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Retire Voluntarily as City Fears
Siege; Description of De
Facto Defeat
CARRANZA NOT TO WITHDRAW
El Paso, Oct. 25.-The main body
of Villistas are voluntarily retiring
today in the direction of San Isidro,
west of Chihuahua City, pursued by
Mexican de facto troops, according to
reports made to United States au-
thorities by refugees arriving here to-
day. The Villistas withdrawal began
yesterday but heavy outposts were left
entrenched about fivesmiles outside
the city until today. Shots were ex-
changed-between Carranzistas and the
bandit outposts.
Today outposts and the rear guard
of the Villistas have withdrawn to
Palomas, 20 miles west of the cap-
ital, where the main body of bandits
are continuing westward. Until the
bandit outposts marched away, the de
facto military authorities believed
Villa's entire forces were outside the
city and that the city was virtually in
a state of siege.'

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ARCADE,,
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Wed.-25-Clara Kimball Young in "Park
Silence"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon. 15c.
Thur.-25-Irene Fenwick in "A Child of
Destiny" (Ret.); BILLIE BURKE in
"Gloria's Romance" (4th Chap. "The
Social Vortex").
Fri.-27-Nance O'Neil in "The Iron Wo-
man"; Drew Comedy.

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
&:x5, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays coninuous.
Thur.-Fri.-26-27-Sessue Hayakawa in
"The Honorable Friend." Also Bray
Cartoons.
Sat.-42a. B. Warner in "Shell 43." Also
Triangle Comedy, De Wolf Hopper in
"Puppets." Eve. [5c.
Sun.-Mon.-29-30-Lou Tellegen in "The
Victory ofConscience." Also Holmes
Travels.
STUDENTS
The Place to Buy
H A T S
IS AT THE
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St.
Next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
ASK ANYBODY
We Have the Style ALL the While

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ANN ARBOR'S CIVIC ASSOCIATION
PRESENTS
ANN ARBOR DY
WITH
MISS MIRIA M HUBBARD
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Every student, every school child, and 20,000 citIZers
ia moving pictures.
Commencing Thursday Night,
October 26, and three performances daily,

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Washington, Oct. 25.-The defeat of
Carranza's general, Ozuma, with 3,000
men by Villistas in battle at Palomas
several days ago, is described in a
dispatch from General Bell at El
Paso, forwarded ',today by General
Funston, which says: "A prominent
officer from Chihuahua City says that
one of the commanding officers of the
Ozuma army told him the following
story of the battle of Palomas:
"'General Ozuma had about 3,000
men, and they had taken out 11 trains
loaded with provisions, ammunition and
troops, besides the cavalry, when near
Palomas Villa sent 200 men to inter-
cept them and give battle for a few
minutes, retreating, and fighting as
they retreated.
"'Then Villa sent another detach-
ment in behind Ozuma's forces, cut-
ting the railroad and telegraph lines,
and also attacking Ozuma's forces.
"'Ozuma followed the retreating
mo Villistas in to a canon in the foot-
hills, and there the Villistas attacked.
Meanwhile Salazar had stationed about
20 men every 100 yards for more than
" two miles, and as Villa attacked the
front, Salazar attacked the flank,
which caused a stampede, many of
Ozuma's men throwing away their
arms as they ran like scared sheep.
"'The Villistas killed or captured
more than 1,000, and also captured all
their trains of provisions. The Car-
ranzistas fled to Fresno, where they
tried again to made a stand, but Villa
drove them into Chihuahua and soon
had his headquarters only five, miles
outside the city.'

ALL SEATS 25

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and Prof. Kenyon, of the University of Michigan
Matinees at 3 P. M. No Reserved
Night 7:30 and 9. Seats.

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Washington, Oct. 25.-The Mexican
embassy today officially branded as
"pure invention" reports that General
Carranza is preparing to withdraw as
leader of the de facto government in
Mexico, and perhaps leave the coun-
try. At the same time the embassy
discounted reports as to the strength
of Villa. It was declared that he has
not more than 500 men at the most.
It was charged that intervention and
anti-Carranzistas are doing everything
possible to weaken the de facto gov-
ernment on the eve of the constitu-
tional convention at Queretaro. Re-
garding the visit of Mrs. Carranza and
Mrs. Obregon to the American side of
the; border, it is purely on personal
business,, the embassy said, and they
will shortly return to Queretaro.
Washington, Oct. 25.-In a dispatch
from General Bell forwarded by Gen-
eral Funston to the war department
today, it is asserted that "before the
departure of the regular passenger
train yesterday morning (from Chi-
huahua City), General Trevino con-
fidentially advised certain parties to
get their families out of Chihuahua at
once, as while he had plenty of men
he was short of ammunition, and
thought he would have to evacuate
Chihuahua."

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
4:00 o'clock-Fresh lits hold nom-
inations, room 101 economics building.
7:00 o'clock-Commerce club elec-
tion of members, Druid's rooms, above
Switzer's hardware store.
7:00 o'clock-Mandolin club re-
hearsal, U-hall auditorium.
7:15 o'clock-Classical club meets,
room A Memorial hall.
7:30 o'clock-Keystone club smoker
at Michigan Union.
8:00 o'clock-Meeting of girls' up-
per section of Deutscher Verein.
Tomorrow.
4:00 o'clock-Meeting of junior laws,
room C law building.
4:05 o'clock-Meeting of soph lit
class, room 101 economics building.
U-Notices.
Everyone out for the cross country
team report to Coach Farrell this aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock to run over the
course.
The first regular rehearsal of the
Mandolin club will be held tonight at
7 o'clock in U-hall auditorium. The
club will be picked at this time and all
tryouts are urged to be present.
RICH AMERICAN WEDS PRINCE
Miss Margaret Draper Marries Andrea
Doncompagni in Washington

"Te Social Vortex"~
CHAPTER FOUR OF GLORIA'S ROMANCE
With the new chapter of Gloria's Romance
shown for the first time, a real heart story is begin-
ning to unfold. Gloria, who has been a child, now is a woman with
a woman's capacity for love, jealousy and hate. . Billie is fairly
living her romance, so convincing is her playing. See the wonder-
ful Lucile ball gown she wears this week. It was specially designed
for her by Lady Duff Gordon. The cast is unexcelled, the produc-
tion beautiful in the extreme. See the new chapter toether with a
synopsis of what has gone before. Don't miss it. See it at
Regular 5 Reel Feature Prograi Addition
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LORoIA?

Presented by
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Supported by HENRY KOLKER
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Washington, Oct. 25. - Another
American heiress became a foreign
princess today. Miss Margaret Pres-
ton Draper, known as the "richest
girl in New England," became the
bride of Prince Andrea Doncompagni,

of an old and once wealthy Italian
family.
The Italian prince, her youthful
sweetheart when her father, William
F. Draper, was ambassador to Italy,
won her hand according to Rome re-
ports, in a hot rivalry with another
Italian nobleman. His Eminence Car-
dinal Gibbons performed the ceremony
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at the home of Mrs. William F. Draper,
the bride's mother.
Victor Victroias ana complete stock
of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110
South Main street. oct3tf
Leave your film at the Delta.
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