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Manitoba Daily Free Press
Winnipeg, Canada
29 April 1891

Jack the Ripper May be Dead

London, April 28.
A report is current in this city that the unknown man who some three weeks ago suicided at Wimbledon, has been identified as "Jack the Ripper." Not much credence is, however, given to the story in well-informed circles.