Dubois Daily Express in Dubois, Pennsylvania 11 Nov 1918
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Dubois Daily Express, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Du Bois, PennsylvaniaPress dispatches unit fid of Fiss this service. The Dubois daily sex 1 he i it i 11 com Muxo. N m i 1 8 armed to fight i. R Teutons to give up Bis allies to occupy West United Germany s Burrencie fully confirmed by All the Allied capitols today. These reports differed Only in the exact time at which the armistice terms i Berquin commissioners. Washington s Loporto Luu terms were signed at a c clock this French while the Paris report gave the time As a. French May reported that tho fighting on the whole fruit i d at 11 a. M. This French time. The great Allied commands a who brought the germans to their Knees in less than four month s of offensive issued a general order to firing on the exact lines and positions which they hold at that Mons being the last great capture of the War. Twas taken this morning by the British. While the terms of the armistice not known this morning enough had leaked out to make it certain that Germany is a broken nation and that her chances of a i1 n a financially and her people mid her past government completely discredited in the eyes of All the civilized world and its various National groups. Her Crun i hand. The sex Kaiser and his eldest the Crow Prince and von tog Ether with ten other German officers Are in Holland at the Castlo of dutch Friend it i fled to Holland As political let geos they will lie Able to claim the right of Asylum and May avoid punishment but if they went there merely As men unattached or i May be extradited by due process of British Law under which the military masters of Germany were indicted by a British grand jury for murder in connection with in i with the russian impel or dead und the and the Hohenzollern the Clay of the divine right rulers of some of the nations of the world to step Cucui a t Mastery of men has come to an end on the Par of those who claimed god Given right to direct the destiny of nations and their Peoples. The German sex Royalty Are at i h the first effect of peace in America today was the order of general Crowder stopping All mobilization of draft Calls waiting to be filled this month. Men had been 1.1 i that they Are to remain in civil life. The outstanding feature of peace being discussed in Washington today is the fact that America has very greatly aided in winning the greatest of All bisto Rirs a i in i i with a loss of Only a few thousand More than the casualties already recorded up to those listed today. Strange As it May seem dispatches from Many sources today indicate that the German believing themselves secure in the Quick establishment of a de Moulico nun Kintly As jubilant As no the Allied Istl american Tigris Over the signing of the with the american army in nov. Couriers Tore along1 the highways of France behind the american army lines this Inonu ii i danced and sang1. I passed men on my Way to the front who had not heard the news. Two words told the Story. They immediately changed from grim i with Joy. God s country again for they yelled. Do we go from they Sang in tearful Joy. Towards 11 o clock the american gunners began a veritable Hail of hell Over the German the gun flashes intermingling so that they appeared As one but officer Nour and with the exception of some advanced units hostilities stepped at the appointed time. The Shell cases of the last shots were kept to be brought Home. Nov. Former German Monarch May be interned in it was indicated in dispatches Here today. Both he and the other member n i it daily express Here today estimates that the casualties of the world War will reach men. Germany has lost Aiumu o11 1 if nov. Fighting has ended and peace has and a joyous nation today transition. The end came suddenly. Washington we a took the form of a Short dispatch from col. E. M. House. The armistice has been he reported. It is Likely that now the armistice terms have been signed there will patently the government there is dominated by the socialists. They have announced a common sense program which will provide for order everywhere. It is Cic huffs so badly needed into the troubled countries of the former Central empires. It is understood that while there has been serious fighting in the various cities of Oev i i1 that were reaching Here today said that the people were everywhere anxious for a real and lasting and that there was no evidence that any government to 1 nov. Marshal the Allied today issued an order to All commanders to cease hostilities at 11 o clock said a French wireless dispatch nov. Whole German nation h in the hands of revolutionists. The red Flag flies Over the sex Kaiser s Palace in Berlin. The new has be formed from the leaders of the democratic parties. Heavy fighting has taken place in various parts of especially in Berlin and there has been much blood Shea. I the i a u -.11. V t to Tocu Vilc i. 0 it a cod Lilc lev overseas shipment of inti in ten i i1 n i mashing Calls for quoins Scio suspended to div. Look Steps to Stop nil scheduled the demobilisation of the Navy will nol be Hui Leil. This was an americ armistice terms nov. Accepted armistice terms that were not less humiliating than would have been the Way of unconditional surrender. This wag made Clear this after ill Lions line american noon when president Wilson addressed a joint session of Congress and made Public the wit ii ump Peilow nov. 11. Signed this morning by the germans. The terms cessation of hostilities. Unconditional surrender of All German troops in East reparation for All damage done on land. Reparation for All damage done to Allied and american shipping by German submarines or1 through other Means. The evacuation of All other invaded territory and the West Bank of the Rhine River the surrender of All rolling Stock and other material in the invaded districts. The abandonment of the russian and romanian peace treaties. Evacuation of All Black sea ports. Surrender of Germany s submarine Fleet and a part of its other naval War Craft. The armistice to remain in effect for 30 Days at the end of which time Germany will be called upon to accede to peace upon the 14 Points of president Wilson and other Allied terms. Germany broken and smashed will have no Choice but to accept this peace and the world War will finally and formally come to an end within the coming month. Germany to surrender big Germany to evacuate All territory designated for evacuation in fourteen Days. The russian boundaries Are defined by the armistice terms to be those of 1914. Shipping i Daiil to Tui Nash men Lor obese ships and Ihen Wil be ism Jed to bring soldiers Home the details of tar demobilisation of the were discussed morning by and officials Bee today. Americas ship program will not be i Ned Iii a by the signing the Hdward a of the shipping Loaid today. Call for 38 men in this District gets postponed one week Ollie lid see i in one in Adient of peace. The armistice was signed this morning. Us for been accomplished. It will now be our for Tuilio c Vav to by and by material in the . C a Insl e world. Itira to president Wilson to Ocuin 1 i i America by by soc r lit Iii Ioc to coded it Vilson. L t l-1 .15 it air Crft two of i i. I i i i l in i Hiye 1 i m tint tin mini 11 n i Mhz v. My ii Iii in in. A ii a. The expression is upon tin lips of a noisy mob a Lein line in die Cess Kilmr of Alo ilk with i lie Ron Ial a climb indic of Beon almost at a Tai lib us i in is arrests Dur tie i ill in for epidemic while several men who been Stim Mcneil Lor an j of Fon c Lulu Boon Cou of patriotic that has been of hostilities assembling streets of nov. Lloyd George announced 5 French this morning. Hostilities cd dec at la c 1 n. French unit i . Allied and u. S. Capitols stage big Victory parades i no i i is Ken dial Olibe his of thu armistice proclaimed hero president Ivilou re Quested All Wai work eth cased at once from i Bois Lor tho Dill. Tebei will ibis Al Terii Oon and the i cession. . Sox. London went wild the end of the whole clix was Mill a Lav Anil salutes were hied 11.mi nov. Fleets m Iii Phines messages front Lino the i to Uponen ii Hll Lin july by tic in Louii Luna those Able to work have been Ito is from the since news of Hie signing of the Nii an Iii the com plete surrender of him and their Hight Iii material was Hist Oei Ober but that Luul Boun nod to their Homes tie i to Section by the dully Alt Hongu h la Init i air rally be Pride Mac. Most of tho men kept Busy enforcing the health regu Eccl i 0 operation of the Beon to make up that quo a few occasions for arrests have system be been that it will continue. Intensely for 1 in in the local the in lilies mad been Tiiu Voncil 0incp for Anil tomorrow but later to Leet to of Ervle Ilir ulily wot sch Loftt received llioiitlf4 Only my poit Ponpug of Hotd been ordered for next we clues i Board Are Liny until Hie live Day period by Ken except Iii Tancoff orders for Calls Nink nov is. 1 other districts of this Section to make up Hoon expel Lencel in the past month i Jocil authorities Bellevo Llinat tin order indicates a policy of slow ing tho of they Are nil of the Lars to Reg Litrio Lnu Eli pm several volunteers Iron the i oils Trellon. All advil Les at the local Cli Tift Hoad is Wiital to Cluny Calls have not been no tilled to Porto no their d nifty Ali parties that had been summoned for this week. Ive. Tho regulations Bejine effect in View of tho fact that the Brewtib of Beci will Conse dec Winbor the local police anticipating a lot of activity in the several weeks that will ensue before Liat time nil after the restrictions on saloons Here a e lifted. Mrs. A h of Al noted with friends in this City saturday. Here i 111 parades Nils led Down tho 1 lace d in tho Celebration i shortly Belore noon. One Concord by twelve Diers. The american sol which hits been express through tho medium of the Tiro other steam whittles nil Bells at 3 08 o clock this morning. The signal marked Hie of n spontaneous Celebration that this afternoon bids fair to Anytha nyc in lil Slov of this follow ins Proela Matlon by major Hans calling upon Peterj Leidy to join ill celebrating tho great men who had been milking prel Minnit plans pm a a Lebarrion Are Grid rally tho and Alrass Buryj monuments was torn and immediately there in a quest for souvenirs. J. A of Pitts Tisish. Was those looking after business Allunis in Dubois. Ii. F. Lehman and h k. of Wib in town to on Page four r i11 notice All tho stoics Are a Skol to have their Shou Nln Clou on Dirrl porn do this Ove Iii g. Inklin event in det j had at scarcely in the had in t n daily in i it c out o Cick k ulis i of Lii i 1 fill pm i Mik i i r the i i in t the m Cir l Fie rum tilt in. A Ali a 11 t i i i tin v Stop id t ii the i is tile te.31 1 Cal i
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