Lancaster Wins Water Works and Fire Loan The voters of Lancaster, Pa., went to the polls on Tuesday, April 6. 1915, and cast their vote to increase the indebtedness of the city to the amount of $395,000. $250,000 will be spent for a new Boys’ High School; $125,000 will be spent for two new boilers, one pumping engine, two centrifugal pumps; $20,000 will be spent for new fire engines and tractors. The conditions at the water plant warrant the erection of new pumps as soon as possible. Mr. E. K. Saylor, Superintendent of the Department of Water, will push the work to completion as soon as the bonds are sold and the money is available.