Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, KS
Newspaper Page Text
WICHITA DAILY EAGLE Ail Supplement, Vol. 18, No. jj, Decembei io. 189.
t 1 f g tZZT T"-'-i ' '"TpiBMMBBWWMp!WiipdPBIMpMpWBfffP T" -r rTtffc"pWWr1wBBMBfl! -vLENHEIM CASTLE THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH'S RESIDENCE. fhi is the home of the presein Duke of M.u'boro 1 h who ; lrrecrkfl 1 s fr ' o'nr ous I -1 duke. His f.ither was one of the members of the "100 m Liuj.iihI, hoc acts make the ery name "duke an occasion or si tt r He cor Ju t- ,1 j r iM s i( n ut-a.iito I 5 leae the only course open for his w lie that of piocurui-C a dnoue fiom him. He then lsited Amenca, where he met an American widow (tormerJy Miss Lily l'rue.oi I roy, X. Y.) c w of eieat wealth, to whom he made "loe' and manied. The demands upon her pur-e in consequence of an attempt on her part to pay his debts or keep him eomg at bts'okl rate were of such a natme as would hae financially ruined aw ordinary person. I pon his death, which was a recent one, she, after having expended an enormous sum of money on restoring (Hike In ni tormer marriage 1 ne casue is ai preseni occupied ny nun aim nis moiner. anti it is in perletl repair, thanks to led to fascinate. If ever a lesson is to be taught Americans seeking foreign alliances for their dauchters, they should leruii it from the foiegoun; experience. Were OI 5ill.ll il IKlLUie clS HUUKI llilU lllJ.llIUI.lll lull"-" i" "'" this castle, was compelleil to acate m faor of the 011 of he (h the American widow whom his fathei's title of "d :ke ' seemec