During the runup to the Spanish-American War, William Randolph Hearst sent Frederic Remington to Cuba to report on Cuba's revolt against Spanish rule. Remington sent Hearst a cable saying, "Everything quiet. There is no trouble here. There will be no war. Wish to return.” Hearst supposedly replied, “Please remain. You _______________.” While Hearst always denied sending this message, this anecdote has become famous as an illustration of Hearst's "yellow journalism" style. What EIGHT WORDS did Hearst allegedly end his message with?
FURNISH THE PICTURES AND I'LL FURNISH THE WAR