FULL TEXT: Szolnock, Hungary, Feb. 7. – Maria Joljart, one of the nearly 40 [40?; illegible] women arrested for trial on charges of murder by arsenic poisoning was sentenced to penal servitude for for life today for poisoning of her husband and her lover.
The woman pleaded she was innocent, saying that the poison had been administered without her knowledge by a midwife who is charged with supplying poison to several other accused women and who since committed suicide.
[“Hungarian Woman Poisoner Gets Life,” Sandusky Register (Oh.), Feb. 8, 1930, p. 1]