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THE rARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1905.
Ever See a House Fly?
You'll see millions of 'em soon. Put the Wheeler Screen on for
free trial, as below, and fool 'em. During the trial watch the Wheeler
win its 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 crH-n. 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 satisfyjpear after
year. Off they come after the trial if they fail in any way.
MUELLER LUMBER CO., AGENTS.
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you Knott Us.
HAD CRUEL WIFE
William Page Says She Threat
ened to Poison
IS ASKING FOR A DIVORCE
Mrs. Winifred Farquhar cf Moline
Charges Husband With Cruelty
Wishing to be separated forever
from a wife who assaults him with a
club and throws spittoons and threat
ens his life, William Page of Moline.
has commenced suit for divorce
against Bertha Page.
Besides alleging the above mention
ed assaults he says in his bill that on
July IT:, 1&04. she attacked him with a
flat iron. At various times she has
threatened to poison him. According
to the allegations, he asserts that
while he was at work she would leave
the home and go to saloons and wine
rooms and drink with other men. com
ing home in an intoxicated condition
He further charges that she gave htr
self over to adulterous practices in St
Louis. Sept. 15. 19i3. .
The parties of this suit were married
in Rock Island. April o. 19"2. and lived
together until Aug. 15. 1904. P. R. Ingel
sou it attorney for the complainant.
Wife ( ImrKea f'ruflly.
Mrs. Winifred Farquhar. of Moline
who was granted separate maintenance
in the circuit court from Carl N. Farqu
har several months ago, has brought
suit now for divorce.
She charges the defendant with habi
tual drunkenness, his habits being
such that she was compelled to leave
him October 1. 1902. remaining away
from him until March 1. 19'j:.!, when she
returned upon a promise frum him to
refrain from former practices. Subse
quently he deserted her and hr child
ren. after being guilty of extreme cru
elty, according to her allegations. She
asks the custody of two children, aged
and 4 years. They were married
Feb. 5. 1S08. and lived together until
May 9. 19"4. Searle & Marshall are
attorneys for the complainant.
Iuin . I):iIn.
Mrs. Mary .1. Davis lias commenced
suit for divorce against ner nusnana
Cordon L. luvis, charging desertioi'
She asks for the custody of their chile
ren. aged 12, 10 and S years. The par-
tit's were married March 19. 1S!2 in Sa
vanna. 111., and lived together until
Aug. 1, 19o:j. H. M. Schnver is attor-
nev for the complainant.
Ma.Miii vm. laon.
Charging desertion. Mrs. Mary Ma
son, ot caruon t:nn. urmiis sni
ff gainst, her imsiianii, Haipii reason.
They were married Dec. 11, 19o2, and
separated in February, l!o:5. Lucian
Adams is attorney fur the complainant.
ON ITS JUNKET
Will Visit Chicago, Milwaukee and In
diana Cities Investigate Fire and
If plans are carried out Mayor Mr
Cuhkriu and nearly all of the members
of the city council will depart tonight
on tin.- junket for the purpose of in
vestigating pumps previous to purchas
ing. The body decided a couple of
weeks ago to take the trip, and they
propose to go to Chicago, Milwaukee,
and several Indiana cities, including
Tern; Haute. Marion and Muncie.
While the trip was planned primarily
for the purpo. f investigating water
systems and pumps, in view of the fact
that a new machine Is to be installed in
the plant here, they will probably al.-o
give some attention to the equipment
of fire departments with reference to
trucks and alarm systems.
The council holds a regular meeting
COLUMBIA GOES TO CLINTON
Carries 500 People Up River Sunday
The excursion steamer Columbia
earned 5't people to Clinton yester
day, leaving he"e at 9 o'clock. Tonight
the steamer takes the Odd Fellows' ex
cursion to l.inwood, where a dancing
party will bo given. Tomorrow nigh!
the Klks have the steamer for a moon
light excursion, and Wednesday the
Itoat leaves for points down the river.
She returns Sept. 3. when she will
carry an excursion from this city to
Burlington. The steamer will leave
Rock Island at 7::l o'cl.ick sharp, and
reach Burlington at 12::)" o'clock. Al
lowing three and a half hours at Bur
lington, she will reach Rock Island at
11 o'clock in the evening. This will
be one of the longest excursions from
this city this season, and is arranged
in such a way that it cannot fail to at
tract a large number of people.
Grave Trouble Foreseen.
It needs but little foresight, to tell,
that when your stomach and liver are
tadly affected, grave trouble is ahead,
unl-.iK you take the proper medicine
for your disease, as Mrs. John A.
Young, of Clay, N. Y.. did. She says:
"I had neuralgia of the liver and stom
ach. my heart was weakened, and I
could not eat. I was very bad for a
long time, but in Electric Bitters, I
found just what I needed, for they
quickly relieved and cured me." Best
medicine for weak women Sold under
guarantee by Hartz &. Ullemeyer, drug
W. B. Myers, of Ottawa, was in the
Dr. Emily Wright is in Ohio for a
three weeks' vacation,
Edwin C. Dice, of Aledo. court re
porter, is in the city today.
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Eyster returned
Saturday night from the east.
Miss Carrie McBurnette has gone to
Chicago to attend the milliners' con
vention. T. C. Nutter and family leave "to
night for Rock Falls, where they make
their future home.
Miss Fannie Divers left Saturday
night for a trip to Portland, Ore., and
San Francisco. Cal.
John Witwer departed this morning
for Portland. He was accompanied by
his son, who will spend some time vis
iting at Logan, Utah.
Miss Leaf Dickey, sister of Gu
Dickey, the former Rock Island first
baseman, is here from Chicago, the
guest of Mrs. 1 G. Eddy.
H. H. Treffer. of this city, arrived in
Dover. Eng., Aug. 7, and is expected
to be in Pans. Aug. 14, according to
information received here.
Miss S. Hoffsten, of Philadelphia,
who has been visiting with her broth
er. Rev. C. E. Hoffsten, and family,
leaves tomorrow for Chicago.
Miss Fay Madeira, who has been
with the Richard Carle Comedy com
pany in Chicago the past summer sea
son, is in the city visiting her aunt,
Mrs. O. M. Cloudas.
J. C. and J. J. Fuehs. of the firm of
Fuchs Bros., and T. I'. Lafiin returned
yesterday after a week's fishing trip to
New Boston. They brought back a
hundredweight or so of the game varie
ties to prove their prowess to their
Miss Caroline MeCandles, who has
been visiting at the home of her broth
er. Dr. A. H. McCaudless, for two
weeks, departs this evening for her
home in Riverside, Cal., where she is
employed as instructress in a school
M. A. Patterson, of Chicago; H. P.
Greenough, of Cedar Rapids, and E. C.
Coffey, commercial agent at Peoria, ail
of the Rock Island: and F. W. Rock
well, of the C. P. & St. L.. at St. Louis,
J iv in the city. They are here to at
tend the funeral of Henry B. Sudlow.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Martin and family
Vere in the city. , today arranging for
permanent removal ', to Denver for
which city they depart .this evening.
Mr. Martin, who for several years has
been operator for the Burlington here,
now holds a similar position with the
-same line at the Colorado apital..
L. L. McDonald, general wcretarv'of
the Y. M. C. A., returns tonight from
lis home at Charleston. II!.. where he
spent a part of his vacation at home.
Mr. McDonald's resignation as secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A. takes effect
fpt. 1, but he will reumln until the
middle of the mouth to give the direct-
rs an op;wrt unity to chose his suc
essor. DELEGATES ENTERTAINED
United Spanish War Veterans Return
ed Home Highly Pleased.
The Illinois members of the diked
Spanish War Veterans were the mtt
perfectly satisfied visitors who ever
visited Rock Island. This Is a state
nent made on good authority, and it
can not be questioned that the dele
gates were royally entertained in the
short time that they were in the city.
Saturday afternoon at the close of the
convention the delegates paid a visit
U) the arsenal shops. In the evening a
large company went to the Watch Tow
er, and the members, especially from
Chicago, said that that the Tower with
its attractions excelled Chicago's best.
The last delegates left at 11:30 o'clock
last, evening for their homes.
EDW. BUTLER WILL RECOVER
Man Who Fell from Scaffold Suffered
Edward Butler, one of the two men
who was injured at the Lincoln school
inilding in Moline Saturday, was not
'iurt as seriously as was reported. On
examination at the hospital it was
found that his injuries consisted of a
fracture of the bom s of his ankle, and
.severe bruises. He will recover. Otto
Eheliug, the other workman ho fell 55
feet when the scaffold gave way inside
the- chimney, was not. injured aside
from severe bruises.
Taken With Cramps.
Wm. Kirmse, a member of the bridge
gang working near Littleport, was
:aken ill Thursday night with cramps
Land a kind of cholera. His case was
so severe that he had to have the mem
bers of the crew wait upon him until
Mr. Gifford was called and consulted.
He told them that he had a medicine
in the form of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that
he thought would help him out and ac
cordingly several doses were admin
istered with the result that the fellow
was able to be around the next day. The
incident speaks quite highly of Mr. Git-
ford's medicines. Elkader, Iowa, Ar
This remedy never fails. Keep it in
your home it may save life. For sale
at all leading druggists.
Never in the way, no trouble to
carTy, easy to take, pleasant and never
failing in results are DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. These famous little
pills are a certain guarantee against
headache, billiousness. torpid liver and
all of the ills resulting from consti
pation. They tonic and strengthen the
liver. Cure Jaundice Sold br afi
Mrs. Fredericka Waldman Sur
vives for Five Weeks
After His Death.
LIVED HERE FOR 25 YEARS
Austin W. Pliley, Former California
Gold Hunter Passes Away After
Brief Residence Here.
Mrs. Fredericka Waldmm died this
morning at 1:30 at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Anna Corcoran. 4J0 Fif
teenth street. Mrs. Waldman had been
confined to her bed nearly four months
and when her husband, Benjamin
Waldman died suddenlv Julv S. sne was
very low. The shock of her husband's
death weakened her. and hastened her
own demise. She recovered slightly a
short time ago. but the improvement
preceded a relapse, and she became
Mrs. Waldman was 03 vears of age.
having been born Oct. 7. 1S11. in Gor-
many. She removed to the United
States with her parents when she was
14 years of age, and made her home in
Reading, Pa., until her marriage to Mr.
Waldman. Mr. and Mrs. Waldman set
tled in Fort Wayne. Intl.. residing there
until lSo, when they removed to Dav
enport. After a brief resilience in Dav
enport, they removed to R(X'k Island,
and made their home since then in
this city. Mrs. Waldman was an ac
tive member of St. Joseph's church.
Besides her daughter. Mrs. Corcoran,
she leaves a son. Charles Waldman. at
Edwardsville. 111., and a brother. John
Roih.ni r. at Fort Wayne. Ind. The fun
eral will be held Wednesday morning
at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's church.
Austin V. IMilfj-
Austin W. Pliley died this morning at
the home of his son. W. W. Pliley. 1330
Seventh sireet. aged St; years. Death
was due to the infirmiats of old age.
and was sudden. He wmt to bed last
evening in his usual spirits, and appar
ently in his usual health. During the
night he became ill. and a physician
was cailtd. but efforts to prolong his
life were unavailing, and he died at
the time stated. Mr. Pliley was born
at. Chillicothe. Ohio, in February. 1S19.
He spent the early years of his life in
Ohio, removing to California in the
Quest of gold in 1S5. He remained in
California for some years, removing
later to Nebraska, where he conducted
a large fruit farm near Topeka until
10 years ago. After the, death of m"i
wife 20 years ago. he made his home
with his son. W. V. Pliley.
He had resided in Rock Island a lit
tle over a year. Besides his sou in
this city. Mr. Pliley leavts a sou.
Allison .I., at Indianapolis, and a broth
er. Albert. ;it Topeka. Kans. In Kan
sas Mr. Pliley participated in the noted
Bell Price raid at lavrence. as a volun
teer. Arrangements for the funeral
have not been completed.
LIE IN OAKDALE
Funeral Held This Morning Trib
ute by Rev. W. S. Marquis As
The funeral of Henry B. Sudlow was
held this morning at H o'clock from
the home, W.V1 Twenty-third street.
Many friends of the family and busi
ness associates of Mr. Sudlow were
present. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor
of Broadway Presbyterian church,
conducted the services. In speaking
of the deceased. Rev. Marquis taid he
"was a man of deeds rather than
words. He was quiet, but a hard
worker. Mr. Sudlow," he said, "was a
man of strong character, and a man
whose loss to the community is great."
Former associates in railway work
served as pallbearers, those who serv
ed being M. A. Patterson, H. P. Green
ough, C. H. Lippincott, J. S. Horton.
H. A. Johnston and E. L. Goff. A quar
tet composed of Miss Dart. Mrs. Paul
Hamilton. Dr. A. H. McCandiess and J.
A. Johnson sang "My Jesus. As Thou
Wilt" at the services at the home. At
the grave at Oakdale cemetery, where
private services were- held, the quartet
sang "Nearer, My God. to Thee."
Many beautiful floral tributes cover
the casket at the home, and otlurs
wire laid about the grave at the cem
etery. County Court Tomorrow.
Attorneys having business in county
court that must be disposed of before
the return of Judge Parmentir will
have the opportunity tomorrow, when
Judge Chesley, of Henry county, will
preside for a day.
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve has no equal. It is a certait
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the fire
out of a burn and heal without a scar
Boils, old eores, carbuncles, etc., are
quickly cured by the use of the genu
ine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Ac
cept no substitute as they are often
dangerous and uncertain. Sold by all
A wonderful tonic for the sick and
afflicted. Get strength, health and hap
piness by using Hollister's- Rocky
Mountain Tea this month. A brac:ng
family medicine. 35c, Tia or Tablets.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
All the news all the time THE
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Broken lots of Men's Stylish
Suits of the Stein-Bloch Co.
marked at a great saving in
price. $20, $19, $18 and
$lb.50 Suits at
Regular Suits that were
S12.50. $10 and SO are
marked down to
THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAit 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 AS 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
On sale Aug. 30 to Sept. 4, inclusive. Good
on all trains. No change of cars.
S. F. BOYD.
D. P. A.
ALL THE TIME AT ALL THE
FIXTURES AND AT A MINI
THIS -IDEAL" TANK HEATER
REQUIRES SO LITTLE FUEL
AND ATTENTION TO KEEP
YOUR HOT WATER TAN rv "GOOD
AND HOT" THAT YOU WILL
NEVER NOTICE IT.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON THE
COST OF PUTTING IN ONE,
DO IT NOW.
& La Velle
F. II. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.
.4 -111 EM-K-.fr-H-l-i-l I M-il-M-M
gists, at 50c a bottle.