Sir,—I have read with great interest your correspondents' letters on the Conversion of England, also your articles on the war and current events. In fact, I Thoroughly digest all your pages with that insatiable appetite for " good " things which has made me universally famous. But peruse and search and devour as I may your every issue, I seldom see my name mentioned.
Can it be that you think I don't exist?
Now I assure you that The state of England and the world al large which you squeamishly deplore, is largely my handiwork. The world war which I have engineered for my delectation is to be one of stalemate, 1 having decided that decisive wars with victories surely won no longer further my interest.
Of course, it is against my principles to offer you any " tips on the conversion of England, but I have no objection to your Church adopting the " Wayside Pulpit " of the Anglicans—pardon me-1 mean Protestants. Those weekly platitudes of uplift I guarantee will keep thousands away from the . Church.
• Yours as ever,
The Hades, Asuwill, Underworld.
P.S.: Excuse the terseness of this letter. I am a very busy person.