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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 25 October 1902

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 9 j ' Mining. The New Ysrk-Tonopah Gold Mining Co. Among the many claims which were located in tho early days of Tonopah mining camp, none have proven richer or carrying larger or more perma nent ledges than the Gold Hill Mining company's claims, the Fraction Consolidated and the Wan dering Boy, which lie side by side, each having been developed to the depth of from 300 to 550 feet in shafts, cross-cutting immense ledges vary ing in width from six to twenty feet and carrying values in gold and ruby silver from $300 to ,$1200 per ton. Adjoining the Wandering Boy and Frac tion claims on the southwest lie the four claims owned by the New York-Tonopah Gold Mining company, consisting of the Washington, Wyoming, Cape Nome and Frisco. All of these claims are located across the contact which can easily be traced from the Wandering Boy, Gold Hill and Fraction claims into and across the ground-of the New York claims, and while the claims of the lat ter company lie nearly 100...

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. — 25 October 1902

IS 1 ; i0 GOODWIN'S fiyBBKLY. I m Uhe 'Bracelet. H Jfi H In tho loot which Lieutenant Appleton had B Si ' ; brought from the Philippines was a bracelet which H j his fiancee, Marion Peystor claimed as her special H JE ft own oy right of conquest. It was composed of ijk tf little enameled beetles joined by tiny golden ij I chains. jtjj jF It was not that Miss Peyster had not already ! "' jowels enough and to spare, but she delighted in what was rare and curious and the bracelet was certainly both. "It is simply unique," she exclaimed, letting tho little insects slide over her fingers and enjoying the changing lights on the enamel, shifting from . -, ,. green to crimson and from flame to color to pur- H Iff $ ple' like a numminS bird's breast. "Where did Hj m V you ever get such a lovely thing, Philip?" Hil ml "Oh, this was in the collection of an old Don 1 I, '' in Manila. He had a whole museum of rarities. 1 w, 'Si Ho fled when the Americans came, and my quar Bw jfl $ ers happened 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 11 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 25 October 1902

m ! I '" U QOODWIK'S W.BEKL,Y. U I "THE VIRGINIAN," A FRANK CRITICISM. (By Jack Itoylo ) "The Virginian" is as appetizing an intellectual meal as a venison steak broiled over a camp Are and eaten in the open air would be to an appetite surfeited with a steady diet of troubles and patti de foix gras. After the deluge of books given over to the dissection of nasty and unclean emotions of degenerate and morbid minds, which center about a pale blue heroine, a passion flame colored hero and a villain who is a villain simply because he wears a red undershirt and pink socks, it is re freshing to get hold of a story that takes one out of the hothouse atmosphere and sets one down in I the clean mountain air among characters and events which can bo understood by a healthy, clean minded person. In the Virginian, the cowboy, hero of the story, Mr. Wister has portrayed a character that is de lightful. He is a man, this cowboy, rough and un cultured in a way, but straightforward and with a deep k...

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. — 25 October 1902

MIPS - 1 -a . GODWIN'S WJBHKLY. I III iT.Ke Social Life 0f MAN Hais kaJ rc Admired j Hi A1 .' ) liBRSwS s"J)0iat,L'L that cannot be imitated. 'mt8,. t M J 11 u" ' - - Tl Some extreme novelties in patterns to show you. ) H I I i Your patronage Will' allow US to substantiate the FACTS. A Phasing array of patterns in COLORED SHIRTS. l Hi I Mil rf i " Fall productions in Fancy Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders Hi 1 1 t j TROY LsAUNDRY, night robes, pajamas, bath robes, cahes and umbrellas. II III 1 Telephone 192. 166 MAIN STREET. BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO., 166 MAIN ST. HI ;ji r; y'"-"-tAuftiuihii.iiiiiiiiiw ill 1 R H OFFICER & CO Ore CCSttog Works I ores tested by the j lib 1 " " i1 WW., ilt Connection Cyanide Method. i h I ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. H j j F 3 " Hypo " and other Leaching Methods. : 1 I- MILL TESTS ON COPPER ORES BY THE NEILL PROCESS. Amalgamation- i LB laK'r a . ., , . -.- , .- - -, mm,.. ,.. "Wilf lev" Table Concentration. J 1 AGENTS FOR THE SALE 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 1 November 1902

' (It iflQfl Goodwin's Weekly. 1 ill lTl " SAX.T LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 1, 1902. No. 25. 1 ulll C. C. GOODWIN, Editor. j. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Price g? Knths in AdvanCe' Address nil communications to Goodwin's Weekly, P. 0. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 301. 317 230 231 Commercial Club Bldg., Salt Lake City THE BALLOT A SACRED INHERITANCE. Election day ought to be held as a most sacred day in the United States. It is a day when the Nation gathers as before an altar to pay its trib ute to the freedom which is ours, and to record through the ballot its will. No other nation has any such day. There are elections in. other coun tries, but they are meaningless as compared with ours. In Great Britain they mean, little more than to record the will of the people regarding a certain man the choice, say, between a Glad stone and a Beaconsfleld. In France, as a rule, it is still more of a personal matter, and while the populace sing their great a...

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. — 1 November 1902

I:' , GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 1 !.. IB THIS RUSHING AGE. I These are days that ought to make the men of j , the United States thoughtful. Through the own- I i ershlp of mines, of machinery, through railroadB i which by their very nature force men of all i j classes to stand and deliver, and through the manipulation of the stored money of the country, ' a mighty moneyed class has been produced in our country during the past forty years. So numerous 'I is this class, and so potential is wealth, that they I control the business of the country, and while I they have not, thus far, broken down the spirit of I the American people, they, nevertheless, insidl- I ously, in great measure shape legislation and con- 3 trol public sentiment. Then the sons of many of I these, the sons, the wives and daughters of many of them have flocked to the great cities, and with a their extravagance and their ostentatious display ( 9 -of wealth kindle envy, unrest and resentment in i i tens of thousands of souls. ...

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. — 1 November 1902

1 MHM GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 3 1 j lifl B ARGENTINE. B "In Buenos Ayres we now have a million and fl a half people," said E. Thorn Ely at the Wedell fl house Friday. Ely is an agent of the American fl exposition in the thriving metropolis of the Amer- fl ican Republic. The exposition is the salesroom fl for all kinds of American goods, from carpet tacks fl to automobiles and portable houses, fl American goods are gaining rapidly in compe- fl tition with German and English goods in Argen- fl tine. Imports of American goods increase about fl 35 per cent a year, German 25 per cent, and En- B glish 20 per cent. It will not be long before fl Americans will have all the best of the market in I our Republic. B There is practically no manufacturing in Ar- B gentine Republic. The land is so fertile and valu- able that it is better to use it for farming pur- poses than manufacturing sites. Wheat shipped to Europe is paid for in gold, which is worth 200 per cent of Argentine money, so our farmers a...

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. — 1 November 1902

III OOTDWIN'e WiBJBKLY. I I THAT UNYIBLDING RULE. I J Hon. Frank Cannon has been a Senator of the I jl United States. Ho knows what real citizenship in I: ;1 this country means. He knows the kind o rule I ! that is seeking to debase and make serfs of every I I Mormon voter in Utah on Tuesday next, but he Hj J has not the strength to denounce it and to call II 1 1 upon other young men like himself to assert their II manhood at the polls and rebuke this usurpation j of power on the part of the chiefs of the dominant I creed in Utah. We suspect his reason is that he I ' "" 1 does not wish to jeopardise the influence and 1 standing that he now has among Mormons, know- fllfl 1 ng kw rigid and unyielding that priestly des- I 1 potism is. That fact ought to be a notice to the United 1 States Senate of what this Utah system really ! 1 means, and what a menace it is to free govern- j I ment, and ought to prepare that body to look I: If I closely into the political and personal status of B . ...

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. — 1 November 1902

( ? i ) TBI GOODWIN'S YBBKIY. 6 M Sporting Life. The eyes of the members of the football world are expectantly centered on the outcome of the great game this afternoon on the University cam pus between Coach Holmes' "rah-rah" lads and the husky gents who make up the National guard elev en. It will undoubtedly be the fiercest battle of the season on a local gridiron, and the feeling between the members of both elevens has been so worked up by stories about them, whether true or other wise, that in all probability there will be much bad blood shown and good blood spilt, a fact much to bo deplored and one which, if it proves true, will be a grievous blow at the glorious game in this city. This is all on account of the revival of the old cantankerous spirit of rivalry between the Salt Lake High School and the University, which dates back for years and at one time almost amounted to a feud. Even now when an adherent of the Guards and there are hundreds of them meets up with a University ...

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. — 1 November 1902

BB Mil i ' ff y Ifj 6 Goodwin's w:bek:dy. I li 11 li Maude A.dam4? Coming Home, n Ng 11 i - Ng v Mre Campbell9? Failure. B ffl ill Well, Maude Adams is finally on, the sea com- 1m 'M ing home. She must do a lot of explaining when If 'II sho arrives, for she has kept the Rialto and all ffl I, her admirers guessing for several months. First HnH S wns announce(1 tliat sne was to come back and B m I appear in several of her former successes. Then H, H her appearance was postponed, and Charles Froh- iifi W mn said uat slie was sufferin& from nervous Uli 1' trouble, but would soon return. Then it was said li li she would not appear until November, and the Biffi time saved for her at the Knickerbocker theater Bml , was given over to somebody else. Finally, other H flj j 3 , time saved for her at the Empire was set aside B IH i for William Faversham, and the company that Ip " had been engaged for her tour was set "at liber- lir I ty'" liy I This was all a serious .matter. Miss Adams is ...

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. — 1 November 1902

OOODWIN'8 WBBKLY. f . , tlons, the metphitic sentimentality and the hys terical nonsense that it has pleased Mrs. Camp bell to dispense. The old epigram that was com mended to Queen Caroline after the odoriferous trial seems not inappropriate to Mrs. Tanqueray and the Countess Beata: " 'Most gracious queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more; Or if that effort is too great, To go away, at any rate.' " E. J. Y. A Dramatic JSfotes' A Eleanor Lawson's Success. Another Salt Laker is in a good way to make a success on the stage. Miss Elea nor Lawson figures well up in the cast or. "The Honour of the Humble," with which James O'Neill is trying to shake off the incubus of about twenty years of "Monte Cristo." Furthermore, she has found a place in the forces of Liebler & Co., who aro growing powers in the theatrical world. Miss Lawson will appear as a princess, and although not long on the stage, during the play has an im portant role. I do not believe that the company will be 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 1 November 1902

III I 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. I This has been a week of dinners and small in formal affairs at the different clubs, and the com ing week promises more delightful events of the kind. The Theater will be dark, but there will be plenty doing otherwise. The events preceding the Porter-Mann wedding will be the ' principal affairs, but lots of invitations have been issued to other functions, and the outlook is good. 1! ; m For the week of November tenth there are two I very elaborate and entirely different events to an H j ticipate. I j The Porter-Mann wedding the evening of the B; M t eleventh and the Commercial Club banquet the H; m same evening. I 1 r The wedding will take place on Tuesday, the I Si If eleventh, at 6:30, and will be one of the swellest k I' events of the month. Miss Holabird of Los An B jffi I geles will be Miss Porter's maid of honor. Miss B H Jl McGuigan of Montreal, Canada, the bridesmaid, I j and the other maids will be Miss Leta MacMillan, B; ip I' Miss June Mclntyre ...

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. — 1 November 1902

OODWIN'8 WEEKLY. ''liiiSLaaLfl Mining. One of the richest strikes ever made in Park City was made on the American Flag Company's Thunderer ground on Saturday night last. On the 300-foot level ore is heing mined which assays 2750 ounces in silver and 22 ounces gold per ton, making a total valuation of $2000 per ton. A large hody of rich ore was opened this week in the original holdings of the Daly-Judge com pany at Park City on the Bannister claim, about 2100 feet southwest of the Daly-West end lines. A report was received here this week by Sec retary Page that six inches of fine chloride ore has appeared in the face of the tunnel being driv en in a cross-fissure to a connection w ith the con tact ledge which traverses the Lone Pine Com pany's claims in the Snake Creek mining district southwest of Park City. This is the property which was described in the columns of this paper two weeks ago, when it was predicted that ore values would be tapped within thirty days. Charles Batre, a 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
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 1 November 1902

BlilP10 GOODWIN'S MTBBKLY. HRh' f Mis A.jrtorhilf 's Vietoos. mwMmK I (BY TOM MAMOX.) HoPp! Miek of outward charm attaches to this kP UdOimVto young person that one forgets in gazing HHff )btMr tlwt the i not ao real as he seems. HHE" "I did not came," I said, "to ask you the history mwlfr 3our e' r tllat h beM1 mad Plaln to me in HKp' the oelNty qImhuu of the papers, nor yet to in- Hfi Quire about your future, for I believe that has al- H ready been determined upon, but I should really IKjIt" 4Htew just what your secret opinion is about Hk7 yourMtf, Bad your position in that particular strata HBI ' of society In which you And yourself. If I should HH go entirely by that striking line of Kipling's: HgH 'Tike Ooloasl'a lady and Judy O'Grady HH Are sisters under the skin,' H9H I urtjlrt easily infer that, after all, you are but a' PgH isontftn, and thus arrive at my own conclusions, LW jH jBaQssreA from niy experience with your sex in gen- fflm Miss Penelope regarded me with a mild lo...

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. — 1 November 1902

GOODWIN'S WJBEKL,V. HH In writing a criticism on Baroness Von Hut ten's book "Our Lady of the Beeches," an East ern critic, by some slip in typographical construc tion, writes of the story as "Our Lady of the Breeches". The story receives favorable com ment, and does not seem to suffer from its rough handling at the hands of the compositor, but its plot, to carry out the suggestions arising from the misquoted title, should have been laid in America rather than staid old England, where the preroga tives attaching to the habitual wearer of male un mentionables have been usurped in every field by the fair sex, hence no incongruity would attach to a story bearing the new title, but rather would prove a rapid seller in this progressive land. Rudyard Kipling's "Just So Stories, for Little Children," are now gathered in a single volumo from the various periodicals in which they ap peared, and are presented with pictures devised by the author. They are in accord with the sort of gloss 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 12 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 1 November 1902

BiJ !, OOODWIN'S WeBKlY. ! H&ll i, . . ' !jj TJe Social Life 0f MAN 1 AffBW the item of Laundering his i Your patronage will 'allow us to substantiate the FACTS. j 1 Telephone 192. 166 MAIN STREET. Hais thai aire Admired J 1 """ The new FALL LINE on sale ( 0 tiUvt Ularburton, DeMHey ( iv -OiJhI for your insPqction We have ? llilTAJ Rorton $3.oo Grade. ? 1 I A?S?M Splendid values and very styl- J-yfSmmjMw, ls' Derbies and Fedoras. ( i fiSHBl Keep the fall underwear in mind ( Ath WWfffff Also the Neckwear. ( Some extreme novelties in patterns to show you. y A pleasing array of patterns in COLORED SHIRTS. Fall productions in Fancy Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders NIGHT ROBES, PAJAMAS, BATH ROBES, CANES AND UMBRELLAS. Brown, Terry & Woodruff Co., 166 Main St. R 14 OFFICER & CO ore u$m mm I res tested by the In TI I 'W w 'VWbj in CODHCctiOn Cyanide Method. I ' ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. i ; "Hypo" and other Leaching Methods. i ! i JjfIZ. TESTS ON COPPER ORES Br TH...

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. — 8 November 1902

;J Goodwin's Weekly. Ill 1 iM! fW ; rJB Vol. I. SAX.T LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 8, 1902. No. 26. ' ii'VtH . i r wmwM C. C GOODWIN, Editor. J. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Price J for 6 Months in Advance. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly, P. O. Boxes 1074 and 1020. iPnone 301. 217 230231 Commercial Club Bldg., - Salt Lake City JONAH JARVIS ON THE CAMPAIGN. Dear Mother: Do not worry any more about the money. I have a situation by which I can earn a living. My health is improving and I am beginning to enjoy myself. We have had a great political campaign here for several weeks. There was a combine here, but poorly concealed between some machine politicians and the heads of the Mormon church, whereby it was proposed to elect no one to office who was not willing to be either a spoke in the wheels of the machine or a pillar under the church balcony. The names of nomi ness were taken from the slate, then gravely and formally, in sounding ...

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. — 8 November 1902

HI l 2 OOODWIN'B WBE)KL,Y. I Hb ftj and flrras are concerned. It has proved, more- B - over, a disastrous experiment to the independent B d telephone company. Suppose two companies were B ; I' already established with an equal number of sub- BH i scrlbers to each the companies not interchange- H ( able. No business man could afford to cling to B one company. He could talk to Smith all right. B lL but if he wanted to call up Jones he could not. B j l "Where two such systems have been tried business BE " men have been obliged to take telephones from j both systems, with a materially increased cost B a per month or annum over the old single system. I HIP ' In cities larger than Salt Lake will be fifty ( years hence the independent companies that ob tained charters solely on promises of reduced cost i have petitioned the city authorities to amend their charters by striking out the clause which limits their maximum charges. The reason is that the ; more telephones in use, the greater 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 8 November 1902

OOEWUST WBBKL.Y. 3 ! . V , r ' " ing perpetrated that in atrocity can not be de scribed. The long war was fought through. The Boers showed their devotion by exhausting all their substance and by a display of valor, skill and en durance, which drew to them the admiration of mankind. When the settlement came the chief officers contracted for a lasting peace and told their peo ple that they were now bound to be as earnest in the restoration of their country as they had passed away, that thpnceforth they were citizens of the British empire and that it was their duty to be as good citizens under the new government as they were under the old. But their land had been swept by a cyclone of war and little was left upon which to begin lay ing anew the foundations of a State. So a dele gation of those distinguished officers sailed first to England, then crossed over to the continent and for several months have been trying to raise means, through which their people can begin to rebuild their sh...

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. — 8 November 1902

Hi I1 mm ( . ' " I V llan LiOHJejr and ifV Inimitable tOorK B ! Alan L. Lovey and the portrait on this page ,i are synonymous. The other illustrations repro- tduced here could be easily grouped under the cap tion "What He is Doing For Humanity." Alan L. Lovey, the cartoonist of the Salt Lake Herald, has probably had more fun during the campaign just passed than any one, unless we ex- cept the people who have been fortunate enough B f to see all of Mr. Lovey's productions. And he has HH a added such fame to his work as a cartoonist that B I it is easy and pleasant to say that it excels that of B i any one west of the mountains, and a great many B east, and compares very favorably with cartoon- B ists of national reputation in the cities. We told B Mr. Lovey we were going to say something nice B about him, even if he does work on a Democratic X paper, and ho boldly demanded that he be allowed BB ' to see the "story" before it appeared, so he would HS ( not be misrepresented. He approv...

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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