Indian Conference at Lake Mohonk, 226

Italy and United States of Colombia, 179

Italy, Riots in, 156; Causes of Anarchism in, 238

Jewish Prayer Book on Peace, 15

Johnson, Hon. Henry U., 11, 132

Joint Note of European Powers, 107

Jones, Augustine, 106

Kiao Chau, German Occupation, 16; Li Hung Chang's Opinion,

38; Proclamation of Admiral von Diederich, 47

Lancaster Era, 205

La Paix par le Droit, 37

Letter from Italy on Impending War with Spain, 106

Leeds, Josiah W., 116, 166

Liverpool Peace Society, 107

Logan, Walter S., 184

London Daily News, 24

London Echo, 133

London Peace Society, 156; Letter to Mohonk Conference, 179

London Times, 202

Love, Alfred H., Letter to the Queen Regent of Spain, 158

Maartens, Professor de, 37, 180

MacCracken, Rev. H. M., D. D., 181

Malcolm, Charles Howard, 180

Maine Court of Inquiry, Report of, Elitorial, 80

Max O’Rell on Feeling between French and English, 60

McCarthy, Justin, M. P., 131

McKinley, President William, 107, 109; Memorial from Citizens

of Colorado Springs to, 84

Merriam, George, 89

Merchant Ships should be Exempt from Capture in War, Con-

gressman Gillet, of Mass., 110

Militarism, Failure of, 168

Monatliche Friedens-Correspondenz, 236

Moneta, E. T., 106, 238

Mongolian Invasion, Editorial, 10

Moral Debauchery in Army Life, 227

Morning Star, 215

Mohonk Arbitration Conference, Editorial, 152; Platform of, 154

National Wheat Granaries in Great Britain, Objections to, 165

Natural Forces that Make for Peace, 213

Neutral Flag, 109

New England Magazine, 110, 239

New York Observer, 110

New York Sun, 101

New York Times, 114

New York Tribune, 106, 118

Nineteenth century, 253

North Armerican Review, 85

Oberlin College and Peace, Rev. D. L. Leonard, 254

Omdurman Atrocity, Editorial, 222

Our Dumb Animals, 205

Outlook, The, Editorial, 5

Passy, Frederic, 58

Patience, A Plea for, 185

Patriotism, 85; By Mary A. Haley, 237

Peabody, George Foster, 114

Peace Almanac, 37

Peace Among the Nations, 40

Peace Army and Navy, 118

Peace at Close of War of 1812, Dr. Wayland on, 60

Peace between England and America, 187

Peace Bureau, Annual Report of, 252

Peace Congress, 106; Postponed, 201

Peace Department of the W. C. T. U., Origin of, 142

Peaceful Settlement with Spain, Josiah Leeds, 116

Peace Meeting in Paris, 156

Peace Meetings at Turin, 256

Peace Movement, Advance of, 58

Peace Societies, observe 22d of February, 6C; Number of, 86

Peace Societies, The Purpose of, Editorial, 77

Peace Sunday, 16, 252

Peace, The Struggle for, Editorial, 81

Pennsylvania Peace Society Anniversary, 253

Permanent Tribunal, A, 184

Philadelphia Times, 132

Philippine Annexation, Ex-Senator Edmunds, 258

Porto Rico and Annexation, 178

President's Message and Action of Congress, Editorial, 103

Presidential Policy and Congressional Policy, 115

Problems Raised by the War, Hon. George S. Boutwell, 231

Progress Towards the Czar's Conference, Editorial, 221

Protocol, United States Commissioners Provided for in, 177

Red Cross, Appeal of American National, 129

Requiem, Ida Whipple Benham, 255

Return of Peace, Editorial, 173

Revue des Deux Mondes, 37

Right and Reason in the Peace Movement, 43

Roosevelt, Theodore, Characterization of, 205

Secretary of the Navy, Annual Report of, 250

Seligman, Prof. Edwin R. A., 181

Signs of Promise, 184

Significance of the Czar's Proposal, Editorial, 197

Schley Family, 205

Schurz, Carl, 88

Shall We or Not? George Merriam, 89

Song of the War Fiend, 138

Spanish Government sends message to President McKinley, 176

Spanish National Character, 179

Spanish Peace Commissioners, 226

Spanish War, 180

Spectator, 43

Stead, W. T., 61

Storey, Moorfield, Esq., 106, 112, 178

Strong, Rev. Josiah, 212

Struggle for Peace, Editorial, 81

Submarine Boats, The Argonaut, 14

Sumner's more Excellent Way, 239

System of Spies, 252

Suttner, Baroness von, 251

Take Down the Constitution, 263

Tchertkoff, Valdimer, on War, in The New Order, 107

Territorial Expansion, National Conference on, 177

The Little Old Lady in Black Dress, 45

The Logic of War, Katrina Trask, 84

The Message of the Czar, Mary C. Fry, 256

The New Republic, 254

The Peace Treaty, Editorial, 249

The President's Message, Editorial, 6

The Suffering Doukhobortsi. Editorial, 249

The Truce of God, Katherine Hanson, 159
The War Makers, Idn Whipple Benham, 159
Tolstoy's Belief on War, 107
Tolstoy Fund, 256
To Nicholas II, Katharine Hanson Austin, 256
Trask, Katrina, 94
Trueblood, B. É., 160

Undoing the Mischief of the Tower of Babel, 263

Unity of the World, Amory H. Bradford, D. D., 229

Universal Peace Union, 132; Annual Convention of, 179

Vast Ulcer, A, H. E. von Holst, 167

Venezuela Arbitration, 180, 252

Vengeance and Violence, Editorial, 126

Vital Principle in Arbitration, Herbert Welsh, 162

Voice, 227

Von Áolst, Prof. H. E., Ph.D., 63, 167

Vulgar, Common Place Empire, Editorial, 247

War and God, Editorial, 199

War and Imperialism, William Lloyd Garrison, 208

War and Militarism, 133

War and the Free Baptists, 215

War Department, Neglect on the Part of, 205

“War Echoes,” 227

War, Influence of, by an Army Chaplain, 110

Waring, Col. George E., Death of, 248

War in the Blood, Editorial, 104

War Invention, A Bloodthirsty, 157

War is Wrong, National Single Taxer, 167

War or Brotherhood, 71, 253

War with Spain, First Act of, 108, 156; Effects upon Manufactur-

ing, 157; Closing up of, 206

Welsh, Herbert, 162

Wheeler, Everett P., 186

White, Senator, 180

Willard, Frances E., Death of, Editorial, 58

Woman and War, Ernest Howard Crosby, 228

Woman's Journal, 203

Women's International Disarmament League, 205

Wood, Henry, 236

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Hon. ROBERT TREAT PAINE, 6 Joy St., Boston, Mass.

Thomas H. RUSSELL, 27 State St., Boston, Mass.

BENJ. F. TRUEBLOOD, LL.D., 3 Somerset St., Boston, Mass.

WILLIAM E, SHELDON, A.M., West Newton, Mass.

Senator John Sherman, Washington, D.C.
David S. Taber, New York, N. Y.
Pres. C. F. Thwing, D.D., Cleveland, Ohio.
Bishop Henry W. Warren, Denver, Col.
Frances E. Willard, Evanston, Ill.
Richard Wood, 1620 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Rev. John Worcester, Newtonville, Mass.

VICE-PRESIDENTS: Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. George T. Angell, 19 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. Rev. L. H. Angier, 188 W. Newton St., Boston, Mass. Edward Atkinson, Brookline, Mass. Joshua L. Baily, 1624 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Ida Whipple Benham, Mystic, Conn. Rev. Geo. D. Boardman, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Prof. Geo. N. Boardman, Pittsford, Vt. Hon. Charles C. Bonney, Chicago, Ill. Rev. Sidi H. Browne, Columbia, S. C. Hon. Felix R. Brunot, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hon. Thomas B. Bryan, Chicago, Ill. Hon. Wm. A. Butler, New York, N. Y. Hon. Samuel B. Capen, 38 Greenough Ave., Boston, Mass. Hon. Jonathan Chace, Providence, R. I. H. B. Chamberlain, Denver, Col. Rev. Frank G. Clark, Plymouth, N. H. Edward H. Clement, Brookline, Mass. Rev. Joseph S. Cogswell, Ashburnham, Mass. Rev. D. S. Coles, Wakefield, Mass. Joseph Cook, 28 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Geo. Cromwell, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H Mrs. Elizabeth Dow, Brookline, Mass. Rev. Howard C. Dunham, Winthrop, Mass. Hon. Dorman B. Eaton, New York, N. Y.. Rev. S. Hopkins Emery, D.D., Taunton, Mass. Everett O. Fisk, 4 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. B. 0. Flower, Brookline, Mass. Hon. John B. Foster, Bangor, Me. Thomas Gaffield, 54 Allen St., Boston, Mass. Philip C. Garrett, Philadelphia, Pa. Pres. Merrill E. Gates, LL.D., Amherst, Mass. Rev. Edw. Everett Hale,D.D., 39 Highland St., Roxbury, Mass. Hon. Thomas N. Hart, Boston, Mass. Hon. Rowland Hazard; Peacedale, R. I. John Hemmenway, St. Anthony Park, Minn. Hon. John W. Hoyt, Washington, D. C. Rev. W. G. Hubbard, Cleveland, Ohio. Hon. Sumner I. Kimball, Washington, D. C. Rev. Henry Lambert, West Newton, Mass. Bishop William Lawrence, Cambridge, Mass. Mary A. Livermore, Melrose, Mass. Rev. Philip S. Moxom, D.D., Springfield, Mass. Hon. Nathan Matthews, Jr., 456 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Hon. Amos Perry, Providence, R. I. L. H. Pillsbury, Derry, N. H. Hon. Wm. L. Putnam, Portland, Me. Thos. D. Robertson, Rockford, Ill. Charles T. Russell, Jr., Cambridge, Mass.

DIRECTORS : Hon. Robert Treat Paine, Benjamin F. Trueblood. LL. D..? Ex-Qurcio. Rev. J. H. Allen D.D., Cambridge, Mass. Nathaniel T. Allen, West Newton, Mass. Rev. C. G. Ames, D.D., Boston, Mass. Kannah J. Bailey, Winthrop Centre, Me. Rev. S: C. Bushnell, Arlington, Mass. Hezekiah Butterworth, 28 Worcester St., Boston, Mass. Rev. David H. Ela, D.D., Hudson, Mass. Rev. Scott F. Hershey, Ph.D., Munroe St., Boston, Mass. Julia Ward Howe, 241 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Augustine Jones, Providence, R. I. Rev. B. F. Leavitt, Melrose Highlands, Mass. Wm. A. Mowry, Ph.D., Hyde Park, Mass. B. Schlesinger, Brookline, Mass. Hon. Wm. E. Sheldon, A.M., West Newton, Mass. Rev. Charles B. Smith, West Medford, Mass. Rev. G. W. Stearns, Middleboro, Mass. Rev. Reuen Thomas, D.D., Brookline, Mass. Kate Gannett Wells, 45 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass Rev. A. E. Winship, 3 Somerset St., Boston, Mass.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Hon. Robert Treat Paine, ex-officio. Benjamin F. Trueblood, LL.D., ex-officio. B. Schlesinger, Brookline, Mass. Hon. Wm. E. Sheldon, A.M., West Newton, Mass. Rev. Charles B. Smith, West Medford, Mass. Wm. A. Mowry, Ph.D., Hyde Park, Mass. Rev. S F. Hershey, Ph.D., Munroe St., Boston, Mass.

HONORARY COUNSEL: Cephas Brainerd, New York, N. Y. Hon. William A. Butler, New York, N. Y. Hon. Dorman B. Eaton, New York, N. Y. Hon. George S. Hale, 10 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. Judge William L. Putnam, Portland, Me. Hon. Josiah Quincy, Boston, Mass.

behalf of the cause, shall be entitled to the privileges of regular members.



ART. VII. All contributors shall be entitled within the year to one-half the amount of their contributions in the publications of the Society.

ARTICLE I. This Society shall be designated the "AMERICAN PEACE SOCIETY."

ART. II. This Society, being founded on the principle that all war is contrary to the spirit of the gospel, shall have for its object to illustrate the inconsistency of war with Christianity, to show its baleful influence on all the great interests of mankind, and to devise means for insuring universal and permanent peace.

ART. VIII. The Officers of this Society shall be a President, Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, an Auditor and a Board of Directors, consisting of not less than twenty members of the Society, including the President, Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be ex-officio members of the Board. All Officers shall hold their offices until their successors are appointed, and the Board of Directors shall have power to fill vacancies in any office of the Society. There shall be an Executive Committee of seven, consisting of the President, Secretary and five Directors to be chosen by the Board, which Committee shall, subject to the Board of Directors, have the entire control of the executive and financial affairs of the Society. Meetings of the Board of Directors or of the Executive Committee may be called by the President the Secretary or two members of such body. The Society or the Board of Directors may invite persons of well known legal ability to act as Honorary Counsel.

ABT. III. Persons of every Christian denomination desirous of promoting peace on earth, and good-will towards men, may become members of this Society.

ART. IV. Every annual subscriber of two dollars shall be a member of this Society.

ART. IX. The Society shall hold an annual meeting at such time and place as the Board of Directors may appoint, to receive their own and the Treasurer's report, to choose officers, and transact such other business as may come before them.

ABT. V. The payment of twenty dollars at one time shall constitute any person a Life-member.

ART. VI. The chairman of each corresponding committee, the officers and delegates of every auxiliary contributing to the funds of this Society, and every minister of the gospel who preaches once a year on the subject of peace, and takes up a collection in

ART. X. The object of this Society shall never be changed; but the constitution may in other respects be altered, on recommendation of the Executive Committee, or of any ten members of the Society, by a vote of three-fourths of the members present at any regular meeting.

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