The correspondent says that Budenny's cavalry corps worked in association
with these fearful women. It was a regular prac- tice to out the throats of all the patients in Polish hospitals. Budenny's men stopped a Red Cross train and massacred Count Jarocholski and all his staff. The bodies were so mutilated that only three could be identified. The boot, the water torture, and the quartering of victims were some of the forms of torture. Some Jewish women and Chinamen captured at Kieff were found in possession of little metal spoons with edges sharpened like knives, specially designed for cutting out the eyes of those handed over for torture. Other tortures were skinning alive and pulling men's bodies asunder by herees.