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THE ROCK ISLAND AliGTTS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1910.
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fMass.; "Walter S. Herln, Davenport,
and Anna C Hoffman, Rock Island;
Olof Johnson and Ethel Petrle, Erie,
k 111. ; John Howlett and Nellie Klobes,
Robert Hazelhurst Killed. Word
was received yesterday stating that
, Robert Hazelhurst, a man of about 30
years of age and until recently a resi-
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dent of Davenport, where he was in
affiliation with the Masonic order, was
Instantly killed at Devils Lake, S. D.
The accident occurred when the auto
mobile in which he was riding turned
over and Hazelhurst was caught under
Theatre Rom3eling Plans Too High.
Estimates on the cost of remodeling
the Grand opera house, in conformity
with the plans designed by the Chi
cago architects under instructions
from the local committee, are in me
neighborhood of $35,000. It was hoped
to have the desired alterations made
at a cost of $20,000, but this seems
Impossible at the present high cost of
buiidine- materials and labor. While
those in charge have not made any
official announcement to this effect,
it will now be impossible to remodel
the Grand this year and have it in
readiness for the opening of the season
the latter part of September, so it
would appear nothing will be done in
this direction at the present time. It
is stated all the leading Klaw & Er
langer productions, including such
stars as Maude Adams. Lillian Rus
sell and a score of others, are booked
at the Grand for the coming season.
As far as known the Grand will con
tinue under the management of D. L.
Hughes, who brought such a choice
assortment of attractions to Daven
port last season. Mr. Hughes expects
to bring his family to this city from
Keokuk and to make his permanent
Fails in Suicide Attempt. Maintain
ing that the bullet wound in his breast
directly over his heart is not the re
sult of his own deliberate attempt to
end his life. Robert A. West.phal, a
plumber by trade, lies at his home,
1539 West Second street, in a serious
condition, but unless the unexpected
occurs he will survive the attempt
made, on his life. The fae that the
bullet which penefrated his body was
only a .22 calibre is perhaps the only J
thing which saved his life. In all seven ;
shots were heard "oy some of the resi
dents in the immediate neighborhood
and the empty revolver lying in the
woodshed to the rear of his house
told the story of the shooting. What
was the motive in the rash attempt
cannot be ascertained, as Westphal
maintains strict reticence in regard j
to the shooting, except for the fact
that he claims he did not fire the
shots. However, every indication, ac- '
cording to those who have investi
gated, points to the fact that he fired
the shots with suicidal intent. Dr.
Strohbehn was summoned within a
few moments after the reports were
b en ri nnH TV-octree 1 Vi-oa f ..... i v, i .!
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ing m tne woodsbed. He was not un
conscious from the effects of the bul
let and told those about him that he
had been shot. Those residing in the
house at which he stays can ascribe
no reason for the attempt and believe
that he must have been temporarily
Obituary Record. g Herman Korn
died at Mercy hospital following an
operation for appendicitis. H was
born in Ravensburtr. KnpniirreiVii
Wurtemburg, Germany, 1S52. He
leaves his wife and three children.
Alice Korn. Otto Henry Korn and
Pauline Dorothea Korn. He was a
member of the German War Veterans'
society of the war of 1S70 and 1S71
and also belonged to the Davenport
ioage or the Sons of Herman. The
funeral services will be held tomor
row morning at 9:30 o'clock frnm th
late home, 1421 West Seventh street
ttunal will be made in Oakdale ceme
tery. Sigmund Lichensfein died at Mercy
hospital Sunday at the age of 43 years.
He was superintedent of the National
Life Insurance company and his homo
had been in the south, but he came to
Davenport two months ago to be oper
ated upon. He is survived by one
son, George Weinberg, and one daugh
ter. Miss Clara Weinberg, both of
Vicksburg, Miss. The funeral wM Je
held from the Boies chapel tomorrow
morning. Burial will 5e made in Oak
dale cemetery. The services will be
DEMOCRATS TO NAME ONE
Party Will Cling to Minority Repre
sentative in 35th District.'
Sterling, Jll., July 20. The demo
cratic central committee, 35th sena
torial district, yesterday voted to
nominate one candidate for minority
representative. The democratic can
didates for nomination are W. A.
Kannally, Sterling, and John Smiley,
UOME" "Sallie In
Our Alley" and
other old time
songs may go on
forever, but not so
with our dances.
Every year an as
sociation of danc
ing masters gets
many of the old
' steps and shows us
new ones, which arc qu;ekly learned
and adopted by the Four Hundred and
other folks who want to be right up to
the minute in this respect. The body
that sets the styles in dancing for the
country is called the International
Association of Dancing Masters In the
United States and Canada, and If one
includes the organizations from which
it grew it is some twenty-live or thirty
years old. It has met in various cities
in this country find Canada since It
was formed and recently closed a con
vention In New York.
At this meeting some radical changes
were made and the doom of the two
step and barn dance sounded. Now,
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THE COMET SCHOTTISH.
do not smile in superior disdain at this
statement and say, "Oh. we'll see'"
Dances are made, not born, and it is
at these conventions of dancing mas
ters that the. nut goes forth that the
old ones must die. And die they do
eventually in all up to date circles.
But if you still doubt it read what the
new presideut of the association. Pro
fessor O. M. Dully of Detroit, has to
say about the matter:
"There has boon a reign of romping
carelessness. 1 might almost say row
dyism, to music during the vogue of
the barn dance and the twostep during
the past four or live years. More than
that, the barn dance was dangerous.
It was forbidden by the proprietors of
many balls, as ceilings were known to
have come down and people injured
owing to that dance. Why, even small
steamboats conveying dancing parties
on the lakes came uenr beiug capsized
by the vigor with which the unthink
ing and careless indulged in the swing
ing and stamping barn dance. The
new dances adopted by the association
make for the stately gracefulness of
the old order of things. In the matter
of ballroom dancing, we are returning
to the schottish. the polka, the redowa.
the York and the lanwrs."
Well. If the barn dance was as dan
gerous as all that we won't weep over
its passing, but the fat man will sigb
deeply wUen be learns the twostep bus
THE BOSTON GLIDE.
been placed on the nonunion list, it be
ing a dance in wbicb be could cavort
and then emerge without appearing to
bave Just been under a shower bath
Maybe, however, fat and lean will be
Just as pleased with some of the new
dances evolved by the giant minds ot
the masters during the year. Among
them are the comet schottish. nam
ed after Halley's famous comet, of
course; the Boston glide, the society
swing and La Senora, a Spanish waltz.
The two first mentioned premise to be
come the most popular, however, there
being plenty of ginger, snap and grace
to tbem. 1
At the convention the dancing mas
ters, representing some 203 dancing
academies throughout the ..country.
Burglars Break Into Notion Store.
Burglars entered the confectionery
and notion store of John F. Giles, Fif
teenth street and Thirty-first avenue,
during Monday night and stole a coat
and vest, a number of cigars, and to
bacco, amounting to approximately $25.
They also helped themselves to canned
goods and soft" drinks. "Entrance waa,
gained byforcingra door. -
Protest '.Against Pictures. At a meet
ing of the Moiine Ministerial associa
tion members expressed themselves as
opposed to exhibition of films of the
Johnson-Jeffries fight, held July 4 in
Reno, Nev., and C. A. Lincoln, secre
tary of the association, sent to Mayor
Olson resolutions adopted by the so
ciety. Will Issue Swedish Newspaper. A
Swedish newspaper the Moiine Trib
un made Its first appearance in Mo
line today, and from this time on Mo
line: people may expect to see this pa
per, printed entirely in the Swedish
language, in their homes weekly. The
clay of publication will be Wednesday
of each week hereafter. Gus Falk, who
has been publishing a Swedish newspa
per in Seattle for the last eight years,
comos to Moiine to take charge here.
He has confidence the Moiine people
will support a weekly ivaper put out in
the Swedish language, and the liberal
support which he has been given by
Moiine advertisers for the initial issue
is very gratifying to him.
An Auto Fire Truck. Moiine already
i boasts of an auto police and ambulance
j wagon; additional metropolitan airs
i may soon be assumed, as a result of
action taken by the city council, the
aldermen expressing themselves as
unanimously in favor of authorizing
the fire, water and light committee to
advertise for bids for an auto fire
truck for use at the central station.
Such a wagon as it is proposed to pur
chase will cost the city approximately
$S,000. as a combination truck for hose
and ladders is required.
Has Big Year. Flattering reports on
the business of the year just ended
were submitted yesterday at the an
nual meeling of stockholders of the
Moiine Plow company, and plans for
the coming year were discussed. Pres
ent members of the board of directors
G. A. Stephens. F. G. Allen, C. R,
Stephens, C. A. Hamster, L. C. Bland
ing and A. C. Harbor were reelected,
and the-board continues the old organ
ization: President, G. A. Stephens;
vice president. F. G. Allen ;m secretary,
C. R. Stephens; assistant secretary, L.
C. Blanding; treasurer, A. C. Banister.
Kohler Dies of Heart Disease. Dis
patches from Chicago state that the
coroner's jury which investigated the
death of Erick Kohler, the former Mo
line man, found he was a victim of
heart trouble and Bright's disease. De
ceased was 47 years old and unmarried
He is a brother of Charles and Gustaf
Kohler of this city.
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actly the same prices charged at the regular circus ticket wagons.
il till m,'i
took' steps toward founding in New
York city a college for dancing, the
plan being for each to give an enter
tainment during the year and turn
over the receipts to the college com
mittee. In this way part of the $300,
000 needed for college building will be
obtained. The members of the associ
ation believe that the theory and his
tory of dancing should be taught, as
well as the figures and couple dances,
and their pans embrace the opening
of a kindergarten and the establish
ment of courses of study similar to
those of the grammar schools for the
And from now on waltzing Is to be
Indulged only as fast or as slow as fifty-five
measures to the minute. There
are to be no more fast German waltzes
nor slow, dreamy French ones. A hap
py mean Is to be struck between the
two. The masters of dancing have so
ordered. That settles it.
"I suppose everything must bo frozen
6tlff at the pole."
"I guess so. At any rate, some pret
ty stiff stories are brought back."
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