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RIVALRY IN LOVE AFFAIR CAU$ED F.tHER TO
MURDER SON, POLICE ALLEGE; : 1
f M. Fragsbn and Mile;.. Frank.
Paris, Jan. 22. That, he killed his
son because of Jealousy-is thecharge
upon . -which' M. Fragson '-will be
brought to. trial shortly' in what
promises to be the niost sensational
case that .has .thruTed"Paris in years.
Mile. Paulet Prank is the woman
whom, the police' allege, father and
son both loved madlyi They charge
that the father shot down his son to
get rid of a rival in love. The 'son was
a most popular vaudeville actor, un
der contract at the time of the' trag
edy at $5,000 a month at the. Alham
bra music hall in London. No charge
is placed against Mile. Frank." '
FEDERAL JURY TO-PROBE PENN.
v RAILROAD CASE
The federal grand. jury .yesterday
began an investigation into, the case
of the Pennsylvania- Railroad, which
is charged with rebating -to the B.
A. Eckhart Muling Company.
Federal officials hopeio secure in
dictments against directors of the
company for conspiracy, ''"to "Violate
the interstate, commerce law. They
will try -to. prove "thatjihe Eckhart
Company has-'been. paid about
0000 in rebates in the lats 12 years:
Bernard Eekhartformer presi
dent of tiie "yest J?ark Board and
former member of. the State Railroad
and Warehouse C6tnmission, is pres
ident of .the" company.
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WOMEN Tp MEETTONIGHT
The- Wage Earners'- Suffrage
League of Chicago will hold a meet
ing this evening at- 8 o'clock, at lid
S Michigan avenue, 13th floor. Miss
Mary McEnerney will-'deliver an ad
dress of Why' Wage' Earning Women
Should Vote. Atfonissionis free. i