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PUBLISHED EVE?.Y MORNING BY The Washington Herald Company, 435-437-439 Eleventh Street. Phone M tin 3300 CLINTON T. BRAINARD.President and Publisher rOKEIC-* BEPRE?SrriTIVEii THE BECKWTTH SPECIAL AGENCY. New Tork. Tribune Building; Chicago. Tribune Building: St. Loul?. Third National Bank Building: Detroit. Ford Building. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY CARRIER: ' Dally and Sunday, 40 centa per month; ?4.80 per year. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL: Dally and Sunday. 45 centa per month; ?5.00 per year. Dally only, IS cents per month; 14 00 per year. Entered at the portatrice at Washington. D. C, aa aecond-claa? mail ? matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER n, 1Q18. Will the Postmaster General Explain? Governmental control of the telephone is a great disadvantage, owing to it? being placed in the hands of the Postoffice under Post master General Burleson. Mr. Burleson's own department is in a mess and the worst mail service in history is being received at this time. Naturally phone service is turning the same way, and as yet we have seen no effort to fulfill the promises made by the Postmaster General when he asked to take over the phone service. One of the first kicks under the new regime is contained in the editorial reprinted below from the New York World. "Upon what grounds does Postmaster General Burleson justify bis extraordinary order which authorizes the .Xew York Telephone Company to impose upon its subscribers charges of from $3 to $15 for installing and moving phones and ?ven for making changes in subscribers' names as listed in the telephone book? "Did the Federal government assume control of telephone service in order to swell the profits of a telephone company which for the last three years has paid 8 per cent dividends amounting to $10,000,000 a year on $125,000,000 capital stock, and which has during the same period put away upward of $17,000,000 in surpluses? "The Evening World calls attention to the fact that it is not officials of this prosperous telephone corporation, but the Postmaster General of the United States who comes forward with the ruling that the public shall pay and pay well for what the telephone company has heretofore regarded as a part of its service for which it had no right to charge. "The profit exacted from telephone subscribers for installing and moving phones under the Postmaster General's order does not go to Ae government It is not a war tax for national need. What it amounts to is a Federal levy for private profit. "If the Postmaster General aims to save labor by discouraging the demand for telephone installations, removals, etc., why doesn't he go about it in direct fashion? "Why not order that in no case shall telephones be installed, moved or extended save under carefully prescribed conditions of proved need? "If the saving contemplated is for national benefit there is no reason on earth why it should put extra dollars into the already well-filled coffers of th?. -New York Telephone Company." Our Terms, "The German government * * v accepts the program set forth by the President of the United States in his message to Congress on January 8 * * * as a basis for peace ne gotiations."?Chancellor Maximilian's peace note. There in the Hun chancellor's own words you have the reason why the united voice of America answered no! "As a basis for peace negotiations" does not mean that the Hun ac cepts our terms. It means merely his counter proposal: "Let's sit down and talk it over." No! You Huns have received peace terms of America and her allies?the dictum of the civilized world. Our terms are known, you Huns. You can take them now or take a beating. Your crimes are too black, your deeds too foul, to permit us to bargain with you over their punishment. The only way you can stop the war is by saying: "We accept your terms." That mean?: Unconditional surrender. They Crack. Let facts be submitted to a candid world. The Hun crack troops are cracking. Instead of cracking like a whip lash that would sting the allies to retreat, they're cracking like an egg shell from which defeat has sucked the "meat!" Brave blusterers, arrogant snobs, the Kaiser's shock troops are getting the "shock" of their military life. The Hindenburg line is so busy it will soon be out of order. It's a toll line and the Teuton toll it is taking is heavy. O double o oh oh is the constant call. That's for Old Man Malice at Pots dam Palace. Every time Wilhelm lifts the receiver he expects to appoint a receiver for Germany on the strength?or weakness?of the news. His connection is never clear for the mumbling and rumbling of the German people vibrates the wire and makes the imperial voice shaky. His conversation with Ludy, Hindy and the bunch is always about one thing?reserves?with a few blandishments of "Gott strafe" and "Schweinehund" on both ends of the line. After each talk, the Ky busies the Bureau of Lies in passing the populace a few "specially prepared" victories while he hunts the hospitals for reserves. But the Ananias dope is getting too diluted and the con valescents rush the allies so kameradishly William's piece of mind enjoys no peace of mind. He tried painting the vulture of kultur white, but it didn't camouflage like a dove a-tall well. William would like to pull some grandstand coup to shove the show-down some iraore months away, but Gott refusts to per form miracles for his Potsdam pet. So, 'tlooks as if the Hohenzollern family could improve the precious pasting moment? by studying time tables to part? distant and remote, and investigating the art of disguise to be employed in travel for the Hohenzollern health which will be in precarious state when they do start! Cheer-Up Stuff. By EDMUND VANCE COOKE. When you are feeling tough, Fortune will treat you rough, Let me assure you. If you will let her. One thing is dear enough; Put up a little bluff. Killing will cure you! Try to forget her. No one can bring you cheer, Show her your scorn for her If you won't take it. When she would do you; Bnt let me sing you here Don't give a darn for herl How you may make it; Then she may woo you! Cut out the worry stuff, Cut out the worry stuff, Can all the care. Can all the care. Rub this m deep enough Rub this in deep enough Lnder your hair. Under your hair. Earn a bit, learn a bit. Earn a bit, learn a bit, Laugh ju?t a little; Laugh just a ljttle ? ,?",.1"'? ?* bl,t* Give a bit, live a bit. Relish your victual; Rt-lisH your victual; Rest a bit. jest a bit. R?t a bit> jest a bit Share ot your best a bit. Share of your best a bit Then cut the worry, for that Then cut the worry and God ta the test of it. ^^ ^?iv, you ae? of iti /F ? N?WYO VD?fJ ?> O. O. Mein tyre. New Tork. Oct. 10.?At a luncheon the members of the Dutch Tieat Club, composed of writers and artists, dis cussed the short story the other day. Ten of the most celebrated short story writers were present and not one made Action pay until after a struggle of at least five years. It re quired ten years for ont of them. Most of the fiction writers declared that it is possible to get only two or three really big ideas for a Laic In a year. The other stories must depend more upon execution than upon con ception. Another point made was that the average fiction writer aver ages one short story a month. Origiuality of idea Is now the thing in demand in magazine offices. Many untore appear only once tn a highly popular mat; m?. i ne. They are heard of no more. Uditore say it is because j of a lack of ortKinality. They had ? one idea and when it was given to I the world they were through. Irvin Cobb once started a series of mystery talea with the scene in New I York City, the general title of the series to be "The Island of Adven ture." The flrst two tales went well, but the series was cut off. Cobb sim ply ran out of ideas and he himself humorously said it was because he knew too much about New York. Myra Kelly, an East Side school teacher. Is aaid to be the only writer that ever had her very first story ac cepted by an important magazine. It got over purely because of the origi nality of the Idea?the love of a slum child for the settlement teacher. O. Henry was perhaps the most prolific writer in original Ideas. He once told Freeman Tilden that some day he was going to write a story about a boy spoiled by good influ ences. There waa an Idea. He died before he carried out the resolution, and Mr. Tilden later did the story with a style that would have delight ed O- Henry. Most of the successful writers made their way to the top by selling to the penny a word magazines first. It gave them style and experience. In this connection, one writer told of the craze among the cheaper magazines for punchy titles. One editor in espe cial was a wolf for pep and vinegar. Struck with an idea one day, he called in a pot boiler writer from Harlem and said: "Harry. I've got a whale of an idea. I want you to write me a bright, snappy life of Jesus." Need less to say it was never written, but It shows the craze for snappy/writin?. Usually there Is nothing In a name. But there is a thrill in the fact that from a New York port there sailed several weeks Lieut. Benton Killing. Here is hoping he docs it. Word filters back to the parlor lamps around Broadway that ?aby Deslys, the dancer, ia soon to marry a well known American actor. Gaby. with the aid of a press agent, smashed her way to stardom here with nothing but ability to wear fine clothes. But the public got tired of her and she had to return to Paris, the scene of her former triximphs. The actor, it is said, is over there with the army, met her and will ?marry her when the war Is over. Perhaps no woman in the world gained so much fame out a trivial incident as Gaby. One night the ex-King of Portugal, sat with her in a box at a music hall. That was about all there was to it. Before Gaby's press agent got through with the incident Gaby was heralded all over the world as kicking Manny's crown frajjjt off his royal he;?d. She had no ffiore to do with the Portugal ruler's downfall than the Cherry Sis ters. Here Is a problem for psychologists as reported in a New York morning paper. Four men met at breakfast near Fulton street. The subject of Spanish influenza came. up. Three had not heard of the scare. The fourth explained it in detail. The next morning the three listeners were taken down with the malady?which Is a mild form of grippe. LIEUT.LORD.WOUNDED, CABLES TO MOTHER Central High School Student on Pershing's Casualty List. Lieut. John B. Lord's name appears on the casualty list today as severely wounded. His mother Is Mrs. John Wignal, of 1336 Newton street. "I received a cable from John after he was wounded August 23." she sai?!. "He declared that he had rejoined his regiment after ten daya in the hospital. I have not received a noti fication from the War Department. I firmly believe that his name was placed upon the seriously wounded list by mistake." Lieut. Lord was a student at Cen tral High School and atterward at tended the University of Wisconsin. He wae on the border in the Mexican trouble and when he was mustered out he entered the Second Officers' Training Camp at Fort Sheridan, II!. His brother, Isaac, another Central boy, also is in the army. Engineer Camp Needs Pianos and Victroias Appeals for three pianos and a few victroias have come ln from the music-starved boya at the engineer training camp at Accotink, Va., known as Camp Humphreys. The boys are not getting their due along the musical line. They are confident that the camp's Y. If. C. A. secre tary's appeals for these instruments will bring resulta Y. M. C. A. activities will be car ried into the three new sections of Camp Humphreys which were opened this week. The "Y" has erected new buildings tn the new sections which are about ready for occupancy. MOTOR MASHES FOOT. Harold G. Applegarth, 30 years old. 2130 Columbia Road northwest, employed by an electric concern, caught hi? foot In an electric motor yesterday ?nd severely lacerated It He was removed to Emergency Hospital. Mr?. M. C. Farran, of Cottage City. Md . was cut about the head yeeterday when a window ln la Washington Railway and Electric car was smashed. Mrs. Faran was taken to Casualty Hospital. A LINE O' CHEER EACH DAY O' THE YEAR. Hy John Krndrlek Banc?. OAK OR ACORN. I may not have a family tree From Adam A to lizard Me, But maybe 1 can plant one now That ?ater from some leafty bough Will sprout ? bit of golden fruit Of which I am the stock and root, And sain the honorable pelf They ??rant to acestor? myself? The Oak with what Is pa?t la gray, The Acorn holds the futur? da\y, . lrWta*m*Stm. TODAY'S CASUALTY LISf THE NIGHT LIST. The following casualties are report ed by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces; Killed in action . 91 Missing ln action . 18 Wounded severely . 100 Died from wounds . 62 Died from accident and other causes . ? Died of disease . ?9 Died from aeroplane accident.. 3 Prisoners . S Total. US Killed in Aetloa. MaJ Harry A. Harvey, Brooklyn. NY. CAPTAINS. J E. Pudenhoefer. Erie, Pa. Walter E. Glllam. Flushing, ?. Y. Walter 3. Keller, New York, ?. Y. LIEUTENANTS. Robert A. Sherwood. Portland. Ore. EmmonsaJ stockwell. East Burke, >'t. SERGEANTS. George W Bell, Townley. Ala. James Biogan. New York, ?. Y. George ? Hull. Richmond Hill. ?. Y. Adolph ?. Lynch, Morgantown. N. C. | L?o P. Mrllugh. Cumming. Iowa. Theodore W. Todd. New York, ?. Y. John N. Walsh. New York. ?. Y. John H utile. Babj;lon, ?. Y. CORPORALS. Charles H. Allen, Donora. Pa. Joeeph M. Bailey. Clarke Summit, Pa. Frank J. Kearney. Niles. Ohio. Estill Powers, Klngsley, Iowa. Alfred XV. Heed, llam?n, Tex. Fred M. Stoffe!. Franklinvllle, N. Y. Pen T. Barrett, Henderson, Tex. Jesse M. Grisham, Holland. Ark. George A. Smith. Ontonagon, Mich. Louis Herbert Wilson. Manston, Wis. Mech. Luke Garton, New York, H. Y. Wag. C. E. Fagan, Brooklyn, N. Y. PRIVATES. James E. Armstrong. Phalanx. Ohio. Thomas J. Best. Pottsvllle. Pa. Joe P. Bolner, Del Rio. Tex. Hayes A. Cornelius, Hurts Run. Ohio. Antonio D. Decarlo. Natii k, K. L Dante Dolcini, Hicks Valley. Cal. John A. Ericson, Hancock, Mich. James Flanneiy, N. Philadelphia. Pa. Rikus H. Flesner. Battle Creek, Nebr. Benjamin F"rost, New York, N. Y. "Louis Gerstein. Boston. Mass. Roy N. Havermale, Canton. I1L William L. Helms. Danville, Ky. Arthur Jacobson, Calumet, Mich. William Karnaros, Mahanoy City, Pa. Ezra I* Langston, Oakdale. Mis?. Walter P. Lowe, Overlea, Md. T. L. Moscariella, Norwalk, Conn. Marvin J. Odom, Saint Paul. N. C. Raymond Opsomer, Detroit, Mich. Richard L. Osburn. Lowery, Okla. Jamee B. Pryor, Mayfleld. Ky. Franklin Reed. BiOckport, Pa. G. N. Satterlee. Hubardville, N. Y. August S. Schaedler. Canton, Ohio. Charles I?'. Schultz. Chicago. 111. David H Scott. Ana, Okla. Ignatius Brozoska, BuiTalo, N. Y. J. A. Carlson, BJornegarden. Bm?-?len. Klmer Joseph Cole. Detroit, Mich. Edward Conforti. Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry Coussomeker. Ghent, Minn. Nichols Pegiacomo, Baltimore. ??. Carl W. Fleck, Brooklyn, N. Y. F. J. Gugleman, Arlington, N. J. Carleton T. Harlow, Cotuit. Mass. E. M. Hazelton, Glens Falls. N. Y. John M. Hii-z. Peterson, N. J. Swen M. Johnson. Lafayette, Minn. T. M. Johnson. Boyne City. Mich. James N. Kerr. Los Angeles. Cal. Arthur A. Krahn. Milwaukee. Wis. Adolph Lekanger, Bode, Norway. A. R. Matos, Pala Hawaii. T. H. C. O'Donnell. Dungarvia. Ireland. W. J. Perry. Jacksonville. Tex. Robert D. P.abe. Jersey City, ? ?. John F. Sheskey, Bridgewater, Conn. David H. Slagle. Altoona, Pa. Cari Thatcher, Chillicothe. Ohio. Dan Frank l'irich. Remus, Mich. William W. Voigt, Portage. Wis. Eimer Wiesse. Indianapolis. Ind. Arthur A. Klatzkin, New Yoik. ?. Y. Roy Lammons, Yazoo City, Miss. Clarence J. Lamore, Clevelan?!. Ohio. Peter I?ehman. Brooklyn. ?. Y. Jacob Paul Lese. Princeton. Wis. Samuel Lisi, New York. N. Y. James F. I.uny. White Plains. ? Y. John T. McCabe. New York. N. Y. Willard J. Mann. Chicago. III. Arthur J. Marks, Smethport. Pu. Nells M. Matson, Withee. Wis. Cari A. Moler, Arnett, Tex. Died from Wounds, LIEUTENANTS. Paul Henry Cordes, Brooklyn. ?. Y. Karl E. Dlmick. Montreal. Canada. Irving J. Pinkus, New York, ?. Y. SERGEANTS. J. P. Snodgrass. Smithfield, W. Va. Edward 1?. Spence. Ionia, Ky. W. Van Horssen, Grand Haven, Mich. J. F. Vermealen. Richmond Hill, ?. Y. Orville C. Winter, Villlsca. Iowa. CORPORALS. William G. Etchison. Mussella. Ga. Claud Lee Frans, Frazier. Mo. Nicholas Spallas. Stoughton. Mass. Mech A. Toebes, Paterson, N. J. .PRIVATES. Aron Jenkins, Covington, Ky. Fred E. Aune. Dayton, Oreg. Charlie Buggs, Cullman. Ala. Harwood Canndy, Cooperi*?.?. Okl?. George C. Conray, Clinton. Wl?. F. B. Corwin. M t. Olle/ad.' Ohio Patrick Coyne. Cleveland, Ohio. Parker P. Dally, Chilllcothe. Ohio. Clifford E. Dimmitt. Falrfleld. Iowa A.Ferrara, Ariano Dlpuglla. Italy. John M. Fitzgerald. Cleveland. Ohio P. W. Fisher. Grand Haven, Mich. Henry Foley, Twin Lakes. Minn. Paul A Gardner, New York, N. T. I.eander Gray, Wilmington. Del. Philip Hassinger. New York. *. ? T. H. Harmfr, C?dar Rapid?. Iowa John S. Haug, Detroit, Mich. Robt. J. Hen.-ley. Neal?vllle. N. C. J. C. Kountz, Salt Sulphur Sprini W. Va. A. M. Krieger, MIIn?r. K. Dak. Albert Lantz, Pittsburgh. Pa, Austin I^ewis. Belolt, Wl?. David E. Macetas, Trlbbey. Okla W. E J Maloney. Ottumwa. Iowa. Bentley Mauck. Corydon. Ind. VV. H. Moran, Pittsburgh. Pa. John J. O'Neill. Philadelphia. Pa. William Phillips. Maysville, Ky. F. A. RnL-fiioskl. Berlin. Wl?. C. Richardson. Louisville. Ky. ? Charles Runge. Milwaukee. Wls. ? W. H. Saie. Soudcrton, Pa. George Sieber. Brooklyn, ?. T. Mitt Sm.ik. Ely. Minn. A. M. Thompson, Stoughton, Wl?. Earl Truxel, Latrobe. Pa. Forrest C. ItTord, De? Moines, Io?a Clyde I "rrrlerwood. Columbus. Ohio. Jacob U Wolts, Yvor City. Fla. Frank E. Williams, Athol, Mass. VV. A. Young, W. Sulphur Spring., W. V'.i. Joseph C. Smith, Iselin, Pa. Samuel L. Soit, Ferlerai, Pa. A. C. Sperber, Pittsburgh, Pa. T. W. White, Robertsdale, Ala. J. Wyronwniski, Stevens P0114. 111. William ?? ss. Racine. Wis. Elbert Wolfe. Ewlng. Va. C. H. Zimmerman, Detroit Mich. Died of Disease. SERGEANTS. H. Howard. New York. N. Y. Nathaniel Young. New York. N. Y. CORPORALS. Ernest VV. Foster, VV. Boxford. Mass. D. C. Owen?, Laurel Bloomery, Tenn. Cook H. Pardi. New York. N. Y. PRIVATES Domenico Abbiente, E. Boston. Mass. Bazzie Absher, Thompsonville. III. Perry j. Clegg. Ucen. Idaho. P. T. Dalley. Youngstown, Ohio. R. F. Dillman. Schuylkill. I'a A. T Jardine. Dunseith, ? Ir. Jennings Handy. Kolokee, Fia. James Kyle. South Orange. N. J. J. C. Laframboise. Montre.il, Qu?-bec. Edward O'Neill, Philadelphia. l?a. Francis C. Saner, Jacksonville, 111. Sam Scott. Sherell, Ark. J. A. Long, Mold.? Wash. H. Tt. Perkins, Limerick, Maine. R. o. Barnes. Chicago. 111. J. C. Bishop. Kress. Va. ?*. H. Bowman. Burnt Pierre. 111. A. V. Charles, Scranton. Pa. Frank Collins. Hector. Ky. A. F. Drake, New som.?. Va. G. C. Meyer. Center Square. Fa. C. J. Schmitt, Waterloo, Iowa. J. VV. Vange Smith, V'nion, S. C. H. H. Wallis, Barnard.?. N. Y. Died from Aeroplane Areld.sat. Lieut. J. R. Carey, Jr. Salem. Ohio. Lieut, G. H. Brenner. York. Pa. Lieut. G. W. Goodwin. Glen? Falls, N. V. Dleal from Accident and Other ??ases. Sergt. Adolf Huber, Winnipeg. Man itoba, transatta. Corp. D McCarthy. Chicago. 111. privati;.* W. H. Davis. Central Falls, R. I. David G. Bllverman, New York. ?. Y Ernest J. Parsons. Benton. Pa. Anthony F. Pinoccl, Chicago, III. Woonded Severely. Capt. Wm. E. Shaw, Belleville, Kans. LIEUTENANTS. Fred H. Ford, Minneapolis, Minn. Leon.tul M. Gaines, Richmond. Va. John Gal.ishaw, ?'ambridge. Mai.*. Louis G. Gomez. Springfield, 111. John M. llayner*. Denver, t^'olo. JOHN B. IlbRD. UM NEWTON STREF.T. WASHINGTON. D. C. G. R. Stevens. Jr., New Canaan. Conn. Rene VV. Pinto. Racine, Wis. Mark Sibley. New Y'ork. N. Y. SERGEANTS. Earl G. Beach. Mason City. Iowa. Joseph B. Bourlrot, Boston, Mass. E. Gordon. Punxatawney, Pa. James J. Jackson Tuckahoe. ?. ? ?'lift?, D. McCormack. Covington, La, Myron J. ReifT. Milwaukee. Wis. William Rotzers l.eipsic. Ohio. Floy A. Rude. Fayette, Mo. Albert E. Simpson. Cheater. Pa. W. J. Sproule, Newport. Maine. H. H. Zuehlke, Fond du Iyic. Wis. Phil. Brauneis, jr., New York. ?. Y. Krank M. Stanley, Chicago, 111. CORP?RAL8. Roger ? Bloom, Irvona. Pa Carl F i'amson. Poplar. Mont. Wm. J. Entwlatl?, Brooklyn. ? ? Robert L. Evans. 8parta, Wls Louis L. Fisher, Ft. Atkinson, Wii. Henry H. Hall. Brooklyn. ?. Y. Grover C. Harrison. Fort Worth. Tex. E. Henckell. Birmingham. Ala. Thomaa Jensen. Hoboken. N. J. Wm. 0. Davison. Philadelphia. Pa. John M Fingeraon, Mifttln. Wls. Nick J Kostako?. Philadelphia, Pa. Clark I.j-man. Dell Rapids. 8. Dak. J. N. Ludwick. E MrKeesport. Pa. J. J. McAndrews. Carbondale. Pa Edward D Sheppard. Milf Shed. Ky Elmer C. Smith. Norfolk. Nebr Bugler G XX'. Wallace, Lexington. Ky Wagoner T S. Goum. Elwell. Mich Mu.-iclan J. E. Wood, Rockvllle. Mo PRIVATES. / Frank E. Barclay, Brooklyn. ? Y Alex. A. Bearman, Brockion. Mass J. E. Burke, Huntington Park, Cai John L. Capper. Philadelphia. Pa. John V. Cries. Cora City. III. P. D. Donato. Jersey City. N. J. Nathan Dnbrow. Jersey City, N. J Thos. J. Pundon. Hoboken. N. J. Charles Ehcrt.* Waupjn. Wis. Milo V. Elam. Taft. Cal. Wilmer Farrell. Armona, Cal. Wm. Ferrara, Jamestown. N. Y. U P. Giglinto. New York, N. Y. Chester Hansen. Burbank, S. Dak. Mike Harris, Sturgeon, Pa. Reinhold Hofenstein. Waterloo. Wis Clarence L. Hunter. Cohoes. ? Y. Seorge Kafalas, New York. George H. Kleven, Grand Fork?. N. Dak. \ Alto V. McClenny, Headland, Ala. Leaman McDumont, ColTee Springs, Ala. Tames B. McHugh. Seaford. ?. Y. G. J. MiManua, Edina, Mo. Andrew Mercer, Dixie, Ga. ?harles XV. Merchant, Sturrie. Mich Henry Miller. Mobile. Ala. ?harles Mitchell. Mobile. Ala. Solomon Moll. Brooklyn, ? Y. Adalido Montoya, Albuquerque. N. Mex. Raymond Morris, Philadelphia, Pa harles Scott, Wellington. Ohio. Harry Seligman. Toledo. Ohio. Steve Y. Shears. Ottawa. Kans. Louis Skretos, Manchester. ? ?. ?Villlara Spigale, Jr., New ?? ii.-itigton. , ?Pa. tValter Veira. New York. ?. Y. ?Villiam W?lder. Chicago, 111. P.alph Waldo Wilson. Blsbee. Ariz. lohn C. Wlngate, Durant, Okla. Pri' e K. Ponnally, Crown City. Ohio. Russell G. Douglass, Schenectady, N. Y. % Seymour Enarson, Vlllisca, Iowa, lohn KJorhaug, Kensal, ?. Dak. Paul W. Folms!?ee, Richmond Baeach, Wash. fohn Gronau, Solvay, ?. Y. Mey.iicler Gronchi, Sacinaw. Mich. ?.Villiam J. Hlndt, Rock Rapids. I? Arthur T. Hoffman. Brooklyn, N. V Dennis Hyland. Mobile. Ala. raador Jacob. New York, ?. V Krank J Jelick. Brooklyn. ? Y. Albert Kilka. Detroit. Mich. Moins lavine. New York. ?. Y. Dennis J. Lyons. Worcester. M s? Herbert Martin. Brooklyn, N. V. Jos?'ph Matunis. Portage, pa Eugenio Mtastes. Gallina, N. Mex. An^re Muzzio. Brooklyn, ?. Y. Thomas J. Pilling, Philadelphia, G??. Walter J. Quimby. Franklin. N. 11. Elmer T. Revett, Kinder, Mich A. B. Rodrigo. Albuquerque. N. Mex. James G. Roger?, Mexico, Mo, Audie L. Roland. Conway, Mo. J. Sihroyer. 1!. I!? fourche. S Dak. Joseph J. Senior, New York. ?. Y. Pleas Shocklee, Livermore, Ky. Morris Stlverman, New York, ?. Y. Gavlor T. Simonson. Omul. Nebr. Melvin E. Spencer. Bear-dstown. III Albert A. Taylor. Barksdale. Tex. Roy A. Troup. Schenky. Pa. Wm. H Weber, Brooklyn. ?. Y. Wing G. Aenew, Roekford. Ill John -A. Amaeher. Chimacim Wash Henry M. Andereon. Tifnn. Ohio. Leonard Anderson. Milwaukee, Wis. Neal Eaker. Eulonia. S C. Mose Beaudo, Carney. Mich. Clifford Bodtm. Hazelton, Idaho. Nicholas Boss. Chicaco. III. Frank V Bretz, Salt I.aks City, Utah. lames Briniger. Willow Tree, Ky. Tony Brodymott. War, W. Va. "ras. Chapman. New ]:. .'. Mass. '. Daniel H. Cheves. Pelham. Ga. Samuel Cigmore, Johnson, R. T. -t? Cocco, Vechanea. Italy. Philip Cohen. Chicago. 111. eleo E. Costigan. Lansing Mich I". T. E. Crane. Hiehwood. Mont. Wadislaw Czarskl. Hamtram k. Mich Vance E. Dailey. Rerd Cit., Mich. St? ??- Darkoweki. Detroit. M:eh. lohn L. Davis. St. Clair, a. De Bonis. Basilicata. Italy. John Demenrm. Brooklyn. ?. Y Nathan Epstein. Brooklyn. N*. Y. Krhart E. Evcjxeon, Pent.? ' '. Mich. ] Ivan F. Everson. Crawford, Nebr. John Ferlus, Lyndora. Pa. I'.ussell H. Fluent, Butte, Mont. ', Robert E. Flynn. Punlcstown, Md. Ambrose Frascina. W.-i:-: ry. a-onn ? M.nry J. Gain. E St. Louis. 111. ? 'harles Ganyo, Greenwich. Conn Marry L. Garlcts, Mongo, Ind. !] "SCHOOL DAYS" Xg%wl<zt- A&*ctity?mC& (Fremi the New York Tribune I HEARST ON GERMANS' SIDE, VIERECK WROTE TO FATHER "Dear Papa" Letters Written by Publisher of "The Fatherland" Also Refers to William Bayard Hale, Hearst's Agent, as "Our Good Friend." Correspondence between George Syl ve?ter Viereck and hi? father. Loul? Viereck, the putative half-brother n the father of the Kal?er. throw? ad ditional light on the ?ctivltie? of Ger man agenu In thla country ?ma abroad. Two of thesve lettei?. written by the younger Viereck. pubtl?her of the ?Fatherl?nd?' and a paid ?fgemt of the Germ?n Foreign Office, are her? wiln* published for the flrst time They were Intercepted by the censor? The "Fatherland" waa ?ubsidized by the German government. The first letter, which follow?, con tain? illuminating statements, regard ing another one-time paid ace.ac ol the German Foreign Offire, Dr. Will lam Bayard Hale, formerly Be.ii ? correspondent for William Randolph Heartt, and of Hearst himself; (Translation! Office of "George Sylvester Viereck. "11773 Broadway, New York. "June 77. 191? "Dear Papa : ' I received today quite a number of letter? of your?, of which the latest bear the date? of March 31. April 177 and 18. "Tomorrow I ?hall mall to your aa rlre?? 1300 due for the Haiti c-jprjn? and. at the same time, your ?alary for June and July, altogether m* i hope that it will not ?gatn take ?o much time for the money being de livered to you. Few Llames ?? DmawfcsY. "I enclose a few lines to Dumb?. evho I? a very fine old gentleman. "Lack of space In the Fatherland' ? more and more deeply felt. At the asme tjme the price of paper In creases to such a degree that It Is impossible for us to enlarge pur pa |>er. Paper costs already IT?TjO or "??? more per week than last year, where by our profit is. of course, whor'y BVlpe-d out. "As f.,r as Schierbrand 1? concerr?**?,. he seems to enjoy the good W'll ol the Austrian government; for, of course. I have made inquiries about him ba-foiehand at the proper e'.icc-s. "Beginning this wc-k. 'The Fa'ti?*?? [and' will regularly tr-e mailed *a the subscribers from this city. I mm sorry to state that one cannot gather 'mm your list wbrn the individual subscriptions expire, and we have as sumed that such will be the casre at the end of the year, namely. Dec?r,e ber. 1916. Therefore, we will, ln the future, send to your addrcs* twenty-ticc copies, to be disc ?.rat?*?* ' as it plerase? sou. Of course, vou may get more in case you ne*ed th??m. "Rerrarding the German Pu 7 ion. I inform you that I am a member. 'The Fatherland' Is in* only Knclish-language paper repre sented. "1 hope that the fresh canned ?r?oels have been delivered to you, al?o cof fee and the fat which Mrs Gugger helmer intended to send Mrs. Murk refused to take along to the other s.ic a basket because she feared It might be taken from her during the voya-". Perhaps 1 will have better luc.7 w th Miss Bchoenfeld. Say. Mll.oaa ?? i.?se-d Pear*. **As far as your, translations are concerned. I h07?e thr.t ? r, ?-yttur-.r mas promptly delivered. Miss Wat?;n -SC Wm. J. G? istlinger. Forest Park. Ill Alphonce Gogreve. Cincinnati. Ohio ' P.. R. Go'".smith. New Rochelle. ? Y. Arthur ??nodruna. New England. Pa. Edward S. Gordon. Augusta. Ga. Fred W. Grave?. Fullerton. Nebr. lohn ?. Gray. ValJeJo. Cal. Frank G. Haefner. Buffalo. ?. T. Raa-mond J. Haertle. Milwaukee. Wis Pred D. Hamilton. Pont lac Mich. John F. 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Conn. ?Ilchael Majewskl. Chicago. IIL (Vm. D. Mallory. Birmingham. Ala. ,awr??ncf Mancuso, St l'aul. Minn. kVm. H Mann. Suffem. N. Y. ?dmond S Martin. Greenleaf. Kan?. Vugust Minnie. Sannicola, Italy, rohn O Neil. Uwrfild?. Mass, rerry Oliver. King. Ark. ?like retervelevich. Chicago, HI. MUslasat la Aellon. -apt .1. E Welch, Jr.. Boston. Mass ^leut A. J Schneider. Indianapoli?. Ind 3ergt. A. K?ufm?n. Jr.. New Tork. N. T. "?orp. A. S Nolan. Brooklyn, 1*. T. ;orp. William Spirko. Mt. Pleaaant. Pa. FRIVATES. Perry J BesteU Wlthee. Wi?. Charley Brock. Leavenworth. Kans El wood Buchanan. Venice, Utah. FL H. Coleman. Brooklyn, ?. Y. should not ?end tbe end 'meaning a contribution) before abc ha? i-aceaveal one more ctt-eck That's the only wa? to treat thoae people. She knows bow to make tir rienaar,-]? in an irr able mannasr. *"I am ajiad |j mee from your le?..ir that marnas i-m your health .-?rmr? Ina on an upwaid line imear,, ??, ?a ? Improvins) Aa to .Vil*..-?. 1 Juat wrote ?in arti cle, a co,?,? of which is inclosed, aia? ln which I t'eated him much mora friendly bea-auae he really waan.. ?o pra?aerve pea<-e. lt la true. It ?ajt be admitted, thai he doea ao fiom ?elfish motives, but that Is the Mia reaaon why 1 believe that he really doea hla beat. "Aa far aa tbe laat ?111 of Ceeil Rhoadea la concerned, we lav? a'. ready publiehed two art'oi?,, ?? Schrad?*T. Your article on that rha-tne has never reached ua. "Verdun will not fall before Aurust, I am Informed. Six months w i- tb? allotted time. ?I will alao aee to tt that II? -s send the deaired datea to Mr Rien "Your laat will haa aaf-ly been de livered here. Most heartfelt tliar.k? "With many affectionate regards and kisses, as always "SYLVESTER " ? ll??r.l < .lira Me l>? "P 8 -Dr. William Bayard Ha? ?ailed today on Frar-da-arik VIII : r Germany. He is Ha**r?fe repreaer.ta tlve and one of our food friends, will whom we have much oo?-lal Inter course, and who, perhapa. la political? ( ly of great benefit to ua. Hearst Is, perhaps, the most prominent Ameri can publicist vho aided with Ger****e\y. He called f??r me by 'phone this mim ing, but could not reach me I wired Hale to call on you if possible. !:?? talks a little Germs ? His wife is a nee- Muschenheim He la the same Dr. Hale who once had the famous inter view with the Kaiser. He is alao the venal biographer of Wilson, whom, it must be admit?-! he now bitterly ?I lacke. and author of many other booka." The eecond btter, aleo a translation from the German. Introduces H.-r Viereck la *' Dumba. w ho was kicke<* out of this country follo-wma the publication of proof of h:s belnt one of the dir.-ior? and fomenter? of Teutonic terrorist,! in this country and not a Ra?d Croaa representative. Th' letter follows: ?Office of ?George Sylvester Viereck ?1113 Broadwa.. New York ?June : 1S1? "His Excellency. Dr Constantin T. Pumba. ?asile Vestenhof. near Pottschach. Austria "Venerated Herr Dr. Dumba: "Permit me to introduce to you. through this letter, my father. Mr Louis Viereck. European representa tive of The Fatherland.* "My father wants to collect various Information about Austria. In order to make use of lt in The Fatheri'-naf and ln The International.' "Through every favor accorded t? him you will assist not only .v.e. hut also the good cause. "Hoping that you are well an3 .hat my *:ttle book has reached yo-i. I rat*? mai?, with many friendly ?.,-.? youi* ?incere and obedient jer? arti ilhr aufrichtig ergebener?. "GF.ORGE SYLVESTER VIERE'"**?*..?" ?. ? Foulkrod. Halifax, Nova Scotia M Georger. Buffalo. ?. ? H. T. Grayson. Chicago. 111. A. H Keaton. Traverse Ci" J. A Kinrhem. Swe.twater ?'kla. James A. Unr-. Evergreen. Ala. L. S Lloyd. Los Angeles. Cal. Robert L Lowe. RoRswell. X M J ?" McDowell. Burlinctoi W Va. John M. Matka. Lora:n. ? 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