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FLOCKING TO CHARLESTON FAMOUS OLD PLACE RAPIDLY FILLING UP WITH VISITORS ATTRACTED BY RACING. IiitLicsing Contests in Prospect Among the Two-year-olds — Something of the Juvenile Material Available. Charleston. S. C . January 8L ■— Another Mg dele satloa of racegoers arrived in Charleston today to lie on band for the opening of the fifty live says mooting at Palmetto 1ark. which will begin "" :,t-urda next. Among tiiein wen- several layers who are familiar with the eastern system, wliich Wag Manager .1. Oscar Holder has decided to adapt tat i lii- meetiag. It looks as if there will be a doa -n or tifiiiii layer* in lie* on the opening day ami as i In- no. -tine progresses the number will increase. 1ln two-year-old races hare this winter atomise !•• furnish interesting contests. Collectively, the m raters are a better looking lot than those thai nteeil at Palmetto Park last whiter. This morning about tweatj live were at the harrier taking theli lessons in breaking. Some of them were extra g «.ii looker*, two of the beat being one ami Greg, from t be stable of .1. 1.. Holland. Gore is ■ brother to EnV-icncy. He is big sturdy Fellow ami as qui i, on his tei t a- a quarter hois:. th" harrier thi-morning he made a show of the other colts and lillii-. when be bounded away from the gate like a -I leak. He i- ■ rapid going colt and in the early race* be is certain to in- a keen factor, lioare John -■Hi has a coiipli .! shifty youngsters in a til I v In Dick Welles— Ileaxe and a coll l - Marts Santa Roberta Lee. The Illy is the better of the two. She in a quick beginner ami baa beea well schooled at th • barrier. In breaking, she distanced those i hat were schooled wiiii her and led for a quarter. I.awien-• »v Coinsinek. who shipped a dozen youagatera froii California here, hare souse goad ones by Salvation and "He that - speedy is by Raphl Water — Dally. Solon i- another Rood one in this stable. Kd Moore ha- a couple oi good-looking yoaagatera in a chestnut Illy by I., id Baterllag— My Bessie. and i til I by The Commoiier — Alpaca. The former u-j iixikiiiL. and has been Stack admired h. -«P ti.akiu n. Tie si two are not rood breaker, how -• ci. and will have to be schooled more before they are ready for the races. .1. O. Talbot t has a lillv by l!i istbk -Vesper called Wooden Sheen that looks as if she might develop into a nsefnl sort. The only youngster in this stable is a colt by BmigM ni.isli r Hi akdon n, Archie Simmers youngsters are a bit fractious at the barrier as yet. They are good lookers and when thej Beetle down will show up better. One of them. a till»" by Mllner. seems to know twilling but to buck. She unseated her rider OB the las! two occasions she has been :n the poal after backing for fully a sixteenth of a mile. "Bah" May has some goad lookers. one of them is called Unitarian and Wayne Jopiia also has aeaae thai make a food a]i pearatnre. Ruby Hyama is one of the Joptia lot. The tir-t two-year-old race will he run on Monday next. It is a dash of a quarter and it might In v. ell i" pay some attention to the entries of Lawn-nee .V Comstoek and J. I.. Holland. William !. Bareh is purchasing staUiona f n- the Halted States Government. He already has options ••II live and .in ollieer Of the w:y department will be here mi Thursday to pass oa them. Mr. Rurck leports that his son Preston, who recently returned to France, will train tor W. A. Chandler and George 1. Ku-li- this year. Harry l.a Montana* has dis posed of all but till- tf his horses and the latter bare been turned out lor the season. C. D. Chcuault was an arrival from Kentucky yes tcrday. Hi will remain for a couple of weeks.