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i • I I . , ■ I i , cnoiign. enough. ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers lie sent by mail.] John P... Ncwiiort, Ky. You were at fault in , not making your bet clear and we cannot undertake to say what you meant. 1". C 1.. Chicago. Prolific having been sold. Razil was the Pasadena Stable entry. The bet I won and should be paid. W. S. II.. Columbus. O. 1 Yes. 2 Apache is ■ the MUM of a Iribe of Indians in New Mexico. Accent on the second syllable. II. A. !., Memphis. Tcnn. Your parlay won as „ a single place bet on St. Francis, being void as to Clamor, because there was no separate place price against him. W. II.. Toronto, Out. Beatrice K. was omitted 1 by error in "What tie- Horses Did in 1IMI7." Her ,. record is thirty one starts, eight firsts, seven sec onds. five thirds and eleven unplaced, and |f,11H in I money won. W. .1. M.. Chicago. The parlay is to be paid. Tin- bookmaker knew, or it was his own fault it f he did not. that tin- horse was running at New Ol - leans and a mistake in writing the name of the • track cut no figure.