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WOMEN TELL OF TERRORS
COLORADO STRIKE WAR
New York, May 27. Graphic word
pictures of the terrors of the Col
orado strike war were oainted todav
for the United States commission on'l
industrial relations by wives of two
Mrs. Pearl Jolly, who was under
fire forseveral days in the Ludlow
tent colony, and Mrs. Mary Hanna
Thomas' who helped remove the
bodies of 11 women and children
from the burned tents after the fight
ing, were allowed to tell their stories.
Mrs. Jolly denied charges that the
miners were heavily armed. She said
the men had only 40 rifles, the others:
having been confiscated and given tot
Baldwin-Felts detectives and the mili-
tia. She declared she had been many
times fired upon while wearing a red'
cross nurse's uniform and was once
Mrs. Thomas declared that militia
men ruined '''dozens of young girls'"
during their stay at Ludlow.
He'd eat his lunch in a minute;
He had no time to spare.
At a mounted fish in a window
He'd stop an hour to stare.
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