The November Fire Loss The fire loss in the United States and Canada during the month of November, as compiled by the New York “Journal of Commerce,” aggregated $21,372,750, as compared with $15,207,000 charged against November last year, an increase of over six million dollars lor the month. The losses for the eleven months of 1914 already reach a total of $212,084,200, as against $208,596,900 for the same months in 1913. The following table gives a comparison of the losses by months this year with those of the same months in 1913 and 1912, together with the monthly record for the balance of those years: T’l 11 mos.$207,335,600 $208,596,900 $212,084,200 December . 17,967,000 16,126,450 . T’l for y’r.$225,302,600 $224,723,350 . During the month there was an unusually large number of serious fires, no less than 362 being reported as having caused property damage of $10,000 or over in each instance.