National Geographic : 1927 May
WhoProfits hSubstitution? THE substitution evil generally transpires with the owner's consent. He is prone to good-naturedly permit it without realizing the consequence to himself. Does he benefit in proportion to the substitute proposer? Natur ally, he seldom does. Contractors propose substitutions only when the benefit is theirs. The Architect on the next building in which you are interested will probably specify Te-pe-co All-Clay Plumbing Fixtures. They represent the standard of excellence in such material. Certainly none better exist. Te-pe-co products represent a harmonious combination of the practical with the utmost of lasting beauty. They offer the latest advances in scien tific sanitation. There are expensive Te-pe-co fixtures and those moderately priced but each is identical in quality of materials, workman ship and finish. Experience proves it pays to stand firmly by a Te-pe-co specification. Any contractor can bid. Insist that they all quote on Te-pe-co, for otherwise you have no means of knowing whether the difference in the bid submitted represents a real saving for you or a difference in the quality for which you may be paying entirely too much. THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY TRENTON, NEW JERSEY, U. S. A. OUR GUARANTEE The Trenton Potteries Company makes but one grade of ware-the best that we can produce-and sells it at reasonable prices. Our ware is guaranteed to be equal in quality and diability to any sanitary ware in the world. The Te-pe-co Trade Mark is found on allgoods manufactured by this company and is your guarantee that you have received what you have paid for. a-- Your new bathroom will owe much of its beauty and conven ience to correct utiliz ation of floor space. Ourbook,' Bathrooms of Character" V-4, shows a number of model floor plans. Send ro cents for your copy. The First National Bank of Boston, York & Sawyer, Architects, is one of innumerable public buildings equipped withTe-pe-co All-Clay Plumbing Products.