In the stationery department a good assortment of leather goods, including wallets, bill-books, card cases, purses, blacking cases, cuff and collar boxes, music rolls and portfolios. Also an assortment of Mark Twain's adhesive page scrap books, gummed stub files, albums, pocket ink wells and rubber pen holders.
The central rubber pen holder is so constructed that the point of the pen is on a line with the centre or axis of the holder, the same as a stylographic pen.
Owing to the shape and construction of the head, ink cannot reach the fingers.
In the men's furnishing department, dress shirts, special make, laundered and unlaundered white shirts, night shirts, Warner's health underwear, silk and linen handkerchiefs.
Soiled linen is sent to a good laundry on three days in the week. A combination of laundry managers now prevents the society from giving a discount from the established prices. But linen will be collected and delivered within the old prayer limits (and laundry bags furnished) free of charge for all who arrange to have regular accounts.