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THE DAILY PRESS Is the only newspaper In Newport News that receives the full Asso? ciated Press report. SUUUUl&SLajLSiSLSUlJLSLi VOL. XII. NO. 158 p?i'?Miir BIG FLEET TO PACIFIC Splendid Armada, Under Bear Ad m'ral Evans, Goes Through Slrails ol ?agel'an. Route Through Suez Canal Wculd Not Be Feasible, Especially Be? cause Such a Movement Might be Considered a Menace by Japanese. Verweis Making Up the Fleet. Plans for the sending of n grcal fleet n fwarshlps to tho Pacific scent licet of warships tu the Pad lie scorn department in advance. As announc? ed in there columns yesterday, the fuel that the ships are to he seilt hau been officially confirmed, und how the department is giving out some of tin- details. The most powerful fleet of sen fighters ever gathered off the West? ern coast of the United States, will go through the straits of Magellan undi i Rear Admiral Itobley I). Hvans. Following is an Associated Press front Washington, ri ce veil last night In which Interesting details are giv? en: Details Subject to Change. The details are necessarily subject to constant change, resulting from the withdrawal of battleships from iacUve commis&'oh on account of hav? ing been declared antiquated or in need of repairs, and the substitution of other ships just going into coin mission and rushed from the builder's hand. The opin'on of naval officers is that I'll one route is feasible for the big ships and that is by way of tho straits of Magellan; The route "from New York across the Atlantic and through the Mediterranean and the Suez canal Is open to the objection thnt it would bring the big ships al? most into Japanese waters and the moevmehl might consequently be re? garded as menace, which Secretary Melctllf has stated has never been contemplated. The Suey, route, too, 's longer, by a thousand miles than the Magellan rout" which is about 13,001) miles in length; Make Trip In Sixty Days. The opinion is that under ordinary crulslri gscas, which for the big but tleships im ans about in to 12 knots no hour, and allowing a reasonable t ine for coaling, enroulo, the Atlan? tic fleet can make the passage from New York to San Francisco is less than 60 days. It Is conceded that Rear Admiral Hobb y BvailS will command the fleet. In this great movement, lie already lias had an extended period of sea service in command rank?longer per? haps than any other admiral in re? cent years?but It is known l?y his friends that ho would like to w'nd up his active career by safely con? ducting around the Amcrcnn conti? nent the greatest fleet of warships ever gotten together in these waters mid there is no disposition on the part of the officials of the department. Who have implicit conf deuce in his ability, to deny the officer this re? quest. Sailing Route. It is believed now that the sail ng route of the ships will be about as follows: Leaving New York or Hampton Roads, just which point to be decided in the early fall, tho bat? tleships would probably steam straight to Gulebra, where coal would be taken on. The in xt stop would be Rio de Janerio and from that point tin vessels would not halt until they reached .some point In the BtraUs of Magellan . Here again the coal sup? ply would be replenished for the run to Calao, Peru. Tho next stage would be from Calao to Panama, and from that point the ships would proceed without stop to San Francisco. Admiral IOvans. it la said, will atari out with sixteen L'.tttloshlps besides tin- col Hera, wh'Cli will move more or less Independently and indeed will probably precede him considerably. Tho armored cruisers Washington and Tennessee, which are now in French water... are under orders to return to the United Slates and lifter refitting, to proceed to tho Pacific coast to form part of an armored cruiser squadron to bo assembled there. It Is possible that they w II he detaiaed and accompany the bat? tleships on tho cruise. Nbcraska to Join. ? When Admiral Evans urrlves off the Pacific coast bis fleet will be in? creased by the addition of the bat? tleship Nebraska, soon to be commis? sioned and B'mply awaiting the round? ing out of her skeleton crew. Tho battleships Wisconsin and Oregon, now at Bremerton navy yard. Paget Pound will probably have completed their extonnlve repairs by next March eo that they too may be added to tho fleet which will then comprise nine? teen battleships-, besides the armored" NE mid protected cruisers of the Pacific ricet. Composition of Fleet. The composition of tlie fleei today I Is ;is follows: Battleships: ('ounce ' (lent, Captain Hugo Osterhnus, ton nngo 10,000', guns 24; IS knots; Mniuo, Captain Nathan B. Nlles, ton nngo 12.500. guns 20, is knots; Louis? iana. Captain Richard Wulnwrlght, tonnage 10,000, guns 2-1; IS knots; Missouri, Captain Grecnltpf A. Mor nam, tonnage 12,500, guns l'o. is knots; Virginia. Captain Soaton' Schnieder, tonnage 11,948, guns 21. l!) knots; Georgia, Captain Henry McGrco, tonnage 14,948, guns 24, l? i knots; .Now Jersey, Captain William \v. Kimball, tonnngc 14,948, guns 24, 19 knots; Rhode Island, (captain to in- assigned), ton nngo 14,948, gnus 21, VI knots; Alabama, Captain Samuel 1*. Coinly, tonnage 11.525; guns is, 17 knots: Illinois. Cuptu'll Gottfried Blockinger, tonnngo ii.r?2r>. guns is, 17 knots; Kcnrsurge, Captain Herbert Winslet w, tonnngo 11,525, guns 22, 111 knots; Kentucky, Captain 13dward H Barry, tonnage 11,525, guns in knots; Ohio, Captain Lewis C. Illlner, tonnage 12,500, guns 20, is knots; Minnesota, Captain Jqhn Hubburd, tonnage 17,050, guns 24, IS knots: Vermont, Cnptaln William r. Potter, tonnage I7.<;r?n. guns 24, is knots; Kansas, Captain Chnrlos B. Vrcelund, tonnngo 17.?>r?o, gnus 24i is knots. Protected cruisers; Charleston, Commander Robert M. Doyle, tonnngo 4.500, gnus IS, IS knots;' .Milwaukee. Commander Charles A. dove, tonnage 9.700. guns 14, 22 knots; St. Lou s. Commander Nathaniel u. usher, ion nage 9.700, guns i4, 22 knots. Gunbpnl Yorktown, Coinmnnder RlChnrd 'I'. Mulligan, tonnage 1,710. guns 0, in knots. Armored Cruiser Squadron. The armored crittsor Bqundron of the Pacific Heel w II lie COlUPOSCd of t'te Washington, Captain Theodore Porter, and Tennessee, Captain Al? bert (i. B?rry, (sister ships), 14,500 tons, guns 24. speed 22 knots, and the California ami South Dakota, 13,880 tons oncb, 22 knots, is guns. Rear Admiral Charles It. Stockton will command this armored cru'ser gqiindron, 4ho Tennessee being his flagship. BEGINNING OF THE END OF HAYWOOD'S TRIAL Only Thrco or Four More Witnesses For Defense?Moyer Takes Stand Monday. (By Associated Press.) BOISE, IDAHO. .Inly 5.?The bo ginning of the end of the trial of I William 1). I lay wood, on a charge of I murdering Prank Steunonberg, was reached today. Counsel for the de? fense announced that with the excep? tion of three oi' four witnesses, their case in direct is before the jury. Charles II. .Moyer, accused president Of the Western Federal Ion of Miners, will be called as a witness on Mon? day, to which time the court today adjourned. .Mover will be followed by I lay wood, the defendant. Judge Eroeinonl Wood has advised counsel that he ill consider their re-J quests and confer with counsel us to what Iiis Instructions shall lie In or? der that the arguments on. both sides may be limited to what will be allowed to consider as evidence, Is is now expected that the rebut*j tnl evidence in behalf or the state will begin on Wednesday, much depend? ing on tho extent of the cross exami? nation of Moyer and HuyVoOd. Jurymen Uneasy. Some uneasiness on the part of the jurymen, as a result of their long confinement, developed totlny, when Juror S. P. R?ssel asked the judge if the jury would be allowed to exer? cise during the two days adjourn? ment. He complained that . some members of the jury were disinclined to take walks and that for this rea? son the other jurors were unable to tube exercise to which they were ac? customed ami without which there was danger of sickness. (). V. Schorn addressed the judge in support of this statement. Judge Wood and counsel for both sides agreed to arrange anything within the law for the Improvement of conditions. A. I*. lturns com? plained that the baililTs in charge of the jury were to strict anil that a juryman who exceeded sonic trivial rule was summarily called to order, bailiffs and Bald laughingly: "Well, f don't know about being too strict. I know i nover bail a better time in my life." Tho announcement was received wjth roars of merriment and Judge Wood, who seldom joins in any demonstration, leaned back in his chair and laughed heartily. Tlie flvo witnesses <n the stand today wore called to testify concern? ing conditions existing in Colors-o during the disturbances at Cripple Creel:, to show thai there was no reason to call out the militia. HANGED HERSELF TO BED-POST. Mrs. Everett Driven to Suicide by Nolsv Celebration. I NEW YORK. July B.?Distressed hv the no'ses of the Fourth of July coin -bratIon, Mrs. Johanna A. Everett, a willow, hanged hersoir from a bid | post in her home in Jrrsev C'ty last night. The body was found early to I day. I Mrs. Everett suffered from 111 I health, and yesterday she oonipl.lined ! (bat she could not stand (ho noise , of exploding fireworks. NEW YORK APARTMENT llsslny Cash'er Had Been Rest? ing Under Noses of (lie Detectives. WOMAN BITBAYE4 HIM TO POLICE Because He Was Slow In Giving Up Stolen Cash, the Fugitive Lost His Liberty?Over Fifty Thousand Dol? lars of Furida Recovered by Officers. (By Associated Prosa.) NEW kORK, July 6? Cheater m Itunyan. the defaulting teller of th$ Windsor Trust Company, was arrest? ed in New York today and $51.110 of the money stolen from the bank was recovered. Runyan was found in the apartment <>r .Mrs. Laurtt M. Curler, of G19 West Olio Hundred and Forty-fourth tit reel, wht re be bad been since he walked out of the bank in bis suit ease. Mrs. Carter reported at I be 1J.", street police station this afternoon Hint Runyan was in her flat. Five detectives lit once accompanied Mrs. Carter to the house, She furnished them with a key to the apartment and two of the detectives entered the. room while the others roiualned out? side. When asked where the money was Runyan said that pari of it was in the suit case ami the rest was In a drawer of Hie chlffpnnlor. Mrs. Carter and her negro maid, Mary Duncan were also placed under arrest. At the station Runyan said that he had been in Hie flat since Salurdav. Ho said that ho had sliaved' off hlv mustache nhd was letttltig'his benrjjlf grow as a disguise. When questioned about the where? abouts of the balance of the money missing from the |>inh ? the sum lost was said to be more than $'.M;,nni>? he ?slated that he had been speculat? ing and had lost heavily and intimat? ed that Mrs. Carter might know something about anv money that was missing. Mrs. Carler indignantly de? nied thai she had any of the money an dangrilv told Itunyan that she bad betrayed him Id the police because lie bad lied to her and had not glv n her money as lie had promised. Mrs. 'arter said that he gave her $5,000 on Monday. but (hat she withdrew it from Hie bank' this morning and re? turned it to lllm. It also developed that Runyan gave Mrs. Carter a heavy gold bracelet ami a t! amend ring valued at ?1,000. Asked about the motive for the robbery Riiuynn said: "I needed the money. It was there ami I took it. Some of it I lost In Wall street and some I gave to this woman. The fun? ny part of it has heim to sit there in that flat ami read the papers and think of what yon fellows were do lug and what you would do had you Known that I was there." Exposition Salary List. A report submitted showed the salary list of the company to have lAien $30,000, instead of $130,000 as erroneously reported, and that a fortv per cent reduction had been made already making lite present salary list total $20.000. This list will he further sealed by orders given to a special committee. Chief Reynolds Rcturnr.. Citief of Police -I. W. Reynolds has returned home from (lordonsville, where he went to accompany the body of his brother. M. C. V. Rey? nolds, who died here Wednesday. SATURDAY, JULY 0 AMERICAN BOY DAY ft NOTABLE OCCASION Distinguished Grown ups and Pre? cocious Toulhs Participate In ? Exercises at Exposition. MEETING M INDEPENDENCE HULL Descendantc of Signers of Declara? tion of Independence Gather for Reunion in Pcnnrylvanla Building. Pomuchclskopp Society ? Tobacco Association In Scrsion. (From u Stnif Correspondent.) 3AMI03TOWN EXPOSITION, July 5.?American Hoy Day waa celebrated at Iho Exposition today, the formal ceremonies being hehl In tho Audi? torium, William ('. Sprngue, editor of, tho "American Boy," prosldlngy^AfV' or an Invocation by A. M. ('lenience, general secretary of tho Norfolk Y. M. ('. A., a selection by the Souiii Carolina band. President Harry Bt. door go Tucker made an address of welcome, which was Iho feature Speech of the day, ab hough the en tin1 program was most complimen? tary to the talent and genius of the American buy. President Tucker said: "Wo have had many big days during (ho period Of the Imposition, but today Is a red letter day In the history of tho Ter? centennial. Whenever I see a real good healthy boy, 1 f.-cl jealous tit him ami the future he has before him." President Tucker, went on to speak of iho wonderful opportunities for American boy. and the great de? mand for them. "l?vory boy should baye a sweetheart, and an Ideal," said Mi. Tucker, "Vor without a BWOOt .ai,\al. he can not bo a true boy, and ?iff boy without an Ttfoal Is a boy wlthoul a. future." Cihoy Stein, of Richmond, rend? ered a vi'din boIo In a style worthy o( n professional and the remainder of the program was as follows: Ora? tion. "Virginia In History," by Joseph N. Mllb-r, Jr.. Cntndeu, Alabama: prize poem, "Hoys of America," by Samuel V. Swarr, Luudlsvlllo, Pni; oration, Umphrcy Leo, SlkoBton, Mo ; declamation, Morrison Chalmers Wood, Chicago, 111.; salute to the Plag, Imposition band playing "Tho Star spangled Banned;" prize essay, ??The Settlement of Jamestown," by 15. W. Tucker. New York; vocal solo, "Torendor's Lovo Song," by T. Mac Dswlng, Illinois. Descendants of Signers. Today in si room at Hie Pennsylvania State building, corresponding to tho one in Independence Hall, u' Phila? delphia, of which tho Pennsylvania building Is a reproduction, where the Declaration of Independence wns signed, the descendants of those sign? ers met ami organized what will with? out doubt become one of the most Important anil successful patriotic or? ganizations in the country. William Shields McKccn, secretary of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, who has led the move? ment sine,. Us inception, was duly ducted temporary chairman; Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Norfolk, was oloctcd temporary secretary, und October 19, 1!>07, was sot us the date for the next mooting, when a commit? tee of thirteen, to be later appointed by the chairman, will submit u con? stitution and set of by-laws, and a permanent orgnnlnztion will then lie effected. The place of meeting was also left to the discretion of tin; chairman. Several of the descendants present expressed their views on Hie bene? fits of the organisation; among them being Judge Mathowson, of Connecti? cut, L. S. Barllet, of New Hampshire, Exposition Program for Today Conventions Meeting. Interstate Nonnnl und Sociological Congress, Armory, 8 to C. N at. in,?Call's open. 10 n. in.?And hourly thereafter, Exhibition of weather bureau earthquake recorder, Government Building A. 10:30 a. in.?Cuardmount, Twenty third Infantry. l i>. in.?Preparation of largo weather map from reports from all sections' of the country, Government Building A. 1 p. in.?Biographic and stereo pi icon exhibition. Scenes on In? dian Ileservatloii with lecture, Interior Dept., ^Government Build lllK A. 2 p. m.?Lecture by Mr. Is nel I.ndlnw and papt. Lovelace on Aerial Navigation in Aoroiiautl; Building. 2 p. in.?Biographic exhibition and lecture, Scenes in Yosomlte Valley, Government Buidling A. i 2:30 lo 4:30 p. m.?Innes Hand concert, Auditorium. 2:30 p. in.?United States Life Saving Service "Drill at Station, i 3 p. ni.?Biographic exhibit on and lectufo, Scenes on Indian Reservation, Covernment Building A. 1 p. m.?Biographic exhibit.on and lecture, Yellowstono National Pnrk wth lecture by JO. O. Culver, Covernment Kuilding A. ?1:30 to 5:30 p. m.?Orgati Recital, Mr. Win. Wall Widditt, Olli cinl Organist. 5 p. tu.?f.ecturo by Mr. Israel Ludlow and Capt. l^ovelac.e on Aerial Navigation In Aeronautic Building. 8 p. io.? Innos Baud concert. Auditorium. i, 1907. it. Block ton, of New Jersey, nut] II. Itttudoiph, of Gergin. Mr. McKcnn, secretary of tliu As? sociation; bus secured tin- nuthotitl cuto?| million or nearly live hundred dpsccntlnnts, ami ho is < r lite opinion that the list win reneli one tlioituuiitl, Opening of Exhibit. TIlO tuberculosis exhibit or (ho National Association for (lie study ami Prevention or Tuberculosis ami the Autl-Tuborculoula Loiigtiu will1 bo opeiieil tomorrow looming at the ISxpoultln undor Hie nuapicos or the latter organisation. This exhibit Is Installed |? the so? cial ecoiimy building, and Is one of the most interesting and liuportnui displays on the mounds. Notwith? standing Its giiiuHOinu nomenclature, there is nothing stekonlng or unpleas? ant about (lie exhibit. The formal address of (ho lllorillng will be delivered by Dr. Livingstone Karraud, of Now York cilty. Through out the entire time of the Exposition storeopticon views will be bIiOWII and brief lootures give,, for ibo behelH or Ihn visitors and piib|lc conferences will Ii,- lichl to which Hie general public is invited. Pomuctieltkopp Society. The PoinUchclRkojip Society of New Vork cllv aas beep represented 'ut Hie Tercentennial this wn-k by biie hundred and fifty members. This 111 one or the largest GoriUltll societies irr New York. I* is officially announced (hat the liberty I loll will arrive liero July 15. It will bo luoii).In south exposed on a Hal car mi that the people along the rollte selected may have nil op? portunity to lei- II. The West Virginia regimen) which has been herd ab ul a week will loavo for home tomorrow, via Wash" Inglon, D. C. The Ciiurlouton and Huntington companies will r.n biime direct over the ('. and O. The soldiers liavu greatly enjoyed their camp life at Hie Toi centennial, and have made many friends here. The daily drills and exhibitions which are being given at the United! Stales life unvlng station at the Kx po-lli ii are attractlllg great Interest, and every day Hie grand stand which overlooks I Ion sell creek, an arm of Hampton Itads, where the exhibitions are given, is thronged with interested spectators, watching the siirfiuoh run their ilfo boats Into the sea. hasten out to a wrecked schooner lying on a bar, ami by means of lite buoys rescue tho sailors Irom the rigging. In tblise exhibitions, UlO various stxUaf .or 'buoys, lifo ' cminon', liii bnnls, and vl'ucl,- t brojocltlOri Aio rtilCWU.' These drills are under the direction of Captain it. .1. Cleary, and the life saving crew Is highly dis? ciplined ami proficient Even lo those wholly Ignorant of the ways of the sea, a Visit to the station Is of the greatest Interest. Kentucky Day. July 10 will be Kentucky Day at tho Exposition, und it prom I sou to bi? ne ol Hp. most successful of Stale days. One of tho attractions of Hid occusln will be an Immense barbecue, Which will be given at the Kentucky building. The number of visitors at the New Jersey building today was very large, and Miss Little <>r Plalnllold, New Jersey, hostess or the building, and her corps or assistants were kept Very busy ontorlulnlnrs tiielr guests. Many of the visitors were from Now Jersey and they scented much pleased. July 21 has been chosen as Mo Keosport pay at the Exposition, und the people of the Pennsylvania city Intend to make it a great Bttcci ?s. An attractive program will bo ar? ranged for the occasion, which will include addresses by Mayor Coleman, of McKeesport, Pa., und ninny olaer prominent persons. Special excur? sions will be run from McKoOBporl on ibis occasion, and a large number 61 visitors from that city are expected to attend. A General Challenge. The baseball team of the Twenty third Infantry, which has defeated nearly all of the teams which has visited the Exposition has Issued ft gcriorul challenge to all army and navy learns stationed here and It .8 probable that many ball games will be played In (be near future. Tobacco Acrociation. The Toliacco Association of Hie railed Stales convened in seventh annual session at Hie Exposition to? day With a large attendance. The feature was the annual report of President Carrington, of llich mendj Va. REGAINS CHAMPIONSHIP. Miss Sutton Defeats Mrs. Chambers At Tennis. (By Associated Press.) LONDON. July 5.?In the all Eng bind Tennis Championship ladies' singles e.l Wimbledon this afternoon, Miss May Hilton, of California, do ftutod Mrs. Chambers in the chain piotljshlp round. Miss Sutton thus win buck Hie tillt? of British cham? pion, of which she was deprived kisl 'ear by Mrs. Chuiubeis, then Miss ! viiigbtssiv. Tito American won i-asilv bv 2-0. The srore -wan i; I. r.-t. Miss Sutton received a remarkable ovation from the erowil in Hie stands. The band struck up '"Boo the Conquering Hero Conies." Thtt young lady was pre sented with (towers and there were louds calls for a speech. Miss But ?on, Icwever. was overcome by tho warmth with whkb her victory wan greeted and was only able to sny: "I have won twice,nnd \ um going to try to win a third time." WEATHER. Partly cloudy 8at< urd.iy local showers In Interior; Sunday partly cloudy, show? ers In east portion. SLSULS.XJiSiJLVJlJlSJJUU PRICK TWO CK NTS ?W?llREGTOri GENERAL IS REALITY Fxpisklon Directors Adopted Amend? ed Bcp:rt of tte Retrench msnl -Committee. GOVERNOR5 PUT UP A HARO ftGHT Opposition to Lora of Salaries and Titles Forced Acceptance of Chanyo Under Which Board Ib Retained In Advisory Capacity, With Hay? Stockholders Authorlzo Loan. At their mooting last nlglti Ihn hoard i>r directors of the JamoHlown l?xpositli It adopted the report or ihn conference, committee, formally elect? ing James AI. Illirr as director gen? eral id the ISxpoHltloii, giving lllilt llllHoltltu power In Hie direction 01 the allow, and leaving It to him to uaiiio Hitch other department lieadii an lie may deem necessary in the Oilier/ gency. it was also decided to retain Hio lioard or governors, tint only in an advisory capacity to Harr. wit..out limiting his authority in mailers of executive policy. A committee wan named to read jllHl the salaries of Hie hoard of gev < i 'lin s, mid ll la expected the aggre? gate amount now being paid win hn cut In half. ! A committee wan named to wait on Mr. Harr at once and secure his no oeplnucu of the director generalship under the agreement. Stockholders Meet. At the liieetlng of the Htockholdors In session tonight, authority was vot? ed the hoard id directors Id place a second inurtgage on tin* company's propi rty, to cover a second loan, un? derstood to he for $?125,000. The orig? inal loan desired was $150,0110, on which a lliut mortgage will be given n? security, '' It was declared that the two Ioiiiih aggregating $7r.0,(ini) will cover all or the outstanding' obligations of* the company and put it on its feet. The directors expect no trouble In placing the two loans. It Is also believed Mr. Harr win accept the directorship i n the terms offered. Governors Opposed. Members of the board <T governors bad been making a bard fight against the chopping off of I heir heads. The retrenchment committee proposed to abolish the board entirely, but on in; count of the opposition from the governors, H was necessary (p amend the rcporl la order to got It through. GREAT FIGHT WILL BE MADE TO OUST KENNEDY Library Doard Meets Tomorrow Evening to Elect?Will Ses? sions be Secret? RICHMOND, VA.. July 5.-?.lohn Pondlololl Kennedy, the stale librari? an, who has been nt the Imposition several days arranging the stale ex? hibits, expected to return to the elty early tomorrow In order to nllon.l to Bosa'on <>f Hie library board tomorrow evening. The question which Is attracting some attention nt thin time Is "Will the board follow its usual course ami hold sessions behind closed doors?" IT that is done, only what the board orders made public will bo given through the newspapers to the people. It is Impossible to learn which of the candidates for the llbrarlonshtp has the Imt chance. The nein hers are not yet hero, save two, Patterson and pendleton, and they are reported to be divided' as to their ideas or mak? ing a change. Undoubtedly a great riyht will be made to oust Kennedy. COMPLAINT AGAINST L. & N. Montgomery Freight Bureau Alleges Unreasonable Rate. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 5.?A complaint was filed today with tho In? terstate Commerce Cominlslson by ?lie Montgomery, Ala., Freight Bureau against the Louisville <fc Nashvillo Railroad alleging that the class rates from Montgomery uro excessive and mil odsohablo. The. bureau also complains that tho rales on phosphate from Tennessee points to Montgomery are imjust and discriminatory. A request Is made that the commission ilx reasonable and proper rates. 20 to 1 Shot a Winner.^ (Bv Associated Press). MOW YORK. July r..?C. A. Bo? cholt, a 2tt to 1 shot, won the Solnd rlf handicap, one mile and n furlong, at Sheepshoad Bay today, defeating McCarter, tho favor'te by one and a half lengths. McCarter and Tony Faust alternated in the lead to the stretch. Heer I^ow on O. A. Bochon. came up on tho outside and won un? der a drive.