The World To-day: A Monthly Record of Human Progress, Volume 14

World Review Company, 1908

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Page 55 - I have seen the wicked in great power, and spreading himself like a green bay tree. Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was not: yea, I sought him, but he could not be found.
Page 347 - ... Federal constitutions protect every citizen in the right to pursue any lawful employment in a lawful manner. He enjoys the utmost freedom to follow his chosen pursuit, and any arbitrary distinction against, or deprivation of, that freedom by the legislature is an invasion of the constitutional guaranty.
Page 347 - The limitations which this statute places upon her contractual powers, upon her right to agree with her employer as to the time she shall labor, are not imposed solely for her benefit, but also largely for the benefit of all.
Page 414 - States as shown by the report of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor...
Page 179 - ... heads all in nightcaps, and full of the foolishest dreams. Riot cries aloud, and staggers and swaggers in his rank dens of shame; and the Mother, with streaming hair, kneels over her pallid dying infant, whose cracked lips only her tears now moisten. - All these heaped and huddled together, with nothing but a little carpentry and masonry between them; - crammed in, like salted fish in their...
Page 324 - If ye abide in me, the works that I do shall ye do also, and greater works than these shall ye do, because I go unto my Father.
Page 557 - Representatives passed the bill providing for the restoration of the motto, "In God We Trust
Page 330 - THE WORLD'S COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS. A Descriptive Account of the Economic Plants of the World and of their Commercial Uses. By WG FREEMAN, B.Sc., FLS, and SE CHANDLER, D.Sc., FLS With contributions by TA HENRY, D.Sc., FCS, CE JONES, B.Sc., FLS, and EH WILSON.
Page 84 - Their only thought was how to perfect themselves in their own duties, and how to take care of the men under them, so as to bring them to the highest point of soldierly perfection. I grew steadily to rely upon them, as men who could be counted upon with absolute certainty, not only in every emergency, but in all routine work. They were never so tired as not to respond with eagerness to the slightest suggestion of doing something new, whether it was dangerous or merely difficult...

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