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-MURDER SON, POLICE
-3 r " HTCXI
M. Fragson."andr Mile.; .Frank;
Paris, Jan. ,2Z That .hQ killed his
son because.of' jealousy-is-the charge
ufcbn which M:. Fragson' ,xviU be
brought; to trial shortly in what
promises to be the most, sensational
case.that has thrilled' Paris-in years.
Mile. Paulet Frank is', the woman
whom, the'ppli'ce allege,-father: and
son both loved madly. -They 'charge
that the father shot down his son to
get rid of a rival In love"; -The. son was
a most popular -vaudeville "actoiy un
der contract at the time .pf-ythe trag
edy at $5,000 a month at the Alham
bra music hall in London No charge'
is placed against Mil?. Erank' i
FEDERAL-JURY TO PRQBE PENN.
'"RAILROAD. CASE :
The federal grand 'jury yesterday
began an 'Investigation 'into- the- case,
of the Pennsylyania'Railroad, hidh
Is charged with rebating" to' th;e. B.
A. Eckharfc Milling: jGompany. .
Federar officials iop6;to, secure indictments-against
direction .of.' the
Wihvzfiif for' oonspfracy 'fovTolate'
the interstate: comrnerce law. They
will try to prove:' ..that the JEckhart
Company haS .been: paid about -$50,-OdOO
in rebates W.tiie'lkts, 12 years.
Bernard, A. Eckhart,.- former presi
dent of 'the iVestParjc Board and
former memfier, o'f-the -'.State Railroad
and WareTlouePornssion, is pres
ident of the company.
.' ' .
. WOMEN TO MEET JQrJlCHT
The Wage' Manners.' Suffrage
League of Chicago, will hold a meet
ing, this, evening' at 8 o'clock, at 116
S. Michigan avenfle,. floor. MI3S
Jlary McEnejcney,wilJ' deliver an ad
dress; of "Why iVageEarning: Women
fibujaVQte, AdmIsSl(?n'is free,