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"Oh, I don't-care to state," said
"Oh, you don't!" said Gavin. "Well,
the court may have something to
say about that."
Judge .Hopkins ordered Sensibaugh
to answer the question.
Sensibaugh looked confused, the
Rev. Williams, sitting beside Prose
cutor Langtry, looked pained.
"I I I don't know exactly," Sen
sibaugh stammered, after a painful
"Well, tell us approximately," sug
"I I don't remember," said Sensi
baugh. , "Ever paid by check?" asked
"Why, yes," said the "investigat
"What bank was the check on?"
"I I don't remember."
"I want a direct answer," persist
"But I don't remember."'
"Can't you even recollect part of
"Well, it was It was the Chicago
bank or ttie State Bank of Chicago,
or something like that."
Both Sensibaugh and Williams
seemed relieved when Gavin left this
line of questioning to devote himself
to. contradictions in Sensibaugh's
"Do you remember testifying April
18 that you had seen eight couples
going into the hotel whereas you are
now swearing to seeing thirteen cou
ples?" Gavin asked.
"I never did."
"Do you know where B. R., this
innocent girl you say 'you took
to a bedroom in & place you brand
as a notorious resort, now is?",
"No,',' said Sensibaugh.
"Know her occupation?"
"Know if she's a prostitute?"
Sensibaugh did not answer. Wil
cutor Langtry. Lantry entered, aja
"I may prove something in this
connection before I'm through," said
Gavin. "I demand that this B. R. girl
be brought into court"
"Have the girl in court this after
noon," ordered Judge Hopkins.
"Now Mr. Sensibaugh," continued
Gavin, "where did you first meet B.
"I can't remember."
"Can't you remember approxi
mately?" "Well, It was down town some
"Where did you meet her the sec
"Oh, I'm not plain' sure."
Sensibaugh was sweating by this
"How often have you been to Wil
"I don't remember."
"How often in the last three
"I can't say. Maybe every day." ,
"Ever meef B. R. there?"
"I don't remember."
"Your" memory seems to be real
bad," commented Gavin. "You don't
seem to remember except that you
saw thirteen couples go into the Erie
April 8, do you?"
"Waal, I can't remember every
thing," said Sensibaugh.
"That's quite different," said
Gavin. "Haveyou ever discussed this
case with the Rev. Williams? "
"Yes, but merely to agree on
"Do you know the names of any
of the girls you saw going to the
hotel with men?"
"Why certainly, not," said Sensip.
baugh, quite indignantly.
"Do you know if they were mar
ried?" "I know some of them weren't,"
said Sensibaugh, darkly.
"How do you know, since you say
you don't kc7 any of them."
"Waal yoO,)e I'll tell you what
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