If two men have three coats, each owning one and sharing the third equally, they may take money from their pockets and put it into their other pockets in such ways that wise men will not know whether to call them fools, thieves or geniuses.

Of like sort is the problem that has long confronted the Federal courts and square-jawed Thomas James Walsh, Arch-inquisitor of the Senate Committee on Public Lands, in the strange transactions of three oil companies remotely connected with the Oil Scandals. The ultimate...

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