VIEWS OF THE PRESIDENT

Arbitration and Adequate Armanent not Inconsistent.

The Evening Star

[From The Evening Star, Washington. D. C.]

President Roosevelt this afternoon [April 2 ] made a short speech to the North Carolina Peace Society, with headquarters at Wilmington. N. C. Hayne Davis, president of the society, and several of the officers and members, were presented to the President at half past two o'clock by Senator Overman. The peace society is a comparatively new organization, which is expected to spread all over the country. Its objects are to promote peace through international arbitration, but to equip the country with vessels and munitions of war to make splendid defense in case of attack.

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