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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, August 29, 1920, Image 7

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THE gfcjN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1920.
ZAMORA IS ROUTED,
AMERICANS ESCAPE
Jalisco Bandit Defeated in
Four Hour Fight and
Troops Flee.
BEPORT8 OF FILIBUSTER
Alleged Band From United
Stntes Driven Back in
Sonora,
HtXlCO '"itt, Alia- 2S Americans and
British subjects who were captured by
Pedro ...:! . the Jalisco bandit, at
Cunle on AuKUit 10 are beMeve.1 to
have nnptd from the outlawii during
little near the town of Autliip. State of
Jalisco, this I'm. ui.ru: Renorti to this
cffvt were received by Oen. Rafael
Buelna, who m making nn Investigation.
Znmora's fnrcrs, numberhm ;ihout 400,
arera routed In the fight, wMeh lasted
four hours They loat forty-three killed
and fled In three groups, which 'ire being
closely pursued by (lovernnv nt troopi.
A rebel b ind said to have coma) from
the t'nlted States and bcllcwl to huve
been conirrvinded by Jose Marin May
torena, former Governor of Sonora,
clashed with Government forces nt Altar.
Honors, and were driven badt .toward
the United States, It was stated In a
report received here to-day front Gen.
Carlot Plank, chief of operations at
Cananea, of the same state.
The leriionnto srys that the rebela
lost two d-'id and six wounded nd de
clares they were North American filibusters.
VILLA'S FOLLOWERS
CO BACK TO FARMS
Former Rebeh Surrender
Their Armt and Ditperae.
Mnwco Crrr, Aug. IT. Work of mut
tering out the follower! of Francisco
Villa, the former rebel chieftain, wai
completed thle afternoon at Tlahualllo,
itate of Durango, according to a report
received from Oeneral Eugenlo Mar
tinea, who euperlntended the operation.
All of Villu s men aurrendered their
anna and ammunition and received pay
for three months. The balance of their
year'a pay, which waa promised, will
be liven them later. Ofrlcera were al
lowed to retain their platola for self
defense, and all the men were given
safe conducts and tranaportatlon to
their farms In the statea of Chihuahua,
Durango and Coahulla.
All took an affectionate farewell of
Villa, who advised them to avoid poli
tics and devote themselves to rustic
pursuits. Villa and Oeneral Martinet
will no to-morrow to Canutlllo, state
f Durango, where the former will be
established on a farm.
First Woman Jury Arts Past,
Indianapolis. Aug II, It took i Jury
nl twelve Women In the court Of liistlee
t the Pence T I,-1 t Uaholm hero to
iy Just five minute to rach a verdict
'n rult growing out nf n dlipute over
" thlkllig machine They decided In
f.-vor of the pWlntlff. It was the first
Jury of wo'.nen ever rnmmoned In n
l:ina, p.ni was composed of leading
vdmcn In all wal'ts of life In the city.
Pemiur Vwsh 198.000)000.
PriLA) ki-Pmia, Aug. 2S Th petal
fylvnlii Railroad to-duy (H . 'ibuted to
' mployees the bt'lli of the b ,ck pay or
. red In the decision of the united
Stvtes R-II way Leber Board of Jul H.
Appro Im telv 3n,000,000 vas distrib
ute ! tn tha I7S 000 to I1) "00 workers.
i-aai .mm mai
JrankUn Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, j;th fcf jSth Streets
AUTUMN
MILLINERY
Newest colors are Heart-of-France
(Blue), and Capiicine (Orange) in
hats of Georgette, Velvet, Duvetyne
Fine feathers make
fine hats is the axiom
of autumn millinery
hats have gay cocar
des, audacious quills,
short plumes or wilful
fringes of feathers.
22.00 to 50.oo
FRENCH MILLINERY SHOP
Fourth Floor
zAn Importation of
Qhantilly and Other
Veils from Paris
2.95 10 18.50 .
VEIL SHOP-Main Floor
FRANK
N
1M ON I C
A SJORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STRE.ETS
The fVometis and JiCisses' Shops Reflect
REFRESHING CHANGES OF FASHION
IN DAYTIME FROCKS FOR AUTUMN
Fashion is to dress, as a colored
light upon a fountain-varying in
effect what is constant in form,
delighting with the eternal en
chantmentofchange.Thisseason Paris makes vivifying changes
Moyen Age silhouette, higher
collars, longer skirts, in frocks of
Moroccan Crepe, Feldyne, Tricotine.
Shoes
En Tete Fashions Take
A Step in Advance
Strap Pumps
For Daytime
Occasions
combine Greek
straps with the
chic of French
heel$, the grace
of American
lasts, the price of
the lowered pro
duction costs.
Brown or black
kidskin or black
patent leather.
14.00
FEMININE SHOE SHOP '
Third Tint
ft.
Gloves
Glove Fashions go
to great lengths
(isiucdduricd Tak( th( tidg oj prices at iu tU
"Chiffon-Weight"
Silk Stockings
zAre fewest
and appropriate
for wear with
the strap pumps
and semi-formal
frocks of after
noon. Sheer
black silk, with
silk garter top.
5.50
FEMININE HOSIERY SHOP
Main Flttr
Small Furs
Qrow Into
Jong Stoles
and with au
tumn frocks, er
mine, the fur
originally worn
with Moyen Age
frocks, vies with
stoles of mole
skin or squirrel.
75.oo t0 265.oo
FEMININE FUR SHOP
Fourth Flior
Soft Suede
Qloves in
Three Quarter
French mous
quetaire models
are the lengths
to which fash
ion1 goes in new
gloves lower
prices for longer
gloves is the new
standard. Tan,
black or beige
are the colors.
7.50
FEMININE GLOVE SHOP
Mam Ftitr
WOMEN'S GOWN SHOP
Third Floor
franklin Simon a Co.
MISSES' GOWN SHOP
Second Floor
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