|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Juab County Times|
n uiiUiiuuuuuUiiuuuiiauuuuuuut JUAB ALL EAST COUNTY NEWS. I CO NTY YOUR Al). IS RE A i) I IN EVERY HOME ft: tmnmmi m ti iinri wniTmnnfiia i i? i 11 Ea"T?TtiTnn7imTtrtnTTtnnTf'nnfi'rTiTn VOL. 1. NKPIH CITY. UTAH JANILVRY, 7, 1010. NEW MINISTRATION 0 F OFFICERS WHO WILL HOLD THE REINS OF MUNICIPAL THE NEXT TWO YEARS. , v v :if MO.' I1 U Commercial : I. I GOVERNMENT Party FOR w . R. E. G rover. Our Wives and Sweethearts, -- T. C. Winn. The Greater Commercial Club, Alma Hague. .? " ,4 ' Club The annual party of the Commercial Club will be held tomorrow beginning promptly at 8 p.m., 'and the committee on program and amusements have the following program of toasts, etc. provided; Toastmaster - - - W. C. Andrews, The New City Administration, v. . To-morro- Night . i 115' "Little Chicago" Its past and - Enoch Burtcn, Future, ts of tha Club, The Shining ' '? .1 Li-h- .11 T. II. Bui tar, Sp?rrys orchestra will hi in t :; ."'V.. . , . cttL'ndance to discourse music for the dancing and duriog tho "feed". There will be humorous readings by Orson Cazier, Mrs.' T. W, Vickers. vocal schjs A. C. Crawford, T. W. '.I ... s. Alma Hajfue, C nmcilm m. W. i. Orme, Councilman. Win. Orme, who is entering Alma Hague was born it St. third his term in the counupon i ' ' Louis, Mo. in 1852, and being a cil, was born in Nephi 3S years Missourian, consefiuently "has to t ago, and obtained his education be shown". Mr. Hague is enter in the Nephi schools. Mr. Orme ing upon his second term in the has been heavily interested in the city council, and is regarded by shoe) business for the past IS all his colleagues as the ablest years, and has also served He bus shefp in in man the council. Mr. also leen deputy county Hague received his education for two years, lie s a pre:-'ntO. M. WHITMORG, Mayor. in the Salt Lake schools, at the one of the owners of llv V ;U I'.U. to ii.. r G. M. Whitmore enjoys "die disfnclio of baing the f t democ: at-i- c B. V. A.,, and at the Morgan ;Ooa? Co., and iitert:.-.le- l 33 is educatHe for his received of of the He entered business Ujd Nephi city. age, .aiding i f years mayor projects college. ion in the Salt Lake public schools, the M. E. Seminary, and at public life when very young, first this district. the Agricultural College. He has been cashier of the First National as school trustee, then justice of Bank of Nephi for 11 years; he is president of the Dank of Pioche, counNevada, a stockholder in the Nephi Plaster Mfg. C .. in thi First the peace, county attorney, National Bank of Nephi, the Pioche bank, and tha Prlej bank, half ty recorder, probate judge, mayor owner of the Toggery.and a director of the Clear Lake Salt Ok He of Nephi city two terms, and also is also heavily interested in the sheep business. I le is regarded a served in the legislature. II? is a successful banking man in all parts of the Slate, and has Uen now the president of the schiol called upon to open up nearly all the new banks in southern Utah. ljoard. In all his public ixtsitions Although this is Mr. Whitmora's fjrst public office, h j believes that he has been regarded as a wise the same methods used to make private corporation? successful, can and conservative public servant. be employed to make the business of a municipal corporation Ci. IT' ns-sso- r -- ii- - . - ". ; 1 Fv- - .f ,5 Hp-- P L ' 4sv y - Alonzo Ingram Count ilman 'it . Jam?.i Garrett Jr. was bjrn in Nephi S3 years ago, and received his education in ths schools heiv. For over 12 years he has been engaged in the sheep business, in which he has been very successful. He was in lh mercantile business for about two years, as of .the Exeebior Mercantile Co. He is interested in the coal business, in the Jumbo Plaster Co., Nephi National Bank Mexican rubber industry. Mr. Garrett shipped out the first gheep that were ever sent from here to outside markets. It was during the panic of he took 2 train loads raxt for (he sheep men of this locality, which brought in about $12,000 which was the salvation of the mer chants at that tim?. Mr. Garrett H now serving his 4th term in thi ojn:il. Dirin hi fir-- t lerm he worked hard or the vice-preside- nt IT.' . il. . 1 . d. d Ex-Cou- n- treamrer Christensen, of Juab county for four yearr, happened here yesteiday at ro: jo p. bi. Mr. Christensea has hti !k art trouble for several years, and this malady has been grow ing worse until the call came Mr. H. F. Gear of yesterday. Eureka, a lraternal friend of the deceased, has been staying with him for the past week, and was at his bedside during his The Nephi Commercial death. Club are taking charge of the burial arrangements until the arrival cf the officers of the Masoidc lodgs froai Salt L&k) who will have full charge of the burial services. Mr, Christensen was boru in Denmark .64 years ag, and served as s lieutenant ia the Danish army; he was slso employed for some time in the U. S. Geodetic stirvcv, and has been havily interested in mining properties in Eureka, where he lived for nearly as years, Mr, ( fcristensea ia his will haves ?io:3 to his mother who slid lives in Denmark, JjSoo to LIf:. P.o.Hcoe Tolley, formerly Miss Ca be L j erty, his deputy whilo i:rvurr; Stow to the Masor.ie grand lodge. Hecames of his v. ;!', 83 the Pi'c-.itorM..r5 and Jjnies II, J;idg i'romn, beth j 3st grand masters cf t!.3 .tasof.ic lodge in Salt i t 11 probability Ilia buri! p'ace in Calt Lske, ex-coun- First Session Democratic-Republic- New of an Council. At high noon Monday, the new city administration tw)k hold of the reins of, municipal government. Mayor G. M. Whitmore delivered a strong message to the new council full of helpful sug for the upbuilding of a greater and better Nephi. The message in fullapiears en anoth er page 01 the nines. Alter me reading of the message, Mr. Whitmore handed to the recorder to read, his appointments of W. A. C. Bryan for city attorney, P. I'. Christison for marshal , and Ivan Harris for street sujKrvisor. Mr. Hague, who acted as sjHkos- man for the council, cited the provision of the Revised Statutes, that "The mayor, by and with the advice and consent of the council, may ajmoint all apwin tive ofliccrs etc.", and asked the mayor if he had advised with the council as to the appointments, uidifall of said appointments were not made iKca'ise 01 tte;r; :iiig staunch menders of the mayor s political party. Mr. gc-stio- nr. pr m - ap-n'- -i din-rpien- ...... i l Peter Sorensnn, the recorder, was also elected on the demo piano solo by Mrs. A. C. Craw-lorW, A. C Bryan has been cratic ticket. He was born jr. Denmark 12 years ago; reeoivec practicing for "a week on his Ii's education in the Nephi schools, Terpsichorean specialties, which to onng down ind at the H. Y. A. al Provo. Ik are extK-ctchas had considerable experience the house". to qualify him for the duties ot recorder, having assisted in copy- B. Christcnsen ing the Tintic mining records; ty Treasurer Dies of He also worked in the office ol Heart Failure the Jui'.b Co. Abstnict Co. for nearly a year. - The sudden. !eath of F, Alonzo Ingram another nicm-l- r of the new 'council is on ; of the successful teachers of the Nephi public schol, and the. . ( f Voters put him in largely of his pronounced views on pro, :" hibition.' But aside fioin thf.se V ru - ii l 1 i f views, Mr. Ingram 1;:; !i g l en a fdudent of civic affairs, and during his trip to Great Britain, he especially olsorved.the tr.elh-l- s John Latinur, Treasurer. of municipal government in finm.h Hurtoii, Cojpcilr.ian. the older country. Mr. Ingram tIlague further jointed, out that The new city treasurer, John is DI years of and enters on he present 'ct ric light sujH'rin-tenden- t. and m vtu were demoIatimer, is y. ars of a::e. and Lnot h Burton was torn in Eng- his duties of public oflk for the is a graduate of the NephS High land 12 ar.d ihat if the' app 'int'- - s lendrd He at crats, first time. years ago. school. He is a rnemlw r f the the schools in of the or were oo firmed, it n;.t. England and at firm of Wilkey & Latimer, bar would ve the democrats five of gi lie was first engaged In ness and sad IS.; and, in Nephi. the imii tant city npitointment:.'. the National Guard, fillid suc- fanning, then to k up tlfj carnd leave the vrith but t a o or three of the appointive cessfully the ios;tion of Com pentry trade, and was in the offices.missary Sergeant to the Colonel, (contracting business for bimself Mr. LAtimerwas elected on the for ovcr 13 yearjSj ne tnen 1.. ,1 Mr. Whitmore replied that demrxratic ticke t i. . v. hi! his I I were mem- apttoinU'-'!!: flit IIM'.Hl ;!. l.'is of bis party, they wereg. d .7 r j Grace Bros, and as their na!;.s- men for the office. Mr. I.urtoj', municipal ownership of the elec ger contract?! for and built the otsly rlemoi-ratimend or f tric light plant, which is now more school houses tbao any into over the $150 thf cotmcil, stated that the recity bringing month cl nr profit. As other firm in th hlide. He is publican need not npjifint k-chairman of the wat?r.orks (now largely ?ntcPc4ci1 in dry far- crats to the positions of id c is the be also insisted ha that ming for himself, and committee, tr!''K'ipcrintenurnt and sexton. Mr- B irt'i;j then moved far the acre every :? r jay p m full r h ate manager of the big ff. r the water s'rit t nfirfi.a'i'.Ti of the mayor's lnd this farm of ih?. Juab Develojiuerit there have bef'n n d but his motion was V sf tvi, C 1. Mr. Burton wsi formerly e two fo: want of a weond, Mr. 11 during ti past years. MY. is the 1k1J over city building inSecior, and is ti e Har;ne and Mr, Orme then moved lo io demot rat in the council. member cf the Council. Jacob ColcMian, it;' 4 that the ap;xintr:ients not ru JatnuOirrett Jr., Cjuricilmii. ViLr Pi t .T Sorensoii, ls . ) . s Ik. Notice. We have decided to extenrl the for paying up the subscrip- under the advanced mff! of AH those $1..V) until Feb. 1st. who hav'nt paid by that date will have to pay $2.bQ. Save t "me t'n 50 rt-- . confinnedwhirh motions carrie- dAfter the adjournment of th? council. Mayor Whitmore appointed J. E. Memmott, night watchman, subject to the confirmation of the council, a meeting of which will le held this evening at G p. m.