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GERMANY MUST BE ch mm.

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GERMANY MUST BE ch mm. BALFOUR'S REPLY I TO WILSON.  I ONLY HOPE OF DURABLE PEACE. The covering Note of the British Govern- ment to the Allied Reply to President Wil- son is now published. It is signed by Mr. Balfour as Foreign Secretary. This British Note shows that President Wilson's hope of a durable peace is not ??\- to be realised until European cc?ditions ar? changed. "We may hop? that the I Expulsion of Turkey from Europe ) will contribute as much to the caupe of peace as the restoration of AIsace-Loraine b France, of Italia Irredenta to Italy, or any of the other territorial changes indicated in the Allied Note." Such territorial changes will mitigate the European menace that is Germany. But there must be more. Belgium was not only a victim; it was an example "-a.n example of the powerlessness of the most sacred treaties to restrain armed aggression and A warning to neutrals of the fate that resistance would entail. A peace with Germany unconquered would represent the triumph of all the forces which make war certain end make it brutal. Only a victory for the Allies can remove or at least weaken the existing causes of iii- ternational unrest; and discredit the aggres- sive aims and uiisucru(pu!ous methods of the Central Powers with their own people and can make possible Some form of International sanction I behind iuternationallaw and treaty arrange- ments for preventing or limiting hostilities —a sanction "which would give pause to the hardiest aggressor." These are the three conditions of a dur- able peace. For them thAIli are fight- ing.

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!BRITISH TROOP' TRAIN WRECKED.

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