|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Article Title||W. Knight Carries Utah County-Majority|
|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
I Esse w. knight carries I I UTAH COUNTY-MAJORITY I Bait Lake county Goes Republican by, at Least ! 5,000 Majority, II Despite the efforts of tlio un. Hi-aelied tliey have been handed a Hemon by the Republican party by he way of defeat, Tlio defeat la HLt a lienvy one in this county and Hit this writii'p It can hardly be paid Hyltk pafcty that the Democrats HvlH pot get some of the county IH Notwithstanding tlio defeat of Hhe county ticket, Jesse W. Knigth Hwll be given a majority of nearly t Bne thousand when the counting of 1 Bvute9 is completed. In almost every .Btowii in Utah county Mr. Kuiglit Hint been given excellent support by ' Hboth parties. The majority given ' 'flMr. Tuft in this county will not H $ Htave him in the state ua the majority I Hot Mr. Spry is heavy, reaching 'Hueirly five thousind in Salt Lake ) 'M county alone, H The Republicans were given a Hgreat victory in every part of the Hmnty and nothing could stop the 'frulltr." While Democrats nude exlr.t efforts In behalf of their conn- ;Hmv tiol;et,itwuBwithoutnvuil. And the wnw fiuu wlm-li Ins been given the H ,'lt! R-'pitblicjns In past yeirs is lH ftl" them. ;H SALT I.AKK CITY ELECTION H I'16 Americans and Democrats iH aae (sitting up und wondering how ijH it litppened in Salt Lake, ehe Re-'H Re-'H publicans haAing carried the county H by at least five thousand majority, H This 19 a reu' election surprise even 'jHj (o s me of the wise ones and the 'Hj defeated are blaming it to several H reasons, mainly, however, to the H "whisper," while othura aro nrgu-, nrgu-, H Ing that the right must have pa-;H pa-;H ,'eilC(! to conqufr. ;H I''16 ja(e City olljcere were H delated and that was ull that H claim the name uf "Americans." H The county is overwhelmingly He- H publican, every ollicer from con H sttl le U eomm!8iouer having been H elected. It is evioent that tlio H Dem crats und Republic-ms who H Vfieufthe Lutierday Saints faith H Vute rs a unit to down the "Ameri- H fait" thket. It is evident that the H the Democrats and ltopnqliwiia who H were of the Liitterdiy Stints faith H vole hh u unile to down the "Amer- H ican" ticket. It will now be H amusing to see what -some of the Republicans will siy concerning H the alleged deal which is supposed H to have been consu mated, H tub vote is l-novo city H The vote in Provo City wan a H heavy one. It is not often that H bdhts wcro so scratched h they H were tt this elwtion. It was after three o'clock thU morning before H the ju Igm Hihl dliyokers were through with their work. At this time the olrreot vote can not be given but will appear later. (The scratching wijj found to be In the causeeof Mr. Knight, for Govenor A heavy vote called for the delay in sending in the reports. OOUTICTH JX THE VTATE. Utah will give Taft abomt fifteen fif-teen thousnnd majority. This is the word that was given out this .morning from Salt Lake City and there are still many places to be be heard from that may add or detract de-tract from this amount The Bryan Bry-an votes in some localities were beeter than ever before but these were offset by a heavy gain for TMft, The entire Republican ticket was elected with o majority that would please any one. The Democrats fell far short of reaching expectations. expecta-tions. Weber county gave the Republicans Re-publicans really more than they had really expected U receiye., Cche also furnished.sotne. unexpected re-suits re-suits and all told and sumed up the Republicans landed everything. ' DEMOCUATH ARE OAilE. The unterrified and unwashed ari still game and are looking forwarded forward-ed to the time when the wind well blow their wuy. It is said that they will always consider that the party did excellent work and made progress pro-gress during 1G08, considering the difliculties which confronted the party. Probably no party has had mort difficult problems to solve. The campaign jvas fought on good, clean lines by the Democrats' and they have nothing to regret except that the cause which they oousider right should have won. City prefS of Chicago "'says re-turi's re-turi's from 200 .precincts says that Taft has carried Chicago by about 50,000 plurality. Chicago 235 out of 1200 pn duct h givrs Tuft,30,000 and Bryan 20,235. ' Uuffalo, N. Y. Democratic Candidate Chaudler carries Buffalo by 5000. Rome, N. Y.IIuglus, Republican Repub-lican for governor, 2000,, Chandler,-2002. Chandler,-2002. 1 Chicago, 812 of 1200 precinefs gives Diueen 11,807, SttvciiBoh, M80. '-,, . , Uitca, X. ;Y, , Complete, TM-7701, TM-7701, Bryan 0719, . HlBlj2lfl, Chandler .12782. . Syracnbe, N. Y., Complete. THft 1771, Bryan H.gJO, Hughes. 17,124, Chandler 12-0 Iff. Kighty Cities in X. " Y., Tuft 2,110, Bryan W,851. , j ,V 'K f '.'.' . ' ' ' Borough of Brooklyn, 120 out out of 587jive Hughes 1703J, Chandler 20,180, Sheaip, 2230. lirst 40 prepinots heard from in 111., outilde of Uoqk county, gives Taft CS33, Bryan 3034. ,i Chicago, 925 out of 120Q precincts pre-cincts give Deneen 2033 1, Stoven-son Stoven-son 20137. 80 preoincts out of 1210 In Illinois, Ill-inois, outside Cook county, give Taft 700.VBryan 4540, Bryan 27, 8-17 010 out, of 1250 preclnots In Chicago give Taft 100.39Q, Bryan 78,'52"h.' . , 00 out of SOU precincts In Illi. nois outside Cook county give Taft 8550, Bryan 5558. ' Now Yorq 7.45 p.m. Dem, State Chairman Connors claims state for Chanler by 50,000 plurality. plur-ality. Savana, Qa. Bryan has carried Ga. Concord, N, H. 38 'towns and wankut of 200 in New, I lamp, TaftlBryau 1000. Chloago33Q out of 1200 pre. clnbts give' Demeen 41,14, Stev enson J3,440. Now York 495 districts out of 1033 give Tast 81,508, Bryan 50r 074, Hlsgan 7805. New Haven, Conn AfH'ciated Precflnays Taft will carry Conn, by 20,000. Lilley, Rep.. G6v., will carry state by 10,000, base of mine returns, 'Flush- Kditor of Bnioklyn Englr claims election of Taft be-J yond a doubt. Chicago, 575 of 1 200 precincts gives Taft 51708, Bryan 41532. Conccn1, N. If, 08 towns and wards out of 290 in N. Hampshire give Taft 2170, Bryan 1070, Ills-geu Ills-geu 10. N. Y. 210 districts give Taft 47311, Bryan 50,580, Hisgcn 417P. Complete returns from Utlca and Syracuse N. Y, . Taft 25,492, Bryan 18,095, Hughes 24,340, Chanler 19,327. It indicates that Gov, Hughes is running only 10 per cent behind Taft to City, Brooklyn, 70 election districts of 587 gives Hughes 9440, Chandler 10,992, Shcarn 1240. Ohio, 4480 precincts In Ohio ticket is very long and will be late In giving results. Not a precinct reported at 7.45 p. rn. AFSociated Press nt New York snys if present ratio holds Taft will ivmti to Greater New York with 210,000 plurality and HughesVill come to Greater New York with Norfolk, Vo., The Republican stu'te committee concedes Virginia toWyan by 15,000, but claim a 'gain of one R?p. congressman in northern' districts. Baltimore, Mil., Returns from various iwutfl.ofrthe state show fall-ing fall-ing off of Democratic votes indicat-jingTutthiiB indicat-jingTutthiiB carried state by 5000 ! K.i or more, The Republicans probably prob-ably elected 3 out of 0. Newark, N. J. State Chairman Murphy Rep. State committee, claims state for Taft by swooping majority. Detroit, Mich. Associated. Prees says first returns from state shows Taft hap carried state by large ma. Jorlty. Heytnan, Democratio nominee for governor, is running muoh ahead of his ticket, (134 districts lu N, Y. Taft 210,038, Bryan 108,799. - Uuisville, Ivy. GO out of 220 precincts in city and Jefferson, county, coun-ty, Tuft 8080, Bryan 0529. Speaker Cannon has been elected by majority of 0000 to 7000.,? Now York Tribune says Taft's plurality in N,Y. state will be 110. 000. , 120 cities and towns in 'Mags, give Taft 33,140. Bryan 12,85.0 In Chicago 515 out of 1200 pre. cincts glvo Taft 72,780, Brj'an 57,-743. 57,-743. New York 085 districts In tlio state give Taft 177,330, Bryan 131,794, Hisgen 1208. Chicago 5fj0 out of 1200 precincts pre-cincts givo Taft.78,912, Bryan 02,-251. 02,-251. Brooklyn 180 out of 58,7 give Taft 31,288, Bryan 27,848, Hii-gen Hii-gen 3110. New. York, sn;s returns from 15J) out of 205 election districts in Boston, Bos-ton, Bryan 37,131, Tuft 34,800. For governor, Draper, Rep., 28,-UOj 28,-UOj Bachcy. Dem., 40,708. Chicago 445 out of 1200 di-tricts di-tricts givo TuftOljO lO, Bryan, 40,-950. 40,-950. 053 districts out of 3030 In N. i.t. i. ii id uf Qreiter N. Y. gives Hughes I02,805j Chanler 140,530; Shern 1130. Boston Globe announces Taft car. ried Mass. by 100,000 and that Draper, Rep., had been elected by 75,000. Chicago, 020 out of 1200 precincts pre-cincts givo Taft 880,090, Bryan 71,004. New' York American displays picture Indicating Tuft's election. 150 towns in Muw. Taft 45,554, New York World says returns indicate Hughes election by about 20.000 plurality. Taft probably carry New York city by 5000. City of N. Y. 210 districts give Tft 47,411, Bryan 50,580. Salt Lake City, Dist. 35. Spry 253, Knight 129, Street 32. ' - In Chicago 104 out of 12,(0 precincts pre-cincts give Demten 18,514, Steven-Hon Steven-Hon 12,154. Brooklyn Kagle out with an extra ex-tra saying all indications point to election of Hughes. Chicago 109 out of 1200 pre-ciuets pre-ciuets give Deinceii 22,034, Stevenson Steven-son 25,013. 18 precincts -in Salt Iake out of f,2 show Spry 4083, Knight 2080, Street 2847. . i ' .. . ).IJ.'..I 1 130,000 plurality. j IiidianaK)li?, 30 precincts out of 1 3245 In Indiana givo Tuft 5884 Uryun 5789. St, Paul, Minn. Havo scattering precincts In. Taft 232, Bryan 101. Soma preciuols gave 11011118011 Demo for governor, 208, Jacob-son, Jacob-son, Hep. 100. Milwaukee, Aesocioted prass says meager returns from different parts of Wisconsin indicate stato safe for Taft and Sherman and that Davidson, David-son, Rep., for governor running about even with Tuft. St, Paul, Minn, 10 precincts uutsido of Hcnaton and Raiusc) county iu Minn, givo Taft 048 Uryon 275. Milwaukee, Wis. 35 precincts of Milwaukee. For governor Davidson, Rep. 2527, A 1 ward Dem. 1300. Louisville and Jeffersou counties in Kentuoky 189 out of 222 pre-' clnct's, Ikyan 21,440 Bryan 23,-458. 23,-458. Omaha, Neb. 27 precincts out-Minneapolis, out-Minneapolis, Minn, 40 precincts pre-cincts in Miiiu in polls, Taft 5570, Jiryan 2018, Omuhu Neb, 48 precincts In Omaha und Douglas county givu Taft 0514, Rryun 0572, Chicago. 402 out of lSOQpre. cincts givo Toft 137,050, Bryan 100,010. .Provol, Dem. 100, Rep. 77; w ratrh 104. 75 per cent of the scratches go for Knight. Provo 3. Dem. 121, Rep. 105; scratch 100. Provo 4. Dem. HI, Rep. 135) M-ra'oh 104. Provo 8. Democrats 1 48, Rep. . 74, Soo. 15; scratch 80. Lake Shore. Dem Gf, Bep. 58) scratch 23, Two districts in Provo thow Knight 508, Spry 344. Knight Is receiving 75 per cent of tho credit, Weber County. 13 districts in Weber county show Spry 2008, Knight 20308, Street 2017. Salt Lake Ctty. 3 precincts givo Street 577, Spry 203, Knight 252. In 1!)04 the samo precincts eave Cutler 505, Ferry 225, Knoll 306. Cacho County. Four Demo-crats Demo-crats out of nine. Bryan 305, Tuft 324, Indications are that Knight is running ahead of his ticket.