Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Items of Interest
At a recent dinner in New York City before the Inter-Parliamentary Union, representing the Parliaments of the world, Professor John Bassett Moore, ex-Assistant Secretary of State, and now of Columbia University, took the advanced position that The Hague Conference must develop into a world government, embracing the three complete departments of legislative, judicial, and executive control. This implies that the Conference of The Hague shall be held at regular or stated periods and so become self-perpetuating, giving it permanent influence. Such a regular court or conference could appoint a commission to formulate the law of nations; devise means of punishing or restraining a nation that disobeys these laws or refuses to accept the decisions of the court relative to questions submitted to it, and draw a model treaty of arbitration.
Already the British House of Commons has made the proposal, supported by the House of Lords, that the question of the reduction or restriction of the armament of nations be referred to The Hague.
The Annual Meeting
William B. Johnson, William P. McKenzie, Willis F. Gross
San Francisco, Cal.
Thomas H. Lord
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A Contrast of Forty Years
S. P. Bancroft
The Appeal of a Great Occasion
Annie M. Knott
"Blest be the tie that binds"
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from H. Elizabeth Roberts, Victoria Murray, Robert E. Carey, Mary Tomlinson, S. Dunn, Achsah D. Osborn, R. F. Dockery, May D. Dockery, Violet J. Carpenter, Benj. H. Norton, Lucy E. Mann, William M. Goodwin
with contributions from Jacob S. Shield, Homer Cook, J. V. Parker, Mayor Randall
R. F. Horton
For eighteen long, weary years I suffered with what the...
Mary J. McClintick
Our eldest daughter was taken sick and our family doctor...
W. George Dunlop
I desire to make a public acknowledgment of the benefits...
George W. Maxfield
I have received much help, both spiritually and physically,...
Malinda K. Overman
Twice (with the hope of afterwards taking the regular...
From our Exchanges
with contributions from S. E. Keeble