Newspaper Page Text
RE'Tl 1 OOOD WIN'S W.BBKLY.
HKf! , . I ' ,
HK j J Ogden, Utah, July 3rd.
Hj j r ' There is more than consolation for the approach-
HH ing fata of Saltair in the rumor from the head
R offices of the Southern Pacific that a monster
HH ft ' " pavilion and magnificent hotel will bo built on the
HRf ' jf Ogden-Lucin cutoff at Promontory. It is said the
HHi ' location has already been decided upon and that
Hjj '. , plans for the new resort are now in the hands of
n bF-i tne engineers. It is unfortunate for the interested
HBI Y public that the rumor cannot be verified absolutely,
Hl ', ' ' but enough is known to guarantee the patrons of
H , the lake that long before cheerless, beerless Salt-
Hk'v air is bleaching high and dry on the sand, Prom-
Hni w'r ontory trains will bo carrying the pleasure-mad
i, J " crowds to the best beach for bathing on the shores
,'t ' of Salt lake. That is worth something, anyhow,
and as the prospect is bright well, what is bettor
than a prospect over the signature of Harriman?
jt .,',' It is taken for granted that Geo. Sutherland will
K Jtj' not bo a candidate for renoraination, but will at-
rihtf tempt to break into the Senatorial fight notwith-
v " ' standing the alleged edict that the next Senator
Hf H must be a churchman. Sutherland's position on
Hf . , , the postoffice fight has made him many friends and
H k: his following has been largely augmented. His
H outspoken opposition to Kearns on the Cuban
K , ' sugar bill has also added to his prestige. He stands
1 V ace-high with the people who make the ticket,
HjM' ', and if he butts in it's dollars to doughnuts he will
H' W draw considerable strength out of Weber. There
Hl''' is a strong disposition hero to recognize merit of
HjU'i , the kid Sutherland is long on, and the opposition
Htf of the pie-disponsing Senator will do him more
!'',! !', j good than harm.
B 1 If the political cat jumps the way some people
Hi: figure on there may bo a Senatorial candidate from
Hl l Weber county who would make some other candi-
B , ' dates, in and out of the church, look like thirty
H cents. He is none other than our old friend,
H I business man and millionaire, David Eccles. Mr.
HP " j Eccles is probably the most generous tithe-payer
H , j in the church. That is significant. He owns half
H'' of Ogden, a good slice of Salt Lake, part of Cache
Hi1, ( county, and the western half of Oregon, includ-
Ht, , ing tlie Sumpter Valley railroad, besides three
H s' j sugar factories and half a dozen banks. There is
BHj ' ' , another qualification which Eccles is strong on
Hl 'j, f , horse sense. He wears plain clothes and talks
Hj j' 1 1 Scotch. If his friends succeed in pushing him into
Hj j! J the race the next Senator from Utah will be named
Hi ! i Eccles.
B i Charley Brough has been looking into his peep-
Hjji J stone again and he gives out the dope as follows:
H'i ;i Candidates for the Legislature Bishop Wade,
H i j, ' Bishop Stewart, Bishop McKay, Bishop McFar-
Blij ' .1 land, and First Counsellor H. H. Thomas. It is
H ' J j evident that Brough must have had a revelation
Hj'' j I or dreamed he was sustaining by the rising of the
Hr S'j j right hand the presiding officers at quarterly con-
H, j? j1 j ference. Another dope brewed by A. R. Hey wood
Hj f J ! produces different results. For State Senator J.
i M D. Murphy or E. T. Hulanski; for the Legislature:
KKf Bishop Wade, Archie McFarland, David McKay
HIJIl! and W. J. Shealey. It is said Hoywood has a urim
BSuf! '' and thummim. If so there ia something wrong
HBi between these workers of miracles. Both lists are
BBfirr j i respectfully referred for revision to Hon. John D.
HH'l f j Murphy, boss.
Bf 1 i j The fight for County Superintendent of Schools
H 1 ' j has developed into a partisan matter and the can-
Hflf' A didates named in this paper are lined up in politi-
Hi ' cal battle. The odds should be in favor of Peter-
iflSi'jii I i- son as the countv is considered safely Republi-
HbI'F li can but "Wilson, the Democratic nominee, has in-
Kfi trenched himself in the good opinions of the peo-
HfcMJ pie during his four years' incumbency, and it will
bo a battle royal to dislodge him. There are a
half hundred teachers in the county and about
nine-tenths of them tire for Wilson. The contest
will develop not on party lines, but into a question
of avIio has the most friends. Peterson probably
leads in scholarship, while Wilson has the advant
age of large acquaintances and good address. The
election is July 14th.
The Morning Sun will not shine so long as the
weather keeps cloudy in the West.
If the Standard supports Bill for the Congres
sional nomination, who is the owner of the Stan
dard? If Bill has no Associated Press franchise, how
can he sell it to the Democrats?
If the Water company don't soon give the water
works to tho city, what becomes of the Mayor's
If Bill and Murphy and Hanson hold a love feast
in the City Hall, where will the Weber county
delegation go at the State convention? ?
WHAT THEY THINK ABOUT IT.
A Few of the Nice Things Said About Us By
BOISE, IDA. STATESMAN:
The public is to again hear from Judge Good
win, formerly editor of the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Judge has become the editor of a weekly
paper, to be issued in Salt Lake, and will give his
views on all current subjects through its columns.
He has an audience in this intermountain country
that will always be pleased to read what he is
pleased to write.
"PIOCHE, NEV., RECORD:
We are in receipt of Goodwin's Weekly, pub
lished at Salt Lake City by C. C. Goodwin, late
of the Salt Lake Tribune, and his son, J. T. Good
win. The fact that Judge Goodwin is its editor
cannot but help to commend it to the public, for
there is no abler journalistic writer in the United
States than C. C. Goodwin.
FILMORE, UTAH, PROGRESS REVIEW:
Tho first copy of Goodwin's Weekly was re
ceived at this office last week. It is a new weekly
paper published at Salt Lake City, with Judge C.
C. Goodwin as editor find his son, J. T. Goodwin,
as manager. It is a neat, twelve-page folio, full
of bright thoughts, and the press of the State wel
come the Judge back to the editorial field.
KEMMERER, WYO., CAMERA:
A new addition to our exchange table, and one
most welcome, is Goodwin's Weekly, edited by
Judge C. C. Goodwin, formerly of the Salt Lake
Tribune. Mr. Goodwin introduces his paper as
"A thinking paper for thinking people." Judge
Goodwin is always Worth reading, whether you
agree with his views or not, and his new venture
will be welcomed by his many friends in the
West. The paper is published under the business
management of J. T. Goodwin.
"When General Louis Botha passed through Vry.
held a few weeks ago," says "Tho London Chron
icle," "the impression given by his good spirits was
that he was pleased with the 'terms', while one of
the officers of his staff confidently declared that
peace would be proclaimed in a fortnight. The Eng.
lish commanding officer went out to exchange court
esies with Botha, and our infantry gave him a guard
of honor until ho joined his own burghers a few miles
out of Vryheld. All this is as might bo expected;
but a strange incident occurred. The English of
ficer in charge of the escort was presented to Gen
eral Botha's secretary, Jacobus de Wet, who had
been three years at Oxford, and to his aide-de-camp,
Louis Eslem, also a 'varsity man. They were evi
dently anxious to get speech with our lieutenant, and
the first words were, ' Who won the boat race V "
"An egg in the process of hatching," says an ex
pert, "is remarkably sensative to vibration. Half
the failures that amateurs encounter in hatching out
chicks by the incubator method are due to lack
of precaution in providing against tho effect of vi
bration on the eggs. Tho rumble of a train or the
passage of a wagon along tho street will spoil a
whole incubator full of eggs, if the faintest vibra-'
tion wave reaches the apparatus. Even such a little
thing as the banging of a door in some other part
of the house will destroy tho chances of hatching out
a brood, where care has not been taken to place the
incubator beyond the reach of such disturbances. A
thunder storm always gives breeders a scare, as thous
ands of eggs may be spoiled by a sudden heavy
thunder clap. To sneeze or cough in the vicinity of
the incubators will sometimes work a disastrous
SIMON BAMBERGER L. G. RANSOHOFF, N. A. RANSOHOFF,
President. Sec'y&Treas. Manager.
Udies' Mjd Cbildreg's
Cloaks, Suits, Wrappers,
Skirts, Waists, Kid Gloves,
Notions, Hosiery, Laces
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE LADIES'
- FURNISHING HOUSE IN THE CITY.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
228, 230 8. Main. St., Salt Lake City,