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TREMENDOUS LACK OF OHEEES
AND ENTHUSIASM ON THE
8TEEETS AT NIGHT.
READEE3 WERE VERY PATIENT,
BUT IT DID GROW SO
nothing but bats for nn nudicnco and
"doustv.1" ita "flush machine"
At 11:30, tho Iris theater was do
Bcrtcd, savo for ono old man who stout
ly vowed that ho would "see it
through," and tho extinguisher was
clapped upon his nmbition.
Tho couuty oloctions wcro exciting
ly closo, but all this was lost right of
in tho faco of what that man Taft
At midnight, Olobo was sleeping
TOTS. ONE DAY ONLY.
Strcots Wora Deserted at Midnight,
When Result of Election Was Al
ready Apparent and People- Lost All
Interest in County Fight.
Bulletins and bulletins!
They wero read last night, and read
again and again, on tho Silvor Belt's
bulletin board in tho early part of tho
evening, at tho Iris theater, later in
tho night, when tho Silver Belt's scr
vico was sent thero; up in tho Saguaro
club, amidst luxurious surroundings, in
tho street, whoro tho Whito Houso
llashed thotn across n curtain in front
of the oxpress office, in tho lobby of ho
Dominion hotel, down at Keegan's sa
loon, whoro they wero tacked up on
tho wall, and still tho crowds waited
for moro and more.
Tho news was rather discouraging
for so sturdily domocratic a community
But still, tho readers waited pationt
ly, eager for somo littlo scrap of in
formation that would show that the
leader of the democracy was making
tho fondly expected progress towards
tho proaidoncy of tho United States.
But tho rows was all ono way.
As tho night woro on, the lead of
tho republican nomineo gained steadily.
It grow dreadfully monotonous, honest-
Early in the night, n bulletin was
posted in front of tho Silver Belt of
fice to tho offect that Taft had carried
Maryland. Tho crowd on tho sidowalk
waa so donso that tho newspaper man
could hardly reach tho board to stick
up tho bit of paper.
"What docs it say what's tho main
thing," asked ono of tho readers
"Maryland for Taft 5000," re
sponded tho disseminator of informa
tion with professional brevity.
"Excuse mo, old man, but that's aw
ful," camo from tho aforesaid reader
in tones of profound disgust. Tho
crowd mado not a comment.
Tho words expressed tho clearly ap
parent sentiments of tho many on tho
At 11 o'clock, tho Whito Houso had
BRYAN MAKES NO STATEMENT.
(Continued from Pago One)
talked to the nowspapor men nnd oth
ers who had assembled in tho "work
room." Ho read some further returtiB,
bat they told tho samo story of dofcat
an dho announced that ho would not
havo any statement to givo out to
RETURNS AT LATE HOUR THIS
MORNING WERE STILL
Chairman Dillon Claimed Election of
Mark Smith by Plurality of 1200,
Whilo Hoval A. Smith Insisted Ralph
Cameron Was Winner by 1000.
Returns received up to a lato hour
this morning forecast tho election of
MarkMark Smith ba plurality rang
ing between 300 and 500. Reports aro
very moagro from tho counties in the
northern portion of tho Btatc. Chairman
Dillon at " o'clock this morning claim
ed tho election of Mark Smith by a plu
rality of 1200. Hoval A. Smith of tho
republican territorial committee at tho
same hour claimed the election of Cam
eron by 1000 plurality. Tho rc3ult of
the contest will not bodofinitoly known
until about noon today. Thero aro in
dications that Smith has been elect
ed, but by a considerably reduced ma
F.UEF" TRIAL DRAGGING ON.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 2.
Tho tenth week of the trial of Abraham
Kuof, charged with the bribery of a
supervisor, commenced today, with two
places on tho jury unfilled. The morn
ing session of court ondod without tho
selection of a candidate, and the ex
amination of a talesman was in progress
Pennsylvania 29th, W. n. Graham,
republican, elected; 1st, J. Francis
Burke, republican, elected; 32d, Andrew
J. Bnichfiold, republican.
Pennsylvania 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1th, 3th,
Cth, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th, 13th, 17tb, 18th,
10th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 20th,
30, republican; 10th, 27th, 20th, demo
New York 29th, M. E. Driscoll, re
publican, elected; 5th, 20th, 27th, 28th,
30th, republican; 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th,
11th, 12th, 13th, 10th, 18th, 2d, demo
crntic; 1st, 4th, republican.
New York 19th, republican.
New York 31st, 32nd, 35th, 26th,
republican; 25th, domocratic.
Now York 20th, 22nd, republican,
rence, republican, olectod; 2d, F. H.
Oillotte, republican, olocted; 3rd, C. O.
Washburne, republican, elected; 6th, A.
P. Gardner, republican, elected; 7th, E.
W. Roborts, republican, olocted; 8th, S.
W. McCnll, ropublicnn, elected; 12th,
J. W. Weeks, republican, olocted; 13th,
W. S. Oreen, republican, elected; Htl.
W. E. Livoring, republican, elected.
Ohio 10th, republican.
Ohio 19th republican.
Alabama 1st and 2d, democratic.
Georgia 11 districts, all democratic.
Mississippi 8 districts, all demo
South Carolina 1st, 2d, 3rd, 4th,
5th and 6th, all democratic.
Tennessee 1st, republican; 6tb, dom
ocratic; 10th, democratic.
Iowa 9th, republican.
Illinois 18th, ronublicnn.
Kentucky 1st, democratic.
Massachusetts 1st, Georgo P. Law
Texas 7th, 14th, democratic.
North Dakota At largo, L. B. Han
na, A. J. Grotna, renublicans.
Connecticut All five republican.
Louisiana All seven democratic.
Kansas 1st, 7th, ronublican.
Kansas Sth, rotsiblican.
Minnesota 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 0th,
Missouri Sth, domocratic; 10th, re
Illinois 17th, republican; 20th, 21st,
Wisconsin 1st, 7th, 8th, 11th, repub
Florida 1st. 2nd. 3rd, democratic. .
Alabama Nino democrats.
Virginia Sth, democratic; 9th, re
Wisconsin 2nd, 3rd, republican.
Delaware W. H. Iloald, republican
nt large, elected.
I Utah Josoph Howell, republican, at
Plinois 25th, N. B. Tbistlowood, ro
Oklahoma 2nd, E. L. Fulton, demo
crat; 3rd, James S. Davonport, demo
crat; 4th, Charles G. Cartor, democrat.
Seven Yoars of Proof
"I have hnd seven years of proof
that Dr. King's Now Discovery is tho
beat modicino to tnko for coughs and
colds and for every diseasod condition
of throat, chest or lungs," says W. V.
Henry, of Punnma, Mo. Tho world has
had th'rty-eight years of proof that Dr.
Kinc's Now Discovery is tho best rom-
ody for coughs and coUIb, la grippo
asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, .hemorr
hage of tho lungs, nnd tho early stages
of consumption. Its timely uso always
prevents tho development of pneumonia.
Sold undor guaranteo nt Palace Phar
macy. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottlo froe.
GILA COUNTY REMAINS '
LOYAL TO DEMOCRACY
Mrs. E. II. Harris gave a dinner
party last evening. Tho guests wcr
delighted with tho coffee Mrs. Hnrris
always uses Folger's Golden Gate whole
roast and grinds it herself, not too fine
pulvorizcd coffee is bittor.'
Read tho pain formula on a box of
Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your Doc
tor if thcor in a bettor one. Pain moans
congestion blood pressuro somewhere.
Dr. Bhoop'B Pink Pain Tablots chock
head pains, womanly pa!ns, pain any
where. Try one, and see! 20 for 25c.
Bold by I'nlaco ruarmacy.
You are going to receivo on Invita
tion for th'o evening of Noyamber 16.
Don't make any other engagement.
For genuine mntton, lumb and sheep
Tho Pioneer Meat Market, M. C.
Bonne, 8upt. Phono 351.
What Would Yon Do.
In coso of a burn or scald what would
you do to relieve tho pain! Such in
juries aro liable to occur in any fam
ily and cvoryono should bo prepared for
thorn. Chamberlain's Salve applied on
n iwft cloth will relievo tho pain almost
instantly, nnd unions tho injury is a
vory sevcro one, will causo tho parts
to heal w'thout leaving a ecar. For sale
by all druggists.
THE CITIZEN' SArTK OF GLOBE
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUS
TNES3 AND SOLICITS YOUR AC
COUNT. S. F. BULLENBEROBB,
A clorgymun writos: "Prcventics,
thoo littlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets aro
working wonders in my parish." Pro
vontics surely will chock a cold, or tho
Grippe, in a very fow hours. And Pro
ventics aro so safo and harmless. No
Quinine, nothing harsh nor s!ckoning.
Fine for fovorish, restless childron. Box
fo 48 nt 25c. Sold by Paluco Pharmacy.
A Bpecial meeting of tho Stockholders
of tho Consolidated Mines &, Develop
ment Company will be held nt tho Do
minion hotel Saturday evening, Novem
ber 7th, at 8""o 'clock.
- -Fr M. DODGE, Seoy.
(Continued from Pncj One)
which returns havo been reportod, with
luuir rusjiucuvo inuiiiiiwua, uiu;
Smith, D. . 4
Hunt, D 11
McCormick, D 54
Robertson, D ... 89
Kcllnor, It 120
Shute, D Jr. 131
Thompson, D . 51
Williamson, It . 23
Stowart, D 33
Hopkins, It . . . ... 22
Rofio, D . . 6
Ryan, R 19
Pine, Pleasant Vnlley, Summit, Boll-
vuc, McMillcn and Tonto aro tho out-
sido precincts still to hear from. Pino
and Pleasant Valley aro aafoly domo
cratic and the othor precincts aro about
a standoff. Tho democratic precincts
will add about thirty to tho pluralities
of tho democratic candidates and will
bring them all to Globe leading tho re
publican candidates. Tho latest roports
would indicato that tho returns from
tho Globo No. 1 box will givo tho dem
ocratic candidates on an avorago of
about 100 plurality, which will elect
tho whole ticket by pluralities running
from 100 to 300.
Thero is considerable speculation re
carding tho race for justice in tho
Globe precinct. Hinson Thomas seems !
safe on tho returns receivod from North
Globo. His majority is estimated at
250. H. H. Bert Pratt, tho republican
nominee, received twenty-fivo moro
votes in North Globo than wero cast
for Rawlings, and it is thought that ho
will carry tho Globo No. 1 box. .Raw
lings, however, claims his election by nt
least 100 votes. It will tako tho offi
cial count to decido this controversy.
The vote in tho North Olobo box for
precinct officers was as follows:
GLOBE NO. 2.
Justico of tho Peace
Hinson Thomas, D
Rawlings, D .
Co nu table
Sabourin R .
Peterson, 8 .
THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES
ON THE 16TH.
I gKj m a ml fii H m
m m mM W m If ul J ft
at this &ore. We are headquar
ters for the besT: clothes-
and we guarantee that they
duplicated in Globe at the
LATE GLOBE RETURNS.
At 4 o'clock this morning 838 of the
1,571 votes cast in Globo precinct had
been countod and tho incomploto count
gives the following results. Tho count
for this precinct shows a gradual dem
ocratic gain as tho ount prooeeds.
There wcro at this hour still 713 votes
to count, it being estimated that the
work would not bo completed before
Smith .. 375
Cameron ;v 2S4
Cannon ! . 196
Hunt .. .
M mBi-fiy fill I
McCormick 's Plurality
Robertson , i.
Kcllnor .-.. .........
Spa rks .
Thompson's plurality .
Stowart 's plurality
Tovoy 's plurality .
Roso . .
Ryan ..... ..
Justico of Peace
Apodncn ... ......
Duncan .. ..
Peterson . .
... .. 80
. ...i 105
Chamberlain's tha Most Popular
"Wo havo in atock many colic and
d'nrrhoca medicinos," says R. Ml Whito
a prominent merchant of Turtlo Bayou,
Texas, "but noil moro of Chamborlain 'a
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeday
than of all others put together." For
sale by all druggists.
Since our big cost sale is over we find we
have many hundreds of remnants in our
Dress Goods, Ginghams and Percales; in
fact, remnants in all our piece goods. Now
we will give the mathers a chance to dress
the little tots up with the remnants at a
price cheaper than you bought in the cost
sale. And there are some remnants big
enough for the grown up people. Come in
soon; as these remnants are not going to
last but a short while.
We Are Prepared
To wire your house and connect it for
electric light on short notice. Call us up
by phone and we will send a man to
estimate the cost of your wiring and give .
you all information. '
fow ii in I tmi imm.aqAimi(ii tttTwm tri Miaiywiwi
-" V4 yw wf Ji!i
GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS CO.
TeiletSoaps, Perfumes, Stationery, etc
This is the greatest opportunity you ever had
for buying these articles at such low prices.
Toilet Soaps that formerly sold qC
for $1 a box now per box OOC
Stationery and Perfumes at Actual Cost
We must move, so we are making these offerings
UNITED DRUG CO.
524 NORTH BROAD ST.
Keep Your Eye on This Space
in Real Estate
in the meantime see me for all kinds of Insurance
Fire Insurance our specialty
L. H. BROWN
Room 21 Globe Office Bldg.
Hay Drain Cl Wood
Hauling smd Moving
Phon 1331. XTJSSBLL ft HARRIS
F. L JONES &
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill S
Tclephono 432 Telephone 433
Silver Belt's Piano Contest
THIS VOTE IS FOR
Write the name f your candidate
Whem 1 Consider the Most Popular Lady in Gila Cowry
Not Good If Votod After Korombar 1G.
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