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Clearfield Progress
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
21 April 1922

ANOTHER JACK THE RIPPER MURDER

Chicago, Ill., April 21.

The nude body of a beautiful blonde woman, about thirty years of age, was found in an old moving van on the South Side here today. The body was covered with bruises. The woman had been dead only a few hours. A bloody spot on a door step just a few blocks from where the body was found led the police to believe that it had been dragged out before daybreak today.

New York, April 21.

The police today were without a tangible clue in the second fiendish murder of a woman to occur in New York within two weeks. Mrs. Elizabeth Brodowitzky was found slain and her body mangled almost beyond recognition in the coal bin of an apartment. Mrs. Brodowitzky's body was found by her husband when she failed to prepare his evening meal.