Issue 17 and Volume 47.

AMERICAN WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION New Orleans, La., April 26, 1910. As anticipated, the selection of this city for holding the thirtieth annual convention of the American Water Works Association has proved a wise one. At this writing there is no fault to be found with either the weather or number of delegates present. Those who feared the heat would be oppressive have discovered that there is only enough warmth to make things pleasant, and should this condition continue during the remaining days of the meeting there will be general congratulations and satisfaction all around. The attendance is a surprise, as it was considered doubtful if a large crowd could be brought to a point so far from the large centers of population. There need not be any misapprehension on this score, as the average at present recorded will show very favorably with that of other conventions written down as eminently successful.…

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