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HOTELS ASSIGNED VISITING REALTORS Revision Made in Earlier Alloca tion of Space During Conven tion in June. Tlpre is the !-evised assignment, by states, of hotel quarters for delegates to the coming annual convention of the National Association of Real Es tate Boards here, June 3 to 6. The final list of hotel allocations follows: SUte. Holpl. Guest*. I »n»d« .Wsshinitton 130 Hawaii Washington 1 .Alabama Willard 20 .Arizona Willard 3i .Arkansas Hamilton 6 ! California Washington 90; Colorado .Franklin Square 33 Connecticut Barrington 40 liriaware Kbbitt 20 Florida Willard 130 Georgia Martinique 73 Idaho Washington 3 Illinois Willard 225 Indiana Koe House 115 lowa Kbbitt 40 Kansas I.a Favette 20 Kentucky Italeigh 63 I.ouisiana Franklin Square 20 Maine Hamilton _7 Maryland Powhatan 1"*0 Massachusetts Hamilton 60 Michigan Shorehatn 173 Minnesota Lee House no Mississippi Tut Faye'te 3 Missouri Washington 123 Montana Washington Nebraska Shorehatn 25 Nevada .Willard 3 New Hampshire Hamilton 7 New Jersey la •‘ayette., 130 New Mexico Washington •> New York Wardmnn Park 200 North Carolina Wardman Park 6-_‘ North Pakota Franklin Square 3 Ohio Hamilton 300 Oklahoma Harrington 30 Oregon Willird 2“ TVnnsyl v«ni* UalfMgb Khmte Island Franklin Square 1 » So»|th Farolsra Willard 2*' Smith l»akota Washington » T«*nm»Bsr«» Washington 4*’ T<*xas Washington Trah Willard ~ Virginia W'ardtnan Park 100 Washington Washington JJ V>st Virginia ..... W’illard JJJ Wisconsin Washington *>o Wyoming Washington 3 LIMITS “REALTOR” USE. Illinois Body Declares Many Firms Dishonest in Practice. T’ersisent use of the word “realtors” In the firm name of persons not en titled to that designation is a sub stantial misrepresentation, constitut ing dishonest conduct, according to ft. decision just laid down by the Illinois State Department of Educa tion and Registration, which ad ministers the Illinois real estate li- ■ cense law. . | The Illinois department has denied applications for a real estate broker s license to a group of Chicago brokers who had used in their firm name the designation “realtors," although none of the applicants was or ever had been a member of any constituent real estate board of the National As sociation of Heal Estate Boards. The decision is based on the finding of the department that the word “realtor" has come to he generally Understood by the public to mean a man hound hv real estate board mem bership to the standard of conduct in business laid down for Its mem bers hy the National Association of Real Estate Boards. A young English engineer, strolling I one ’evening along a country road, noticed that the seeds falling from the sycamores acquired a rotary mo tion before reaching the ground. Tak ing one up, he found that the two wings were turned in opposite direc tions, at an angle to each other, and that this mutual inclination caused them to revolve. This gave him the idea of the screw propollor, which row drives gigantic liners aorosa the Atlantic. j=Wlllllllllllllllllilii|||||||llllllllllllllinilllllllillW WPMlllllillWMllllllllliililllßilliiM i Open For Your Inspection r m 1 ■ ■■■ m ■"■■■ ■ | ' 2707 34th Place Newark I Mass. Ave. and 34th Place N.W. ! INSPECT TODAY Beautiful detached home near = 1 || reception room, library, dining room, kitchen and large front, side = Constructed of the most substantial materials and planned as a | l| and rear porch. Above there are four very attractive bedrooms, H faithful reproduction of all that is beautiful and picturesque in i storage room and locker room. The property has all modern improve- H colonial architecture, these houses will surely appeal to people of j| |; ments and is ready for immediate occupancy. A beautiful view of H | =3 taste and refinement, len rooms and three baths, lavatory and 11 11 J , , , , xi , , r , . ~ = wash room on first floor. Every device that makes for comfort and surrounding section may be had troin the \eranda. Ile neigh or- == EE convenience; old brass fixtures; bright sun porch. A livable home; hood is of the highest class. Schools, cars, churches are very con- == EE a splendid value. ' venient. EE 1 Representatives on the Premises Saturday Afternoon and All Day Sunday | I WILLIAM K. HARTUNG & COMPANY I | REALTORS | | 1108 16th Street N.W. | | MAIN 372 I mum mi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimw^ REAL ESTATE.’ I THE WEEK I Epitome of Events Up to April 38. FOREIGN. France disturbed by British policy toward reparation pledges. Mac- Donald urges exports plan he adopt ed. Time limit expires on Mexican pact. Stresemann raps attack on Dawes report. Poincare accept* plan 1 of experts. MacDonald dubious ah >ut Labor Party’s retention of office. Car set vice stopped in Havana. Cuban taxi drivers strike in sympathy with car workers. Dawes leaves for United States. Hanihara is urged to malCn tain stand by Japanese. CoolidgvT j speech approved by British loaders, i HellVerich, German financial -authority, killed in train collision. Belgian statesmen to confer with Poincare on experts’ report. Moors ask Brit ish aid in ending war with Spain. Czech president to go to Home to es tablish bases for pact with Italy. Pianos kill many as aviators drop bombs on Honduran capital. Britain on point of recognizing Greek repub lic. Grave Irish crisis follows split o;i boundary parley. < NATIONAL. Hanihara writes Hughes now note clarifying exclusion stand. Legion head asks Congress to pass bonus unchanged. Democrats plan to force action on world court. McAdoo in Navy list as claims counsel. Wiscon sin for Smith. Bob-haired bandit trapped in Florida. Witness de clares best "raid" liquor given to officials. Coolidge proposes new arms parley if German settlement plans are a success; speaks before Asso ciated Press in New" York and favors codifying the laws of the world. Two hundred-thousand majority against Gov. Pincbot in Pennsylvania vote. Daugh erty denies oil deal figured in Hard ing choice. Senate postpones child labor debate. Bonus with insurance plan passed by Senate. Bonus held sure even if President should veto bill. Congress to end work by June, President is told. Moans declares data misting. President issues call for outdoor recreation. Grain ex port bill reported with O. K. Charles F. Murphy, famous Tammany “boss." dies. House amendment on dividend tax killed hy Senate. Republicans debate convention leader. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. W. R. and E. may face fines of $6.- 700,000 for use of open vestibule cars. Bus fare increased to 10 cents cash; $32)500 1728 Eye St. N.W. I Very excellent 4-story building, adaptable for re modeling. About 15 rooms. 5 baths; j electricity. Lot is 20-ft. front ; 1,920 ?q. ft. Alley. | Inspection by Appointment Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc. 738 15th SL N.W. Main 6830 THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL' 26, 1924. three tickets for 23 cents. D. A. R. Congress adjourns. Maj. Bowie, head of local weather bureau, to leave Dis trict soon for California. April 28 set for vote by House on rent meas ure. District Commissioners receive gas tax measure protests. District would meet most of the street costa by gaa tax. Coolidge reviews local Boy Scouts. Rent law validity test case refused by United States Su premo Court. City playground system indorsed by House committee. Arthur A. Chapin die?. District appropria tion bill cut sl. SOO,OOO below esti mates. Rudolph and Oyster sworn In Cor new terms. Gen. Beach to push new conduit system. President signs bill making auto reciprocity final. ■ I Ideally Located and Constructed One Block From 16th Street | ' """" I' I J D,l.l)'l|lllll. . I I ■ Exhibit House—l4l9 Varnum Street Z Completely furnished h\ Coldcnbcrg’s ONLY A FEW MINUTES* RIDE Either hy 14th St. car or 16th St. hus to Vamum Street I $13,250 | S[I £OO Cash—s9s a Month i j Some of Its Features £ Exceptionally large concrete colonial front porch. Master bedroom full width of house. Fine oak floors upstairs and down. , Two large screened sleeping porches. Floored attic over entire H house. Wonder kitchen—white enameled range and cabinet, porce- m i lain sink and drain board, built-in ironing board. Large outside wf i cold storage pantry, built-in refrigerator. High white tiled bath with shower. Separate shower in basement- Instantaneous water heater, with improved storage system. Screened rear porch. m 1-argc yard to wide alley. 1 liamaaiftfJiUiMHiiai n REALTORS—Owner* and Butfdtr* * Insurance measure ordered reported. Oyster and Sullivan plan District en forcement drive. Extension of Arling ton cemetery and restoration of man sion urged. Spring crowds at White House break all records. Flve-cent fare bill called unjust. Senate federal employe retirement measure ap proved. District of Columbia heads fight bill requiring permit to park. House oommlttoe favors District park plan. Since the earthquake forty-four women's organizations in Japan have federated and plan a comprehensive program for the next five years. VASSAR BEATS PRINCETON PRINCETON, N. J„ April 2*.—The Vassar College debating team last night defeated Princeton by a 2-to-l decision. The subject wan, “Resolved, That a Democratic administration would be of benefit to the country.” The winners upheld the affirmative. The members of the winning team were Mias Harriet Kernan of Balti more and Miss Maxine Goldmark of New York city. The Tiger debaters were William W. Hall, Jr., of New York city and Lawrence Hunt of Washington. i ——i , ,t i Open Sunday for Inspection 3001 and 3005 Albemarle St. (Overlooking Rock Creek Park) n Ten rooms, three baths. Inclosed and heated sleeping porch. Garage in keep- Z ■■ ing with the house. Lots 75x150 feet. Shrubbery, Superb construction. E f LTT I I ~f 19 yrnrn**mm ° ttt~7i y ■ >. at f ROOM - 9| y pn «| K**M ■ H * uu *1 \ J .ti.fil.f- 1 ■ la \ Xr—noa \ □ ffSf. p n I Ri I- -“I □ 1 i l| fe— —I I I .[H e>4**'i | 5 F f Mn i~‘“i I«T7Ft3l «T7Ft3 ■■>. 5 I \~~ rr rSnSi--P-- j q The Best Home Value in Washington E ; |T| An inspection will convince you of the fart. r* Tr» Incneet* Tilk * Connecticut Avenue cars to Albfn>arle Street (first stop north of th» i u jiisjjcu . Bureau of Standard*) and walk one block east. p Moore & Hill, Inc. p 730 17th Street N.W. Phone Main 1174 i Members of the ff ashington Real Estate Board pniggeg^Hi*"—"3Hi——lEh——-iirai-jai^nii——=imr '~"=nr» REAL ESTATE.