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FRANK ADAMS
Vx-H-HOLLOPETER



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■DOUGLAS -1773-



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High Grade
Electrical Installation Work



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Section ami counter reflection from ceil-
ing and wall, -mil a- is I he case in dav-
light illumination, and further provide
a certain proportion of light directed
from at least two sources located so that

at most places in the room some directed
light is obtained incident on the object
at sufficient angle to give shadows bear-
ing some semblance to those obtaining
hv daylight.

The design of the illumination for a
given building requires the consideration
of 1, the light flux; 2, the quality of the
lieht; 3. the direction and diffusion of the
light, and in considering these attention
must he paid to the following: thi chat
acter of the illuminant, the intensity of
illumination, the system, location of light
sources, selection of fixtures, globes,
-hades, reflectors, glare, specular reflec-
tion, contrast shadow, aesthetic consider-
ations, and efficiency.

Mr. Burr, in his final remarks, alluded
to certain architects' specifications in
which it was laid down that only two
wires should be nut in one pipe. This
he considered illogical, as there were cer-
tain circumstances under which several
wires could be safely laid in one pipe.



The Selection of Lighting Fixtures

Margaret Greenleaf writes about tl"
initial cost of lighting fixtures in "Subur-
ban Life." as follows:

"Well-made fixtures are never cheap.
Their construction requires expensive
materials and expert workmanshio It is
a poor investment to install poorl) n
fixtures, for they will not hold their
finish; the joints will leak, or the wiring
short-circuit; and eventually they will
have to be overhauled or discarded en-
tirely. Some authorities claim that 5 per
cent" of the total cost of the house should
go into fixtures — but it rarely d
often fixtures are regarded as extras, and
cut down to the minimum.

"It is bad enough to be obliged to m
troduce che: or fittings into a

house that is to be your own home, even
if the economy lies below the surface:
but to hang economy from your walls
and ceilings, to see it every way you



turn, to realize that your friends see it
also — that is the height of folly.

"A great deal of dissatisfaction in se-
lecting lighting fixtures arises from not
starting the process "i selecting in time.

"Choose your fixtures whi
on your plans — make them a part of your
plans. Be sure that you specify fixtures
which are made by some reliable manu-
facturer. Then, if any defects develop in
the materials ,, r construction, you have
the assurance that they will be made
good.

"In selecting glassware for your light-
ing fixtures, be sure to have it conform
as nearly as possible to the style of the
fixtures. Use opal, frosted or art glass,
wherever the light would shine directly
into the eyes. Modern incandescent
lights are permissible only in a room
when tin rays are softened and diffused
by interposing some translucent screen "



Another Blow to Competitions
There will he no architectural competi
tion to select architects to design
branch library buildings t,i be ei
Los Angeles from a fund oi $210,000 do
nated by Andrew i Uthough

the library board had intended to hold a
competition conforming to the schedule
of the American Institute
a committee from the South, i

fornia Chapter. A. I \. personally ap-
peared before the board at its November

and convinced them thai

petition was not necessary or desirable.



PLUMBING
a . n . d HEATING
J. E. O'Mara

449 MINNA ST.

Phone. Douglas 342 1



110



The Architect and Engineer



ELECTRIC APPLIANCE COMPANY



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HIGH GRADE CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL



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LORICATED" CONDUIT (BLACK)
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" PERKINS" PUSH BUTTON SWITCHES
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Noisy Plumbing

IN the efforts of architects, plumbers
and sanitarians to perfect plumbing
installations within buildings, they
should not lose sight of the fact that
no matter how well appointed the work
may be, or however perfect the opera-
tion of the fixtures might appear, the
work is far from being perfect if it is
noisy when in use. This feature of
plumbing has been too long ignored,
and striking evidence of the fact mav
be observed in most homes, where from
any room, or any part of the building,
the operation of the water closet in the
bath room can be heard. Disagreeable
as is this feature of the use of plumbing
fixtures is, it is not necessary and can
be avoided by co-operation of the
plumber, architect and manufacturer.

Most of the noise of plumbing work
can be traced to four different causes,
any one of which can be easily and in-
expensively eliminated. Noisy water
closets are chiefly due to the singing
and hissing of water flowing through
the supply pipe; to noisy ball cocks
which close so slowly that a disagree-
able hissing noise is evident for some
time before the water is shut off; to
the wav the flushing water strikes the
contents of the closet bowl and to the
dashing of water against the sides of
the soil stack when flowing to the
sewer.



The noise due to water flowing
through the supply pipes can be elimi-
nated by making the fixture branches
sufficiently large so that the velocity
through the pipes will be very low. This
is where the architect can contribute to
the noiselessness of plumbing by speci-
fying large-size water supply pipes.

He can still further improve his work
by investigating the merits of closets
more closely and not assume that all
closets will work equally well. Manu-
facturers must supply goods to fill the
demand already created, and for this
purpose must carry an extensive line of
goods suitable for all places, conditions
and prices. In many buildings the
noise of a water closet is not objection-
able, so long as it can be had at a
cheaper price than the noiseless kinds,
and to fill such orders the manufac-
turers must stand ready. In the better
class of work, however, such as private
houses and hotels, noiseless closets
are preferable, and the architect will do
well to look carefully into the merits of
the various combinations, so that when in
need of noiseless goods he can specify
them by the plate number. Knowing the
quality of the closets he specifies he
should then insist upon getting those fix-
tures and no other.

The design of water closets influ-
ences to a great extent the noiseless-
ness of operation, and here the law of




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111



the survival of the fittest should inter-
vene to eliminate in time the les

sirable. This probability is the more
likely, as. in proportion as closets are
more sanitary and satisfactory in other
ways, they likewise are less noisy.
Siphon-jet water closets, which an
most nearly perfect of any closets yet
designed, are by far the least noisy;
the water is removed from such closets
bv siphonic action, induced by a sub-
merged jet, and only sufficient water
flows down the sides of the bowls to
flush the surface. The bowls are so
designed, however, that the chance of
being soiled is reduced to the mini-
mum; consequently, a strong flush of
water concentrated into a torrent is
not needed at any one point to cleanse
the bowl. In washout closets, on the
other hand, the contents are swept out
of the bowl by a large flush of water,
concentrated at one point, and as the
water leave- the bowl it is dashed ag
the sides of the closet outlet, churning
the water into foam and creating a dis-
agreeable noise. In washdown closets
the water is actually beaten out of the
bowl by a torrent of water poured in
from the tank, and as water cannot be
poured onto water without creating a
noise, this type of closet is far from
being noiseless. It follows, therefore.




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that when the least noisy type of closet
is desired a siphon-jet closet should be
selected.

The final cause which contributes to
the noise of water closets, says a wri-
ter in "Modern Sanitation," is the
washing of water against the sides of
the soil pipe. When this pipe from the
bath room passes down a partition
along side of a dining room or living
room, as it often does in private houses,
the noise caused by the discharge of a
closet in the bath room becomes per-
ceptible and very disagreeable. Noise
from this source can be deadened to a
great extent by installing three-inch
instead of four-inch soil pipe. In the
smaller pipe there is less room for the
water to be dashed about in, conse-
quently the impulse which produces



the noise will be less; in the second
place, the smaller the pipe the less
the vibration, and a correspondingly
smaller sound wave. The sound pro-
duced in a soil stack can be still fur-
ther reduced by packing it in some non-
conductor of sound, and here, again, a
three-inch pipe lends itself better than a
four-inch pipe to the packing, for with a
three-inch pipe there is more room in an
ordinary four-inch partition. Filling that
section of the partition between the two
studding where a soil pipe is concealed
with cement or mortar will deaden the
sound so that if a three-inch pipe be used
little or no noise will be perceptible.

When all the precautions outlined in
the foregoing paragraph are complied
with there will still remain some lit-
tle noise in the bath room. This might
[Continued on page 142)



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Write for Catalogs and Color Cards

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speci«i..t» m HOT AIR HEATING

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SILVER LAKE A SASM CORD

Avoid Sash Cord Troubles among your
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Nason's Perfect Liquid Paints for Lasting Work; Durable Graphite Plumbago Paint for Iron Work; Opaque
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By the Way

Some Industrial Information Worth the While



A Valuable Treatise

Architects and engineers will welcome
a valuable treatise entitled "Specifications
for Roofing, Building. Insulation and
Waterproofing."

A elance through the works shows the
subjects covered to be the following:
waterproofing, insulation, and sound-
deadening in residences of both fireproof
and non-fireproof constructions; water-
proofing of floors, and roofs in mill con-
structions; thermal insulations in cold
storage structure-: waterproofing for
foundations, tunnels, arches, bridges,
battery and other floors; and the uses of
prepared roofings on residences, barns.
factories and industrial buildings.

The specifications recommended are
based upon the experience of the fore-
most architects and engineers, and the
combined experience for a period of over
twenty-five years of one of the largest
manufacturers of the felts, papers, com-
pounds and roofines used in this kind of



work. F. W. Bird & Son. East Walpole,
Mass.

The fact of the publisher being a manu-
facturer does not in any manner diminish
the value of the treatise, for it is frankly
stated in the introduction, that the name
of another brand may be substituted for
the Neponset brand in any specification.
In fact, the exoerience of this well known
manufacturing firm in supplying archi-
tects and engineers during the past
twenty-five years, adds real value to the
data.

The work is not for sale but will be
sent to any regular architect, engineer,
or contractor upon request.



Waterproof Stains

The frequent desire on the part of
architects that wall surfaces when com-
posed of concrete, plaster or brick, or
any combinations of these materials,
shall successfully receive some color
other than the natural one of the mate-



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rial. h?s resulted in placing on the market
a number of stains or colors to effect this

re-lllt

When concrete structures were rare
exceptions, the graj color of tliis mate-
rial frequently offered a pleasant ch
to the usual brick or painted buildings,
Mow that the landscape presents an in-
creasing number of concrete and stuc-
coed surfaced buildings it often seems
desirable in order to avoid mom. tony
to add some color other than the usual
one of the material

Samuel Cabot, Inc.. of Boston. Mass,.
whose stains for shingles and other pur-
poses are widely known, have, it is
claimed, perfected stains for cement, in-
terior plaster and hrick, which in addition
to providing a number of desired colors
have the added feature of waterproofing
the surfaces to which they are applied.

The manufacturers claim that these
stains are inexpensive, are rapidly and
economically apolied and that they have
unusual covering capacity; that they
wear without cracking, "chalking" or
peeling and that they are pliable water-
proof colors for all surfaces composed of
cement, plaster or brick.

The pamphlet describing these stains
has color cards which show a number of
desirable colors in each class of Stain.

This pamphlet can be had On applica-



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CONSTRUCTION C°?




Everything in the lath li:
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Information, prices and s;



System of FIRE

PROOFING «nd

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METAL LATH

HOME

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in rolls J50' long. 25"
and 33 % wide, or sheets
, 1 lain, paint
ed or galvanized.
Crimped metal lath
and wire lath for ex-
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tion of the Coa
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Lgents, Waterhouse &
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and and Seattle.



Dahlstrom Dcor Company Moves Its
Offices
The Dahlstrom Metallic Doer Com-
pany has moved its San Franciso
from the Merchants Exchange building
to suite 916-20, Rialto building. San Fran-
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splendid market on the Pacifii
i in, ,,i the largest contracts taken in re-
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The Architect and Engineer



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Wrought Iron Door Frame and Invisi-
ble Hinges

In these days when solid and endur-
ing buildings are fast becoming the rule,
in lieu of the temporary structures until
recently so generally constructed, the
skilled and experienced architect pays
attention to every detail, to the end that
all parts may harmonize and no weak or
objectionable points be presented. Save
in the exceptional cases it is only within
comparatively recent years that special
attention has been paid to the matter of
doors really a matter of the most vital
importance. It must be admitted that
doors, including their forms and the
mi ides of hanging them, have been
brought to a higher state of perfection
in Europe, Germany particularly, than in
this conutry.

J. G. Braun, of Chicago and New York,
widely known to architects and builders
as carrying a complete and very com-
prehensive stock of architectural steel
and iron goods, is meeting with decided
success in introducing in this country a
system of wrought iron door frames, in-
cluding special rolled shapes, that have
found great favor in Germany, where
great numbers of them have been in-
stalled. In an introduction to a fine
catalogue, illustrated with a large number
of detailed drawings showing the con-




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ROBERT W HUNT



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BUREAU OF INSPECTIONS, TESTS AND CONSULTATIONS

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CEMENT TESTINQ AND INSPECTION
Reports and Estimates on Properties and Processes



struction of the frames and the invisi
ble hinges employed in a wid<
applications, the following explanatory
announcement is made:

"The modern fireproof and sanitary
building of today requires door frames
which will not warp nor show cracks in
joints, as generally is the case with or-
dinary iron or wooden frames, caused in
most instances by the heat or settlin
the building. Another bad feature ol the
style frame is that they collect dirt
and germs, which is thi sick-

ness in a large number of instances.

"With these points in view we beg to
introduce herewith, a one-piece welded
wrought iron door tram ime is

ructed scientifically of specially
rolled wrought iron in different shapes as
shown on the following panes. These
frames are. without doubt, better than
anv other frame on the market today.
being absolutely fireproof in construction
and. therefore, the most durable for
modern use. In Europe they are in-
Stalled in the following buildings:

"In over 100 up-to-date hospitals and
sanitariums. In over 50 bathing estab-
lishment and lavatories. In over 80
colleges and schools. In over 40 com-
mercial and industrial buildings. In over
40 trmv and navy buildings. In over 60
administration and public buildings. In
J? other different buildir

"This partial list shows that in about
400 buildings there were over 100.000
frames installed, which shows the pro-
gress made in this respect in the short
time they have been on the European
market, "The first-class Up-tO date archi-
tect demands the best one-piece •
iron door frame."

These rolled wrought iron door frames
received the grand prize at the world's
fair held in Brussels in 191'
received the highest indorsement that

architects can give, since large numbers
of them in Germany and other European
countries, many of them in government
employ, have Specified them. These
frames were especially designed and per-

When writing I



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