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President Roosevelt, in an address before the National Education Society, department of superintendence, says: "I trust that more and more of our people will see to it that the schools train toward and not away from the farm and the workshop. We have spoken a great deal about the dignity of labor in this country, but we have not acted up to our spoken words; for in our education we have tended to proceed upon the assumption that the educated man was to be educated away from and not toward labor. The term 'dignity of labor' implies that manual labor is as dignified as mental labor; as of course it is. Indeed the highest kind of labor is that which makes demands upon the qualities of both head and hand, of heart, brain, and body."
The annual convention of the department of superintendence of the National Education Association, at its recent session in Washington, D. C., adopted resolutions in favor of the study of agricultural subjects in the schools of the rural districts, granting federal aid to the State normal schools for the training of teachers in agriculture, manual training, and home economics; the maintenance in all large cities of a school for backward children, the opening of large ungraded schools in large cities for the instruction of the children of immigrants unable to speak English, and urging an increased appropriation for the National Bureau of Education.
THE VITAL TRUTH OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
OUT OF DARKNESS INTO LIGHT
G. W. BARRETT, M.D.
VIOLET KER SEYMER.
CONTENTMENT AND SATISFACTION
REV. JAMES J. ROME.
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Judge John D. Works
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The teachings of Christian Science are logical deductions...
A. W. Mainland
While a few may wonder because so many intelligent...
The naive argument that because God is almighty it is...
Willard S. Mattox
with contributions from Mr. H. E. Pollock, W. W. Wheatly, Mike E. Smith
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A PHYSICIAN CURED OF LEPROSY
with contributions from Alfred Farlow, G. W. Barrett
COMFORTED OF GOD
John B. Willis
PRAYER AND LAW
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Albert E. Miller, Francis J. Fluno, Allison V. Stewart, Lillian S. Dickey, Margaret Wood Ogden, V. Edna Henson, Joseph G. Mann, Belle Pew, Howard C. Van Meter, Georgia A. Beckley
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from Editor, James J. Taylor
'Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh"
Rose C. Flenner with contributions from John R. Flenner, W. E. Culton
With the hope that it may help some other earth-weary...
Daniel F. McLaren with contributions from Emily Jane White
It fills us with rejoicing to hear of the instantaneous...
Louise K. Fleming
I wish to say, from the results in my own case, that...
Laura Cantwell LeMeur
I wish to tell in a few words what Christian Science...
Martishia Hilliard with contributions from Ethel Wixom Lord
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In July, 1903, I attended a Christian Science service...
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