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i Help The BoysOver There" By Giving Oyer Here-United War Works's Campaign Nov. 11-19
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ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES
WILSON, N. C, TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1918
VOL. 15 NO. 153
MORROW
IT IS EXPECTED
NOTWITHSTANDING
GERMAN TERMS
innrrn n
llirfrr il !
nUIlLLLi U
TERMS OF ALLIES
ON WRY TO BERLIN
AND ARE EXPECTED TO REACH THERE TO
THEY IE
BE ACGEPTED
MP RESISTANT
INT
STRAINS IN GERMANY NOT TO SUB-
IE AND TO
MAN SOLI
E B I GERMANS
ON Tit WESTERN
AND DEMON
MIT 10 A HUMILIATING PEA!
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11
By Versailles Conference and
Mean Unconditional
Surrender
MAY BE PUBLISHED TODAY
ESMGE
A MESSAGE FROM
OVER TH
ERE
THE AUSTRIAN TERMS ARE DRASTIC
AUSTRIAN SDLOIERS TO JOIN THE GER
MANS TRYING TO STEM THE ADVANCE OF
thai, the tonus, follow closely those
under which. Austria-Hungary sur
rendered yesterday and paused out
of war. leaving Germany to stand
alone against tin- world.
The presumption in odieial cir
cles here last night whs that the- sti
pulations would be in the bands ot
the German government in low than
(I. . .....
I- nouns, n liny are accept en, a. re
ply setting the issue of peace or fur
ther lighting ay also he received
within that time. The uncertainty
caused President Wilson to cancel
last night his unloosed irin to New-
will show that country the best way lion was held before the Uismark j(.rsPy tod;iy t() ,..lHt hi8 vote h) tfu.
out of her difficulties are on the way monument in favor of coutinuing '('oncressioni il election
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Washington, Nov. 5. The issue
of peace or war rests with Germany.
The term of the armistice which
'pieces.. The appeal exhorts the sol
diers to voluntarily join the Gennan
Austriau army corps.
(ioniums Hold Demonstration
London, Nov. !i. A demonstra-
Washington, Nov. 5. Terms up
on which Germany may obtain an
immediate armistice and end the
(he war were completed and signed
yesterday in Paris. Secretary Lan
sing announced the fact last night
in a brief statement, adding only
that complete diplomatic harmony port of
had been achieved by the allied andlthe boys a gr
American conferees at Vervailles. American money for French. They
It may bestated authoritatively Iseem to haw an n; limited supply of
Washington, Nov. 4. The terms under which
the land and sea forces of what once constituted
the Austrian military power has laid down its
arms has been sent simultaneously to Wash
ington and the allied capitals.
The terms compel the unconditional surren
der of Austria-Hungary and opens Austrian ter
ritory to the allied forces on land and sea in then
operations against Germany. From this state
ment it ma ybe seen how drastic are the terms and
the conditions obtaining in Austria at the time
aDDlication was made on the nart. of that ronnt.rv
ihave seenthei.riush. i m i f or an armistice, and it also will disclose the
ge of thecainp while my bat- . , ' .. . , 1,11
terms mai are a waning uermany wnen tnq al
lied war council at Versailles are prepared to
send them to her.
The armistice under which the debacle of Austria-Hungary
begins dated from three o'clock
this afternoon or at 9 a. m. in this country.
It provides for the demobilization of one-half
of the Austrian forces and the surrender of all of
the military equipment. The occupations by the
allied forces of all strategic positions. The use
of the Austrian railroads in their continued cam
paign against Germany.
The evacuation of all invaded territory. The
surrender of all equipment and supplies includ-
What the Soldiers Have to Say
of the Service Rendered
Them by the
UNITED WAR WORKERS
.Somewhere in France. Aug. 1.
Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Wilson, N, C,
Dear Sir: The work of the Y. M.
C. A. on active service I have not
seen that is in the American Y. M
C. A.
in charg
talion iti at the front line (I went
up to the line, before, however). I
can say that on my trip over the Y.
M. C. A. did great work for the boys,
furnishing stationery and nil sorts
of games and amusements, includ
ing movies, good I ooks. There was
also an American Y. M. C. A. at the
il partial ion which helped
ii d' al in exchanging
work.
:to Berlin and should reach there by the the war and a resolution wasl
tomorrow. It is the opinion in dip- passed against the acceptance of hu-j Although the complete text of the
lomatic circles here that they will be initiating peace, according to a. d(v historic Versailles document proba
accented though they will insist l:iteh to tho Exchange Telegrapn ' ' only now on the. cables for
f Washington its substance had heeD '
upon unconditional burreuuer. . , ,. ,.. ., - - " without i
iue nieuuug uaving oen puousiieu ill ' ' u "i"m tun. uuu ujjpiuiu
a good service, and it should go on.
With best wishes to you in your
and my home town, I am
Yours very truly.
Lieut. I. H. Farmer,
."17 Inf., Expditionary Forces.
Aviation Mechanical Training
School, fit. Paul. Minn.
M. V. A. Secretary,
It
T7u. Italians lindinL' Troops 1 ! nerunger lage.iaur. ,
Home, Nov. 6. Italian vessels
have landed troops on the Palmatlou T,l Ik'M'ovik Want IW
islands of Lisa and Lgosta where Noy Th(, nol,jn(.vik
the Italian (lag has been hoisted, a p(,v,.rnu),.nt haH hndld (h() n,;utrr,
by the President before the final
draft was prepared.
Subjected to analysis by military
offiffiwrs here both allied and Amer
ican he terms of tho Austrian arm
istice which are said to be no more
aenDaien iron irieme siuiett. nm- ,,,.,., .. , ...,i,i
, v , v. , ..., . ,.J ui....vC.n ,w. ..nnuK '" " drastic than those lor Uermanv,
iu-a ouiueMiip auu p.,ac0 with a reiue.st that they be jllU.,.poS(.d t0
alSo wuuru uwv .. submitted to tho allies that hostill-(1 ,,.
moan absolute surreu
Nothing is l.-.ft to the good
French successes
the Germans to
Paris, Nov. !i
make further withdrawals at several
places along tho front. Between
th Olso nnd the Aisne lh French
Jfare advanced a mile on a fivn
front. Tho rrench army renewed
the attack this morning and are
making satisfactory progress.
Between Solssons and th
ties may ceaso tMwwm tbeSovt !fath of Ull valMuislM, and n0 r
government and the Kntente pow- R( nr u,i,.;. r i.u.i
upon thevictors. These ocers believe
Germany, left alone, also must
With tho American Army on the throw herself without reserve, upon
Sedan Front, Nov. 4, 1:15 p. m. ! the mercy of the rktiors.
Bitter fighting is proceeding today Final adjustment, territorial or
ire all deferred to tho
American pat- otherwise,
i
all along the Meuse.
rois navecrossea me river at line- peace conference for which the ces
ulles on ponton Dridges constructed saiion of hostilities paves the way
teau Porclenne over a front of more
than 15 miles the French have pen
etrated the Hindenburg line of the
Germans. The French have made a
general advance east of St. Le Pe
tite to the outskirts of Hertz. I
British Troops Advancing.
London. Nov. 5. British troops
in their offensive southeast of Val
enciennes have captured the forti
fied tow nof Le Quet-noy after heavy
fighting, Field Marshal Haig an
nounced today. The garrison of
1,000 men were captured together
with the citadel. Kapid progress is
being ..made by the British divisions
east of LeQuesnoy where an advance
of from three to four miles were
scored.
The villages of Jlimetz, Kroud
Queue, Frasnoy and Le Petite Ma
rias have been captured.
nround was gained in the Mormal
under lire. At other points the Am-Tho German appeal for an armis
ericans are reconnoitering with a tjt.0 was submitted on the basis oi
view to crossing. The Germans have
blown up the bridges over the
Meuse betweeu i.aneuville on the
western bank and the importaut
town of Stenoy on the west bank.
(iKP.M.WS STOUTLY
KESLSTS AMERICANS
With the American Army on the
Sedan Front, Nov. 4. The German
resistance encountered by the Amer
ican troops on virtually all parts of
the front was the feature of tho
fighting today. The opposition was
especially stubborn on tho right and
j left flanks, where the enemy brought
up reinforcements and defended
himself with machine guns and ar
tillery. Tho American left wine nushed
Fur'hl'rl forward slowly but doggedly. The
Americans occupied Verrieres and
forest. The village of Eth, four 0ches Xn0 r,ght winR worked Us
acceptance of the peace terms al
(Ciutinued on Last Page.)
miles southwest of Valenciennes has
also been taken.
(;Tniiiny Must Accept Terms.
Montreal, via London, Nov. 5.
In commenting on the agreement of
the Entente allies and the terms
that will be submitted to them as a
means of ending the war the Times
Tarls correspondent says, "The allied
successes on the French front make
it reasonable to jmppose that Ger
many must accept the terms of the
allies no matter what they are.
The BUit Council Appoal sto Army.
Amsterdam, Nov. 4th.Tne State
Conneil of Vienna bas issued an ap
peal to the army that tho country is
jn danger and the army Is going to
way down the river Meuse and
roached a lino between Beaufort nnd
Beauclair, and north of Hallos and
Wiseppo. This llnak met with the
most stubborn resistance from the
enemy who fought bitter I yto prevent
encroachment on the important town
of Stenay.
American troops in mass niado no
effort to cross the river Meuse.
Patrols encountored heavy machine
gun and artillery flro at every at
tempt. They remained at nightfall
upon the west bank.
The center moved so fnt that they
took prisoner German reinforce
ments coming to aid their comrades
in the front lines.
Buy War Savings Stamps.
Only one package may be sent to each man.
standard carton furnished by the Red Cross.
The label issued to the man overseas by the Army authorities
and forwarded by him to some relative or friend in this country
will entitle the holder to apply to the local Red Cross organisa
tion for one t-hipping box.
The shipping box must be packed by the relatives or frienns
and delivered, unwrapped and unlabeled fo the Red Cross to be
weighed, inspected, wrapped, labeled nrl delivered to the I'ef-t
Office.
No package may weigh more than three pounds. '
No written message may be enrlosed.
Each pared must bear the label received from abroad with the
name and address of the soldier nnd the inspection label of the
American Red Cross.
Tlii Red Cross has opened a branch office for the informa
tion and the handling of Christmas packages, next door fo Her
ring's Drug store, the store formerly occupied by J. W. Jones.
Obtain regulation shipping boxes at this phice.
.rrencn money n.ei wecouid got in
line acd exchang; any amount at a
higher rate than allowed by local i
banks. American cigarettes wer"
lor sale, at a lower price than in the
States.
What I have seen of the Y. M. '.
A. work I can honestly say that it is! lnfZ 1 the COal m the COUntrV TntPnfiPfl tn hf TlSfifl
for military and railroad purposes.
The surrender of all surface and submarine
fleets and the disarmament of all the others un-.
der the direction of American and allied super
vision. The surrender of all German submarines
in Austrian waters. The return of all allied and
American prisoners without reciprocal . ex-ohanfre.
My dear Sir:--i received your let-1 ml p it i i i
ter a todays ago, aud in regard to j I he evacuation of all Austrian territory, in
the -y" weii we just couldn't do'what is known as t.hfl Italian Trrprlonta nonnrA.
If it were not for the ,. l4-,t T
l. M. t. A. the army would lie a . 1 .
very differ, organization irom j 1 he retention of only sufiicient military and
what it is now. As it is. th. major- police protection sufficient to maintain order and
TL-roifers'1' TLnlinntTnd. to be done under the direction of the allied
amusements of the best work and ! forces.
The terms of the armistice are to be carried
out under the direction of General Foch and the
demobilization of the army will be done also un
der his direction and they will be sent to the rear.
All the German troops in Austro-Hungary are
to be surrendered within fifteen days.
All destruction of property in the evacuated
area and while the evacuation is going on is ex
pressly for bidden. The Austrian ships to be sur
rendered include 15 modern Austrian subma
rines, three battleships, three light cruisers, nine
destroyers, twelve torpedo boats, one mine layer
and six Danube monitors. Also any other craft
that the allies shall see fit to seize and to be des
ignated by them.
The free navigation of all Austrian waters by
the allied fleets in its operations against Ger
many and that the Danube route shall be kept
open by occupation or otherwise for the use of the
allies.
The existing blockade of the allies against
Austria is to remain as heretofore and no Aus
trian ships are to sail upon the high seas except
under a commission to be determined later.
All the naval aircraft is to be collected and
put out of commission and under the allied con
trol. All the Austrian equipment in the harbors
are to be turned over to the allies and all forts are
to be manned by the allies, and all naval stations
occupied, Pola the great Austrian naval base par
ticularly. All the allied craft held by the Austrians is to
be returned immediately.
(iKHMAWS I.OLSIIVA IM Kerlin nnd in particular to foldiers,
CHICIiKNN COMIMi 1IOMK si,:;)..',; i,y tiie "workers tun! soldiers'
Amsterdam, Nov. i. - The Grr- eonauit;. a." The newspaper says
man press Is evincing considerable it sobjta is to incite soldiers to dis-
disquiet over the ltolsheviki danger obey military commands.
in Germuny.
The Norddeutsche Allogemaine
Zeitung publishes a long statement
today concerning Bolshevik! activi
ties which it attribucs to the Rus
sian Embassy at Berlin.
The Tageblatt says a leaflet has
been distributed to the people of
also lows after athletic moveim-nls
laiuoiig the soldiers.
We have a baseball team here at
school at the post where I am i.ow
stationed that rivals tho big leagii's.
The training, playing of gain",
and so on are superintended by the
Y. M. C. A.
There are so many things done
for thesoidiers by the Y. M. C. A.
that it would be foolish to try to re
late just a small percent of them. I
will define it by saying that he V.
M. C. A. is the soldier's home.
Yours sincerely.
Robert K, Townsend, Jr.
(Continued on Last I'ajre)
WE WILSON RED CROSS
IJ? READY
TO HELP YOU SEND CHRISTMAS GIFTS
TO OUR BOYS IN FRANCE
AI L SHIPMENTS MUST BE IN THE HANDS OK THE
WILSON RED CROSS ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER I3TH
BULKS FOR MAILING CHRISTMAS PARCELS
enclosed in a
COOL TONIGHT
Washington, Nov. 5. For North
Carolina, fair and continued cool to
night and Wednesday with moder
ate to fresh northeast winds on the
const.

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