It’s All Over but the Shouting
THE recent G. O. P. convention at Chicago had nothing on the American Water Works Association meeting at Montreal last week, either in interest or in enthusiasm. Those who were fortunate enough to be there voted it the best ever.
AS for the part played by FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING, every one seems to agree that we published a convention issue it will be hard to improve upon and that the constructive work we fostered and helped to put across, such as the standardization of water works brass goods and other service appliances, will be of lasting value to the Association.
WE take this opportunity to thank our friends for the many kind things that were said about us—the paper and its work.
IN this issue, by presenting what probably will be the first published account of the leading convention proceedings, FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING gives further evidence of the leadership we are striving for as spokesman of the water works field.