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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 17, 1912, Image 11

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YOUNG MRS. KULPIS GLASS PIES
WERE NOT LIKE MOTHER
USED TO MAKE; NOW SHE IS
CHARGED WITH MURDER
ATTEMPT
Allentown, Pa., Jan. 17 "This
pie isn't anything like mother
used to make," exclaimed John
Kulp, after he had cut off a quarter-piece
of grape pie his three
months bride had made for him.
The pie tasted gritty and bit
ter, not at all like good grape pie
To Which Is Added
a Narrative of a
Rather Amusing
Trial Which Ended
in Courtroom Battle
to poison her husband. Taken
before Squire A. D. Kichline of
Egypt, where the young couple
live, the preliminary trial was be
gun; to a bystander it afforded a
great deal of fun.
Kulp testified that his bride
had "got sore at him" for somq.
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Mrs. Helen Sneyd Kulp.
should. Then he says he exam
ined the pie; lifting the lid Kulp
found a handful of ground glass
and a chemist found enough
strychnine to poison a family.
The bride had left for the home
of her parents after baking the
pie. Next morning-she came back
and was arrested for attempting
reason, unknown to him (cryj
from one side of the courtroom
"Liar!") and that she had threat-1
ened to "clean out the whole Kulp
tribe." Vociferous cries of
"Liar! Liar!" from some source.)
The testimony of all the Kulp
witnesses was interspersed with
Joud, louder and still louder cries
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