Clipped From The Times-Picayune
The second day's lay of the Mississippi State Chess Association's annual tournament was held to-day. The result cannot yet be nnounced, as all games have not been played. To-morrow will bo the closing day of the tournament. To-morrow 'night at 8 o'clock, at the capitol trail ding, will be held the most interesting feature of the session, when Judge Leon Labatt, of New Orleans, by special invitation, will engage twenty or more players in simultaneous plsy. This . exhibition promises - to be a most Interesting event, owing to the skill of Judge Labatt as - a chess plsyed of nigh reputation, visitors win oe aamittea tree, and la ales are especially invited to attend- The association has a membership ot forty, with am attendance at this. its third annual - ana - most successful and enthusiastic meeting. .