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UNUSUAL FLOODS IN FRANCE AND ON THE RHINE DO MUCH DAMAGE 'V " r r HMMK IMIi'fr. r ' 7 J-..i.-.A-..A. ' 1WBHC 7 lap wij-- . I J; Great automobile park of the American army near Coblenz inundated over night by a AvVy Jf r rT sudden rise in the Rhine. Thousands of cars of all types were wholly or partly submerged jt Jf JKF XVnvrT) , . . before they could be hauled to higher ground. iii.tto intfrnatinnni. J JK YX( v T th ftOy At left Latest photograph of the Baroness de Cartier de Marchienne, wife of the Belgian Minister to the United States. She was formerly Mrs. Hamilton Wilkes Cary, prominent in American society. (0yriKht. Harris & Ewinr-r. Below Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen and Lady Cunliffe-Owen, recent arrivals from Europe. It is the fortv-sixth trip the British tobacco manu facturer has made to this country. CopyriRhr, Keystone View. H'1A Jl A n Above The fu force of the flood had not been reached in Paris when this photograph was taken, though the swollen Seine already had done much damage. The iso lated derrick is used at normal stages of the river to unload barges. I'lioto Urilorwnod Underwood. At left Another view of the swollen Seine at Paris, where immense damage already has been done and much more is feared, as the flood has not reached its crest. Ihoto Underwood Underwood. ft