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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Communications without names and addresses of .senders will not lie answered or noticed. | Thomas, Minneapolis. Minn. Thanks. It should have read Lord Provost. W. M. Chicago. The Dusty Miller bet was ,., draw. there being no separate place betting. Macks, Cincinnati. O. A parlay is decided by the running of the horses named and yours was ■ loser. Peter R.. Chicago. Be good enough to repeat vour query, giving names of horses and the races in- olved . C. ML F.. Toronto, Ont. Unquestionably the liooi:-maker should have paid you his limit of 96 to 1. it having been considerably exceeded by the average of the track prices. Oscar A., Milwaukee. Wis. You no doubt read the replies to others concerning the same race. Your parlay lost. The judges did not declare the race referred to off and wagers went as the horses finished. J. II. W.. Chicago. The bet on Sir Todditi :ton was a draw. His name speared in the entries to the fifth race only. Manifestly the bet was made and accepted on that race. He was scratched lrom it and the moment he was scratched the bet became a draw. The fact that Sir Toddington ran as an added starter in the stake race cut no figure in the case. That was an affair neither party to the net had in contemplation.