Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 11, 1929 · Page 2
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FRANCE RECALLS WAR'S TRAGEDIES Crossword Puzzte ity .<U>f»F.r, Staff Correspondent. PARIS, Nov. it — today thft worM'3 greatest war cnme to ftn end. K*cept for n fe\v scnra .on tha fa- lindea of such buildings n.1 the ministry of wnr, the Credit. Lyonnats, nntl sundry churches find houses of the rnpltal. them Is little tn recall those four yrnrs of horror which wore llft- pd with the signing of the? armistice in thf) bleak spot ot the forest of Compicgne nt dawn on Nov. 11, 1918. The aclun) ftrmJstlcc wfi.a Started on Nov. 7, when a deputation of Germans In automohiles carrying strong he«dll£)jl.i crossed the lines during the night find wero stopped by Captain L'Hullllcr of the Alpine chnaseiirs, The men occupied n fnrost rood, and when Ihn oulpont s»w the cars advancing, while flues <iC UIIP.C waving In the light of the Htronff lamps, the cnp- VaVn commnmlrd Ihi; mi'n to cover the fond with mnehlnu jfims nnd stand in readiness to lire.. They did not fire. Cnptnln JVHiillllnr leiirned thnt Iho flolcgivUtm vmnlinl to npunlt with Miirsha! For.h. It wus ithout pence. Som': myfltfrlwiR (rlegnims shot back nnd forth from Jfnuh'it hwul quar- tern which then hnppnnert to be in n Hlccplng unr on n. sldins 1 In the forest of Compiegne nt K«-lhwv\M. The tmt- po»ts VfdtK tv/irnerl tci wntch for a white flagged tielnsatlon tho noxt day, which was to call on Fonh. Accord- Ing to tho Into mnrshal'd story, (.he ttcrman* arrived promptly, bearing rrcdontlnlH from Prlnco Mnx of Baden. It wns ut Uils meeting on the following diiy, that Koch mmlo known tire a/lies' terms. Koch gava Germany seventy-two hours to think It over. The German delegation wanted Immediate peace. "Our armies urn In a desperate situation," begun Herr Erzcbcrgor, who headed tho delegation. "Wu want the lighting to stop right now, this mlnulr;." Fonh replied that tha allied army could not be stopped so abruptly, but Unit the Oermnnn had the allied terms, and that If they were acceptable, they IIOKIJBONTAt/ 1 Failure to lilt. » Kye. . 8 SlttcJUl of an 12 13 My. 14 To Inngulsh • ft Evergreen 37 nin of fare. 40 To omtilrtto. 41 Sketched. 4r> Lnst word of prnyor. 40 KiiRlc. 47 Ijttirnfng. 48 Chcnt. 40 Conducted. 50 Border. 1 Witticism* 2 Ruglc pljtnt. 4 Hang. 5 Musical 0 en in a. 0 To fell. 1 Newly wed \vivman. AN.SWEU 1 0 Prophet. 1 7 One. ISAVatchtowcr. 31 To sway. '.M Fruits. 'Jfi To i>tnnl. •HI To ;2To walk unsteadily. ::4 Trapped. ;!r» Walked Iiciiv- U.V. 8 (,'ond. f) Veg. tO Rlnrh II Fishing 10 Lnz.v person. 20 Chemical. 21 Humor. 22 -SMr. 23 To secure. 85 Courtesy title. 2flSln«Je thing. 27 Married. 29 To make ac« cordant. St Onr. 33 To untwine. M To squander. :t<t Mud. 87 Crazy. 49 Hour plum. 80 Fiber knnt^. 42 Wand. 43 Unit of Work. 44 Tiny. of «ufl«, ftirtdanes Arid ton* <rt mAteridf and Me Gctm&fi A6el. The OermafM /Jucceeded In retaining 6,000 machine guno, which they *«ld were needed Jn e«A« ot mutiny or Bolshevism, -whte)! then threatened the German forces. The rest 1* weU known to tha •world. Foch admitted he was in a nervouii state on the night preceding Nov. 11. At 2 o'clock in the morn- Ing, he w«u awake in his private ear. Swatting the German*. They arrived early, being escorted as usual through the French lines wearing tho white bnnner of parliamentary usage. At 6.15 A. m. When the sky was Htlll dark, In the g'are of electric lamp*, the act of armistice was signed In bold letters. More mysterious telegrams shot back and forth along the front, and buglers throughout the long miles of dark trenches sounded the call to "Cease Fire." It does not taka a vivid imagination to picture the slate of troops, those going to the front nnd those being relieved, when the cense flre order arrived from It a. m., and the la.it salvo roared through the he & w&y m t for the war fnlMstty, «hera ths act of artrtrttea with Mon*t«ur tfl iiftiihfel; yati* tforfc begin*. so much more delicious ivheft shaped into small balls and fried in a deep fat fryer. Qortoffs Fry Them in a Veep Pat Fryer Opportunity AgAlti Knocks At Taiir Door! Win $$00 in ca§h H. & L. Patten High Grade Furniture find Rugs At Moderate frlces 1017 Chestttut Avenue «elow Postofftco Enter The Chrlstm^t Treasure Hunt Contest § Entry ttlftnk *Ut be found on ruga 2 In tohlgnt's Mirror could so Inform Din allltia within the stipulated three days. Koch's terms ware uficotidltlona! surrender, Imme dlnte withdrawal from French and Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest Entry Blank! Clip this contest entry blank or secure an entry blank at the Altoona Mirror office. Then you are ready to proceed with the great Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest as directed on pages 18 and 19 in this evening's Mirror. CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNT CONTEST BLANK NAME ._. AIJJJKKSS rUQNK ., Christmas Treasure Hunt "POEM" Christmas Time 10 11 13 13 11 IS 16 «| IS 111 2L s s 20 25 27 30 31 as 34 36 •11 37 ft 30 44 •111 Bl (M fid 3S •IS 48 ...... io 83 M " 61 M 10 46 ........ 80 * ~ " 65 B»" UO 61 us UO «8 at as (10 " " TO "'" 71 73 7J 75 77 78 7l 80 til in 1)2 03 1M US us os 1UU After you have completed the poern, then select not more than fifteen words from it, and with these words write a Slogan about Christmas shopping in Altoona. ClllUSTMAS SLOGAN": . WINTER'S 50th ANNIVERSARY! IF YOU KNEW These Aeolian-built Pianos, There Would Not Be a Single One of Them Left by Saturday. IF YOU KNEW how completely one of these Grand pianos would transform your living room—how its gleaming beauty would enrich everything around it, and fill your home with a new atmosphere of distinction- IP YOU KNEW.... how easily it could be placed in a moderately sized room—for these pianos are the modern, small sized Grands— IF yOU KNEW how clear and sweet its tone is-^-what power and depth it ha&— IF YOU. KNEW. . .. of its superior construction—^but-what more do you need to know, as far as construction is concerned, than that it is made by the Aeolian Company —known internationally as manu- i facturers of nigh-grade pianos only—who have never before built a Grand piano to retail at less than $645— IF YOU KNEWell these things about these pianos— there would not be a single one of them left by Saturday. You would bring in the $25 initial payment necessary to secure one, tomorrow—or you would sit right down now and mail it in—advising us to hold one for you until you could come in and make your selection. . • . If you are not thoroughly familiar with this cooperative plan through which these pianos are being sold for $450 each, The initial payment necessary to obtain one of these pianos is $25. The $25 is deducted from the price, leaving $425 to be paid at $12.50 a month, plus a small carrying charge. Including Bench here' it is in brief i "Marge, 1 lovt your piano. It ftrtarajy n- loundi to mighty chords for all ill dainty appearaate" The Cooperative Sale was planned many mouths ago by the Aeolian Company with the cooperation of 12 of the leading retailers throughout the country, operating over 100 music stores. It is so economically sound, and so scientifically worked out that it Winter Music Store 1415 Eleventh Avenue 4 "Ya, this piano will fa a joy fa your borne; a* '' ' beautiful to tin tye as to thetar" V. ' \ enables us to offer for $450 a- Grand piano, : similar to those- being sold every day from $600 up. It is made by the Aeolian Company— the world's largest international producer of fine pianos, and the renowned manufacturer of the \ incomparable Duo-Art. The terms are the easiest upon which a Grand piano has ever been sold. $25 is all it takes to have the piano delivered to your home, and you get nearly three years to pay the balance at $12.50 per month, plus a small carrying charge. The whole plan is big, broad and lib- icral. You do not take a single chance. Every possible risk has been eliminated. 1st. THERE IS THE FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE, signed by the manufacturers -— The Aeolian Company —i arid , ourselves. ' "\ v 2nd. YOU MAY EXCHANGE THE PIANO WITHIN ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE, for any one of the celebrated makes carried by this house, without the slightest loss. SrdL ANYUNPAID PAYMENTS WILL BE CANCELLED IN THE EVENT OF YOUR DEATH and the piano left free of encumbrance— for your family to keep, With all these privileges, liberalities and safeguards in mind, we want to ask you a fair question. Can you afford not to put one of these instruments in your home in view of their infinite source of pleasure and jf entertainment to every f member of the family? f 4 Without any further obligation whatever, oi> nvy part, mail photographs and full detcrfptlon of lha Grand Pianos being *old on your cooperative plan* I I '4. / I STORE S Name Street and Number Copyright, 1919. by die Aeolian Company State

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