He Did but He Didn't. fail Kisensehlmel, one of (he police department's handwriting experts, was on l iie wilness stand, and the attorney for the defendant was more or less deeply interested in proving that as a handwVlling export Eisenschimel was a mighty line bricklayer. ".Now, Kisensehimel," he asked, "have you ever made a mistake?" "Yes, 1 have," llo witness replied. "Ah," the attorney snapped. "Tell us when you made a mistake." , "I never made one," said the handwriting hand-writing expert, "but I don't like to hear a man say bo's infallible. So put It down on the record Eisenschimel once made a mistake. Hut I never made one; lot that be clear." San Francisco Chronicle.