Vitriol Thrower Freed-Aug 1912
col by a ac law Hazle president, part the VITRIOL THROWER FREED Â« Court Suspends Sentence After Hearing Hearing the Evidence. York, Pa, Aug 27.--The court released Mrs. Mildred Cartledge, ol Lowell, Mass., without hesitancy and suspended sentence after hearing evi dence in the case. Th"e woman was cliarged with throwing vitriol in the face of Cora Krout, a pretty young girl, whom the charged with being too intimate her husband. The affair occurred July 15, 1907, five years ago. After the woman the vitriol she eluded the officers by escaping to Lowell, where she has since resided until located a few ago and brought back to York for trial. The court decided that there was mitigating circumstances in connection connection with the affair sufficient to justify her release. The action of the court seems to have been commended by general public.