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BRITT AND SULLIVAN FIGHT AT
SULLIVAN IS IN FINE FORM
Paltlmore Boy Confident of Winning
Title From Native Son, and Will
Have ..Plenty of Backing,
Brltt the Favorite
By Associated Press
( BAN FRANCISCO. July 20.— A hurri
cane battle is looked for when Jimmy
'Brltt faces Kid Bullivan at Woodward's
: pavilion' tonight. Britt will defend the
.lightweight title against the aspirations
of the Baltimore boy, Bulllvan's admirers
-; have £: Increased In , number every day.
v Brltt ;ls: always known to be In the best
iof condition. In fact he generally has a
bit on hl« opponent as fur as downright
■ physics.! condition Is concerned, but to
night Jimmy cannot count on an advan
tage In this respect. - Sullivan Is certainly
, the ■ acme ■of physical perfection. • When
he started training a few weeks »ajro he
, was in Rood trim, and two weeks and a
; half of constant grind has Increased his
wonderful muscular development twofold.
(The" Baltimore boxer will weigh every
' ounce of 133 pounds when he enters the
• ring ' tonight. And It will all be Rood.
1 hard, ' sound, fighting flesh. He weighed
; 13414 pounds when he ceased active gym
iwork Tuesday. Sullivan Is confident that
/he will : be able to bring over the sleep
producing'wallop and is prepared to put
up, the .battle, of his life when he hooks
up with the native son.
I The champion realizes that Sullivan is a
tough nut to crack and Is prepared to go
any kind of a gait to add Sullivan's scalp
to his belt. Britt has everything to lose
In ■ tonight's battle. He Is practically
fighting for the stakes In the proposed
contest with Battling Nelson, for should
the Baltimore boy triumph It will take
the edge off the Nelson bout. > ■ •
"Britt ought to win." ' says Bplder
, Kelly, x who '■ will second Britt tonight.
. "Sullivan is -a tough fellow and will be
-hard to put away. Such nghters always
i have a chance, especially when they have
the punch. I think Brltt has too good a
head for Sullivan and will outgamo htm.
I Tou I know Jimmy Is quite strong In the
knowledge of boxing and that cuts quite
a figure/! • -,-.■,-
Locally, there is quite a bit of Sullivan
-money In sight at 10 lo 8, with Brltt on
: the long end. -Sullivan's supporters count
/on -better odds,' however, and are'hold
' Ing ' out. ' The - advance sale of seats is
particularly, large for this time of year,
. and Morris Levy, the manager of ■ the
■ Hayes Valley club, under which the fight
will be held. Is preparing to comfortably
I handle a big bunch of spectators. Orders
1 from - the - out-of-town element have
poured in fast, indicating that there is a
'.world of Interest throughout the state in
tonight's mill. Jack Welch will be the
' third man in the ring. . -
SYSONBY WINS IROQUOIS
i STAKES WITHOUT EFFORT
Keene's Great Three.Year.O ld Romps
Away From Pasadena and
Migraine ' '
- ; By , Associated Presi. ... , ,
,• I NEW YORK, ' July 20.— James R.
I < Keene's colt Sysonby scored an easy vlc
. tory. In the $7500 . Iroquois stakes for 3
year-olds at one and a quarter miles at
.Brighton today. The victory of the
■";'; Keene ;- horse was almost a walkover.
Results: < •.-■!•«.
:... first race, six furlongs — Sue Smith won,
I Sly Ben second, Edith James third. Time,
','1:13 4-5.' ■ . . ■ • ■ .-.-;;flir-'rv
•- Second race, mile and a sixteenth-
Chimney Sweep won. The Mighty second,
Canteen third. Time, 1:46 1-5.
Third race, five and a half ' furlongs-
Whimsical • won. Last Cherry second.
Early and Often third. Time, 1:06 1-6.
Fourth race, the Iroquois stakes, mile
and a quarter— Sysonby (Martin), 1 to 80,
won; -Migraine- (O'Neill), 6 to 4, second;
Pasadena (L. Smith), 100 to 1. third.
Time, 2:06 3-5. Only three started.
': Fifth race, ■ mile and a sixteenth— Alan
a' - Dale won. Devout second, Sinister
third. Time, 1:45. .
Sixth race, six furlongs— All Right won.
King Cole, second; Banker, third. Time,
SUMMARY OF YESTERDAY 3
CARD AT DELMAR PARK
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, July 20.— Delmar results—
■ First race, ■ five furlongs— T. B. Zero
won, "Angelry second; Pea Fowl third.
Time, . 1 :04. .
Second race, seven furlongs — Au Revolr
won. Fortune Teller second, The Wizard
third.- Time, 1:20 1.6.
Third race, one mile and seventy yards
— Anadarko won. Wedgewood second,
Bavarian third. Time, 2:48 2-5. ' >,- •
Fourth I race, six furlongs — Excitement
won, ' Topsy Robinson second, Sonny
third. Time, 1:18 2-5. •
Fifth race, mile and an eighth— Miss
Clark won, Little Rock Girl second. Ken
yon third. Time, 2:20.
I Sixth race, six furlongs— Tom Kiley
won, Uolinda second; Jake Okard third.
Time, 1:8 2-5.
YESTERDAY'B REBULTB AT
V THE. LATONIA PARK TRACK
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, July 20.-Latonla results:
I First race, • six furlongs— Chicory Maid
won. Belle Lynn second, Florl third. Time,
- Becond race, five furlongs— Gillette won,
Wagner second, Vie Klnney third. Time,
Third, race, one mile— Ha vl land first,
San ' Remo second, Gllfaln third. Time,
Fourth race, , six,, furlongs— Red Leaf
won,; Good Cheer second, Lapucelle third.
Time, 1:13 4-6.
■ Fifth race. Five furlongs— Agnola won,
Horace second, Yaze third. Time, 1:01 1-5.
: Sixth race, ■ six furlongs— Parlslenne
won, -The Roustabout second. El Donoro.
third. Time, 1:12 2-6.
RESULTS OF HARNESS RACES .
'AT THE RIVERSIDE MATINEE
Special to The Herald.
RIVERSIDE, July 20.— Spirited racing
ruled at the driving park this 'afternoon.
It was the last matinee meet of the sea
son :of th^ Riverside Driving club, and
lovers of harness racing were treated to
a very good quality of sport. The win
ners and seconds follow: • .
First < race, three-minute road race-
Prince, first; Miss Bel ton, second. Time,
8:35. 2:35 X-3.
• Second race, 2:30 pace— Dewey, first;
Fern wood, second. Time, 2:32, 2:32, 2:33,
Third race, 2:34 mixed— Oney, first;
Steel Dust, second. Time, 2:33, 2:83.
■ Fourth . race, 2:33 trd— Lauretta, first;
Pete, second. Time, 2:32, 2:33.
I Fifth race, 2:35 pace-Hal, first; Colonel,
»econd. Time,- 2:33, 2:33.
BANDY CAPTURE 3 SWIMMING -
BHaBKatSi HONORS AT PORTLAND
By Associated I'iuhh. /
PORTLAND. July 20.— The Uwli and
Clark swimming and < diving rhamplon
>hlp concluded today. Again today It. .1.
liaudy, the Chicago ■wimmer, proved too
much fur his opponent*, winning the
mile in -X uilihiuh. 21 seconds. ,
A traveler who paused through a email
Knglluh ' town .noticed a . post <on ■ which
was marked the height to which the river
had riseu during a recent flood
« "Do you mean to nay." he asked a na
tive, "that the river roae u» high a* that
Jn 19— ?" ■ ... . ' •
.. "Olv no," • replied the native; "but' the
village children u»<?d to rub- oft -the
original mark, to , the : mayor ordered it
to be put higher' up »o a* to.be out of
their r«*ch."— Harper'* Weekly.
BRITT DECIDED FAVORITE IN BETTING ON TONIGHT'S FIGHT
JURY DISAGREES IN v :
ivr: .;! LAND FRAUD TRIAL
TWO ONLY ARE IN FAVOR OF
Case Against ' Congressman William
son, Van Gesner and Commissioner
Bigg's. ln' Jury Being Able to Con- :
cur — New Trial at Once Started - '
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND, July 20.— After being
closeted together for forty-six hours
and taking forty-two ballots, *in .which
the vote was ten / for ' conviction and
two for acquittal; the Jury in the case
of Congressman Williamson,' Dr. Van
Gesner and United States Commission
er Biggs reported to, Judge De Haven
In the United States district court this
afternoon that : It., could- not agree, j and
it was discharged.' Judge • De, Haven
asked each Jurori individually if there
was any hope 'for an agreement, to
which . each responded that ? there was j
not. The court .then ordered) the clerk I
to enter an order of dismissal.
District Attorney Heney stated that
he would like to try the Williamson
case over again, whereupon Judge De
Haven set the case for tomorrow. . .
. Judge Bennett for , the . defense was
much averse to going to trial at once,
and pleaded for. time in .which to "get
ourselves together," -but Judge De.Ha
ven said the case would be set for to
morrow. The ' work of Impaneling a
Jury will then begin, and by the time
this is done the witnesses will be on
hand. - - ■ -;:".:-../
On entering the court room Judge
De Haven asked"" the Jury ' if " it
had arrived at a verdict. .Fore
man Hilke sald.lt had. not and- that
there appeared to.be no prospect that
one would be .reached. . Judge De Ha
ven asked \i the jury understood " that
they could find one defendant innocent
and the Jurors said they did.- W. \ O.
Cook then addressed the court,, saying
that the Jury had balloted several times,
with the same result, 'that each man
had taken a part in- the discussion, and
that Is was evident no verdict could be
reached, j Judge jDe Haven then dis
missed the Jury from i further . attend
ance upon the court. '
The two Jurors who stood but' against
the majority were for acquittal or com
promise. It has been ascertained that
W. O. Cook, who was 'supposed for. a
long time to have stood out alone for
acquittal, was, favorable to the 'gov
ernment. ■ - - '" $
REPORTED AS BETTER
Dy Associated Pres*
SACRAMENTO, July 20.-Justice Mc-
Laughlln of the court of appeals/who
has been a sufferer from abscess in the
ear, was slightly better yesterday and
was able to take a walk with an escort.'
It Is still a matter of doubt If a surgi
cal operation will have to be performed
on his ear. If he is unable to go on the
bench next Monday the supreme court
will name some other appellate court
Judge, probably from San Francisco,
to sit in his place.
The constitution requires three Judges
to make up the court except in the case
of chamber proceedings.
Judge Julius dOunther of 'Denver
arrived at the Lankerthim in' company
with'' his wife and will remain In Los
Angeles for a' few weeks.
Fred O. Plumber of the United States
geographical survey Is at the Van Nuys
Broadway for several days.
R.L. Polk of Detroit arrived at the
Angelus yesterday and contemplates re
maining In the city for, some time. ■
Dr. and Mrs. F.'D. k ßayne of Canton;
Ohio, ■ arrived j yesterday ,at the .Van
Nuys Broadway and will remain In thn
city for a week. ■ ; ■ ' • ■
. Dr. A. V. Btubenr«ck of th«,Univer
sity'of California arrived at the Van
Nuys Broadway, veaterday. .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY «, T905.
I San. Pedro Shipping
.Steamer' Coos Bay, ; San' Francisco.
Steamer J. ■ S. Hlgglns, Fort Bragg.
Steamer laqua, Portland. . •
- ■ . • 5A1LED.., ....
. Barkeniiie Newsboy. 'Gray's: Harbor.
. Schooner Gamble. Gamble. .
Steamer San ■' Gabriel, Umpqua. '
Steamer . Coos Bay, , San Francisco.
• Schooner Lucy, Umpqua. • . ■
Schooner H. D. . Bendixsen, Blakely.
1 • - "IN*.; PORT.' •
Steamer South. Bay, Gray's Harbor.
Steamer South Coast,: Caspar. .
Steamer Navarro, Westport. '
Schooner Advent, Port Gamble.
Schooner Fred J. Wood, Gray's Harbor
•Schooner Erie, Portland. - **•«*« ■ - -"■
Schooner Americana, Portland. '
Schooner Muriel, Portland.
Schooner, Ludlow, Hadlock. . .
Schooner Caroline, ' Umpqua. ' • ' ' '
Schooner Beulah, Astoria. ' ' "
Barkentine John C. Meyer, Everett.
Barkentlne G. C. Perkins, Portland. ■
Barkentine. John Smith, Portland.
VESSELS ! ON . THE , WAY . •
Steamer . Chequamegon, Wisconsin.
. Schooner- Espada, . Kverett.
, Schooner Willis A. Holden, Mukllteo.
■ Schooner Alert,. Bellingham. • .
. Barkentine Harvester, Tacoma. '■■ '•
1 - ' ', ' LOADING • .' "■
! Steamer Mandalay, 'Crescent City
Steamer Coronado, Gray's Harbor
Schooner Manila,. Everett. .. • : J
Schooner Spokane, Gamble.
Schooner Ensign, ' Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Prosper, ■ Ballard. ■••'■'
Schooner Excelsior, Wlllapa.' " ' V '
■Schooner Kona, > Gray's Harbor.-. ■ •■
Schooner Irene, Portland.
Schooner Watson A. West, Gray's Har
bor. ■■■"'■ > .'-: \ ■■■■■ . ■ .
Schooner Marconi.' Ballard. • ■ ■-' ,'•
, Schooner Alpha, Willapa. • -.
Schooner Endeavor, • Olympla. ' ■
Schooner Nokomis, , Grays- Harbor. .
. Schooner Eldorado, Everett.
Schooner Okanogan,- Gamble. ' ' ; . '
Schooner Balboa. Everett. .' :'
Schooner Balribridge, Blakely. '
Schooner Ruby, . Coqullle • River. '
Schooner Meteor, Hadlock. • .
Schooner Columbia, Ballard.
Schooner R. E. . Godfrey/ Ballard. '
Schooner Stimson. Ballard. '
Schooner O. J. Olson.-Ballard. •
Schooner Mahukona, Portland. ■ "
Schooner Salem. • Ballard. » ; : ■ - '
Schooner Banecr, Gray's . Harbor.
Schooner J. A. Campbell, .. Columbia. ■
Schooner Wawona. \Vlllapa. ■ .
Schooner R. ■C. Blade. Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Honoipu, Portland.
Schooner King Cyruß, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Sociuel, Hadlock
Schooner J. H. Bruce,' Tacoma.
Schooner Minnie ... A. : Came, Tacoma.
Schooner ' W. F. Wltzeman, Aberdeen.
Schooner- David; Kvans.- Everett. I '
Schooner E. K. .Wood, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Commerce, Everett.
Schooner Ariel, Gra,y's . Harbor. ■
Schooner James ' Rolph, Everett.'
Schooner Volunteer, • Gray's Harbor. <
Barkentine Amaranth, Tacoma.- '
Schooner Novelty, San Francisco.
Barkentine Portland, Portland.
Barkentine John -Palmer, Everett. •
,;V FOREIGN ; VESSELS.
a British : bark Pass of '■KHlle'cra'nckle,
Ship Glenericht. Hamburg. '
British bark Kilmeny, Hamburg. . :
Barkentine J. M. Griffith, Hadlock. ;
: None. . , .
SAILED , r .
Steamer Santa' Monica, Captain Olsen
for Gray's Harbor.
■ TO ARRIVE
July 21— Steamer State of California,
Captain Thomas, from San Francisco.
July 23— Steamer State of California
Captain Thomas, from San Diego.
TO SAIL , ; ■■■■■ *
■ July 21— Steamer State of California.
Captain Thomas, for San Diego.
July 23 — Steamer State of California
Captain Thomas, for San Francisco.
VESSELS IN PORT ,
Schooner Blakeley, Captain Bauman.
from Port Blakeley. . •
Schooner Schome, . Captain Matlaon,
from Olympla. . . . ,
Schooner Samar,' Captain Asmussen,
from Belllngham. :■■■-' .
Schooner Philippine, Captain Freder
icksen, from Gray's. Harbor.- '
Tug Redondo. Captain Crockett, in
port. • -
VEBSELB ON.THB WAT
> Schooner G. C. Perkins, from Tacoma.
Schooner .W. J. Patterson, from dray's
Harbor. .- ' . - ,
Schooner Holano. from Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Mary Winkelman. from Ta
coma. . ■ .'->■• i ' - •
Schooner Commerce,, from Olympla.
Schooner Azalea,. from Eureka.
Schoener A. V; Coats, at Tacoma.
Schooner Alvena, at Portland.
Schooner Boreal is. at Portland.
' Schooner W. F. WiUman, at Gray's
San Francisco Shipping
By Associated Press.
BAN FRANCISCO. 'July 20 Sailed—
Btate of California,. for San Dlcgo. < ■
Arrived— Steamer Samoa from Ban
Pedro; steamer Santa Barbara from San
Pedro; steamer.. Helen .< P. Drew, from
San Pedro; ■ steamer- Santa Rota, from
Ban i Diego; steamer Coqullle River,
from Ban Pedro.', ,««MWMUMn
After an operatic cai ear of forty years
Mile. Bauerm«l»i«r. the well-known (Ing
er, ha*, retired from ■• Covent „■ Oarden.
London, and in • her honor Mine. Melba is
arranging ■■ a > teaiimonlal ; matln«» to be
held on July 12.
/ THE SALE OF LOTS \
Held Yesterday Was Another Grand Success
Of High Class Property Sold
,' r '>:" l :;iln;; a Few Hours to Los cAngeles' Best- People
This Beautiful and Unique Conception of a Venetian Gity com-
bined with a Sea City will far surpass any" other proposition of a
similar nature yet described. Maps and price lists at our office.
Robert Marsh M Go. Strong & Dickinson
303 H. W. Hellman Eldg'. 135 South Broadway
k^ ! Both Phones 2363 Both Phones 1273 ■*■■ ■■:-:^F>:
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.^^ ; • REX GOSSIN, Agent at Alamitos . _
' BUILDING PERMITS
" Superintendent Backus yesterday Issued
building permits as follows:- ■,
-Alameda street, 741 North— Jesus. Ybora,
owner; Francisco ■ Arballo, builder; re
pairs to one-story frame building; $50. -
Arapahoe street, 1640— Charles Baker, at
lot, owner and builder; addition to-one
story frame residence; $50. i- . '
Adams street. 1471 West — Newman Es
slck, 1636 West Twenty-fifth Btreet, owner;
R. R. Black, builder; repairs to two-story
frame residence; $$00.
-' Beacon street, rear 811 — Mary Janss, at
lot, owner; Alexander ■ Grant, . builder;
one-story frame building; $800.
•Broadway. 443 South— R. A.- Rowan "&
Co.. 200 Hellman' building, owner; D. W.
Aaron, builder; addition to three-story
brick building; J912. ■ ■: : ■ /• ; ■-. - .
. Eleventh . street, 411 East— J. Lachapel,
at lot, owner and .builder; alter , frame
residence; $25. ■■■■ . • . , - .
Echo street, 5940— Mrs. C. Call. 6133 Pied
mont avenue, owner; G..E. Bailey, build
er; one and one-half story, seven-room
frame residence; $1700.
- -Fortieth street. 200-201 East-J. J. Kolbe,
637 West Thirty-flfth street, owner and
builder two-story frame store and apart
ment building; $3500.
I Fifty-nrst street,; 926 East— Los Angeles
Investment & Trust company, , 337 South
Hill street, owner and builder: one-story,
four- room frame residence; $900. . .
-. Francisco street, 819->J. E. Whlssen. 825
Francisco street, owner;- J. A. Watt,
builder; one-story frame residence; $2500.
i Harvard boulevard. 1671 — M. A. Gold
man, 816 West Seventh - street, owner;
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R. Nielsen, builder; two-story, seven
room frame residence; $2500. " ' ; " '
- Long Beach avenue, 2627— L. E. Par
ham, at lot, owner and builder; one
story, four-room frame residence;- SSOO.
Maple avenue, 2516 — J. H. Foley, own
er; Pefley and Miller, builders;' one
story, six-room frame residence;- S2OOO.
. Marmion way, 6433 — Miss V. ; Olm
stead, 1307 Magnolia avenue, 1 owner; C.
Stewart, 5 builder; one-story, six-room
frame, residence; $2000. .-■
Olympian avenue, 1912— S.'C. Hall; 812
Hellman /building; F. W. A. Stock,
builder; one-story, four-room residence;
$250. ' ' - ■ ""■•
Olympian avenue,'l922 — S. C. Hall, 812
Hellman building, owner; F. W. A.
Stock, -builder; - - one-story; • four-room
frame residence; $250. ■ . , ,
Orme avenue, 1052 — W. B. Thompson,
459 South' Soto street,' owner and build
er; one-story frame residence; $200. . ..
San Pedro street. 501-507 ' South —
Mary E. Gardner, Lankershlm -..hotel,
owner: E. Harrington, builder; . one
story brick building; $800. • • ;
Second street, 2229 East — H. H. Sales
bury, at lot, owner and builder; one
story frame barn; $40. ■ ■••■■*.-•.'
Twenty-first street, 2368. West — J. E.
Finley, 762 East Twelfth street, owner;
J. B. Bonchey; builder; two-story. eight-,
room frame residence; $2000.- . ' - -
Thirty-third street, 363 East — N. K.
Lusk, nt lot, owner and builder; one
story frame building; $">O. .
Thirty-fifth street, 1247 East— H. K.
Avery, owner and - builder; .one-story
frame residence; $1000. .
Vernon. avenue, 1378 East — William
Myers, 1586 East Vernon avenue, own
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er. and builder;- ■ one-story, five-room
frame .residence; $200. ■•'
,;. Vernon avenue, southwest corner Mo
neta ovenue — E. • Goiter, 1129 Stanford
avenue, owner; James' Smith, builder;
one and one-half story frame building;
$1700. - - ,
If— THE MARK OF GOOD CLOTHES.
I ■ KNOW Cg FOR" BEST VALUES
Boys' Suit Sale
Begins this morning. A :*
big assortment of ; suits
that were $5.00, $6.50 and
$7.50 now on special sale at
Different styles for boys of ■
all ages from 4 to 15 years.
Early comers ; get , best , pat-
LEADINU I'l.Ol HliaiS
• Il'I 1 ' ' TWO STORKS' ' '.':
117 to 125 N. Spring St.
* 337 to ' 341 : S. Spring St.
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