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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 18 October 1902

' m ! Goodwin's Weekly. L SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 18, 1902. No. 23. j tt , M C. GOODWIN, Editor. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Option Price ? j&a0rths in Ad- Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly, 0. Boes 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 301. tp 231 Commercial Clud Bldg., Salt Lake City E GREAT ANTHRACITE STRIKE. The world's record is filled with instances ere such an antipathy had grown up between 0 nations that only war and long-continued lodslied could cause either side to be governed anything like reason. Then a cooler judg nt was invoked and a settlement made and both ivers were given time to reflect how much bet it would have been to have made the settle nt at first before the awful waste of life and asure. One thinks of these experiences which the rid has so often been supplied with when con aplating the great anthracite strike and the art burnings that have grown out of it, which ve increased the arrogance of the mine own i, which have gone on...

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. — 18 October 1902

Si i 1 I y 2 OOOE) WIN'S YJBBKLY. I Ij 1 Calhoun, Stephen A. Douglas, E. D. Baker, Itohert nil Toombs, Allen G. Thurman and kindred spirits jj j , had seats there; that in modern times that hall H 1 1 has heen graced by a Wellington, a Clark, a Tlll- f I man and a Kearns, and Utah should be most care- ful that the prestige of the august place shall not r j S be lowered by any selection that she may make III for Senator. i j J One of the biggest and best men, judged by both :i brain and heart, that ever gave sanctity to the I 1 I streets of Salt Lake City is Bishop Scanlan. j i But if appealed to we think the closest friends H I of tho Bishop would be constrained to say that the I IEI I very intensity of his life, his years of effort to m sh follow acceptable his Master, have unfitted him to B ij 1 1 become a politician and the holder of a political H '!: , mcG- H 'j 'j '' But he is ,thus far, only a bishop. Is it not B $J - plain that one who has been so absorbed in the j -. work of...

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. — 18 October 1902

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 ' If t H IT WILL MEAN A STORM. It is certainly true that if the dominant church liero forces or permits the election of Reed Smoot to the Senate it will make the devout Mormon peo ple more heart-burnings than they have felt since the Congress of the United States closed its doors against B. H. Roberts. The claims of the Mor mon creed will be fully aired by the press and peo ple of this country with a discouraging result to Mormons. The American people are strong par tisans and wrangle without sunt over matters political. At the same time they are very jealous over the full sovereignty of the Republic and not very patient toward those who give to it only a half-hearted fealty. If Apostle Smoot goes to Washington as Senator, his claim for a place there will surely be questioned. He will be asked if it is not true that his first allegiance is to the Mor mon creed, if that 'creed has not a temporal as well as a spiritual side and if the temporal part is not founded o...

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. — 18 October 1902

ilH,l OOODWIN'S WEEKLY. I Hill J i H ! (ft rj The worst feature of the great strike in the 1 m m East is the dissatisfaction it will create in the j I: V ranks of labor and the impression it will create I jj 1 iffl in the minds of the strikers that there are easier I t W ways to obtain a living than by working for it. I I j H Demagogues will add to this unrest for purposes l j of their own. The labor world seems to be swift- M i ly approaching the condition of 1892 when, with 1 M ? a sullen, senseless perverseness they elected Mr. 1 Cleveland and by the same votes cast for him I Vm j voted themselves out of work for four years. They I S jffi forget that the days of miracles are past, that it ft (I is impossible to obtain something for nothing; m If forget that the royal road to independence is M j through intelligent labor; that Carnegie, Hanna, St Schwab and all the men whom they call magnates, j jm 'j never won anything by strikes, but by their S ,J brains and hands, through the r...

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. — 18 October 1902

m GOODWIN'S VBEKLY. 5 j Cfe Situation in XOeher Cotinty. The lines of the campaign have been outlined and the fur is expected to fly next week. The Re publicans, both as a national and local issue, are crying. "Let well enough alone." The Democrats are meeting this slogan by asserting that in coun ty government the people have not been having "well enough." They are making a campaign of abuse and faultfinding, and they hope to horn swoggte enough of the people to give them the vic tory. The orators of the unterrifled have loaded up on misrepresentations and cheap attacks and propose to carry the war into Africa. The Repub licans will content themselves with denying Dem ocratic campaign stories and will depend on the good sense of the American voter to see that the 6, o. P. ticket is victorious all along the line. One of the really funny things of the local cam paign is the selection of Judge Dee as chairman of the Democratic county committee. The good old Judge is one of our leading...

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 1902

II W , 6 OODWIN'S WEEKLY. I y . I 11 The Oeher-Fields Disappointment. 1 "You have never been to see Weber & Fields?" B m If The feeling expressed in this question by my con I (Si H Bcientious New York friend cannot be described. I 3p jj Sorrow, wonderment, compassion, horror, a hun I TO 'ji dred emotions drawn through those brief words. m k He seemed dazed for a moment, and looked I Mr ti ar n snnce tn'ing to comprehend how anyone I IP If- could be so neglectful of a young man's education. H I He sent for the seats immediately. B 5 ij Down Broadway we elbowed with the thou- II I sands going to the playhouses. 1 In a little while we stood in front of the little t I white and gold music hall. "Nothing tonight," lj we heard through the crowd, "except these two- A gallery-back row," and the look of despair through M the sea of satin was almost pitiful. Outside the M rf speculators were harvesting:, with seats at three jr ' and Ave. In we went. The little house was 2 jammed and a smi...

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 1902

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 7 I .. Sporting Life. And the dope came true. It was predicted in these columns last week and the week before that tlie proposition regarding the admission of Salt Lake and Ogden to the Pacific Northwest league was a losing one so long as such a man as Borchers had anything to do with the deal; that he had failed to make good this season when he had the chance to show whether he was IT or not, and that, knowing he was interested in the team, the prominent supporters of the game who had been approached regarding the money end would not give up their coin. It is also known that the backing figured on by the other promoters in on the scheme did not pan out and that they were finally forced to ap peal to Charlie Griffin, manager of the successful team of 1901, for financial support, and were prac tically turned down. However, it was decided to send Borchers to the meeting of the Northwest clubs which was held in Spokane last Wednesday, but e- uck was against them, for ...

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 1902

y 8 GOODWIN'S YBBKL.Y. It ft! H 1 1 !T The prophet is without honor who made book I Si $ with tho idea timt the fai1 and winter scason in B 1 1 ' society was destined to bo a case o hibernation IS H ' with nothing doing to enliven its torpid condl- M III ' tion Tne daily twenty-hour transformation scene M W of tne past week lias een very Siddy and very IP raj wonderful, but there is a fear that it has been H I 1 1 J. a little too strenuous to last, and that afternoon H I 1 lj i j affairs will be the thing for a week or two. It m ! nt ' '- has been charmingly demoralizing, but a little m J JJ; exacting on the men who ought to drop down H I town early. If it kept up, the ladies might begin Hjj' X j. to miss the sterner sex. This is general and not M S! ' detail for, well, two lines of Rogers Brothers' H J? J will explain: B e ' "Does his wife ever miss .her husband?" H lii'k "No, she can throw straighter." lit The McCornick Luncheon. H l3 V H ?j if1 A most elaborate luncheon was that ...

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. — 18 October 1902

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 9 H Mining. Lone Pine Mining Company. Park City as a successful mining camp has in late years become a name to conjure with, and sensational strikes have become so common as to have received but little attention outside of local mining circles. Among the recent properties which are receiv ing the attention of mining men in Park City and Salt Lake, none rank higher as prospects with sure high-producer contacts and magnificent sur face indications than the possessions of the Lone pine Mining company on Bonanza Flat, near the head of Snake river, of which C. M. Mair, now Sheriff of Summit county, is the efficient manager The most important reason for faith in per manency and high values of the Lone Pine prop erties is the fact that both of the well-known Silver King lime and quartzite contacts can easily be followed from the greatest of Park City pro ducers and dividend payers to and through the Lone Pine claims lengthwise. The surface indica tions are acknowledged 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 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 18 October 1902

111, 10 GOODWIN'S lAfBBKLY. I SOCIETY. S Continued from page 8. W The Tarbet Reception. t? J The reception given on Tuesday by Mrs. A. H. i Tarbet, in honor of Mrs. W. D. Donaher, was an jjfj elaborate affair. The red and yellow of the autumn Up leaves were the general decorations, but pink and green and white were also used effectively, and H the rooms were stunning in their contrasts. An jj orchestra rendered sweet music during the after- noon, to the enjoyment of the many guests. lit Bubb-Street Engagement. 5 Col. and Mrs. Bubb have announced the en- ht, gagement of their daughter, Helen, to Mr. Gerald "fy Street. This announcement has been the subject A of much interest in the smart set, where both of the young people have many friends. The date for the wedding has not been set. ' Mrs. George M. Downey entertained at cards if on Thursday afternoon, about fifty guests being ,A present. The game was sixty-three, and the affair .,? was most delightful. Different cards from the H de...

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. — 18 October 1902

OODWIN'S weeKUY- 11 ' 8 , a "Fuel of Fire," Ellen T. Fowler's latest addi tion to brilliant character novels, is just being published by Dodd, Mead & Co. of New York. Readers of Miss Fowler's novels are accustomed to hearing her characters talk, and while much of this talk is so peculiar, suggestive and brilliant that one would think her people would be rather trying to live with for any length of time, rather wearing on the nerves in fact, and apt to keep an ordinary mortal strung up to too high a tension to enjoy much of the dulce far niente of life. How ever her latest story is very human in its charac ter handling and well worth readers desiring to be amused and interested. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. of Boston and New York have just placed on the literary market the long expected volume on Henry Wadsworth Long fellow which is the last of the series up to date of "American Men of Letters' and is written by T. W. Higginson, although much of the biography covering sketches of ...

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. — 18 October 1902

II yp x2 GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. I T.Ke Social Life 0f MAN U8! fBls!!- Shirts, Collars si Cuffs in &JJio0g&Hr that cannot be imitated. 111 1 YUr Patrona9e wi" allow us to substantiate the FACTS. j l"; 1 TROY LAUNDRY, 1 1 r J Telephone 192. 166 MAIN STREET. HHJ S j jt emr-1- ?? tc- J?-??---? -!g- -?v t. .y. & ..t- -T- - .g-.y-3- -y- ?? 38- t. t- y 111 1 R H OFFICER & CO Ore Cesting Works I ores tested by the 1 ilk 1 F1lB " Wr" w.&r WW., m gomiectiOlt Cyanide Method. llllt i ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. E H C f -3 Hypo " and other Leaching Methods. ft I' I MILL TESTS ON COPPER ORES BY THE NEILL PROCESS. Amalgamation- lilf 1 fwrs ffl? 7W sale of ores and mill products. wrS Uk't J tG& SOUTH WEST TEMPLE STREET, - - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ' p H 1 5, K (II' y The Shortest and Fastest Line to All Principal Utah Points. m Bt ! I BiiH 1 Vll w i il T i-HiliWHTprtP T SI ulMRHlflifl j "lit the short line to the pacific Iirnl ' northwest. jli- . Wi - 4 & i I jj...

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. — 25 October 1902

' ' 9 I B Goodwin's Weekly. Ill I if 4 ' 9 I i ' v H Vol. I. SAIU LAKE CITY, UTAH, "OCTOBER 25, 1902. No. 24. I't i ' l If c. C. GOODWIN, Editor. I j. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. U subscription Price SFor Months ( in Advance. H Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly, P. 0. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 301. 217 233-231 Commercial Club Bldg., Salt Lake City AN APPEAL. Young men and women of Utah of the domi nant church, are you keeping watch of things nowadays? Are you noting the fact that every indication promises the election of Republican candidates for the Legislature even in the Dem ocratic strongholds of Cache and Utah counties? You understand what that means, do you not? An apostle is a candidate for election to the United States Senate and all the laity must bow down to ratify that ambition of his. Have you not had about enough of this? Can you not see that by the jugglery of the system which you are attached to, the offices, the honors, the...

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. — 25 October 1902

ij ' a GOODWIN'S YBBKiV. I I going, he, being orthodox and in good standing, and not permitted to swear, looked anxiously V about him, eager to And some lay member who 1 might, approximately, do the subject justice. What he wrote, or what he thought he wrote, was the subjoined: "It Is my intention to discuss through the Com- & moner, from a Democratic standpoint, all ques- tions of importance, and to use the paper's in- f fluence to thwart the plans of those who would le use the Democratic party for mercenary purposes." f The trouble came from using the word use twice, the word being nearly in the same place In each line. Nine out of every ten compositors will, under such an arrangement, invariably drop a line. But really, considering Mr. Bryan's work for the past five years, was the first version so very bad? v jfi' It would bo a clever stunt if some one would H 1 , accidentally perforate a few of the clever "prac- H If Ij! ; tical" jokers who are ransacking neighborly H H J ,'...

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. — 25 October 1902

I GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 1 I THE MOTE AND THE BEAM. B Four years ago the country was stirred to its I farthest border by the sinking of one of its bat- tie ships in the harbor of Havana. It was an in 1 suit to our flag which symbols the Nation's sov Jf ereignty; it was a foul assassination for with the ship went down with her crew of fighting men. The demand for justice through a Nation's vengeance was universal. The blameless and glorified man who was then President sought with all his per sonal and official power to calm the people and avoid a wasting war, but even he could not stem the tide; even he could not turn back Destiny; at last it was decreed that the prayers of centu ries should be answered, the wrongs of centuries righted; the Nation put on its war panoply, and in a few weeks Spain's arm upon the sea was bro ken, upon the land the power of Spain was so shivered that she was forced to give up all her island possessions. Then a new duty fell upon our country. It was found in...

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. — 25 October 1902

Bin ! I 4' OOD WIN'S WBBKLY. I BHki m t I I j, ; II 1 ! State Fire Insurance hJj. The Urut. sBH lit ! y Agont. H 1 I As must inevitably have followed, the excite- Rj I ment occasioned by the change in fire rates in S 1 Salt Lake has somewhat abated, and this goes to 8 1 i prove that there is no vital principle involved in Hl jLj I the indignant protest, or that the principle did H ff! not amount to a great deal after all. It may be Hi ml questioned if any really sensible aspect of the Hi m proposition has yet been presented even by Mr. Hi m Parkhurst, who seems to have been the head and HI I IS.1 1 front of the insurance offending. HHH I'j f Leaving aside all political aspects of the case, 14;' no one can seriously deny that the fire depart- ','. ' ment of Salt Lake is almost as hopelessly useless tj,' to combat a conflagration as the water supply is I insufficient to overcome it, but when it is remem- $ I bered that members of the City Council of Salt ri Lake seem more determined o...

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. — 25 October 1902

GOODWIN'S YifBBKLY. 6 ! 1 I Uhe Situation in "Weber County. B There is nothing but politics in Weber these days. The campaign is on in earnest and there M will be no let up till the entire Republican ticket II is elected on November 4th. We had Senator Clark tt from Wyoming, who spoke to empty benches be ll cause it was understood he came as the special II champion of Kearns. This week we had Bryan, II and the way the "boy orator" handed it to the Re H publicans was a caution. Bryan is the ideal Dem- ocrat. He is "agin the Government" from benevo- lent assimilation to settling the coal strike. He I never fails to withhold the just measure of praise B from a Republican for a commendable act, while he will go miles out of his way to stick up for a I Democrat especially if said Democrat is of the H Bryan brand. Hj II In this regard Bryan has a bold follower in II Uncle John Seaman. Uncle John can't be con- vinced that any good can come from any Repub H lican and with that idea in his 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. — 25 October 1902

Ifhi H OODWIN'B WBBKDY. I Mil i?1 ,, IS r I 2 Theatrical Truest and It? gPassitig. IB (Written, for Goodwin's Weekly.) P Trusts, of course, hold the center of the stage 5 just now, with the political campaign drawing to i a close. There is one trust not in politics, how- , ever, that is likely to have some trouble after i the count has been made and the field has been I cleared for the next year's battle. There are mul- l tiplying indications that a theatricarSvar of mag- r nitude is impending and before it is over the syn- dicate that has placed itself in control of the the- , atrical situation is likely to be smashed. Other trust magnates may well envy the six I men who form this syndicate. Twenty years ago i thoy were poor. They have been reveling in pow- or for more than, six years now and the greatest of public favorites at one time or another has been ! 4 compelled to make obeisance to them, while the theater and amusement managers have been rest- HijUj nk ive under their exac...

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. — 25 October 1902

OOODWIN'8 WBKLY- 7 I H . gs f0r Miss Blanche Bates and was told he could H not get tne dates in Washington and Baltimore B which he wanted. He obtained options on the I tirae of two music halls and then delivered his B ultimatum. He obtained the bookings. B Liebler & Co. have also grown strong as the B trust has crushed out many of the smaller man B agers. They took Miss Viola Allen from Charles n Frohman when she rebelled against certain of i her manager's plans. They brought Mrs. Patrick Campbell to America after Mr. Frohman had failed to obtain her engagement. James O'Neill and Kyrle Bellew have been steadily , successful and added to their revenues. Mme. Duse and "The Eternal City" promises further big features for this season, and they will bring Mme. Rejane and other big " attractions next season. They have long since taken the position that the syndicate must suit them with bookings or expect defiance. There are -plenty of others who are only wait ing for the syndicate 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 25 October 1902

BO It f Si I 8 GOODWIM'S WJBBKLY. Ilf I Are the men dead to the world, don't they real- 1 " I ize what is expected of them? Nearly the first of 8 1 Novemher and nothing but newspaper talk about "j the assemblies. It wouldn't be much work to have ; ' I ! half a dozen nice dances and they could be ex- jj j elusive and not turn out like the finishing parties l I j last season. There's a new hall with all the ac- L -j j cessories for suppers in the same building, and it ! j I wouldn't cost much money. It's up to you, fellows. M fj B , j ; On Tuesday evening, November 11th, St. Paul's B J J church will be the scene of one of the season's jH i fl J most fashionable weddings, when Mary Claire Por- jE j j! i ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Porter, and IHgF j I Mr. Charles Spencer Mann of Los Angeles will be Hl M n married. Miss McGuigan, one of the maids, from HI & W 8 Montreal, Canada, will be here next week and Miss Hi j I Holabird, the maid of honor, Mr. Mann, Mr. Mau- H , In 1 ...

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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