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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 28 March 1903

I ooodwin'8 we:bk::dy. 15 ' in his eyes. At last, beneath the stress of emo- tion, his memory failed him. He stood with his mouth open, no longer able I to understand the prompter, who fairly screeched I the words at him! . . He had failed complete I ly, and the performance could not go on to the I end. Below, in his green room, he reeled to and fro, like a drunken man, tearing his lialr. H "It is a fine scrape you have gotten us into," ' 1 said the director to him, who was none the less I pocketing the door receipts. 1 Darzincourt overwhelmed, at last reached his 1 house. A whole life of glory, to come to this! 1 Stretched upon his bed, fully dressed, he lived I over the frightful evening. . .. Ah well, he I would struggle still. Could he possibly exist 1 without the theatre? Even if it brought him only I sorrow and grief, he still had need of it. 1 And he, the proud Darzincourt of former days, 1 laid himself, a suppliant, at the feet of the dl- I rector, and begged and implored hi...

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. — 28 March 1903

I 16 0OODWIW3 WBBKIY. H Roofing Pitch, H Tarred Felt, B Building Paper, H Portland Cement, H Acme Cement Plaster, H Nails, B Plastering Hair, H Shingles, B Embossed Mouldings, H Builders' Hardware, m Lath, H Table Legs, H) Doors, Windows, H Porch Balisters, H. Porch Brackets. ' -ft Removal Sale LUMBBR And all Jkinds of Building Material at Reduced JPrices for GO days Parker L,uixiher Co. Cor. 3rd West & 2nd South Sts., Salt Lake City. LTON & CO, Tailor-Madc Suits Ed. L. Bardslor Ready-Made Prices Milton J. Routbard THE MANHATTAN TAILORS Phono 1400-Z Com'l. Club Bldg. Salt Lako City 222 S. W. Templo St. trip flKt ifliH im. Hmlll9fll Complktk Link of 6lectrical fixtures and Shades. Prices and Stock Right. See Our Stock Before Purchasing 151 MAIN STREET. " R H OFFICER & CO ore cc$,lMfi u,orR$ I oREs tested by the i imB i ifcaim. V mj In Connection Cyanide Method. I ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. Uvl "Hypo" and other Leaching Methods. M ' MtLL TESTS ON COPPER OR...

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. — 4 April 1903

I V Goodwin's Weekly. I Vol IL SAIT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 4, 1903. No. 21. H C. C. GOODWIN, Editor. J. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. i - SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OP GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, t . Including po&tago in tho United States, Canada and Mexico, 82.00 per year; 81.00 for six months. Subscriptions to all j ' foreign countries within the Postal Union, 83.50 per year. j Singlo copies, 5 cents. M Payments ahould bo made by Check, Money Order, or 'M, Registered Letter, payablo to Goodwin's Weekly. ?I Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. , ' Entered at the Postofflco at Salt Lako City, Utah, U.S.A., as second-class matter. P. O. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phono 801. I 217-230-231 Commercial Club Bldg. Salt Lake City. 5 WHAT'S THE USE? , The performance of the Salt Lake City Coun cil ought to be a notice to the Gentiles of this city to do one of two things when the next election comes around either to unite and elect Gentile officers or to remain away from 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. — 4 April 1903

2 QOODWIN'8 W33BKLY. H Has lie gone back to that time when, by prim- H iHvo man, all things were valued by the amount 1 ( of labor necessary to produce them? When, for H instance, it required a day to run aoVvn ana kill H a deer, and like time to wash thirty grains of gold W from a stream, and so the hunter, who wanted the B gold for a nose piece for his savage sweetheart H was willing to trade meat for it, and the H primitive miner who had the gold but no venison H was willing to barter? How when the bow and B arrow were invented and a man could kill two K deer in a day venison fell in value and gold ad- H vanced? m How, later, it was discovered that while the S- , fruits of the earth quickly perished, and the fur- H nishings of early houses could be easily con- H' sumed, the yellow metal from the streams and H the white metal from the crevices in rocks re- H mained imperishable and indestructable and re- Hi tained their luster despite the abrasions of the Hk years or the action 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. — 4 April 1903

I GOODWIN'S WBeKLY. 3 I 1 THE NEWS AND THE QUARANTINE. 1 The News insists that all quarantine laws shall f bo obeyed and that if people neglect this obedi- ence they should be punished, and cries out in j this tone: "What is the use of legislation if it remains a dead letter? If laws are not vitalized by the willing action of the people for whom they I are intended they should be made very lively for , those who defy them." Well, well, this frcm the News. Really it is refreshing. "De sun do move." But is the new-found zeal of the News really on solid ground? It fought a measure for compul sory vaccination to a finish on the ground chiefly that it was an infringement on the personal liber ie ty of the citizen. Now if a citizen has the right j to do all he can to contract smallpox has he not I also the personal right to spread it? Ought not the old rule that in order to create and maintain civilized society all members of society must sur I ' render some of their original rights, to 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 4 April 1903

Hj 4: GOODWIM'B WeBKLY- B Jf George Ade's Oay. m There is an unwritten law among the Lambs m and their friends, who attend the weekly gam- m hols, to the effect that whatever transpires there m shall be known only to those within the walls. B i Never yet has a report of a "gambol" found its B way"into a newspaper, yet at times little stories 1 ! from the Lambs are so good that they become a M part of the gossip of Broadway. B The latest is that George Ade, the father of H "Fables in Slang," was down on the programme w at the last gambol. lie was to read an original ' ( fable, and one that was not intended for general B circulation. When Ade's name was called he I H failed to respond, but the shepherd was handed B a small package by one of the attendants. It I B contained a fable, and a brief note, in which the B author regretted his inability to appear, and re- S quested that Lawrence D'Orsay be requested to h read the fable in his stead. B When this was read to the Lambs tlxere was...

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. — 4 April 1903

"" OOODWIN'3 WBJ3KLTT. 6 I Art? and Crcifts Mt4?4?ion Furniture. "There can be nothing lasting in this cen . tury of decorative work that is not the result of a unity of effort between arts and crafts man." These are the words of Walter Crane who came to America in the eighties, and called upon J. Williams Benn who recently wrote a masterly article on "Quaint" and nouveau styles in furniture for the "Upholsterer." many years ago, and spread by his many disciples throughout two great continents. Mr. Benn quotes from "The Life of Morris" published by the Putnam Sons, in which there appears these lines: "His artistic pro duction was more than an attempt to revive old Gothic forms. It was an adoption of old forms, with an infusion of modern spirit." i This was the doctrine of Morris and Ro- setti who with Burne Jones and Charles !u Faulkner, and other artists began the move ment to close the breach existing between . " art and industry, and among other things to I displace the shoddy fu...

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. — 4 April 1903

6isrtisrs wbbkhy. . ... -L .jA m H . . - !""'. '..!. iaililfiM ilK H luxury of costliness, will be found to be H much less expensive than is generally sup- Hl posed." H The furhiturd is plaih, simple, With otie H tolor ahd little that is elaborate, the idea H being to firlish the walls in decorations that H will be a direct contrast, and put the color H on such a background, rather than in the B turrliture itself. B Beside chairs, settees and the like to be Hj) seen at the Freed Furniture Store, we have B' dining room sets in the old Dutch styles, H with encrusted tiles taken from old fire B places, and buffets in Mission designs, con- B structed of cathedral oak, and trimmed with H old hiriges and locks that show the rust from M actual use. B" The large illustration is a Morris Chair of H Hungarian ash, with Spanish leather in ver- H million red, with the coat of arms embossed H in white and gold. This is one of the hand- H somest pieces of this furniture ever made and H something ...

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. — 4 April 1903

fair goodwin'9 wbbk:dy. 7 ! WWitt-on of Terry Heath's Gang. , Something is the trouble with the Washington j & correspondent of the Salt Lake Tribune or else ; I , , '' the Associated Frees is negligent in sending news f . to that Journal. There are many things happen ings at the national capital of late which seem I u to he entirely overlooked on the pages of the local U , paper, of which Perry Heath is the manager. But ?y the Louisville Courier Journal has the stories, the $ Indianapolis News does not overlook the matter, " rfV and the Philadelphia North American, and other f journals of equal standing, do not let the story pass. The wires tell it in this way. First an As- v sociated Press dispatch to the Courier Journal, which reads: v 5 5 "Washington, March 2G. Judge James N. Ty ner, Assistant Attorney General for the Postofflce Department, has resigned, to take effect on the , appointment of his successor, who has not yet been chosen. Mr. Tyner is in a serious physical cond...

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. — 4 April 1903

H 8 GOODWIN'S W B H K T-Y H tit it h the Firt Jighter. Ng HI ATTRACTIONS FOR WEEK OF APRIL 6TH. H Salt Lake Theatre Monday and Tuesday, "Our H New Minister." Wednesday, Nance O'Neill in H "Magda"; Thursday, "Queen Elizabeth"; Friday, H "The Jewess"; Saturday matinee "Camille," and H Saturday night, "Hedda Gabler." fl The Grand Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- B day, "The Resurrection." Thursday, Friday and Hi. Saturday, "California." Hj Nance O'Neill. V, Welcome back Nance O'Neill. We're all glad m to see you, and the only wonder is that you have B remained away so long. Bh Anything I might say of you would be but re- Hl petition, and your engagement in this city where m so many people have seen you to love you, will Km be another brilliant success. B tf B But even if "Magda" is your best play, why B open with it? We have had several performances B of it the past month or two, and it is a little too B fresh in memory for repetition. Then, we've had B a matinee of "Camille" during the 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 9 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 4 April 1903

H GOODMlNS SnEBK L-V. 9 THE EIGHT I M MACULATES TO THE FRONT AGAIN. As was expected by those who have watched their nefarious misdoings during the present ad ministration, the Eight Immaculates of the City Council last Monday made a rancid and ignoble effort towards the dislodgement of George Sheets as chief of police. Doubtless these political petit )' larcenists had a private wire connected with the office of the First Presidency when they made this spasmodic and disgraceful display of spleen. In their efforts to encompass the undoing of Sheets, the Eight Immaculates show the most ab ject subjugation to the dominant church and a brew of ecclesiastical fanaticism so contemptible that they deserve to be whipped ignominiously from the municipal temple. To elect such egois tic mental contortionists to the City Council as Messrs. Cottrell and Eardley was a criminal mis carriage in the ethics of political decency. While possessing a little more semblance of human in tellect, it is 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 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 4 April 1903

I V Society E-Ventf of the XOeeK H Aro factional social wars contagious? That is, do thoy spread from one city to another? If the H toast given by a young matron at a dinner a few H evenings since is any criterion they do. Mk And the fight waged between, the cities and H, the near-by army posts, which recently began in I. San Francisco, is having its first inning in Salt I Lake. A society bud in Frisco aslced a few days ago, "What's the matter with the papers, that you don't see anything in them any more but pictures of lieutenants and highbinders?" Ana" that was the keynote of a lot of feeling that has spread at an alarming rate. But I forgot the young matron's toast: "Here's to the army before the war." EJ & & & mi i There's a lot in that toast to those w ho remem- r her the old stylo army officers, and their ladies. I. There are many cf them left, but there are many, I i many more who are in. a distinct class of their ',, own, who have "butted in" by hook or crook sin...

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. — 4 April 1903

CIOODWIN'S tiTBBKLY. Mrs. J. H. White will give a dinner at the Alta club this evening for Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Reber. Mrs. George P. Holman will give an Easter tea on the Monday following that day. Mrs. A. C. Ellis Jr., has issued invitations for a luncheon a week from "Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Fenton entertained infor mally at dinner Wednesday evening. Mrs. Stanley Price entertained at a musical on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Ferry entertained at a box party at the Rhodes lecture. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutchinson gave a box par ty at the Rhodes lecture. j 3 t l Whereabouts. After a three months' absence Hon. George Black and Mrs. Black have returned to Zion, with the lost health lecovered by Mr. Black. They were welcomed by a host of friendb and in their own home by bnrsted water pipes which had spread ruin over house and furniture. Mr. and Mrs. George Sutherland are at home at the Druehl nouse on East First South street. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Druehl will be at home for a few weeks at ...

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. — 4 April 1903

H 12 GOODWIN'S WBBKIY. H ji LONG, LONG AGO H i I ! By It. W. S. Hi Is it not that healthiest of writers, Oliver Wen- H I dell Holmes, who speaks of the quickening of our H j senses to long forgotten events by the merest H trilles, when associated with memories of child- H hood's days? In the Autocrat at the Breakfast H Table he refers, I believe, to the effect of specific m sounds upon his senses. He shows that the varied, B ,1 bulging and pressing events, the tribulations, HV) i cares, elations, hopes, fears, joys and tears of all HI' )! the years intervening between the earliest hours HR of memory and the well stored mind of a ripened H I age, often fail to efface the impressions a moment R J makes upon the plastic mind of childhood. That H ' this is true, all may, I believe, agree. I have H known a deep mourner, at the newly made grave ' HI of one dearly beloved, to the amazement and HK" horror of all present, burst into wild laughter, H because of the peculiar antics of a dog, w...

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. — 4 April 1903

GOODOIIN'S WBBKLY. 13 -. I ! . . Mining JVfote. More than ordinary interest is being shown in the Daly-West meeeting that is called for to day at the company's office. Interest is particu- f larly centered in this meeting on account of the rumored increase in dividends and mucn specula tion as to their permanancy is heard on all sides. The rumor gains foundation from the fact that on I the first of the year the company started with over $270,000 surplus, notwithstanding the outlay, last year of over $200,000 for mill construction, prop erty purchase, accident account and other items out of the ordinary. Since the first of the year the prices of silver, lead and copper have all advanced and this fact along with the extremely large production of the mine is responsible for the steadily increasing treasury fund. It is argued by some of the share holders that with all conditions so favorable the company can add to this fund at least $25,000 per t month and they feel that at least a part...

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. — 4 April 1903

I 1 GOODWIN'S ffBBKLY. H L Can You Get Ahead of These? H "Dat's the reason why they call me the phren- m I ologist coon: H I I was born on Friday mornin', with the 'cllpse of H the moon; K I After feelln' of your bump, and your face I've read, H By jest feelln' in your pocket I can tell what's In B your head, H Dat's the reason Avhy they call me the phrenolo- H gist coon." H. Have you ever been bumped, had your bumps v examined, or did you ever buy a hat. In any H f' event, you know that you have bumps, and some L of the most skillful phrenologists in the world are m, u the men behind the conformitors in the hat stores I' ft of the nation. m fj For instance, look upon section 3, plat Z of the m ' collection in the possession of Richardson & 1 Adams, which they have kindly loaned for this H art exhibit. Glance at the shape or the liat Mr. B Itanco wears. Wouldn't you know in a minute that he was meant for the shoe business. The shape is about 7 1-4 E, with a toe formed by tlie bu...

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. — 4 April 1903

i zooiwiisre WBBKLY. 15 I H ' H t caused by looking down in the moutn or patients, and then again he always sleeps on the other side. His bump of worship is of high order, and also the bump of travel. He likes to go some, i The two-step bump used by Dr. Gardner is en- ,' viable and J. E. Clasbey's cells of humor take up a great deal of room. Alimentiveness is situated in bunches on the , ( sky pieces of Mr. But and Br Kirkland, who use a great deal of room in any old hat. One very singular thing in making a compari son of all their heads, is the fact that only one fac T ulty has a development in each consecutive case H the thirst bump. Was that "whopper" that the Shor Line offices 1 were to be removed to Portland gotten up In Og- den to fill that hole in the lake that is just now bothering the engineers on the cut-off? The winter in this region gave to the world a sleep so profound that it is but slowly awaking I under the warm kisses of spring. Itlde 'J fixation Continued, the, las...

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. — 4 April 1903

I 6 0OODW1N'9 WBBKIY. .,-....A- ) li! .IW Rat TOr rZ Next for your attire is the.... Wfe I '1 1 iL mWmm. Needs your attention llCCKWCm lH IB I fc nll just now; our rr ? " 'jWJiLzl 0 wYr k 'I 5 ttfeib W JH -n mm mi Wo have equipped oursolvcs in Eastor vOwST 'L. AvSmll!v$kW'y . dfl "' stZmmMMf&mmWM Ml lid n Productions; Special patterns from the Mff ? SsyhimAif J, H vJBIliliHH I"''''' 9 best looms in tho now forms. Tho now rfi&iyy V2VvllC0l- tt 1 I 3 -JxX WarburtOn Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, TlJP W I Hi li'illilOTn ALjSP a7f DenneV Suspenders, Night Robes, Pajamas, (ffp 1. 1Hofe Er H I S fuL KWAh , 7 Handkerchiefs and Colored Shirts. W W!wy2 S HM jjtfW y.J M ft Outrank others in originality of shapes. WHfe?M ir -H f fl iSSwi. Jttl i. Then KHflRTflN" a $300 UMy to order V3,'1bscok'GHT , B 3 liiM AM Vt & tho MUKIUN ldea $)FI$ a Specialty. Z fc H 1 ' J WftdNsCss. twnolk Kffi Possessing all the merits of higher grades W B H iZJ "SB. iL12' Tho MJI,er S,,k for sPrln9 SoI agents...

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. — 11 April 1903

I ! Goodwin's Weekly. I Vol. IL SAIT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 11, 1903. No. 22. .' ' iBvfll C. C. GOODWIN, Editor. I J. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, Including pobtago In tho United States, Canada and Mexico, $2.00 per year; 51.00 for six months. Subscriptions to all t foreign countries within tho Postal Union, $3.50 per year. Single copies, 5 cents. Payments should bo made by Check, Money Order, or Registered Letter, payable to Goodwin's Weekly. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. Entered at tho PostofllcoalSalt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A., as second-class matter. P. O. Boxes 1071 and 1020. 'Phono 301. 217-230-231 CoMMKnciAii Gluh Bldgi. Salt Lake City. THE LEGAL IS THE RIGHT WAY. It was the proper way in the police muddle to bring a test case and have an interpretation of the conflicting statutes and ordinances and settle the matter in a way that would be conclusive. This is supposed to be a civilized communi...

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. — 11 April 1903

H 2 QOODWIN'8 WEEKLY. If H ' It H Port Arthur and at Harbin, in Manchuria, con- H nected with tho train from Vladivostok, where Hj out of the two one train was made up and pulled H cut for the long stretch across mountains and H steppes for civilization. It passed Stretinsk, Ir- H kutsk, Tomsk, Umsk, Ufa, Samara, Nijni, Novey- H gorod, Moscow, then to Warsaw, Posen, Berlin, H Paris and Calais, and the last of the passengers H reached London in eighteen days from Port Ar- H thus and Vladivostok. It was an event as signifi- H cant as was the crossing of the first through train H from New York to San Francisco, hut the first was M the greater triumph for except for that, and tho H revelations it made, no road would have heeen H dared across Siberia for fifty years to come. It M was significant because it was a notice that a new Hj great route for commerce had been hewed out, H that the great white Czar now has a rolling fort M all the way from the Baltic to the Pacific, and M that his ...

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