Striker Sentenced for Violating Picketing Law
A woman runs off with a man who has no legs? Somebody at The Times had a grim sense of humor.
Aug. 11, 1910: A judge sentences E.P. Kreamer to a $50 [$1,136.94 USD 2009] fine or 50 days in jail for violating the anti-picketing ordinance. The next man facing trial was Carl Schultzer, a striking brewery worker, but jury selection went slowly, according to The Times and the Herald.