OIL: Funds Exhausted

Anybody who drives his car up to a gasoline station knows that oil is an expensive commodity. The Government is speedily finding out the same thing. Last week it was admitted in Washington that the $100,000 which Congress appropriated for the special criminal and civil prosecutions in connection with the Sinclair and Doheny oil leases at Tea pot Dome and Elk Hills, respectively, was practically exhausted.

The major expenditures, so far, have been for bringing witnesses overland to the Capital from the Far West. Moreover, the special prosecutors, Owen G. Roberts...

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