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   Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - August 3, 1907, Benton Harbor, Michigan                                THE NEWSPALLADI CONSOLIDATED FEB 29 1904 BENTON HAKBOR MICH SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907 TWO CENTS Federal Judge Imposes Maxi mum Penalty on Standard Oil for Accepting Rebates would ield at puhlic auction sufllrletit lo pay Ihe lino Al tins of course subject to Hie belief that tho jKOvernmnnt will he successful all along the line Whiting Plant World The slock of ihe Slandard Oil corn Pauy of Indiana is finoiii so that I will he Illl limes Hie capital The plain at however was I cKliuialod by a Standard nil attorney worth jjpo null nun and should j depreciale as lo not hriiiL sumviciil to cover Hie aclioi nnuhl In forcx MAKE IMMUNITY OFFER GOV TAYLOR OF KENTUCKY WANTED AS WITNESS Fugitive Has Been in Indiana for Past Seven Years Special lo Tho NewsPalladium Georgetown Ky Aug Attorney Franklin today declared thai he would offer former lov S Taylor Immunity ii ho would come tacit In Kentucky to testify in Iho Caleb Powers case and explain the pardon that was in Powers posses sion when arrested Tho announce ment caused a sensation All of the attorneys on both sides had left and the town had assumed a natural tale bin the idea thai Taylor migit return from Indiana where he has been a fugitive for seven ex ited lue whole town Death of Old Rcoldcnt The death of John Biiclnnan occur day noon at his home in Bo DCIli TV nm 1NDIOT BOOTH COMPANY e PROMINENT ST JOSEPH CITIZEN INVESTS MONEY IN BENTON HARBOR REAL ESTATE BILL AGAINST FISH CORPORA TION AND TWO ROADS BUYS DOWNTOWN LAND e ud leaves a widow and four Mine was Max W Stock Purchases Stephen Boyle Property on West Main Street Paying in Will Build Brick Structure One of the bigKesl really deal thai has been made in ibis cily for some Two Methods of Appeal One Directly to S p VSUUI UII wUllSI JlUuOnSlltV aril Oil comiiiif of MCI ilvls willow and four nine was fijiiHuinnialoil veslerda v ne the Other by Writ of Supersede S IK VeH s pmilll ill lo hld j UK iLv cuuo i Iin WVTS r ihf mmimy jnv tu ivhM nutTwill lu trk in i Hk al lhc nn I hPil vv MIL nr ihn cjlv lloclwh Hi CliisHhly Miiln siruit i In is Special to The NewsPalladium Aug Land is of Knm the federal district court this morning sMiller iml A IMdy jinin Charged With Giving and Accepting Rebates Violating Elkins Act Special TO Tho NewfiPfiMaiilimi Chicago AUK rhjiiT A BoojLb o uhr triiBti tbf Yorlc s Lottie i Xickfl i Uie Loliigii Viillpy railrnad with vl lating Mie provisions of tinKIkJns law prohibiting rohaifs wrro vfturn rd by a fpderal grand jury this morn ing An additional Indictment may be returned n gainst the iu in Uierif romjjunieK who nrKind 10 have eon iiMinimid tindculs ua i mai ur letL Kir thefOj liidoraiion ol Hie jury ii i tiljo inornin iudiiiiiHniy nro the Of an i n vri million which lj ormpiol the d i ml hiii of liivniiiiMH for nuinlliH KM cit Imljcr ui wilt sporjry Ilify nI m LOCAL DELEGATES WILL GO COUNTY CONVENTION SUP POUTING HOME MAN CAUCUSES LAST NIGH Metllod of Appeal Idca I are possiM ifnposed a fine of en the Standard Oil company of Id tana for accepting rebates from the Chicago Alton aggregating in vto lation of the Elkins act The penalty ionrfiiiy of ih KI kins act nl1 is the maximum thnt could be im hv ion for i writ of posed under thec onvictions n jlic coiiri ni appcils winch woiihl tali The defendant will take steps at i run ft once tc appeal the case tliuimh i Jil WOllld IHM KiVfIl nut il next vijd fine assrsMMi the mxi step in will JM I h nnd n Mrc ol this tnusi he Kivrii wiihin ten 01lhc onlcu oi lieprop 1ily tic dctiinlaiit lie issinil Based on Rockefeller Testimony Ill order to he net IT Ljiiidtii is in wluir tnnitni wmiNI he valenl in a rmitishinar liilie Iinlis afuf frillins to obtain fi mi l s j Ilir is no ilonbt hat tit is no tic Intortiintidit suinrnonel wii hui it Lniaiiis i Jolnf f RiHknfcliei and all ollicers Hint wlierher litUK tin I IMI of Standard Oil Compiiny XeW Jrsoy Although Mr de clard ihiir his pnsiiioti i nrily honorary inil lie know jitj HP tihntit the dot a i is of the cruiioiji tinn it wan i hfn t Im jrtrenf company nwnertnil but shiie Hie Supreme Court Appeal Likely Th i tn tnke tin ap prut Jinrl tn the Stah company owneriatl tint live shares of the capital siock cniirt alienm a ivmlimtional nml that the prontf were turned llIlS ovKauiza Total Earnings U wijs shown that liiriiiir ihe prriiisf wiu lilir procedure od corporaiinn was re ln thrit hn nnl bafwrlie lntil eariiiiats of iho Hrjuul oTi of New mri of irtl Oil company corj Thu capilal Hie laainiry icnn il stnriiof the Kianrlard Oil rompaay t j ffovnniiim is th Nftw Jersey was ur liireri Mte case rcacli thf Initeri sluliH yearn from in inclusive siiprmie ofmn a year from his ami the capital stork of DM holding OcttihiT The magnitude t iis end ihus t lie I niieil Stn i distantly ill marshals ar tvrll as tfs iienrllrtic uiictder the plant at Uhit trust legislation has arinised the iniim Inil the only ItiuKible properly tens of the profession Thclof ihe Hlainlard Oil cfmiany of In SO DEPUTY SHERIFF DETAMPLE ORDERED TIMEKEEPER TO CALL TIME 1IGEIS CHICAGO WOMAN HAS HUSBAND AND FRIEND PLACED UNDER ARREST TO IN A DRAW WIFE WAS DESERTED Funkey Falls to Knock Chicago Boy Mir Matilda Greelcy Accuses Spouse Out in Ten Rounds of of Living in Ease a net Luxury nt Fair Attendance Last Night al Exhibition Eastman Springs While She Fac ed Poverty in Chicago lin ri made ty s whifrli vc in iat d Ihe satisOujiion nf ihe urand iiinr is I Hill by means of a line knoVn as I he Tradr nitpatch A Monlli fc Co seured r baliK of approxiniafeiy 1 J per eii n all iLs own shipments Im in il Atlantic seaboard UK thoje t lisli conrenis HT WILL ACCEPT TWOCENT GER RATE WITHOUT CON TEST lei COURTS NOTIFY MR GLASGOW il Letter to Railroad Ccinimission General Solicitor Stevens DC chircs Corporation WiM Not Op pose Public Sentiment A BILL THAT IS ALWAYS PAID The Bill you had taken time to have looked after us properly when TVAPAPni rlron inn inrrnilrinf fUir lin i l J iitwu we were children you wouldnt have this bill to pay each year BLAME ROACTAND CREW JURY FIXES RESPONSIBILITY FOR SALEM WRECK In tin last hr n niiinil K H1nlly mi i n in C n llif iiini Hi Mil Son uitn uil i liil rallw liy I i ri Found That Operating System of P M Is Defective Niitlhvlllij Mlih AIIR ror Ilii hnmLih i wivrk iininiSt nt iirniil i vcniifl lnl Iliisil niithl hhiniliiK Ilic lYflflll rcw Tliii In rinrc fhcy riil MiitildM Uii Wnr im iiviinii Cliirim nt Ilnstinaii I his lnnniiit siiiHK Klinfr In iinl AllrijiincrM jury in II el n in in inn t hnmLih j WIIT impiiSt nt iiiniil i viTiJifl I Il iIi rs SlicrilT whiii rrilliiicrl Ilift oxnnrskni i i mi ciiiif rr IDliii liiliisinl iniln UK Iwi who cojiicil l iililriiil l Hi wiliinnK criiK Iillil 111 rl i h NUliini HIM criw iiul tin1 nlllicrs tlii niiil IVir miilm lifuMivr ili jilni hiiittiil wilii iiilnl lnrlhcr IIll vrnllct siys Till COlllKlOII WIlFi I hi 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