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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
November 22, 1900
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PROBLEM NO. 34.
Ccispod for Hi Independent by
Ir. W. It. Isse paltoa. 101 Convent
New York city.
White to pixy and mate la three
' v 1 '
X trn ' X i! !
1 Q 2 Itt I, IBS. 2 r Kt 3. r 3 p 3.
Z P i. Kt p 1 k 1 p I p 1 P 1 Ii 1 K.
: b b i u i.
SYNTHETIC PROBLEM NO. 14.
B!o are irfv-a the piws and mat
ing o! u lion of a problem. The solv
er's ik I0 to reconstruct the position
or to construct nothfr which will
foiSil I! the rosUlons given, Black
may bav no other moves than those
gir la matittK tItSoa. Kach dif
ferest ttlcg of any plce will count
E3 t,w position, tut whit may have
no dual ky-movts or coatinuatiois.
White m?tes la two moves.
Ky-mtve, It Q 3.
If. ...... Kill, Kt B 5 mate.
If lixlt. QK Kt 2 mate.
lf......liK 7. QxB mate.
If 11 e!e, Q K 2 mate.
If. .... . Kt Q 5. R K 3 mate.
If Kt K 4. Kt H 5 mate.
If Kt Q 4. QiKt mate.
if ..K Kt else. Q Q 5 mate.
If Q Kt eie. Q ii 4 mate.
Three points fur each correct posi
lioa. Od foint for composer's name.
SOUTTIONS AND SOLVERS.
Synthetic No. 11: Key-mo re, Q R.
Position: (Koreyth) C H k.
7 1. K 4 b 1 P. 8. S. R 7.
p It. 7 Q. iGermaa) White K
a C. Q b 1. K b 2. I! a 3. k S. P h 6 and
7: Hlack. K b 8. f 6. P a 2. (English)
Whit. K oa Q R 6, Q os K 11, R oa
K R 2, Its oa Q R 3. K Kt $. Ps oa K
R and 7; Rlack. K oa K
B 3. P oa Q It 7. .
R. B oa K j
Thl i the oririnal setting a com
posed by H. S. Horton.
Our solvers each had a dSffereat ft
tinff and the Chess E4itora other du
ties prevent a thorough etudy of each.
The differtat potlUoas are here Ifivea
In abbreviated Forsyth notation.
Solver will be credited two points j
for shewing a eek la any other
o!rer position and all credits will
I withheld for two weks.
It IijM. Ssrlnaw. Mich, gave 6 B
C. C Hunt, Montezuma, la., had 13
D. F. Lcrati. Norton, Kas.. fovnd
C B k 7 F 2 p 4 P 2 K 1 b 11 B 14 R 7 Q. i
Sara M LRoy, Healdstmrg. CaL. j
ay 14 p 4 K I k B 6 P S P B 1 B 11 !
R Q 2- !
C. It. Oldham. Motindsvil. W. Va.J
l!iv la 3 K 11 k 1 3 b 1 p 7 P 4 P 3 j
B 11 R 7 Q 3.
Rr. James A You n kin' position I
-ac be "cooked'' by BxB mate; and i
Prof, B. Moiffi ty PxP ch, etc. These
fetlnic I'hh? ix points each.
Problftn No. 23:
1. Kt B 4. KxKt.
Kt D 3. K B .
Q Kt 3 mate.
....... K Q 4.
Q B 6 mate.
....... K K S.
Q Q S. K B S.
Q It 4 mate.
Solved by B. !It&e. C. C. Hunt. Sam
fS LEoy. C. R. Oldham, Louis Ost-
Oi l score. Nov. 1. Total, i
C .C. If ant....... SO 3 33
E.CAraitross..!l ' 30 I
C it. Oldham.... 25 3 2$ J
IjouIs tk-tbenr 21 "3 27 !
Sam M. Leltoy... S 2 11
B. !!-. 3 3 6
Prof. B. 3.ioer... 5 OJi 0.1 ?
Iter, Yoar.kic. . . 0.3 0 C 0.3 t
J. W. Bri&tttsus. 0 1 IC 1
Once a prise-win tier. Other scores
encbaaefd. E. K. Armstrong is cred
it! for synthetic S and problem 32,
last wk. and J. W.
for syctbetie S and prob- 1
ia II. H. W. Barry, Boston, Is also
entitled to credit, but Ma letter got
CHESS NOTATION. .
Srl new olvr are puziled by
the Foryta twition. Place white j
tf M,.tikMiuiWw:k. in
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
side of board nearest you. Beg-in at
the northwest corner (Black'3 Q R)
and read acrosn,. line by line, from
left to right. 7 B means seven em
pty squares, and a white bishop-at
K R 8. Then 8. 8. mean3 two vacant
linea. And 5 Kt 2 means a white
knight at K B 5; 3 R 4. a white rook
at Q 4; 1 k 6, a black king at Q Kt 6;
2 p P 4, black pawn at Q B 7 and
white pawn at.Q 2; anc 2 K 5, means
white K on Q B. Use a figure to de
note vacant squares; capital initial
for white pieces, and email or lower
care letters for black pieces. In the
abbreviated form no attention is paid
to end of line, and the position above
would read 7 B 2 1 Kt 5 R 5 k 8 p P 6
K 5. This jthree-move problem would
be noted in German' thus: White, K
c 1. R d 4, B h 8, S or Kt f 5, P d 2.
Black, K b 3, P e 2.
GAME STUDIES NO. 24.
La.vi week H. B. Hammond's neat
win from C. Q. De France was pub
lished. This week the latter gets re
venge, but has little to crow over, the
position being almost a drawn one.
Game completed In finals of Nebras
ka tournament. .
White, C. Q. De France, Lincoln, vs.
Black. II. B. Hammond, Wymore.
1. P K 4. P K 4.
2. Kt K B 3. Kt Q B 3.
2. B Kt 5. Kt B 3.
4. O O. P Q 3.
5. P Q 4, KtQ 2.
Mr. Hammond believes it to be bad
policy for Black to accept the prof
fered K P. as it affords protection to
his K. He Jocosely calls his fifth "one
of Fatty's fool moves."
6. Kt B 3. P-K B 3.
P Q 5, Kt--K 2.
B K 3. Kt K Kt 3.
Kt K 2, P Q R 3. I
B R 4, P Q Kt 4. t V
B Kt 3, KtQ B 4.
P Q B 4. B Q 3.
P Q R 4, P Kt 5.
P B 5 looks better for Black.
16. KtQ 2..0 O.
Kt K Kt 3, P K B 4.
PxP. Kt R 5.
Kt K 4. KtxB P.
P K B 3, K R.
B B 4. Q R 5.
White fell asleep and
23. Q K 2. BxKt.
P K Kt 3. BxP.
RxB. Q K 2.
RxR ch, QxR.
PQ Kt 3. P K Kt 3.
R K B. Q K 2.
Q K 4, K Kt 2.
K Kt 2, P K R 4.
And this gets Black into difficulties.
31. B Q 3. Q Kt 4.
32. P K R 4, Q Kt 3.
It K, K B 3.
R K 4, Resigns.
Hammond plays six to eight
gp.mes blind-folded and does not us
) ually look at the position in corre
I spondence play. He attempted to
! move 33 , K Kt 4. and then
decided that this being his third illegal
i move In the came, he better resign.
it looks as If
35. ....... K B 2.
36. RxK Kt P, R K Kt ought to
give Black drawing chances. What
do our solvers think?
Our new score book Is now ready to
be mailed to purchasers. It contains
hints on how to keen the record: dia-
gram showing English notation; a
comnlete exnlanatlon of Forsvth rio-
j tation, with illustrative diagram;
i pages for keeping, scores of games
played or In progress, with diagram
I for each tenth move; and blank pages
and wide margins for notes. Two
j sizes are made: For 10 games, 20
j cents; for 30 games, GO cents. Bound
We have also private mailing cards
for the Twentieth Century tourna-
TOent and the East vs. West match.
Sent post paid for 30 cents a hundred.
The Independent' on trial ten weeks
for ten cents. Can you afford to be
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Hall's Family Pills are the best.
There should be a strict account
j kept by every committeeman of every j
, fusion voter In Nebraska, who left his
home Just before election. Then it
could be easy to tell where these men
stand. The man that will sell his vote
for a railroad pass cannot be trusted.
The Public Journal.
The principles of populism are not
dead and will not die so long as the
principles of justice and human equal
ity live, but the populist party as such
has probably run Its course and done
Its work. It had a grand mission. It
was born to be a great force for politi
cal education, and to be the forerun
ner of a movement that in God's good
time Is to regenerate the nation The
It Is cow evident that many people
wish one way and vote another. Capi-
talist. in the east have the American
peopie tnorougniy cowea. f ear mat
they would close their mills or refuse
to loan money made them vote against
their consciences. Ii is well., We know
I our countrymen better than .we ever
did before we know each other, and
it is safe to say that faith In man and
the just dealings of omnipotent power
has received no new impetus in the
outcome of the election. Butler Coun-
If all the people who voted In Ne-
well as claimed it as their home, the
would probaMy be In-
creased several' thousand Sc-vard In
Since McKIn!ey's re-election the
Standard Oil company's stocks have
been touching high water prices. Sat
urday certificates reached $700 bid,
the highest or. record. Figuring all
outEtacding stock oa this basis gives
a total market value of 1682,500,000.
This trust during the vear has paid
$47,800,000 In" dividends. Oh, no;
there are no trusts! Hastings Re
An Omaha correspondent says: ."In
the near future the headquarters of
the republican state central committee
will be removed to Lincoln and will
become a permanent political fixture
of the capital city. The committee
has decided to keep its organization
running all the year around, while it
remains In power at least. Especially
13 this considered needful In order to
keep Nebraska in the republican col
umn." It will be a good idea for the
f usionists to. do likewise. Hastings
Hereafter we shall waste very little
sympathy on strikes made by union
labor. The effectual place to strike is
at the ballot box, but there the united
labor vote, with honorable exceptions,
was given to their oppressors. They
have made their political bed with
their taskmasters. Hereafter let us
hear no more complaint when the din
ner pail becomes light Saunders
County New Era.
The newspapers of England and
British statesmen are in ecstasies of
enthusiasm over the election of Mc
Kinley and Roosevelt, Baying "they
are just the kind of men we want."
In fact. Englishmen are crowing more
over Bryan's defeat than are their al
lies in this country. A republican
preacher in San Francisco since elec
tion gloatingly declares this "govern-
ment'is a crown colony of the queen,
and this promises to, be literally true
if the administration can make it so.
My son, never array class against
class. It is a great wrong. When J.
D. Rockefeller makes $9,000 in one
minute, it ' Is wrong for you to com
plain because you don't make so much
in a life-time. Remember that if we
did not have Mr. Rockefeller and other
such men to furnish capital, this coun
try would be a vast wilderness instead
of a civilized land as now. You should
study your Bible and learn that God
first created capital and then made a
man to work for it In order that he
might buy what he had produced byt
the labor of his hands. Jefferson
It is amusing to hear those who de
serted the democratic party and voted
with the republicans talk of reorgani
zation. The kind of reorganization
they want is to kick out those who
have been loyal and put themselves in
as leaders. The Trenton Leader.
It's a sad commentary on Nebraska
people that they will turn down one of
their number for the office of governor,
a man as clean and upright as Gov.
Wm. A. Poynter, and elect a banker
of the class of Dietrich. We doubt
whether there is a respectable farmer
in Polk county who would have plead
guilty to having voted for Dietrich if
he knew the character of the man. Re
publicans have talked long and loud
about populist blight upon Nebraska,
but they have certainly done their
best to bring down criticisms upon
their own heads in the election of a
man like Dietrich over one like Poyn
ter. Polk County Democrat.
The principles embodied in the plat
forms on which William J. Bryan ac
cepted the nomination are right. His
defeat does not take away from those
platform an iota of American spirit.
These principles will be held sacred
by an American people forever, who,
although defeated at present, will not
relax their energies until every ar
ticle in the constitution is the law of
this nation once more. The New Era
There should be no hanging back
on the part of those who have cast
their votes for standing armies, im
perialism and war. The party that
can look unmoved on the extermina
tion of the Boer republics could vote
for their neighbors children to do that
which in their hearts they have no
courage to do. They welcome the
speculations growing out of an un
holy strife, but have no desire on the
part of the majority to risk their own
lives. Keith County News.
The average girl of the present day
is of few ideas and full of nonsense,
says an exchange. She appeareth upon
the street clad in much fine raiment,
and hunteth up a beau at whose ex
pense she drinketh soda water until
the setting of the sun. She cheweth
gum in the morning, and when the
evening approacheth, lo, she is still
chewing. She getteth the notion into
her head that she can sins: she war-
bleth until her father becometh an
habitual drinker, and the neighbors
get out an injunction. She goeth forth
to a party gowned in a dress that is
too short at the top and too long at
the bottom, and giggleth until the
night waxeth old. She lieth abed until
the eleventh hour, while her mother
humps around and does the house
work. She sigleth for a husband with
a long moustache and plenty of money,
but finally marrieth some fellow who
smoketh cigarettes and holdeth up two
fingers to the barber when he getteth
a shave. Holt County Independent. -
The g. o. p. will pass no anti-polygamous
measures during the next, four
years. The republican leaders made
an agreement with the Mormon church
in Utah that no legislation on the sub
ject will be enacted. In return the
Mormon church delivered her vote to
McKinley. Polygamy, one of the rel
ics of barbarism, flourishes in Utah,
in parts of Wyoming and Idaho and
the islands of Sulu under the benign
rule of our Christian president. Long
"The progress of war in the Trans
vaal has shown, forcibly and terribly,
what a false relation the possible ad
vantage of war bears to its postive dis
advantages," says Baroness Bertha
von Suttner. "Fifty thousand of her
youth, healthy and vigorous youth,
has England lost in the past ten
The above is a cut of our Capital Grade Top Buggy. This buggy we had made for our special orders. It is made AAA
strong and durable; the iron on the running gear is all wrought iron and hand forged. Our guarantee for one year V 1 II
goes with every buggy sold by us. Has genuine leather trimmings and quarter leather top, dus$ proof axle; Price O U U
and wool only. No cotton or union cloth used, including head lining, back stay and back curtain Minings, and is guaranteed not to fade, r - 1 r i i
Cushions and backs are, made of heavy cloth, whip-cord or leather, plain. Pattern as shown in cut, or we can furnish the pleated pattern. Spring back.
and spring cushion in either plain or pleated. " ' : - -
Tops are made of first-class quality of leather quarter with 28-oz. rubber back, containing all linintrs non-fadeable.
Bow;sockes 4bows of second; growth ash, front valance of first-class leather,; Good carpet and toe carpet, wrench, washers, side curtains, storm apron
and a first class pair of shafts sent with each buggy. .
. 0ur P??11? is .gant and of first-clasa workmanship.; ' Body black, green or dark Brewster green;' striping three lines of gold. ' '
' ' , With pole in place of shafts added
Cloth and leather the same in trimming, as good cloth costs no less than
Capital Spring Wagon, No. 40
A FIRST-CLASS vehicle at a reasonable price. Absolutely the
only first-class job ever offered to the trade at so' reasonable a price. . We ab
solutely guarantee the iron work of this vehicle to be as good and durable as
any hand forged, high-grade piece of work made. This is a broad statement
but the fact. We are known in the state for our honesty. Doin business
with hundreds of the best farmers in the state, we want home trade. The
only way to get this is to offer the best goods for the least money. The iron
work of this vehie'e could not be bettered should you wish to put $3u0 in the
vehicle. We guarantee each and every piece of this job to be made of steel,
wrought or Norway iron, hand and drop forging, except the steps. Axles are
i heavier than the regular. ;
Clips and bolts are all of the finest Norway iron, body long, good room
between seats, high solid panel spring backs, top quarter leather with leather
back curtain, good side curtains, good room under each seat; wheels are San
vin patent, bolted between each spoke and guaranteed to be of a first-class
quality of hickory. The body has full length loop irons and two very heavy
iron rocker plates the full length of body. t We guarantee this job just as
good as any job you can purchase of your dealer at any price.
As described above and shown in cut, No. 57, .$110
Pole neckyoke, double trees and straps; side contains carpet, storm
apron, in fact, all complete. Cloth, leather or whip-cord cushion and back.
Crated in good shape, f. o. b. cars, Lincoln.
No. 34 has plain sides instead of the
otherwise it is built the same throughout.
Price of our No. 34 complete, the same
All our Capital grade of buggies and
proof axle, and our guarantee for one year
.AVE HAVE the genuine Concord road wagon , usually sold by dealers
$85.00 to $100.00. Our price...-
We can furnish rubber tires on all our buggies when desired. We have many other styles of which we have no
the buggy line write us for it. . ,
months; sixty-one m'Mou poi;-r.s
sterling of her national wealth have
been wasted; the respect and sym
pathy " of the world have been reck
lessly sacrificed; the character of the
nation has been brutalized by the pas-
j sions aroused, and freedom, the pride
of the British people, freedom of
speech, as well as freedom of the in
dividual, has been imperilled, for even
now the spectre of conscription is
raising its head. The fruits of half a
century of national education have
been destroyed in this one attack of
To Cur Cold in one Day,
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lets. AH druggists refund .he money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 23c.
Proposal For Bryan
Editor . Independent: The Denver
Post has offered Mr. Bryan $10,000 a
year for his services and he has de
clined. Here is an offer that the Post
should make and that Mr. Bryan
It should give him the $10,000 yearly
to station himself at Washington to
watch, up congress and do exactly for
the democracy what Rev. Dr. Wilbur
F. Crafts does in Washington for the
church reformers. The Post could
have abundant work printing his re
ports and able press writers in the
ranks of the dmocracjf could force
themselves on the republican congress
man and prevent much unwise legisla
In fact, Mr. Bryan," if he knew the
possibilities of sucha ! situation and
wanted to patriotically serve his coun
try, could accomplish as much as if
S3 - Oapital Top Buggy
as described above
fancy panels as shown in the cut.
as above, only $105 00
carriages have the 1,000 mile dust
goes with each job.
he had been elected to the presidency.
If Mr. Bryan will not accept this sit
uation, we want a few men who will.
I have played this game single-handed
against undesired measures in my own
state legislature and have killed many
a bill. The power of the pen thus
directed is immense. Of course, if no
body .will do anything unless high
honors and big money is forthcoming,
then we must abide under the thumb
of the party that deals especially in
them. FRANCIS B. LIVESEY.
"Close UP, Forward"
Editor Independent I will soon
send you a dollar to renew my copy.
I think your paper the best of the re
form journals. I like your . editorial
about our keeping straight on in the
cause of reform. "Never give up."
"Close up and Forward." "It Is dark
est just before dawn." Some people
cannot see that they are being hut
until they have their noses put on the
grindstone and the skin taken oft.
When the trusts have "skinned" them
four years more they will be with us.
I tell my crowing republican friends,
"I dM not expect Bryan's defeat; but
I can stand "it if you can."
N. H. BLACKMER.
A Qeeer Accident
Thomas McPeters was rescued from
a caved-in well after being under
ground forty" hours. The accident oc
curred faf Sullivan, Ind; V
When the - first cave-in came and
tons of sand . filled the bottom of the
well the boards used for walls were
forced In and formed a roof which pre
. J H E accompanying cut represents our Spring Wagon. We carry
tbis job in the combination and three spring. This vehicle, like the other
goods we sell, is of first-class quality. It is slightly heavier than the ordi
nary make. We make no broad assertion when we claim this vehicle to
absolutely be in style, quality and finish the best job sold to the trade at
any price. - ,,. ,;,.t ,...- -
. This vehicle has a body 7 feet long, strongly framed and top i roned
with two solid panel spring back cushion and back of a good quality of
leather. We also have five solid ash sills running the full length of the
body The gear has a split reach; the reaches' are hollowed out under
neath and a f bar of steel is used full length passing through the head
block and reaches and fastening on rear axle. Reaches have no holes
through them, but are clipped; a genuine wrought iron fifth wheel with
rear king .bolt. This job is handsomely painted and striped.
Price with pole ,.$60 00
We give the regxilar carriage maker's guarantee with all goods, which 1 i
as good as can begot from auy house on earth except the Farmer's 'Suppl-f
, Associations guarantee, which is an absolute guarantee to all our patrons.
Capital Carriage, No. 34 and. 57
. 13th St., Lincoln,
vented the crushing of McPeters. A
small opening at one side permitted
the carrying on of conversation and a
two-inch rubber hose was let down
to convey water and food, to the im
McPeters finally extracted himself
from the broken boards, but as he
gained his feet and stood erect an
other fall ' of sand buried him to the
neck. , He got the end of the hose to
his mouth, when again came a cave-in
and the top of his head was two feet
below: the surface of 4 the sand. The
rubber tube gave him air. and water
and food were poured in when he
asked for them." ,
A second well .was completed oy the
rescuers and a tunnel was cut to the
shaft in which McPeters was a pris
oner. The walls of the' tunnel were
boarded up and the sand dug away un
til the man was released.
If our object in building a navy Is
for purely defensive purposes, ,the
navy Is certainly increasing as rapidly
as need be for legitimate uses. Ow
ing to the position of the United States
she does not need to be burdened with
the crushing expense of a hugn navy
unless imperialistic ventures are also
on the program. There is no more
reason for maintaining a good navy
than for having a large army in this
country, because millions of men
would spring to the country's defense
in the hour of need, while it requires
years to build a modern warship. The
policy of running a race with Ger
many, France or England, in building
an enormous navy, is sheer foly, and
Body long and roomy. Seat raber
and body of one piece. So consitiructed
as to make it the strongest and most
durable of any high grada vehicle. Pan
els are of poplar and sills and I'rame-
work of ash Seat one inch wide:: than
regular buggy. Six seat irons extending
down seat full length and corner irons.
Two more irons on bur seat than the
Back of solid panel and detachable,
or can detach top, leaving back on.' Gear
made of thoroughly seasoned hickory;
full reach irons; genuine Dayton fifth
All braces are hand-made, wrought
iron. Axles, steel, double collar, an
tail, substantial steel, and ewedged. 15
16 by 1 inch; apparently very light.
Axle caps are glued on, making the axle
perfectly smooth. ' All clips and bolts
used are genuine Nor way iron. r
. WHEELS 38 and 42 inches high,
Sanvin" patent,' fully bolted between
each spoke. The tires are set by hand;
wheels are j fellow in width andli inch
deep, making a, very strong, durable
wheel, and is strictly first-class hickory.
All spokes are Bplit from the timber
not sawed leaving them all straight
SPRINGS 36-inch, best grade, oil
tempered steel; very soft and pliable;
three leaf in front and four leaf in rear.
TRIMMINGS All! cloth t used in
photographs, so if you want anything la
It is dangerous folly. The possession
of a formidable navy provides an ir
resistible temptation to use It, aad It
also furnishes an excuse for saddling
the country with war taxes. An over
grown navy owned by a peaceful coun
try Is an evil in itself, and it brings
menace of still greater evils in its
The policy of this country should be
to build a navy large enough for de
fense, and then stop, regardless of
what France, Germany, Russia, Eng
land, or any other nation is doing or
intends to do. If our purposes are
pacific, we shall not need a great navy;
and if we are attacked we shall be
gafe. The Imperialistic fever which
has infected the navy board should be
suppressed. Philadelphia Ledger (Re
publican). Keep Your Mouth Shut
A dispatch which was printed in all
the papers from San Francisco says
that Prof. Edward A. Ross, head of
tbe department of economics In Stan
ford university, has been compelled to
resign by order of Mrs. Jane Stanford,
widow of the founder of the university.
This was because the professor spoke
against coolie immigration and in
favor of city ownership of water and
gas plants and street railways. Mrs.
Stanford is a large employer of Chi
nese and Japanese. Ross was recently
given a medal by the international In
stitute of sociology. He is 35 years
old and has made a reputation by hia
work In economics. Mrs. Stanford
thought his views might Injure stocks
she held. .. ?
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