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THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE DRAWS
ANOTHER SHOOTING SCRAPE
Boston, July 19. Believing that
his sweetheart, Dr. Celia Adams, who
died yesterday from an overdose of a
narcotic, had been wronged, Dr. Eld
ridge D. Atwood shot and probably
fatally wounded Dr. Wilfred E. Har
ris, pres. Mass. College of Osteop
athy, at his office yesterday. Dr. At
wood fled, but was later arrested.
According to the ipolice, Atwood
declared Miss Adams had told him
she could not marry him because she
had been wronged by Dr. Harris.
Both Dr. Atwood and Miss Adams
studied osteopathy under Dr. Har
his and their love affair developed
during their student days. Though
it was opposed by the girl's parents,
Dr. Atwood says they were to have
been married soon.
When Miss Adams left Dr. At
wood's office Monday, after she is al
leged to have confessed to him that
she had been wronged by Dr. Harris,
she went to her office. Early yester
day her father called, and, finding
the door locked, broke it open. Miss
Adams was lying unconscious on the
floor from an overdose of narcotic.
She died later in the hospital
Dr. Atwood went to the Hotel
Westminster to the office of Dr. Har
ris. No one witnessed the shooting,
but the wounded man accused Dr.
MORE ETERNAL TRIANGLE
Fred Lang, a hardware merchant,
4343 W. North av., rushed into the
South Clark street police station last
night and told the desk sergeant his
wife was about to elope with a man
named Harry Kramer and was taking
their 9-year-old daughter, Hattie,
The police went over to the Polk
street station with Lang and found
his wife and child waiting for Kra
mer. They sought to affect a recon
ciliation, but the woman refused. Fi
nally she allowed her husband to kiss
her good-by, At the last moment I
Kramer failed to appear. The woman
and child disappeared. The husband
went home alone.
First Race Selling, 4-year-olds
QTirl iin ftiTlATioro Catharine T,llTn
er, 101; Liberator, 103; Rosemary, til
103; Mater, 103; Lady Powers, 106;
Orotund, 108; Bean Spiller, 108; Im
prudent, 108; World's Wonder, 110;
Altamaha, 110; Gin Rickey, 110; Bur
wood, 111; Royal Tea, 113; James
Dockery, 113; Type, 113.
Second Race Selling, 2-year-olds'
5Vo furlongs: Deckhand, 97; Fight
Fair, 97; Velvet, 102; Juvenile, 102; -Milbrey,
103; Blue Grass Belle, 106;
Oakwood Boy 107; Amazonian, 108.
Third Race Selling; 3-year-olds
and up; one mile: Brown Velvet, 90;
Ruth Strickland, 93; Rapids, 98; Yal
laha, 103; Louise Paul, 107; Lady
Jane Grey, 108; Miss Fannie, 108.
Fourth Race Iron Mask Memorial
handicap, 3-year-olds and up, 6 fur
longs: Billy Joe, 95; Guile Post, 97;
Pesky, 103; Sparkler, 103; Uncle
Hart, 110; Hawthorne, 105; Casey -Jones,
Fifth Race Selling, 3-year-olds
and up, 11-16 miles: Ask Her, 100;
Floral Park, 103; Bonanza, 105; Star
of Love, 106; Olga Star, 108.
Sixth Race Selling, 3-year-olds
and up, 1 5-I6 miles: Lady Worthlng
ton, 83; High Horse, 92; Amulet, 100;
Thanksgiving, 102; Almeda Law
rence, 102; Impression, 108; Injury,
Hawthorne and Casey Jones, J. B.
Goodman & Co. entry.
TRAIN WILD FOUR HURT ftf;
TTnur nprsnns hnrJlv hurt wVien TiTn- r
gineer John Williams of the Royal
Gorge scenic railway in Riverview
park was overcome by heat and fell
from engine. Train ran wild and
jumped track. Besides Williams
those injured were Jos. Danisch, 3S61
Ogden av. ; Mrs. Annie BIrchell, 4455
N. Ashland av., and Arthur Janow
ski, 3736 Seminary av.