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Comptroller of the Currency Murray, in addressing the conference at Washington of national bank examiners representing practically all of the territory east of Ohio, said: "I say to you emphatically that your work must be improved. Embezzlements have failed of discovery, defalcations and dishonesty have been concealed from you, and in many cases you have failed to estimate correctly or even approximately the value of the paper and the securities held by the bank. If getting fees from the bank is more important to you than getting information about the bank for me, then resign at once. If you are unable to discover the true condition of a bank, do not send excuses; simply send in your resignation and your commission for cancelation."
Admiral Sperry, commander of the Atlantic fleet, according to estimates made at the Navy Department, will have saved $75,000 in the coal consumption of the Atlantic fleet by the time it reaches the east coast of the United States from its voyage around the world. He has requested the Department to reduce by eight thousand tons his original estimate of the coal necessary for the fleet on the voyage from Manila to Hampton Roads. On the voyage from Hampton Roads to San Francisco a system of competition in the engine-room forces of the various battle-ships was instituted. This competition resulted in saving fifteen hundred tons on the trip, and was continued across the Pacific.
A bill to establish a National Children's Bureau was introduced in the United States Senate in the winter of 1905-6 at the request of the National Child Labor Committee. The bill did not come to a vote, although it received the hearty endorsement of President Roosevelt and Secretary Hitchcock of the Department of the Interior as well as of many, members of both Houses of Congress. More recent reports from various Government departments emphasize the need for a bureau devoted specifically to the interests of the child. Such a bureau should investigate and report upon all matters pertaining to the welfare of children and child life.
A THOUGHT OR TWO CONCERNING OUR THINKING
HON. CLARENCE A. BUSKIRK.
WHAT IS TRUTH?
REV. W. H. DODD.
THOUGHTS FROM A DISTANT FIELD
HUGH MORETON FREWEN
LOVE THE LIBERATOR
JOHN E. FELLERS.
THE UNITY OF SCIENCE
FRANK P. EBERMAN
THE UNREALITY OF MATERIAL SENSE
L. L. KIMBALL
J. J. MASTERSON.
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Our critic closes his last letter with the famous warning...
In the magazine articles used by the recent "lecturer,"...
Mrs. S. Isabel Ward
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
NO MODIFICATIONS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
MAKING WAY DESPITE DIFFICULTIES
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from C. F. C. Lonberg, W. J. Edwards, W. A. Newman, Evelyn Louise Hughes, Katherine Bruner, Wesley H. Rowe, Hattie Andrews, Mary E. Cheatham, Ora M. Smith, Aurelia C. Cole, Grace Kiefer, J. Newton Conger, Grace Ensminger
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from Charles D. Benjamin
Love and gratitude have much to tell, but are often...
Anna E. Baker
Our dear Leader has said, "Who hath not learned that...
August Kranert with contributions from R. M. Parks
It is impossible for me to express in words my gratitude...
H. C. de Wolfe
I offer my testimony in thankfulness to God for His...
Minnie Lods with contributions from Susie A. Norton
With a heart full of gratitude I wish to acknowledge...
A. F. St. Clair
I feel it to be high time that I told others of the blessings...
Ida M. Sperling
Christian Science found me without God, and the Bible...
Frances Willard Munds
It is now eight years since I became interested in Christian Science...
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FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Charles Johnston, Llewellyn Brown