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Tbo Chess Editor regrets that
through accident rather than fault the
conditions of Problem No. 1 were not
given. However, any adept In problem
solving would soon sec thaftho condi
tions were, white mates In two moves.
Solution Is held over till next week.
Oamis given In this column nre chosen
to show the advantages and disad
vantages of certain openings, In ordor
to assist the young player as much as
possible. They are selected with that
purpose in view and the editor hopes
thereby to be Instructive as well as en-
lortalnlng.- A study of the game given
this week will repay any one who
wishes to advance In chess theory. As
this column Is more for the purpose of
arousing a keener Interest In chess
among the novices, their Interests will
hate precedence over those or older
players, although wo shall do our best
to Interest the veterans as well. Local
games. how ever, containing meritorious
play will have precedence oer all oth
ers. The editor hopes the chess players
In the community will do their best to
help htm out. Problems and game
are earnestly requested.
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Game NO. 2.
Ruy Lopez (Four Knights Game.)
Notes by II. Tlecbman. (H. C. M.)
E. Schlffers J. Zeyboth
and A. Lewln. M. Tchlgorln.
1. P-K4 1. l'-K4
2. Kt-QB3 2. Kt-QB3
3. Kt-B3 3. Kt-02
4. D-Kt5 4. P-0.3
5. P-Q4 R. Kt-Q2
The purpose of this move
which was Introduced by Tchlgorln, Is
to maintain the pawn at K4.
If White had played here Pxl',
Black's answer would havo been Kt
(B3) xP with a eood game. If, how
ever, 6 BxKt, PxB; 7 PxP, then PxP,
followed by II-Q3, and Black obtains
an attack which compensates for the
weak Queen's Bide Pawi"
7. Kt-QS 7. Castles
8. P-D3 8. Kt(Q2)-Ktri
9. KI-K3 9. B-B3
10. PxP 10. KtxP
11. Kt-Qt 11. IU-K13
12. P-KB4 12. B-Q2
13. 11.Q3 13. Kt-B3
14. Kt(Q4)-B5 14. Kt(Kt3).K2
15. P-KKt4 IB. KtxKt
16. KPxKt 10. P-KKt4
A desperate move, apparently.
But White threatened P-KtD, followed
by I'-DC and eventually Q-R5. It seems
that White might have answered Px
Pe. p. and If then BPxP, 18 Q-Kt3ch
winning a Pawn.
17. Kt-Q5 17. PxP
18. T-Kt5 18. BxKtP
Here It would seem that theislmpl
move BxP would have been better.
19. P-BG 19. Kt-K4
The only move, as Whlto was
threatening Q-B5 with a winning at
tack. 20. BxP '
White could not play Q-W., P-IU;
21 P-KR4 on account of the threatened
move B-Kt5 winning the Queen
21. Q-Q2 21. BxP
22. BxKt 22, BxB
23. Q-n """I
The continuation R. or Kt-BO fol
lowed by Q-I10 would have been de
feated by Bxll or Kt and U-QSch. after
wards, alwajs gaining tlmo for the Im
portant defensive movo P-KB1.
21. P-KU3 21. P-QI13
Hero PxB, PxKt; BxP would have
given White a good game.
26. Q-KGch. 20. K-Hbi
If PxB, Black would reply Q-Kt3,
followed by P-Q4 nnd QH-Ksq. with the
28. Q-K4 28. Q-UB
29. QxKtP 29. Q-U1
Better than R-KKtsi tt uhleh
Whlto might havo anHwered K-Umi!
and If llxQUP, Il-KO!, thus gittlng out
or nil dinicultles.
31. Rxltch 31. llxll
32. K-Ilsq 22. Q-Q7
33. Q-K2 33. 11-117
31. QxQ 31. IUQ
White's position Is 'now hopcUws, as
Black obtains stimo strotig passed,
Pawns on the Queen's hUIo. A most
Interesting and exciting gamo, nnd
quite worthy of theso great KuiBtan
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The great tournament nt Monte Car
lo has been unfortunate in not securing
cither La8kcr or Plllsbury, although
England and America nro well repre
sented by Blackburne nnd Marshall.
The latter, however, seems a little er
ratic in his performances. If he Is "in
form" he should come out near the
top but from previous records ho Is
not the reliable player that Plllsbury
has proven himself to bo ami even at
his best he Is n long, long nay behind
Dr. I.asker did not participate prob
ably on nccount of lack of suDlclent
remuneration at present he Is engag
ed by n chess club In England to lec
ture on and teach chess to its members,
Plllsbury Is on his honeymoon, hav
ing been married on January 20. Neith
er, however, needed any glory; tney
havo won Bitmclent laurels In the past
to let the minor lights have their In
nings. From tho list, Blackburno
ought to come out on top, although ho
has already lost a gamo to Qunsberg;
with Janowskl, Tschlgorln and Mar
shall close seconds. Alaptn seems to bo
playing in better form than usual. At
the end of tho first week tho scroo was:
Ply'd. Won. Lost. Drew.
Alapln 4 2.2
Blackburne 4 3 1.
Oimsl'ierg 3 2 1 '
Janowskl 4 3 1.
Marco 3 12.
Mason 4 13.
Mleses 4 2 11
Regglo 3 12.
Schlechtor 3 111
Von Schovo 4 3 11
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tho Secretary of tho Navy had Instrurt-
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customs officials to search his vessel.
Mr. Spear was not officially notified
of tho ruling and Collector Strattoa
did not rccehc n reply to his telegram
sent to tho Secretary of tbo Treasury
this afternoon. Ho expected to heir
from Washington this afternoon.
A forco of customs officers will leavat
for Maro Island this evening, and Sur
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I Although Commander Wlnslow stat
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Twenty-nine wero secured yestordnv,
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than the first consignment secured. TiiA
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