CORRUPTION: Long, Long Trial

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Destiny is a strange thing. For some men it flows evenly, broadening like a river. For others it expands like a gas. If the expansion is hurried there may be an explosion and a man's career will settle to earth in floccules of soot.

Harry Ford Sinclair, oilman, who last week faced trial, a second time and less hopefully, for criminal conspiracy to defraud the U. S., has learned a lot about Destiny. Sinclair is not yet 52 years old. He was born in Wheeling, W. Va. It is less than...

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