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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -PARIS),^6v. 11.-Official--Armis^eiigned at midnight. Fighting ceases at 11 a.in. AT 4 AM. m VON i\m HOLflJATf. tODAY to eEliBRATE On being jnformed of the news that tW.QeVinans had signed the armistice and'that fighting stopped^ar^fodock this morning; Mayor HaA proclaimed a , publid^ holiday from 7 dlclick^this momind tfll 8.0 clock Tufesda^i morning. D%XI^li^^i^g,th^^^^^ ^ Afeth^|ri, m IS ^ IN Social in Charge of \he Govcrtttrien^r-General Strik^^lared-|^4yoIution Spreads Throughout the Entire%ountry-^Verv.Uttle Conflict, Fil#;l^8 Lost. '^Leiptic,^;th� I iar|B>t,'Clt/ Washington, Nov. 10.-William HaJ^tepllern has arrived in Hollafld and is proceeding tothe^^^ of Destteeg, near Utrecht, according to a dispatch rccc^lj^sby the American generalstaff today from The Haguet  The message adcls: j"Press;.reporls^^te that the kaiser arrived this morning^iinrHQllfun^-andm^ 16 Middlachten Castle, in thettown of Deste^i&eafHJtKcht. PJ.IOHT CONFIRMED' - j ( Ltfndoit, Nov. 11 ' but 'tMiW fa ^a ^Ivergenea .In^^� portr'^raiatl.ve to. tha^ identity a^d . Fire of Copenh.Baj�/jN,*�8lN'v'lb Woirr Bumu,^ tha^raami news agenay;:otO�;Npv:r�9.'^tBteat ad-, vieae rcce(ya4'(v)ii''a>:eonflrm n '^orte that iHigyveMioitary move- nent: at''.Co! spreadl western far the' with no- blobd i,JlB;\>Br4dM|l|y:-i Ing' ^tKrbuBhou^-* tho^| iiitlrtf n part-of OMmvnyiipS^ ' o re VP lfc\haebeen Orderl y> -10 blooded, I V Cepenhayen/N'ov.g.-Re^etllo'na have oectirredvJn ^.Mapdv^(ifii COr,? lo(ine, Briinswirk and ;MaBdeburfl,.r accordlng^to tjie'offlol^lranpo'unce-: ment.tonlght-at Bdrllif. ;rTJ�bfe'oit ei^eeteil. . The J>Rtt|eahip.Kttiinlg, whiob re-' ft/fj�dMo 'ai;rr?flder> tvi/aa taken il^ ten a hard fight. Serlin, Saturday, Nov.,!) mart wlreleof,' via .London).- ^ ,.-. German people^ government has been Instituted ' In theVr^.gra�ter part .of BortJo,;. T��a, gapffljion has gono'over^Horthc govornmant; The ,workm�fl^a.,and aoldlers' counellfia^^daelaredr a.., genfraK ' b�an:laaM(|l>Bt t>ia'.disposal � of ths f'/ n' ^ ' * Tha kaM*j�iBa�pocra�fl f^rty^ittA i lntere�iniiJ^th;tlia.fW>l�St MfVi'' ernmant. TJ� guards'whieh Wr?^ - bs^n ata)lor)|f Itthenublio off lea' s and ot)}ar%undlnga^: have b�an ; (Qer- :Thff withdrawn;;!'/ >, Priai of {the/ carrying: siVioafpraaidaht' i��o'-pjirty,Ja ieaIlorat)lp . 0.^dV2� a.�-� \ largeat ,'Clt/; In Saxony; Stuttg�r^:tlfe Moital of - .Wur^emaurg,'v and/'*tCologne and I Frknkfp^hdVa'J9lne.d. tfie. ravolu- / ^ Jjla"! >;aecordW(;.,t*^W^rt'^, 1. f reip joihe^^Panlsh '7rentfop;';falafgraphad ' heraf?lby. the 'Co'panha'gan^ j^^^ pendent of! tha JExiphande^v:^4le? graph compapy. f-Thf.vjif^rtlfl*' counella at 9tiittgari'CpJflg(ii'lan�l Frankfart ;have d^oKad^ to pro-,.e1,alm,a.l�puljj)e.' 7,,-;. OENBRAL, STRIKE'iH'^EftLIN Basel,. Nov. ia^AllTefficlal die-patch:, raoalvod by>]lKa.':HavaavAg' / cney from Berlin; 't^ajriaaya.- "Offlelal: Thea1^f^� chaasaucs >jis^^^^l;i'j^o- 'rtgin Re4 Forces, are v�.�*tr*Mai;8Ul. Lorrion, Nov. 9.t-(British J|vlta^' less eervicB). -Premier bleyjili^ George and' Sir Erie Geddes, flrat^:'; lord of the admiralty, were aptalt-v.^ . era tontghtfat a banqHetiwhiettvfolr.i'' lowed ths Lord'.Mayor's "Victory'.'-show. ~- 1 ' " ^ ^ " "I have n6 pevw-fpr yjjhi," said the' premfei;;:te�|hpv/ban'qujBttef4; ' who .wers^axpactijijirjkn- anneunc.a;t.: pentfrorn.blm-regardlng the>poft>:?: albla^ aigning of an amniatioB:with; � Garmariy; "Owing to v the?:' rapid C and triumphanv advance'of the lied troops andtheir r�lantlei^/> - puralyit^ the German envoys hawa not been'-able to get through am ; other means have had to be devlc^ od to enable . them to croaa tifi �llnoa. ''Owing to the ciroumBtandK , .os,~l.have nothing to'ssy-to yoii , thle evening �s to the result of the ' armistlee negotiations. v "The IsBua Is settled. In thu , ^ring^we were~belng�orely: pros*-od..:-Tlte. channel ports were be- , |ng ;^breptenad.(ai!d;'the steel of - the enpmy was poln'ted^^^at our .hsarts. ^ : "It >''autumn. The caoital of; -; TjUrkey Is now almost within guq >fIre of oqr'sMps. 'Abstria Issshat-v.'tered. and .broken. The kalaor :.;;aKsuffsrln|i' . flif.-has.alrsady eaussd; aheimak rRoaalbly railBt:Bfllttla*|ongar.'Buty; tha lotigdc ahs rasist's,' tha moraX quijpkly'vwiti her cities beeeins'-M t!ie fair-IBnj^B she 'has so 'Wantoitr r fy devaBtated.-' � � "THofo wll� be Juet terms thaV ' will prevsnt such' wantonness, again. � Wo, will do no wrc^g If - | / ^''Wa^ have no deal jlis on tha ^'.'OsiTriMn'people/>ut>wk mean t�' -V'-aaiiiii-a :'beyond all dailM the frae-' rj^dditr bfiour own pet pill :>The rookie lAsshe^s that pl^esd the, world Ln ' ''oileW^ avirful agotiy mUat expect ^atarti raekoning. , .f JfmMn the eondltleip were eon-alWrbtl all the rt^tvasntative filrtB of the Empira Wiratcensutt-srii.''^ For years .wa;''n|ve; had a gttui' 'brotJ erhqod ^r-if r.Buffarlng; -'a'now going|tbli>i; Let us b^Nfilh "air fac-tiorib'arid'lift up thisrtffantry to a position It never haldhbttTere. Let tHTf^ilritish Empire kM^..IU. head-atiri^'ail will bV rlghi'with-^ the Vtotiib^riige, Alberta,  November 8, 1918. 'TO tHECIJtlZENS OF LETH BRIDGE: GREEyii|iiGv.. T.:;-^- ' KNO^ Vfi^ihat I, William Duncan Livlngatone Hardle, by virtue oftha powers vested in me as Mayor of^ the pity of Lcthbrldge do hereby. PROCLAIM A LEGAL HOLIDAY ceiabrating peace, ex-' � " � whiatlea _^/day at. I'allf'cltiBsris.. ooti >�AVEf JHE Kuyft r - . W;b*t': HARoiE,' � lsndlns-|rom;thstime the 1 b;o�.untlrtf!e folleVing, xamAm-&t(^.*iatntnmM air world.", ^ Am mm m, CLOSE TllJOi LondO{i,' .NBV.^t.1.{.->( 12:32 a.m.). -^Th'e former^/German emperor's partyi'wbieh'ls.bslleved to include FlaldJ Marshal, ;VBn HIndenburg. arrived atvEysdaiij near the Dutch frontier, at,7:30^.Sunday morning, according to ^ha^ Daily Mail advices. Prae^ioaliy the whole Ger-minjgbnsral staff.accompanied the forrtiert. 'Bmperetr'^^nd 10 automo-'bil(Ai^�arflad. tb^; party.^ The'fiutomlibKeB were bristling wItKrIfIsi 'arid III the fugitives :WOl�--�rmsiel.^..".'' � T4�;:ex-kalser.^;was In uniform. He alighted 'at^the Eysden ata-. tioM' and ' paced . the platform, smoking: a cigarette. Eyaden.Jiilis 'abbut- midway be-tweeniiLlege and Maastricht, on the Dutch' border. Huns Knocked Waihingfoii^NoT. 11. - Press).^Aniiutice tmlliav^ btcn by Germany, liie itafte dcpartmoit at 2.45 p^QCk this mbrniiiff. Thut announcement al/to whedwr ceased or theliiw liwhich they 'Thr T ~ abandlen no .right.) ich Cav' Tourtiai-Taken airy Cross the^^Igiaa. Bonier r .London. Nov. 9,--;|n3 swaaping advance today ths B^t1sl|: armies:. . havi captured .Towrnil'and An-; tolng,.^leld Mi^rshal jfaports .tonight..; The second Brjil'sh army ie approaching R6nalx,-;4Whlch;^ iiOa Bbsiit � mllos^northoiit ofTour- YA^NKS CAPTURE '^ENAY ^ ,y,ith-the AmsHgiftToroaa on i ^ thV^Mauaa Front, ,No*>'to.-(� p; ^ ,baikk of tha?M ^t^rfWig tarriflo f t..?>.A.T4.eRMANvi ;v>Wl#l,/Hltori.'Now. 10^!flt larof. cnb)gM]i^faporta,d'tha ,w�|ty,; / ,E�ERT PAN^ERMAN Paria; Nov.- 9'.-r-Th"e Temps today; feb/idudes a sketch. of'Frled-erleh ?Ebett;-' the- > new German chaneajUoK as'follows. VfHe'snat-BB: tha ruling passions of'.titar'9fi^/iin.'\;':He is a type; of pan-German.:Socialist, nat to say an Impsrisllst."  - . .ciate^^^^^fe..., mormng it M'clMiWa^:^ tn^^ 1 o'clock Parutimf; n� was sifii- edbytheGermuisiitmidnifflit: V Thu Init^^wis mtde ky the tlite , depmtmehmiliyir: - ''^'^^.^^ official df the stat^ department in tUi ifnf; : -'TK^iiiliiiSiii^ signed at 5 j!enchtn^^^^ Washington ai&e;b4a^ept H^il9i^ will end the set k^Mvihal Fedtfor a (1^^ sion for pen^ee^rfw cTespi^dents. Later, it ii^ sai^ thM the^ :^pviAM.,wi� annottncemenjk /from ^ tHe,i||^^p|ii|Me.n n^ere was bj^ MorWtion as to tkedr-cumst4iicesv4^d^-l^i| tke armistico was signed, bnislce^e Gerinaii courier iifl pft "reich'' I Cepsnhagenr . Nov. 10.^(8.30' a. m0.^t'reldei>ieh:;Ebert, the^ Soc-v lalist, issder, has'; been appointed (mparial; ehf qcf Mpr. Ha : haa la.. suadravp^eiamaVan .Baying that . he ,pi�n|^arar>fd^V him, all tha cecrataiHdSiofiatBte. having; givan thelr'f'ean'baiJI. ^. Tiia*. new govfrn-mant.;ba.added^ would be In agrea- 'Mm ' Washin nounces that 8 o'clock 7434 1 ;