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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers be sent by mail. r J. B., Chicago, The commission on Henry O. was void, there not being, enough money coming to execute it. John I!.. Chicago. Faust belongs to F. E. Brown. He wasbred by John E. .Madden and his previous owners were Madden and C. E. Durnell. G. A. L., Chicago. People who bet should make their intention so plain that no interpretation would be required afterward. The parlay won on James B. Brady and Royal Lady and was void as to "Ballot entry." , M. M. M., Chicago and others. There was no such thing as the Ballot entry. Had you said Keene entry you would have won. As it is, the wager was a draw. The obvious interpretation of the "Ballot entry" is the Keene entry with Ballot to go and with Ballot scratched, the bet bepaine a draw.