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Ogden Standard
Utah, USA
21 April 1892

Jack the Ripper Not In It

Chicago, April 20.
The mutilated body found in the lake yesterday was identified late this afternoon as that of Mrs. Clara Marshall, of South Chicago. One of her children, Emma Marshall, identified the remains, and said that her mother had been missing several days; that she had been slightly demented since a son in law struck her on the head with a club three months ago. Mrs. Marshall is 54 years old and the mother of a large family. The coroner's jury decided that the wounds on the body were inflicted by tugs in the harbor.