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Newark Daily Advocate
Ohio, U.S.A.

28 April 1891

Another Jack the Ripper

Berlin, April 28.
The body of a woman, identified as that of the wife of a tailor named Imlelaw, was found behind the military hospital at Beuthon on the Polish frontier. The body was horribly mutilated after the manner of Jack the Ripper, some of the wounds having evidently been inflicted with a view to destroying the identity of the victim. Her husband was arrested but released on proofs of his innocence. The surgeon of the hospital with whom it is alleged the woman was criminally intimate, has also been arrested on suspicion.