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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 12, 1912, Image 11

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search has been jnade at the. in
stance of her husband andiather,
Thomas J. Keating a prominent
lawyer of Columbus, O., where
Mrs. Boggess, in her maidenhood
daysv was a society leader and
skilled musician.
Mrs. Boggess was a sufferer
from organic heart disease. It is
feared that a bloqd clot on the
brain has caused hef to wander
away, possibly to a city far dis
tant from her home, having 'lost'
her own identity completely.
Instances of similar lost iden
tity cases show that often the in
dividual assumes another name
and begins another1 life under new
surroundings, remaining uncon
scious of the past. N
Will You Help Me Find My
1T0 the Readers.of The Day Book:
I am asking this newspaper to
publish a picture of mydaughter
Mrs. Ethel Keating Boggess,
who disappeared from Kansas
City, Aug. 2, together with a de
scription of her, so that if any
body should see her or learn of
her whereabouts in any manner,
he or she will communicate with
me at once.'
Please show this picture and
her description to your neighbors
and friends in the hopes that per
haps one of them may give us
some information about our
loved daughter, whom we are dis
tractedly seeking.
For any aid in thissearch you
jnay be able to give the heart
broken parents of our daughter
bestow thousands of thanks.
Thomas J, Keating.
Address-; 1200 Eight East Broad
street, Columbus, O.
The influence of the licensed
thugs of the newspaper trust
seems to be-demoralizing the po
lice force.
Policeman Thomas Matysik
shot and fatally wounded George
Civgan and slightly wounded.
Frank Nigal ip a saloon at 729
Keith street. The sajpon is owned
by Civgan. Nigal -was a customer.
Matysik, who is in a cell at the
West Chicago avenue police sta
tion, gives the following explana
tion of the shooting:
"I was a1-block away from the
saloon when I heard men quarrel
ing in it. I entered the place and
told the men to be more quiet.
"They told me to mind my own
business. I insisted they keep
quiet. Civgan drew a revolver. I
drew mine. Civgan fired. I think
the other man also fired, but I am '
not sure. I fired.
"I acted solely in self defense." r
Civgan and Nigal are at the -County
Hospital. Nigal is shot
in the right leg. He will recover.
Civgan has three bullets in the '
thigh and dne in the abdomen. He
will die.
Taking Matysik's own story, -
was it necessary for him to fire
four bullets into Civgan's body
before he could be sure of his own
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A biography of Washington
has been published in Chinese. ,
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