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them lor you.
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614 9th St. N.W.
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8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
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for those with impaired hearing:
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Chicken Salad — —
Chicken salad made
famous by Lotos Ko tivvino
Lantern. All select ... so deduct
chicken — with torn- on average
atoes and other re- ISc tip and
freshing Summer veg- this dinner is
etables. Truly a actuallv 60c.
homemade rolls and
your choice of des
733 17th St. N.W.
WONDtK HOTtl Of WASHINGTON
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SUMMER RATES FROM $2.00
Where the food it
really delicious. The
pick of the market
K . "Speaks lor
tastily arranged and Itself
served in surroundings of distinc
Luncheon ... Tea .. . Dinner
1643 Connecticut Ave.
Phone North 8918
ONE DINNER. SIM
TW O DINNERS, $1.01
Meaty, Fall-Si*e Chicken. Fried
Golden Brown, with Mashed Potatoes
and Real Chicken Gravy, Olmsted
Salad, Rolls and Batter, and De
licious Orienta Coffee.
$1.01 (2 Dinners) Tomorrow
11 AM. to 10 P.M.
Refrigerated Air—Free Park in ι
1336 G Street
July 8-9. 22-23: August 5-6. 1920;
September 2-3, 16-17
Round $16.80 Tr'P
Eastern Standard Time
8 15 P.M., 11.00 P.M. 7:40 A M.
Tickets good in Pullman cars on pay
ment of usual charges.
Ask Agents Xor Illustrated folder
The Ideal Route to Niagara
Falls through the beautiful
WHERE TO DINE.
τιλ du ana
Luncheon, X5c; Dinner. «Se
Enchiladas. Tama les Tortillas, Chile
con Came, Frijoles con Queso,
Arroz con Polio. Huevos a Caballo
1321 New York Ave. N.W.
Just East of 1 Ith NatΊ 7911
(OPEN TILL 4 A.M.. Daily and Sunday»
Toll House Tavern
SILVER SPRING. MARYLAND
"Of All Dinners"
—folks say they ever had. Mr» K s Is
the best. The delicacies, many made by
Mrs Κ herself, appeal to all lover» of
good and wholesome food.
Phone Shepherd 3500
—about your Guest Luncheons. Tea·.
Dinners. Parties and Sunday Morninr
The Gardens are delightful, or you
may be served In the quaint old Rooms
of the Tavern.
ILS OF EUROPE
i TO BE DIAGNOSED
World Thinkers Called for
Session in Rome That Will
By the Associated Press.
ROME. June 28.—A thorough ex
amination of the subject "Europe" is
to be made here in November in an
effort, from a strictly intellectual view
point. to diagnose her ailments and
prescribe a cure.
The case is considered so extraor
dinary that it has interested the Royal
Academy of Italy and prompted its
president. Senator Guglielmo Marconi,
to call an international meeting of
thinking men. the sum of whose opin
ions, however clashing, may give rise
to a solution.
That Europe's position as a guiding
force for world civilization is beset by
ever-increasing difficulties is quite
frankly stated in the announcement of
the meeting, just published.
Her authority today is challenged on
all fronts and openly denied on some,
a statement signed by Marconi and Vit
torio Sclaloja, in charge of organizing
the meeting, admits. "New civiliza
tions oppose her," it says. "She is no
longer alone in giving expression and
style to human life."
"Thought and Ideas."
In seeking a way out the academy
feels that the problem should be re
garded first as one of "thought and
ideas," not yet having entered the con
cretely political phase.
"It is necessary to throw a light on
the substantially spiritual foundation
of the present European crisis," say
Marconi and Scialoja. "Then the sub
ject 'Europe' must be defined, as well as
the past and present factors of her
civilization and the internal and extra
European causes of her situation.
"The consequences to be expected
can be thus judged and there can be
found, if not the solution of her urgent
questions, then at least the direction in
which it should be sought.
"In short it is necessary to clarify or
possibly weld a European consciousness
of the European problem. It is a task
that tomorrow will be political, but is
today primarily intellectual."
If the convention finds a way ta
create a new European order to replace
the internal struggles so destructive of
the necessary quality of solidarity, it
will have merited the purpose for which
it has been called, the academicians
More in detail, they express hope that
the meeting will cause Europe, at least
in her dominant and responsible
spheres, to recover consciousness of
herself and her destinies and missions.
Blame "Largely oil Europe."
They place a large part of the blame
for her situation on Europe's own
shoulders. She has contributed to it,
they declare, by a "submissive un
certainty" of the value of her civiliza
tion, by auto-criticism in regard to the
real consistence and legitimacy of her
historic rights, and by the violent rup
ture of her equilibrium through the
great war, followed by increased politi
"Embltterment to the point of ex
asperation," shown In "destructive
antagonisms that keep alive the war
devastations, with the long travail of
a peace not reached and perhaps diffi
cult to reach on the present basis," also
Is cited. In the midst of the crisis
Europe Is pictured as in open political
discord and without defense even
against the results oi depressions on
Intellectual leaders from all European
countries are expected to attend the
convention, to be held November 14-20.
It will afford them an opportunity to
exchange ideas in an atmosphere
which, it Is promised, will be Iree of
FOUR GOLDEN PEASANTS
INHABIT POTOMAC PARK
Four baby golden pheasants are now
an added attraction of the Potomac
Park system. Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d.
I director of public buildings and public
parks, announced today. The quartet
is being reared from eggs hutched in a
cage south of the Reflecting Pool of the
Prank T. Gartside. chief of the park
division of the office of public build
ings and public parks, utilized the
services of bantam hens In hatching
the young birds. If feasible at a later
date, the birds will be turned loose in
the park after they have become ac
climated to their surroundings.
SCHOOLGIRL CHOSEN FOE
MARY Ε. BALL,
Twenty-two, is taking time off from her
studies at the University of Chicago to
serve with the Tennessee delegation at
the Democratic National Convention.
—A. P. Photo.
FOR INDIA WEIGHED
Decision on Communal Issue
to Precede Parleys With
By thr Associated Prtss.
LONDON. June 28.—A comprehensive
plan for a future constitution of India,
embodying both the aspects of federa
tion and provincial autonomy, will soon
be presented In a bill to Parliament, Sir
Samuel Hoare, secretary of India, an
In detailing the steps preliminary to
the bill's introduction, Sir Samuel ex
pressed on behalf of the government
the opinion that settlement of the out
standing questions In India would only
be delayed by formal sessions of large
bcdies like the round-table conferencc.
It was therefore proposed to reach a
decision on the communal question first,
he said. Then, if the units concerned
would give adequate assurance that they
were prepared to federate, and If the
interests which need safeguarding were
adequately protected, definite proposals
would be submitted by the cabinet to se
lect committees of the Lords and the
House of Commons.
The committees would hear repre
sentatives of Indian opinion to insure
that the proposals reflected sufficiently
the views of the country. When the com
mittees reported satisfaction with the
provisions these would be embodied in a
bill to be presented for full debate in
Parliament, he explained.
Known practically wherever mankind
j exists, the house fly may be said to be
ι truly cosmopolitan, its range extending
! even to the Arctic and Antarctic circles,
I though its abundance and activity ln
I creases with a rise in temperature.
TODAY S AMUSEMENTS.
R-K-O Keith'·—"Bring Έηι Back
Alive." at 11:42 am.. 1:24, 3 06, 4:48,
6:30, 8:12 and 9:54 p.m.
Palace— Red Headed Woman." at
11:50 am., 1:45, 3:45, 5:40, 7:40 and
Earie—"The Dark Horse," at 11:15
a.m.. 1:50, 4:40, 7:25 and 10:05 p.m.
Stage shows at 12:50, 3:40, 6:25 and
Loew's Fox—"Bachelor Affairs," at
11:45 a.m.. 1:55, 4:35, 7:15 and 9:15
p.m. Stage shows at 1:10, 3:50, 6:30
and 9:10 p.m.
Metropolitan—"No Greater Love," at
11:18 a.m., 1:04, 2:50, 4:36, 6:22, 8:08
and 9:56 p.m.
Columbia—"Lena Rivers," at 11:10
a.m., 12:55, 2:45, 4:30, 6:20, 8:10 and >
j 9:55 p.m.
Tivoli—"Strange Love of Molly
! Louvain," at 2:30, 4:15, 6:05, 7:50 and
Central—"Society Girl", from 11 a.m.
I to 11 p.m.
Ambassador—"The Dark Horse," at
6:15, 8:05 and 9:55 p.m.
SOLDIER GETS 90 DAYS
ON ASSAULT CHARGE
Wife and Daughter of Policeman
Alleged to Have Been Attacked
by Corbert Hager, Fort Myer.
Convicted of assaulting a policeman's
; wife and daughter, Corbert Hager, 26,
I Fort Myer soldier, was sentenced to 90
I days in jail by Judge John P. MoMahon
in Police Court yesterday.
Shortly thereafter. Judge Gus A.
I Schuldt ordered Hager to pay a $10 flhe
I for intoxication.
Pvt. Samuel F. Smith, first precinct,
testified Hager last night drove up to
his home in the 3500 block of Sixth
street, grasped Mrs. Helen Smith and
attempted to pull her into his automo
When the daughter, Louise, went to
her mother's aid, Smith said, Hager
struck her. Smith, who was In his
ι house at the time, responded to his
wife's screams and arrested the soldier.
U. S. Royal
Two Carloads of High-Grade, Brand-New
TIRES AND TUBES
Phone Col. 4t38.
29x4.40 ..$2.65 28x5.25
29x4.50 ..12.95 29x5.25
30x4.50 ..$2.95 30x5.25
28x4.75 ..$3.65 31x5.25
29x5.00 ..$3.85 28x5.25
30x5.00 ..$3.85 29x5.50
31x5.00 ..$3.95 30x6.00
32x5.00 ..$4.25 31x6.00
TO BE LIQUIDATED
At American Storage Co.
2801 Georgia Ave. N.W.
Open Sundays. Λ A.M. to 1 P.M.
No Phone· Orders—No Deliveries
To Be Sold Single Parcel or Bulk Lota
Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
TRUCK TIRES, 50% OFF
We Are Authorized to Sell Entire Warehoute Stock of Tiret
Discount on Above Prices on Two or More Tires
Mr. Τ read well
was Hot .
but His Motor
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY.
' During my recent vacation 1 had occasion to give
Germ Processed Oil a real test, driving some 1,600 miles,
temperature from 105 degrees to 111 degrees. The car
never previously stayed as cool, and drove nicer, and 1
attribute it to no other cause than the use of Germ
Processed Oil. Yours truly,
"T. P. TREAD WELL."*
Although Mr. Treadwell is Chief of the Fire Depart
ment at Fort Collins, Colorado, he must have been pretty
hot in weather like that!
But in spite of 105 to Ill-degree weather, his motor
didn't heat up ! Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil with
stands heat better because Conoco's exclusive, patented
Germ Process gives it extra "oiliness" other oils don't
have. That extra oiliness reduces motor operating tem
peratures. It guards against thinning out caused by heat
and crankcase dilution. It gives Germ Processed Oil
And, no matter how hot the weather, the Hidden
Quart stays up in your motor and never drains away.
It's always on duty when you start, cutting down costly
wear during the starting period, when almost half of all
motor wear occurs.
For Summer, for Winter, any time — Conoco Germ
Processed Motor Oil is a better oil for your car.
Change now at any Conoco Red Triangle station.
"Ù This unpaid testimonial is on file at Conoco headquarters.
PARA F FI Ν BASE
βο/ a quart
THE HIDDEN QUART
THAT NEVER DRAINS AWAY
VOTED IN FLORIDA
Democrats Select Candidates
as Polls Are Guarded
By the Associated Press.
JACKSONVILLE, FlaJune 28 —
Three congressional races and a contest
for the governorship, in addition to sev
eral lesser State offices, will be decided
today in Florida's second Democratic
Chief interest of voters centered on
the outcome of the races for Governor
and Congressman at large. For the
latter post Mayor John Alsop, jr., of
Jacksonville opposed W. J. Sears, for
mer Representative from the fourth
Florida district. Both campaigned on
platforms advocating resubmission of
the prohibition issue to the people.
Former Gov John W. Martin and
David Sholts, Daytona Beach attorney,
high men in a field of eight in the first
primary June 7, were candidates for the
In the other two congressional con
tests J. Hardin Peterson faced Herbert
J. Drane of Lakeland, incumbent, in the
first district, and Millard Caldwell of
Milton opposed Representative Tom A.
Yon in the third district.
The second primary campaign has
been enlivened by discovery of alleged
attempts at election fraud in several
parts of the State, principally in the
three largest cities, Jacksonville. Miami
and Tampa. Officials arranged for spe
cial guards at the polls in those places.
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7th St. Wharve»
Tel. Ν A. 2440
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CAFETERIA 719 13tk
I.uncheon. S5e: Dinner. Mr: Alway· ChI
Women cooks under trained dietitian
Not connected with Olnev Inn 'Md.>
Bigger tad -letter Funeral·
Ai H*lf th· Civil Cm! Λγ· Don·
Largeit in the City
A Whole Funeral (or ax CCC
low as Hr"*»
Phone or urite your Addres».
We trill tend you a beautiful
catalogue of How We Do It.
for Your "OVER THE FOURTH" Trip
it is nec
FOR CARS THAT ARE
No. 9 $3'45
1—Thoroughly clonic inside at ra
diator and eoolinr intern by
latest type Marquette Sever··
2— Inspect radiator for leaks.
4—Examine water pomp — repack If
5—Renew radiator cap gasket if nec
NOTE — We will guarantee year
motor not to overheat after this
Just before your trip be sure
your motor behaves. (Note:
Most rear-end troubles are not
caused by lack of grease, but
by faulty motor performance.)
1—Clean and synchronize distrib
S—Clean and adjust «park plus·.
—Test and set ignition timing.
4—Clean fuel supply screens.
ft—Adjust fan belt.
7—Tlchten all water hose connec
ft—Inspect all ignition wiring.
Β—Teat distributor head.
In addition, a complete inspection
and report on the true condition
of your car.
Look at these astounding prices
which our large volume of busi
ness enables us to offer:
Your Car Serviced
—if desired. No extra charge.
Free Diamond Cab Transpor
tation Ticket on request.
Phone Us for a Free Inspection and Report on Your Car
—At Your Home or Business—Anywhere—Any Hour
IN all the tires sold with our guarantee—no customer has ever called
for an adjustment on
TAX FREE for the Present
—Plus a Liberal Trade-in Allowance on your old tires if ordered NOW.
IT'S FAR CHEAPER TODAY to ride on new Firestone Tire» than
■ on old, risky ones. Why take chances—or endanger lives—when you
can buy Firestone Extra Values at such unbelievably low prices, less
our liberal trade-in allowance, less the Tax—and get the MOST in
Safety and Service that money can buy.
Drive in TONIGHT! GET THE MOST out of your old tirei
while this special offer last*.
r* Pa it
Other St—» Proportionately l-oie
Come in. Compare sections cut from Firestone Tires, special brand
tires and others. See for yourself how Firestone give· you Extra Values
at no extra cost. Whatever your requirements may be, we can save you
money and serve you belter.
ANY SERVICE—ANY CAR—ANY HOUR
614 H St. N.W. District 2775
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NOW FRANK BUCK'S
'BRING ΈΜ BACK ALIVE'
Added MICKEY MOl'SE Cartoon
• What Price Hollywood"
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MORE THAN FIFTY OTHER
AMUSEMENTS AND ORCH.
OF ELEVEN FOR DANCING
JAMES DUNN. PEGGY SHANNON and
SPENCER TRACY. _'SOCIETY GIRL."
Γ A DAI IMA nth Λ N.C. Ave·. S.E.
LAKULinA LAW AND ORDER. with
WALTER HUSTON and HARRY CAREY.
nbri V :>« r>. An.. Ph. W. NN
V>ll\LLb Home of the Mirror Sereea.
THOMAS MEIGHAN. CHARLOTTE GREEN
WOOD. CHEATERS AT PLAY."
BARBARA ROBBINS in "YOUNG AMER
CAIDI AWN anacostia. d. C.
rAIKLAWn MARION MARSH In
■ BEAUTY AND THE ΒΟβ8."
I VDir GAITHERSBURG. MO.
llftlt W. HUSTON In "TOΤ PARADE."
Double Feature—WALTER HUSTON In
BEASTS OP THE CITY." Also FRED
RIC MARSH and KAY FRANCIS la
' STRANGERS IN LOVE.''
CTÀMTHN ~ 6th and C 8t». N.I.
u I ΑΠ 1 UIl Finest Sound Equipment
HELEN TWELVETREES. ERIC LINDEN.
CLIFF EDWARDS In ' YOUNG BRIDE *
CTATC BETHESDA. MD.
JlAlL· Home of Westem-Eleetrie Sound
JAMES CAGNEY. THE CROWD ROARS.'*
4th and Butternut Sta.
ΤΑΥΏΜΑ 4,h *nd Butter
iAKUmA Nj Parkin* 1
"The Rich Are Always With Us1
HIPPODROME Double Feature
• CRACKED NUTS. "
MT. RAINIER. MD.
BORN TO LOVE'
ARCADE ΗΥΑΤΤ&νπχκ· MD·
RICHMOND *' Today' *'
Walter Huston In "Night Court."
' AMBASSADOR c«i,*m.*,n.w.
CO ; "THE DARK HORSE."
3 APOLLO 624 H 8t· NE
W ; WALTER HUSTON. ANITA PAGE,
I ! NIGHT COURT." And Cartoon.
5 AVALON MeKlnley St.. D. C.
! JOAN CRAWFORD BOB MONT
AI GOMBRY In "LETTY LYNTON."
1 AVENUE GRAND 1\.
] RUTH CHATTERTON. RICH ARB
I H ! ALWAYS WITH U8." GEO. BRENT.
ι . CENTRAL ™ 1
1 Γ/Ν JAMES DUNN. PEGGY SHANNON,
I SOCIETY GIRL Comedy.
2 COLONY G"Avt * FErr"Bt ·*
QC JOHN BARRYMORE in "STATES AT·
TORNEY " ALICE JOY Reel.
HOME ffl,c st NE·
IRENE DUNNE. RICARDO CORTEZ.
'SYMPHONY OF SIX MILLION."
SAVOY 14tk * CoL Rd· N W·
"THE WET PARADE"
TIVOLI 14th * F,rk M* N'w*
"STRANGE LOVE MOLLY LOUVAIN."
ANN DVORAK ""
YORK Ga. Ave. A Quebe· BU N.W.
w_ SYLVAN CH AH I^is' FARREX
and MARIAN NIXON In "AFT**
Bât I TOMORROW." Comedy. Skatch.
itj. errn silver spring. m,
SS jtLU CONSTANCE BENNETT anf
I BEN LYON IN LADY WITH A
I PAST.' Variety New». | |
FBOF. AND MBS. ACHER. 11Ï7 10th
n.w. Clesa and dance with oretn
Monday and Friday. · to 11:M, £.1
lessons by appointment. Mat. 41(0.
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