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by the coroner's juries for the
murder of Conductor Witt and
George Hehr, and why he did not
present the evidence against
these men to the grand jury as in
structed by the coroner's juries.
The Federation also will ask
Coroner Hoffman how it happen
ed that the coroner's juries in
these two cases failed to fix re
sponsibility for the murders more
SIMPLY WANTS NAME
"I don't want his money I
want his name. And I don't want
that so much for myself as for the
child that is to come."
This is the cry of Miss Carlotta
Noble, of 3329 Washington blvd.,
who says that Columbus ("Jack")
Cuneo, son of the fruit king, be
trayed and jilted her.
Miss Noble filed a breach of
promise suit against young Cuneo
Saturday, but says she would
withdraw this in a minute if Cu
neo would keep his promise and
"What does the money matter
to me?" she asked. "The money
cannot repay me -for all the suf
fering and all the sadness I have
"I just want Jack to do right
by me. He would, too, if he were
left alone. It is not he who wishes
to call the marriage off. It is his
"If Jack would only marry me,
I would be happy with him on
$15 a week. The money is noth
ing, but I had to do something
because I am going to become a
mother in the winter."
There was a rumor today thai
the Cuneos intended to settle in
order to prevent young Cuneo
being dragged into court. Frank
Cuneo, the father, when seen at
his home, 4849 Sheridan road,
would not discuss the rumor.
Miss Noble has not seen nor
heard from Jack Cuned since she
filed the suit, although she has
been expecting to.
A remark dropped by Miss No
ble may lead to a police and cor
oner's investigation of the Cuneos
in connection with the death last
February of John J. Bohn, mil
Bohn was knocked down at
Sheridan road and Leland avenue
by an automobile. Members of
the Cuneo family were suspected,
and questioned. The case was
dropped when Jack Cuneo proved
Miss Noble says that about this
time Jack Cuneo boasted of the
scrapes his father's money had
got him out of.
Captain Cudmore, of the Sum
merdale station, who handled the
Bohn case, says he will interview
Miss Noble as to her statement.
Miss Noble is 20 years old.
Jack Cuneo is 23.
Schuettler's gambling squad
brought 43 more gamblers into
the Desplaines street court this
25 of them were captured in a
raid on 'the basement under the
saloon of Fitzgerald & Monahan,
71 W. Monroe st. Harry Martin,
the keeper, fined $100 and costs.
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