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lliss Florence Padelford Engaged to His Sun and Heir. :age to the- Hor.. and heir of urv, will ? - i a.111 bia famlly; for : bomaa ? e Rngllsh Lega .- . u Wii'. ? Mlnlster to tnas Grosvenor bls . lisb bar, Al l of ? " " . Miss il thirty-eight years of iptaln ln the army through _3 war. His father. Lord ' al Marquls of I leath have an i i hatelalne in .-???? Padelford. tlful ; lacea ln Hertford f - laa of Italian ar '? - illy lt bctongad to After the battle of i it tO John de Vere, ance atrlcken at being ? nf < inda, reatorad it on his the i nka At the tlme when Henry the j roperty of tha i*e I gned. along . " bouae of Russeli. I ... B ipled for a time King Henry therii An - ??; tliere for J ? ' KS . . - '? ad it from the Rnaaella for I - ' omouth, and when ' bla bead on the _n-aff<!.- after his effort to I from his uncle, Jamea : - arldow. ? -> Anne, ane_st___aa of I Lused the ' ' great park to be lopped off In t?> - _ ] sotna of the onks were al r -... iih age when Archbb : ls wont to whi _-._?._ there Barl ? ' Warwiek. aurn_un-d _.'..-? nd rtrayed by Bulwer L>_r_ ton as ' The Last of the Barons " King Henry VI tr.d Kinp Edward IV also frequently stayed tbera : raaned under the treea toma of arhlch ara death of the arldowed ii Monmoutb ar.d of Baocleoch - tld to a man of tha name of Benjamin ; " i who bad aequlred an enormoua Bea Buhble and who cs-.sed ? tnost entirel] rel ::lt ae - Camoaa Italian Blal by P:r Wllllam aa__a nt poaaaaaor. ua landscape Brown." and through the ? Park came te Lord Ebury's I rhi ch the D w- s the :n OF THE G____aSV____aTOBB. _ ' regaj-_ to tha Grosvanora they are of a ---. and their pedigree i nnquestloned I who ram- over fTom France to Eng ?:" their Iroave ~ ?- ra all Bpee_k in low, aoft rf - ia r.r.e dell no practice can bestow, ia aome oi a apt.y - .- -08. w probably tl e etr orlgin to E arried the only '. Alexander Daviea. I ... - in London la aaid that from tha proi ^v; ; ? ng the Great I . - wera i i limed ed mu ' ' " need r of a eelebrated : - I, km ??_? n as I Daviea waa marrl i l a ? ? lr isve ... t ref. rrlng to her . ? or contlnues a - - person - t I '.:.: k - ? e." MXh that arty ln Lond = to-day the moat fasbionabla - . ? waa valued _" ? t the death of the late ? ? Mary Gr rvei . - ' ? rother . .... ... _ - ter of Bd ? ? - ? M< Pheetera. of : from _at Cu f Sir fi and who had the very eva arried _r_n THE BICK. itt from hi? i> ararelgn bls ; eleaa, and it is pr te of wl e House, li ... _ ? trul ?.-??_. ; t ti ? * the King u '?_"??? E ward VII to ? ' ; ? - ' ? Ign to or dlgnitary of ' um. I iw tbe i ? .. I n thal .- ? i at on< _ ... ... ? . ry I dare ? ? .. atory J Prince - aater durlng waa prlmarily In on ri eord that _? aoon l take. ? ? ? Ince, ? - - ' . ? ilklng Hrsl tlma ? to tbe wi word. King Ed popular trai the duke'a ould abstaln fr- ra i ayii ' ' ? the .uke mlght ibout the m-ttter ::??.. tlon of Inquirthg before . woold be _igreeat.;e. Inatead of TO DE MOLETN'B. ? ? t De Molayna, of arhlch Lord lust at paoaant In tha Ameri arltb the exposure _____ "' '"?' go of a i arho hai Moleyna. aa Lord de : de Moleyna. it r*y '-?? Lereat to explaln that tha famlly v.as until 1MI _?? of Loi . Ventry bai Ing ..:? great-a _... n Thomas Mulllns. of Burnham, ed a baronatcy in 17_7 and 900 for i.la nervlces In etween England i- of ti.e nln< Ventry, true ti et holder of tho title, y'T.''" al) Home Bole mea-. a. a repreaentattva ; ? he deecended from a who came over with ? i and foug ? i. extr-mely rd B-irka paaaaa over these ??? BUeaoe, aad glvea In hia .'. Fr.d-rl-k Wllllam Mui 2_i__'1 ' d fcr Err lr *'*- re:*:. r.t King Wllllam III. as the . fcJ2__Jl obera of tha bouae in more ? waa i >a la'* Judga Tbeanas <i? of tba flrat Lord Ventry. who ;.J^J*V rr.e.-in _re was known ? I "fltlky Tom of ar araa a eelebrated beauty, ?'",'1 kto_"..' nsglar war with ber *_rv' ?*J;-' ,h" Hon Edwurd Mulllna Buat lauL*' -er \f-r. ^?, ? ' ampu _M?r !l ^ a.tt witn all s*..-ts of aatraorUixia-y ..dvaatureB. two of her chlldren teirig born la Bpain during the war one of them after tl.e lcss of her leg. She nv.i to an extreme old age, heing nearly nlnety **iieri she died, universally beloved by reason of ner undly wlt and eunny tomi-r. It was the third Lord Ventry. father of the pres ?:. Who Becured a royal llcense authorizln. nim t<. change hla patronymio from "MullinB" to -?? Moleyns." ard the famlly haa been au io so much criUciam, and even ridicule, ir. . uon with the atep that I am convlnced they must i have alncerely reKr?-tted lt. LORD CBAVEN*S ANCESTRAL HOME. American dollars, whlch have furnished the mi ana tral hoi of the ; British aristocracy, are now contributlng to almllar ; work of reatoration at Coombe Abbey, the country ; f"a' ?'?? ? ' ? ? ? try of Lord and Lady Craven, aon n-___w and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Mar? tin. of New y..rk. who, deeply devoted to thelr ' daughter and very fond of their son-ln-law, have I given large aums of money for'the restoration of the ; fortunes of the Earldom of Craven. In fact. it la itood thnt Coombe Abbey ls being enttrely fed at their expenae. Once n great Claterclan monastery, it haa been since 1611 ln the possesslon I of the Craven famlly. and Prlnceaa Ellaabeth, . dauahter of Jamcs I. and si. ter of Charlea I, spent . much of her pirlriood and received hrr education there. Only when tt became known that it v.as ; part of tbe gunp. wder plot conaplracy to abduct ; and carry her to London, and there to de. la ! Queen, was she removed to Coventry for Bafety. I'r!n.-.?ss Bllsabeth Bubsequently became Q-,;r. .. of Bohemla and the mother of Prlnce Rupert, the > cavaller(leader or th.e forces of his uncle Charles I agalnat Oliver CromwtelL his brother Prlnce Maurl -. who li.-ip be^n made the hero of many a : buccaaeerlns romance, being drowned at sea in a abipwreck. Queen Ellaabeth pf Bohemia was through her | youngest daughter the grandmother of King George I o* England, and the an.-estress. therefore, j of Kinp Edward, to whom he ls lndebted for hla j connection wlth the House of Ht-.inrt. After the restoraiion of irer nephew Charles II to tho throne I Queen i;'.!za. eth of Bohemla returned to Er--;; ind aad made her home at Coombe Abbey, tha home of her youth. as the guest of i-.rr o)\ frlend the flrst ] Lord Craven. whoae father had been Lord Mayor j of I_ondon. 8he died there In 1662, and although II la itmed that she married tiie _r?;, Lord j t'raven after the denth of tho Kins of }; j-et Bamuel Pepya, who frequently refers to her ln his "Dlary,* makea no mentlon of any auch union. ' whlch, wlth bla fondneaa for goastp, he would un ' doubtedly have .lor.e had there been ar.y founda t ??. for tiie atory. Coombe Abbey la full of rellca of this Queen of 1 Bohemla ar-d of treasur.-s which si:-- 1 rought back ; from tl a Continent on returnlng after the death of the K-.r.u. of Bohemla to spend the remalnder "f her days In the land of her birth. But lt la ridicu '? lous to describe her aa the ancestrc-ss of 1 he pres? ent I_,.rd iraven. or to Insist that through her he has any Stuart blood ln hls velna, for, as I have polntod out above, ln the flrst pln<-e tiu-re ls r.o >f any marrlage havlng exlsted between her and tbe flrst Lc.rd Craven, and, eecondly, tiie latter la on record as havlng died without Isfuo. his Barony of Craven aml tiie Coombe Abbey estato going to l-.is grandnephaw, William Craven. THIS MOLTKE NOT A COUNT. Frederick von Moltke, the new Mlnlster of the Interlor in Prussia. has r.o nobiiiaiy title, an.I ls a aon of Adoiph von Moltke. the youngeat nnd fa brother of the famoue f.ei._ marshal. Adolph died in Jtaiy in M7I as a chsmberlaln of the King of Denmark. His eide.t son Bucceeded to the title of count of his uno!.. the fleld marshal, an.i ? latter's property, and oommands the military dls? trlct of Hanover Another aon la General Heunuth von M iltke, 3taff of the 1 ;t man army, and wbo ?aa the favorlte alde-de-camp of his lllustrloua uncle H- . too, hns no n title. There are atlll two other brothers, namely, Frederick von Moltke, the new Minister of l ter'.-.r. snd Ludwig von Moltke. General ?'ount Cuno von Moltke, who was ? ly compelled to aever his oonnectlon with tv tary f the Emparor as .-_ result of ??rp-Harden controveray, belonga to ati entirely diff^rent branch of ti.. famlly. Ir. tact, it is neeessary to g-o hao_ aimost two bundrad ? r to estal Ush his relat.onshlp wlth tl r of tiie Interlor. FYederick von Moltke is rr.amed to the daughter of a rich merchant of Magdeb'irg, r.amed Zuckachwerdt, and is qulte rich. MARQUISE DE FOOTENOV. FROM MABLBOKOUGH TO BELLEVUE. Woman, Saying She Is Countess. Suffers from Hysterical Alcoholism. Mrs Vlolet Coi nelly, who saya she is a co Ib ln Beilevue Hospltal aufferlng I alcoholism. Mrs, Connelly arrlved ;it tha Marl borougfa Hotei on Wedneaday afternoon i.nd repis tere.j _s Miss Conroy, New Orleana later moana wera I -:g from her room, an.I on inv- II was found I lous. VVh. tr- nr the hi -;??' ii '?'? 1 eaid ahe araa I iken '?? on a train on I _t wa; Mi ntr. al to Nea York., and ad ta .. . . z- ?'. I-- ti ??? h apital autl woman br ? tl ere on April 12. 1306 ? I -- from a ali I dlag r.os^d ai "'? At thal _U later taki to t ? Mra. Connelly'a actlona -'ir-.d tiie diagnosla of her ? ? hospltal ? i.n attempt to be made 1 ? .ke the little j.-;. ber. The case waa fought ln the Children'a Court, - ourt, _ bere It la Ing. NEW HEAD FOE UNION COLLEGE. The Eev. Dr. Alexander, of This City, Elect? ed Temporary President. Schenectady, N. V . July IS -At a f:.<???:_! meeting of the trusteea of Union College to-day the reala naiion of Lr A V. V. Raymond as prealdent was : the Rev. Dr. George Alexander, pas tor of the Unlveraity Plsci Presbyterian C >-f New ifork, waa elected temporary president ln ??. 1 >]-. Alexander refuaed to r.. .-..i.t tho ? a eommlttoe was appointed t-. seiect a euccessor to Dr. Raymond, who has accepted the pastorate ?:;iii Church. of Buffalo. and will lake up hla dutles -.if.r a trip to Euroiie noxt monl ? OMAHA PIONEER DROPS DEAD. Omaha, July ic William A. Paxton, sn. ploneer and miliionaire business man. dropped dead at his home to-nigbt Mr. Paxton _as born la Springfield. k> . seventy yeara ago. He was em ployed ln the constructlon of the military road be? tween Omaha and Balt Lake, and later was <.n of the coatractora who built the Union Paclflo Rallway. He made a fortune ln the cattle bual THE WEATHER REPORT. nmrii-i fierord md fOiawaat?Waahingten. July 19. ._ t r.a--' >-1 ar.-1 warni weather contlnuea east of tba , i Rlver. and the l.:*rh _?m__:-rnt.ir.-.i have ex - Into New Enarland Ther?. wem tho usual aummer thundertrt rme, dllfaiina from tho othera of th- !a?t few ? ?_?.. ...-.:?. ln U_elr _____ ai__r__-ti-__ They omtlnu-i gen - .,_.-..-r. in ?he Mld_lo Atiartl,- Stn'.M. wlill* th* Hout'h' ?-? ? itlvely free. In U>e Weat the weath-r iviifc moatif '??C.v and nmrm, rxrept ln tho r.ukotaa and il>. North Paclfl. Btataa arhara there were Bhow-ra. wlth ? .r.-a. war* I-Yi-ay ln th. ICddlo Bouth At ' Btataa. probably c..rrinuln_ Batur ^av in tba two latter .iatrlcta. Tliarr -v 1 i I alao l* Bboarera Friday ln tba Oblo Valley. t<____vad by fnlr areathcr Baturday Blaawhera ?h_ ireatbar ?-..! .... gen arally fair _rndajr and Baturday. Ta-nparatura .-";?""; wt' not l? decld-Kl. Tba -rtnda along the .Now l.ng!_nd ? riia' _' ' b_ 11k!.t to freaii and inoatly Bouthurat to neat Middla Atlantic .-oaat. !l_i.l to freah aad ? UMMiab moatly aoutbwaat: _-.uih Atlantic coast. _*_* to traab and moatly Southwast ex.-aja ^-ar.al.lo _n tho Kiorida coaat: OMi oo___. I_gb< to ftaah a?l moa?y _______ on the lower lakes. ilsht and varlaUe; _i._?r lakra.' llglit ?o 'r<rh ?nl vnriable Steameni d-partlng l-'niav for Buropeaa l^rU wlll hava lii-V.t to ftreah arlnda, moatly aouthwaat, _!th partly ireatbar to tba 3ra__ H_nk?. Foreeaat for _p_clal l_ocalltle?.?For ihe Dlstriet of Columbla. Marylan.l and Delaware. partly clouJy to .lay. probahiy _____??_? Ratur.lay. partly ctoudy; varlahlo wtada r - New J_raey ..t.'l Ka.-t?rn P?nnaylvan!a. partly rjoudy to-day. probablj ?hoavara: gatitrday iart!y cloudy; wir.da moatly poutl warni and Hsi-.t. .... F'.r r.BRi.rn N?w York. partly clou.ly to_.^ay ar.I J-at - urday; arlnda _v_-?lv aouthweat ?nd llght. Fnr Naw Knglanl. partlv cloudy to-day anl Sat-irdiy. conUnued warm: HKht te freah aouth to weat wlnda. j..,, ';-^?f.rn Pannsylvaala and Weatern Now Vr.rk. gen? erally falr to -lay and Saturday; varlatvel win.ia. I.orral Olllrlal Iterord.?The following ofl.--lal rerord f.-.m the Weatber r.ur-eea abOWB the changes In the tem par_.__._re f'.r the laat lanaty fr-':r hours, ln c-^raparlsjn with tt-.e cutreap---d_aa *ate of ia?t year: ll_k. 1I...7 I lr>?l. ieo-7 o- r,| . 13 l? _ p m. M 75 ll ?. .7il 74 ft p m. 7. 75 .*?> . 78 Tl. 11 p- li.. 7fl 75 ,;! ?. .. .i ae ta p. m.75 m?r.e?t camperstura jreaterdB" w degreea: _>?raat, 74. - e-a'a *_.' avera?a foi corr?a;,onding d*t? of inat year. -^ "a.?r_t-"' t ' correasendlag aata ot laat tblrty ::.:?_ "l_..__i ioriraat- Partly cloudy t?-?_ay ______ 6?_u___?_r. w___a i?ootly aoutbwaat aad 1 _.-_. ARBITRATIOX REASONS. SPEECII BY MR. CHOATE. Dr. Drago Defends His Doctrine? Spain's New Desire. The Hague, July 18.?The sitting of the peace conference to-day has beon one of the most Important yet held, both for lnterest in the ques tions discussed and for the powerful speeches dellvered by Joseph H. Choate, Luts M. Drago, of Argentina, and Perez Triana, of Colombla, whlle in additlon Spain made a declaratlon whlch attracted much attentlon as revealing the desire of tho Hpanish government to assume a kind of moral tutelage over tho L_ttln-American countries. Spain's declaratlon says that that country nd herea to the principles of moderation. whlch In splred the American propc.sltlon llmiting force for the collectlon of public debts, these being the principles that the government and the Klng have followed and will always follow. "Spain sees to-day," lt says, "as an accom pllshed fact what she has ardetitly deaired stncc tho last conference, Bamely, tho presence at The Hague of tho representatlves of the Latln Ameiican nations. whlch aro slsters of ours i;i language and ln race spain is disposed to ac? cept every proposltion tonding within tho liinlts of International law to facllltate the legltlmate and peaceful development of tbe Spanlsh-Amer Ican republics. Tho doctrine just enunclated bj Ita llluatrious author, Dr. Drago, was not in cluded ir. the programme; therefore, it could n I obtain our support, but as an earnest pi against possible wrong from the use of force lt deserves all sympathy." In closing; his address J.jso-,,h _. Choate made an eloquent appeal t>- tho nations to entor Into a general convention, which oughl to ho entlrely dlstlnct an.l fndependent, for tho settlement of disputed questions arislng in arbitratlon. "At the proper tlme," be said. "we shall nsk for nn opportunlty to explaio our views on tho project we offered for fortifying tho present Permanent Court of Arbitratlon and for the organisation therefrom of a trlbunal whlch shall compel tho confidcnce of nations and ho the necesaary serjuel to the general arbitratlon agreement whlch wo now offcr." REASONS FOR ATTITUDE. Mr Choate had prevlously st.-ited reasons that had induced tho American c:..y. rnment to propoaa a general treaty ..f arbitratlon. "The dangers and mlachlef threatenlng the world from constant preparation for war and the accumulattlon of arma," ho said, "havi rhat mltlgated by th< excellent work of ? Peace ( onference tn recommendtng ar bltratlon t.> the nations as a substltute for war Bnd th< ihtnent at The Hagu. i ;' a per? manent court. "Since thla tlme great eventa have occurred and two terrible wars, which lnfllcted untold mlserles upon many nations. bave ie.i to Inter? national agreements of arbltratl >n, and ln pairs. There is no reaaon why nations that agree by each other or two by two ahould not agree all together to exi thlng." Mr. Choate then roferred to the excellenl ? Inathla dlrectlon by tbe Pan-Amerlcan con ? '??'.> xico ( Ity and Rio da J 11 waa under tho?,. circumatances, b< the T'r.lted Statea proposed general arbitratlon treatles correspondin? ln form and substance to any indlvidual treatles whlch had beei tered lr.To, Includlng tho* Unlted States in 1904, but resei oate to take part m anv s; s lal agrei whlch might .-ury for c I treaty Into effecl ln partii ular casea. Mr. Choate'a remarks were Interr i| ??? : by tho applause of his baarers, an i whi n I - ?. I ?? ?'? is warmly congral ? many of the dologates. I>K DRAGO'S ARGTJMENT. Tho matter of the collectlon of .h-i.ts occupled ' ? Luis M Drago (Argentlne) dellvered grgumentative F'^.^rh ln supp ' ? be taken by tha of the American proposal whlch allows appes foroo for tho executlng ' bltral awards. By the acceptance of such l ?r Drago contlnui the nlze war as an ordlnary ;. nnd thi legltlmate war. This would be contradlctory to the i :?: >ses of i ; ? ? itlon of the I n to tho employrnent of armed force '? lection of any Klnd I ;?? ruvlan d< haa proper.*. | i lowlng amei : ... Itlon: "The prin IsaVl by this pi ? tlon cann it be applled to dlfferences b ? ?? ..--!= beiween tho goi country and tho forelgn subjects of ai when the contracts provlde that these dlffer? ences n-.ust be submltted to the Judges of local tribunals." The Veneauelan delegatlon prosonted a dec? laratlon on tho samo subject, tnnklnir tho same ,,?.),., tlon as Peru, wlth tho nddltl-m that ln caae no contract exlsts nll dlplomatlc means of reach lr.c: an understandlng muat bo tried before re courae ls had to the permanent court of arbitra? tlon. Tho Venezuelan declaratlon ends with these words: "It is understood that said dlfferences are to be settled through peaceful means without re to coerclve measures implying th ployment of mllltary or naval forces." Tho commitToo .'.onllntr with tho bomhardment of undefended towna and vlllagea approved to day the Italian proposltion forbldding such acts LTpon leaving the sitting Brlgadler General Davis, one of the American delegatea, remarked: "Since the tlme of Jullus Cneear no examplo ex lats of an undefended town being bombarded, but the conference took three weeks to reallzo it." Tha American delegatlon has presented to the peace conference the following proposltion: "If for any reason a captured neutral vessel cannot be tried. the vessel inust bo released." TJRGES METHODIST WORLD UNION. _. W. Perks, M. P., Would Have the Chureh Grapple Questions of the Day. London, July IS.?At the annual conference of the Wealeyan adherenta, sitting In Wealey Chapel. Robert W. Perks. Member of ParUament for Lincolnshire. to-day presented the important proposltion tliat the tlme had arrlved wfoen the Wealeyan forces throughout the world should blnd themaelvea wlth a mighty bond and grap? ple wlth tho great economlc and social Questions of tho day. He suggested the establishment of Methodlst bureaus ln all ports of tho world to deal wlth the questions of emigratlon and un employod labor, and to build up a practlcal loan soclety and savlngs bank and other kin dred lnstltutlons for mutual aid. Mr. l'erks declared that Methodlsm was a vast religlouH freemasonry wlth world-wlde riches and resources, only wantlng the proper ma? chinery to become a treir.endous confederacy for mutual self-help. No action was taken on the proposltion thu3 presented, but the conference was greatly lm pressed wlth lts posslbillties. ?-? \ HOLY COMMUNION NOT FOR SALE. The rumor that tiie property of the Chureh of the Holy Communlon. at Slxth avenue and 20th street, was on the market was denied yesterday ln a statement from the Rev. Henry Mottet, tha roctor. It was explained that in accordar.ee wlth tho st-t'jte consent was recelved from the Supreme Court to piace a lien on the property In order to clear the tltle. The orlginal deed of the property contained a condition that it should never be used for anything but chureh purposes. "All this proeeeding," says the statement. ld ihat lf the situation should ever arise in the future whereby it should become imperative for us to move our title would be in such a good condition that we could do so without great UDtn^i-i t___." ODD THINGS IN THE NEWS. AMBIGL'OUS. From Er.gir.errirg Newa A correspondent ser.ls us an advertisement for proposals readlng as follows: "Baltlmore, June ?? ifOT. "Prnposals wlll be recelved by tho Board of Baltlmore city to en t a building, to < g illdlng No. 1. at Baltlmore City Councll." Perhaps tho wrlter of the ab< ? "ment had in mlnd recent eventa at Pan Franclsco. ? NAVAL OPIUM EATERS. Fi m 1 ..? Loi | The questlon of the use of oplum in the army an.l navy contlnui il of anxlety to the Frei it is i thi Minister of Marlne first to k action bi the . but the vi Ists and the Min? ister has fell ire war ? It. The dlsclpllnary m< isures ordered agalnst those found :?? indulge li oplum are now red in- re sevei ? !?. :? ed, the duty of dealing wlth such casi s la removed from all ordl? nary processes, and every man, of whatever grade, found under tho Influence of oplum, ls to be rei ort <??! dlreet to the Mlntsl ne. Even personally responalble for neglect of thi sphere rlty. OIL IN ARTIFICIAL LAKES. Star. In the Gli -' south of here, tbere aro lakes of nll ln whlch ml I arrels ar- stored. lakes are reallj ? l inka Tl ??? long. from 160 to 400 feet wlde ?v ni prooucers to aecure aieei ii:::i^s. nn oll is turned Into them rlght from l Ther.' waa,fear i t fire t >r a '<? ' the two - ? Iu June, whlcl destroyed several ind in whi h several wells were struok by liRlitnlnK. left the ol! lr earthern tankage un the fi -i" of rapld fle ..... ... : ? ? ? heoreticnl. ? rown up and covered ln some places .?? ittom of the tank ui . r four Inches of water to ? oil. -a> TORPEDO USES REVERSED. From Tho Troy Times. Torpedoes are r .mmonly supp a< '. to he a means t li ed to save ships. Fire i steamer, ? waa In a falr wav t.. ??? d untll Bor roadstead, i nd s mk ln ahallow water i ,?? i,. :sn<l ir v. as mi iney ; ers I up, Inst a A CIRCUS VICTIM'S MEMOR!AL. urnaL ..... ? . ? _.? t-.,os ln the vldn lty of < iorham, M Ids, who v elnn thr >wn from a S. pper." of New Vork, the Thla vonr tln ed bj Ihe E er P Iterl ln Norway last week. MISSOURIS FARM NAME LAW. From The T "ti.-a ' ? n exclusl sa is not ? ? i valua trade mark. Es names are regard ta ol value Ib n .- - ? rk.-t. VALUABLE ELDERBERRY PATCH. North . ? -i. re. pol !? ttings mosl ' -av KROMAROGRAPHE, MUSIC TYPEWRITER. Laurenz K ? Wlth ? ? ? - . ? . n the The m.i ? . PETS WITH POSSIBILITIES. I Ity J . : ' ? inn men. T t thei , . ? : A MASSACHUSETTs' RELIC OF SLAVERY. V rellc ? ? " > ralsed ? ? ? ... . - to the i ...... - . Ung nf .'..!.. - ? - - re 1 . the town of I - -? INCANDESCENT TRAIN LAMPS. From T o Lond i (llobe i ;.?!?!?. electrlclty ls used. acetj - acent gas i At lasl tl ?? dlffl ilty ha - mounted by Ing of an I I - i rslal the shocks nnd ira of rallwaj o.irrlPp;. B on ' lulpi ed wli ' urnps. PLAN WIRELESS MESSAGE SHOWER. "Carragan Is Coming Home!" Cry Friends Who Arange Novel Welcome. Carragan ls comlng home. The persona bandle wlreli gea would tlke to know Ing regardlng Carragan. Identity and why such a atock "f measagea has 1.n lefl wli . to bombard him with aa the Mlnnetonka, whiofa salled from Laondon on July 12. comea Into port In drug drcles here everybody knowa Carragan. Bldney 11. Carragan. When he ? ln the spring to spend a vacation ln Europe that ? ? known to hta buslness associatea and \\ r_ o re ?? Ived here Carragan that he hnd atudied French whlle away and thoughl he was able to talk thal language falrly well. 4 and asaociatea decided t<> try to rragan I rget i '-s knowled the French language. ??i..i ua bombard him with wlreleaa messagea," auggaated Thomaa J- Keenan, assoolate editor ot "Tl... American liniKKlst." aud this suggestion was Immedlatelj acted upon. So Carragan is to ba bombarded with wlrele a messagea ln hope tliat ho wlll talk only Enjrllsh. HELD UP IN UNION SQUARE. Man Says Two Highwayinen Took His Money Away from Him. .'> man giving the euphonious name Camllllo Clmillo, who s.i>s h.i lives at No. 515 Eaal uth. street. was held up and rohbed in Union s iuare about aoon yeaterday of bis savlngs, amountlng to $no. by twe young men Cimlllo, who U7i* a wife and ten chlldren, aald ba was on his way to put the money ln a .?.mk. He went down to Becond avenue aud i^t atreet to tranaacl aome buslness, and be thinks he waa overbeard to saj thal he was going to the bank. At any rate, he said two young men began to follow blm shortly after he left thla piace, and when ba had reached Uth atreet al Union Square they atepped ln fronl ot blm and t,.!.i him they were i Fnclals of I ?? bank he was going to and U ho would give them the money they would save him trouble. Cimlllo refuaed, he aaid, and the two men grabbed him. While one held blm by the threal tha other reached Into. hia pocket and got the money. They got awa* In tha crowd before the police arrtv-d. a FUNERAL OF EDWARD MORGAN. Hempstead. Long Island. July lt.?Edward Mor? gan. father of M'.s August Belmont, who died on Tuesday at his home in West 135th street, Now Tork, wlll be buried to-BBorrow at Greal Neck, Long laland Mra Bessle Morgan Belmont died in Paris. Augusl Belmont and i '? ~r- Jr., Mor? gan and Raymond, ?rill attend the funeral and i tuen go to Southampton for the sumni-r. KING HELD FOR MURDER. Name and Record Learned of E.r Convict in Roscnheimcr Case. It became known yesterday that the ex-eonvlct now under arrest in the Tombs. wh.> la belleved to be lmpllcated in the murder of Juliua T. Kosen hein-.er in his rose carden at Pelham on Je is i;e,-,ree b. Klnpt. SherltT I__ne rf Weatcheater County has arran_ed to go before the ' -y Grand Jury _s soon as . K;np. m the m-an time. although he waa to two an.I a half y-iars in Btag Sins. for burglary by Judjje O'Sullivan ln New York on July 8, wlll remaln in the Toml S. It I Ki:._r I. '..-? :i ';?:'." in New York who ls un.hr snr -. The two n_ d are weil known crtm It is aaid thal t,. n talhff|a .-a thi 111o- murder to a certain person who the hablta of Mr. RoaaaheUaer, aad thal told a ben ? ur. Sheriff Lane aaid yeaterday that lt araa not known whether the men were In Pelbam on l June is. "They were i ot at the pla. tbey were on that night." he added. King baa aerved tfane i aaaaa ot .'.eorga and George Macy. He haa Westcbeater nd ifl well Imown ln - . Whlte Plalns, Tonkera and other ? citlea Early ia May ho waa releaaed from Stag after aervtng thne for a robbery con*" mltted at i' H. araa arreated on July R for dow of a Jewelry Btore at -N wlth a st. na -in.: Btealina half a doxen watchea He said tbat I e had eommltted tbe crime that he mlght ba sent to prlaon. "I want to get away," he sald. "until som over. If you guya wera wlaa you mlght g." OBITUARY. MRS. ANNA FREDERICA ALLIEN. Mrs. Anna FTedertca Alllen, wldow of Henry "?" Alllen, died on Wednesday in T'arts. ln the ? ninth year Mr. Alllen waa the I of th.e flrm of Henry V. Alllen & ' No. :.- Broadway. When he died. Alllen went to Europe many - 17th s*r-_. .. NORMAN F. CROS3. Westerly, R. I., Jul; F. Crose, of New Tork Clty. grandsoi modore CornaUua Vanderbilt, who ..ar. H< u-B, Watch HU known here yeara ol i. Mr. Cross waa a s-^n of Jamea Norman Croas, who marrii I '"r r,f Comm ' He wns a n_ i ?>.___.. Launl a an l Ra MRS. ANDREW HAMILTON. Albany, Julv 18 - Mra Andrew Hamtlten. wife of latlve counsel of the N. w Tovk Llfe Insurance "ompany, :- a few weeka Mrs. U known in this part of the atate. Several chlldren, hi r. -e>-? OBITUARY NOTES. Mrs HANNAH CHAPMAN BAU of r?r. '.? 1834 E ... - r !lf. she ? - I ter and a stei Dr. CHARLES HODGE BOARDMAN, eon of the late Rev. Dr. IL A. Boardman, of Phlladelphia, ,;..., v at his home, No. ___ ?Tth _a born in Phll - ? . - Ivanla b ? ? FRENCH NOVELIST DEAD. rar! . July 1s- -He< tor H- nrl ' ?? -v ellst, NEWSBOY MEETS DEFE.lT. * - Ringing Bclls Gets the Blue and a Leg on Challcnge Cup. ? Atlai ?? ? lewa ? moua Wli dsor - ; " . Mr V - - - ? nted, for ? - NEW YORK LIFE PAYS PERKINS CLAIM Widow of Kansan Delays Answer tc Request of Mutual Company for Autopsy. i Lawrence, Kan., July 18.?_J H. Perklna iey. to ? y of New Y ?rk, ln n - ita ,i::r?-r tO-d Bhe _ .. I of Mr. offlce of the New 1 w llliam Hui branch. "We will pay evei that Perkina i arrte l in -? HARVARD STUDENT ON HONEYMOON. Charles 1 of John S candy . on hla honeymoon on I '< '?i'-ur -.. ... The young man ha_ not coi Btudlea at the Harvard Laa B < n _? tting married before I tbat .uld make a trip he had , this month. Many ol Mr. Huyler*a f New york and Boston were at There i of tbe t rid.- ? ville N" C. She waa rormei ,,!,. ' -. ? will mall .a FTance nnd Great Brlti wlll Uve in Boal ?;? Mr. I coaa j.jf..,. oi law -it Harvard University. *_SS-__aeet*B Vai-llltt l.a Pure. Food." Died. Itrntli uotlcea app._rl_B ln TIIE _______?. NK will he r_.publl_.b-_ in The Trl--.-i._l- Trt'mne m Itlumt extra cliurff _ Bettman Man P. W. Ha '"? jilark. Robert i ? Martha inn. Marj h S. Panj i r E. MeGo'wan. Henry Qulnn. Cathi McKeon, Blaanor ebfoaa, Mar. M y irv Ii Dluisaa. Martha M. Moraaa. Edward. ^____ BETTMAN At ber hoaaa Na 11 WlHoi. ava., ,;i. N. J. on Thursday. Julj 18. 1907, Mary; .:;. Wlll.ur, wife of J. M \al.' ki __? ^t bla i-iamtr bome. Bla .r New : ___.n.h-n Conn.. -_-__? 1". I"0". in his ?... >far, ,- Black. tiushar.l ot Mary .. Wetherbee Blaeb. Funeral aarvloea wlll ba. h--;J at tba !!:_;. rlal pieabytertan Cbureb Pelhaaa Manor, N V ?0 at u a m Special can win ba attacbed ie I Grand Cantral Statl n for Pa ban al l...< . a m.. r-turnln? at ______ .... a_-_tt ar? rlval of train. Intemient prlvate. HKII-I'HIN -On Wadnaa-lay. Julj 17. at the reeMaaea of his alst-r. Mra. A P. I_.iv.rr.an. ln N.w Tork, At._re!_ Hellprin. ln tba BBtb J/aar uf hls a_;e Funeral aervlc-ea at N .. M0 M'fsr liii.th ar . on Fri.l.iy. a? 11:3.1 a m. Intarment nt tbe . ..tlv Klndly ,.n.!i Oomawa. I'hlla.l. lpiira rapera plfa.-^ i JOKCS At Ijimal. .1 l^s Kalna. Krance, Me__da_r, Julv l.\ 1007, K'.i::i-ti. SchernMrhoro J.-.r.e.-. .1au_tlitt-r of Fanny I.-.ier Jiii?:s and tba lati- KUw ar tl Jones. jfOOWAN?Oa Wedaeedajr. July IT. laer, Henrv Ma- ' Oowan. Funeral from hla late' reslrtenca. No. ."-Tl ' Dtiaaa avenue. Brooklyn. on Friday. l'Hh inat . !> !>> a. m : _ba_?ea ta tiie Cbaaeb of St. Vincent de Paul. j Ralatlvea, frlenila an.I memhera of Anselua Coun.il. No Mfl. K of C., are reapertfuiiy invlted M'KK."'N -ln Brooklyn. on Jaty l". i.-.t. Elaaaar, he ? Bdwa .I J Mi :<*? >a. at i:.r raaldence. No l .o Emeraon i'iaca. Funeral Suaday, July 21. l-OT. at 2 iv* ' Died, MAr.TlNE?At P-Ofl I i-. J 7y l-> It'"7. Mary El??beth, __i__i i al a.-.<| - ,- late r??i? ci?n e l, 3i. ... on SiT-i?ajr. - fl. N-v ?oi i iiw lla la ag?. t I_J? July 7.U. al . . -? tarrs 1 7>o ; .lauarhter of tha ?__ Funeral -?? ^nue. la is-j tflarj ?I Start?a. be and Annie M _ aml a nal from . .ako atre*t. Brookl ' "ea_a>-., i f -.ha ?? -nwtcri. | I i'.'in u. m. Interment at Woodlawn at lenca of the in.:. July 17. 1907. Maraaret Ei. F?nei_l ?. r i. ?? a; h-r Uth at.. Frllay. J .!>? 19>. ?t 1 - QUTNN?On ??__. r>au?h I : la st_ Tere? . - 7 7. MaaT, Mary .ra Fuaoral - ?, No tSSflj i stroat. E *i?nlng ac S r, N Y . on Sa'ur *->rt!. bfllovi trvteefl w.li . . n. v.. N EL A H. R. B t ____________ THE HIHIKl.in > < KMETERY. t? roadlb , ?-?_, r.-,-^ r-IM - ter ar 1 .ler-iru A\?nue troUeya and aaaaaag I Offlce. _i> r. ? . . rjty. I MIIKT ______ FKVVK F r\MPF.EI.I. I'l. Ml-J W-sr 23d S_ Special Notices. To the Employer. QT'IPK? BAVE TIME AND ___F__*SE by cnnsultlng: : irants for ... Jaa. beea . ? THE NEW Y"RK ' TRIRPXE. Xo. ? tway, aa. to 6 pm. POSTAL IXFORMATION, RE GARDING 1NCOMING AND OUTGOING MA BE FOUND WITH THE SHIPPING NEWS OX PAC.E 8. Trlbune >uh??-ription Katea. THE ag-flflai la - -1 ?a oftea .- '-< . taa i-.i the?i . \T. 7. ? DA1L.T. ..LY. .centa l>ome-ri.- Katea BT : __CC For a - i : WEEKLY: _:ris. "^ .. .-.-?. Jlia> .^'.x .V K_T FARMER: M tha %_sa !__C: ' .'VI.Y. 25 : ex Three Montha ?2 .*> P-. Jl 04 - - A ? : 7_Y and . - ? ???. I m ___? R.ttea. Jl '"?3 J-"* IS?? __ ,-i 0* tfv-Y: dai: 7s *: M I j...) I ? M B-U I ? --7.Y. 7* Sl 33 Katea t.> gaajaaa?l Tonntrlea -. %-eraai naUad at tha S-? ?2 ? | 14 ua - , - - _. - i *l 31 . B gj ^ $l-i' '. ?_e_ Orflre-?. I Amert '. N. . aTreet. U \.-H.7. 1322 F X _______ No. Tika Broa '. BtrflOt. ^T'NE at . ? Das?flj iaa ? ."4 Na? O?I NE ta a c-invenieaS ... . - r-.ea. ? -. ilovard Hauaamaaaw B?ra. ? K?? ?? Georajax So tl Rua ?' .'? ;.rj. r riana ?? via . Vla > V^ntf.irt?, 1BA. N >. 2 Ferdt M\\...'?."?''.- ___r?ach'a Newa K_c?aaaja tnCK RSAIm_UI ahrc-4 tkt '.">AILT a?I SL'NDAT TRIBITTE on f.7* ln T.v.? r^adl.-.jf aaaaaa fli tha botala r.nmeil i r_fl Lancham - ? Hotol Met Tv^ H ?>?? i ! H^T*1. H. rrox ? Hotal. _, n - Lirerp H^'el. Tti:*i. -' '..3- Mi.1 lar.il r?rby; i': -n H "t-l. T?rei i ? ? ^-Tinenta! H-.^tal HOLLANl Hotol .ir-, ladaa T-fl Haatue; KTirhaaa, aaeb Hotol 91 imntat i?. H'-toI. arp ""-?ur Se?_ Iner.Tai Hotol Bertta: An*l? ? -- :. -' m v?l l .?'. Att ? i K?i-trh-f. \; x '.a i Tl ?flii-1!-X;?a ??mberah<?f N'ire fl Badao: Orand rho? BaeV-WBg-B Hotol d. a lla ia. Bninia lol Rusato. Hof, rre?<Vn. H-.Te| fjotal ^r.l^.1-k> rar'trv_ Rotel v*r H^tel Bar r?c-arhof. Cotoanae; B .-Te. Heldelbora;: ti .te] r->:> ? At*?Tnt\ VNT? WWll'ZERl kXD H->r?l FrtaT^t. Vtenna; Grand IT.ito! Huna-rla Btirl?pa-t: Rotel ronttno-tfl?, _ma; Rotel Wtarla, Intor-Ow_: Hotel Wtorta. __?; Sflrres aa. tVeat En* ?H.-itei. . ir:-v.T'l. ri L_-???; Hotel tol J?aafraabltr-, Tateriaken: H->r.?' IS*. ??_??_; n.itel tV^imar Marten. Hotol Kllrirer. Marlenha.1; Hotel Furstenhof. ?Uu-tonbad: Horel Rea-i Stfla Umnw; Hn?l rl? '? Pal\. "len-va 11.->tel Natlonal. farlar?d: Hotel Haa nror. Carl_??I; Hotel Kr h. C_r_?__i Hotel Briatol. ?alzb'irT ITAT.V AJtP POt'TH OF FRANCE?Hot?l E_eotataa>. Rom^ "Irand Hotol. Ventco; Ot?ad H-re. Romo; Hotel Onl'.ia. Cannes: <"M Hote] Vllla i'Eafo. Oor Dobbto, i"omo; Oran.1 Hotel d'At-r. Atx-'.e*-3alTsT r-i'ar,-. H .Tel d_i _?lea?aaa ri-lcr?-F?rca- ?--?! Srlendld I_k-lator. Al? lea-BJinf fT"^' QirrrBflBl rre Hotel Royal. Rome. 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