ft ft 1 ,- ,- supervision of the allied and American 3, which will guard them. : f Occupation of the principal German naval . by sea forces of the victorious nations. Release of allied , 1 v --. --. --. . 4 'J and American soldiers, i , and civilians h!d prisoners in Germany) without such reciprocal action by the associated Governments. '!;. ,-Y-".; ,-Y-".; ,-Y-".; ,-Y-".; ,-Y-".; There was no information as to the cir- cir- cuiniances jmder wiich j;he , armistice was rined, but since the German courier did not rcr.ch German military headquarters until 10 o'clock yesterday morningr, French time, it was generally assumed here that the German I i envoys within the French lines had been in- in- I . ctructed by wireless to sign the terms. A , Forty-seven Forty-seven Forty-seven hours had been required for i i i i it - L i i . I t.:o courier to reach the German headquarters, r.r.d unquestionably several hours were neces- neces- r ry for the examination! of the terms and a decision. was regarded as possible, however, that t i 1 t2 decision may have been . made at Berlin ... J. 1 I I I :nch time, (6 o'clock. Washington time,) to ::pt. So hostilities will end at the hour set by r.r.d instructions transmitted from there by i: 2 new German Government. , Germany had until 11 o'clock this morning:, lurched Foch for a decision by Germany for r ::ce or for'continuation of the war. 1 ' ! i ne momentous news znox xne armistice t I 1 i 1 TTM ?i- ?i- d been signed was telephoned to the White . . . i ii minutes before it was given to the newspaper Later it was said that there would be no I i. :.::tcment from the White! House;at this time. Ilcuze for transmission to the President a'few c:rrc:pondents.