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Fire Protection and Prevention at Superior, Wis. (Portrait) 145

Adamson Thinks Firemen Retire Too Soon 146

Two Fires at Albany. (illustrated) 147

Deal Watchman Causes Fire Loss 147

Fire Prevention for Boston 147

Michigan City Has Automatic Water Supply 148

Pruvidence, R. I., Plans Big Water System 148

Tri-State Waler and Light Aasoclation 148

American Water Works Association 149

Leaking Concrete Siandpipe at Attlebury, Mass. (illlustrated)………………………………. 149

Nashville Water Works Report……………………………. 149

Wellaburg, Va. Water Supply………………………………. 150

ill., Water Works Report……………………………… 160

Des Moines, Ia., Water Supply…………………………………… 150

imliruvement at Little Rock Ark……………………………………… 150

Opinion on Omaha Water System……………………………….. 160

Ciiilerwriiers Order Meters at Gkns Falls, N. Y…………………………. 150

Deputy Chief Urady Made Fire Commissioner at Boston. (Portrait)……………………………………………….. 161

Chief Mullen Retires from Boston Fire Depart ment. (Portrait)……………………………………………………. 161

Department Reports from Syracuse N. Y., Vancouver, B. C., and Canton, O. (Portraits)………………………………………………. 152

Editorial Comment: Fire Alarm Disturbance in New York; Fire Prevention at Harvard; Porcelain Buildings; Stop Conflict of Authority………………………………………… 153

Correspondence……………………………………………………………….. 154

Deputy Chief Sullivan, of Washington, D. C., Exonerated………………………………………………………………….. 156

Adamson on Fire Prevention……………………………………… 165

Conflagration at Didabury, Canada. (illustrated)………………………………………. 155

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FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING

Published Every Wednesday at 318-326 West 39th Street, New York

Copyright, 1919, by FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING, INC.

VOL. LXVI

NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919

NO. 13

The New England Water Works Association (Portraits—Seal)

Portraits of Members of the New England Water Works

Association

The Water Works of Albany (Illustrated)

Unusual Damage Done by Break in 48-Inch Catskill Main. By William W. Brush (Illustrated—Portrait)

Some New York State Water Works (Illustrated—Portrait)

Baltimore’s Experience with Venturi Meters (Illustrated)

Philadelphia’s Fight Against Water Waste. By William M. Crowe

(Illustrated)

Motor Apparatus (Illustrated)

New York Fire College Course (Illustrated)

Prominent Officials Back Film Campaign (Portraits)

Editorial

Questions and Answers (Illustrated)

Recent Important Fires (Illustrated)

Meterage—Filtration—Water Rates—Sewerage—Personals— Water Works News—Water Convention Dates—Fire Department Doings—Fire Convention Dates— Special Business News

Entered as second-class matter, January 9, 1903, at the post office at New York, N. Y., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates, $3.00 a Year. Foreign $4.60.