Clipped From The Times-Picayune
but now resides la London. Btelnlts Is an Austrian, but lived for twenty years la London, and has now permanently established himself in this country. The games are for fcxxw a side and the elnbs under whose auspices they wi 1 tak place have raised tiaou for the personal ex-peeset of the players, while the games lsst, which is expected to be for about three months. The games In this city will be under the auspices of the Manhattan Chess Clnt, whose members raised tsoo of thnunoney for the expenseeof the players. Where they will be held will not be deelded for a few days. They will be in tome public hall and will take place on alternate days, beginning at 3 o'clock, aad lasting until 6 in the afternoon, and from 8 to 13 nt night. When one of the plAyers shall have won four games, which will probably not be for about four weeks, the players will go to St. Louis where they will continue until one of them shall have added three games to hts score Then they will go to New Orleans to play the finishing gamee lh referee snd stake-holder Is Charlea F. Bu0k. a prominent New Orleans lswjer. The match is already having the effect of reviving the interest felc In chess and the Chess dubs have a larger attendance than usual. It is expected that as soon as the match begins its influence will be shown by n general increase In tne number of chess clubs all over the country.