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because we make happiness by adding some good to someone else. Life is like a slot machine. "When we want happiness we must put something in and then push the reward is automatic. We get about what we put in so it stands us in hand to put in a great deal so as to reap as much benefit as we can while we are here, and meet life's greatest adventure with courage and confidence. For in the even ing of life, when the day is far spent, and our sun is settling toward the horizon that marks the line between our today and our hereafter, there will be no joys to compare with the recollections of a life of useful service, nor thoughts more indicting than those of failure. Information Regarding The Activity of The Indian in The Present Crisis. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Office Commissioner of Indian Affairs Washington Mrs. Marie E. Ives Humphrey, President American Indian League, 927 Madison Ave., New York City. DEAR MRS. HUMPHREY: I am pleased to acknowledge the receipt of your recent letter requesting information relative to the present war service of the In dians, their purchase of Liberty Bonds and their interest in Red Cross and other war relief activities, and am glad to give you such data as can be furnished at this time with approximate definiteness. The official records of all matters connected with our part in the prosecution of the war are, of course, properly archives of Depart ments having charge of military and naval affairs. However, I have gathered considerable general information and am now preparing a record of the Indians' active part in the war, which I expect will be dependable when completed, but can now give you only close esti- 10. February 19, 1918.