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In this letter, dated November 16, 1918, from North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer to Golden Valley County Sheriff S. A. Smith, Langer responds to Smith's letter of November 14, 1918 regarding a confrontation over the closure of a pool hall. Langer writes that he has sent a telegram and that if the requested warrants are not issued, his office will take action against the parties mentioned in Smith's letter, as well as action to remove the States Attorney for not doing his duty with regard to the warrants.
Letter from S. A. Smith to Attorney General Langer Regarding Pool Hall Confrontation, November 14, 1918
Telegram from Attorney General Langer to S. A. Smith Regarding Pool Hall Confrontation, November 16, 1918
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Pool halls, warrants, Beach, Golden Valley County
Golden Valley County
S. A. Smith, William Langer, Gallagher
Political History | United States History
Langer, William, "Letter from Attorney General Langer to S. A. Smith Regarding Pool Hall Confrontation, November 16, 1918" (1918). William Langer Papers. 217.