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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 18 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. 5 mM i . 78 years of age before he can be presumed to be incapacitated? Will Judge Parker fix a new limit of his own? Will he refer the matter to con gress, and if so, what will he do with the veterans in the meantime? Will Judge Parker tell the peo ple Whose votes he is seeking exactly what he proposes to do on the pension question? Presi dent Rosevelt's demand for a show of hands is a fair one. He has justified his own action, and he IffSlBte that it cannot fairly be criticised by his Opponent for the presidency unless some alterna tive plan is proposed. Not only the veterans themselves, but all of he people, young and old, have a right to expect, inasmuch as thisissue hns been raised by the democrats, that Judge Parker should declare him self once and for all. If ho is elected President, will he fix the age at which partial disability is presumed, at G2, or at G5, or at 70, or at 75, or at 80? If he would not alter the executive order made by President Roosevelt...

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. — 18 October 1904

B I 6 GOODWIN'S WBISKLY. H Page 12, lino 24, strike out the word "over" H and substitute the -word "almost" , HI Page 14, line 16, strike "the present pension HI commissioner" and substitute "the president of HI the civil service commission. General John C. H Black, formerly commissioner of pensions and Hi commander In chief of the Grand Army of the Re- H public." Hh Page 16, line 8, after the word "ballots" strike HI out the rest of that lino and linos 8, 9, 10, 11 and H line 12 through the words "that order." In place Hh of what is stricken out insert the following: "On H the assumption that the order as stated by the H administration, is revocable at the pleasure of H the executive, it having been an attempted, H though perhaps unwitting encroachment upon the H legislative power, and therefore unwarranted by H the constitution, I accept the challenge and de- H x clare that if elected I will revoke that order.",, H Page 17, th fourth line) from the bottom H of the page. Strike out...

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. — 18 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 7 H , LH 1B Q GREAT I 11 0 TRAINS 1 Ji In connection with the Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado Midland, the three great trains daily D ( M M to the East, with equipment and service of the highest grade. 9 ( H I II C i Chicago and St. Louis Special I w M IlUl Ul ) From Salt Iake 8:50 a. m. daily; from Denver 2:00 p. m. SB M ( Arrive in St. Joseph 9:30 a. m,; Kansas City 11:40 a. m. m , M H Arrive in St. Louis 6:50 p. m. bH I m, 9 i St. Louis and Chicago Special I I lilll fcl ) prom gait Lake City 3:15 p m. daily; from Denver 4:15 p. m. H '''ifl I Arriving Omaha 6:45 a. m. ; Chicago 8:00 p. m. II . M Note: The daily standard through sleeper, Salt Lake City to St. Louis, leaves H S S Salt Lake City at 3 :15 p. m. Daylight ride through scenic Colorado, arriving Denver U j ; H fj 4:00 p. m., with desirable stopover interval at Denver until departure of the M ! I 'iH H Eastern Express "from Denver at 10:35 p. m., arriving St. Louis second morning. H I jj'fH H .. ( Ea...

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. — 18 October 1904

8 GOODWIN'S WBHKLY. B Jip (9 HBHHHiHB' VRHHHiflP WHHHHHMP HHMHHHHHP MW tMHHHMMHHP MHHHWHHHWV I I FlP) When You Travel j H I xh' v"a e 2Lsb I I I San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad 1 H f The Direct Route to 5 I LEHI, AMERICAN - FORK, PROVO, MANTI, ! K I BORBKA, MAMMOTH, AND ALL POINTS IN I I I SOUTHERN TOlH AND NEVADA. :: I Mm I Conference Visitors will do well to remember that our depot is only three 1 H 1 bloGks from Temple Square with two lines of electric cars passing north and 1 H I south gates; also a cement walk from depot to Tabernacle. See agents for I 1 $ rates, train service etc., or address J. L. MOORE, District Passenger Agent. H m- - -- M- B fHErJI dJ& KtfflB i m B !i!w I All over the West are Jbwfil! W w m arm. mmm m hm jm. hm k theSeDwho WORLDS FAIR I vRf eey jffiW UNION PACIFIC 1 B MflflsJfcM 1 SOUNDS GOOD 'lSJsilM M In connootion with tho Wabash Railroad, tho Union Pacifio k H HBHIl I "" ' :: I KflHSJH B now runs trough Electric Lighted Sleepers to ...

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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 20 October 1904

Goodwin's Weekly. I H SPECIAL EDITION. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 20, 1904. No. 12. H C. C. GOODWIN, ----- Editor. J, T. GOODWIN. - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, Including postago In tho United States, Canada and Mexico 82.00 per year; 81.00 for bIx months. Subscriptions to all foreign countries within tho PobUI Union, 83.50 per year. Single copies, 5 cents. Payments should bo made by Check, Money Order, or Registered Letter, payable to Goodwin's Wkekly. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. I Entered at tho Postofflco at Salt Lako City, Utah, U.S.A. H as second-olass matter. P. O. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 801. I 217-232-233 CoMMEiioiAi. Club Bldq. Balt Lake City REPUBLICAN TICKET. 1 NATIONAL. F6r President Theodore Roosevelt For Vlco President Charles W. Fairbanks. STATE. For Presidential Electors E. W. Wade of We ber, H. P. Myton of Salt Lake, James A. Miner of Salt Lake, For Congress Joseph Howell of Cache. For Go...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 20 October 1904

B 2 GOODWIN'S WBKLY. ft H should cause Wm. McKInley, Theodore Roosevelt, B John Hay, Blihu Root and many more who have H boon chief actors In our government during the B past five years, to fear comparison with the strong H men of any age? B But after ail, the real humiliating feature of H the address of Judge Parker Is the fact that he, B standing the candidate for the highest office on H earth, can make no claim why the party which H he stands sponsor for should bo recognized and Hj trusted by the American people, save that those B in power should be ousted, For his own party he K has not a claim. From nothing accomplished in Hj the past by his party can he give any guarantees B that It has either the honesty or ability to conduct B tns great government with honor or success; B from no sentence in his address can one by any B exaggeration conceive that he has the slightest B idea of the1 wants, the requirements or the hopes B of this great country. H Suroly this is the year that t...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 20 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 I - - - ' - j&ignj of Weukne.S'S. American 'Party 'DesertedrA.d'Vice to tOomen Voters v General 'Politics, 'People -who olofcely watch the ebb and flow of the politiSal tide in Utah affairs have not failed to notice within the past two weeks lamentable , signs of weakness amid the tents of the society organized for the washing of the politiqal vest iirants of Senator Kearn& There are no longer the old shouts and jubilation; no more of the old boasts; none of the fervid show of a misspent enthusiasm that were apparent, a few weeks ago. ''There are many reasons' for the present relax ation in the Revenge Society. Gentiles who were atj Jlrst disposed to ardently support the anti 'ohurch Influence movement have now been con vinced that it was merely a scheme between Mr. Kdiarns and the Democratic leaders to elect a democratic state and county ticket. Candid people are satisfied that Frank Cannon's American party professions are insincere and fictitious, and t...

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. — 20 October 1904

H GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. H : H The mnnage'r of the Tribuuo is eut'tlGvl to un- Hg" ulut'Si oraisc lor holding tin paper in tho path H he pledged It to in connection with his "life, lib- H o-ty, property and snored honor" Anjoue who H oiu hoar up under such a doa t weight as the A.m- H prl'hn party without acquim? locomotor ataxia H is entitled to all the encomiums an admiring pub H lio can provide. H In round figures, just what would Thomas Hj Kearns probably give Choey Lippman if he would H step nut of the Tribune and be seen no more? Hs And wouldn't he bo entitled to alimony for what H he has suffered in the past from his political wed- H look with little Choey? B Judge Powers seems to have greatly enlight H " enod some people by the list of indictments H against him which appeared in his letter in recent R Issues of the two morning organs of the Amer- H lean-Democratic party. "I hadn't heard about H some of those charges before," remarked a Demo- H crat yesterday, "but I certainly bel...

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. — 20 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. 6 I RURAL FfiEE DELIVERY. Republicans Alone Deserve Credit for Inaugurat ing the Service Democrats Ignored the Law. Wljen Democrats assort that their paity is the "father" of rural free delivery, they wilfully mis state the facts. It is charity to call their assertion a piain falsehood, for it is a deliberate Ho, uttered with the intention o deceive many parsons. Ru ral free delivery had its origin under the Harrison administration, and Postmaster General Wana malcer was its "father." He proposed and estab lished the first experimental route When the Democrats came into power, under President Cleveland, they did everything possible to kill ru ral free delivery; in fact, they absolutely refused to expend any of the $10,000 Congressional appro priation for its nourishment and both Postmasters General Bissell and Wilson, in their annual reports, did their utmost to discredit it. President Cleve land also threw cold water on it in a hostile mes sage to Congress. When M...

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. — 20 October 1904

1 6 OOE)WIN'3WBKL,Y. H THE ALIENS BEWARE! BEWAREll m - B (Some idea of how tho Australian regards the B "race isaua" may bo gleaned from these strenuous B verses by a British poet of that continent) : B . They corns not as an open foe E To loot the land with steel and Are, B No barricades to dust, they blow, H Or make each homo a lurid pyre. B They bear no bannerette of war; B ' No trumpet forth a challenge yells B From grim-bull t battleship to shore. If They rain not hell-invented shells, Bt, But still they war and still they win; H hey claim, and &, Hhe victor's share. E Swarthy of heart aB weil as skin, H The Allen comes H Bewaro! Beware! ! Along the street no shrapnel shrieks, H No rifio spits Its venomed lead, Hi' No hasty-dug entrenchment reeks llr With piles of disemboweled dead, Hp They bear no bayonet, lance, or sword, F They blare no brass, they roll no drum, H When comes this Irresistloss horde B JTrom out its Mediterranean slum. K Prom AVhere the stench of Lisbon's ...

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. — 20 October 1904

' IBS OOODWHSTB WEEKLY. 7 M J ' .. s I IpBll (3 GREAT I I ! KW9 Q TDAIMC I I 1 Haaaa v i I vt 9 1 . Q In connection with the Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado Midland, the three great trains daily u jfl W to the East, -with equipment and service of the highest grade. If H I m p I Chicago and St. Louis Special 1 I IlUl Ul ) "From Salt Lake 8:50 a. m. daily; from Denver 2:00 p. m. H, H ( Arrive in St. Joseph 9:30 a. m,; Kansas City 11:40 a. m. M M I Arrive in St. Louis 6:50 p. m. H 1 I u a St. Louis and Chicago Special I I H lWi finl J prom gait Lake City 3:15 p m. daily; from Denver 4:15 p. m. Ig H I I Arriving Omaha 6:45 a. m. ; Chicago 8:00 p. m. U H Dj Note: The daily standard through. sleeper, Salt Lake City to St. Louis, leaves H H m . rr ,.. ''gait Lake City at 3:1 5 p. m. Daylight ride through scenic Colorado, arrivin'g Den Ver II D U 4:00 p. m., with desirable stopover interval at Denver until departure of the 9 HK I Eastern Express from Denver at 10:35 p. m., arriving St....

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. — 20 October 1904

W 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 1 I fmfe when You Travel p i I r Go via the XH$ I I I San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad I I I I LEHI, AMERICAN FORK, PROVO, MANTI, 1 I EUREKA, MAMMOTH, AND ALL POINTS IN 1 I I SOUTHERN UTAH AND NEVADA 1 H I' Conference Visitors will do well to remember that our depot is only three 1 H 1 blocks from Temple Square with two lines of electric cars passing north and 1 H I: south gates; also a cement walk from depot to Tabernacle. See agents for I H 9 rates, train service etc., or address J. L. MOORE, District Passenger Agent. $ i t j Jeml the pRipieDwho i C WORLDS FAIR W I jB G00dwil9S jff I NO CHANGE OF CARS f I vR ee"y jflV UNION PACIFIC 1 M mssMn f BOUNDS GOOD M MfjjlflW ,W In connection with tho Wabash Railroad, tho Union Pacific lB flHKjlI 1 I UmiM V now runs through Electric Lighted Sleepers to St. Louis wL HHvLI wlir 11C0C -fl-tcc m JuwmMbM Passongers aro landed at malu ontranco of tho Expo R H WKVHM ?- uaoo lucoc wmKrJmM sltlon at a convenient ...

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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 22 October 1904

-Goodwin's Weekly. I - , Vdii. V. SAM? lAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 22, 1904. - , No. 24. H " i i ' i ' ' " ' i (St C(3DWIN. Editor. J. T. GObDWlN, - - - - Manager. ...".' ' "i ' i" '" ' ' ' : ' i ..' 'r in i1'11" , J.T, I , i ''PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. . 'IWI i i.. ,'i , I I i i ,. j, , w, . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OP GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, Including postage In tho United Btatos, Canada and Mexico $2 00 per year; 81.00 for six monthB. Subscriptions to all foreign countries within tbo Postal Union, $3.50 per year. Single copies, 6 cents. , payments should be made by Check, Money Order, or Registered Letter, payable to Goodwin's Weekly. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. Entered at tho Postoffloo at Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. as Becond-closs matter. ' "" P. O. Boxbs 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 801. !1173bz-36 Commercial Club Blbq. Salt Lake Citv '"" n t REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President Theodore Roosevelt. For Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks. STATE. ; For Presidential Electo...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 22 October 1904

ill 2 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. B 1 ., ama Is cited. People should know that the only B I way Mr Bryan, T&m Patttfaon, Bourke Cock B 1 ran or even Judge Parker can maek a plausible iB R story out of that Is to omit the most important B I facts B I Secretary Hay and the minister from Colombia B Sj made a treaty by which the United States was B U I to pay to Colombia $10,000,000 for the strip of B ff land and $750,000 per annum after the canal B should be completed. This was sent to the Unlt- BS ed States senate and ratified. Then it was sent fi to the Colombian senate and contemptuously ro- n jecteu In the meantime our state department w had made a conditional agreement to purchase fftf the rights of the Frohoh company that had be- HIP gun building the canal. H v When the franchise for a right of way for a Blf railroad from Colon, now Aspinwall, to the city HH of Panama, across the isthmus was obtained, our , Bfl government, knowing how trifling the wretches idown there are, made a treat...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 22 October 1904

I rHJ GODWIN'S WSBKLY. 3 , . THE SHIP'S CREW. There was once a great ship, bigger than the Gedric or Baltfc, out at sea. All the owners were aboard. The ship had been in thick weather after leaving port, for many days. Two or three times the barometer indicated very heavy weather and more than once the ship had rolled a good I deal being caught in the seas that hajl been thrown up by a storm that had been beating upon a distant shore. But now the ship was on an even keel, her engines working perfeotly and making magnificent time, and old salts declared that they had never before seen so brave a ship or one so splendidly handled. The sun, too, was bright over head and as the beautiful ship rose and fell gently on the heavy swells of the deep sea, and the passengers prome naded her decks, they declared that the voyage was simply delicious. The ship was so ample of size that the owners had a cabin of their own where every day they met. The more aris tocratic were accustomed to drink ch...

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. — 22 October 1904

4 OODWIN'SWeBK LY. tfro ' li ii l i ' ' ' " ' ' ' " i i i m .1. . ii . ii i H Who Paid jfor the Tribune? Bl 1 l Tolygamtst on the "American Tarty" UicKet. State B 1 l Volittcs in General, HL nil j HI Br H ij A sensational story relating to the ownership HI : of the Salt Lake Tribune has recently been ex- l l plotted before the National Republican commit- Hlf ' teo- Hi If The matter is now under investigation by the Htf 1 committee and "if the rapo-t proves true, it will f I be demonstrated that the organ whicn is now in E ' open antagonism to the Republican ticket is in H reality owned, not by Tom Kearns and his bolt- nf ing associates, but the chief interest in the or- n gan is revertible to the National Republican com- Buf mittee. ff? The story is that while he was chairman of Bt : " v the National Republican committee, the late Hl Mark Hanna provided the funds which were used Hl j for the purchase of the Tribune, at the time when lHH the paper ostensibly became the property of Mr...

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. — 22 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WBK L Y. t H contrlbutekl financial sinews and worked with such unabated vigor for the unseating of Mr. Smoot during the late senatorial investigation. F&llowing this, Senator Smoot and the political opponents of the man who more than any other person debauched the state politically, defi nitely and overtly decreed that Mr. Kearns should not return to his purchased seat in the United States senate, and the bolt of Mr. K!earns and the Tribune from the Republican ranks .was the sequel to the defeat of his political conspiracy. A polygamist on the American party ticket. The statement seems appalling, but so it is. If anyone who intends to support the Ameri can ticket because it represents opposition to the Mormon church and church influence does I not believe it, he can convince himself by look ing over the list of the party's legislative nom inees. It surely was not placed on the ticket as a bait I for Mormon votes and in order to indicate to Mormons that the Tribune edi...

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. — 22 October 1904

li 6 OOODWIN'8 WBiBKUY. BH --- - - - - HK while in reality the manager of the paper is in BB hearty accord with what is being done. The Trib- JB une always was adept at putting up a more or lees BB feasible bluff. BB George E. Blair is displaying a sort of com- BB posite badge, which caused considerable stir BB ; when flashed at Democratic headquarters. It 1? a BB miniature Hag, the emblem of the American BB Party, with a photogravure of Judge Parker ap- BH pended to it. P. J. Daly was enamoured of the HI badge, and extracted a promise from Mr. Blair to HH provide him with one. As the American and H Democratic parties are really one organization H bearing two names, the emblem is peculiarly ap- HB propriate, and Daly and Chairman Bamberger n will probably each send for a consignment. fi In a recent editorial the Tribune vouchsafes 1 "tilo following advice to voters: Hii "If your sentiments are with the American Hf Party, do not vote any ticket, nor any part of HI ' any ticket, conce...

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. — 22 October 1904

GOODWIN'S WBKLY. 8 7 H 1 H Planter's, Tyith a professional nurse, and two med icos bripging me to. And on the urgent advise of on$ pf them I came home for a rest, and expect to remain some time. "Yes, thank you, a HtUp of the tripe, and just a small one." T. G. i ' POURKE COCKRAN. E go Bourke Cockran Is coming to Montana to speak HJs name is never mentioned without the memory coming back of a reply once made to one of his speeches. Said the speaker: "The I gentleman reminds me of the story of the Irish man who was afraid of thunder and who was trying to pick his way through dense chapparal One fearfully dark night when a great electric storm was raging. At last there came a tremen dous peal of thunder, Tim, dropping on his knees and extending his hands upward, in the anguish of his heart cried out: 'O, Lord Jasus, of you plase, give us less noise and more light.' " That covers Mr. Cockran's case perfectly. All the same, if one but listens to his sounding phrases and watches the play...

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. — 22 October 1904

Hi 8 OODWIN'8 WBBKlY. W&ifh the Ttri-Jighter B Two more weeks and then most of the politic III will be over, but during those two weeks, not HI a single play will bo presented at the Salt Lake B theater, and exoopt for the spasmodic appearance H of party orators, the house will be dark until after H November eighth. So save your pennies for the H good things that are coming, and make up your BH mind that the Lenten season comes in the fall this H year. BBfl - & fc7 HI THE GATES-SYMPHONY CONCERT. U A brilliant musical success, which crowded the H Salt Lakg theater with an audience composed Bl of the people of the oity vtfio really appreciate B beautiful music was the Luoy Gates-Symphony H orchestra concert of Thursday evening. It was, B one of the most notable events among the many H artistic successes in which Miss Gates, Mr. Shep- H herd, and the members of his orchestra have ap- HB peared, and it thoroughly demonstrated that Salt IH Lake is exceptionally favored in p' -sin...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
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