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^ — "OF COURSE, I HATE TO TAI.K ABOUT MADGE. SHE’S MY VERY BEST FRIEND. BUT LETTER-OUT By Charles H. Joseph. ___ IT' r. r - n'T' mvn Letter-out amt they show the ERLPTIONS way' | Letter-out and you find them in _ RAINS mu5,c- 2 3T-7 ,,,. ,Tr-T> Letter-out and everybody has _ CHEMISE one t0 brin* Prosperity. ^ 4 tv r T'v-'-T'vvT-V r Letter-out and it's wrinkles ror . PLECTRGM your dr”8 4 5-tr v-i- rv « y-.latter-out and it’s a spicy stew. _ Ol I RAGE 5 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 i’ou have removed it from. If you have "lettered-out” correctly all political eaders should do this to speed proper legislation. Answer to Saturday’s LETTER-Ol’T. Itt ii \ r'T'r<'T'n I D I Letter-out and they use hammers. hRALKl-.ls | tt | tackers 1 2 ROSETTE | O | *“ ‘ 2 MAES IRQ | O | -■ STREAM 3 4 FEBRILE | B | ~ “ 4 C . I \V | Letter-out end find euch snime.ls - 5 D\ ESTUFF | Y | ln * mus^FFED 5 (Copyright. 1932.) Daily Cross-Word Puzzle Across. 1. Intrigue. 6. Arabian garments. 10 Polynesian chestnut. 34. Capital of Guam. 15. Knock out of shape: Scot. 16 Accessory seed covering. 17. Grains softened in water and al lowed to sprout. 18. Pilaster. 19. Lofty. 20. Discreet. 22. Laughably. 24. Weasel-like animal. 25. Masculine name. 26. Wands. 29. Drama. 30. Knack. 33. Onward. 34. A borough of New York City. 35. Inlet. 36. A flower. 37. Small, sharp sticks: Scot. 38. Spoken. 39. Salt. 40. A disease of sheep. 41. Mischievous trick. 42. Beast of burden. 43. Indolent. 44. Brags. 45. Principality in Northern Italy. 46. Portion. 47. Process of arraying. 50. A small bird. 54 Rove. 65. Face of a timepiece. 57. Pleasant odor. 58. All. entirely: prefix. 59. Having the form of an oar. 60. Boundary. 61. Wagon: archaic. 62. Break suddenly. 63. Flies aloft. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S PUZZLE. J Down. 1. To stav in a tent. 2. One of the Hajnitic languages. 3. The globe. 4. Metallic element. 5. Durable. 6. Toward the rear. 7. Prohibit. 8. Fortune telling by the stars. 9. Mahometan evil spirits. 10. Proportion. 11. A Semite. 12. Cultivate. 13. Confederate. 21. Those in power. 23. The river of Hades over which Charon ferried the dead. 26. Light sailing raft. 27. Assumed name. 28. Bridge or road taxes. 29. Substitute. 30. Tapestry. 31. Merry. 32. Speaks. 34. Pertaining to a South American re public. 37. Arrogant menaces. 38. Musical composition. 40. A fish. 41. Gates. 44. Forbid. 45. Street Arab. 46. Sea anemone. 47. In a row. 48. The Eternal City: Latin. 49. The wife of a rajah. 51. Membranous flaps. 52. Mahometan prince. 53. Burmese wood demons. 5ti. A constellation.' -• Cruises for Scottish Boys. Scottish school boys are to be given opportunities to take cruises in a mili tary transport next Summer. Those in charge of the plan are outlining routes so that a great part of the money spent will remain in Britain. The honorary presidents and vice pres idents include the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, the Mayor of Southamp ton and the Conveners of the Edin burgh and Glasgow Education Com mittees. The Convener of the Cruises Commiltee is William Gentle, head master of George Heriot’s School. Un der the plan it is proposed to charter the military transport Neuralia. and two cruises are contemplated, the first from Leith on July 23. to Scandina vian ports and the Kiel Canal, the second from Immingham on August 3. covering the same route in the revers* order, Th* CHEERFUL CHERUB In my yovtk I set my ^OTi.1 Fertker tken tke eye could see. I %m netrer ka it By fOP Momand Fifty-Fifty! • . 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