OIL: Quash?

Four indictments were ground out by the machinery of Justice and largely buried from the public mind by the deluge of Convention gabble which filled the press for many days.

But, as a matter of fact, criminal indictments were returned against Edward L. Doheny, his son, "Jr.," Harry F. Sinclair and Albert B. Fall.

In the natural course of events, action will be due in the Autumn. Last week, however, the two Dohenys filed motions to quash the indictments, arguing that there were, illegally, too many Federal officials inside the Jury rooms, and that the Attorney Gen eral's office had no...

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