Aeronautics: Cannibals & Cruisers

Five months ago two French aviators named Gate and Constant-Bree, flying around the west African coast, vanished in a storm over Portuguese Guinea. After several weeks without word of the men, Pilot Gate's wife went in search of them, insisted on accompanying a detail of Portuguese soldiers into the wilderness of the Cacheo River. Last week the Senegal correspondent of the Paris Petit Journal reported that Mme Gate & party had returned to the coast, not with her husband but with horrid information gleaned from natives. Pilots Gate & Constant-Bree had crashed...

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