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girf, be punished ior contempt?
He told how Mrs. Noble had
sworn to two .affidavits setting
forth that her daughter's.age was
only 18, whereas it is 20. .
Campbell, the Cuneo's lawyer,
questioned Mrs. Nobfe at length,
and forced her to admit this
Gemmill ordered Mrs. tyoble to
appear befoer him to answer ton
Mrs. Noble- and her daughter,
both dazed, found themselves out
side the court room and Miss No
ble explained why the- truth had
not been told about her age.
''My mother and I went to see
State's Attorney Wayman when
it at last became apparent that
Jack did not intend to marry me'
"Wayman asked me if 1 was
18. I said I was. He asked me
if I was sure. I did' riot answer.
He turned half way around, and
began fumbling some papers,
" 1 have stretched a point be
fore,' he said, (
Assistant State's Attorney Fet
zer was aslced today-if the sud
den rushing of the case to trial
without due notice were not ir
regular. He became abusive.
"What the hell do I care what
they (the Nobles) says?" he
"I've been suspicious of Miss
Noble ever since I found her
mother lied. That's why I made
this investigation, and brought
the thing to immediate trial. It
is customary to do so, otherwise'
a man might be held in jail unjustly,"
u'ls. Cuneo in jail now?" was
"No," said Fetzer, and refused
to give any other reason for the
sudden rushing to trial.
"If Mrs. Noble and her daugh
ter knew they weer coming down
to trial todiy, why didn't they
bring their attorney, Erbstein,
with them?" was asked.
r Fetzer did not reply.
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BUT IT DID FATHER,
Fitzdaube has all the sensitive
ness to color of the true artist and
doesn't mind showing it.
His neighbors are really very
nice people, but they have abso
lutely no taste, and Fitzdaube
frequently criticises them very
seyerely in the bosom of his fam-
One morning little Ethelinda
Fitzdaube knocked loudly at the
neighbor's frpnt door.
"Show me the new rug in your
drawing room!" she said, with
The good lady took her to the
room, and Ethelinda planted her
self firmly in a chair and stared at
the gaudy rug.
She stared until her eyes wat
ered, andstill,snept?ke rrat
Her host was jus"t beginning to
wonder what was the matter,
when at last Ethelinda pro
nounced her verdict.
"Well, it doesn't "make ME
sick-!"- she declared decisively.
George F. Misch, 5229 Calumet
ave., held up and robbed of gold
watch, $5 and diamond stick put
in front of 5201 Calumet ave.