National Geographic : 1928 Sep
One of thousands of resi- J W dences equipped with Te This Office Building at 90 \Worth St. is one of many of New York's famous SkylineTe-pe-co equipped. SSIlWEL CLO 4 'oded w cienti c Sadde &at THE "modern" plumbing of only a decade ago is decidedly out of date today. Higher standards of health, of comfort, of sanitation, have demanded better and better fixtures. The very shape of the quiet Si-wel clo indicates how much considera tion has been given to the subject. Notice how the dip in the rim ele vates the front and rear of the bowl opening, minimizing the possibility of soiling. The comfort of this saddle seat encourages the natural seating position of the body, aiding organs and muscles to function thoroughly and naturally. Even before this scien tific saddle seat became known the Si-wel-clo achieved distinction be The Te-pe-co Trade-Mark appears on all goods man ufactured bythiscompany and serves as a guarantee that you have received ex actly what you paid for. ^~ ~ ~ L C7-y 'BilAY PB 1 cause of its extremely quiet opera tion. By doing away with noisy, gurgling and dripping sounds quite embarrassing when guests are present-the Si-wel-clo has won a host of friends. Like all other Te-pe-co ware, Si wel-clo is graceful and elegant. It typifies the highest grade of work manship. You can rest assured when the Te-pe-co Trade-Mark ap pears on a closet, tub, washstand, etc., the fixture will wear long and well. THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY TRENTON, N. J., U. S. A. Boston New York San Francisco Philadelphia Export Office: 115 Broad St. New York City Plan your bathroom with care. Let thisbook, "Bath rooms of Character." be your guide. Send lOe for thelatestedition-No.V-4.