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VOL. XIV, NO. 42
Tin, AS, OKLAHOMA. MONDAY. N VKM liKK I. l'.MS.
PRICE 5 CENTS
AUSTRIA SIGNS ARMISTICE WITH ITALY
FOOD "MIL WIN
OKLAHOMA'S OjlXATE.T lOiWSPAXEB. 0 U'.iUBD WIRB ASSOCIATE nils. 1
Military Lenders at Washing
ton Look Capitulation When
Terms Arc Submitted
AUSTRIA OPENS NEW WAY
With Defection of Ally Ger
mans Can Ke Attacked
On Another Front.
COUNCIL STILL DELIBERATES
Km -hanges Continue at Ver
sailles Wilson In Touch
With Colonel House.
WA.-IIINiSToN, ,,,v. 5.- Arm.!!,
t,. . i. nun which the Austrian h.ivu
: 'i are expected here to turn
ia.'i .i i ii mi- index lo those which the
m,.p ii, war council at Versailles is
pri ; .1 1'
tut i :.
:iK fur dcrniany. Coiisc-iln-,r
publication will carry
significance llmi otherwise
J" " .i K.nre Hie Austrian hjr-
Ii ii liicn discounted in ad
! the internal (lirit'i:r.itH)P.
il.ial monarchy and urn eol
i'f the .ustro-llungariau 1'oic-i
ii announcement tb.it the
i. ' hail been signed reached
r.r ilcrtarttncnt today, hi m.ik
.s known, officials gave no m
i of llu. terms impost'.!, nor
tle-re any explanation of why
Mm of hostilities had been de-
-1 hours or more utter the
MCt i il t,. going of the articles of sur
render. The generally accepted
view, l.owrver, seemed to be that it
was il -aired to have virtually all
Italian .'0.1 freed of enemy troops
before the Italian armies Were com
mitted t(. end their attack upon liie
routed Austrian forces.
Points Already Taken.
Military men hero said the terms
which '.lie huprcme war council h.fd
pre; r 1 would make it impos-ilhlc
for in" Austrians 10 renew hoHtili
tli'K, pr'ihabiy indtlditiK the disarm
ing ,.f the enemy troops and occupa
tion of str.iRctlc points aa well. Some
of tin s., namely, Trent and Trlea'0.
already h ive l.een occupied by Ital
ian ii nd allied forces.
Free movement of the allied
for. i s through Austria lo attack
Oeitniry from iho south, should the
a tr. .
ie war command derldn such
e necessary in the future, also
' ted to he stipulated. I'nof
reporm from Vienna today
al l the (I. rni.ins were preparlnu for
im h an attack by feverlshiy dipping
lrn.cl.es on nd fortifying the lCou
Biair in frontier.
Th" defee'inn of Auotrla leaves
Hi rt ..my striiped of its last ally and
mn: of the niillt ity men here, both
ill 1 .n d American, believe that
her i tii.rilation will follow soon af
ter t ( e terms from Versailles are
oinii il Ivwliuiige Views.
Km h it. Ci s of views between Col.
r. .M lliusn, special representative
' !"e America n Kovertuncnt In
Frar: . , and the allied premiers con
tiiiu. i i,.. lay at Colonel House's
home in 'a:-is, and apparently the
Ker.oi:i teinos for (lermanv are not
oly for submission to the al
i i'liury leaders for rotisidrra
ith reKiitd to their military
ties. Colonel House Is keep-ie-.ient
Wilson constantly al-
is . tiroci-es of events,
it Importance Is attached here
dulse followed by the allied
merman governments in tie
: p.aee settlements with Aus
l i'l-'y ami I'.ulKaria until fier-
shall surrender or be
,tO B. ,1
This policy Is counted tip
etit any eleventh hour nt
the part of the Ccrmans
'ils of discord ainoni; the
May lllUilo Crrninfl.
"w of the general situation,
i-hini: Kranco-Auierican 'ic
"i'h and west of Verdun are
1 as sicnlficant. I'nless an
' interrupts, it Is believed
1st will be pressed h..nie re
to cut the flerman front in
' N'l I S f Ki I IN I'Alirl SIX
CHANDLER'S RE-ELECTION MEANS OKLAHOMA WILL BE REPRESENTED WITH MAJORITY
IN NEXT CONGRESS REPUBLICANS WILL CONTROL THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
There no longer remains the
Mli;bicst doubt that the next sm-Kf'-s
will contain a substantial re
This fact Is proved by a thor
""k'b canvass by ilie national re
publican managers; anil this fact
Is iiiliniiied by the national dem
The ilcmfMTats enve up more
"tail two Ui'iL. ii, -O Lllixtini. full
llial there was no hone for
rcinrn of n democratic ma-
1 : and that is, the Vcuson why
errs, hut WHS,,,, wu appealed lo
o N'lid.oui his now historic siule
The ilcniocratlo 'mcres
"ti"l nm misers tobl Ihe proslilent
il that thev xvere la-ntc".
tut that vvas up to him to fore
""ll a rcpuhlicnn lanilsllilc, and he
"pui'soid, a,,d for the first ilme
'" the bisioiy f Mils republic, ibe
rpresid, iVO( partlsansblp lose
'"'' 'luiiily of the offb-e of chii'f
HI Ii,. f ,). nun,,,,,
lb,, him lioii-i' nf rcprcscnta
"'' being if publican, ihe llrst
"""tres. tonal district xvonld make
mislay, ( .,,,1 deniocrat to
'"tigress. P cuid not (tot on a
"Jiuiiuiec 0f uuy luijyortauiv, und
Allies Take 100,000 Austrians;
Yanks and French Smash Line
T'&. OkU . Not S Minimum.
7(. ttiin tiutini. , KuutU wni'Li and
OKLAHOMA-- Monday psrtlj rlomly,
h Jinni r Tiii-si! v '-hmiiI)
LOUISIANA - Monday fair. rtio.lT
t ifiiiperaiur , '1 ueaJay partly r:ouil,
A UK A i S A S MruiaT fair, nomwhat
.rni-r ; 'I lay i n'TriiM n ( rNnnl lurst
Y AST TKWri Mot). lav an1 T'Iimiv
parliy rWiuiiv Ut rlontly ; Mirnt'whttt
wartr.T in north portion Monday.
V KftT '. KXAS Monday ptrCy
rv id;. . wr,rn-r in north pur lion; 'I 'tc
tUy tfr.rr;t!. v ftfV.
i;N'-" I i,r at-.,) warmer Mnn-lav.
Tlil-s lay I. rt ;(l,ty tltiSelt I'd wit U nit ti
tfitipcritjr,. fulluwt'il ,y ruuUr ly mu'ht.
. AT THE TEACE TABLE. '
U t.o fL;,.. m: in i ... ladle then, whn thr
. t."-iis of f" U' i' re lliaile
I Tl.e wi'iwl iii.'Ti ! :!;(. treulilil Urals ia
I hr.r I ; 1 f. ill Ijrum.ln I
i V. the v 1.1'Ail ';.;. r ,11 mjiiHU ktate t
1 bl't-nK Pir i-..-li Iii rui.
! But ih!I umk f. r Pi. iinitpn iltJ
Ihftl stma come to the council p.srel
. Thonirli y.rn pei. thm ret ar.il you hrtr tlv-m
net th.-, !:' sit t i1 :4li. to.i: '
Thy si.ai 'tire'ii: il"- rm. i w le r.- 0i .ert
I i nijt-1- itn, kfiMW Mlol it m im lie.
I Tin ii.r..ii nl ii Ml frn-,, i! i . , u rike lo
I F'ulid HI ll.-1 i ise nun i. M !e
And nvi-r lim hiieai.l.T 11 Is..- ufc!l lool a
I Lkjv liilil lltry crui'lfle.i.
I Yon niav euitrd th d.sir of thfit rotmfil
lil Mitli l.urrieri. itrer. sloul
! Itilt in- unci iii.le'i-teri s'.!t .-nor ttiw.
a. l i-.r lou'.l hut llif.ni n-it.
i And (lie n.;ir. ihiit 111,1 in tin. opn bout,
! m:,i ti'i,J ' ''' t n s iffrr.-'l w-or.
j tTiail sit nt ti!'it. i.ie'n ii.jrti u mailt
by the roJe oi a n:4rt.rrl purhf.
i You niav t-f tlirtni tot. ieit tr'fy'H a!1 be
thcri'; uitfn tliry t-pi'iil. yon uiay fall
Yoa ma llimk that yoii'rn malinr your
paclK aiut.c. but ttiir spiriti will bovw
i And wtiMATpr th lern of praf yon mw
i with the tyrant n-rioA hamiK ar rM.
' You miint please not only itif hvinf btrt,
J bit mum sli-f- e'ir il.arl.
l'. pyruhl HI. b; ii,:r A. liurst )
I Hohenzollcrn Trunks
Are Fast Arriving
at German Chateau
By Th Arisnciateil I'ren.
(.liMAA, ,ut. It. Doea of
trunks ItoarlHi; the. roynl ilolien
ollcrti inotiorain l,no fceii ar
rlvlnic In the past wc U at I'H- lin
iirlniis clmtcuu named "l.ncnas,"
nn the lake of Nug. The chateau,
which Is fl.vlni; the l.crman flas,
is (lie nK'rly of Itamn von Klclst,
lUill Men to Voto.
Yx'ASHI.NtlTO.N', Nov. S. lUilroa,)
employes must be (riven every possi
ble opportunity to vote nt elections
next Tuesday without interference
with the necessary operations, said
Instructions Issued today by I'irector
General McAdoo to railway mana
gers. Voters Registered
In 1916 Entitled
to Vote liy Transfer
The World has been request ed
to say ill answer to many inquiries
that anyone who was registered In
Oklahoma In lit It! and has since
moved from the precinct in which
they registered to some other pre
cinct within the same county and
lias resided therein thirty days is
entitled to a transfer on Ihe day of
election. I.eital voters who were
nick riuriiiR the reijent reRistration
period or were unable to find ttie
reufstrar in their precincts, or were
out of the fouiity, or where the
registrar ha, I no blanks, durlnc
the.reKistration period, are entitled
to have their votes sworn In on
e'ei l.on dav. Voters who wish to
cast a straight party t'.cket can do
so by makme a cross in the circle
under the emblem at the head of
the party ticket th"y desire to vote.
Voters who cast a mixed ticket
must make a cross in the Kipiare
to the feft of the Individual names
of the candidates they desire to
would ls of no use wliatexer to
this district: while, on the other
band. Hell Chandler, baxlnir had
two .xrars' expcrlcius', would at
tain added Influence by Ihe fact
that he was a second termer and
of the same political faith as tho
The l ulled Stales IS republican,
and has Is'en for fifty years the
bis nuijorltlcs nre on the republi
can side, and when that party has
boon uiiiicil it lias nexer known
defeat. Six years liKo, the repub
licans were split asunder, and Wil
son ami an astounding democratic
Miajorltv went Into power. Two
years litter, the party still split.
redused the ilemoeratic majority,
but did not tsintrol. Two years
ago, the republican party slill split,
tx ltd many hull moose candidates
In the field, and xxllh the prc-l-ilciil's
campaign biiin, "He kept
us out of xxar." manv republican
districts sent ilcnioerais to con
gross, but at thai the democratic
majority was ii one out of that
body of members nitmls-iing MY .
This year finds the republican
party reunited stronger than ever,
xxltli Tft uuil ltoo.snclt slk-mm;
Kout of Foe Unbailed;
Trent and Trieste
HUNS IN FULL RETREAT
Disaster Threatens Ger
mans With Giving
Way of Front.
ARMY ON WAY FROM FRANCE
New Victories Imperil
Hold of Teutons;
' ROMF,, Nov. 3.-Italian anl
allied forces in their drive in
northern Italy have captured
100,000 Austro - Hungarians,
the Italian war office announ-
iceu louay. ;iore man j.joo
i x .1 At a n.n i i
puns nave been taken.
The Uali.ms, ,!1Ve r.-mttired !
Trent, one of Austria's chief
fortified towns in the Tyrol,
according to the war office
Italian forces have landed
at Trieste and the Italian tri
color is flying from the cas
tle and from the tower of San
Giusto. Italian cavalry has
entered Udine. .Trieste is the
principal seaport of Austro
Hungary on the Adriatic.
PARIS, Nov. 3. The Ar
gonne region has been cleared
of the enemy by the French
and American forces, the war
office announces tonight' two office. (,f his staff werr. also
'taken Into custody. The plot failed
Numerous villages and im-! when the Huro:ai ans refused t obey
. . ... ICtncral I kostranek' orders and
poriani, positions Were Cap-:
t.i itvtws m.Titi:.T
MAKSH.H, IIAMJ SAYS. !
I.i'MX'N', Nov. 3-The'Cermans
aie retientinic to the east and south
east of Valenciennes, Field Marsh!!
lime reports from headquarter to
night. The british are following Uio
enemy up and laklnir prisoners.
AMKHU AXS CiO
TO Mil-Ill OI-' L"2 MILK'S.
WITH THF AMKIIH'AN Fi Hit 'F.H '
NUUTIIW FST ' iF KI'.lil'N. Satur-i
day. Nov. 2.-- There Is a possibility
that ihe Herman retirement west of I
the Meuse may cany the enern;' ;
back so far tint the whole Herman
line east of liethe will be endan-
geie.l The Americans advanced to.'
day to an averatt" depth of about
two and a h ilf mites mi'r a It-nuie
I IM N It Tki: f
i.inm imisom:i;s. .
FAHIS, Nov. 3. French troops
continue to m.ikr progress on the
river Aisne front. In the course of
last night, thi! war office announces,
the French captured the villages of
Ctvrv and l..i 'ro.x a Mois Four
teenaddi'i oil funs and ! prison
I'DM'IM Kit (IN l'At.K M.v
the same stories In print, ami with
a united party standing solidly be
hind the war.
The domismts had nothing to
brag about In electing President
Wilson It was purely no-plent,
and after the xxhole camutlgii Is
stripped of Its fnlse colors, regard
less of the misnomer, "Me kept us
oiii or xxar." Ihe one innl single
fad upon which can oe ha soil the
clceiioii of WiMiilmw Wilson, was
Ibe refusal of undulate Hughes lo
shake bands xxiili Hiram Johnson
in California. .Mori- than twenty
ilcniisrallo tsiiigrcssiiien were
elected to the pn-sent boiiH- of
representatives from normal re
publican dlsluji'ts on the "He kept
us out of war" program. Hun
dreds of thousands of women
throughout states where they haxe
equal suffrage xote( for Wilson
and dcmis rnt snmressona candi
dates Is'ciiuse they xxcre opposed
lo "ending their sons to war thev
rollowctl the president's slogan.
IM-Iiolng that he would keep us
out of war: hut after the (.ertoans
bail xlxiscctcil the "loo proud
lo fight" attitude of our chief ex
ccutlxe thej had no uostar'y In
CHANDLER GETS HIGH
POST FOR TULSA MAN
'it .lollix ppolnl)'il pv ollsul lo
.Mexico IIiioiiuIi ICccoiiiiin nj.iilon
of llls llis'rli l 4 noun rv-iiiiili.
.1 i :
W a.'.hiiiit: ii
ll Ifll e
.1 UlleS. I'.'I'I
Hie Mate de
ii of Lis npp.
of l n.;. d Siati
I'l-I I tf 'l
olio l.il no
H Itf ciio
sul to Mix
on the I'icifii'
stsle l.f S.lialo;
II" Will be Mat limed j
coast at M ait la u, :
i. He is m l k HiK i' 1
I'MVl' Sii'tll l"l' ills
post of duty
The tippotiitmi nt of .Mi
this I esp. oisi liltx position IS Ihe le
suif ftf ills i e.cooi lit. oida l ion by t'oli
Ki t solium 'I'. A. i Ite i t t Cllaiullei .
whi'se I n it ii i in'.- for Urn Tulsa man
litiCiL-hi about ins appointment.
I'lilil recently Mr. Jones has it
eiiipoloyed by the Atlantic ' I'etro
leuin i in poi.iiiou of this city timl Is
one of the xg'it.irest mt'if ever lo be
named lo srx hic.li a pica to repre.
sent tin- i ololnelt'lal llllelesls of Ihe
l intetl Htatt s This is the flisl iii4
reel consular iippoiutment .to come
to Oklahoma, ami il Is a source of
pride to Tills i to h u e received the.
honor. Air. Jones ! s into 01 f
the i icii. si milium il...:ii'ts of Mex-
.Mts Jniiiii mil i em. nn in Tuis.t
BERLIN PAPER CONFIRMS
REQUEST FOR ABDICTATIDN
Z1UICII. Switzerland. Nov. 3
The Herman propaganda, service
cites the Vorwacils nf I'.eilni as con
firming tlx' report that I'lilllpp
Si tui' idem. in. Ihe socialist leader In
the leiilistaK and Member without
portfolio In the Ceriiian cabinet, had
addressed to I'riiw'u M . xlnitl la 11 of
Itadt'ii, the rhtpcrial chancellor, a
memorandum on Iho necessity of the
retirement of limperor W illiam. The
step was taken, it Is added, after an
agreement had been reached by the
leaders of tho relchstag parties.
COMMANDER AT PRAGUE
IS ARRESTED BY CZECHS
AMSTF. KDAM. Saturday: Nov. 2
ffftieral ikcptrimck. In command nt
rraitue, has been arrested by the
Cf.erho-Slovak national council for
attempting, with the anslstanoe of
I Hunger:, in troops. In carry out a
I conn d'etat attains! Ihe council.
fraternized with the Czechs
Itrlllsli Ciisualtb's iiiioiiiks il.
I.ONMON. Nov :t 'Ibe llrltlsh
ensualtles ilurliic the month of Oc
tober total lfiR.tij.'i officers and men.
Oscar and E. B. Howard Were
Registered in 'Tulsa in 1916
In a story published on the front pace tt The W'orbl Saturday
morning the statement was made that neither 11 It. Howard, demo
cratic candidal" for coiiuress. nor his broth" r, iscar Howard, were
ba'al voters of Tulsa county anil that they had not legistereil or voted
since I'JII. The repist i at n.n books show that both wile reglstwreil
In lKlil from Oscar Howard's old home on South lloubler and under
tho state elect nn law are entllled to a transfer lo any other precinct
III the city In which either resided for the past, thirty days.
'Ihe World is Ml. el to make this iorrerii.01 in Justice both to itself
ami the How. mis li e W'orbl is infoimed that the story was further
bis.'d upon the rumor lli.it new rettislr.ii hoi cei tific.it.s were Issued
to Oscar and F. I'.. Howard after the i I of the registration books.
The W orld is pt rfeijly willing to accept the statement of Oscar
Howard that If any Mich tliln- v. as dotic ll wan douu without bis
knowledge and consent.
The World is supporting the candidacy ,,f prt Chandler for Con
gress, but it has nut lung Juit the highest pcisoual regard and esteem
for Oscar ami K. It. Howard aiol regrets sincerely that it should be
made th,- medium for an ui.jusf and undeserved reflection upon their
character ami integrity. The World do.-s not believe in wltirilro; i lec
tions in that manner and this whole affair is due solely o the toi l-,
ealoustiess of la:-ty and inaicur.1t" Ins. esi icators who .lumped at con
clusions not hoi lie out by the let ord.s, or justified bv the farts in tho
sinking the ,usianiu. ami xxe xvcro
plunged into the xvorbl's holacaust.
'ihe republican party has ucxer
known detent when united; and
never since Hie oiul war lias the
parly la-fn united Into a solid
plialuux as today. Ami not only
1 1 io t ' I mi I the president's ain-al has
pot every republican iimiu his. toes
lo fight for success a-, a resent
ment i f the resident shooing par
I'l'i siili'iii W ilson, ili-moi rai,
carried Kansas by u larc ina
jorily, Issmiis. the people of ilmt
stale looked imjkui biro as a patriot
first and a partisan sts-oiul. At the
sainc lime president Wilson car
ried the state Arthur Cnpsr, re
publican, xwts elccieil goxenir of
the stale by a majority of morn
than so Olio. That year fltc ilcm
ocrais were cbs-led lo congress In
republican districts. This your
every one of ilie five will be tie
fcalcd. anil live n pulilh an, re.
Illinois sent s dciiits ruts In re
publican di-tili Is. nmi wild a ii'
iiniieil i ipu 1 1 1 Ii .i ii party "up on lis
tiss'' litis year, at least four re
publicans will supplant four tlein-tMrals,
PREDICTS G. 0. P. IS
TO CONTROL HOUSE
Ni Vol. Ileml.l ITi'illcli It.-puldl-
s ill In In ) .iiik-ii'ssl..ii.il
milt -,ls n l iii sila) I l,s lion.
BUT SENATE DEMOCRATIC
In ibe lent I timelier Is I 'li-i lcd,
I ban nialislil)) v hull. in I'lim.
mil ! Ui.nl. I lie l.holl Mini.
M W HK. Nov. II Mill II
Mni'. i hall man nf llu- is'iniblli-an
HtMloiial coniiiillli'4', IiiiiIkIii Issued
Ibe f illtmiii- slalciiicnl li't'iirilloi;
l iii sila t lci lions;
I he liilcsi reports from all
oxer Hie ismniry iiuikp It ccilalii
thai th,. icpnbllcaiiH x III -nrr
I'oih s, nate mill the lioiihc."
i "l" ' to '1 he W.iri.l
I M d t Ii K . Nov ,1 - Aceoi'dlllK
; I" th. final pie election fore, ast of
the . Votl, Helahl I I mle pen 1 1 e nt I
I b'Mii'd ..t.i. ihe i e pu III lea ns are
IcciMlli t.i i tiillol ttie next house of
j represeniatu i s The Herald Ivh
the republicans 21! seals and the
ili'ino, i .it. i -n!i reals In the next eon
, is'i'i " s 'I nn huiolretl and eighteen
' will ...nli, I
From the tenor of the Herald's
foiii'i-d, 1'ii'Mtlent Wilson's appeal
for the e!e,t(i,n of only democnils
has ie i. ti', against bis party anil has
sti cncl heip .1 the eause of the repub
licans who ale confident of carryliiK
I "th house and si unto . A cciu .1 i OK to
the Herald the democrats will have a
iiarniw martini of four In the next
i' It"' Which. boW.'Ver. lllllV be wiped
out l.v a I pnitlii mi landslide. The
defeat of Senator I.ewls in Illinois
and Itenry Fold in Michli;an Is In
dicated In Nebraska where Henator Mor
ris. epiiblii-an. Is opposed iy former
(.oveiiior Moor. head, both republi
cans and democrats are professinK
confidence (lf victory. Private ad-
. es. however, favor Norrls. who
stood with rresldent Wilson In bis
recent fitrht In the senate lif behalf
of woman' suffrage, whereas Hena
tor Hlti'licock, iletnocrat. opposed
t he president.
The Herald's forecast follows:
"The next eontrress. lis fore
shadowed .y the reports from every
state and fonarcsainnal district, will
stand ss roolows:
mocrats, ,n; repiibll-
"House Ieniocrats, ;oi1; republi
"In the eleventh hour telctrrsmr
that have reached the Herald from
all over the nation, It Is made clear
that Iho appeal of rresldent Wilson
for the election of a democrat In sen
ate end house, merely upon the
tirouiid that It will help him in carry.
Intr out his war and peace program,
wiih tho sui.'K'stion that a repub
lican rongress would Interfere with
with a proper settlement wth Oer
many and reconstruction after the
war. Is everywhere Ihe chief topic
"The principal rffecf of the pt;ee.
dent's nn neal bus tieen To mntio thfr
(ilVI'IM tip OS I'V'K MX
Out of Ihe 1'.' congressmen front
the state of Ohio, the split in the
republican wirty two years ugn.
sent l;l democrats t, (singrcss. A
miolied parly this year will, with
out exaggeration, send back 10
rcpiihllciin where democrats now
stive. Vol t'li'ii the most sans-ill no
ib Hi's ral xmiOIiI place the greot
stale or ottlo In the tlciins rutlc
coloiun wiih a nulled republican
party, and liie results are InuiiiiI
io shoxx lion not more than three
democrats will Is in isingress front
Hie llin kcye state after tho foil nil
day of next March.
T here are scxen democratic con
gressmen from Pennsylvania all
the rosiili of a dlxhled republican
lattty and "He kept us nut of war"
platform. This year the republi
cans will hold their strength soil
ad, I three republicans. In tltisj
state three democrats now in (sin
grcss xxcre Indorsed by republicans
liniitnliatclya follow log Ihe prcsl
tb'ni's slatciiu ni thai "Politics Is
ml piurnei1," ihe republicans not
lx llcvltig (hat he would chunge Ills
Of the 13 csingressmen from
New ork, ftJ of tliciu urc deino-
(iennany's Lust Ally in War Gets Out By
Accepting 'I crnis Laid Down
ISv (jcncral Din..
TERMS WILL BE PUBLISHED TUESDAY
Official Announcement Made in Paris and
Vienna; Hostilities Will Cease at Three
o'Clock on Monday Afternoon.
I PARIS, Nov. r?. (15y The Associated Press.) G:50 P. M.
j Official announcement was made this evening that an arm
jistice has been signed with Austria. Hostilities will cease
,at : o'clock Monday afternoon. The conditions of the
jiirniistieo' will be published on Tuesday.
, Official announcement of the signing of the Austrain
J armistice ranched the premiers while they were in session
lin the apartment of Colonel House, President Wilsons's
personal representative, this afternoon, and gave the great
It was arranged that the condition of the armistice
would be made public promptly.
LONDON, Nov. 3.-6:12 P. M. An armistice with Aus
tria was signed" this afternoon by Gen. Diaz, the Italian
commander-in-chief, according to an official announcement
made here this evening. The text of the statement reads;
"A telephone message has been received from the prime
minister in Paris saying that news has just come that Austria-Hungary,
the last of Germany's props, has gone out
of the war..
"The armistice was signed by General Diaz this afternoon
ami will come into operation tomorrow at $ o'clock. The
terms will oe published Tuesday."
VIENNA, via. London, Nov. 3. "In the Italian theater
of tho war our troops have ceased hostilities on the basis
of an armistice which has been .concluded,- says the war
office communication issued today. s
"The condition of the armistice-wjll .be announcedi In a
ALLIED HEADS HOLD
1'iirls Hears Versailles Confc rrnro Is
In l ull Accord On I'ritcllcally
All I'olnls lit Issue.
I'AltIS, Nov. I! The meetlllK of
premiers and military and naval
representatives at the apartments of
Colonel House today was a continu
ance of tin, sessions previously held.
While liie discussion was lurgely In
fiiriiinl it went Over (he whole range
Tim representatives were In filll
accord on practically all the points
lo be consider i ll.
'I he sessions will eoiitltuin as the
moment has not yet ar.lved for the
Inking of a final decision on some of
llo most Important questions In
volved. I'n micr I.loyd tieorre of t.reat
Frtialri ami I'remier Clemeneeau of
France lefl the conference, eurly.
They exehinged friendly gieetings
on tin' signing of the A uhI i Ian armis
tice ami rliowed In the keen satls
fu tlon Ihey felt regard ng the pro-
i gies.s of events.
In nioosiralions Nuiucrous. j
ItOMiu.N, No ;i Mudapest Is
la ri.ii:ged. according to a 'fcrman
Wllfless llies-.,;;e e,'elved liere lo-
tl.iv, noil in.inv public demonstiB'
lions of biotheriv' feeling urn oc
curring. Troops fell' ,v Ih
council have Mmi iIcI troops which
were locked iii l.air.nks by geu-
crais lit the present session, and
one is a sis I. ill. I, Hie olliets re
publicans. iciniliid republican
parly will elect eight In Ihesc tlls
Irn is now rcprcsetneil by ilcnio
erais, and Ilie socialist candidate,
of course, xx ill be defeated, with
the republicans having the Is'st of
the fight to ( bet ihclr man In the
district now represented by Ism
(Ion. Of California's II congressmen,
four are ilcnue rats and one a pro
hlbllloiilst. The republicans will
defeat at least three or Ihesc dem
ocnils this year, and will cleii a
republican to succeed lUinil.ill. the
Of the four democrats in In
diana, the republican.! will gain
lhrct and lose one Wheeler, an
autl-war republican, elected mice
III a (leniocruilo tt-l. th,. re.
publicans will lose.
'' There are mo ilcmocrailc and
one Independent congressmen from
massiK IiumMs. a oil vvlib a n oolit'd
republican parly we should have
a clean slate there and elect the
entire tpiuta of I ft loctntsTs.
Schall. the lone progressive can
diilato I'rpin .Mlnncsoui, who al
Allies Take 362,000
Prisoners in Attack
Started on July 15
PA Illls, Nov, 3 (Havns)
Since the great offensive begun on
tho western front on July 15 last,
the allied armies have captured
'.!. SMI prisoners. Including; 7,990
offlcei s, a well as ,17 camion;
,'!, -!.' machine guna and 3,'J0 7
The allies ilurlnn October cap
tured Hik.313 prisoners, inrliidlna;
2,tT officers, as well as t OH can
non; I a t! 39 machine tuns, and
1.193 mine throwers.
COPKNMAOEN, Haturday, Nov. t.
Aiistro-lliitiK.irlan troops are belna;
withdrawn from the western front
and tho tiermaus, fearing the allies
will march through Austria, are dig
ging trendies mid erecting fortlfl
lallons along ihe Haviuinn frontier,
act to ding in a icnna dispatch to the
Karolyi Proclaims New
Republic For Hungary
j ItF.ltNK, Nov. 3 Count Karolyi
after obtaining a release from his
i oa I h of fealty to the emnernr. ufn-
rliiinefl a republic In Hun ffarv. nr.
cording i,n d'splteli to the Hunrl
froiii Vienna, quoting tho Viennese
newspaper Die Zelt.
ways voted Willi the dcoioirats,
will In- replaced by a repiibllcsn
nml we have a gejal chance io de
real (lie only deiiuxrai from that
The democratic parly In Mis
souri Is split wide 0m ii, and while
It Is iloiibifol, it need not l sur
prising ir the republicans hold the
two republican iiiciiiImts they have
there und add two or three more,
lo the republican majority, n ad
dition to elect log a republican sen
or the six congressmen In Nr.
braska. the republicans now haxo
three and tho democrats three.
There Is no doubt alsiut tho re
publicans holding their strength
there, noil every indication points
lo republican success In two of the
democratic districts, and Nome
progtiostlcators go as far as pre
dicting a cleon republican ilutc
In, in that slate.
local fight In Jersey Hly may
result in defeating the di-tiiisrat
there, ami reports froni W'ce
htnxklii lire in favor or thT repuh
li"au cJlndldiilc ami It nl-cd not
ho surprising to sec the nt-tt house
TO AID REFORMS
Kmperor Addresses Letter to
Max Approving Steps Tak
en by Reichstag.
SAYS RIGHTS GIVEN PEOPLE
Period Will Stand in Honor
before Future Generations,
OLD FORMS ARE BROKEN UP
New Order Is Necessary, Wil
liam Declares Hopes for
y The Aociatisl i'mii.
AMHTFMiAM, Nov. 3. On the
occasion of the constitutional amend
ment coming; mi,, torv9 mllll an of.
riciiil i.i. gram from IJerlln. Em
peror Wllltam addieed to Vrlnc.
.Maxim Ilia,, 0f linden, the derman
Imperial chancellor, a decree en
duralnK the decision of the reichsta
and avowlnc his firm Uetermlnatlon
txf co-operate In their fu I develop
ment. The emperor's decree read;
Jour israml dueal highness:
I return herewith for Immediate
publication the bill to amend the
imperial constitution and tbe law
of .March 17, ls. relative to the
representation of the imperial chan
cellor, which haa been laid before
mo for signature.
' Now Onlrr Prevail.
u, i . occasion of this step
which la ao momentous fur the fu
ture history of the Oerman people,
I have a desire to give expression to
my feelings. Prepared for by a aer
ies of government acta a new order
comes Into force which transfers the
fundamental rights of the kalaer'a
person to the people.
"Thus comes to a close a period
which will stand In honor before the
eyes of future generaUons. Daaplte
all struggles between Invested au
thority and aspiring forces It haa
rendered poaaibia to our people that
tremendous development which 1m
perlshably wegled luwlf In U won
derful achievements of tbla war.
"In the terrible atorms of the (our
years of war. however, old form
have been broken up, not to leave
. Men iuiiis oeoino, out to make
place for a new vital form.
"After the achievements of. theaa
times tho C firman people can claim
that no right which may guarantee
a free and happy fcilure ahall bo '
withheld from them.
' Will Co-operate.
"The proposals of the allied gov
ernments which are now adopted
and extended owe their origin lo this
conviction. I, however, with my ex
alted .ml..... !,... A i'i
-- . . . UD..I.IUII.
of parliament in firm determination.
mi iixr ns i am concerneu, a co-op -erste
in their full development, con
vinced Ihul t am Iherebv th tea.. I
of the (ici man people.
ihe Kaisers orrice Is one of serv
ice to the people. May, then, the
llnw order iMlensi. nil th ,w,a r.nau
ers which our people need In order
io support i tie trials wnirn are hang
ing over the empire and with a firm
step win a bright future from th
gloom of tho present.
"Iterlin. October 28, 1911.
"W1I.HELM, 1. II.
"MAX, t'rlnce of Baden.
AMSTKRDAM, Nov. S. The poel
tion of Kmperor William continues
to be discussed by the entire German
"The war rablnet," says the Mer
lin Titgehlntt. "as yet has taken no
unanimous, binding notion relative
to the emperor but there. is greater
unanimity Ip the desire that he
JOHNSON CITY, Tchn.. Nov. 3
Princeton, Va., was selected as the
place of next year's meeting by Hols
ton conference M. K. Church. In ses
sion here yesterday. A conference
centenary commission was named by
Hlshop Collins Denrrls.
with a full quota, Ii republican
isingrensnian, frxun the mosnnlto
Thu republicans will also gala"
om- In Itliode l.sbiud, otic In I'tah,
one In VVashitixtoii, and there Is
every IntlicatloA that of the Hi
dlsiriets now represented by re.
publicans will return their candi
dates. It Is a cinch the house will lie
republican: and It need not he sur
prising to stv the senate change
its political complexion. There are
at present 6S democrats und -It
republicans. KvcrylHN.lv (sinccdcs 1
the filet that Metlill Md ormack
will defeat J. Ham lwis, and that
Arthur Capper will defeat Sena
tor 11'onipson, that Ford will be
V-detivatcxl in Michigan, that Folk Is
PsMkcly to Ux defeated In Wlssoarl.
that a republican will take the
pluce nf a democrat In New Hamp
shire, and there are eight other
stales vx 1 1 ore the republicans linvc
a good chance to xxlu.
II is all Impiii'ianr that llert
Chandler he rc-clccted and that
li. It. Howard ls tlefeated, for the
good of the state and tho good
of tho district.