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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918.
PRICE THREE CENTS
(By The Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 11.-Representatives of the German government signed the Entente's peace terms at 12:01 o'clock t
orning. Hostilities on the western front will ce ase at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington time, or 11 o'clock last night, Paris ti
ing to a close the world's greatest war.
This announcement was made by the stat department at 2:22 o'clock this morning.
iTATE DEPARTMENT TO ISSUE full
DETAILS AT'BTHIS MN HUNS
SEND TEANSWER BY WIRELESS
time, 11 o'clock Paris time, will not be made public by the state I ilians held prisoners in Germany without such reciprocal action
department before 8 o'clock this morning. This was stated official-
ly. Military men, here, however, regard it as certain that they in-
clude immediate retirement of the German military forces from
France, Belgium, and Alsace-Lorraine.
the associated governments.
Disarming and demobilization of teh Germany army.
TENTE PROBABLY TO DEMAND RETIREMENT
OF ENEMY FROM FRANCE, BELGIUM,
Occupying, by the Allied and American forces, of such strategic
points in Germany as will make impossible a renuewal of hostilities..
Delivery of part of the German high seas fleet and a certain num-
ber of submarines to the Allied and American naval forces.
Disarmment of other German forces nuder supervision of the
Allied and-American navies ot guard them.
Occupying of the principle German naval bases by the sea
forces of the victorious nations.
Release of Allied and American soldiers, sailors and civ-
There was no inforamtion as to teh circumstances nuder whi
the armistoice was signed, but since the German courier did r
reach German military headquarters until 1Ooclock yesterday mo:
ing, it was generally assumed here that the German envoys wit
teh French line had been instructed by wireless to sign teh terms.
Forty-seven hours had been required for the couriers to rea
German headquarters and unquestionably several hours were n
essary for the examination of the terms and a decision. It was
garded as possible, however, that the decision may have been ma
at Berlin and imphessionse transmitted from there by the new G
Germany had been given until 11 o'clock this morning, Frer
time, 6 o'clock ashiWngton time to accept, so hostilities will end
the hour set by Marshal Foch for a decision by Germany for pea
or for the continuation of the war.
(By the Associated Press)
, Nov. 11.-(5 A. M.)-The terms of the armis-
unced, which were signed by Germany, and under
will end at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington