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Advocate of Peace



FOUNDED IN May, 1828

Titles appearing in italics refer to editorials.

Ingalls, Walter Renton, Wealth and The churches grapple the home racial prob-

Income of the American People, lem, 157-158
The acrumulating tragerlies of Ireland, 285


Church Peace Union, 441
dchierements on the ray, 3

Korff, Baron S. A., Russia's Foreign Civil war in China, 191-192
The agreement on Yap, 29-30

Relations During the Last Half ('olored troops, 244-245
Aircraft carriers, Limit upon, 25

Century, 160

Comparison of conference projects and re-
Allen, Stephen Haley, ('an its fundamental

McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham, sults, 49
immorality be eliminated from interna-

Steps in the Development of Ameri- The conduct of our foreign relations,
tional law? 63-68

can Democracy, 120

Charles E. Hughes, 252-256
Allied war debts, 330

Lauck, W'. Jett, and Claude S. Watts, The Conference at Genoa, 163-165; 182
Alsace and Lorraine, Past, present, and

The Industrial (ode, 280

189; 204
future of, 273-275

Marvin, F. S., edited by, The Evo. The ('onference closes, 49
America, The path of — Vice-President Cal-

lution of World Peace, 160

The Conference nears its end, 8
vin ('oolidge, 90-93

Miliukov, Paul N., Russia Today and Conference on the Limitation of Armament,
American Congressmen attend the Twen-

Tomorrow, 444

3, 8, 4:9-59; 84-86 ; 131-152; 408, 439
tieth Conference of the Interparliamen-

Nicolai, Dr. G. F., The Biology of

The work of the Washington Confer-
tary Union, Vienna, Arthur Deerin Call,

War, 80

ence, Theodore E. Burton, 348-319

Nock, Albert Jay, The Myth of a Conferences or Leagues, 5
American foreign policy looking up, 4

Guilty Nation, 200

The Congress of the Institute of Interna-
American Group, Interparliamentary Union,

Ralston, Jackson H., Democracy's tional Law, Dr. Hans Wehberg, 379-380
Nineteenth Annual Meeting, 104-110

International Law, 403

Closed, 328
Americanism, The menace of, 410-411

Reinsch, Paul S., An American Dip- ('onstitution and By-laws, 216-218
American l'eace Society, 2

lomat in China, 200

The Constitutional Régime in Greece,
Ninety-fourth Annual Report of the

Rowell. Newton W., The British Em. Joannes Gennadius, 238-260
Directors, 209

pire and World l'eace, 320

Coolidge, Calvin, The path of America, 90-
Report of the President, 210-211

Schaick, John van, The Little Corner 93
Report of the Secretary, 212-215

Never Conquered, 413

Costs of our army on the Rhine, 128
Report of the Treasurer., 215-216

Smith, Fred B., On the Train of the Cressen, Dr. W. P., "The Holy Alliance,“
Constitution and By-laws, 216-218

Peacemakers, 364

Addresses at banquet in honor of
Stowell. Ellery C., Intervention in

Ninety-fourth Annual Meeting, 219-

International Law, 80

Stuart, Graham II.. Latin America

The debt and reparation labyrinth, 310-312
The American Red Cross, Dr. Thomas E.

and the United States, 104

Debts, reparations and the average mall,
Green, 38.5-380

Sullivan, Mark, The Great Adventure

American School Citizenship League, 316

at Washington, 200

Debts : 330, 363
An "ad" allegoryl, 17-18

Tarbell, Ida M., Peacemakers, Blessed
An appeal to Christians for starving Rus-

and Otherwise, 320

The problem of allied debts, 234-236

Debts, reparations and the average

The Mexican
sia, Samuel McCrea ('avert, 37

Mind, 160

mian, 28:3-285: Foreign obligations
An idea from Australia, 300

to the C, S., 368
Arbitration in the Tacna-Arica dispute, 30.5

Tittoni, Tommaso. Modern Italy, 444

A defense of soviet Russia's budget, 112-114
us to the European hatred of Americans,

Turner, John Kenneth, Shall It Be

Again? 404

Diplomatic language, 116, 208
Australian l'eace Alliance, 306

Walsh, Edmund A., The History and

Disa manent impossible, 15-46

Disarmament, Select list of references on,
Austria :

Nature of International Relations,


The proposeil xolution of Austria's
difficultiex, 32!)

Williams. Talcott, Turkey-A World The Soviet Disarmament ('onference, 427-

Notes on the setting in Austria, 319-

I'roblem or Today, 120

Withington, Robert, In Occupied Bel- Discouragements at The Hague, 266-268

Donk, Dr. De Jonk Van Beek En---The new
The Austrian problem, Dr.

giul, 120

Schober, :71-377

Wright, Quincy, The ('ontrol of Ameri-

Swiss-German treaty of arbitration and
Austria, Col. 1. B. ('auses, 377-379

can Foreign Relations, 364

conciliation, 101-102
Year Book of the churches, 1921-

The duty of heart-searching by those who
19:22, 280

warred, Very Rev. W. R. Inge, 293-297
Brazil, 413

Balkan problems and their solution, Gordon

The bright spot in the Hague Conference,

Gordon-Smith, 14:3-146
The British election, 399, 401

Egypt. 117, 2:39
Before and after the British election, 430. The British Section, Before and after, 130- The enfeebled Genoa Conference, 110-111


Europe, 108
Beneficent results in Japan of the Wash- Budgets for land armament, 440

Europe's hesitant steps, 39-40
ington ('onference, Isamu Kawakami, 302- Burton, Theodore E., The work of the Wash-

The European illness, 367-368
ington ('onference, 348-319

Europe's poisonous remories, 369-370
Bergson, Professor, 208

Europeans fail to understand, 370-
A by-product of rar in Hellux, 411-412
1 bill of duties, 40

The blush of patriotism, 129

Can the United States help Europe?

The bonus still on deck, 39.5-398

Book Reviews :
Call, Arthur Deerin. American ('ongress-

As to the European hatreil of Ameri-
Behind the Morrors, 280
men attend the Twentieth Conference of

(nr. 32.5
Bradford, Gamaliel, American Por- the Interparliamentary l'nion, Vienna, The excitement of Irish peace, 37-39
traits, 240

British Year Book of International (an its fundamental immorality be elimi.

Lak, 1920-21, 1921-22, 100

nated from international law? Stephen
Bullard, Arthur, The A, B, ('s of Dis- Haley Allen. 0.5-68

Far East. 25-29, 59-6.3
almament and the l'acific I'rob- Can the l'nited states help Europe? 323-324

Signs and portents in the Far East,
lem, 120
I cause of the rorld unrest, 213-214

('oyle, Albert, Evidence on ('ondi. Causey, Col. W. B., Austria, 377-379

Japan and the Russian Fa East,
tions in Ireland, SO
Cavert. Samuel McCrea, An appeal to ('hris-

(resson, W. l'., The Holy Alliance, tians for starving Russia, 37

Fargniers, France, 196

The ('entral American Conference, 372 Fascisti, 102, 40:3
('rowell. Benedict, Ilow America Went

Address of Charles E. Hughes, 413- Teleral conrention, 1787, 83-84
to War, 80


Federal Council of Churches, 277
Davis, Malcolm W., In collaboration

Address of Senor Don Francisco Fifth International Conference of American
with a burglar, In the Clutch of

Sanchez Latour, Minister of Guate- States, Program of, 431-435
('ircumstance, 240

mala, 114

The Fifth Pan American Conference, 139
Depew. Chauncey I.. My Memories

Address of Senor Dr. Don Francisco The Finale at Geno, 233-234
of Eighty Years, 320

Martinez Suarez, El Salvador, 415 Finch, George A., The revision of the repa.
Die Weltbühne, +13

Address of Senor Dr. Don Alberto ration clauses of the Treaty of Versailles
Gubbins, J. II., The Making of Mod.

l'oles, llonduras, 41.7-417

and the cancellation of inter-allied in-
ern Japan, 414

Address of Senor Don Emiliano (ha- debtedness, 418-420
Gulick, Sidney L., The Christian

morro. Minister of Nicaragua, 417 Foreign policies in the Western Hemisphere,
Crusade for a Warless World, 364

Address of Senor Don Jose Andras 40:1-410
Ilartzler, J. S.. Mennonites in the

Coronado, Minister of Foreign Af Foreign policy. Our administration and, 430.
World War, 200)

fairs of ('osta Rica. +18

Hunt, Frazier, The Rising Temper of China :

Foundations of our faith. The. 123-124
the East, 280

President proclaims embargo on arms Four l'ower Pacific Treaty, 127
llunt. Theodore Whitefield,' Timely

to China, 111-112

France, Our critinism of. 0
Topics, 120

The mystery war in China, 166 Free to all members, 83-84
Hyde, Charles Chener. International

Civil war in China, 1.91-1.92

French debt, 7
Law (hietly as Interpreted and Ap-

Signs in Japan and China, 270-271 French insistance, 328
plied by the United States, 120 The ('hristian peace movement, 276

The fruition of good will, 127

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('an its fundamental immorality be Munitions :
Gandhi, 159

eliminated from international law?

Is the United States to blame? 287-
Geddes, What Sir Auckland, sees a head, 192-

Stephen Haley Allen, 65-68


The Congress of the Institute of In- The mystery war in China, 166
Genoa :

ternational Law, 379-380
The enfeebled Genoa conference, 110- International l'eace eventually, why



Dow? Theodore Stanfield, 261-262
The Genoa ('onference, 124-125 Interparliamentary Cnion, Nineteenth An- National Education Association, 316
The Genoa Conference and Britain's

nual Meeting of the American Group, 104- Naval question, 9, 50
part, David Lloyd-George, 131-137 110; 130-131

Naval vessels as hulks for salvage, 47-48
Lloyd-George and Poincaré on top, as

The Twentieth Conference of the In- Navies, Relative strength of, 276
Genoa nears, 152-154

terparliamentary Union, 205

Near East :
The conference at Genoa, 163-165, Ireland :

Some fallacies in respect to Near
169, 182-189
Irish Free State, 7;

Eastern affairs, 137-143
The finale at Genoa, 233-234
Excitement of Irish Peace, 37-39 ;

Seeking daylight in the Near East,
Gennadius, Johannes :

Ireland -and other troubles, 155-156 ;

The recent change of régime in
The accumulating tragedies of Ire-

The Year East's threatened disaster,
Greece, 334
land, 285;

Some fallacies in respect to

Ireland's blood path, 269

The Near East Conference at Lau-
Eastern affairs, 137-143, 196, 224- Is the l'nited States to blame? 287-288

sanne, 401-402

Is William Il punishable? Dr. Heinrici: The new Swiss-German treaty of arbitra-
The constitutional régime in Greece,
Kanner, 298-301

tion and conciliation, Dr. De Jonk Van
The Italian pientral, 289-290

Beek En Donk, 101-102
Gerniany :
li ought not to be ne essaiy, 241-245

Ninety-fourth Anniversary, the annual din.
The new Swiss-German treaty of arbi-

ner, 219-220
tration and conciliation, Dr. De


Notes on the setting in Austria, 349-353
Jonk Van Beek En Donk, 101

"No more war" movement. The war

Inside Germany, 271-272
Japan : 412

the, 313-31+
German property and the Underwood

Japanese peace organizations, 118
bill, 308-309

Increasing money

value of

What Germany has paid, 327

with Japan, 189-190
Goethe, In behalf of, 372

The signs in Japan and China, 270- O'Brien, Frank M., 268-269
The German moratorium, 428-430


O'Dare, David D., The open door, 262-266
Gordon-Smith, Gordon, 221-222

Japan and the Russian Far East, of importance to our donors, a Government
Balkan problems and their solution,


ruling, 326
Justice between individuals and

the be- Oil : Leral developments in the Mexican oil
The “Little Entente," its genesis and havior of states, Jackson H, Ralston, 147-

situation, 73-76
its aims, 170-173

One more Franco-German crisis passed, 237
The question of the Adriatic, 220-233

The open door, David D. O'Dare, 262-266
M. P. V. Mattheef and Mr. Gordon


other realities at our Christmastide, 407-
Gordon-Smith clash, 360-302

qorernment ruling of importane to our Kanner. Dr. Heinrich, Is William II pun- Our criticism of France, 6
donors, 326

ishable? 298-301
Governed world, A, 12. 82, 122, 162, 202, Kawakami,

Our administration and foreign policy, 436-
Isamu - Beneficent results in

%+2, 292, 322, 366, 400

Japan of the Washington ('onference, 302-
Moving toward governed world,

Our Treaty navy, ('apt. E. W. Scott, 180-

Leo l'asvolsky. 380-385

Kiao-Choir, 412
Grants of land by the l'nited States to our


soldiers of past wars, Lura E. Ileadie, 176-

La Follette. 200

Palestine for the Palestinians ? 24.5-246
Land armament budgets, 440
The recent change of régime in

Pan-American ('onference. The Fifth, 139
Lausanne : 407
Greece, Joannes Gennadius, 31-334

The l'an-Pacific ('onference, 276

Near East ('onference at Lausanne, Past, present, and future of Alsace and Lor-
4 by produnt of war in Hellas, 111-


raine, 273-273

The surprises at Lausanne, 426-427
Venizelist and Constantinist régimes League of Nations, 86-87 : 288-289

Pasvolsky, Leo, Moving toward a governed
in Greece, Constantine Melas, 178. League of Nations Association in Japan, 118 The path of America, 90-93, l'ice l’resident

world, 380-38.7

Lecturers' Conference on public opinion and
Gireen, Dr. Thomas E.. The American Red

Calvin ('oolidge
world peace. 102
Cross, 385-386

Peace Congress :
Legai developments in the Mexican oil situ-

The Pront-second International
ailon, 73-76
Light and more light from Jr. Llow.i-George Prace workin in wur times, 114-116

P'eqia funreus, 206-207, 391-394

and all others, 256
A legitimation serie to the counded sol-

l'ermanent (ourt of Internationai Justice,
Ilogue Conference, the right spot in, 204

41-1.5. 194, 288-28!

diers, 165-166
The Hague, Discouragements at, 266-269

The l'nited States and the Permanent
Leon, Maurice. Misstatements of Lord Lee
Ilaiti's appeal to Americans, Pierre Iludi-
regarding article by Commander (astex

('ourt of International Justice, 246-
court, 9.7-97

Ilaiti-Santo Domingo Independence Society, Lettor 50%, 799, 198-199, 239, 278-270, 318-
and French submarine policy. 9:3-9.5

The Permanent Court of Interna-
319, 411-42

tional Justice at work, 386-390
lleadle. Lura E.. Grants of land by the Limitation of ('ourts, Jackson II. Ralston,

Permanent Court of Arbitration, 329
United States to our soldiers of past wars, 97-101

Persisting Trickedness, The, 86-87
"The Loly Alliance," "'. P. Cresson, 373
The “Little Entente," its genesis and its

The plot thickens, 12.5-120
aims, Gordon Gordon-Smith, 170-1755

President proclaims embargo on arms to
Jr. Iloil's Serrire, 288-289

Lloyd George :
Iloughton, Alanson B..

(hina, 111-112
The Genoa Conference and Britain's

A prize editorial, 268-269
How it goes with the treaties, 102-104

A problem of Allied debts, 234-236
ludicouri, Dr. Pierre, 88

Part. 131-137
Lloyd George and Poincare

Processional for the peace year, 1921, Edna

Initi's appeal to Americans, 9.5-97


Logan Ilummel, 200
Ilughes, (harles E. :

as Genoa nears, 152-154
The conduct of our foreign relations,

Light and more light from vír. Lloyd. Program of the fifth international confer-

ence of American States, 134-135

George and all others, 286

Property rights in Russia, 2:36
ur. Hughes right, Jr. Undericood Lord Lee's injustice to France, 87-88

The proposed solution of Austria's difficulties,
ir ron, 287

The Ilughes - Ilolt correspondence


Publications of the American l'eace Society,
clears the air, 306-308

Ilummel, Edna Logan, Processional for the Mathieu. His Excellency Señor Don Beltran,
peace year, 1921, 260

Hyde, (Charles Cheney, 219-221
M. P. M. Vattheef and Mr. Gordon Gordon-

The Quakers' call to the churches, 394
Smith clash, 360-362

Question of the Adriatic, Gordon Gordon-
Melas, ('onstantine, Venizelist and ('onstan-

Smith, 220-2:53

tinist régimes in Greece, 178-180
In behalf of Goethe, 372
The menare of Americanism, 410-411

Mexico, 107:
Increasing money value of

peace with

The soul of Mexico, Dr. Guillermo A.
Japan, 189-190

Racial problem. The churches grapple the

Sherwell, 0.9-73
Inge. Very Rev. W. R., The duty of heart.

home, 157-158
Misstatements of Lord Lee regarding the
searching by those who warred, 295-297

Ralston, Jackson II.:
Inside Germany, 271-272
article by commander (aster and French

Superficiality of international law,
Institute of International Education. 158
submarine poliey, Manrice Leon, 93-95

Voore. John Bassett, 197
Intercollegiate cosmopolitan club, 130

The limitation of courts. 97-101
International Law :
Morris. George Maurice. "Selling" interna-

Justice between individuals and the
tional peace. 2.50-257
Superficiality of International Law, Joring towurd a governed world, Leo Pas-

behavior of states. 147-149
Jackson II. Ralston, 34-37

Mr. Ralston on Mr. Stowell's book,
volsky, 380-38.1


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