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Now that the captains and the kings
and the presidents and the ministers of
all civilization are setting out for the
rendezvous to determine what the terms
of the Great Peace shall be, it is perhaps
worth while to regale both the chronic
kicker and the ' ' Pity the Poor Prussian '
sentimentalist with what we Avould have
been in for if the Poor Prussian had his
feet on the mantlepiece and his ' ' shining
sword" cutting out the stipulations.
Happily, we have the German idea of a
"just peace" in full detail. It was
supplied by a leader of the Prussian
House of Lords, one Count Von Boon,
and appeared in all its glory on June
28th, 1918 less than five months ago
in the Berliner Tagellatt.: Translated
into language it reads:
a "just" peace
' ' We have the strength to win victory.
We do not have to be a party to an
agreement; we are able to dictate to
our beaten adversaries the following
' ' No armistice . The uninterrupted
continuation of the submarine warfare,
refusal of every offer of concilliation as
long as a single English soldier remains
on Belgian or French soil and we are not
masters of Paris or her gates. Our en
emies, who are counting on American
aid, are seeking only to gain time by
"2. Annexation by Germany of oc
cupied Belgian territory, the same to
enjoy an autonomous administration but
to be under German domination in mil
itary and economic affairs . Autonomy
in Flanders. Cession to Germany of the
Flemish and French coasts to and in
"3. Cession to Germany of the Briey
and Longwy Basins.
"4. Cession to Germany of the strong
holds, Belfort, Toul, and Verdun, and of
the land east of these cities.
' ' 5. Restoration to Germany of all her
colonies, including Kiao-chau.
"6. To insure the freedom of the seas,
England shall cede to Germany the naval
bases and coaling stations which the lat
ter shall designate. The British shall
evacuate Gibralter and restore it to
' ' 7. England shall deliver over all her
war fleet to Germany.
"8. She shall restore Egypt, includ
ing the Suez canal, to Turkey, as well as
the islands and territories which be-'
longed to Turkey.
"9. Immediate evacuation of the ter
ritories occupied by the Allies in Greece;
restoration of this kingdom with its
frontiers as they were before the war, as
well as of its legitimate king.
"10. Partition of Serbia and Monte
negro between Austria and Bulgaria as
the two powers shall agree .
"11. Payment of Germany's war
debts (180 billion marks) by America,
England and France. A special agree
ment will determine the apportionment
of this indemnity between the nations as
well as the quantities of materials which
they will be required to furnish us at
"12. The occupation of French and
Belgian territories must continue until
the enemy has fulfilled all the conditions
of the treaty of peace, the expenses of
this occupation to be borne by our ad
versaries . ' '
THE SHAME OF THE SEA
We regret very much that the Count's
comments upon the outcome of his ulti
matum that "England shall deliver all
her war fleet to Germany" have not
reached us at this printing.
There is another man whose comments
on the week's events will be sadly
missed. That is John Paul Jones of the
Bonhomme Bichard. John was one of
those strange creatures bred on the At
lantic, in whose very soul there lived the
traditions of the sea the traditions
made by Sir Bichard Grenville when he
went into the Spaniard with odds against
him 53 to 1 traditions that start a sea
fight with the flag nailed to the mast,
and forbid a captain to survive his ship.
We would admire to hear what he
would say, this son of Fredericksburg,
who sailed into the teeth of the navy of
Great Britain aboard of a fishing smack,
at the spectacle of ten great dread
naughts, six battle cruisers, fifty destroy
ers and a school of submarines, tamely
rolling out of harbor and pulling down
their ensigns while all the worm jeereu.
END OF THE YELLOW PERIL
If anybody believes this performance
to be anything but the yellow reverse of
the German shield, whose other side is the
black and red of murder and plunder,
let him try to imagine Stephen Decatur,
Lord Nelson, or even poor od Admiral
Cevera doing the same thing.
.."England shall deliver over all her
war fleet to Germany."
Did Von Boon in that very sentence
reveal his own character and that of his
countrymen? Did he judge others, as
usual, by himsef? For there isn't a
sailor on the seas, or a son of the Saxon
strain, but knows that England would
never surrender a dory as long as a spar
Throng: li Chlne Spectacle
Here are some comments on the Kaiser
from the pen of a Chinest student.
"The German Kaiser is not the Su
perior Man as deciphered by the Chinese
literature: he is surely a mean fellow
containing much fraudish cunning in his
deceited heart. The Superior Man is
shown in the merits of excellent heart
with much loving kindness to all peoples ;
the mean felow is displayed in the black
heart of the u.nregenerated devils of the
hell with much loving kindness only to
himself. In the history of China was a
Emperor who burn the books and slewel
the scholars to extinct the civilizations
of the peaceful inhabitants; but he was
not success in this crafty tricks, for the
civilizations could never be extincted by
such dishonourable barbarism means.
Now the German Kaiser he also aw
fully wishing to slave the people and
extinct the civilizations of the universe;
he also destroy the literature books, and
the arts, and the ships, and mess the peo
ple of Allies Naions. . . But he
will not be success." Manchester Guar
Tbe C. !, Peace Offensive
The Tobacco Exchange in Berlin is
giving quotations on beech, cherry, and
' ' The time has come, ' ' the Kaiser said
' To smoke up many things,
The verdant beech tree's luscious buds,
The hop vine 's twining rings . ' '
"Butnot for us," the Clown Prince
' ' That would be hard for kings . ' '
"O subjects dear," the Kaiser said,
"Shall we begin today,
And gently in the meerschaum's bowl
Pack cherry leaves away?
A little puff, a few good whiffs,
An odor rich like hay . ' '
"O people dear," the Clown Prince said,
"I deeply sympathize,
And thoughtfully I'll always smoke
Cigars of largest size,
So that tobacco clouds may still
To Deutschland nostrils rise" B.
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