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He says he hopes to put California J HEARST MAN FINED FOR GIVING
on the football map, although at NEWSBOY BEATING
present the Golden State huskies When Louis Krasny asked a nolice-
have no rating in the east, having re
turned to the American game only
AncVew L. Smith
WOMEN'S TRADE UNION LEAGUE
MEETING SUNDAY EVENING
The public meeting of the Wom
en's Trade Union league will be held
Sunday evening at Schiller hall, 64
W. Washington st The executive
board decided to call the meeting in
the evening in order that the mem
bers of the league might have oppor
tunity of attending the mass meeting
to be held in the First Regiment Ar
mory in the afternoon, where speak
ers will tell of the Irish labor move
ment o o
New Mexico broke all records for
metal production last year, the out
put being $18,277,000 in value. ,
man, who had seen him beaten up by
a slugging driver for Hearst's Chi
cago Examiner, to arrest the slugger
the policeman laughed at him.
When Krasny went to the ser
geant's office at the S. Chicago police
station to swear out a warrant for
the man who had beaten him up the
police told him if he had the Hearst
employe arrested that he would lose
his city permit to sell papers.
When the warrant was sworn out
the police did not serve it until Mrs.
Krasny, more than a week later,
made complaint to Chief Healey.
Such was the influence of Hearst's
paper on the police.
The case came to trial in "Judge
Rafferty's court yesterday and Paul
Brown, 8700 Buffalo av., the pugilistic
driver, was fined $10 and costs.
Brown delivered Examiners and
handled Saturday Evening Posts as a
side line. On the morning of March
2 Krasny, who sells papers at 92d and
Exchange av., told Brown he had
given him the wrong count of Posts
When Brown denied, Krasny called
Policeman John Lewe to the stand.
Lewe, it was told, counted the Posts
and found that Krasny was right in
Brown beat Krasny up. Dr. E. B.
Warpert, who attended the newsboy
while he lay off a week in a serious
condition at his home, 8929 Exchange
av., testified his wounds came near
resulting in blood poisoning and
blindness. He had deep gashes in
his head where he had been hit with
some kind of a billy.
Lewe would not arrest Brown, but
minded Krasny's stand while he went
to the police station" to get a warrant.
Attorney Clayton L. Pense handled
the case in court for Krasny.
Cardinal Gibbons says he wonders
how Billy Sunday makes such big
audiences hear him. The cardinal
never heard Billy roast an umpire. .