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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 24, 1936, Image 29

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MODERN MAIDENS
“POOR DAD. EVERY TIME HE LOSES AT POKER HE HAS TO
BUY MOTHER A NEW HAT.”
“BUT WHAT IF HE WINS?”
“HE HAS TO BUY HER TWO NEW HATS!”
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LETTER-OUT
> BY CHARLES H. JOSEPH.
Letter-Out and he's a Jailer.
1 PERGOLA 1
_ __ _ Letter-Out and they have three _
2 PARODIST Iegs- 2
_ Letter-Out and roofs are better 0
3 INDENTS *hat way- 3
• Letter-Out and this makes us A
4 BAITERS Iear dogs- 4
5_ Letter-Out and there's a point p
PAYERS 10 «■ 5
Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word
called for in the last column. Print the letter in center column opposite
the word you have removed it from. If you have "Lettered-Out” correctly
some complexions are that way.
, Answer to Saturday’s LETTER-OUT.
1 ADMIRES | I I they w,u “dreams I
I K I I Letter-Out and be makes an as- —
2 CALENDERS | N | declares 2
_ _ I f” I Letter-Out and he sneaks. .
3 KINLESS | E | SLINKS 3
- _ | n I Letter-Out and ambitious men *
4 CAPERERS | P | ™‘ "“careers 4
5 1 -T- f Letter-Out and these are sup- p
MONSTERS I T [ posed t0 sermons"' 5
(Copyright. 1936.)
Daily Cross-Word Puzzle
Across. >
1. Oriental nurse.
6. Spoken.
10. Arrow poison.
14. Italian city.
15. Mother of Apollo.
16. Feminine name.
17. Done offhand.
19. Cicatrix.
20. Refuting.
21. Diminutive suffix.
22. Very: French.
23. Discerned.
25. Certify.
29. Menace.
31. Mend.
32. Irish.
34. Babylonian abode of the dead.
37. Peace of mind.
39. Surgical knife.
41. French author.
42. Heraldic wreath.
44. Burmese measure.
45. Narcotic.
47. Heavy hammer.
49. Sentence structure.
61. Roman patriot.
63. Maori weapon.
54. Consisting of one letter.
60. Mahometan women’s garment.
61. Acclimate.
62. Solitary.
63. Metric weight.
64. Archfiend.
65. Digits.
66. Fish.
67. Rectify.
Answer to Yesterday’s Puzzle.
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“Billionaire” Asks Pension.
MILWAUKEE UP).—A billionaire ap
plied lor a $30-a-month county pen
sion here. He was George Kaemmerer,
68, and in making his application he
brought into County Court the bil
lions—9,006,000,000 paper marks of
the German postwar Inflation period,
which he said represented an invest
ment of $40,000 he saved as a baker
and tavern operator prior to 1923.
Irish Beauty Now 101.
Once Dublin’s most beautiful woman
and a distinguished horsewoman in
Irish Free State hunting fields, Mrs.
Elizabeth Hume celebrated her lOlstJ
Birthday anniversary recently, 0
Down.
1. Surrounded by.
2. Smith in “Ring of the Nibelung.”
3. High mountains.
4. String Instrument.
5. Breathes noisily.
6. Tawney green.
7. Withstands.
8. Solar disk.
9. Roomer.
10. United.
11. Winked.
12. Growing out.
13. Auriculate.
18. Whirlpool.
24. Shut close.
25. Babylonian god of storm.
26. Genus of armadillos.
27. Lying beyond the mountains.
28. Enravishes.
30. Cure.
33. Peasant of India.
35. Not brief.
36. Impel.
38. Continent.
40. To rouse.
43. Narration.
46. Grease.
48. Enzyme In lotus.
49. Shed.
50. River in Mississippi.
52. Astringents.
55. Nostril: rare.
56. Biblical kingdom.
57. Ceremony.
58. Mahometan call to prayer.
59. Loan.
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DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 —By NORMAN MARSH
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THAT'S RIGHT--WE'LL PICK
WORTH PLENTY— THE DOPE UP ACROSS THE
I HAVE ALL THE " BORDER.— RUN IT IN AND
CONNECTIONS— WHEN WE SET IT (--- ^1
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PUT IT THERE TO SHOW YOU
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LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. Going Great Guns —By GRAY
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^DESERT ROAD, A. HIGH-POWERED
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I WHY I NEED A ROD THAT CAN
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WHERE PEOPLE CAN SEE YOU
AND OET ALL THE
CREDIT FOR
YOUR OAB
Yourself.
REG’LAR FELLERS. A Real Friend —By GENE BYRNES
THE BOY/ ARE
COMING IN THI$
AFTERNOON TO HEAR
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W/HAT TO GET l
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BOY* WOULD LIKE,
PUDDINHEADjiO TAKE
THLf DOLLAR AND GET
SOMETHING FOR THEM/
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don't THANK ME
FOR THIS i'll 81
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