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Volume III. Number 22.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908
PRICE FIVE CENTS
GILA COUNTY ELECTS
9 DEMOCRATIC OFFIC
four repubucans -
ryan and pratt
rENAL COUNT FURNISHES MANY SURPRISES AND MAKES SEVERAL
CHANGES FROM FIGURES GIVEN OUT YESTERDAY MORNING
WILLIAMSON AND RYAN GET SMALL MAJORITIES, BUT LAND
AHEAD OF PINYAN AND MILES, THOUGHT SURE WINNERS.
GILA COUNTY'S FAMILY
Councilman ...
'Assemblyman
Probata Judge
County school superintendent ,
District Attorney
Sheriff
County treasurer
County recorder
Surveyor
Sapervisor
Supervisor ..;
Justice- of tho poaco
Justice of the peace
The later count of the ballots of
Olobo precinct No. 1 yesterday after
noon presontod many surprises and
changed the aspect of tho situation In
ovcral essential details. The early
count in tho city and election night re
turns from outlying precincts indicated
tho election of Pinynn f6r. treasurer and
Miles for supervisor, both democratic,
but as tho count in Globe precinct No.
I proceeded, their pluralities gradually
dwindled away and finally" disappeared
until their republican opponents, ml
llamson and Ryan, respectively, came
out with scant pluralities to the good.
Up to lato last night, returns had
been roccived in full from all precincts
n tho county but five and aro contain
ed in the table published this morning.
Tho belated precincts are Pine, Pleas
ant Valley, Rice, Winkleman and, Christ-
mas, and local handicappcrs aver that
theso precincts normally return in tho
! sggregato a fair democratic majority.
At any rato it would bo scarcely possl-
bit for tho returns from theso precincts
to make any chango in the general re-
ult. Therefore tbo list of "public
servants" published at the bead of this
column is undoubtedly correct. The re
turns as given from Pino are incom
plete, the vot for several of the dif
ferent offices having been omitted.
The biygvat surpriso of the day was
ia tho way Williamson began to climb
ap in the last thousand of tho count of
scratched tickets in the citv. While
Williamson enmo into the city with a
: plurality of 2S over Pinyan, tho count
; ia Globo precinct No. 1 up to 4 o'clock
yesterday morning, gave Pinyan a plu-
rality of 73, which put him in the lead
I by 45 votes. But about that time tho
tide turned and in tho last seven hun-
! drcd votes counted Williamson climbed
and climbed untilat tho completion of
tho count ho stood elected treasurer of
INCOMPLETE RETURNS OF VOTE
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Delegate to Congress--Smith,
D 633
59
19
'11
59
19
10
59
17
10
62
Cameron, R
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Cnnnon, 8 238 "58
Councilman . M ,:
Hunt, D
Martin, It
Pollard, S
CIO
610
249
03
Assemblyman
McCormick, D 600
Trevillian, It C46
Ikenbcrry, S 245
Probato Judgo '
Robertson, D . 680
Flannigan, R ....'. 574
Claydon, 8 .' 245
School Superintendent
Nymyor, D 502
48
72
59
61
56
61
55
66
01
13
f.6
16
14
00
Keiinor, 11 751
Fryer, S
248
District Attorney
Shute, D
Henry, R .
Crowe, S .
Sheriff
Thompson, D .
632 ""rl7222
631
237
695
647
51
9
58
21
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50
28
8
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21
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62
21
10
59
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51
61
58-.
62
74.'
42
62
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69
51
60 .
Sparks, R
Gallcntinef 8
,202
Treasurer
Pinyan, D
624
074
231
Williamson E
Middloton, 8
Recorder
Stewart, D ..
Buffer, R
Lacey, 8
Surveyor
Tovcy, D
Hopkins, R .
Rolando, 8
D ....
749
488
-..255
030
... 565
..... 248
Miles, D
Woods, R
Ryan, R
Watson, S
McCormick, 8
i. 789 .72 "'29 2
-. KKa . nn 9.1 A in
481, -. 4o;v :yj 43
650 689 f, 50
236 - 58 61 1L' --
............ 242 60 66 5 ' ,;
ERS
kellner, Williamson,
returned winners
OF PUBLIC SERVANTS
Goo. W. P. Hunt'
John McConuick
C Robertson
W. O. Kellner
.' G. Walter Shuto
.'- .......:.. .J. H. Thompson
T-' Dan Williamson
Ed. T. Stowart
D. S. Tovoy
...:.'......." Pat Rosa
William Ryan
: Hlnson Thomas
. .H. H. Pratt
Gila county by a plurality over Pinyan
of SI votes.
Tho story in regard to Miles and
Ryan, candidates for supervisor, was
very similar. There woro two members
of the board of supervisors to bo elect
ed, and the election of Roso by a hand
Home majority had been conceded, oven
by tho republicans, long before cloction
day. But a closo contest was looked
for between Miles, dcmoerat,-nnd Ryan,
the present incumbent, tcpnblican. Liko
Pinyan, Miles at a late hour yesterday
morning, was well in tho lead and
nil in touch with tho situation con-
fidcntly thought that ho was elected by
n comfortablo majority. But it was
not known what was yet in tho ballot
box in tho monster precinct, Globe No.
1. When tho count was completed be
tween 4 and 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon, Ryan was found to bo in the
lead of Miles by 104 votes.
Kellner, republican, for school super
intendent, polled the highest vote of
any candidato on either ticket, the
result showing up 1cm than 1,101 Gila
: county votera had exercised their
suffrages in his behalf.
Tho leader of the democratic ticket
was Ji 11. Thompson, candidate for
sheriff, who camo down tho piko with
1,002 votes, closely followed by Stewart,
democrat, for recorder, with 1,001 votes.
Thompson's plurality over Sparks is
112 and Stewart leads nutter by 330.
Tho strongest plurality was Kellner
over Nyraeyer with a lead of 379. Mc
Cormick, democrat, for assembly, and
Tovcy, democrat, for survopor, wcro
tied for tho tightest squooze, both bo.
ing elected, according to tho incom
plete returns, by tho slim majority of
,''0 votes.
Following aro the pluralities as thov
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appeared at tho finish of tho count:
Smith, D., for dolegato to congress. 39
Hunt, I)., for councilman 87 (
.McCormlck. D.. for assemblyman... 46
IJobortson, 1)., for probato judge... 211
Kollner, It., school superintendent.. 379
Shuto, D., for district attorney 156
Thompson, D., for sheriff 142
Williamson, It., for treasurer 81
Stcwarty D., for recorder 330
Tovcy, D., for surveyor 46
Rose, D., supervisor, (over Ryan).. 158
Ryan, R., supervisor, (ovor Miles).. 104
It is probablo that tho returns from
Pleasant Valley and Pino' when they
aro received will givo a larger plural
ity for McCormick, but in tho other
cases no great chnngo is anticipated.
Globo Treclnct Officers.
Ilinson Thomas, democrat, for justice
of tho peace, leads tho ticket in tho
Globo precinct election, with 808 votes,
followed .by Duncan, democrat, for con.'
stable, who polled 757 votes. Following
is tho story of tho precinct election in
detail us shown by tho count last even
ing: Justice of tho Peace
Thomas, D 808
Pratt, It .. 7C9
Rawlings, D , 507
Crawford, S ill,
Apodacn, S 228
Constable
Duncan, D . .. ......;. 757
Roid, D v .593
Sabourin, It T... .... .543
Clark, R 330
Peterson, S 2491
Bell, 8 241
7.ATPT? inMmrJnt. rnJnm. frntn
Winklcmnn precinct give Camoron 10,
Smith .9, which figures aro not included
in tho abovo summary.
NEXT DAY IT SNOWED.
CHICAGO, November 4. Snow, the
first of tho season, fell here today.
THREAD MILLS ALL
RESUME FULL
TIME
STATEMENT GOES OUT WITH THE
ANNOUNCEMENT OF TAF.T'S
ELECTION.
Plants Employing 5,000 Operatives at
Newark, N. J., Hadt Been Running
Half- Time for Several Months, But
Will Run at Full Capacity -Monday.
NEWARK, ,N. Jv Novombcr 4.
Unon the announcement of Taft' elec
tion today -fijOOO operatives in the two
great thread mills of this city wcro
notified that full time work will be re
sumed on Monday.
v. , . . ... ,
GLASSCOCK AHEAD.
PARKKR8BURO, W. Va., November
4. A plurality of about 4,500 for
Glasscock, republican, for governor, is
conceded at tho democratic state head
quarters tonight.
WEATHER BULLETIN.
Arizona: Fair Thursday and Friday,
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MISSOURI IS
UNKNOWN
I
MARYLAND IS LOST
INDICATIONS ARE THAT TAFT
WILL HAVE 409 VOTES
IN COLLEGE.
COLORADO FOR BRYAN
INDIANA, WEST VIRGINIA AND
MONTANA ARE ALL SAFELY
REPUBLICAN.
NEW YORK, November 4. Returns
received up Jo a late hour tonight indi
cate that Taft will havo a vote of 309
' "" electoral COIICCB. IMS 18 Within
' "krtecn votes of tho forecast mado by
H'chcock, and aixty-soven moro than a
: uiiijvriij ui mo louu ctcciorai vote or
483.
If Missouri votes for Taft, tho total
may reach 327.' News of lato returns in
dicate that Maryland, after vacillating
during tho day and apparently being
fate for tho democrats, has been swung
into the Taft column. Unofficial figures
givo Taft tho state by 130 votes.
Indiana and West Virginia, as well
as Montana, turned out to bo safely
republican.
Colorado is for Bryan.
If Missouri, which lato develppmonts
place in tho doubtful column, goes for
Bryan, ho will havo a total of 174,
two less than ho received in 1896. In
1904, Parker received only 140 votes, in
3900 Bryan received 155 votes and in
1890 ha got 170 votes.
Temporary Defeat
But Not Conquered
Sais S. Gompers
' WASHINGTON, Novempcr. 4.
"Temporarily defeated, but-not con
quored," is tho way President
GomjierB of the American Federation
.of Labor, viewed tho election in a
statement issued today.
t'Tho organized workers stood
true to the causQ of 3U9tlco and
human freedom," says Gompers.
"This is not tho. first timo in tho
struggles between tho masses and
intrenched wealth, that privilcgo
and powor havo gained a material,
even thoug temporary victory. Tho
moral influence of tho campaign is
with the workers. Tho part that la
bor took, compelled discussion to be
devoted almost exclusively to the,
labor question, tho labor movement
and tho principles of right, justico
and humanity upon which their
philosophy and demands aro based.
Even though disappointed with the
result, thcro Is no loarf of faith or
confidenco in tho justico of labor's
demands, and their successful
achievement by action, consistent,
insistent and persistent, will achieve
for tho toilers, tho tripmph of tho
cause of labor and tho causo of
human justice."
HDIDACY IS ONLY
NEBRASKAN LAUGHS AND JOKES
WITH THOSE A&OUT HIM
AND CARES NOT.
Colonel Explains That Ho ,Wlli Bo Just
as Happy Out of Oflico as in, But
That Ho Sought Presidency as Holp
In Work Ho Has Undertaken.
LINCOLN, Nob., Novembor 4 Whilo
uot caring to discuss tho political effect
of a democratic victory in his homo
state, or to analyze tho causes, Bryan
in an informal talk this aftornoon to
a number of frionds who called on him,
expressed his plcasuro nt the result in
Nebraska and tho satisfaction it afford
ed him to learn of the election of so
many personal and political friends.
I hopo I havo convinced my friends
that- running for oflico has only been
an -incident to my work. My-heart haB
never boon action. holding office, but I
UAN
AN INCIDENTAL
SAYS BRYAN
want to do certain work, and it looked
as though tho presidency might offer
tho opportunity to do that work. I
am suro that in privato lifo, I can have
tbo chanco to do some good,
"Ono is not required to hold oflico
in order to do big things; ono is sim
ply roquired to do those things within
bis reach, and that much is within reach
of each of us.
"Personally, I shall find as much joy
in being out o foffico as I would bo in
oflico. I hope still to bo of influenco
to bring nbout needed reforms."
Tho defeat ho suffered yesterday did
not wolgh heavily upon Mr. Bryan.
Ho was ono of the most cheerful of
thoso nt his home, and laughed and
joked good naturcdly with his visitors.
STEVENSON CARRIES COOK CO. '
' CIIICAUO, November 4. Complete
returns from Cook county, including!
Chicago, aro availablo today. With tho
exception of Stevenson, democrat for
governor, who carried tho county by a
scant 1397 ovor Deneen, republican, tho
republicans rolled up handeomo major
ities. CONCEDE NEBRASKA.
OMAHA, Neb., November 4. Tho
Republican concedes the stato to Bryan
by 5,000 or more; the election of Shall
enborgor by 8,000, and says that sur
facd indications point to a clean sweep
XT-1 l- ! .li- - 1 ; 1 !-
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cation bv democrats, although the
fourth district is still Sn doubt. The!
legislature will bo democratic, but thero
is no senator to elect.
HALF MILLION IN SMOKE.
PEMBROKE, Ont., Novombcr, 4.
Firo today causetl a $500,000 loss in the
business section of tho town.
JURY DELIBERATES
FATE OF MDRSE
CHARGED WITH FRAUD RELATIVE
TO SUSPENSION OF BANK
OF NORTH AMERICA.
Still Watting For Verdict at Late Hour
Last Night Caso Has Attracted
Wide Attention by Reason of Prom-
"inence of Bank"and Defendants.
NEW YORK, November 4 Tbo cases
of Charles W. Morse and -Alfred. II.
Curtis, jointly indicted and on trial in
tho United States court here for .viola-'
tion of tho banking laws in connection
with tho suspension of tho National
Bank of North America, woro given to
tho jury today and tho fate of the two
defendants was still undecided lato to-!
night.
BRYAN'S VOTE REDUCED.
NEW YORK, November 4. Missouri,
with eighteen votes, must bo taken from
tho Bryan column and put in the doubt- (
fnl. This will rcduco Bryan's total to
150 votes.
MS
DEMOCRACY MORE CLOSELY UNITED THAN EVER
NEW YORK, Novembor 1. Declar
ing the democratic party to bo more
united today that it has been for many
years and that Bryan was dofeated by
what ho claims was misrepresentations
to tho effect that his election would
havo hurt business interests, Chairman
Mack of tho democratic national cora
mittco this afternoon, issued a state
ment in which ho announces extenslvo
plans to advance tho. party's interest
during tho next four years. Mack's
statement follows:
"Thcro Is not much for mo to say,
and I havo no apologies to make rela
tive to tho victory of the republican
party. Bryan mado tho most magnifi
cent fight ever waged by any onmli-
CHILDREN BLOCKED A SALE
Throwing Baseballs At Auto Prevented
Nervous Man From Buying.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. There is ono
autoriiobilo salesman who is going
nbout with black feolinga toward child
ren, particularly thoso who live in tho
upper part of Harlem. The reason for
his animosity is this:
Ho had a chnnce to make a sale of
a, car and had an appointment with his
customer for tho early part of tho day
to try out tbo car. Something delayed
them, and whon they got out of tho
lower part of tho city tho schools woro
letting out.
"I had told tho chaffcur to go along
slowly because I know tho man wns a
bit timid and I thought ho could bo got
around to tho point whoro he would
get his confidence. When wo got up"
around whoro (hoso schools wero dis
missing for tho recesses 'thoso fiendish
children seemed, to take particular de
light' in tossing baseballs" over tho car
as- clo'so ' as they could come to" tho
MARK A. SMITH BEATEN
BY RALPH CAMERON-636
DEFEAT OF VETERAN TERRITORIAL DELEGATE
CONCEDED EARLY IN AFTERNOON ATPH0ENIX
CANDIDATES TIE VOTE IN PIMA
SMITH CARRIES SIX OF THE OTHERS, BUT MAJORITIES GIVEN
CAMERON IN REMAINING FIVE ARE TOO GREAT TO BE OVER
COME SENSATION 6n STREET CAUSED BY EARLY EXTRA.
BEGINNING
OF RAILROAD
TO MIAMI
Construction wbrk on tho Miam: ex
tension of tho Gila Valloy, Globe &
. ISorthorn will begin at once,
I -
J- C- MeCluro, superintendent
of
construction for tho Rando'ph lines, and
P. Jones, superintendent of bridges and
buildings, arrived in tho city last night . In Pima and Navnjo counties, the
to begin their end of the work. candidates tied.
E. F. Godso has resigned as roadmas- While the official count will be accep
tor for tho Gila Valley, Globe & North- sary to indicate the actual figures, there
ern, to accept a position on tho con- is no, room to doubt tho defeat of Mark .
struction of tho new road, which, it is Smith by a majority so large that it
said, will be construction "to .Miami cannot be overcome,
and north," and his place on the Gila In Gila county, where Tuesday night,
Valley has already been filled by tho
appointment of William Conner 'as
roadmastcr.
Two or thrco surveys for the new
road have already been made, the right
of way has been secured, and every
thing is ready for a speedy construction
of tho road that will bring Globo in di
rect touch with the rich country to the
north and west and increaso the trcde
of the local stores by all tho business
to be developed through tho working of
tho Miami mines.
Roosevelt Gives
Interpretation
of the Election
WASHINGTON, November, 4.
President Roosevolt today gave his
interpretation of the victory of the
republican party, when he said to
the newspaper men whom he re
ceived in bis oflico:
"This administration has meant
a steady effort and progress which
should never be nllowedto deviate
into unwise radicalism on the one
hand, nor into unwiso conservatism
on the other hand.
"Tho nomination of Taft was a
triumph over a reactionary conserva
tism, and tho. election was a triumph
over an unwise and improper rad
icalism." date. This party was made the victim
of misrepresentation, misrepresentation
to tho effect that a democratic success
would retard the business interests of
the country. Tljat was an argument
without foundation.
"Notwithstanding ye&tcrday's de
feat, tho democratic party stands more
united today than it has for many years
and in this union lies futuro strength
and powor for recuperation."
"It is my intention to continuo tho
headquarters in Buffalo and Washing
ton for tho next four years, to kcep in
touch with, leaders in all states, and to
promulgato democratic principles and
democratic thought by printing liter
nturo to aid tho leaders of tho party
customer and myself, whore wo sat in
tho tonucau.
"Wo wcro kept busy dodging tho
balls. About a quart measure of them
fell into tho tonncau and thoso I took
pleasure in keeping.
"All this got on tho man's nerves,"
said tho salesman, "and finally after a
most alarming fusillade, ho told mo to
havo tho machino stopped. Ho got out
and said 'If I havo to go through a
thing liko that I don't caro if I never
own a machino in New York.'
"And despito all I could do ho in
sisted on taking tho streot car back
down town. That killed ray salo in
good stylo."
LONDON PLEASED WITH TAFT.
LONDON, Novombcr 4. Tho com
plotoness of tho republican victory in
tho United States yesterday was hailed
on tho Stock Exchango today with a
great deal of satisfaction and is thought
to havo a good and lasting effect on the
markets hero and to- givo additional im
petus to tho already Improving condi
tions. '' ' -
AND
NAVAJO COUNTIES AND
Mark A. Smith was defeated for tor
Vitorial delegate by Ralph Camcroa.
According to advices received by
tho Silver Belt lato last night, Cameron
Is cloctcd by a majority of 036 votes.
This is, however, altogether unoffi
cial, a dispatch from tho St. John's
Herald stating that completo returns,
of Apache county give Cameron a ma
jority of 160, while advices from other
sources cut down his majority to 75.
Tbo counties carried by Smith are
Gila, Mohave, Graham, Pinal, Yuma
und Santa Cruz.
Cameron carried Apache, Yavapai,
Coconino, Maricopa and Cochise.
Mark Smith was believed to have a ma
jority, tho figures were pulled down
as tho count proceeded until when the
last ballot in the box of Globe precinct'
No. 1 bad been counted, this majority
had been cut down to 39, and advices
from Winkleman, received by telephone,
announced that it would be. mado 38.
Four other boxes aro to bo heard from,
but theso will make no' material change
in tho vote for Cameron and Smith.
The pluralities for Smith and Cam
eron, respectively, in tho counties they
carried, are as- follows:
County. -. Smith. Cameron
Apacho .. ,75
Cochiso -. ).- ...- .400
Coconino I ' 150.
Gila 3?
Graham .". 250
Maricopa .....7 ..'... ..." ' 225
Mpbave ......,'. .. 125"'- " .?.
Navajo ....'...! "0;. 0 '
Ilima ...,...'.... ..... ,.0' .. '. 0 -Pinal
......... .t'.,J.:" 75 J ' ....
,Santa Crnz....i2jLO'-'-.;."
Yavapai . . 4 . ...... ... . .'. . v.l-350'.
Yuma .. ..:c..K..... 60 ...
Totals -564 1200'
Recapitulation: ' . '- -Halph
Cameron . .";.; 1200
Mark A. Smith .': .. 564
8mith's plurality 636-
ESTRADA PALMA IS DEAD.
SANTIAGO, November 4. Thomas.
Estrada Palma, first president of the
Cuban republic, died tonight.
in fighting the high tariff, which, in all
probability tho republicans will con
tinue, notwithstanding their promises
to revise it.
"I am supported in this by members
of tho national committee, tho state
chairmen and other leaders, all over the
country.
"In his own state, Nebraska, where
ho is best known, Bryan was victorious.
While it is truo that ho met with de
feat in the nation, he did so as thocan
didate of his party, supported by six
or seven million of his countrymen, who
voted for him and tho principles he so
splendidly espoused, and with respent
and admiration of them."
TUCSON MEXICAN STABS HIS SON
TUCSON, November 4. F. Maldona
do is in tho city jail awaiting a hearing
on a chnrgo of assault with a deadly
weapon. It is alleged that ho had n
quarrel with his son, C. Maldonado, and
stabbed tho latter in tho hand with :i
knife Sunday afternoon. Tho son is
about 20 years old.
A scvero and very serious wound
was caused and a call was sent to tho
polico station for an officer; Policeman
Mungia responded and arrcstdd thw
father.
It was necessary for a physician, who
was summoned to attend the son, to
tako several atitchos in dressing tho.
wound.
HONOLULU REPUBLICAN.
HONOLULU, Novemebr 4. Returns
received up to 4 o'clock this aftornoon.
show that Jonah Kalanianaolc, repub
lican territorial delegate .to. congross,
hasbocn re-elected by a decreased pin
rality. Tho territorial legislature will
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