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I 1impEN-DING BREAK." I

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1impEN-DING BREAK." AMERICANS GET- TING NASTY. I 1- GERMANY "PLAYING WITH THEM." I COPENHAGEN, Thursday. The dissatisfaction over the German an- swer is growing here, and there is a some- what bitter i-e.alisatioii in. official quarters that Germany ilt attempting to play- with, this country The knowledge that the sub- marine Situation is likely to become more 1 critical m the immediate future. increases the anxiety of the President and his advisers to learn the position of the Allies. 1 was told to-day on the highest authority that the President's Note Nvas intended as a warning that America was left to face an impentiihg break In the relations with Germany, and theretol-e believed tnat she was entitled to know the belligerents' aims. It is also Ltted. that because Count Bernstorff reported the imminence of such > a break the German. Chancellor made his announcement regarding the peace proposals a fortnight before the time arranged for doing fo. He did this in the hope that the proposals would cause a revulsion of Ameri- can feeling towards Germany.â(London "Daily News'' correspondent). FRESH TERMS. ANOTHER WASHINGTON VERSION. RESTORATION OF BELGIUM I OONCEDEQ ? I XEW YORK, ThllT'daY, I Fhe \\oild'.s Washington correspondent h;ls good i??on for heHev'Ttg that President WiJ?-on knowp in a general way Gdma?y's pMce tcrmq. It is id that, approximately, these are;â The restoration of Belgium geographi- cally and economically, including payment I for all damage to persons and property. This Would carry m admission chat the Raid on Belgium was Illegal, i but also 1 cortention that it was abso- lutely -RA.itial oii t,roijnds of niilita,i necessity. The complete e\,a(,.uatioii )f Frai ce. The evacuation of Russia,n territory held by the Germans. It is understood that if antagonism proiv&s too great Germany would abandon her de- mand that independent kingdoms of Poland and Lithuania should bê set up. In return Germany in<31" that all her n.Mies shall re- tain what they possessed at the beginning of I' the war. and that the German coloni es shall be restored. Modified Terms. The "W<?r)d" points out that the?p tct'?f 'repr??t A muffin! in?j'?c.u.Hou of <)i?? originally r c I" f d b- r.,?fn!ajl in Washington (" aily h?pn'? ( OTJ'epc,n c!en?.) THE TWO VOICES. DIVERGENT YIEtfrS OF I GERMAN RESS. AMSTERDAM. Thur.dav. TM "Frankfurter Zeitung" "To the Entente Government* th^ con- clusion of a peace such as tllev wish and have announced as their aim since the be. ginning of the war would certainly not be undesirable, but they know weU that such a conclusion of pealce in the present condi- tion of the NVi r it. not to be attained The Dardanelles. TM Vossiscbe Zettung 'P:Yél ?haU ?ive in, far as we c&u. without en- dangering our future, but will reject afiy demand which jeopardises otlr prospects. We believe that the question of the.. Dardanelles' â¢rn be Sbhed satisfactorily for tfussi*, with- out continued fighting. Tliis merely de is iiiei, ] de, pen-is on Germaiiv. Austria, Turk* and Bulgaria, but it C., bL- achieved^"

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