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Some olace in America is
Ethel Keating Boggess.
But she probably doesn't knov
pvfn hpr nwn name, nor her
father's, nor her husband's, nor
the name of the city from which
Here is' her description sent to
The Day Book, together with -a
father's plea to aid him in finding
Name Mrs. Ethel Keating
Age 30. , .
Height 5 feet 7 inches.
Weight 125 pounds. . .
Complexion Fair; eyes, blue
gray; hair, black.
Dressed when last seea-rBlue
linen suit, white shirtwaist, white
Mrs. Ethel K. Boggess.
Panama hat, long white gloves;
no jewelry except plain gold wed
' Mrs. Boggess, a comely young
matron, disappeared from Kansas
City, where she lived temporarily
with her husband, Dr. John S.
Boggess, a government-surgeon,
on the afternoon of Aug 2, after
having started out on a shopping
tour, v ,
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