Foreign News: Regina Maria in Trouble

In London last week everyone was complaining "the sun has not been out since before Christmas." In Venice thermometers crawled down below freezing, stayed there for four consecutive days, while the Grand Canal froze solid. One day it cost $20,000 to clear the snow from Berlin's streets, a rare event, for special gangs of street sweepers rarely have to be employed in the German capital. But while storms and blizzards raged over all Europe last week, the greatest weather-made sensation broke on the Black Sea.

In the palace at Bucharest, King Carol of Rumania,...

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