The day book. (Chicago, Ill.)June 09, 1913,

The first number of the “Hobo News, dedicated to the interests of the hoboes of America, was published

The editor of the new paper is Dr.Axel Gustafson, the assistant editorsare S. F. Cleveland, J. A. Smith and
August Schiermeyer. The new paper wjll he the official organ of the International Brother
hood Welfare Association, of which James Ead, the St. Louis millionaire hobo, is national
chairman pro tem.

The first page of the “Hobo” Newsis  ‘given over to a cartoon showing organized, labor and unorganized la
bor struggling against itself, and bound by the chain of starvation
wages, injunctions, child labor, the high “cost of living, lockouts, private ownership and partisan politics’