Chicago Patrol Improves Houses

Issue 1 and Volume 81.

Chicago Patrol Improves Houses With the opening of the new headquarters of the Chicago Fire Insurance Patrol, Chief Frank C. McAuliffe was so well pleased with the workings of the Automatic apparatus door equipment that he has ordered similar equipment for four more patrol houses. This order includes an outfit for Patrol No. 3, the busiest fire company. During the past five years this company has responded to over 2,700 alarms each year. Seven of the nine patrols are now equipped with products of the Automatic Power Door Manufacturing Company. Chief McAuliffe expects to have the remaining companies fitted out as soon as plans for such alterations can be approved. M. E. Krause is special fire department representative of the door equipment concern in the Chicago territory. Los Angeles, Cal., Orders More Boxes—Since the original order of 260 fire alarm boxes from the Harrington-Seaberg Corporation, Los Angeles, Cal., has placed…

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