Issue 21 and Volume 33.

OGDEN AND ITS FIRE PROTECTORS. Next to having a firstclass fire department, Chief G. A. Graves, of Ogden, Utah, is determined that in its equipment it shall come behind that of no city of its size. The State of Utah has not as many fire departments as she ought to have; but she has some that are very good, and among them is that of Ogden. Chief Graves has seen to it that its head quarters (illustrated herewith) shall be in every way up-to-date and a handsome building besides, and has added to his force and equipment a pompier force that is fit to go anywhere and do anything. Some idea of the excellence of the equipment and buildings may be gathered from the fact that they are valued at about $30,000 no small sum for a city that does not boast a high antiquity. But the department has to…

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