It is an anomalous condition of affairs that nineteen out of twenty of the population of this great republic do not know how to pronounce the name of its President. Even some of the members of his Cabinet are ignorant of the proper pronunciation of that now famous name, and some of the high officers in the army habitually pronounce it improperly. We therefore republish the correspondence between the Editor of The Christian Advocate and Theodore Roosevelt while he was governor of the State of New York, which appeared in The Christian Advocate of January 5, 1899:—

November 28, 1898.

To the Hon, Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, N. Y.

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