I believe the designation of Marija SKULJ as Slovakia to be incorrect.I find 2 ship manifests for person(s) by this name and both are Slovenian.Ancestry transcribers did error on one manifest and listed her as Slovak but viewing the original doc it is Slovenian
As well the 1930 Pueblo census lists her as Slovenian
Name Age Jerry Zdravye 53 arr US 1901 Mary Zdravye 42 arr US 1905 Jerry J Zdravye 21 Angela J Zdravye 19 Joe J Zdravye 16 Willie J Zdravye 14 Dorothy Zdravye 8 Note the census lists both as NAturalized US Citizens, in which case most likley only Jerry went through the process and prior to 1922 wives automatically became US Citizens.
As does the 1910 census Name Age Jerry Edravja 34 Mary Edravja 23 Mary Edravja 3 Jerry Edravja 1 3/12 Note the surname error it is ZDRAVJA
As does the 1920 census Name Age Jerry Zdlaevge 43 Mary Zdlaevge 32 Mary Zdlaevge 12 Jerry Zdlaevge 10 Julia Zdlaevge 9 Joe Zdlaevge 6 William Zdlaevge 4 [4 1/12] This census gives 1905 as their year of NAturalization
There is a man called Johann ZDRAVJE that the Ellis Island web page has mistranscribed as
First Name: Johann Last Name: Zdeavye Ethnicity: Austrian Last Place of Residence: Laibach Date of Arrival: Feb 24, 1902 Age at Arrival:20yGender:MMarital Status:S Ship of Travel: La Champagne Port of Departure: Havre Destination to Pueblo CO to brother J???
Jerry is not a name that one would find in Slovenia, obviously the name was changed in Colorado