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m* Pa. At*. Ill 17th St. &Ui/&eaflb I Men's. 36c ra^.LadM* Be Pair; Neotta Whole Mm. Sc Pair; Leath in, U and II* Pound. All shoe repairing tool* It latta *e lb. Unit ? ?p. Mail Order* filled, fhe Capital Sbee Fladlaca Ca. or r ?L aw Pboae Main NO. W??5 . D C. Stelnwav 'pianos KktotPUsm Victrolu BEST BUILDINGS TO GET PRIZES r, Board of Trade Plans Awards to Encourage Construction in D. C. Arrangement* for the award of special prises by the Washington Board of Trade for the best apart*' orient hovihos and small commercial houses built in this city each year were announced yesterday at a meeting of the munictpal arts com mittee in the board rooms. Bronze tablets will be offered foi the best buildings in each of three classes determined by a jury of board members selected for their artistic, technical and practical qualifications. Chairman Appleton P. Clark. Jr., an nounced. The classes of buildings included are apartment house not exceeding four stories in height, generally the non-elevator type; apartment houses of Ave or more stories in height?the elevator type, and commercial houses not exceeding four stories in height. The bronze tablet may be plaeed on or in the building and a certifi cate will be given the owner, archi tect and builder. More than one award may be made in a class if circumstances justify it.* Elaboration of detail or orna mentation is not essential, it is pointed out. and. the jury will judge each building by its appropriate ness to its purpose, including site, use and neighborhood. Use of inexpensive materials will . be encouraged. The committee also I I Can a Wife Be Remodeled? Suppose a typical American, clean-cut. successful, marries a charming girl, who appeals to his senses but not to his intel ?5Ct. Suppose he determines to re model her. What would happen > Find the answer in 'Remodeling a Wife' A Serial by MILDRED K. BARBOUR This strikingly original de lineation of a cross section of life is appearing in The Washington Herald will consider arrangements for Are prevention, lighting, ventilation and provisions for cleaning and dis posal of refuse. Jt was pointed out that the classes of buildings designated were selected because it was thought they represent those In which greater improvement is possible. In the commercial class the large buildings usually take care of themselves, but smaller buildings are likely to be neglected. In the apartment house class, it was said, (here Is room /or considerable im provement. SALARY BOOST HEARINGS SET House Committee to Con sider Zihlman Pay Bill January 22. Action by the House District Com mittee on Representative Zth)man's bill providing: immediate salary in creases of from 10 to 40 per cent tor all District government em ployes will be instituted January 22. Chairman Mapes promised Reprei sentative Zihlman. yesterday after noon. At that time a subcommittee will be appointed to arrange for a hearing of promoters of the bill. It Is likely that the District Commis sioners. who have sent a letter en dorsing the bill, will be called to testify. W. P. Franklin, who is leading the i fight for the relief provided in the | Zihlman bill, conferred with Bepre- - sentative Zilhman and Chairman 1 Mapes yesterday afternoon, and ! urged early action. Representative Zihlman. while defending the half-and-half plaa before the House committee, point ed out that there are 242 employes in the District government who re ceive ll.OO'O or less a year. He de clared that eighty-flve employes re ceive only $50 a month. The Zihlman Sneasure would raise the salaries of about 1.000 municipal employes who are paid less than $2,500 a year. The com missioners have recommended that this increase be extended to include those receiving $4,000 a year, or less. CHICAGO DRY* WAX FACETIOUS OVER J. B. Chicago, Jan. it?John Barleycorn I Will not be laid to n>t without the | solemn funeral rites. Hit services j will be conducted by the United Pres byterian Sabbath Hcfcool next Sun day. Arrangeunts were completed today including John B.'s obituary notice, which will read: "Mr. Barleycorn, wbo has been In fallhut health tor several years, sus tained a severe stroke at midnight on June 30. 1913. which afterward con fined him to the basement. Formerly of a cheerful disposition, he was af terwards seldom seen to smile and v;as much troubled with cold feet. On pecember S. while reatSing a decision of- the Supreme Court, She was seen to Rasp end faintly tttUTtnured: "Rock me to sleep, mother.' He lingered un til ' Janusry 1? when he peacefully passed away forever from the United States." Capt. Frsnk B. Ebbert. national counsel for the Anti-Saloon League, 1 will officiate at the services. The pallbearers will be selected from a large list of applicants. Picking of Man to Run Will Be Fair, Predicts Hays '? ? San Francisco. C*l** J*"- 11?Will Hays. Republican Rational chairman, continued conferences here today with Pacific Coast leaders organizing for the coming; campaign. H^ys declared ne would see the se lection of a candidate by the Repub lican national convention "Is a fair and square Job." ''And the nominee of the Republican convention will be elected." he toncluded. The Home Atmosphere ?is brightened by fresh cut flowers. Order from Gude, 1214 F.?Adv. The First Pneumatic truck Tire Built ? .'* ? ' 1 4 'Mi t ?r - ? / This was the first truck equipped with Pneu matic Truck Tires?it was in 1911. The tires were 'Nobbies'?fore-runners of 'hobby Cords', the perfect pneumatic truck tires of today. % This Truck Is Now In Washington After eight years of continuous service on United States Pneumatic Truck Tires it is making a five thousand mile ^our to show how 'Nobby Cords' pneumatic t*uck tires:? keep the truck on the road prolong truck life relieve shock and strain lessen depreciation cut repair bills prevent breakages t increase operating radius save gasoline and oil consumption United States Tires are Good Tires Mr. T. W. Tayman, of the Tayman Motor Line, Forest - ville, Md., says he has ob tained better service from United States Nobby Cords than from any other make of tires ever used anJ that tires on two of his basses operating between Annapo lis, Md., and Washington, TERMS LEAGUE LIVING FORCE Wilson Calls for First Paris Session Sent Out to Seven Nations. The State Department yesterday made public the teit ot President Wilson's call for the first meeting, of the League of Natloae at Parte. January 1?. The Invitation* were aent to Oreat Britain. France, Italy. Japan. Bel gium. Bradi and Spain through the American embeeelee. "The President feele that it 1* un necessary tor him to point out the deep significance attached to this meeting or the Importance which it must assume in the eyes of the world," the call stated: "It will mark the beginning of a new era In International co-operation and the first icreat step toward the Ideal concert of nations. It will brine the league of nations Into being as a living force, devoted to the tark of assisting the peoples of all coun tries in their desire for peace, pros perity and happiness." Colored School Heads To Meet in Raleigh Raleigh. N. C., Jan. 13.?One hun dred and fifty colored school super visors, representing- iVrginia and North Carolina, are expected to arrive 'here tomorrow for the conference of 'the Jeanes and Plater Foundation ; groups of the two States. Among the most prominent will be 'James H. Dillard. of Charlottesville, Va.. president of the Jeanes and Slater iboards; Jackson Davis, of Richmond. | Southern director; Arthur D. Wright. | of Richmond, and State Agent C. C. AMUSEMENTS. MCraofairs?FaHlthy ETR OPOLITAn 10.10 A. N. te II P. M. ALL THIS WEEK Alice LAKE WITH A CAST OF STARS IX A GHBAT PLAY "SHOULD A WOMAN TELL?" H\ROI,l) LLOYD In "Hand ?? Mouth."?of the II a la II a la.** ? New* ? ^Poet and Peasant" Overt are?'Topic* of the Day. KUUIUl-S. Iltllrt M. It H nickebbockeK Today, Beglanlng at ? P. M. Male ?And? Female Cecil H. l>eMllle*a Plcturlaa tloa of llarrie'a "Admirable Crichton" WITH ALL-STAR CAST ? Flrat dumber Mnalc Co a cert, Friday. XulA W A ROM AN P ARK HOTEL Berkshire String Quartette Mr*, lira. Peahhdy Kuatla, Pinniat Ticket*. S2.no. at hotel and 1221 F Street. Phone* M. .lOAA. Fr. BELASCO THEATER Russian Symphony Orchestra MODF.ST ALTSCHI LRR. t ond'r MMK. F.MMA ROHCKT*. < ontralto Sololwt Ticket*. r^.OO. *|JMl. gl.eft?llela?<-o Theater and 1221 F Street. Phone* Main WW?, Famklla 2MW POLI'S *???!?>. Jaa. v 1 " 2a. 4iM\ P.M., Third Oarrrl Dlploaaall.ur Mine. Tamaki Miura The Incomparable Butterfly millo pir.ro Baritone Metropolitan Opera Coh and one great aeaaatfloaal treat, la JOINT RKCITAL Ticket*, f I to W. at v*V*hcater and 1221 F < Anaell. Bishop A Turner) Phonea?Main .*105?. Franklin BELASCO THEATER F>"Vio Fourth Concert Diplomatique Marguerite D'Alvarez Peruvian Contralto. Chicago Opera Company, and Toacha Seidel (. Maater Ylollalat IN JOINT RFCITAL Ticket*. SLIM) to P-HO, at Theater aad at Anaell, Blabop A Turner. 1221 F St., Main Fr. Sa?BE8T-BEUiSC0^;'hr^ DIRECTION MESSRS. SI1UBERT 1CTOR. HERBERT' w.yj " mr^ Tffmwmzir.YA MY GOLDEN GIR Next 1 WAX INK LlXlt?TT I Heat. Moa. | la "Trinaed la BrsrtafJ Thar. JASCHA HEIFETZ VIOI.H RKCITAI. Ki(i?al TkurMlH). Jaauary 13. 4 bin Seats now on sal. at Mrs. Green s Concert Bureau IB Droop"., 11th & G RESORTS. " ATLAHTIC CfTT. 1 ^yHC^-flUKirfln AMUSEMENTS. P" ; fOORES AMUSEMENTS. RIALTO mm at ? II *. IL?ILL WKCK?II r. M. THEATER D. W. GRIFFITH nmiMTfl , PRESENTS "THE GREATEST QIESTKHT A MomtmUm Drama of Today-the Subject of Profound Intercut to AO-h Then a HrrtaArrT o . , _ A KUMT NATIONAL ATTRACTION SpeciAl Orchc?tr?tion fiAM Fe cr MtCXT WEEK XI Firm National Exhibitor* Prment CONSTANCY TALMAOOE In a Saucy Picture of a Maid and Tkm Mtn "TWO WKKI" MOORE'S GARDEN THEATER NIWTH. BKT. DAB -11 I Engagement Extended by Public Demand J. PARKER READ, Jr* Pi cm Hits LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER Zfqutl to uTtu Lone Wolf and "Falm Font* ?y Loni Joseph Yinrci Orrhfttnl SHtlag SEXT WEEK? LIONEL BARRYMORE Ja A >u/uMtiu Thomas' Great Plan ?THK ( OPPKKHr.AD" A Paramount Artcra.fi Special MOORE'S STRAND THEATER SIXTH AT D -ALL WEEK?11 P. M. Commodore J. Stuart BlackUm Presents "My Husband's Other Wife" FEATURING SYLVIA BREAMER and ROBERT 60II0R WITH ALL STAR CAST First Jf$ Love! Then IV* Marriage.' And 7Vn?f M???. Start tabjeef*. vr HEXT W EEK 13 The Popular Sent* Star MAE MIRK AT ia MA MORMON MAIB" orR CitEMT OP HOXOR. Hoa H W. Blair, ta Mm* Author of Flrat Prohibition Amend Loyalty to All the Peoples' Laws! Reform Bareaii Knfon-emei LIBERTY HI T WEDNESDAY. 7 M P. M. TBI RRDAT. ? P. M. ANARIHY ritoriTEEKI N?? BOOT LGi,i.IN<; MIST OO. NEXT PRESIDENTS < HIEE JOB? WHO * riT> "CITIZENS limT HEI.P f AITHPTX OFFICIAL* AND EXPOSE THE l*S FAtTHFl'L WEDNESDAY 7.90 p. m Uu?, led bj Mr. rVrrt Pouter, with eaacert aad m ral Kcofeh ~4o? by Daetd Beid aad "Yanke* Roy*. It'a l*p To Yn." bv Or. I. P. Patch. KpwbM va the Hi annate rule tv Tope. tH-aaloa Bool*. 4'iareaee True VTilaoa. Ballot* for "di*" Preal deatial candtdatea of both partie* takea at dear. Cliatoa Howard ? "JOY RUNE TO THE <;RAYE Q* JOHN HARLSY COIN." Transferred fruta Thurada; to - 'mi. THt'RSDAT. t r- ? Addreaw hr At torae? General A Mttcbell Falser al?< by t'oerrewamen Vpahaw and Hoe? an?l Prohibit!.* ( waiMbair Eraser Um r b j David Re id LOEWS ALACI | Caatlaaaa*. IQsRB a. 1. 11 p. at ! 1 TODAY AMD ALL WEEK CHARLES RAY "RED HOt'dOLLARS" ? AM. NEXT WEEK I "THE BRLRYRB CHEATER" |?Kstir \rharhlr la ~4.araee' mii.HT ?harp Maiv Tli a?d Sntardaj THIS WEEK OXI.% AL JOLSON SIN BAD Pfrtamaafr Xrmt 1 CLOEW'S fi olumbiA I Caatlawaa*. IBsRB a. 11 p. ah I,ART TIMES TODAY ENID BENNEn -THE WO*AM ISI THE surrcAW llricianlaa Taatrraw DORD KEXYOX IX "THE IIA A DKIO \.** Kigkl *'?? Mck< dnu Km A. M. W(Kl?? Prrwaln 1^* *" ????** Un4?R < ?Mrd j Smrrrm. TILLY of BLOOMSBURY H> M A JOR I AX M A% * With a Notable <ompaa? O. P. Reggie Uwrrarr t.raat E?a LH.alHeaae Aad Meiabcra of the Orlglaal Laa doa ? aat t bECOXD SERIE9 PHILHARMONIC COURSE POLI'S THEATER, 4:30. Jaa. U Mbm-. l.alli-CarHi Jaa. 3N?. Jaacf Hafaasn; Mar. 3. Mabel Car riaaat Mar. J7. Maae. Tetraaalait I Mar. 23. Krttr KnUlrr. I Heaaon ticket* now ??? Mlf at If r* Grem'i | t'oacart Bureau in Droop'a. 13th and ti Btv | ATION AL SSItSTSS Matlaee Tadaj. Mr ta COHAX A HARRIS Prearata GOING UP Startlai THE t.REAT PLA1 JOHN FERGDSON AM. STAR Ida Taaishl NiM?Mat. Taasarraw OI.IVEII MORORCO pre?eata The Harvard PHsr Play "Mamma's Affaira" A r?w<; ky Karkel ItmrtM Matter nlth ai CAST, -laeladiaK l-'.lRr hlanaaa. Habert E KatkrHpe Kaelrri. Amelia ? [haui, Lrarcr I.a (.acre. St. Leo a wad Mttle Hilly M XT NO AY?SEAT* NOW Edgar Belwya mm* A. H. Waal" Prearat / A Caaedy la S A eta By Avery Hop wood The Greit Illusion Adapted fraas.tfce F reach af Sm hn V*ultry, With 6MMWB KLATKAl'. GAIL KAXE. GRRTRIJDE A A X OEH HILT. EHXEST LAMBERT aad atbera I. Y. SYMPHONY ORCHESTM WAITER DAMROSCH. C aadactilj THESDAT NATIONAL 4:30 THEATER (XlM PERCY CKAIXGRR. Plaalat rick eta. fc.stl. R3.00. SUM. ai.oo? ??ee T. Art bar hallk. I.MM <? M. B.F. KEITH'S ?up OAILY.-u SUM. ,, HOL TS. Qnrraea" Pact MARIE CAHILL "THE SPANISH SEVBE" l? AKTUT*. ? MM*. 10 t?4TI Rl' ANN <IKAY UOCKWBI I ? n<X HVUH HEKBKBT Tk. I/iiMbi rk KALLIPOLIS GROTTO BAND AND DRILL CORPS AKXOIM'IC TMKIK FIRST DANCE oi the NEW TEAR lIMMRMAL) NKW WII.I.ARD HOTEl. THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1920 ADMIOKIOK, (141 PHI 1M?> mm Hail* M It rili >1 G A Y E T Y r BOSTON I AN BURLESQUE SB DARCIRb DOU S. Rett Wi FOLLY Stll aad bilS q I THE MtONIt.HT MAIDENS , Kllk iJ.m >lku a Hdw mrmt WrrMtes Tk.r^.. Olfkl i Jw T???.l < ' .11 wi Um' I*. ja^ttwi da Rn^rfc a*, f*. ?o>