DAY AND NIGHT
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
Nov. 7.-Armistice terms have been signed between the Allies and Germany, according to an announcement i
ing, and received by the Detroit Times. Hostilities will cease on all fronts at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
(By the Associated Press)
on, Nov. 7 (2 P. M.)
--"Germany has not signed peace negotiations with the Entente,"
:11 o'clock this morning by Secretary Lansing.
"Marshal Foch will not receive th e delegation from the
il 5 o'clock this.
ER'S DELEGATION ENTERS ALLIED
ES IN FRANCE UNDER WHITE FILAGI
'ERPLTNCITI ES SHOW LOYALTY
CH'S MEN LICK FRITZ IN FIELD BEFORE
ALLIES DETERMINE FINAL
(By the Associated Press)
Detroit, Nov. 7.-Immediately after the rumor that Ger-
many had signed the armistice terms laid down by the En-
tente the citizens went wild with excitement.
A monstrous parade was immediately organized and the
marchers paraded up and down Woodward and Michigan
avenues. The different flags of the Allies were profusely
Every church in town is ringing its bells, and the factories,
together with other plants, are blowing their whistles. s
Paris, Nov. 7.-The greatest war in history of all times
ie to an end at 2 o'clock this afternoon, according to the
:roit Times. The Allies and Germany signed an armistice
Chicago has been in the same state of mind.
GERMANY SUFFERS FROM USE
OF MUCH ADULTERATED FOOD
New York, Nov. 6.-It has been pub-
lished by the Chemical institute of
Leipzig that the adulteration of food
and the selling of food substitutes
have become a plague in Germany.
Dr. Roehrig said that the mineraliz-
ing of foodstuffs was inreasing. Gyp-
sum and chalk are used to adulterate
flour, baking powder and spices. The
bread of one bakery was found to con-
tain 13 per cent of copper.
Some of the food profiteers are
being sent to prison as well as being
fined. In one case in Dresden, a
storekeeper was sentenced to one
year in prison and to pay a fine of
APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FOR
ADMISSION TO CENTRAL 0. T. C.
Detroit, Nov. 6.-Men registered un-
der the select service law before Sep-
tember 12, who are physically fit for
general military service, may receive
individual induction in order to attend
central officers' training camps.
Applications for admission to the
officers' training camps for infantry,
field artillery, and machine gun cours-
es are being received by Captain
Hunt, commandant at the University
of Detroit. Candidates -must be well
educated and must possess the quali-
fications essential to army officers.
The war department desires that
well qualified applicants submit their
applications as early as possible, as
many men will be selected from civil
Daily want ads bring results.
WHALE IS RATHER TIMID BUT
,IT CAN OUT-DO FAMILY (
Salem, Ore., Nov. 6.-Sate Vete
arian Lytle says that some day
question of milk supply will be
tled by the use of whale milk.
A yhale furnishes about a barre
milk at one milking. With the w
Pacific ocean as a farm for domesti
ed whales, the dairy business wo
be on a mammoth scale. At'pr-
the whales are a little t-
classed as eas-
day they w "
PUBLIC SC a OPEN WITI
ATTENDANCE UP TO NOR!
After a vacation of two weeks,
public schools of Ann Arbor ope
Monday morning. The attendance
up to normal and only a few case
influenza are "known to exist ami
the student body. Opal Ovenshir
freshman in the high school, die
influenza during the vacation. T
is the only fatality in all the echo
Swiss Make Watches For Sold
Basel, Switzerland, Nov. 6.-Wa
es, since the war began in 1914
Oct. 29, 1917, are being manufact
in Switzerland by order of thek
and queen of the Belgians. The wa
as, which bear. inset in gold on
eases the monogram "A. E." of
Belgian sovereigns, are to be
sented by King Albert and Queen Z
abethl to soldiers who have espect
distinguished themselves and also
prize winners of military comp
You will always find satisfacton
advertising in the Daily.-Adv.
flew over the city firing guns, while cannons from the Great
earlier on the field of battle.
The German dele-
Lakes training station were fired.
now being held in the Windy City.
Monstrous exhibitions are
has come into the Allied lines under a flag of truce.
the official document was being signed the Allied arm-
e going forward on a 150-mile front tearing the Ger-
fenses to pieces and driving the enemy in utter rout.
e American troop drive had just captured Sedan before
Before the terms were considered the
When the news came over the wires from both the United
Press and the Associated Press, the church bells in Ann Ar-
bor were rung, and every whistle in town joined the chorus.
Excited groups on the street corners threw their hats into
the air and embraced one another, joyful over the glad tidings.
A film of depression followed the short-lived sign of happiness
around the S. A. T. C. headquarters when the news was an-
nounced to them.
forced to apply to Marshal Foch and a single rep-
of the Allies, under a flag of truce. .While virtual
not being definitely concluded, Germany was in
of an incipient revolution at home.
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