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DIRECTION IN A WILL. ¡
Instructions that nbout £500 should bo spent on his funeral wero contained in tho will of Mr. Arnold Lupton, West- minster, mining engineer, and formerly Liberal M.P. for tho Sleaford Division ot Lincolnshire.
His estate has been sworn at £5,806 gross, with not personalty £4,583. He directed that the sum ot £400 shall be spent for cremation or burial, and fune, ral expenses, "and lt that is not enough another . £100 be spent": tho ashes interred in Sidmouth parish church- yard, together with those of his mother and sister, a suitable Inscription to be placed on tho tomb, and, if necessary,, "a new tomb might be made, and some pretty figures placed on it, and a small garden be made beside the tomb, and a sum of £100 be Invested for the main- tenance thereof."
He left £300 to his wife to pay her for the trouble of carrying out the will, and "I wish her to offer a good luncheon to all the people who came to tho funeral, relatives, friends, or ac- quaintances, and to arrange this nt some convenient restaurant." Other bequests were £5,000 to the National Anti-Vaccination League, £200 to Dr. Walter Walsh, leader of the Free Re- ligion Movement, and £50 to George Ledger, Political and Economic Circle of the National Liberal Club.
The testator bequeathcr the bulk of the residue to his wife, expressing the hope that she would give £100 to the Rev. Frederick Hankinson, Unitarian minister, who "visited me In ' prison." A passive resister during tho South African and Great Wars, Mr. Lupton spent -six months in prison in 1918 for contravening the Defence of the Realm