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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908. ' -
3 i CUSTOM SHIRTS Are for those inrn who arc after just w lint they want not something "about the same." We mean by this men who nave very positive tastes as to eolors, patterns, goods and oilier similar details. We can find in Mock, nine times out of ten, what the purchaser has In mliid. hut if he has his mouth set for a particular and rare pat tern, or lias individual Ideas about the making of the garment, our Custom Department Is where he will find it. MADRAS AXI LIXEX, $3.50 TO $650- , SILK OXKS, $1.50 TO $13.50. TtTtTtTTttTtT CHAPEL. ST.. (incorporate) CPP..THE TOVN PUMP 4- NEW HAVEN. ! A new shipment just arrived Something new, STODDARD'S -LITTLE CIC4RS. 10 for 25c .. STODDARD'S SPECIALS, 5c 6 for 25c LEW'S PEFECTOS, 10c STRRICHT, $2 25 box The L. L. Stoddard Tobacco Co, 940 Chapel Street. (25 In a Box) In Society. Professor Sanderson will give his fourth lecture on French literature this morning In room J, Lampson lyceum, at 11:30 o'clock. The subject will be Pierri Lotl-Pecheur d'Islande. t Two historical lectures on the French Revolution to which the public are in vited will be given by Dr. Ernest F. Henderson of Cambridge, Mass., this and Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock. The subject for this afternoon Is "The Fall of the BastUe," and for Wednes day, "Marie Antoinette." The lectures wijl be Illustrated by a unique collec tion of views which Dr. Henderson has gathered from contemporary sources. On Saturday Mrs. Warren I Hall of Waterbury, gave a very handsome luncheon at the Elton for several of her friends and among those present were the following from New Haven: Mrs. Rollln S. Woodruff, Mrs. William P. Tuttle, Mrs. Theodore H. Macdonald, Mrs. Charles Coan, Mrs. Clifford H. Bcoth and Mrs. George Coan. This evening at the Lawn club Mrs. Isaac Bromley will give an informal dance for her daughters, Miss Mary Bromley and Miss Adelaide Bromley. The guests this evening will Include this season's debutantes and those of last year. This Is the; first of two dances which Mrs. Bromley will give for her daughters, the second to be given after Lent. For Prof. Harry B. Jepson's sixth or gan recital this afternoon at Woolsey hall at 5 o'clock the program Is as fellows: Tombelle Prelude. Handel Fifth Organ Concerto. 1 Alia Sicilians. -Presto. Franck--Grande Piece Symphonlque. Andantlno serloso. Allegro non troppo e maestoso, Andante Allegro Andante. Allegro maestoso. ! Renner Melodie. Glgout Toccata, Wagner War March (Rienzl). The big subscription ball for the Woman's Exchange which comes off a week from to-night In Music hall promises to be a most bril liant success If the Interest which Is being demonstrated is any thing In evidence. The boxes are all sold and the responses to the Invita tions assures a large attendance. The following Is a list of the box holders: Box 1 Miss Harriet Monson. Box 2 Mr. Frank G. P. Barnes. Box 3 Mr. Herbert C. Warren. Box 4 Mr. Charles S. Mellen. Box 5 Mr. Frederick J. Kingsbury, jr. Box 6 Mr, George M. Wallace. Box 7 Dr. Frank H. Whtttemore. Boxes 8 and 9 Mr. H. Grant Thomp son. Box 10 Mr. Harrison Wagner. Box 11 Mr. James E. Wheeler. Box 12 Mr. J. Arnold Nnrcross. Box 13 Professor Franklin B. Dexter. Box 14 Col. Rutherford Trowbridge. Boxes 15 and 16 Mr. Eli Whitney, jr. Box 17 Mr. George H. Dlckorman. Box 18 Professor Horace L. Wells. Box -19 Mr. Frank Dean Trowbridge. Box 20 Mrs. A. Heaton Robertson. Box 21 Mr. Charles K. Billings. Box 22-Mlss Olivia English. Box 23 Professor E. Hershey Sneath. Box 24-MIfs i.Mlldred Wilson. Box 25 Mrs. Henry F. English. Box 26 Mr. Pelrce X. Welch. Box 27 Mr. Willis Munrop. Box 28 Mr. E. E. Garrison. Box 29 Mrs. E. Story Reed and Mrs. Bisscll. Box "0 Mrs. Henry Wheeler. Box 31 Mr. John B. Fitch. Box 32 -Mr. James E. Todd. Box 33 Mr. Thomas Hooker, jr. Box 34 Mr. Edward B. Spalding. Box 35 Major Isaac Bromley. Box 36 Mr. Amos Barnes. FEBRUARY SALE! A campaign until March 1. No one-day affair. Goods in quantities that insure no let-up on wonderful offer ings from now until the first of March. READ! COME! , LOOK! You will surely buy and come again. SEWING and LAYING all CARPETS MATTINGS and LINOLEUMS FREE Box 37 Mr. Charles D. Nic-oll. Box 38 Dr. William Pitt Baldwin. Box 39 Mr. John F. Stevens. Box 40 Mr. Thomas G. Bennett. Box 41 Mr. William W. Farnam. Box 42 Dr. William C. Wurtemburg. Box 43-Mr. E. H. McHenry. Box 44-Mr. Tilcott H. Russell. Box 43 Mr. Edward Avery Harriman Box 46 Mr. William H. Museley. Box 47 Mr. Seymour C Loomls. The galleries will be thrown open to all who may not wish to dance. At tractive sketches for decorations are now in the hands of those who have been asked to bid upon the work and work will be commenced early this week, as the bids will be opened to-day. Weil will furnish the music and this statement leaves no question as to the quality of this part of the entertain ment. A very pretty wedding which took Place Saturday evening at St. John's P. E. church on Orange street, was that of Miss Alice Townsend Corey, daughter of Mr. David Corey of Liv ingston street and Mr. Charles Edward fklrrow of yew York. Rev. Stewart M,eans, rector of the church, performed the ceremony. The bride wore a very handsome gown of white satin and lace, and her attend ant, Miss Clara Corey, her sister, wore a dainty gown of pink silk. Tho bride was given away by her father. The groom was attended by his brother, John Skirrow of New York, as best man. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at the home of the bride and, Mr. and Mrs. Skirrow left during the evening for a wedding trip. On their return they will reside in Brooklyn, where Mr. Skirrow is employed as su perintendent of a large manufacturing plant. A meeting of the New Haven Colony Historical society will be held a week from tids evening, Monday, February 24 at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Dr. Charles Ray Palmer will road a very interesting paper the subject of whlon will he "An Almost Forgotten New Haven Institution." An Informal reception will be held at the close of the reading. These- meetings are open to the pub-tic. CLOCK IS A BEAUTY New Haven Product Going to Richmond Blues as a Gift. DELEGATION IS CHOSEN LINCOLN DINNER BY Y. M. R. CLUB Secretary of War Taft Will bz the Speaker at Biggest Event of the v Club, r' . ALL SPEAKERS PROMINENT Tickets for the Pinner Are All Sold, and Gnllory Seats to Hear the Speeches Are Xenrly Exhausted. Description of the Elegant Offering to be Sent by Local Foot ' Guard. i In the cloqk that the Second com pany, Governor's Foot Guard, will present to Richmond Light infantry Blues next Saturday evening the city at large is Interested that it is the production of the New Haven Clock company. It Is a colonial design, standing nearly eight feet high; made of solid mahogany, hand made and hand carved throughout. It is a beautiful piece of work as shown in accompanying half-tone above. It Is an original design, made by Mr. Drlesback, the master model maker of the factory, The move ment was made by Elliott of Lon don. The clock gives the time and COLONIAL CLOCK, 03T. a meat it I 1 Windsor Brussels Carpets 91c A fine selection of nearly a dozen patterns. Regular price, sewed and laid $1.20 Extra value at 01c, sewed and laid. Very Special. Hassocks, regular 60c. Special 38c Rubber Door Mats, best rub ber; regular $1 40; special 99e. 300 yards of 85c Tapestry Hit-or-Miss Carpet; regular 8oc. for 64e per yard, sewed and laid. Granite Inlaid Linoleum 89c Heaviest Granite Inlaid, in browns, green, blues and mixed colors; regular value $1.20 laid. Special at 89o laid. ' . 9x12 Wilton Rugs, $29.95. Fine Wilton Rugs, artistic In design and built for wear, worth $39. None sent on approval. Very special at $29.95. A few 1 4c Mattings are left from last week. Also a few $1.50 Inlaid Lino leums for 89c each. THE CHAMBERLAIN co Orjwn and Orange Street "Corner." The annual banquet with which the Young Men's Republican club ohsrvrs the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln, will be held this evening, but the place will be Music hall this year and rot the hall of the club house. Secretary of War William H. Taft will be the leading speaker on the program and on account of the great demand for tic kets to hear him the banquet commit tee early decided to secure Music ball to make the dinner available to the largest number possible. For the first time since the Lincoln day banquet became arc-annual even, ladies are to be admitted to the hall at to-night's dinner. This derision on the part of the committee was reached because of the large number of re quests from the women friends of tb club and its members for an oppor tunity to hear Mr. Taft speak. The gallery will hold 200 and already a larg proportion of tickets have been tnken. The memhers of tho committee have heen besieged for th past week for tlc- kets by those who neglected to make ; application within the time limit, and ' by others who wish to see and hear the j man w ho Is generally regarded as the j one most likely to be the nominee for president on the republics ticket, j The oration of the evening on "Abra- ham Lincoln" will be given by Inci dent Luther of Trinity college, Hart i ford. The program in full which will be j presided over by Seymour M. Judd, president of the club, as toastmaster, '' reads thus; I Invocation Rev. Anson Thelps ! Stokes. The Political Outlook-Hon. Rollin S. Woodruff, governor of Connecticut. An Address-Hon. William H. Taft. secretary of war. Lincoln Hon. Fl.avel Luther, pres- Ident Trinity college. I Our National Debt to Lincoln Rev. George I. Ferris, 1) D., Philadelphia, i formerly of Calvary Baptist church, I this city. Secretary Taft is expected to arrive I In this city about noon and he will be i the guest at lunch of Col. Isaac M. i L'llman. A rereptjon will he held at the Young Men's Republican club in the evening between 6:45 and 7:15. The ushers will he: W. G. Meyers, Charles J. Atwood, Thomas E. Powfll, Burton S. Brockett. David Dodds, Al fred Duval, Burton Judd. John Fabian, Robert Doolan, Hatry Bowman, John Bauman, Howard B. Dopglass, C. B. Woodruff, A. Oswald Pallman. Paul Barnott, Edward Covert, O. X. Cok, Jules Fratzner, Dwight B. Snow and A. S. Russell. I At the banquet Caterer Fleming will ! follow this menu: j Blue Points, Celery, Olives, ' Bouillon, Filet of Bcf. Mushr-oms. : Mashed Potatoes. French Pea?. Roman Funch, i Roast Cbirken, j Apple Fritters, ' Xeipilitari Ie Cream, I Lady rin"jrs. Macaroons, J White Rock, ' Coffee. Cigars, 4&av o ON LIFE OF POWER William Phillips Hall Talks at a United Service at the Y. M. C. A. LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT Business Man Evangelist Gives Inter cstlng Talk in After-Campaign Series. j Gift of l ocal Foot Guard to Richmond j , nine. ;r-n:onus nnn tne moons phases. It , nas the cathedral gong chimes, rinr- ; ing the quarter, half, three-onnrierx ! and hour. The chimes are made of ..steel tubes highly polished, the notes and tones Imitating the Westminster i chimes. The tube striking the hour Is i .seven feet long nnd Is toned to Imitate : Big Ben nf Westminster Abbev A I gold plate on the clock bears the fol lowing inscription: "Presented to the j Richmond Light Infantry Pines by the second Company Governor's Foot ' Guard of New Haven, Conn., in re- , membra nee of October 18th, 1907.' On th.ls date the Foot Guard was en. I tertnined by the Richmond company I during the trip to Jamestown. I On their return from the James town exposition the Governor's Foot Guard stopped at Richmond and were royally entertained by the Richmond ' Light Infantry Blues. There wa.i a combined street parade In the after- noon and a miMtary reception In Ala- sonic hall In the evening. A delegation of twenty-five of the Governor's Foot Guard, including Ma jor Frederick W. Brown and officers and privates, will leave this city next Friday afternoon, leaving New York at 9:45 that evening In a private Pull man car, reaching Richmond Satur day morning. February 22. dinner will be tendered the officers of the Richmond company In the Hotel Jef ferson at 6 o'clock, and the clock will be presented to the company at its armory In the evening. The presen tation will be made by Captain Ed ward C. Poocher, who is a lineal de scendant of Thaddens Beecher, one of the original founders uf the company in 1775. Those who will make the trip are Major Fred W. Brown. Major A. M. Johnson, Captain George T. Hewlett. Captain James C. Twining. Captain Edward Mora. Captain George V. Somers, Captain Edward C. Beecher, Lieutenant J. E. Fairchild, Lieutenant .S. P. Butler. Captain J. B. Kennedy, Captain D. H. Clark, Sergeant Edward N. Peck. Sergeant Fred V. Power man. Corporal E. A. Hayes. Privates H. P. Warren. M. C. Jenkins, H. M. H.H P. Warren. M. C. Jenkins. H. M. Hodges. C. G. Spaiilding. D. y. John son and Fred C. Howe. The first meeting of the series of united services for men held under the auspices of the executive committee' of the Chapman campaign was conducted yesterday afternoon in Foy Auditorium at the Y. M. C. A. A large audience was present to hear the business man evangelist Mr William Phillips Hall speak on the "Life of Power." He was rssisted by the well known evangelist singer, Mr. F. H. Jacobs, whose re ma: kable gift for singing has been a powerful Instrument In many cam paigns. The meeting was presided over by Rev. Jason Noble Pierce. 'A male chorus assisted In the singing. Mr. Hall used for his Scripture read ing the fifth chapter of Mark. As an Introduction he stated that he "was a New Haven boy. That ho was raised and educated here. That he loved New Haven and was glad to be per mitted to speak. He told of his career and how he and Mr. Jacobs, business men, had seen thousands brought to Christ. What God had done for them and the way In which He had used them was no more than He could do for every man. He can make every stch an one a firebrand for Him. He pleaded for unselfish Interest In other men. He told a story of a man who was shipwrecked. The vessel had been stranded on a reef. The life boats had one by one hcen taken ashore nllen with the freight of human lives. The last boat was just starting off when one of the passengers sighted a man struggling In the water with his arms thrown through a life preserver. He stopped the boat and insisted on tak ing the man a place and letting him go ashore A short time after one of the men who was handling the boat found the one who had done such an unself ish net lklng along the beach. He said "Mr. B. how could you have done such an unselfish thing? I can under stand some things, but I cannot under stand how a man would take such chances for the sake of another. What motives must actuate your me; "Well," said the man, "you see it was like this. That nwn owed me fifty cents and I didn't want him to go down." "Dm 't be like that," said Mr. Hall. "Be truly unselfish. I have ob served this that the men who chase for money become awfully small." He pleaded for the ministers of the city "The ministers of the city stand In the front rank of the firing line. They need your help at all tlmea. after which Mr. 1Iall proceeded with his talk, using the lives of Esau nnd Jacob as the basis of his theme. He said that. Jacob was cunning. He saw Es.au In a tight fix. He saw his opportunity, and he took advantage of It. Many men g"t rich that wnv. Then Jacob was suc cessful. But does than mean anything? Them nre ninny nin who are called successful whoso lives If yon were liv ing it, would make your face turn red. Our supreme ambition should be to be tni", henest and Upright: There are ninny men to-day who nre wielding a blRSer Influence than the Vnnderhllts, and they are wltnout a cent. God only Knows how much power there Is lying dormant In men's lives to-day If God could only get hold of them. And the man thnt He In looking for tnaj- be you. We need the grace that God can give to help us to be-good. Man's tenden cy 1- downward, ami to counteract this tendencv. we need God's grace. We need It to heln us speak the truth. You may say that you do not need It for thnt but thee nre many men who would lie If they got Into a corner. He then went on to speak of Peter as im Illustration of what God's grace ran do In the way of transforming a life, "refer, wea'c, profane, deeltful, nnd yet on the day of Pentc-ost the leader of the people." Wh.i God chooses a. man Tor His work, ho sometimes chooses a mighty weak vessel from the human standpoint. He may be going to use you, although you do seem weak now." H related an experience of which he was personalty acquainted, which oc curred at Merlden A man was ad dicted to the use of liquor. One day he came home and his wife handed him a dollar with the' words that It was all she had, she had washed all day to get It. The niari, knowing that his wife had earned It by the sweat nf her brow, that she ne-'drd the hare necessities of life, that his children were perishing, went deliberately out nnd spent It for rum. He wa finally converted and by God's grace, bad rot yielded to tempta tion since (hit date, twenty-five years ago. He told nf bow God took the taste of llqii'-r away from his life. H told of other Instances and then said "These are fads not fnlry tales." He said In conclusion that "some of the greatest, mightiest men the world has ever seen have been servants of God." He illustrated his point by sev eral anoedotcr from the life of Gen. Grant. He closed his address by re lating nil experience ahout the time of his father's de.ith which' created a strong impress! an. Scarcely an eye was dry In the Auditorium. The meeting was one of the strong est r.f the series which have thus far been heH. The speaker next Sunday will b the Rev. Harold Pattison. who will give his stirring address on "Birds of a Feather." Mr. Pattison is pastor of the First Baptist church of Hart ford. Conn. All men are invited to attend. 1 tfl Annual Waist Sale. The entire surplus stock of cair best manufacturer, consisting of fine Silks, Luwns, Lingeries and Wool Waists, all fresh and crisp from the nuikers, at the greatest, reductions In the history of our house. TABLE I. lingeries, Tailored Madras, colored stripes, long and short sleeves; buttoned in front, lace trimmed and embroidery; brok en sizes. ' Were $2.95. Xow $1.25. TABLE II. Batiste, dotted, fine Shepherd Check, in Brown, Blue and Black; buttoned in front; long sieves. Were $4 95. Xow SI. 95. TABLE III. Odds and ends of Woolen and Black Taffeta Silks tailored ef fect. Were $6.95. Xow $2.95. TABLE IV. ' Black,' Brown," Blue, Cardinal and Greek TaKeta; long sleeves; some buttoned iri front; spe cially adapted for traveling. Were $8.95. '. . ' ' Xow $3.95. TABLE V. Filet Lace Waists, Ecru, trimmed with Renaissance Lace about a dozen inlthe lot. Were $9.87. Xow $4.95. General Clearance in Other Lines. The final closing out of all our Fall and Winter Goods to make room for the early display of Sprinjr XoveltJes. The sale includes all FIR COATS. SETS, etc., TAILOR SOTS. RAIXCOATS, SKIRTS, CHILDREX'S GOODS and UNDERWEAR. ' F U R 746 Chapel St. UP STAIRS. FRIEND E. BROOKS NURSES PLAN DANCE Alumnae Association of C. T. S. Completes Arrangements , for Event. FOR AN INFIRMARY FUND The Object Is to Erect a Building for the Care of Sick Xurses. The Alumnie Association of the Con necticut Training School for Nurse3 has completed arrangements for a reception and dance to be given at Harmonle hall, February 19. The ob ject for which the dance is to be given Is not merely to afford entertainment, but the ladles who compose the com mittee of arrangements hope to realize a substantial sum which will be added to tho Infirmary fund. This fund was started a few years ago and will be kept lntict, and added to from time to time until a sufficient amount has been raised to establish an Infirmary, where sick nurses can be re ceived and properly cared for. Such an Institution Is very much needed in New Haven. At present after finishing a, contagious case the only place they can go Is to the Isolation house at Sprlngslde. At a fair held some time aso $1,000 was raised toward the fund. There will be a program of eighteen dances, and, aside from this, there will be a fancy dance during the Intermis sion known as the "Daisy Ballet" to be danced by the following' young la'--dles: Misses. Elli Breen, Anna Fits gcrald, Eva Grlend, Bertha Keegan, Helen Bouches, Katherlne Fitzgerald, Katherine Kelly, Mabel Shilling, May Barry, Etta Keegan, May Sullivan. : The committee of arrangements are as follows: Mrs. Charles Fleischner, Mrs. H. P. Hessler, Mrs. F. B. Farns worth, Mrs. Henry Fleifjchner. Mrs. J. Wheaton Stone, Miss Rose M. Heaness, , and Miss Katerino" A. Walsh. The reception committee ,13 as fol lows: ; Doctor William H." Carma.lt, chairman, G. Oliver T. Osborne, Dr. J. P. C. Foster, Dr. Henry L.' Swain, Dr. Leonard W. Bacon, Dr. Max Madhouse, Dr. C. P. Llnsley, Dr. John Luby, Dr. Edward McCabe, Dr. B. Towles; Dr. J. ,B. :Monahan, Dr.-John E. Lane, Dr. William Kenna, Dr. Frank Klrby, Dr. Jewel Gompertz,' Dr.-Henry Sage, Dr. Charles Sanford, Dr. G. A. NotSlns, ,A. J. Rosenbluth, E. J... Lynch, S. Negbcau nnd J. Rosen. The floor committee follows: Dr. Wil liam J. Sheelun. chairman, Or. William F. Verdi, Dr. Leonard C. Sanford, Dr, Harry L. Welch, Dr. E. Reed Whlt tlmore, Dr. F., W, Sparry, Dr. F. P. Hceny. Dr. James H. Flynn, Dr.' John F. Sullavan, Dr R. A. McDonnell, Dr. Merrlman H. Steele, Dr., J, J. Cohane, Dr. Alfred Naeller, Dr. H. P. Hessler, Dr. A. O. Fasscr, Dr. A. C. Herbert, Dr Frederick Lane,. Dr. Willis , H. Crowe, Dr. M. M. Scarborough, Dr. Edward L. Richards, Samuel Hoyt, ,U W. Rosenbluth, R. Negbcau and J. P. Crowley. It Is expected that Governor and Mrs. Woodruff will be present at the dance,as guest of honor. A. long list of honorary guests is being prepared. ANTI-CLFRICAL PEMOXSTRATIOX Rome. ten. i- if-i-ty neins tl anniversary of the death nf dtnrd.ano Bruno, a monk wso was burned at the stake by the church as a heretic, be cause he introduced a yeientifie phtjos,,. phy into Ita'y. the anti-elerirals mail flpmnnstrutions In his honor n ;h leading cities throughout the country. The government took extraordinary precautions, especially in Rome, to pre. vent disorders. The Vatican was close ly -watched by troops nnd all bridges leadinz there were barred. A score of the manifestants were wounded in fights wit1 the police and troops. 3 TEAM GOES OYER .m-FOOT BANK. New Britain. Feb. IS. A driver of an j iee wagon, belonging to a local cor- j poratton. and his pair of horses bad j an almost miraculous escape from se- I rinus injury, when the team toppled ; over a steep etnhankment at VValnut j Hill to-nieht. and rolled down thirty j feet to the bottom. The wagon wis ; somewhat damaged. The man's name was not learned. j WE'VE BEEN FISHING l'p and down the streams of Carpetom onr hook baited with the long green and after lintinft many nn exasperating nibble we have pulled In a hlg catch In the shape of 300 ' ' 5-Foot Axmihster Riigs mttl offer thpin at n price which makes a treat so tempting that compared to It n Delmonlco dinner looks like a clambake. We will send an assortment to your address on approval, even if yon only want one rug. Handsome Oriental patterns and colorings, at $1.95 Per Rug And this for your protection, for when the goods reach you you're "the doctor." We "stand pat" on your estimate of them we leave .it to you we put the matter of value right in your hands we'll assume all the risk, for we've faith in the goods we know they're right we know the price can't be touched, and if we're ned dead wrong in our reckoning, this entire lot will go "scorching" out of our warerooms on the high gear. , Delays nre not dividend producers eTery tick of the clock brings you closer to the time when this lot will he a thing of the past. Get your fountain lien in motion nnd turn over the attached coupon to t'nele Sam. 1 AX HONOR FOR ADMIRAL EVAXS. j Lima. Peru, Feb. 1H. The Amerlean I flppt, whieh Is steaming up the wf ft t coast of South Amei-ca. Is expected to! arrive, at CaU.ao next Thursday fnd thej government has ordered that Rear Ad' ; mlral Evans be rendered the honors , of vice admiral. The cruiser Colonel ! Bolopnesi left Callao last night to meet the fleet and escort it into this port. THE CHAMBERLAIN co- Fl'RXITt'RE, LXTELS. CARPETS. DRAPERIES, STOVES, Crown and Orange Streets, Xew Haven. GENTLEMEN: ' Kindly ship us, subject to conditions as above agre-ed.... . 27-inchx5-foot Axminster Rugs, returnable if not sat'''.a-torr. Name Address COVRIER COtPOX.