Issue 9 and Volume 53.

MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS The new auto truck for Princeton, Ill., will cost $5,500. Thorofare, Pa., has put a chemical fire engine in service. The Pullman Motor Car Co. will furnish York City, Pa., with a chief’s car, to cost $2,200. Chief Haible, of the Elgin, Ill., fire department will soon have a $2,000 auto wagon. New York City expects to have at least 156 pieces of motor apparatus in service by the end of 1913. During 1912 three pieces of motor apparatus were added to the fire department of Niagara Falls, N. Y. Oroville, Cal., has put into service an auto American-La France combination chemical truck, the cost of which was $0,000. One of the features of the Philadelphia com mercial show has been the 2-ton Alco truck purchased by the fire department. No. 8 Engine Company will be the first company in the fire department of Baltimore to be…

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