Six Months’ Loss in 1910, ’ll, ’12.

Six Months’ Loss in 1910, ’ll, ’12.

During the first six months of 1910 the fire loss in the United States amounted to $84,082,000; in 1911, to $110,882,000; in 1912, to $112,554,000. With the late lamented Artemus Ward it may well be asked. “Why this business?”

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