Letters to Our Leader

Toronto, January 3, 1906.

Beloved Leader and Teacher:—I suppose you are daily waiting to hear from me of the victory for Truth in the Court of Appeal; the case was argued but the decision has not been given yet, so I have delayed writing you until I could tell you that it was completed. Everything now looks most favorable. The judges ridiculed the charge, and one of them said he thought the law was broad enough, and that there was sufficient opportunity to use it, without manipulating it to try to make criminals of people who were not criminals; each of the other four judges evidently coincided with his remark.

I never witnessed a more convincing proof of the freedom given those who are defending the Cause of Christ, to express themselves intelligently and with logical arguments that even the adversaries cannot gainsay nor resist, than was manifested in the argument of Mr. Hamilton Cassels (one of our lawyers) to the Court of Appeal. It was really one lawyer talking to five other lawyers, and during several hours of argument they were never able to reverse his argument on a single point of law.

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Testimony of Healing
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February 3, 1906

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