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THE SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 19, 1005.
EVER SEE A HOUSE FLY?
You'll see millions of "em s n. I'm the Wheeler Screen on for
free trial, as below, and fool 'e n. During the trial watch the Wheeler
win it way. upstairs and down, on crooked, straight, swollen and
shrunken windows, under the daily duties of washing glass, cleaning
sills, shaking out dust rags, etc.
TEN-DAY FREE TRIAL,
On any or every window you wish to screen. No matter what you
thought to buy, or what you thought to pay, first use the Wheeler 10
days free, and learn all that a screen must do to satisfy year after
year. Off they come after thetrial TTthey fall in any way.
MUELLER. LUMBER COMPANY,
Twenty-fourth Street and Third Avenue. Rock Island.
THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR WHEN IT IS DIFFI
CULT TO FIND JUST THE HAT YOU ARE LOOKING
FOR. WE HAVE JUST AS COMPETENT HELP NOW
AS IN THE BUSY SEASON. AND WE ARE IN A POSI
TION TO MAKE YOU JUST A3 SMART HATS WITH
OUT EFFORT ON YOUR PART AS IN THE HEIGHT
OF THE SEASON.
BRANDENBURG MILLINERY STORE,
Corner of Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue
$6. $6.50Y'$7. $7.50, $8
All this Week
Four-fifty $4.50. Four-fifty
PANTS PANTS , PANTS
$4.50, 5. $5.50
All this Week
Three-f if iy $3.50 Three-fifty
PANTS PANTS PANTS
$5. $3.50, $4
All this Week
Two-fifty $2.50 Two-fifty
PANTS PANTS PANTS
$2.25. $2.50, $2.75
All this Week
One-fifty $1.50 One-fifty
We wish to state that this Is the final clearing sale of all our'spring el
and summer trousers, and would advise our patrons to take advantage n
of this opportunity and supply themselves.
H. B. SUDLOW DEAD
Well Known Citizen and Railroad
Man Breathes His
SEVERAL YEARS' ILLNESS
Was For a Long Tvne the Superinten
dent of the Old R. I. & P.
M. C. RICE. Prop.
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Hair Vicror. Ask your
neighbors about it. One v ilIS
my falling hair." Another. A
7 Cv sav 4It restored color to
U cr'ay h2ir" Another " Chec
Henry B. Sudlow died last evening at
10:15 o'clock at his home. S32 Twenty
third street. Mr. Sudlow has been
failing for a number of years, and in
1S96 resigned his position as superin
tendent of the Rock Island & Peoria
railway on account of poor health. He
continued as treasurer of the road for
a few years longer, but some time be
fore the consolidation of the road with
the Rock Island system he resigned
that position. He continued his con
nections with the Coal Valley Mining
company, and held the office of treas
urer up to the time of his death. He
had been failing rapidly during the
las-t year, and about two weeks ago was
compelled to take to his bed. Mr. Sud
low was 07 years of age. having been
born Feb. 1, IS'1,, in Hocking county
I.ouk ItiiHlnrHM Career.
His life was that of a long business
career. In 1S56 he came to Davenport
and engaged in mercantile business in
that city. At the close of the civil
war, in which he enlisted and rose to
the rank of lieutenant, he again en
gaged in business in Davenport, con
necting himself with various enterpris
es. In 18S2 he became identified with
the Rock Island & Ptrria railway.
Previous- to that he was connected with
the Coal Valley Mining company, of
which he was one of the promoters and
large tockholders. He was for two
vears assistant to R. R. Cable, when
Mr. Cable was superintendent of the
Rock Island & Peoria and in 1SS4 he
succeeded Mr. Cable to the office of
Ah Knllroutl Man.
For 14 years the management of the
road, both the finances and the operat
ing department, were under his per
sonal supervision, and the same was
true of the Coal Valley Mining com
nany. Under his direction the railway
property became one of the best in the
state, and it was through his diligent
work in the interests of the road that
Jys health vfl shattered. In 1S93 he
sought to retire from the supennten-
dency, but after an extended southern
trip he was improved to such an ex
tent that he continued with the com
pany until March 13. lS9rt. He had in
addition to the duties of the superiii-
.endency, been secretary and treasurer
of the railway, and on retiring from
the superintendence- continued for sev
eral years in the office of secretary and
On the occasion of his retirement
from the active management of the
Rock Island & Peoria. Mr. Sudlow was
made me recipient 01 h urauuiui ma-
mond ring from his fellow officers, of
the road, as a token of the high esteem
in which he was held. This memento
was one of his cherished possessions.
The management of the railway, on
Mr. Sudlow's retirement, was assumed
iy H. S. Cable, while H. P. Greenough.
now with the Rock Island at Cedar
Rapids, was promoted from the office
f chief train dispatcher to the superin
tendence', and they continued in these
capacities until the Rock Island took
ver the property.
lu the Service of UN Country.
Mr. Sudlow enlisted in the 2nd Iowa
Cavalry, at Davenport, in 1SC1, as a
rivate. Shortly after enlisting he was
nade quartermaster sergeant of the
company, and February G. 1SG4, was
commissioned regimental quartermas
ter, with the rank of second lieutenant.
He held this rank until the regiment
was mustered out. Sept. 9. 1SC3.
Mr. Sudlow and Miss Mary L. Cable
were married in Davenport. Jan. 14.
1J-CS. Resides his wife he leaves one
-on. George E. Sudlow. of Miles City.
Mont. Two other children died in in
fancy, and a daughter died about 12
rears ago. A brother, H. L. Sudlow.
resides at Newton, Iowa, and three sis
'ers. Miss Phoebe Sudlow, Miss Lucy
Sudlow, and Mrs. Henry Egbert, live
The funeral services will be held
"rom the home, Monday morning at 1C
Vclock. Rev. W. S. Marquis, D. D.,
will conduct the services. Services at
he cemetery will be private. InTer
ment will be at Oakdale cemetery. Dav
nport. Mr. Sudlow was a man of sterling
character, dignified in his nature, yet
ilways cordial to all he met. He was
staunch in his friendships and was best
beloved by those who best knew him
He was devoted to his family, and in
fact never entirely recovered from the
jlow of the loss of his daughter whos.
ieath in Rock river several years ago
?ast a gloom over the entire commu
Manson Mars. 525 Seventh street.
Jied yesterday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock at the home, of apoplexy. He
suffered a stroke last Tuesday, and
since that time the attending physi
cian had little hope of his recovery. He
had been ailing lor about three mr.nths.
Mr. Mars had made his home in this
city dur'ng t.ie last year, with his sis
ttr. Mrs. Nettie McDonald. He was 53
years cf age, and was born near South
Bend. Ind.. on a farm.
Besides his sister, Mrs. McDonald, he
,it&ve& ;wo nrotb.ee.. Orpi and Stuart
Mart, realdirs at Ca.. e, Ind., ani
III ROCK RIVER
Daniel Walker, who resided about
four miles south of Milan, was drowned
this afternoon at about 1 o'clock in
the vicinity of the steel dam in Rock
river. He was in bathing with a num
ber of boys when the accident hap
pened. The alarm was given and an
effort was made to find the body. Men
are dragging there this afternoon, but
at 3 o'clock the remains had not yet
This drowning was in about the same
place that the one occurred last year,
and where there have been other vic
tims of treacherous waters. The infor
mation as to Just how it. happened has
not reached the city.
two sisters. Mrs. :';ie Dunaway. of
this city, and Mrs. Rose Evins, of War
ner Crossing. Funeral arrangements
have not been completed.
Mrs. Mary Gribbon has returned
from a trip to Denver, Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harden of Chica
go are the guests of Rock Island
Miss Kate Byrnes leaves tonight for
Chicago, to attend the milliners' con
James Broderick of Muscatine. Iowa,
is in the city spending a few days with
O. B. Hampton departs tonight for
Mackinac Island, where he will enjoy
Mrs. A. T. Trevor has gone to Long
don, Kans., in response to a message
announcing the death of her father.
Dr. C. E. Moeller, of St. Louis, is in
the city, for a few days' visit with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moeller.
Mrs. Lila Graham and son, Clarence.
of Rock Falls, 111., formerly of Rock
Island, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. D. I. McNary has returned from
a trip to Pennsylvania and will occupy
the pulpit at the United Presbyterian
church both morning and evening to
morrow. George E. Sudlow, of Miles City,
Mont., is in the city, called here by
tb.9 serious illness and death of his
lather, H. B. Sudlow. H. L. Sudlow.
of Newton, Iowa, a brother, is also
John McCaffery of Galesburg, form
erly of this city was in town today call
ing on friends. Mr. McCaffery has
purchased the drug business of Robert
Fullerton of Orion, and will hereafter
conduct that establishment.
Lmong the passengers on the steam
er Sidney today for St. Paul, were the
following from Rock Islan t: Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Hunt and daughter. Mrs.
C. R. Walker. Mrs. Fred Sauerman, Si
las Howlett, D. A. Schallberg. I). L-
Porter, Mrs. 11. D. Ellwell, and Mrs.
TO RETURN SOON
Students of Augustana College
Come for Opening
BUILDINGS PUT IN SHAPE
Several New Teachers Take Up Work
at Institution This Year
Andreen at Chautauqua.
Miss Hattie Louise Larkin So-ioist.
Vtuithstndinjr the threatening
wen thpr and rain last evening, there
was an unusually largL' audience at the
Petersen, band concert at the atcn
Tower. An. excellent program - was
rnriirp,i Misa Hattie Ixuise Larkin,
of this city appearing as soloist. Miss
Larkin. who has an exceptionally fine
soprano voice, sang DeKoven's "Dainty
Dorothea." She was greeted with en
thusiastic applause, and responded
with a selection, "Love Is a uuuuie.
vuvt FrMav eveninu a contralto solo
by Mrs. Robert Reynolds of this city
will be the featured number of the pro-
i Part A deliuhtful launch
nartv was given yesterday on the
. , . i. .1 tl...ii,.n
launch Grandpa, witn tne
at Lin wood, followed by a picnic and
basket lunch at the grounds. 1 ne guesi
,.f hf.nr.r was Mr. Rosenbaugh. of Buf
falo, who yesterday celebrated his fcuth
hirthdav anniversary, assisted by a
party of 50 friends. Mrs. Hermann.
aughter of Mr. Rosenbaugh. and her
meli.md prfed as hostess and host.
The launch which carried the party is
named the Grandpa after the hale an. l
learty gentleman who was a guest on
he craft yesterday.
Young Men Hold Meeting. The
Standard Bearers of Spencer Memorial
church hold an open meeting at the
church this evening. Seventh avenue
and Forty-third street, to be followed
by an hour of sociability. Refresh
ments will be served.
Euchre Party. The Misses Grace
and Florence Hall very charmingly en
tertained about 3 of their friends at a
sixhanded euchre party last evening.
A light luncheon was served.
vui liuu in i v i a pivuiL " v. . ... ------
yesterday. Luncheon was served and
a delightful social time had by all.
NEW HEAD OF THE EAGLES
Cleveland Man Chosen Grand Worthy
President of Fraternal Society.
Denver, Aug. 19. Henry D. Davis of
Cleveland was elected grand worthy
president of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles by the Grand Aerie by acclama
tion yesterday, after Grand Worthy
President John F. Pclietier of Kansas
City withdrew for a secend term. Ed
ward Kraebe of Wilmington, Del., was
chosen grand worthy vice president.
Students will be returning to Augus
tana college within a few weeks, as the
fall term opens Sept. 5. Preparations
are being made to put the buildings
and grounds in shape for the opening
of the year's work. Many of the fac
ulty members have been away during
the vacation period this summer.
Dr. Lindberg has been visiting
friends in New York City; Dr. Young
ert has been staying in Iowa: Prof.
Williamson has attended a soldiers" re
union in the state of Washington;
Prof. Esbjom has made trips to Min
nesota and Arkansas; Dr. Udden is do
ing geological work in Texas; Prof.
Cederberg is on his way to tfre univer
sity in Gottingen. Germany, where he
expects to spend a year or two in spe
cial work ; Prof. Anderson has been
traveling in the northern part of Illi
nois in the interest of Augustana col
lege; Mrs. Edla Lund has visited the
west coast, where she on July 29 sang
at the Columbian exposition in Port
land; Prof. Kempe has been doing
good work for Augustana in the three
IMnno Inxt met luu.
Madame Anna Noack, a sister of
Prof. Oelschlaegel. a most excellent
pianist, will give instruction upon the
piano during the coming school year.
She, together with other members of
the conservatory faculty, are planning
to give high class recitals in the three
cities during the coming fall.
Among the new teachers for next
year are J. P. Magnusson. of Cornell
university, who will assume the chair
in physics and chemistry, and A. Wil
liam Pierson. a graduate of Ann Arbor,
who will take charge of Dr. Uddeu's
subjects during the fall term.
Prof. Christian Oelschlaegel. who is
giving well attended violin recitals in
Kansas and Nebraska will be ready to
take up his work at teacher of the vio
lin, as leader of the oratorio chorus and
of the orchestra on Sept. 5. The colle
gians look forward to having an ex
cellent oratorio chorus during this
year when they celebrate the 25th an
niversary of the beginning of oratorio
work at Augustana college.
Wher Some Have Hern.
Several of the teachers have spent
their vacation right at home in Rock
Island; among them are: Dr. C. W.
Foss. Dr. E. F. Bartholomew, Dr. N.
Forsander, Dr. C. O. Granere, Prof. J.
G. Mauritzon. Prof. J. G. Dahlberg.
Prof. L. W. Kling. Prof. F. H. Peterson.
Prof. Grafstrom, Prof. C. L. Krantz.
Prof. A. W. Kjellstrand. Dr. C. A. Blom
gren and Miss Gertrude Don."
Dr. Martin Telleen, professor of mod
ern languages at Simmons college in
Texas has been spending part of his
vacation with friends at home here in
Prof. Emil Larson has returned from
a trip through Michigan.
Prof. Peter Benzon has been doing
special work at Armour Institute of
Miss Hannah Anderson has spent her
vacation in Minneapolis, Minn.
Miss Cervin has lately returned from
Chicago where she has been studying
this summer, preparatory to taking up
her work in the kindergarten depart
ment of the conservatory this fall.
Mrs. Elise Engberg of Vasa. Minn.,
will ake charge of ladies' hall during
the coining school year.
At the invitation of Bishop E. Vin
cent. Dr. Andreen win oeuver an ui
dress at Chautauqua. N. Y., Aug. 23.
FIRST BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Stockholders of State Bank of Rock
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the State Bank of Rock Island, the re
organized Mitchell & Lynde bank. ll
rectors were elected as follows: Phi
Mitchell. C. F. Lynde. R. R. Cable. E
W. Hurst. I. S. White. Hugh E. Curtis
and C. R. Chambtrlin. The directors
will hold a meeting sometime next
week and elect officers.
A Famous Exhibition.
The horse fair with Rlngling Bros'.
World's Greatest shows embraces C5
snecimens of the finest breeding and
is the most valuable collection ever
brought together for exhibitional pur
poseK. No other circus ever owned
one-half as many. The fleet trotter.
fierce racer, graceful saddler, aristo
cratic driver, sturdy Percheron, Arab
ian Ktallion. Kentucky thoroughbred.
English cob. stylish coach and pert
pony are in this famous exhibition.
This disease has lost It9 terrors
since Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into use. The
uniform success which attends the use
of this remedy in all cases of bowel
complaints in children cas made it
a favorite wherever its value has be
come known. For wile by all leading
Don't wait until your blood is imrv
eriihed and you are sick and ailing, but
take Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea.
It will positively drive out all impuri
ties. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. II-
T Lamas' pharmacy.
TO MR. AND jl
Share in the Greoa Clearing Sale
Bargains at Davenport Fur
niture 61 Carpet Co.'s
MEANS WE DON'T WANT TO CARRY OVER ANY RE
FRIGERATORS, PORCH FURNITURE, LAWN FURNI
TURE AND HAMMOCKS. THE END OF THE SEASON
FINDS US WITH A BIG STOCK OF PLAIN AND FAN
CY CHINESE AND JAPANESE MATTINGS, SOME FULL
ROLLS, OTHERS REMNANTS, ALL OF WHICH WE
WANT TO CLOSE OUT. NO BETTER WAY THAN TO
CUT DEEP INTO THE PRICE, THUS GIVING YOU A
BARGAIN AND GAINING YOUR GOOD WILL A NO POS
SIBLY FUTURE BUSINESS. ALL CARPET REMNANTS
ARE INCLUDED IN THIS
BIGGEST BARGAIN SALE
123-125 West Third Street.
Broken lots of Men's Stylish
Suits of the Stein-Bloch Co.
marked at a great saving in
price. $20, $19, $18 and
$16.50 Suits at
Regular Suits that were
$12.50. $10 and $9 are
marked down to
So mm ers 5c LaVelle
How Abovit Your Heeler?
Is it all right and ready for the
winter? If not, this ia the best
time to have it cleaned and put
in repair before you start your
winter's F:re. Or. possibly, you
need a new one? In any case,
yoii will find our work In this
line of the best. We will put In
Kteatn heating apparatus or hot
water heating at a reasonable
CHANNON dl DUFVA
Moth Vlioar. 112 Wrat 17th St.
Iowa. H Illinois Railway
SUNDAY. ROUND TRIP RATE
S1.00 TO CLINTON, S1.00. Sl.00
50c 50c to Mississippi Psvrk 50c
Get out of town for the dtvy to cool off and come