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 Margaret was discovered at about 10:55 pm by store manager of Messrs. Lidbetter Sons & Co., Grocers and Provision Merchants John Sprentall on the night of January 2 , who informed a policeman, PC Arthur Edward Kidd , who was on duty near the taxi rank.  Margaret was discovered at about 10:55 pm by store manager of Messrs. Lidbetter Sons & Co., Grocers and Provision Merchants John Sprentall on the night of January 2 , who informed a policeman, PC Arthur Edward Kidd , who was on duty near the taxi rank. 
  
-Margaret was naked from the waist down and part of her upper clothing was missing. Her head was covered with bundles of celery tons. She had been beaten repeatedly on the head. None of the blows was delivered by anyone of any real strenght. She had a gag in her mouth and was still alive and she was taken away on a stretcher and put into an ambulance, but she died before it got to Dewsbury+Margaret was naked from the waist down and part of her upper clothing was missing. Her head was covered with bundles of celery tons. She had been beaten repeatedly on the head. None of the blows was delivered by anyone of any real strenght. She had a gag in her mouth and was still alive and she was taken away on a stretcher and put into an ambulance, but she died before it got to Dewsbury ​hospital.
  
 The autopsy stated that she had died from haemorrhage and shock from wounds on her face. Some of the wounds to her face were thought to have been caused by a bottle whilst a wound inside her vagina was thought to have been caused by another implement. At the scene, they also found a bottle with blood on it and hairs. It was a one-pint bottle labelled R Whitaker & Sons, Brewers, Halifax, Standard stout, Specially brewed for invalids. It contained half a pint of beer and was closed with a screwed-in stopper. A December issue of the Burnley Express and Advertiser was also found. ​ The autopsy stated that she had died from haemorrhage and shock from wounds on her face. Some of the wounds to her face were thought to have been caused by a bottle whilst a wound inside her vagina was thought to have been caused by another implement. At the scene, they also found a bottle with blood on it and hairs. It was a one-pint bottle labelled R Whitaker & Sons, Brewers, Halifax, Standard stout, Specially brewed for invalids. It contained half a pint of beer and was closed with a screwed-in stopper. A December issue of the Burnley Express and Advertiser was also found. ​
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