National Geographic : 1924 Sep
"The Shower certainly does relieve my fatigue" H OW many persons have said or thought this after having put in a shower? For the shower does relieve fatigue and tiredness. Showers, too, are often beneficial in cases involving the nervous system. Taken before going to bed, a warm shower will usually induce quiet, restful sleep and a cold shower always stimulates. You can see why then it is said that the shower is more than just a bath. However, the shower, because it uses the water only once, is the clean way of bathing. There's a type of shower made for every bath room. We have booklets showing these types. We also have a new booklet quoting authorities on the use and bene fits of the shower. Its title is "Authorities Agree." We'll gladly send both. In writing, please mention your plumber's name. SPEAKMAN COMPANY Wilmington, Delaware SPEAKMAN SHOWERS THE MODERN BATH ROOM HAS A SHOWER Go by a Canadian Pacific Empress the ORIENT A RICKSHA man waits to to carry you down the lan tern-lit streets; the temple bells are calling. You can be in Japan in ten days then China and Manila. And it costs no more to travel by the largest, fastest and finest steamers on the Pacific -the Em press Liners, sailing fortnightly from Vancouver, B. C. Wide promenadedecks. Unusually attractive staterooms. Lounges. Music. Dancing. Radio. And the most interesting companions in the world-for the Canadian Pacific is the first choice of world travelers, both on account of the excellence of the service, and the speed of the ships. Canadian Pacific IT SPANS THE WORLD Offices and Agencies in all parts cf the Qlobe "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."