LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

Washington, D. C., April 4, 1908.

Beloved Leader:— President Roosevelt has heartily approved the program adopted by this society, which provides for meeting conditions as they appear to be, and for changing them so that they will be manifest, as they are in absolute reality. He did this in a public address to the delegation of the North Carolina Peace Society, at the White House, April 2, presented by Senator Lee S. Overman. By doing this he has called upon all nations to consent now that they will always, respect each other's territory and right to make the laws therein, and to arbitrate all other questions. He also expressed the hope that this movement may spread all over the country. The importance of this action seems to justify my bringing it to your notice as part of the unfoldment of good in the permanent establishment of the kingdom of heaven among men, for which you labor. Gratefully and lovingly

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