Practise the Golden Rule

A reply in this article was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 281:15-282:16

[In response to a telegram received by Mrs. Eddy from the Boston Globe, she made the following statement, which appeared in the Globe of August 30, together with the views expressed by other prominent and representative Americans. The telegram and Mrs. Eddy's reply follow.—EDITOR.]

The Globe's Telegram.

"Official announcement of peace between Russia and Japan seems to offer an appropriate occasion for the expression of congratulations and views by representative persons. Will you do us the kindness to wire a sentiment on some phase of the subject, on the ending of the war, the effect on the two parties to the treaty of Portsmouth, the influence which President Roosevelt has exerted for peace or the advancement of the cause of arbitration."

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