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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. | fViinmunic.it ions without names and addresses of senders will not lie answered or noticed.] .1. J. P.. St. I.oiiis. Mo. It was | losing Let. Brady. Chicago. Wagers on Chapultepec singly were draws K. K. J.. Chicago. If you had no knowledge of the rule von are entitled to pav incut on Lawless. J. I. C . St. Louis. Mo. s« Between is ■ itallioa. The i the agaiaal shields settled the qaeatioa last year. M. T.. Chicago. The bet should be paid unless I you made il a COadittaa that Miller was to ride, in 1 which ease it was a draw. Jim- W.. Chicago. The cntrv should be hacked. If a horse is nit" for a place named in a parlay bet. it is void as to thar horse. J. K. R.. Jr.. New Orleans. La. Willi Charles Edward ill ,bi«k Atkin would be no more than 1 to , 2 place and at thai late the sum lue you is .."i.2 ». p. c. w.. chbigo. Tear place bet oa Boethcn won unless v on bad nolice or knowledge of till f:H-i thai the baaksaakera rule is thai added atari ers run for his beak. W. U.. St. Louis. Mo. As the written statement of the wager i. ids it appears thai the whole hi I siugle parlay, but it is a case in which the inten tions of the bettor are o be considered and given due weight. V. J. P.. Chicago. The first live winners of the Onsens Plate hj Canada beginning with lstw were I»on Juan. Wild Irishman. Palermo, Touchstone, and Hrunolte. John Bell, not Jack P.ell. was a chestnut by Jack the Barber Ooaatry Maid, foaled in ]xi.:;. The reeoc#i of the Ontario Jockey Club give him as the winner in 1*70.