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court room, where he had been re
leased on writ of "habeas corpus.
Charged with passing worthless
B. Horner, 17, and brother,
Charles, 19, 14 W. Superior st,
slightly injured by streetcar.
Fred Burrell, 25, theatrical
manager, St. Louis, Mo., and
Margaret Crews, 19, telephone
operator there, arrested in Wag
ner hotel, W. Madison and Clin
ton sts., after Burrelhcharged her
with stealing watch. He's charg
ed with white slavery now.
L. E. Hennis, 20, Englewood,
sentenced to Bridewell for 90
days on complaint of father, who
charges him with operating con
Wm. Raster, 6743 Perry av.,
wanted to see if cop had nerve
enough to arrest him if he vio
lated traffic ordinance. He found
out. $2 fine.
Collection bf 1,186,135 nickels
and 830,295 transfers collected on
street cars Christmas eve. "And
still the employes have to threat
en to strike to get enough money
to buy shoes for the baby.
Case of F. M. Nimpfer, waiter
at Blackstone hotel, charged by
Mrs. N. B. Owen, 3254 Cottage
Grove av:, with annoying her,
New Year will not be a very
happy one for employes of city.
Going to get their pay cut about
20 per cent. City has to cut their
expenses. Why pick on the em
ployes? Why not cut Harrison's
G. E. Wolf, assistant manager
J.aSalle hotel, bragged there was
no man living who could pick his
pockets. Diamond stickpin be
longing to him returned in en
velope by L. Wheeler, house de
tective, with note saying: "If
you can't take care of your pres
ents get a bodyguard."
HEAD LICE CURE
Although it seems a -needlessly
Unpleasant subject to discuss,
head lice are found here and there
among children by school nurses
and physicians. Inasmuch as it is
a disease foV which many persons
often want aid, and one that many
have a great deal of hesitancy in
discussing, it may be well to give
a recipe here.
The following wash is used by
many school nurses and should
be repeated two or three nights to
be beneficial :
Mix efual parts of kerosene
and olive oil (sweet oil) and at
night rub the mixture well into
the scalp. Then cover the hair
with a piece of muslin and fasten
about the head securely.
Caution Do not bring the
head in contact with any kind of
flame or the gas jet. '
In the morning wash the scalp
well with soap and hot water and
vinegar. Then use a fine-toothed
comb wet with vinegar to remove
Dry the hair thoroughly after
ward with a towel.
The word" bungalow is an Anglo-Indian
version of the Hindoo'
bangla, "which primarily means'
Bengali, or of Bengal, and is also
applied to a thatched hut.