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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.
A proposal to levy a "three-mill tax" on intangible personal property is before the Massachusetts Legislative Committee on Taxation. A similar tax has obtained in Maryland for a number of years. Just before the three-mill tax law was adopted in Maryland the value of taxable securities on the assessors' books in Baltimore was $6,000,000, yielding $120,000 in taxes; the first year of the new law there was registered $555,000,000 of securities, paying $165,000 in taxes; in 1907, ten years later, the books contained $150,000,000 of securities and $450,000 were paid in taxes.
Mount Marcy and its surrounding peaks are included in a purchase of a tract of thirty-five hundred acres of land in the Adirondacks which the State Forest Preserve Board has just secured for the State Park at a cost of twenty-eight thousand dollars. The tract is heavily timbered and the lumber would soon have been cut off for pulp.
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"NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS."
WILLIS F. GROSS.
KATHERINE S. WILSON.
JOHN E. FELLERS.
LAURA COOLEY TUCKER.
Discussing the phenomenon of miracles from a standpoint...
Christian Scientists accept the guidance of Science and Health...
Willard S. Mattox
Christian Science maintains the fact intimated in Dr. Riddell's...
R. Stanhope Easterday
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
THE NEW PUBLISHING HOUSE
Archibald McLellan with contributions from William W. Porter
Annie M. Knott
THE RETURN OF THE ROBINS
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Alfred Farlow, Wm. H. Tolman, Jerita V. Blair, Ira F. Thompson, Emma Alice Kreutzer, Laura W Burt, Katharine V. Ilgenfritz, Mary Geimmett, Fannie Bogardus Hunt, Fannie L. Bonner, Katherine C. Baker, Charles Albion Clark
with contributions from William H. H. Clayton, Leslie L. Gilbert, Robert Q. Grant
As I read in the Sentinel the many grateful testimonies...
Ida Judd Gamwell
Four years ago, while in Chicago, I received what was...
A few years ago I was taken ill with acute lung trouble....
Gertrude M. Binger
I would like to give my testimony to Christian Science...
Martha A. French
For over fifteen years I was an invalid....
Wilhelmina H. Nichols
About the year 1900 I began to experience periods...
John J. Masterson
I desire to acknowledge all the good I have received...
Ethel K. Foulds
I thank God for all the blessings which I have received...
Annie M. Wagner
About six years ago, when a dreaded epidemic was...
F. P. Gibson
It is now over twelve years since Christian Science...
Miriam E. MacKelvey
In one short year Christian Science has healed me of...
Frank I. Wakefield
I should like to add my testimony to the many I have...
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase