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TRIPLE FOR H. 6. BEDWELL WESTERNER AGAIN ACCOUNTS FOR HALF THE CARD AT PALMETTO PARK. Helen M., Lady Lightning: and Myccnao Make Up His Trio of Winners Dartworth Wins Fort Moultrie Selling; Stakes. Charleston. S. C, December 17. J. L. Hollands Dartwurlh, ruling at odds-on in the betting, won a hard earned victory In the Tort Moultrie Selling Stakes, which featured this afternoons card at Palmetto Park. Sherwood linished in second place alter having been tin; runner-up for the entire trip and Grosvenor headed the others for third money. The race was always between this trio and they maintained the same order throughout the entire running. The Holland colors were also carried to victory in the race preceding the stake when Trade Mark, also an odds-on choice, led by a wide margin for the entire trip and brought up far in advance of Laura and Supreme. This winner was entered for 00 and was bid up to 1913.sh05, at which figure she was bought in. The Bedwcll establishment again figured prominently by taking half the card. Its first success was scored with Helen 31.. on which McTaggart bad the mount. She won the opening dash quite, handily. Lady Lightning, in the selling handicap for sprinters, turu?d the tables o.i her recent conqueror. Cold Cap, and beat him by a short margin, incidentally verifying the contention of critics that she ran below her best form when Cold Cap recently took her measure. Buxton had the mount on her this afternoon. The final Bedwell success came in tin; closing dash when Mycenae romped home winner at a long price. Luria, owned by It. K. -Carman, won the second race In bandy fashion, with Chas. Cannell and Tony V. following her most closely at the finish. Jockey Byrne resorted to rough riding in the fifth race while astride Campeon and sharply Interfered with Monocacy. The stewards lined him -5 for his offense. II. Phillips, represented by Caraipiet in the third race, claimed Supreme after the running for ,025. from P. Gallagher. The best midweek attendance of the season witnessed the racing this afternoon. The thirteen layers transacted ample business- and all reported a nylitable session. tviodays newcomers included .Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Yanke and jockey liorel. The party came from California, after having stopped olT at Kl Paso for a brief -stay to witness the racing at Juarez. Mr: Ynnkes present intention is to remain here until the latter part of February, when be proposes to take a trip abroad, returning in time for the opening of the Kentucky racing season. Jockey Borel will accompany him. .1. W. May acquired at private sale today the lilly Lace from W. O. Joplin. Jus Blumc, a well-known bookmaker, was an arrival this morning. Other new faces at the course today included W. P.otay. Pete Blong, Bert Riek-enger ud Steve Davidson. Among this mornings work-outs were: Haiwa Three-quarters in 1:21. Chuckles--Three-quarters in 1:21. Feather Duster Half mile in 50. Flatbusb -Three-quarters In lrlSr.. Frank Hudson Half mile in 50. Frog Three-quarters in 1:21. C. M. Miller Three-quarters in 1:1S. Cordon Half mile in 50. Kiumundy Three-quarters in 1:21. Old Hen Mile In 1:50. Penniless--Three-quarters in 1:21. Prince Chap Three-quarters in 1:15. Prince Ilermis Half mile in 53. Roger Cordon Five-eighths in 1:01. Hulling Stone Three-quarters in 1:10. Sbackletou Five-eighths in 1:02. Sherlock Holmes Three-quarters In 1:21. Sleeth- Three-quarters in 1:22. Sonny Hoy Three-quarters in 1:22. Ta Nun Da Three-quarters in 1:20. Tay Pay Mile in 1:5."!. Verena Three-quarters in 1:22. Wilhlte Half mile in ."::. W. W. Clark Seven-eighths In 1:31, Young Lnibleni Half mile in 55.