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Calgary Tribune
Alberta, Canada
24 October 1888

London, Oct. 19.
The chairman of the Whitechapel vigilance committee to-day received through the mail one half of the left kidney of a woman believed to be that of one of the murdered victims, accompanied by a derisive note from the supposed murderer.