Issue 3 and Volume 41.

FIRE PROTECTION AT JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. Special correspondence of Fma AND WATER ENGINEERING. With the Inside Inn, in which thousands of people will be housed, and the large number of other large buildings, in which during the day and up until closing time at night hundreds of thousands of people will be gathered, and, with the great quantities of valuable exhibits at all times m these buildings, it is not strange that questions should be asked about the safety of life and of property on the Exposition grounds. In answer to these questions, it may be said that every possible precaution against fire has been provided. I he lire department equipment consists of a 65-ft. aerial truck, two double-tank chemical combination wagons, one large hose wagon, and two steamers. This equipment is manned by a force of forty firemen who have done duty in some ol the largest cities in the…

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