INTERNATIONAL: Worse Than Vestris

More people were killed last week by a deadly European gale and a South American cyclone than went down with the S. S. Vestris.

The gale blew the North Sea against Europe with such force that tides rose three feet higher than usual and ten small steamers swamped and sank with a loss of life estimated at 46. The Swedish freighter Scandsuvia was towed by tugs into Boulogne, France, with her cargo shifted, leaning over almost as far as did the Vestris.

In England a man was blown off London Bridge to drown in the...

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