The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, September 12, 1918, Image 8

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es\ THE STANFORD WORLD (*ma* ce - rnt of be By Count Root Germany is entitled to the following terms because its strength, and until they are realized there should no armistice: Annexation of Belgium. Annexation of the en- tire Flanders coast, including Calais. Annexation of the Briey and Longwy basins and the Toul, Belfort and Verdun regions eastward. Restitution to Germany of all her Colonies, includ- ing Kiaochow. Great Britain must cede to Germany such naval bases and coaling stations as Germany designates. Great Britain must give Gibraltar to Spain, cede its war fleet to Germany, give Egypt and the Suez Canal to Turkey. Greece must be re-established under former King Constantine, with frontiers as before the war. Austria and Bulgaria will divide Serbia and Montenegro. Great Britain, France, and the United States must pay all of Germany's war costs, the indem- nity being a minimum of $45,000,000,000. They must also agree to deliver raw materials immediately. France and Belgium must remain occupied at their expense until these conditions are carried out. 11111 .esrs• CRA FTON- ST U 1D103 • •.:1; ' ‘...•• • How Are You Going To Answeg Germany's Peace Terms? 7 HE greatest advertisement for the Fourth Liberty Loan of the United States of America has been written by a Prussian. His name is Count Roon and he wrote it as a member of the Prussian House of Lords. It is printed above. Read it care- fully. Forty-five billion dollars or more indemnity! This, then, is the price the world must pay for a victorious German peace. This, then, is the footnote to the Kaiser's prayer, expressed in the coldest terms of plainest business. This is the meaning of war to the Prussian, as he proclaims his battles right- eous, prosecuted in self-defense. Oh, you men and women of Amer- ica, is there a dollar in all this land to -day so tightly held that it will not now come forth to answer the swaggering arrogance of the Hun? These days will tell, for as you place your name upon that subscription blank for Liberty Bonds you state the price your land, your liberty and democracy are worth to you today. Now how are you going to answer the \peace terms\ of the kaiser and his band of murdering 'buccaneers? BUY UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS OF THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN nt•NiairamiumminZirm This Space Contributed to Winning the War by 111Ca m i all Basin Trading Co., Galt Bros. Stanford Mercantile Co., Basin State Bank First National Bank • 0 1'

The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.), 12 Sept. 1918, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.