Capital City Society Girl Now Missing
Ethel Keating Boggess Disappears Suddenly in Kansas City.
(By United Press.)
Columbus, O., Aug. 8âˆ’Forced to abandon early every clue as to the fate of Mrs. Ethel Keating Boggess, who mysteriously disappeared from her home in Kansas City last Friday, relatives in this city today despair of locating the missing woman. Every clue so far investigated has proved without merit.
It is known that the former Columbus society girl was seen in the shopping district in Kansas City at 11 o’clock last Friday morning that for some months she had been suffering from heart troubles which affected her brain, that as a result her left hand had become partially paralyzed which necessitated her giving up piano playing at which she was exceptionally proficient and that she was very despondent about her misfortunes.
Attorney T. K. Keating, of this city, father of Mrs. Boggess, is directing the search in eastern cities, while Dr. John S. Boggess, the woman’s husband is in charge of the search in the west. Dr. Boggess is connected with the government marine hospital service in Kansas City.
Source: Capital City Society Girl Now Missing, The Lima News, Lima, Ohio, 8 August 1912, p. 1.