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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1914.
PAGE NINE 13311 Should See This Before Too Late vSix Room Brick Maple floor throughout, modern, lot 50x175, worth $4000, will sell for $3400, your own terms, would exchange. Two Modern 7-room Brick Houses. Close in on North Fifth St. Oak floors all through, classy finished, $3900 is cheap and this will not last long. Two front en trances for both of these houses. You can rent rooms and make them pay for themselves. Phone 1566 For Appointments C. H. Johnson Owner and Builder 507 North Third Street BRIGHT APARTMENTS . ARE VERY ATTRACTIVE The Bright apartments on Thir teenth avenue and Monroe street have been completed. They present some new and attractive features in eon- ! struction for apartment houses. There are three four-room apartments in the building all equipped with built in features, and each with separate 'bath rooms. Each apartment is also con structed so as to permit of screen sleeping porches, so much desired both summer and winter in this country. The bed rooms have disappearing beds, and there are swell little buffets lo each apartment, with cooling- closet and solar heater. These apartments are said to be among the best in the city. BERLIN HEARS LIEGE (Continued on Page Five) volver in hand. This detention last ed more than an hour. The Russian charge d'affaires and women and children, it is stated, had to submit to the same treatment. LARGE SUMS OF MONEY (Continued from Fag One.) cities show gains. Third Assistant Postmaster General Dockery received a telegram from a small Illinois city saying that Greeks in a railroad con struction gang the.'e wanted to de posit thirty-six thousand dollars. PRICf BROTHERS BUY IN KENILWORTH PLACE' Among the recent purchasers of property in the popular Kenilworth ad dition to the city of Phoenix are Price Brothers, the well known local life in surance agents, who will shortly begin the construction of a modern double house upon the property. The lot was purchased from the Southwestern Ru'lding and Investment company. which organization will also construct the house for the new purchasers. Price Brothers selected this sight for their joint home only after g, thorough inspection of the various additions throughout Phoenix and its environs, the Kenilworth property coming nearer their ideal for location than any other encountered. Work is rapidly completed on the other nouses that are being erected in this section by the S. W. P.. and I, all of which is a matter of some gratifica tion to the company. o BACK FROM THE MINES Celora Stoddard has been to Stoddard, Arizo na, looking into mining property there. XEW YORK, Aug. 9 The finan cial community has taken all week devising methods to meet the emer gency of war. Satisfaction with the progress made is proved by the calm ness and confidence manifested in the financial world, in contrast with the alarm at the week's opening. There is agreement on the necessity of checking the raid on the American gold supplies first allowed by resort to clearing house ce.-tificates and then by the emergency currency under the new federal law. In spite of the embargo on foreign trade, the volume of the week's bank exchanges indicated that international com merce is well sustained. Beyond the present troubles encouragement is derived from looking to the future benefits from foreign trade when the If lligerents seek supplies from this country. Germans Want Sympathy The I'nited German Alliance in resolutions made public today, calls upon the press of the country to accord 'impartial and just treatment to all sides" in the European con flict, and condemns what is styled as the attitude of certain portions of the English speaking American press to spread impressions which lead to "hatred of Germany and the Ger mans." The resoltuion absolves Emperor William from responsibility for the war and attributes it to "France's desire for revenge for the loss of Alsace-Lorraine; Russia's unappeas able appetite fov world power and England's jealousy of Germany." Several thousand socialists at tended a mass meeting tonight to protest against the European war. The meeting was held in I'nion Square, was presided over by Ed ward F. Cassidy, who claimed that the war would have been averted by the working classes if the. situa tion had not arisen so suddenly. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see mor rimtomern than vnn ran Next Season Los Olivos homesites will cost more and there won't be so many to choose from! Why not do the right thing by your family now? 'Ask Those Who Live There" Dwight B. Heard "Everything in Real Estate" Southeast Corner Central Avenue and Adams The Germans III Treated BERLIN, (Sunday) Aug. 9. The N'orddeutche Allgemeine Zeitung gives a long recital of the ill treat ment of Germans living in Paris. Since the end of July, says the pape-, they have been insulted in the street and oblieed to e-o to the nolice for protection, which has been afforded only reluctantly. Even the railways have refused to accept their luggage. As a result, hundreds of Germans sought an asylum in the embassy and consulate. After mobilization, the paper charges, the German hotels, restau rants, shops and residences were pillaged and wrecked while the po lice stood idly by. Many Germans were dismissed from their employment without their wages being paid and persecutions of every kind were indulged in. The Germans living in the suburbs were subjected to the same treatment. As a result of the energetic intervention of the ambassador, sixty thousand Germans were, assisted to leave France, while others without homes were accommodated in schools, and the ambassador himself, who was present when the rupture of relations between the two governments was announced, was obliged to ask for police protection until he left Paris, according to the report. o Can't Hear from Liege LONDON, (Sunday) Aug. .Dis patches from Brussels sav that at noon communication with Liege was cut otl. It is possible to communi cate as far as Tongres. eleven miles to the northwest. A Milan dispatch to the Daily Chronicie says a steamer which ar rived in Trieste reports an engage ment in the Adriatic sea. Ilnndrpda of wounded, according to the report. nave Deen conveyed to Pola, the great naval port of Austria. A Vienna dis patch to the Daily Telegraph reports that Servia has deolaied war aeainsi Germany. This step, it is explained. has been taken in order to be rid of the German minister at Belgrade. njvX)VVVt'VXrtAAAj"irinnririrry-ii'' -------------------------- , , , rn-u-in - rinriri.nrin r .ri.ri.ri.ri.ri.. Modern Homes . Moderate Prices for .V Moderate People The Home Builders are erecting 7 houses in BONNIE VIEW These houses will be of brick construction, and modem in every detail, including Solar Heaters PRICES $2350 Each $350 Cash, Balance Rental Payments , Will be ready September 1st Come in now and get your choice GREENE & GRIFFIN 127 North Central Avenue. Tel. 709 LONDON', Aug. 8. The admiralty has accepted the offer of the women of Canada to provide a hospital ship for the British navy. A committee has been formed to look after the in terests of Americans at Glasgow. Portugal in the Fray LISBON, Aug. 8. The senate and chamber of deputies in joint session passed by acclamation a number of bills giving the government all neces sary financial and other powers to deal with the war ctisis. Premier Machado announced that fullfilling its dcty under the alliance with England does not mean that Portugal intends immediately to abandon its stand of neutrality. Russians in Conference ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 8. The Russian emperor, with Grand Duke Nicholas received the members of the council of the empire and the duma in audience at the winter palace. Ad dressing them, the emperor said: "In these days of alarm and anxi ety thiough which Russia is passing, I greet you. Germany, following Aus tria, has declared war on Russia. Enormous enthusiasm, patriotic sen timents, love, loyalty to the throne enthusiasm which hrm swept like hur ricane through the country guaran tee for me. as for you. I hope, that Russia will bring to a happy conclu sion a war which the Almighty has sent it." "It is also of this unanimous en thusiasm." continued the emperor, "love and eagerness to make every sacrifice, even to life itself, that I am able to regard the future with calm firmness. It is not only the dignity and honor of our country that we are defending but we are- fighting for our brother Slavs, co-religionists and blood brothers. I see also with great joy the union of the Slavs with Russia progressing strongly and in dissolubly and I am persuaded that through it all, each of you will be in your place to assist me to support the test, that all, beginning with my self, will do our duty. Great is the God of the Russian Fatherland." o FRENCH IN ALSACE rAftSOOfATID PRK98 DISPATCH! PARIS, Aug. 8. It is officially re ported that French troops have en tered Muelhausen, which is the sec ond largest city in Alsace-Lorraine. It lies 21 miles to the south-southwest of Strassburg, the capital. Muelhausen became a free city of the German empire in 1273; in the fifteenth century it entered into an alliance with the Swiss, which lasted until 1738, when- the city became French. It was taken from the Trench in September, 1870 and was cfded to Germany with Alsace in 1871. o GERMAN PRINCE CAPTURED ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH) BRUSSELS, Aug. 8. It is reported that Prince George, related to the emperor, in command of a German cavalry regiment, has been captured by the Belgians. Three of the German army corps which attacked Liege remain in their positions, but it seems that they must boon cross the Meuse by pass ing around the forts toward Vise, between Liege and Huy, an extensive movement of troops having already been observed in the neighborhood or Huy, and it is presumed they in tend to attack the Belgian army be fore the arrival of French reinforcements. AUSTRIANS IN RUSSIA fA SSOCIATKD PRESS DISPATCH BERLIN, Aug. 8. Austrian cavalry has occupied the towns of Okus and W'olbrum in Russian Poland. German frontier guards in upper Alsace were attacked by the French marching in the direction of Belfort. The advance of the French troops was stopped near Altkirch and they returned in the direction of Belfort. o ENGLISH TROOPS ON THE CONTINENT ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH PARIS, Aug. 8. It is officially an nounced this afternoon that L'O.Ono English troops have already landed in Ostend, Calais and Dunkirk. They are now proceeding toward Namur, to the west of Liege on the main railroad line to assist the Belgians. o BELGRADE "THE HOME OF WARS FOR THE FAITH" The Servian Capital Has Been Be isged by Armies of Many Na tions Since Rome Ruled Where the blue Danube and tho sluggish Save meet, less than three score miles from the Hungarian frontier, sits Belgrade, city of sieges, awaiting the outcome of Europe's lat est war to determine its ownership. War is nothing novel to Belgrade the city was the very bone of con tention in days gone by, when the now "degenerate Tuik pounded at the doors of Christendom and threatened to sweep Europe, even, as Attila, the linn, did centuries before. Time and again, Belgrade felt the attack of the Moslem; time and again, Servian, Montenegrin and Hungarian hemes hurled back the invader. Always, Bel grade bore the brunt of the battling. In those days the town was divid ed into two sections, the old Russian, ort Sava-Makhala district, and the Turkish Dorcol, or Cress Road sec tion. So far back as the Third Cen tury, B. C Eelgrade was fortified by the Celts, who named the place Singi dunum, by which appellation it was known until the Seventh Century A. D. From the beginning of the Fourth Century to the end of the Si.xtli Cen tury, Belgrade changed its masters repeatedly. Huns, Sarmatians, Goths and Gepids held it by turn, until Emperor Justinian brought it under Roman rule. Toward the end of the Eighth Century it was captured by ;the Franks of Charlemagne. A hun I dred years later the Bulgarians took ! possession, to be ousted two centuries i later by the Byzantine emperor, Basil II. In 1124 the Hungarians under King Stephen took it from the I Greek, from which time it changed i-anaa ,ill- CpoAL-a t( 1 1 1 fn ri:t nc and Hungarians fighting for its pos session. The city considered the key to Hungary, was called Darol-i-Jehad, the home of wars for faith," by the Turks and they used evety endeavor to capture and keep it. In 1427 it was ceded to the Hun garians by the Servians. In 1 4 ." C the Turks sought its capture and were completely routed by Hungarians un der John Hunyadi and John Capis tran, the fighting monk. In 1321, Sul tan Suleiman captured the stronghold, t hold it until 1US8, when the Aus trians took it. only to lose it two i years later. In 1717 Prince Eugene of Savoy captured Belgrade for the Austrian.", who kept it until 1789, when the Austrians carried it by as sault, losing it once more three years later. In 1807 the Servians over whelmed the Turkish garrison, keep it z possession for six years, when the Turks again turned the tables. Until 18C2 the Tutks kept a garri son in Belgrade, and it was not un til Prince Michael of Servia threat ened war and the powers brought pressure to bear on Turkey did the latter country withdraw its troops. Since then Servia has been in possession. NORWAY-SWEDEN TALK ASSOCIATED PRkSS DISPATCH) STOCKHOLM, via London, Aug. 8. Norway and Sweden have exchang ed obligatory assurances with the view of preventing hostile measures being taken by either against the other because of the war. o ANOTHER LINER CAUGHT ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH LONDON, Aug. 8. A large steam er, believed to be a North German Lloyd liner, has been captured by British warships in the North sea off Alderburg. o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Test for Drunkards If you couldn't get a drink you'd quit Eh? Could you? Prove iL Stop tor a week. If you can't or even FEAR to try, you are scientifically classed as a chronic drunkard. Your future is ominous with ill. Physical, mental and social degradation threat- lens. Be EMANCIPATED. A 3 Day 'Neal Treatment will help you back to j health and self mastery. Pleasant, private, positive. Neal Institute. 11th and Culver. CHOLERA BUSY f A8SOCIATTO PRKSS DISPATCH) ROME, Friday. Aug. 7. (Delayed) Word is received from the Balkans of cases of cholera among the ' Ser vian and Austrian troops, .....t. Advertising Expense Y2 on $13,000 Sale TT When J. W. Stacy had to make good on his Los Olivos Heights contract or lose all, he made good on JEFFREY SERVICE. An accumu lation of obstacles had to be eliminated; certain prejudices had to be overcome, and two adjoining subdivisions had to be combated. This was an in stance where the issue was of great importance to Mr. Stacy where 27 lots had to be sold within 18 days, and sold by Mr. Stacy alone. H But we did not stop at 27 lots 32 were sold Vi between the 1st and 18th day of May, with inquiries coming so fast they could not all be han dled. Mr. Stacy says in regard to this: "The big factor of this campaign was the sales-plan initiated and carried out in a forcible and efficient manner by the JEFFREY AGENCY. tr And all these lots $13,000 worth were sold at the advertising expense of 1 an ex ceptional figure for real estate. Come in and see the sworn statement of Mr. Stacy. What is your problem? Does your business need a boost? Give us half an hour against half an hour of your time; let us give further proof of what JEFFREY SER VICE means to you. 129-131 North First Ave. Advertising Service