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THE VALUE OF REST.

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THE VALUE OF REST. "It is the pace that kills," remarked Pro- fessor William Stirling in a lecture on Satur- day. Both old and young folks, -he urged, should appreciate the value of rest. Let the aged break the day into two halves and the value of the rest would be found to be extra- ordinary. They should put themselves into the horizontal position, and rest in a degree which could not be obtained in the erect posi. tion. Want of rest of the nervous system, he said, greatly affected the muscular system. Twelve per cent. more energy was required for "standing at attention" than "standing at ease," because in the former attitude all the muscles were in a state of contraction. The human heart Tested longer than it worked.

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