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Calgary Tribune
Alberta, Canada
14 November 1888

Whitechapel Murders - Police on a Hot Scent.

London, Nov. 14.
The police are confident that they are on the right track in the search for the Whitechapel murderer. Two persons have been found who saw the man that accompanied the last victim to her room on the night she was murdered. The descriptions of the man tally in every respect.

London, Nov. 9.
The body of a woman has been found murdered and mutilated in a house on Dorest street. the murder was committed in the woman's own room and the body cut up in a horrible manner.

London, Nov 12.
The latest Whitechapel murder is still the leading topic of discussion and all the old theories as to the identity of the murderer is (sic) revived. The face of the woman killed when her body was found resembled a bloody ball. The nose, ears and cheeks were missing but the eyes had not been touched. The surgeons stitched the face together as best they could but they found it impossible to identify the woman from such of her features as were intact or sewed together.

London, Nov. 13.
The excitement connected with the Whitechapel horrors has been increased by finding the body of a woman in the Thames.