THE T. EATON CO., Limited,,|
Departmental Store and Importers,
190,192, 194, 196, 198, 200 Yonge Street,
11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29 James Street,
10, 12, 14, 16, 18 Queen Street,
15, 17, 19 Albert Street.
Luxfer Prism Co., Limited, Toronto.
Toronto, December 2, 1897.
The Prisms installed in our stores upwards of
one year ago are still giving very satisfactory results. We have
already referred to a striking proof of the utility of your Prisms in
the comparison between our Queen and Yonge Street sections. The window
frontages and their facilities for lighting through ordinary glass are
about the same, in these two sections. In the Queen street section,
where the Prisms are installed, good light is carried back to the rear
of the store. There are no light wells, and we require no artificial
light. In the Yonge street section, where ordinary glass is still used,
we have three large light wells, which occupy a floor area of 3,000
square feet. In this section we burn more or less artificial light all
The sidewalk lights installed in our Queen and
James street fronts, and also on two sides of our warehouse, corner of
James and Albert streets, are very satisfactory, and are giving us good
THE T. EATON CO., Limited,|
J. B. CHAMBERS & CO.
The Luxfer Prism Co., Chicago.
Chicago, December 18, 1897.
The Prismatic glass placed by your company in our
windows throws light into a formerly dark corner, enabling our cashier to
work many hours during the daytime without artificial light, whereas before
this change he was unable to do so but a short time, and then only on a
bright, sunny day.
We now deem the Prism a necessity as well as an
J. B. CHAMBERS & CO., Clark and Madison Sts.
FRITZ FOLTZ, Architect.
The American Luxfer Prism Co.
Chicago, December 21, 1897.
I have, during the last year, carefully examined
into your product and its effects, have used both your lights, in
transoms as well as in sidewalks, and have found that all you claim for
them is true.
FRITZ FOLTZ, 58 Wabash Ave.