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J 8 The Saxt Laice Trxbtotej Wjsdnesbax Morning-, March 9. 1904. ,
ITOZIER WILL PITCH
FOR THE ELDERS
Popular Hard-Hitting Young Twirler
F ! Will Wonx the Salt Lako
i Announcement was made yesterdny
by the management of the Salt Lake
' 1 Baseball club that a contract had been
I signed by William I. Tozier. tho
youngster who performed in the
I ' pitcher's box for the Elders last treason,
Tozlcr was on the reserve list lant fiea-
H son, but not until recently did ho sign
Hi' a 1D04 contract.
U j Tozier is at preaent in St. Louis, but
I; vill be in Salt Lake as soon as the
1' i ' weather will permit practice. He de-
I i clare3 that he has taken good care of
1 I hlmBelf during the past winter, and
I , says he can get into playing condition
I on short notice.
I j Tozier made many friends while play-
Hl ;! ing with the local team last summer.
Ill : nd there are u. number of persons here-
m 1 who think he will be one of the stellar
I performers on the Salt Lake aggrcga-
lion this year. Tozior wan one of I he
, best hitting pitchers in the league last
I year, and he will probably hold his own
l with the heavy stickers again this sea-
I I son
The Elders have already secured a
good pitching staff, having signed
H ! Wlggs, Quick. Erelck and Tozier. These
M I four men ought to be able to amply
H care for their department if propcrly
l backed up by good basemen and
II I OVERALL TO PITCH
I j FOR TACOMA TEAM.
, j VI SALT A, Cal., March S. Mike
Fisher, manager of the Tacoma buse-
J ball team, today signed Orvall Overall.
the famous Berkeley pitcher, to play
' with his team during the coming sea-
1 Orvall Overall, the young collegian
i mentioned in the abovo diBpatch is one
of the best all-around athletes in the
I , West Besides being a crack baseball
l 1 pitcher, Overall Is a Btar football man,
1 and has made quite a record on the
I Tho young Californian Is hest known,
1 perhaps, on account of his ability as a
r punter. Time nnd again the big
I '.j Berkeley guard has caused despair to
I j fill the hearts of the Stanford rootera
I as he sent the oval soaring down th
I field to safety after the Cardinal eleven
I had forced the pigskin close up to Call-
I i fornla'a goal line.
I Two years ago Overall's great klck-
, Ing won the game for the Berkeley
i j eleven. The Stanford team outplayed
It their rivals in straight football, but the
Jong punts of the California star more
' 1 than overcame hla opponents superl-
i) ority In team work and gave the game
; If to Berkeley by a score of 16 to 0.
I ij Overall stands over six feet and
1 weighs in tho neighborhood of 200
!. pounds. He is well developed, and not-
i ' w ithstanding his immense size is very
fast on his feet.
, He made an errviahle record whilo
r pitching on tho Berkeley baseball team,
I I and it was this that causod Manager
J Fisher to select him for one of the
I 1 pitching staff of the Tacoma team.
II UTAH COUNTY BOWLERS
ARE GROWING SAUCY
i The Springvllle howlers who defeated
i tho Bismarck aggregation from this
city in a game last week aro anxious
for a return match to be played In Oils
, ciiy. When the Bismarck players re
turned after their unsuccessful trip to
- the Utah county town, they asserted
that their defeat was due to the bad
: condition of the Springvllle alleys. Tho
southern aggregation tako exception to
this statement and declare that their
alleys ore In first-class condition and
; say that the Salt Lake bowlers were
defeated because they were unable to
"deliver the goods."
u Manager Haymond of tho Springvllle
: team comes forward with a defy to
play the Bismarck bowlers on any al
; 1 leys in this city on the same terms as
i ' those governing the former match.
I WORLD'S RECORD BROKEN.
Chicago Man Rolls Remarkable Score
in Series of League Games.
Charles "W. Cooke of Chicago rolled
llje remarkable average of 243 2-3.
' These figures, which are the best
;1 recorded by any player in the country
,! this season, are a world's record for the
j Dixteen-pound ball in a regular league
competition. They w ere made In a com
1 petition between the Winthrops and
i Plazas In the Sheridan league, Cooke
being the leader of the first named
team. Cooke has been playing- a little
Der three years. This year ho is play
ing with the Winthrops In the Sheridan
league, the Columbia Knights in the
Chicago league and the Malnes In the
"olumbian Knights league, and Is
jecond in the Individual races In the
; two last named His best previous
i, averages In league competition have
h been 232. 22.1 and 211.
I Good Bowling Tonight.
A match irame will be rolled tonight
Dn the Palaco alleys between the Col
; pnder and Harmony bowling teams.
There Is considerable rivalry between
ho two teams owing to their close finish
n the league contests. vThe Collenders
took first money by the narrow margin
of one game and the Harmony bowlers
ire- anxious to wrest the laurels from
their rivals In a post-season game.
Barney Oldfleld Quits.
ST. LOUIS, March S. Barnev Old
Icld will quit the racing track when
-Is contract with the Winton company
ixplrcs next August, If he lives until
hat time (he has many chances of
quitting sooner), and he has arranged to
nter the automobile agency business
H Yankee Horse Wins.
H PARIS, March 8.-At tho Saint Ouen
IH iaces today tho Prix Barllcur was won
'jy William K. Vanderbllfs Varlgo. I
A PALACE ON WHEELS
BOSTON. March S'-Ono of tho hand
somest and perhaps tho most elaborately
equipped automobiles ever brought to
this country will be exhibited at tho Bos
ton automobile show within a fortnight.
It Is a twenty-eight horse-power Napier
machine, with a Pullman body of the Li
mousine type. The Interior is luxuriously
POOL ROOMS MAY
CLOSE IN GOTHAM
NEW YORK, March S. There is a
possibility that the war being waged
between the poolrooms of this city and
the telegraph company which serves to
its customers returns from the various
race tracks may result in tho presen
tation of a bill to the Legislature which,
should It become a law, will prohibit
tho transmission of Information relat-
lltted for four revolving arm chalrms In
morocco leather, largf plat glass win
dows, with spring blinds and hanging cur
tains; folding tables and cabinet, heating
apparatus and electric light; ventilators
over the windows, woodword of polished
mahogany and celling of the Louis XVI.
period. Tlio car Is now bound for Bos
ton from England.
Ing to racing results by telegraph or
telephone in the State of New York.
Perhaps tho most' Important move
since hostilities began has been the
shutting off of service to a poolroom
in Chicago, which It was said had been
caught delivering race results to an
agent of the New York gamblers for
transmission to tills city by telephone
This did not have the effect, however,
of crippling the New York rooms. In
formation was obtained from various
sources, but not without much delay.
Getting- up at night, too frequont urina
tion during tho day are cured by Oregon
1 Kidney Tea
BIG TQ0R1NG GAB
AS 100 PLOUGH
Murray to Second South Direct In thirty
mlnuiCH. Thai la u. record for mud auto
inouilmj; mat was mndo by GeorKo II.
itoblnson yesterday in bin big Winton
touring car. Mr. Roblnwm was accom
panied by two Eastern capitalists, who
were shown about the smelters and given
an msigtu into some ot mo little nilncui
ucsini'Ounccrcd by an nutomoblllst in tno
Aprrncmio in t'tan.
in many pluees mud was encountered
hub-noHp ami the maclnno pot stuck irolns
uown. j'hls dlrnculty, however, wns over
come by rough-locking the hind wheels.
L. (.'. Buow or thi UUun Automobile com
pany, who operated the car, bound the
rlma of the roar wheels with heavy ropen.
The wheels then took hold and sent mud
Hying In all dlrectlonH as they liUczed
around. Tho occupants of tho currluEo
wen- In no way beHputtorod, as tho car Is
enclosed on all sldca. There aro Binall
eldo windows nnd tho entire front Is
shielded by glass. The motor lo tho list
tar of its kind to bo seen In this city.
"SPIDER WELCH" MAY
BATTLE IN ZION
Jack Clifford and hiy manager are
now looking for another go In this city.
They arc- now In correspondence with
Jack O'Keefe and expect to meet the
latter in this city about April iHt.
However, should O'Keefe be unable
to fight by that time on account of his
recent illness, Clilford will probably
arrange a match with "Spider Welch,"
who is at pref-x;nt in California. Welch
has already .signified his willingness to
meet either Clifford or O'Keefe, and
may bo signed to meet the Butte fighter
In case O'Keefe fnlly to materialize.
! LIKES THE MUD
SAN FRANCISCO, March S Lord Mel
bourne scored a clever victory in tho six
and a half furlong handicap, which was
tho feature of tho card at Oakland today.
IIo was one of the outsiders, Konllworlh
being favorite, with Nlgretto second
choice. The heavy colng Juat suited Lord
.Melbourne, and Oliphant, who had the
mount, clearly outrode Knupp on l'l
gretle. Tho Jennings filly finished next
me rail In tno worst golnf, and Lord Mel
bourne beat her leas than a length Kcn
llworth led tor a tlmo and flnlsntd third.
Most of tho winners were well nupportcd,
especially Keynolu, who took tho last raco
cleverly. Tho two-year-old raco went to
Bob Ragon. he being a head In front of
BUI Short. Edgocilfr. the opening favor
ite, got away poorly and was third. Po
lonlua and Prince blazes were practically
left at tho post In tho fourth, hut J. T
Sheehan Bent Prlnco Blazes after the
field and he finished ahead of two horses
Box Elder was bid up from j-JOO to $900
and secured nt that price. Results:
Elrst race, six furlongs, selling Box
Elder won, Jack Llttlo second, Hogarth
third. Time, 1:20m.
Second raco. half-mile, selling Bob Ra
gon won. Bill Short second, Edgocliff
third Time, 62 seconds.
Third race, Futurity course, selling
Tho Hawaiian won, Salto second, Foly
Grandpa third Time. 1 15.
Fourth race, one mllo and a sixteenth,
soiling Flllo d'Or won, PoHsart cccond,
Mr. Dlnglo third Time. 13?i.
Fifth raco, six and a half furlongs, han
dicap Lord Melbourne won, Nlgretto sec
ond, Kenllworth third. Time, 1:204.
Sixth raco, mllo and fifty yard.4,' selling
ICeynoto won, Axmlnstor second, By
ronerdalo third. Tlmr, l:50tf.
WELL BACKED HORSES
FAIL TO MAKE GOOD
LOS . ANGELES, Cal., March S. Two
out of hIx favorites won at Ascot today
tho other rucea Going to llboral priced
second and third choices. Belle Kinney
beat PInkerton In the two-year-old raco.
Plnkerton wn well backed by tho heavy
bettors and Kinney was the choice of
tho public. Kinney led all the way and
won by two longtliB. Weather good;
track fast. Results:
First race, fivo furlongs Magic Flute
won, Negrusea second. Forcasla third.
Time, 1 :;.,
Second race, four furlongs, purse Belle
Kinney won. PInkerton second, Sea Air
third. Time, 4S?4 seconds.
Third raco, six and n half furlongs, sell
ing CrlsB Cross won, Wager second;
James J. Corbett third. Time, 1:23U.
Fourth race, one mile and an eighth,
handicap Brugg won, Grfcnoek second.
John McGurk third. Tlino, 1M.
Fifth race. Slimson courae, Helling Jim
Halo won, Nervator second, E. M. Brat
tairi third. Time. 1:11.
Sixth race, one mile, selling Sliver Fizz
won, Ultruda second, J. V. Kirby third.
Now Orleans Results.
NEW ORLEANS. March S.-Summaiy:
First race, mile and scvonty yards, soil
ing: Port Warden won. Yellow Hammer
second. Colin Georgo third. Time. 1:17 3-3.
Second race, six furlongs Carl Kohler
won, Palmist second, Neither Ono third.
Time, 1:13 1-5.
Third race, half mllo Stella Allen won,
Falbala second. Miss Gulvle third. Tinu-.
49 2-5 seconds.
Fourth race, nix and a half furlongs
Lev Doraej won. Vestry second. Morn
ing Star third. Time. 1-20 2-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs New Mown
Hay won. Wreath of Ivy second, Klmobo
third. Time, 1:13.
Sixth race mile and quarter Tancr-d
w-on, Lou Woods second, Circus Girl
third. Time, 2:06 3-6
On Arkansas Tmclc.
HOT SPRINGS, March S.-Es.sex Park
First, race, mile and an olghth Satin
Coat won, Welcome Light second, Cruch
an third. Tlmo, l:65Vs.
Second raco, three and a half furlongs
Bologna won, Charloy's Aunt second,
Wood Claim third. Time, 42 soconds
Third race, mile Honolulu won, Duel
list second, Stand Pat third. Time, 1:403;
Fourth race, six furlongs Sam Hous
ton won. Millii Strauss second, Marco
third. Time, 1:H4
Fifth race, six furlongs Lllllanette won,
Eddlo T. second, Acgln third. Time. 1:15.
Sixth race, six furlongs Dr. "Burns won.
Ducslry Secret second, Barney Dreyfus
third Time, 1.15
GO TO DURYEA
NEW YORK, March S. Herman
Duryca will race tho horses owned b
the estate of the late William C. Whit
ney. A lease to that effect has been
filed at the office of the Jockey club,
Harry Payne Whitney as executor,
signing the lease.
Mr. Duryea is a partner of Harry
Payne Whitney in the ownership of
Irish Lad and Whorler. He Is known
as one of the most prominent yachts
men of America.
A meeting of the stewards of the
Jockey club will be held on Thursday,
and at that meeting the application of
William Shaw, the jockey, for a licence
will be passed upon It is considered
likely that he will receive it, and he will
then be at liberty to sign a contract to
ride for H. B. Duryea or for any other
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I Full Set of Teeth 5.0f
! Gold FlUlngn $1.( and up r
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The State Bank of Utah
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Salt Lako City. H
JOSEPH F. SMITH. Prealdnnt. m
W1LLTAJI D. PRESTON, Tlcc-PreBiaent. , IH
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cushion H
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asat Cashier. 'H
GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS. .
Accountn Solicited. Special attention t ' ''H
country trade Corresnondonca Invited.
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NATIONAL BANK H
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principal cities of tho vrorll, H
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Lettcro of Crtllt. J- prominent H
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DENTER, COLO.. MARCH 7. 19(H. IH
Sealed proposals In triplicate, will be ll
received here until 11 o'clock a. m
April 7, 19W. and then opened, for con
structlncr at Fort JuChesno, Utah, l
double mess room and kitchen for two IH
companies 2 detached lavatories for bar-
racks, and I guard house including plumb-
ing and heating. Information furnished on
application to Q. M Fort DuChesne, or
tho undersigned. U. S. reserves the right
to accept ur reject any or all bids or anv
part thereof. Envelopes contains bids tb
bo marked "Proposals for building at
Fort DuChesne," and addressed Lt.-Col fl
J. W. Pope. C. Q. M.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, 512 Dooly building Salt
Lako City. Utah. March 2 liWSoaled
nroposul.s In triplicate will be received
here until 11 n. m,. standard time, April
C. 1GOI, ami then opened, for the construe
t on, at Ft. Douglas. Utah, of one bach
elor offJcera; nuarters. including plumb
ng, gas piping, heating and electric wlr- Hi
ing. and one wagon shed. Tho bidders HVl
will stato In their bids the time In whfch H
they wUl complete the work. Full infor- K7
rnatlon and blank forms of proposals ?f- ' Hi
nished on application to this oiricc. ti"n HiV
and specltlcatlons may bo seen here- HiSj
United States reserves tho right to accept Hf
?LTrC&Ct :i,ny r ftl1 I'POsalH. or iuiy part IKH
thereof. Envelopes containing nrJL.. M"e3