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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

WM r 2 GOODWIN'S VirBBKLY. y."! nM !j eight out of ten Mormons in Utnh knew no more H Iff j I '! - frm of government in the United tSates Hffifjiii j than of any other foreign government, for ours H& 'IhI j j! was a foreign overnment to them, and was so HHil 31 I li held, from its highest officers down. ffiMrh; '' The Godho episode was just about the time that Hi ij '' Brigham Young stood up in tho Tabernacle (or Ht&wt'sv ' Bowery) and denounced two Presidents of the Hjg ! 'j United States and the statesmen of two or three HI m ' '! States, consigning them finally to the bottomless H 1 " pit. It was only a little before that time that he, Hi I i from the same altars, declared that the North Hffrfjfl " prayed for the destruction of the South, the South Bx Hill l I for tlie destruction of tne North, and added: "We Hw PI II sny amen to both prayers." Kjl i'lif! Not eighteen years ago John Taylor, as presi- Hli'!ftf dent of the church, declared that the Mormon the- Bl;''iifi ocr...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

":, i )4 j. Bi'Bi - 2 OOODWIN'B WJ3:BKL,Y. I Rl 3Bf S I -i H i eight out of ten Mormons in Utah knew no more MM'fi of tho form of evernment ln the United tSates KElill than of any other foreign government, for ours l'!iijll ' was a foreIgn sovernment to them, and was so -Hi'J'ili held, from its highest officers down. llil If ' Tne Gotke episode was just about the time that Ktiir Brigham Young stood up in the Tabernacle (or K :,' S M Bowery) and denounced two Presidents of the Bij! ' United States and the statesmen of two or three Hf!!jji J States, consigning them finally to the bottomless Kffil'Pl ' p was on a ttle before that time that he, H 'II If from the same altars, declared that the North flf Miff prayed for the destruction of the South, the South R If If I for the destruction of the North, and added: "We Kf I'i? i say amen to both prayers." Hfllllrr eShteen years ago John Taylor, as presi- HflkM dent of the church, declared that the Mormon the- H '!' f'jw' ocracy was the only...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

I GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 I 1 B .I - t Bl KlE MINING CONGRESS. B Notwithstanding the excitements of the present Leek, Utah must not forget the Mining Congress BL i)P held in a few days at Butte, Mont. Those HLngnsses have been of vast good to the country, Knd especially to the West. Vm Agriculture leads all other industries in our Iftountiy, and this is right for two reasons. The Rvo things that men wear out their lives to se IBure are board and clothes. The first is supplied IKy the farmer. In a good many ways he also sup lElIes the latter. Then there is no other place half K0 good on which to bring up children as a farm. HLoe of home In the city is not like love of home flpa a farm, and it is that love expanded which Kiakes patriotism. But next to farming, the great industry of our Bountr is mining. Again, the effect of mining, especially precious luetal mining, makes up the vitalizing element in ljusiness, and civilization advances or recedes as he pioduct of the world's precious met...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

QOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 ' I THB MINING CONGRESS. Notwithstanding the excitements of the present wtek, Utah must not forget the Mining Congress to be held in a few days at Butte, Mont. Those congresses have been of vast good to the country, and especially to the West. Agriculture leads all other industries in our country, and this is right for two reasons. The to things that men wear out their lives to se em e aie board and clothes. The first is supplied by the farmer. In a good many ways he also sup plies the latter. Then there is no other place half bo good on which to bring up children as a farm. Loe of home in the city is not like love of home on a farm, and it is that love expanded which makes patriotism. But next to farming, the great industry of our country is mining. Again, the effect of mining, especially precious metal mining, makes up the vitalizing element in business, and civilization advances or recedes as I the product of the world's precious metal mines is increased or di...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

mm "I B 4 GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. I H h ii With Balfour, Premier; with Salisbury and R & 1 fi ( Hiclts-Beach retired, with the great war closed, it HI &Jj 1 1 will be natural to expect that a new impetus will Ml KH k given to British trade if it can be done. Bal- Hj l,i ' four naturally is disposed to let things drift, but H ' i Mr. Chamberlain, the Colonial Secretary, is as ag- H 1 H ' gressive as he is unscrupulous, and with the two M r $i men who wero always thwarting and opposing B J $1 him out of the way, he is likely to push some ag- H Hi ill ' gressive commercial measures. The Rand gold HI pj J J ! will begin to flow toward England soon, and it will HwHikij P make a great deal of difference when the steady HI !jff I outgo is stopped and the current is turned back HE u fj toward England again. The great trouble is that HI fflpf' j English manufactures have not kept up with the H ;f Ifc! I world's progress and her artisans have apparently Kf ftl lost their old grip. Hif'u,i!l...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

m In ft 1 4 GOODWINS WB6KLY. WM Am ; 1 If I I With Balfour, Premier; with Salisbury and ')j 3 I Hiclcs-Beach retired, with the great war closed, it yS J t will be. natural to expect that a new impetus will lH j be given to British trade if it can be done. Bal- Kni I our nflturay Is disposed to let things drift, but Bhivi I Mr Chamberlain, the Colonial Secretary, is as ag- HMi gressive as he is unscrupulous, and with the two t'u 4 I I men w wero always thwarting and opposing Klluj! I " Mm out tne way Jie s likely to push some ag- lliili gressive commercial measures. The Rand gold M$lplJ j: wM begin to flow toward England soon, and it will MlMtJlnii I make a great deal of difference when the steady Hflllliifii j ' outgo is stopped and the current is turned back RJfj;i: I toward England again. The great trouble is that Ww' i English manufactures have not kept up with the Ijnf fy world's progress and her artisans have apparently Wmr ' JLjfc! ' lost their old grip. li'J1 vv' ! r The Argo...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

I i II I GOODWIN'S WBBKL.Y. 5 ill 1 i I THE GRAFT OF THE ANTLERED HERD. Who Got to Them the HardestAn After math. "Soak 'em while they're here, for they'll he a long time gone; good enough for Elks, and make -em pay, pay, pay!" That has heen the warwhoop of too many far seeing business men the past week, and they have done Salt Lake more harm than good, making car nage out of their killings. They have taken the money away from visiting Elks and their friends faster than a house full of brace games could have done it, scraped them clean of every penny, and told them to kiss them selves good-bye. The "Welcome" sign has blazed from the front door, the con smile has blazed from behind the counters, and the schoop-shovel mit has been held open for the jingle on the mahogany, for "Jolly I Elks are good fellows"; we'll be wise as a tree full of owls. Stick 'em from soup to nuts, and they'll never know the difference." But they did, and they hollered, and wherever you go in the next few mon...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. 6 I -i m w ' " ' mmm - . mm i i i i i u m . - ","" mmm m i i . -I ) . i . ) I ijui i i i - - - J I , M THE GRAFT OF THE ANTLERED HERD. Who Got to Them the HardestAn After math. Soak 'em while they're here, for they'll be a lo.ig time gone; good enough for Elks, and make 'em pay, pay, pay!" That has been the warwhoop of too many far seeing business men the past week, and they have done Salt Lake more harm than good, making car nage out of their killings. They have taken the money away from visiting Elks and their friends faster than a house full of brace games could have clone it, scraped them clean of every penny, and told them to kiss them selves good-bye. The "Welcome" sign has blazed from the front door, the con smile has blazed from behind the counters, and the schoop-shovel mit has been held open for the jingle on the mahogany, for "Jolly Elks are good fellows"; we'll be wise as a tree full I of owls. Stick 'em from soup to nuts, and they'll neer know the diff...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

B''IjI 6 OODWIN'S WEEKLY. 1 HI . ifl ' Hll :, Dramatic. Hk Corianton. HljfMjIjj Ono daily paper said: "A fashionable first night RMjjIll audience bowed down at the shrine of a Utah au- MiHlrl thor," If it did, that audience bowed down to Hiliili i Mr B- H. Roberts, for everything of worth in the RjBRfjfe!1! I wording of "Corianton" came from his pen, and Hpf&fPJ i; without clever people, beautiful costumes, gor- I l I geous scenery and the spectacular features, the ! j production of the play would be a dismal failure bj i instead of a notable success. There is strength HVP I' i nnd power and interest in "Corianton," but there "IjI! i I would be no crowding if put in three acts, and IfjL1 I if numerous boring dialogues were eliminated. Ifl!" ;l In fact, they must be stricken out entirely if it PISH! jjt',j is the intention to try the Mormon play on a city Eail'lih ' audience. t!j:i Clumsy, long sentences, without a breathing Hjjjjl spell and void of a single line that is worth re...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

jPJlJS' 6 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. I I Dramatic. j Corianton. One daily paper said: "A fashionable first night audience bowed down at the shrine of a Utah au thor." If it did. that audience bowed down to ' Mr. B. H. Roberts, for everything of worth in the wording of "Corianton" came from his pen, and without clever people, beautiful costumes, gor geous scenery and the spectacular features, the production of the play would be a dismal failure p ! instead of a notable success. There is strength HRp J ! and power and interest in "Corianton," but there KBg ' I would bo no crowding if put in three acts, and VKKi 11 if numerous boring dialogues were eliminated. BHm ; In fact, they must be stricken out entirely if it ! I ',' is the intention to try the Mormon play on a city iflw I audience. JBlfJ!1 ;: Clumsy, long sentences, without a breathing raN&j, spell and void of a single line that is worth re- Hk ', i ' membering, tedious waits with an empty" stage fffi;! J when maddening songs are int...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

1 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 7 I i . . : ' ' frflLi 1 Promoters. B promoters are people afflicted with chronic op- I ti'mHrn. m The disease looks at first sight like confirmed I altruism, and it is so generally diagnosed by the public, hut a long and careful study of it in all its phages is certain to disclose the fact that it is quite different, says the New York Times. The man who has altruism badly has sev eral symptoms that are quite different from those of the promoter. For instance, he wants to give things away for nothing, and the promoter never really does that, though he tries hard to make everybody think he does. The most remarkable case of altruism that has ever been brought to the attention of the public is that of Andrew Carnegie, who has it so bad that there seems no hope of curing him. There is, however, some relation between the two diseases. It is be llecd that Andrew Carnegie had optimism once I and was a promoter before he ever developed the other disease, and it is stated...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

I ill I GOODWIK'S WEEKLY. 7 'ill I Promoters. promoters are people afflicted with chronic op- timism. The disease looks at first sight like confirmed altruism, and it is so generally diagnosed by the public, but a long and careful study of it in all its J phases is certain to disclose the fact that it is j quite different, says the New York Times. The man who has altruism badly has sev eral symptoms that are quite different from those of the promoter. For instance, he J wants to give things away for nothing, and the promoter never really does that, though he tries hard to make everybody think he does. The most I remarkable case of altruism that has ever been brought to the attention of the public is that of Andrew Carnegie, who has it so bad that there seems no hope of curing him. There is, however, some relation between the two diseases. It is be lieved that Andrew Carnegie had optimism once and was a promoter before he ever developed the other disease, and it is stated on good aut...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

Hl'fj I 8 GOODWIN'S WHBKL.Y. Ip Society. i At The Country Club. I Next Wednesday, August 20th, will be visitors' P days at the Country club, and any number of It smart little dinners have been arranged to pre ceed the dance which will be given by the hos- HVilf : tesses for the day, Mrs. Smedley Smith, Miss Ged- BB1 J f des, Miss Burke and Miss McCorniclc. HBUlf I And, speaking of the dances at the club, Truth's BBS! If i society oditor solemnly tells the smart set that HHR v nothing less formal than a Tux should bo worn BHljS1 on such an occasion. The fact of the matter is J that, East and "West, at the real Country clubs, the Tux has been almost abandoned. So many men L go out in the afternoon, and, anyway, it is a nui- 1 sance to got outside of an evening makeup and I ; go out in the country. Of course, you might keep L a complete wardrobe in your golf locker, or your If !, man might trail you out with the necessary cloth- I ing, and then again, he might not. r.i At any rate, you...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

Klii 8 GOODWIN'S YBBKL.V. BMJ J , HBf I HIE 5 Mr Society. m Wjp J' ' At The Country Club. HHli ; ,( Next Wednesday, August 20th, will be visitors' Hnjni i I days at the Country club, and any number of Hamf ' ' smart little dinners have been arranged to pre- HRji . 4 ' ceed the dance which will be given by the hos- jjHpff ;, tesses for the day, Mrs. Smodley Smith, Miss Ged- jHwjff des, Miss Burke and Miss McCorniclt. IBRpI ' I And, speaking of the dances at the club, Truth's HUj ! j I society editor solemnly tells the smart set that HHIjj i j nothing less formal than a Tux should be worn HSU If i on such an occasion. The fact of the matter is ' that, East and West, at the real Country clubs, the ' I Tux has been almost abandoned. So many men f 1 go out in the afternoon, and, anyway, it is a nui- ! ' i sance to get outside of an evening makeup and H1 l go out in the country. .Of course, you might keep lsljf! j j j a complete wardrobe in your golf locker, or your I a j man might trail ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. 9 1 Hjdsorv's Market Letter. Salt Lake City, Aug. 14, 1902. The convention of Elks which has brought froi i fifteen to twenty thousand visitors into our cit has been such an immense strain upon the brol prs to assist in entertaining them and pro viding for their comfort, that our market during the past week has been somewhat neglected. The visitors have been, we think, royally en tertained, and will leave Salt Lake well pleased with the treatment they have received. Arrange ments have been made for the visitors to go to the various mining camps. They will visit Park City tomorrow. Trips have been arranged for Tintic, Mercur, Stateline, Park valley, Gold mountain, and no doubt many of the Elks and their friends will take advantage of this opportunity to look at the many mining interests of our State. We ex pect great benefits to accrue to Salt Lake on ac count of the Elks' convention. Our delightful cli mate should make the State a health resort, and the various opp...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

I GOODWIN'S WBRKLY. 9 j , I I Hudson's Maurket Letter. I Salt Lake City, Aug. 14, 1902. II rho convention of Elks which has brought If frum fifteen to twenty thousand visitors into our I cit v has been such an immense strain upon the I brokers to assist in entertaining them and pro I viding for their comfort, that our market during I tin past week has been somewhat neglected. I The visitors have been, we think, royally en- H teitained, and will leave Salt Lake well pleased II with the treatment they have received. Arrange H nifiits have been made for the visitors to go to the I various mining camps. They will visit Park City I tomorrow. Trips have been arranged for Tintic, I Mercur, Stateline, Park valley, Gold mountain, I and no doubt many of the Elks and their friends I will take advantage of this opportunity to look at I the many mining interests of our State. We ex I pect great benefits to accrue to Salt Lake on ac I count of the Elks' convention. Our delightful cli I mate shoul...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

Wttij GOODWIN'S WEEK:DY. IRi!' 111 u i ' ' ' , i Ogden Letter. 1 Ogden, Aug. 1-1. ' The young men of the Republican ulub are highly elated over tho success vhich their efforts won for Weber county at the Lugoon outing. Be- HSjfi''jj ! ')' sides furnishing a crowd of between 600 and 700 Hkf!i - Republicans, the young men had tho satisfaction HH&! I : of seeing the Ogden Council win the ball game, BmB1I I : and three of tho prizes for their own people. When MBIfl! j J '- the boys live down the wholly unwarranted news- Bslgf'jf i I pape1' notoriety which has been fcorced upon the HHnj j club, it might bo a good idea to persuade Bagby HB mlp, J to turn over to tho treasurer the basket of wine mm p j I he won as the ugliest man (he is really good-look- Hf s1j ! j ing) for the purpose of "wetting" the installation In Hj ;' of officers. Bagby would certainly be agreeable, ab mm jw . j ' " he is a temperance man himself, and he knows HttH jjlfjf! : j ' . he got the wine under false pret...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

1 III if' 10 GOODWIN'S SffBBKLY. I HPfiV 'm Ell jr. w nil! Ogdeiv Letter. ' 1 Hi it t Ogden, Aug. 1-1. BsHliI' iSi The young men of the Republican club are W 1ll: .1 highly elated over tho success vhich tlieir efforts H ! J !' won lor "Weber county at the Lagoon outing. Be- Bk'.ii j l;t aides furnishing a crowd of between GOO and 700 Ji'JIfi $i Republicans, tho young men had tho satisfaction B' ,J$1 of seeing the Ogden Council win the ball gamo, Eli'lllll W an1 turce of tuo prizes for their own people. When KfPlIt 111 tlie uoys live down the wholly un warranted uews- SlII' ' m papev notoriety which has been tovced upon the wlj'i'tjfj U"X club, it might bo a good idea to persuade Bagby HV ' i to tl,rn over to llie treasurer ne basket of wine Hi ', j0 J he won as the ugliest man (he is really good-look- Hjflj, !k! j ing) for the purpose of "wetting" the installation H'UiVi' ' of officers. Bagby would certainly be agreeable, as H ''r i$t' !! ho is a temperance man himself, and he knows...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

I GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. U I B A Wooden Rival. Lunch was over and the people in the propor- tion of nineteen women to one man were stream B ing out of the hotel dining-room and choosing B seats on the broad piazzas where the cool, green striped awnings protected sensitive eyes from the reflected fflare of the waters of the Sound. The day was as bright as the multitude was dull, and the woman in that shade of green which has turned half our female population into human lettuces allowed her hands to fall idly in her lap. "My mind," she began, "is an absolute blank. The only intellectual feat of which I am at pres ent capable is the recital of my name, my ad dress, and the nature of my husband's business. I could pose as a model for Unrelieved Stupidity at any minute of this current day." She looked appealingly at her companion as if begging her I not to claim the wheels of her intellectual ma I chinery were also clogged. "Do tell me some- I thing interesting," she begged. "It would be too ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 16 August 1902

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. ; I A Wooden Rival. Lunch was over and the people in the propor tion of nineteen women to one man were stream ing out of the hotel dining-room and choosing seats on the broad piazzas where thp cool, green striped awnings protected sensitive eyes from the reflected glare of the waters of the Sound. The day was as bright as the multitude was dull, and the woman in that shade of green which has turned half our female population into human lettuces allowed her hands to fall idly in her lap. My mind," she began, "is an absolute blank. The only intellectual feat of' which I am at pres ent capable is the recital of my nanie, my ad dress, and the nature of my husband's business. I coi'ld poss as a model for Unrelieved Stupidity at any minute of this current day." She looked appealingly at her companion as if begging her not to claim the wheels of her intellectual ma chinery were also clogged. "Do toll me some thing interesting," she begged. "It would be too terrible if we ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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