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Letter dated October 29, 1919 from William Langer to E.H. Tostevin requesting that Tostevin do everything he possibly can regarding liquor, gambling and cigarette violations in Litchville, North Dakota. Langer includes the text of a letter from Ole J. Belling, Justice of the Peace in Litchville, claiming a current pool hall is in violation of the liquor law along with gabling and the sale of cigarettes. Belling adds that another pool hall is being erected by a gambler and "booze fighter," and the license of this pool hall should be rejected.
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Pool Halls, Liquor Law, Alcohol, Prohibition, Cigarettes, Gambling
State Pool Hall Inspector
Ole Belling, E. H. Tostevin, William Langer
Political History | United States History
Langer, William, "Letter from William Langer to E.H. Tostevin Requesting Investigation of a Liquor Law Violation in Litchville, North Dakota, October 29, 1919." (1919). William Langer Papers. 264.