he Bowbells tribune. (Bowbells, Ward Co., N.D.) August 21, 1914
UP IN “JUNGLES”
HOBO LINES UP BUN’CH OP MEN,
RELIEVING THEM OF ALL
Wyndmere, N. D., Aug. 19.—A
regular “bold bad man” stunt was
enacted at the “jungles” near the
Soo stock yards at the expense of
the transients who happened to be
registered there. Entering each
car as he went along with a gun
and a flash light a robber lined up
the men, relieved them of their
cash and anything of value which
they had about them and then
made his getaway, carefully locking
the -door after him so there would
he no danger of interruption while
working his game further along.
At a grand council the next morn
ing the ‘,boes” estimated that the
robber had made a haul In the
vicinity of $70.
TRAMPS CAN'T RIDE FREE they are Pretty Indignant at Railroad for Infringing on Their Alleged Rights. There were about 150 summer tourists. tramps or harvest hands, or whatever they call themselves, got into town Saturday over the Milwaukee road with the expectation of...
The Denison review. (Denison, Iowa) September 01, 1915, HOBO" JUNGLES SCENE OF SCRAP Young Man Badly Cut Up by Fellow Hobo Sunday Forenoon at Camp Near Northwestern Station GUILTY ONE MAKES ESCAPE Injured Man Taken to Hospital, Where He Is Being Cared for—Says .....
The Denison review. (Denison, Iowa) 1915 "HOBO" JUNGLES SCENE OF SCRAP Young Man Badly Cut Up by Fellow Hobo Sunday Forenoon at Camp Near Northwestern Station GUILTY ONE MAKES ESCAPE Injured Man Taken to Hospital, Where He Is Being Cared for —
The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1913 How well society we, all of 'us have conserved human health and life for the responsibilities of today and tomorrow ,is marked by monuments to man's inhumanity to man in every state and cbunty of this...
The Day book., July 24, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 24 About The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917 SKINNING THE HOBO. We should call it skinning, not robbing, the hobo. I mean by hoboes the men who shock and thrash the grain, help build the railroads and all other con...
The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) May 01, 1913, HOBOES ARE NOT TRAMPS, AS PEOPLE THINK- THEY'RE THE RESULT OF GREED OE CAPITAL BY JANE WHITAKER I am going to tell you of one of the greatest evils inflicted by capital ism upon labor. There are over a million hoboes in the...
The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1916, HOBO COLLEGE TO OPEN FIRST SEMESTER SUNDAY NIGHT The International Hobo College will begin its first semester of the 1916-17 college year with a meeting Sunday night, at which many prominent people of the...
The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) June 09, 1913, Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL The first number of the "Hobo News, dedicated to the interests ofthe hoboes of America, was published Saturday. The editor of the new...
The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) January 06, 1917, COCHRAN'S COMMENT THE HOBO. Golden Rule Jones used to tell a story that might help Jack Lait and others understand the hobo. Once a man got out of work in a small town. Not because he didn't want to work, but because...
The day book. (Chicago, Ill August 31, 1916 Strikebreaking agencies are finding it 'mighty hard to get strikebreakers for duty in case the threat of a railroad strike becomes a reality. Tempting offers are being made to land the men who are out of jobs. A big price...