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ANSWERS TO aUERIES. IF. K., Chicago, 111. The matter ended in a draw. J. K. L., Cii.cinnati, O. It was a losing transaction. A. It., Cincinnati, O. Ou the figures given it sags in time. J. "W., Chicago, 111. I s contention is correct. If one backs a single horse of hii entry, the matter is decided by the raaaaaag of that horse. Don P., Cincinnati. O. nad others. Any wagers that might have been made on Fruit Cake became arawa when she was scratched and it made uo difference whether ChrkctJa won or lost. Flurd, Cincinnati. O., Iiscr, St. Louis, Mo., and others. The nartaM complained or have been barred from advertising in Daily Itaeing Form on account of partial and deceptive statements in their display. J. J. W., Louisville, Ky. The Phoenix Stakes ut Lexington, Ky., whs first run for in 1S21, and was at mile heats. The winner of the first race was Mr. McClaunahnns McDonongh, bv Dertram, in ]:T,-_ 1 :4S. C. B. II. , Toledo, O. Aleedo was by Esher — Elopement, by Hindoo. He was foaled in 1897 and bred by the late Catesby Woodford of Paris, Ky. Aleedo won the Suburban of 1901 from Watercure and Toddy. Volumes 7 and 8 of the Stud Book.