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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 24',
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HERO AVIATOR AND U. S. SCRIBE
DASHED TO DEATH
Paris, June 18. Reginald A. J.
Warneford, Canadian aviator recent
ly awarded the Victoria cross and
cross of Legion of Honor for his dar
ing feat in blowing to pieces a Zep
pelin over Belgium, and Henry
Beach Needham, American writer,
were killed yesterday by the fall of
an aeroplane at Buc, France.
According to report, the accident
resulted from an explosion in midair,
which caused Lieut. Warneford to
lose control of the machine and it
crashed to earth.
Needham, who became well known
through his investigations of labor
and living conditions in the Mesaba
range, Minnesota, and on the isthmus
of Panama, and was at one time as
sistant editor of McClure's Magazine,
had been in Europe about four
months acting as correspondent of
magazines and a New York news
paper. He had received permission
from the military authorities to make
the flight to obtain material for a
Lieut. Warneford made his first
flight at Hendon, Eng., less than five
months ago and had been with the
flying squadron only a few weeks.
QUACKS AND MIDWIVES HIT
Quacks and midwives received
some hard blows yesterday. Dr.
David Apfelbaum, whose license was
taken in 1910 after a fraud order was
issued against him by the federal U.
S. district, court, was fined $100 for
To his home at 4713 Prairie av.,
where he had a sign in window, and
his office, women patients flocked to
Dr. Apfelbaum for "relief from their
His office at 36 W. Randolph st
bore no sign. A near-by physician
quoted Apfelbaum as saying that
"his women patients did not want to
be seen going into a doctor's office."
Mrs. Louis Shapiro, 312 Douglas
MyjL, as Jhe object o a warrant
sworn out by Mrs. Nora Morley, po
licewoman. Mrs. Shapiro, according
to the officer, sold her some pills in
tended to produce an abortion.
COLORS OF RAINBOW IN BETTY.
BROWN'S BEACH SUIT
Most of the colors of the rainbow
were borrowed to give brightness to
this smart little beach suit deigned
by Mme. Margaruff of the Fashion
Art League of America. The taffeta
of red and green and blue in two
toned shades is subdued in color by
the broad band of blue taffeta at the
bottom and on the bolero jacket
The long sleeves are laced with
blue silk and the bat-wing cap is of
taffeta in plain blue.
It's a, cinch that the girl who de
clares she only married for a home
has a reputation as a gadder all oyer
the neighborhood , . ."
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