i!ii?if i'z itz jv jv v v xv xv v xv xv xv xv , xv xv ,,, x,x x,x ,,x x ,,x ,,y , ,,x ,tK , , ,-tf yf . ; . jf .; . ... . I WILL WED A BRITISH SOLDIER 1 jAitliHiitl !lv Vii'iii'i it vfi .Civ xv xV XV V V XV xVxV xV XV x,x ,(x ,,x ,,x ,,x Xix ,,. x ,,x x ,x ; i, 't V V ;;t: y) 'n f .1 i ' LADY NAYLOR-LEYLAND. Very numerous and beautiful have oeen the American women who have married into English nobility, but none more brilliant or more beautiful and accomplished than Lady Naylor-Ley-land, who was Jennie Chamberlain of Cleveland. O., and who was the most superb beauty in the Prince of Wales' very exclusive set for several years. Miss Chamberlain was taken up by the smart set when she married the prince's most intimate friend. Sir Hubert Hu-bert Nayior-Leyland, and at the wedding wed-ding thero were far more royal' personages per-sonages than commoners. She became one of the two great leaders in London society .ife and her town mansion, Hyde Park house has been the scene I of London society's most brilliant funor tions. There the Prince of Wales spends a great deal of his time, and the Princess of Wales has been long Lady Naylor-Leyland's most ardent friend. A year ago Sir Hubert died, and now it is announced that Lady Nayior-Leyland is engaged to Lieut Reginald Ward, fourth son of the earl of Dudley, who is a member of the Royal Horse guards aud is now in South Africa. Lieut. Ward is 27 years old and his fiance 31. Her late husband hus-band left her an immense fortune, and besides her town house she has a magnificent mag-nificent country housr at Colclester. She has one son-. wh'- was bora la 1890.