President Roosevelt, in his message sent to Congress on March 25, deals among other matters with child labor, employers' liability law, modification of the injunction law, amendment to the anti-trust law to permit traffic agreements between railroads, Federal representation on receiverships; changes in the anti-trust law to permit proper and necessary combinations of business men, farmers, or laborers; recognition of the right of employers and employes to combine and contract with one another or with their employes or employers; legalizing of peaceable strikes for the purpose of securing satisfactory wages, but the illegality of violence, disorder, or coercion by the blacklist or boycott; early revision of the traiff, a permanent waterways commission, waterpower rights on navigable rivers.
persons will readily admit that the world's concept of God is not what it should be.
to a silk farm had been looking at the cocoons of the silkworm, and in a certain place saw some from which, all but one, had come out beautiful butterflies.
found thousands of men and women pleading for release.
the wise man: "By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, and honor, and life;" and in "Miscellaneous Writings".
Discussing the phenomenon of miracles from a standpoint which is neither that of Christian Science nor orthodox theology, Matthew Arnold laid stress on what is termed the "moral therapeutics" of Jesus.