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'olumo III. Number 21.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, AEIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908
PRICE FIVE CENTS
T1S AT LATE HOUR THIS
MORNING ARE THAT REPUBLICS
HREATOF PANIC WAS
III Factors Depended Upon to
Work forDemocratic Success
Fail at Eleventh Hour When
Victory Seemed Certain.
NSW YORK, November 3. Tho in-
cations point to 202,000 majority for
In Now York state, against 170,000
Hisgen, the Indepcndenco party can-
dato, received about 28,000 votoa in
reater New York.
Tha indications, are that democratic
ivernors were olectod in several mid-
o western states, which have given
elr votes to Taft,
Taft oxcesded Roosevelt's plurality
New Jersey and In Massachusetts, as
ell as In New York.
The republican plurality fell off heav
In the middle west in a manner thor-
.igfcly surprising to tho republican
Speaker Cannon has been ro-eloctcd
iv his usual majority.
Representative Payne, of Jsew iom,
nd Representative Dalzoll of. Pcnn-
lvania, have been re-elected anil tho
oho of representatives will probably
ntinue under the old regime.
Payne will have charge of the new
riff bill in the extra session which
aft will call immediately after March
Missouri returned to tho "solid
th" on tho presidential ticket and
elected Cowherd as its governor.
TAFT ELECTED AT 7 P. M.
NEW YORK, Novcmbor 3,--Upon tho
fturns received-tip to 7 o'clock, Stato
liairman Woodruff estimates tho
irality of Taft in New York state
not leas than 150,000. Ho claim?
bat Hughes will receive. 40,000 plural-
in tho state.
Tho estimates of Bryan's plurality ip
ow York U 50.000,
JAt 7:15 p. m., nitchcock Baid to the
j"I stand on my claim of 325 electoral
itos for Taft. I expect that Taft will
ccive not less than 100,000 plurality
New York stato.and that Governor
highes will be re-elected."
ITho New York Times, New York
forld, Now York Ilerald and Brook-
Eagle announce tho election of
3SACHUSETTS, TAFT; 100,000.
IB08T0N, Mass., November 3
lobo (democratic) announces that
Ift carried Massachusetts by 100,000,
Draper has been elected by 75,000.
JONNECTICUT IS REPUBLICAN.
JEW HAVEN, Conn., Novomber 3.
raft's plurality in Connecticut will
eeed 25,000. Lillcy, tho republican
yornor, will havo over 15,000 plurah-
; over Robertson, democrat. Tho ro-
bllcans will carry tho complete Ftate
and hold their usual majority m
legislature. All fivo of tho re pub
is congressmen- wero re-elected.
BRYAN CARRIES GEORGIA.
5AYANNAIT, Ga., November 3.
k-an has carried Georgia, but the Taft
Id Watson vote was larger than gen-
BPUBLICANS HOLD NEW JERSEY
'EWARK, N. J., Novembor 3. The
publican stato committee claims the
to for Taft by a largo majority.
)ANVILLE, 111., November 3. Ciin-
has been re-elected by a majority
0,000 to 7,000 ovor his democratic
anont, Henry C. Boll.
UTH CAROLINA, BRYAN; 60,000
COLUMBIA, 8. C, Novembor 3.
ith Carolina will givo Bryan CO.000
Ijority, whilo tho state and congren-
inal tickets aro overwhelmingly dem-
BRYAN SWEPT LOUISIANA.
JEW ORLEANS, La., November 3.
iryan swept Louisiana today. Ro
ns indicate a majority of 40,000. All
of tbo democratic nominees for
igress wero elected.
TAFT 0ARRXE8 DENEEN.
3HICAGO, November 3. Tho indi-
lions now aro that "Taft, has carribl
.(nt. t tii::'. nAftnn n .,.,
DkttW VIA AllftliUin UJ JIViVUV! wucuh.
publican, for governor, has been elect-
by about 100,000.
USUAL THING IN FLORIDA.
JACKSONVILLE, Novomber 3.--Tho
election in Florida has resulted in
tho usual democratic majority of from
18,000 to 20,000.
SAME OLD TIUNO IN TENNE3SEE.
NASHVILLE, Tonn., November S.
Incomplete returns indicato that Bryan
carried tho state by tho usual democrat,
DUPONT CLAIMS DELAWARE.
WILMINGTON, Del., November 3.
Goneral Du Pont, tho republican stato
chairman, claims Delaware for Taft b
3,500 plurality. Also tho election oi
Pencwell, republican, for governor, by
2,000, and the remaindor of-tho repub
lican stato ticket.
NORTH CAROLINA SAFE.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, November 3.
Tho complete democratic ticket was
elected by about 30,000. Tho repub
lican ticket made gains.
KANSAS FOR TAFT.
TOPEKA, Kan., Novomber 3.
wjU. Carry Kansas by 20,000.
SRYAN OVERTURNS NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, Neb., November 3. Bry
an has overturned tho normal repub
lican plurality of 1C00. Estimates show
that Taft will not carry tho city by
moro than 200 plurality. Bryan will
carry his own precinct 10G to 52.
CALIFORNIA STILL REPUBLICAN.
LOS ANGELES, Cnlif., November 3.
Twcnty-thrco precincts' in Los An
geles out of 350 Taft, 597, Bryan 513.
For congress McLachlan 158, Rush
196. ' " ' "
Ten precincts out of 77 in Santa
Clara county, Taft, 1097; Bryan S67;
Hisgcn 13; Cbafin 110; Debs 23; Mel;
vinvlli); Murasky 920.
For collBres. Ilaycs 1G39; Tro,cy,
The samo precinctR gavo Rocovelt
1848; Parker 633.
In Santa Clara county, fifteen pre
cincts out of 77 give Aaft 2092; Bryan
1270; Hlsgen 23; Chnfin 210; Debs 374.
The same precincts in 1904 gavo Rooeo
vclt 2827; Parker 9932.
San Francisco Scattering returns
from four procincto, with 308 votes
counted, givo Taft 150; Bryan 130;
Debs, 23; Melvin 134; Murasky 143.
For congress Fourth district, Ma
guiro 133; Kahn 143.
Eluven scattering precincts in San
Francisco gavo Taft 269; Bryan 194;
Debs 58; Melvin G2; Murasky 240.
Out of 271 votes counted in two pre
cincts in Han Francisco, Tnft 134; Bry
an US; Melvin 130; Murasky 121.
Sacramento Tho city, coraplote, re
turns Taft 4107;, Bryan 3135. Tho re
publican candidates for tho legislature
DEMOCRATS WIN DAKOTA.
North Dakota Republicans concede
election of Burko, democrat, for gov
ernor, over Johnson, republican. Tho
balnnco of tho tickot, including both
congressmen, is carried by a good ma
jority. VERMONT'S MAJORITY.
Vermont Complcto returns for tho
stato of Vermont givo Taft 39,592;
UTAH, REPUBLICAN; 25,000.
SALT, LAKE, Utah, November 3.
Republican Chairman Loop claims that
Utah is republican by 25,000: ne claims
CHICAGO, TAFT; 50,000.
Chicago 1144 out of 12G0 precincts
in Chicago givo Taft 180,976; Bryan,
128,123. In 562 out of 2611 precincts
in Illinois, ontsido of Cook county, Taft
91,095; Bryan 60,460.
Detroit Sixty-threo out of 2103 pro
cincts and wards givo Taft 31,470; Bry
an 20,560. Warner for govornor, re
MissouriFour precincts out of 20
in Vernon countv give Taft 201; Bryan
St. Paul Returns from Minneapolis
show that Johnson is loading Jacobson
in tho raco for Govornor, equal with
Milwaukee 237 precincts inWiscon
sin, including 120 in Milwaukeo coun
ty, givo Brynh 29,918; Taft, 35,014.
OKLAHOMA CITY, November 3.
Tho Oklahoma Doraocrat, at 9 p. m.,
says that the state is for Bryan by
25,0.00; that tho legislature will bo 90
per cent democratic, with four- dem
ocratic congressman and ono republican
olectod. -' '
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INCOMPLETE RETURNS OF VOTE
Delegate to Congress
Smith, D .. . .
Cameron, R '. . '
Cannon, S . . .....
Hunt, D ..,.... ,,..........
Martin, It ....... . -
McCormick, D . -. ;
Trcvillian, R ..- ......
Ikcnbcrry, S ......
Robertson, D - '.
Flannigan, R .
Claydon, S ... -....
Nymyer, D . ..
Kollner, R . '. '
Fryer, S ......., .'. ..
Shutc,. D -. . ..... - r
Henry, D . . .
Crowe, S ..-.....-................... .
Thompson, D -
Sparks, R' .......
Gallentino, 8 '--
Pinyan, D -
Williamson, R .
Middleton, S -
Stewart, D .... .-
Huffcr, R '- ;
Lacey, S ...........
Rolando, S ...
Rose, D T
Miles, D . -
Woods, R . . -
Ryan, R ....
REPUBLICANS CONCEDE VTRGINIA
NORFOLK, Va., Novombor 3. Tho
republican stato committeo concedes
Virginia to Bryan by 15,000, but claims
a gain of ono congressman.
PENNSYLVANIA, TAFT; 300,000
PHILADELPHIA, November 3. Re
publican lcndorB clnlm Pennsylvania for
Taft by more than 300,000 plurality.
The' legislaturo will bo overwhelming
HITOHCQCK CONGRATULATES. "
NEW YORK, November 3.-8:15 p.
tn. Hitchcock filed congratulatory)
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messages to Taft and Sherman. At
samo hour Hitchcock claimed Hughes
ZEPPELDT AND FAMILY SOAR,
FREIDERICnSHAFEN, Novembor 2.
Count Zeppelin mado an hour's suc
cessful trip in his now airship today
around Lako Constance Ho was ac
companled by, several women, including
Duchess Vera of Wurtcmburg and his
11 ' 1 minimi i.r - -'--
TON OF ROOK FALLS ON MINER.
GOLDFIELD, Nov. 3: Liando Larson
was killed and Martin Shoa suffered a
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IN GILA COUNTY
fractured anklo last night whilo work
ing at tho bottom of tho Clermont shaft
on tho Jumbo claim of the. Consolidated
company. Tho bucket loaded with rock,
weighed 2000 pounds, dropped to tho
bottom of tho shaft, striking Larson on
CROWD HISSES JDMMY BRITT.
LONDON, Nov. 3 Much dissatisfac
tion is expressed in newspapers and in
circles; whoro. tho fight is discussed, at
tho.ireforeo having pronounced Britt
tho victor over Johnny Summors in
last night's fight. Britt and tho referoe
wero hissed by tho crowd after the
ALL DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES BUT ONE OR
, TWO FOR UNIMPORTANT OFFICES ELECTED
FIGHT WAS BITTER AN HARD FOR SOME OF THE NOMHTEES, BUT
PRACTICALLY ALL OF THE?I ARE VICTORIOUS MARCUS A.
SMITH IS GIVEN HANDSOME PLURALITY IN SPITE OF STRENU
OUS EFFORTS OF OPPOSITION J. H. THOMPSON WINS.
Unoflicial returns from all precincts
in Gila county, savo sir, indicato tho
election of tho cnliro democratic cour
ty tickot, savo Nymyer, candidate for
Huporintcudent of schools.
The most important box out is that
in Globe precint No. 1, which may
chaugo results in one or two instances.
It was announced this morning at 4
o'clock that tho count would not bo
completed until noon today. The re
publican candidates, shortly after mid
night, practically admitted defeat. An
unexpectedly heavy vote was cast for
Cameron and tho returns received up
to 4 o'clock indicato that Smith will
not havo a plurality in tho county of
more than 150. Walter Shutc, candi
date for district attorney, will undoubt-
Defeated Democratic Nominee Maizes No
Attempt to Conceal Chagrin, But
" Will Not Discuss Election
FAIRVIEW, Lincoln, Nob., Novem
ber 3. Tho hun parlor of his home
turned into a temporary telegraph and
newspaper office, W. J. Bryan watched
tho returns tonight "with manifest, in
terest. Ho was, however, perhaps the
most unconscious among thoso who had
assembled to hear the verdict.
Bryan divided his timo between his
parlor and the library, where ho re
ceived special reports from the state
chairman and the national committeo,
aud frequently came upstairs and read
aloud tho reports received. Tho returns
from New York, particularly from tho
up-stato precincts, wero of mo're than
usual interest to tho candidato, when
ho declared that the democratic in
crenso over tho vote.of 1901 was about
what had boon expected. Ho mado
many inquiries regarding the result
in Greater Now York and Ohio.
Bryan received tonight at his home,
Falrview, tho roturns which early told
him that for the third time ho had been
defeated in tbo greatest ambition of his
life. Confident of victory to tho very
last, he was not prepared to bclievo his
causo lo3t until th"6 pluralities of his
republican opponent piled up in such
proportions as to leave no room- for
When early returns camo in, he mado
ROOSEVELT FEASTS WITH CABINET
WHILE RETURNS ARE SERVED HOT
WASHINGTON, November 3. The
president and Mrs. Roosevelt renched
tho Whito Houso ou their return from
Oystor Bay shortly beforo 6:30 o'clock
Tho first thing the president did
when ho reachod homo was to scan the
latest election returns which, by tho
timo ho arrivod at tho Whito House,
wero coming in" rapidly. Ho was espe
cially pleased to read tho report of
his homo district in Oyster Bay, which
gavoiboth Taft and Hughes majorities.
At tho Whito House executive offices,
direct wires of tho different telegraph
(jraham County is Safe
for Hon. Mark A. Smith
SAFFORD, November 4.-1:30 a. m.
Returns from all voting precincts in
Graham county, savo Morenci, givo
Smith 1134 and Cameron 841. Tho vote
in tho Morenci precinct is about a
standoff, which gives tho "county to
Smith by a majority of 293. In tho
Safford precinct, tho total voto was:
Smith 187; Cameron 112. .
nampton, democrat, is selected terri
torial councilman by a good majority
and Pace and Merrill,, democrats, will
roprescnt tho connty in tho territorial
cdly lead tho democratic ticket, and
W. O. Kollner, candidato for county
superintendent of schools, will lead the
republican ticket. Henry Thompson,
democratic candidate for sheriff, on the
faco of tho latest returns, will havo a
plurality of something like 200. Robert
Pinyan will probably havo a plurality
of 110. There is a neck and noek race
n betwooa Ryan and Milos for countT
supervisor, but tho final count will per
shaps show Miles in the lead by at
least 100 votes. Trevillianwill receive
a heavy vote in tho Globo box, but not
sufficient to offer him any encourage
ment. The candidates receiving pluralities
in the precincts outside of Globo from
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no epocial inquiries regarding thostate
6f New Yorkand fonnd much enconr-.
ageincnt in. tho gains ho was making
up state "over tho democratic vote, of
J904; but, as tho figured continued to be
received, he relied on Greater Now
York to offset the heavy Taft .Vote
abOVc the Harlem river. Even in that,
ho was bitterly disappointed, and he
soon realised that the state was hope
lessly gono and -with it his prospects of
According to tho predictions of his.
managers, ho was led to beliovo. that
ho would bo elected without tho aid. of
the Empiro stato and turned his in
quiries toward Ohio and Indiana. A
heavy democratic gain in the thirteenth'
Ohio district was a sourco of satisfac-'
Hon and then indicated that the pro
phesies that Ohio would "go democratic
would bo fulfilled. He also derived
much comfort from a telegram from
John E. Lamb, a member of tbo ad-"
visory committeo from Indiana, stating
that tho indications were that Indiana
was democratic from the fae that his
own precinct had given him a handsome
majority, and, in tho reports, that he
again would carry his own state.
After nearly threo hours spent in his
library, Mr. Bryan went upstairs and
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companies and of the Associated Press
wero installed, and had tho news at
be earliest possible moment.
One wiro between tho executive office
and tho Whito House proper carried im
portant bulletins whilo tho president
was at dinner. Tbo party, consisting of
tho cabinet officers and their wives and
a number of others were entertained at
tho Whito Houso during tho evonlng,
and reports camo thick and fast. The
president went to his office in tho ex
ecutive building and carefully read ev
erything of importance that came over
assembly. They will have majorities
Tho other democratic candidates
elected were: Hunch, probato judgo;
McAllister, district attorney; Williams,
treasurer; Clnridge, recorder; . Cobb,
survoyor; Woods, superintendent of
schools; supervisors, Webster and Dow
dlo; justice of tho peace, Safford pre
cinct,1 Colton; constable, samo precinct,
McGoniglo. . Latest returns indicate
that Anderson, republican, ha3 been re
elected sheriff. .... -., .
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