFFENSIVE FOR YOUR. WOMAN THAT TRIXIE THE ADDRESS TO A CUSTOMER AND RECOMMENDATION, HAD FIRED YESTERDAY- o« that UENCE I COULD YOU POMPOUS TRIXIE WASN'T BUYING I** CERTAINLY NEVER UTTLE ANYTHING. ANYWAY- A BOOST PROM but she made that ^te,W - FzZrrJEZ - r ™ 66 everythmyg^ STtST ^™ " ~ F AJ?-&22? , oTp^^T-^^ C|^Gr FRO, HIRING HER-7 ■ CLERK WASN'T RUDE- GOOD JOB- V POpTnJA^ I , TRIYIE JUST WANTEP V ^ "TO SHOW y»f OFF — BY Gray I’m Telling You. ] | ! Bv 6uO Piswt* Jeff Figures He's Well Off—So Why Kick? upnp l-.va/I you Didn't ha\/e ^ I -Ter,. voTTl/l and i I I mad i4.Hyoa Pi*yeo I ^ °f allThin^ 14- on -The Second r1 Jad'uTi/mS vou Ufl 1 PlAVEO H’EM Sur i J, i A D^rE£ A* * My | //t ljai^ IT ^ ^ i 1/ KNOW YOU j /j.lj -r^c* <Y(20KE^ V rru uitvp*' cu f • "T& SCORE 1 1 H0LE* ITWA5r STROKES C?M| "TOOlC • ' AMD 1 ; 9^T!P EW <TeT A STROKE The SecoaJo-v— Should/f | *1® ?£u/ I i added to , HOLEj / ^KMOW/pJ I HAO»V HIS SCORE/ \1 1/- ✓ I - fry ♦l.UUNTLtV Weather Permittiii|. : , : a r'