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Entered as Second-Class Mattel' April 2L, 1914, at the Postoffice at "
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I THE DAY BOOK
An Adlees Daily Newspaper.
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N. D Cochran, "fPFwfifc" Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. gg By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St 396 Chicago, $3-a Year.
VOL.3, NO. 197
Chicago, Tuesday, May 19, 1914
WOMEN LUDLOW SURVIVORS SAY THE
MILITIAMEN WENT BLOOD MAD
Three Miners' Wives Who Lived In Tents Shredded by
Soldiers Machine Guns Were In Chicago To
day Tell of Massacre Are 'Bound
' for Washington.
Three-women -who woke in their
beds to hear machine gun bullets
tearing through Ludlow tent colony
on the morning of April 19, came to
They told the story of. corporation
mine guards in militia uniforms turn
ing a machine gun loose, killing thir
teen children, four women and six
' And they said the full number of
dead can not be known, unless wells,
cisterns and coke ovens around Lud
low will tell about bodies thrown in
to them by the drunken, blood-mad
The three miners' wives are Mrs.
M. H. Thomas, Mrs. Paul Jolly ana
Mrs. Mary Petrusa. With the party
are Judge Ben. Lindsey and Mrs.
Leigh Champion. They have creden
tials from the United Mine Workers,
the Women's Relief Committee of
Colorado, and civic organizations.