Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1908-02-08

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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.] D. E. !.. Chicago. Yes. J. O. B., Aurora. 111. See reply to Pull. J. A. C. Rockford. Ill . Apparently the sum due was .2.". Pull. St. Louis, Mo. Enamour had been sold to the Golden Sate Stable, which left Coppit the Oakland Stable entry, Ellison, Rock Island. 111. It seems clear only was to be bet and that 2.00 Is due from tlie bookmaker. Equally so il seems the telegraph operators were to blame for the mistake, but the bookmaker cannot hold that mistake to be good as against his client. The bookmakers plea that the bet would have been paid has its merit, but is overruled in this case by t lie fact that no bookmaker has a right lo make a tat for his client not ordered by the latter.

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