AMERICAN WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION
At a meeting of the Waterworks Manufacturers’ association, Walter H. Van Winkle, Robert Milligan and F. W. Shepperd were appointed a committee on transportation for the coining convention of the American Water Works association, in Milwaukee, commencing June 7 next. Arrangements have been made for a special vestibule train, which will be equal to the Chicago limited on the Pennsylvania railroad, made up of a buffet-smoker, dining-car, compartment-car and necessary regular sleeper, with observation car. The train will leave New York on Saturday, June 5, 1909, about 11 a.m. So far about ninety, delegates have signified their intention tcLtravel on this train. Those who contemplate attending the convention ought to make definite arrangements for transportation with the committee at once. Further information may be obtained by addressing .
FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING,
136 West 22d Street.
New York City.