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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed: nor will any answers bo sent by mail. R. D.. Danville. 111. See reply to Joe S. J. G. B., Chicago. Harmakis was raced at Seattle. He is dead. Frank M., St. Louis. Mo. Cock Sure Tan in the name of J. Burttschell at Dallas October 22. T. T., Chicago. Make your query about Fred Bent and Tony Faust clearer. Cannot make out what you wish to know. J. M. S.. Niagara Falls. N. Y. In his race of October G at Louisville. All Red paid 9.30 to . quite close to 10 to 1. W. L. G.. Chicago. At Dallas. October 17. Lad of Langden opened at 2 to 1 and closed at 3 to 1 straight, even place and out to show. II. B., St. Louis, Mo. The Bear was not a starter October 31, but in the seventh race of October 30 started favorite and ran unplaced at closing odds of 0 to -5 straight. 1 to 2 place and out to show. Joe S.. Cincinnati, 0. The bet having been made on Tony Faust alone was decided by his running and lost straight, but was a draw place and show because there was no separate place or show price. II. II. and P. II.- G.. Chicago. It does not often come up, but when a horse in an entry is disqualified, his stahlemate is disqualified also and bets go with the disqualification. The rule reads: "When a horse is disqualified under this rule, every horse in the race belonging wholly or in part to the name owner is also disqualified."