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Washington, Nov, II, fair tonight
and Tuesday; continued cool tonight.
VOL. V. NO. 50
PRESIDENT READS ARMISTICE TERMS TO
CROWDER CANCELS ALL OUTSTANDING
REVOLUTIONISTS CONTROL ENTIRE GERMAN NATION
CEASE FIRING AT I
6 this morning
GCn Envoys Agreed .o I
Drastic Conditions Five '
inniN vnr mr
NEWS OF SIGNING
Glorious Allied Peace Dan us
on World as Teutons
COURIER WAS DELAYED
Lansing May Head U. S. Dele
gation to Sit at Peace
American Guns Fire
Final Shots of War
lly the Associated Press
With tin American Army on the
Sedan Kriuil, Nov. 11 Thousand-)
ot American luuvy guns find the
parting sliulH tu tin1 Ueimans t
cxactlj 11 o'clock this morning.
lly the Associated Press
Washington, Nov. 11.
The world war ended at G;
o'clock this morning, Washing-
ton time, with revolution m
Germany and with William
Hohcnzollern, former emperor,
a fugitive from his native land.
Announcement that the ar
mistice terms imposed by the
Allied and American Govern
ments had been signed by the
German envoys at midnight!
last night, 5 o'clock Paris time, j
and that hostilities WOUld Cease I
iv hours Inter was made at thc
State Department at
o'clock this morning.
Momentous News Announced
Thc momentous news of the
ending of the war was given
to newspaper correspondents
verbally by an official of the
State Department. He said :
The armistice has been
signed. It was signed at 5
o'clock a. m., Paris time, and
hostilities will cease at 11
o'clock this morning, Paris
Information that the armi -
stice had been signed was"1'
transmitted'to the White House '
immediately after it was re-
ceived by the Government.
No Facts of Signing
HMirti.rt .m vi infii-m-ilinn (id I
aiiv;iv: vvevo iiu iiiv4iiitvi.suii 11-3
to the circumstances under
which the armistice was sign
ed, but since the German cour
iers did not reach German mili
tary headquarters until ip
o'clock yesterday morning,
French time, it was gene'rally
assumed here that the German
envoys within the French lines
had been instructed by wireless
Forty-seven hours had been'",! ltal'un Ocfcruiir Crushed to Death IFhiln Heading Peace
required 'for the courier to! Bulletins When Cement Hailing of Fifth-floor
reach German headquarters, ' Balcony Gives Way
K , and unquestionably several
hours were necessary for the
examination of the terms and a
decision. It was regarded as
possible, however, that the de
cision might have been made at
Berlin and instructions trans
mitted from there by the new
Germany had been given un-
ClclUued en rim Hutern, l-slumn live
'gJIFKCPAnn 10CU rilll-IIIIKV from In
ftaVVl WBIWj ? ir jm"jwi.
Published Dills- Kjctrt Wundo.
Corjrlllit. 1018. by
tinnr mil rvni
"1LDU1 EAIXAL.13 1CR1W3
IMPOSED UPON GERMANS
m -w -- -f a, -m m .
tries Within fourteen Days
From. Signing Repatri
ation of Allies
President Proclaims Signing
of Armistice to People
lly the Associated Press
' Washington, Nov. 11.
President Wilson today issued the following
"My fellow countrymen The armistice was
siyned this morning. Everything for which America
fought has been accomplished. It will now be our
fortunate duty to assist by example, by sober, friendly
counsel and by material aid in the establishment of
just democracy throughout the world.
lly the Associated Press
The terms of the annlst.ee Mil. U-
many were icad to Congress bj. rril-
(Itllt wllBon ul i viock this afternoon
.Uiiinoled I" tho hall of the House,
vvlieir nineteen months ago Senatuis and
nepicsentalhes heard the 1'iesldent ask
for the declaration of ar. they today
heard him speak the winds which heiald
thc coming of peace.
President Wilson dtove to the Capitol
at is u ociociv iiuuus" """" -
with cheering people.
.Military Term it ArmUllte
The strictly niilltao tenns of the al-
... .- .-.-.- .I......t. Llt.inlullil.lll ir.l
mlstlce aie embracd In ctecu fpecll'-
tallos- "li,; lnclu,lc t,,c "cual,on "f
all Invaded territories, the withdrawal
of tic Uerman tioops from the left bank
...f the Ilhln. and .he sunender of all
hupplles of war. r
Tho terms ulwi piovlde foi the aban-
j0'",,tnl b5' Gc,,ni'"5'
of the tieatics of
Buchaieit and llrest-l.ltovsk.
The naval teuns provide fur tho sur
icnder of lt!0 submaiines, fifty destio)
ii.", sl battle ciulserf, ten battleships.
eight light ciulscis and other mlscella-
All Allied vessels In Jeiiuan hands
are to be turtendered and (Jerniany Is to
notify neutials that they are free to
I .. . . I. ' ...111. l... M.
T" - U0 ' u"tc """ "" fc '"
Kektllutluii for llelgliim ,
Among the financial terms Included
are restitution for damage done by the
Oilman armies; n-stltutlon ot the cash
taken fio.n the National Bank of Ilcl-
glum and a) .etuiuof gold taken from
Kussla and llumanla. !
The military te.ms Include the sui-'
imdtr.uf .5u00 guns, half field and half
light artillery; 30.000 machine guns,
iOOO lla.ne-throvv ers and 1000 all planes,
GIRL AND MAN KILLED
A T INQUIRER BUILDING
A maii and a sixteen- ear old girl, ' crashed to the sidewalk, as tei rilled cele
who wus leading tho peaco bulletins, I hrunta mattered Into the street, heedless
wee killed today by ,. eollapso of a , ' im'd3 io
balcony railing at the building of the nurds the two piostrate forms Allen was
Inquirer a morning newspaper. Market I 8tlll breathing, but the child had died
Mreet "near Kleventh. I instantly. Both were rushed to the
The girl, apparently an Italian, lias not Jiffeison Hospital,
been Identified. The man was Henry , -rhe overwrought nerves of severM
Allen, fifty years old. 1108 Cherry stieet. ome caUHMj tIiem to burBt nlo ,'
an Inquirer employe. Ho had leaiie.l ag lpy haw Uo cru,he(1 fo
oer the balcony railing to adjust a flag Members of the home defense ,e.
when the rail, of concrete, fell. The kmeH eltab,sIied a Faf et y ZOn tn front
batcony i? at the fifth floor. , ,. of the Inquirer. Tho crowds 2
vv lien me weigni vi ino man uouy
V , , ; ,. .
ilnwn nn I 111 lipuna nf near rlelirators
down on tho heads qf peace celebrators
who tluonsed SIniket street.
X second after tlie Bhower of comieto
! -....- -
lEuenmg Bubltt fefoger
P P and
bubicrlpllon 1'rkii in . Ttr by Mall
th Tublle Leditr Company,
The sunender of 5000 locomotives.
50.000 wagons. 10.000 motor !nrri. n,.
,.alttaJg of .Msace... , '
the Allies. aa sto.es of coal and Iron
also aie Included.
The Immediate leputrlalloii of all M.
lied .iml NterliMir prUonon., ulthout
ledprooal action thc Alllfy, as0 Is
.lllts to Mi. Id lllilnr rnlnjt
In connection with the evacuation of
.1... ,. .. .. . . .. . .
i"e icit oaiiK or ino llhlne t Is provided
that llie Allies shall hold the crossings
or the liver at Coblcntz. Cologne and
.Mujence. together with bildgeheads and
a thirty-kilometer lading.
I ticnnai. troops aie to ,u al
fioin any tenitory held by nussla, Tlu-
IiallU ., Tuikfy Mort ,h, wap
j ,he ea
, to the evacuated tenitory either through
Danzig or bj the P.lver Vlstual. The un
l 'conditional iapliiilatli.ii of all German
(foieis In Uast Afilca within one month
Ci'eimau tioops which have not' left
the Invaded tcriitoilcs, which siieclllcally
Includes Alsace-Loualnr, within foul..
teen da)s become prisoner of war.
The lepatrlallon within fourteen days
of the thousands of unfoitunate civilians
deponed fioni l-'rance and Belgium also
Kieedoiu of accchs to the Baltic Sea
vvllh power to occupy Geiman forts in
",e "" " anoincr provision. The
erma,,a also mu-t leveal location of
,n,n- l'la wells and lllj agencies
of """cll-' the Allied blockade
'" ,u 'e,naln ""W luting the per-
tod of armlstlie.
Areeptanre Leairi (irrilian; I'onrrlras
.,.,, ,ue p ..,gh Bpots uf
.iTi&'i'"""' AY" r.1,'.
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M!nnir IIia nnrlli sl.1 ,. sr.-i,-. .
rrs u-": afdetoUrno"ir
' A corner-s investigation will be made
,.., th. -..-n,. e an.n .i ii.J,.?ue
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Whan 7u llitnv f wrltlnt,
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PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918
Those Now En Route Con-,
sitlered as in the
FOR THOSE WAITING
Proost Marshal General Acts
on Instruction of
NAY NOT AFFECTED;
Secretary Daniels Sav
diatc Demobilization Is
lis the Associated Press
Waiililnjctoii, Nov. 11
11 older of Ptesldent Wilson. I'io
ost Marshal Ueneral Crowder todav di
rected tho cancellation of all outstanding
draft callK, stopping thc mowment dur
ing tho next llc day of Uu-.OOo men
and setting aside ull November calls for
more than 3u0,000 men.
A small number of men In Cistern
Slates began efitralnlna; at C a in. todaj
for cantonments under thc calls, and the
cancellation comes too late to arfect '
their status. They will be considered '
as In the army until demobllled Men,
not et entrained, whether speclully In.
ducted or assembled
lit- .......! .
b, geuer.il ca.i.
for whom the duy and hour of serko
has been bet by draft boards, will be
considered as honorably dlschargtd. and
Trl of CmiirlUtlon Order
The order sajs-
"fending developcnts In tin- situation
which has arisen because of thc fact
that Germany has signed an ai mist lee
providing Ccr the cessation of hostilities,
me iTcsiocni uirecis xnai an general their iiiilfoims, paraded. Soldiers,
and oluntary pec!al calls now on- nfium. luwycrs, merchants -oh, every
standing for the Induction and moblllza uodv Such a day!
ton of registrants of whatever color cr Ii'ioaih Chehtnut and Market streets
ph)slcal fiuallllcatlons for the army be erH the mu.tiuveled highways for
and the same nre hereby cancelled. I'end-; the!je ,1,1 lug. shouting, brlKht-faccd
lug further Institutions no mor. Indue- t,ousuds, who outrled bells and
lions shall be made i Into the -rni) r.r , , llllRH Ha blew ,. Iillri
entralnirienl permitted or "'iderta Ken ,d , J1,,,,,,. ,,.c Aml ymndH. A
under this call. Local boards fchall ,-' ' ' , ,. , "j, , olirht.If.
mediately recall all Induction oideis ""J '"' ,, 1.11,i1.H uai.. with Its old
rl,1the1unb.mder,rw;,c(i,r HTlZ'U Ubcrty
Into the aim) under such call. un mw uf ll( fuca, ))ollN fo,
Nhij and Marine orp .Nut Afllrd t)le ceiebrants. The Liberty Statue at
Calls for the navy and marine corps City Hull was another. liut nil
are not affected by the cancellation, and I through the clt). In all communities,
entralnments of men for these sei vices in all the suburbs, the revelry went on
will continue as ordered Draft boards ' In tho brifiht. mild sunshine of tills
will continue classification of iegls-1 greatest day of modern hlstor).
triints of September II. I The celebration had Its serious side.
Secretary Daniels announced that no The churches, many of them, were
Immediate steps ivould be taken toward thrown, open for thankful devotion,
demobilizing an) part of the naval And tunny thousands dropped to their
forces of the Cnltcd States knees for u prayer of grutltude.
. . .... . What u day! Tho wonder of It! The
Monl tenlraels to lie ( urUlkd B,0,.y of lt; XuWV to be forgotten.
About 70,000 members of the naval es- W
tabllshment, including the marines with The municipal parade, that with the
Uricrul Peishlng's aim), are now In Ihi-
Mr. Daniels said withurawal of the
marines would be In accord with the
army demobilization plans, aiming' that
In all pi tvlous wars where marines have
been employed they remained usually
Continued on I'afe 'thirteen, Column heten '
fhaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaK Jy Jb jjgPjifi
nmwr mmtwinc '
Mavor Leads Populace to
I ndependence Square
Tliou-andr- of Parades
on World's Greatest Dav
S T A T E ,
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v"" "" "
cially. but Already People
Had Made It One in Fact
Iiim one great, hip. rIoiIuiis lutuiy
That nan I'hlladclpliia tmla.
Tlicie was a parade itj mlnuto
eer. where. Tlu'j startnl with tit
dawn. Who kiiuwi when they lll
This wus declaieil an nlllcl.ll holiday
for the entire State, by Governor
Ilriimbaugh. Hut theiu wa no wait
ing for any nltlcl.il declaration. TIim
llrit factory whistle proclaiming peace
l" oc""l,lc'u u", u llt"lu-
1JuhlllK!'f silipcnded. The Stock
'"""Re- "as Idl.-. Storci. blp uiul
I little, closed tiieir Uiiois. Tlio mills
Built uuil, i lie MllWAtllll hioiilieii
- . ',(.-J, '
" " tm i''i4i t ii tuvii .JUlll."
hupp) thou.,iiids Into thc ctntir of tlu
Tlio municipal patade, in lanced by
! Mio or Smith, ami with the Mnyor at
'Its head, was ulllclall) the big event
of tho day: but this was only one of
many liundiul such demonstrations.
llveiybod) puruded. Ponderous gen.
tlemen from tho t'nlon I.eagiip
marched gaily. The C))ster Shell So
cial whs riptesentetl. Shop girls
marched. (Jill munition workers. In
Ma)or and thc city eiuplojes In line,
was the feature of the telebratlon at
i It looked as though all
had turned out to be along the Hue of
I match, which was from city ll.'ill to
j Chestnut sticct, past Independence Hall,
( onllnued on I'uce Tim, rohiinn I'onr
OF US FEEL
Knitted ScicwI-i'Ium Mntler it thr PoMoftlrt at l'bllatltlbhla, l'
Un4r the Act of March . 1870
''' HEADS TERMS
Of'' GI'JRMAXY'S SURRENDER
Continued, fiom Page 2 Column 0)
13 - Ev - jRtlon hy Germnn trooiis to begin nt onci an 1
n!l Ciimnu 5tiuttois, pilsoncis niul civilian na well nj mllitni'y
,i .its-. no n thc tej'itory ot Hussin (as itctined bcfoio 101 1)
l'l Oc nan tioops to cense nt once nil le'itunltloiiB ft'i .
s. izits anJ tin. other undtrtnklngs with n view to obtaining
Mippljt: intended for Geimauy In Kuuinnin nnd Russia (as de
fined on Auguit 1, 1014).
t5 Abandonment ot the ttcntles of Buchaiest anu llust
1. lovik und of the upnlemcutniy tientles.
-1G Th' Allies shall have ficc access to the terntoiics cvac
i ' V t! Ccimtuis on tluir eastern fiontior, cither tr.iougU
3 in. , or I . the Vistula, in order to convey supplies to tue
y 'i'iil itiuus ii there tenitolies or foi nny othei puipose.
TimEE CLAUSE CONCERNING EAST AFRICA
17 Unconditional capitulation of all Gcunan foices opeiatinp
in East Africa within one month.
FOUR GlvNERAL CLAUSES
lB-rHepntil.ition. without reclpiocity, within a maximum
period of one month, in accordance with detailed coudlt.i ns
hiienftcr to be fixed, of all civilians interned or depoitcd who
nitty be cltlMiis of otliitr allied or associated states, than these
mentioned, In clause tlnce, paragraph nineteen, with The lesev
vatiou tUjt nny future claims nnd demands of the Allies and
tho United States of Aineilca remain unaffected.
MAIOR EMFRY ARRIVFS FROM GERMAN PRISON
Nt'vV YORK, Nov. 11. Major llcniy C. Emery, iormily
liiotis-.ni of political economy at Yale Unlvcislty, who was ic-lon-oi
d in October rtfter eight months imprisonment In Gmnnny.
n.ts ni lived line nfter landing; at an Atlantic poll. Kajor
Ili.iiv iuj rapt in eel by the Germans In thc Aland Islinds
T.ly in Mutli, whilc on his way fiom 'Finland to Russia,
whete he had been sent by the Guaranty Title and Tniht Com
pany of this city tn conduct an economic survey.
YANKEE GUNS SMOTHER GERMANS' FINAL FIRE
"I : 'I t lit. AMERICAN AHI-TIES IN TRANCE, Nov. 11
iiCJo r. in.). Heavy nitillery filing continued through ttie
: -ht. It wr.s audible twenty-five miles in the lear of iho
A' if 'n linei The German guns letallnted, but wire fnlily
suinllrt'ictr by the Yankee file.
FRENCH PREMIER RECEIVES MARSHAL FOCH .
I'ARItf, Nov.-11, 11.50 a. m. Marshal Foch was lecelved
?y 1'jnaiir Cleuienceau at 10 o'clock this inoiulng.
niV AND FOOD BUREAU RECEIPTS JUMP '
rrsrigjnG. Nov. ll. The State Board of Elu tlnn '
fond imicau for the first ten mouths of 1918 have gone fJ10j.7Cl
over tin iigti'enate receipts in tlie wliok ot 1017. wVn t'-e In
come wa $373,150. The revenu for 1018 to November 1 U
given bv Cominlsloner James Foust ns vi o,15, Iiigcly du- "
tlit ucr ict e dented demand for licenses for the sale of olco
ma.!! i! n Unihig October 917,470 wns nceived fiom licmscs
and fines. Dmlng; the mouth there were 176 prosecutions la
S'A'IT. BOARD LIMITS SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION
ilAUlUSUURG, Nov. 11. Receipts of the State dairy ai '.
mii il lioiiie that plans for new construct ton uui
subiniitfl to the hoard, calling attention to the fact that when
u'li and building conditions become favoiablc caic
.cicih'd to see that no mistakes nie made in has.
. i in- lonstructioii. Standard plans have been issued for
iLiicts. In event that a district fails to comply, it is
--in si i-i'hool nppiopiiation tiom the State will be wlthlull
i I1 i-uljuent of Vublic instruction.
COV I'VWFNT rOMMAMMERS SmPS'OT? TWO LINES
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. The United States shlppln?
i.i I has commnudecied nil ships belonging to the Pacific TTfnll
' i i' -'iip Company nnd the United Fruit Line, It was learnid
. ' i't,itivrly haie today. These boats, now In tipnvrnclfb
mil Si uth American service, respectively, wlwll bo placpd in
tr.ic -Atlantic service Immediately for army use. The common
Jee'inp, vab made on lequest of General Goethals, It was saTu,
1 ND SUNDAY AND OVERTIME GOVERNMENT WORK
,'SJITNGTON, Iiov. 11. Orders were itsucu today to
c11 -.1 t all Sunday and overtime work in Goveiiinent con-
Ftniij r.,n , Government-owned or controlled plants and in
PRICE TWO CENTS
j GERMAN NATION
! JN REDS HANDS
,M States ami Four King
doms Dominated hy the
KAISKK KLKKS IiNTO
Willi lix-Criiwii Prince and
Large Parly Ho Takes
Mcfuge in Holland
Sflieideinaiin Makes An-
iKMiiiieinenl to Crowds in
Hoyulty Swept Out:
German People Rule
h the Associated I'rcss
I'.irls Nov. n. 4:l; , , The
-nuatlon in (.V.manv ,,,, , far
' t can be ascertained f,um news
"itIvIhb tlnuugl. SivltMrlaiid may
be summed up s follow.:
In 1'rus.i,, the .;nipero. , Rone
nnd a Soclallat Koveintncnt In an
undetermined, fotm u i power
In Itavnrln ud WurttemberB re
PuI.IIch have bieu proclaimed
Tin- tojal famllj f oide..burB
Hum Hid and ,, .evolution h re
A lepubllc lniu been tormid In
' I'lanl.Toit. Ilamtniii.-. ivmJ ' -','.
Aluihclm. Alx-Ia-Cliapellc an'd Kme.
rich, as well nn man) other cities,
me in the hands of the levolutlon
iiricn. Kiel, Willielnisliavin :IK tier
points aie in the power of revolu
tionist naval units
Tlie i evolution in Cennany has
triumi-hed over autociacy. Hevolu
lionuries now contiol.ull but twelve
.-mall .State. They dominate four
teen State, including four king
doms, wlio.se rulers either abdicated
or were dethroned.
The objict of the dominant factor
in the revolution is the establishment
of a Socialist lepublic. The people
and a constituent assembly, how
ever, will be left to decide what shall
be the form of the new government.
The e.-Kaier and ex-Crown
Prince have taken refuge in Holland.
lly the Associated Press
Copenhagen, Nov. 11.
The i evolution in Germany Is to
day, to all intents and purposes, an
The revolt has not yet spread
throughout the whole empiie, but
fourteen of the twenty-six states,
I including all the four kingdoms nnd
all other impotant states, are re
ported eecuiely in the hands of the
The twelve small states which ap-
paiently are not yet affected cannot
( hope, it is believed here, to stay the
j triumphal progress of the Socialists.
The kingdom of Wurtemberg has
been declined a tcpubltc and the
King has announced he will not
stand in the way of any movement
! demanded by a majority of the
j The fiee cities of Hamburg,
H re m en and Luebeck aie ruled by
King Fredeiick of Saxony has
I been dethroned, accoiding to an offl
i ciul telegram from Berlin,
I The Grund Duke of Oldenburg has
i been dcthioned und thc Grand Duke
' of Slecklcnburg-Schwerin has abdi
cated, according to dispatches from
The Hamburg Xachrichten, which
reports the abdication of the Grand
Hukc. says that a government for
I Mecklenburg has been formed by a
i Wo-kers' and Soldiers' Council.
, The Geiman Independent Social
, ists have proposed Dr. Karl Lieb-
C'tfiitliiurd on VKt Thirteen, Column Tw
OUR 1'l.ACK IN THE SUN
On ilih wondrous iicicj Jan
Hear the message tiite:
"Fair toultiht ami Tuesday)
Contlnuid coot tonloht.
M'fli'mcr Tuesday." lt'rMimjt-'r .p
77cc nre roW days or. the K&lssnA.
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plants prcducinu war supplies.
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