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Calgary Daily Herald
Alberta, Canada
2 October 1888

NO CLUE YET

TO THE MYSTERIOUS LONDON MURDERS

A Reward of Five Hundred Pounds Offered by the Lord Mayor of London.

London, 2.
The police have got no clue to the White Chapel murders. Several arrests have been made in suspicion but there is little hope of any one of them being the man wanted. The Lord Mayor has offered five hundred pounds reward for the arrest of the murderers.