Item of Interest

The new Publishing House building is to be definitely fireproof, since the structure is of stone, steel, and concrete and the communication doors are to be of metal. A sprinkler system is being installed in the plant portion of the building as a further protection to the contents.

In spite of some days of stormy weather, which interrupted the stone setting on Section "A," excellent progress has been made. The parapet at the fourth-floor level has been set, and by the time this Item is read the limestone and brick walls doubtless will have proceeded to the sixth floor.

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