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101. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-05-08 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-05-08 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Pete To-To; G. A. Weldon, judge; W. I. Dailey, sheriff Indian proves man of honor. - Sheriff W. I. Dailey knows that Pete To-To is an honest Indian. He has the proof.

102. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-06-10 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-06-10 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Sabine Isadore; Charles Gram, judge; Native American women; Spokane, Washington; Carl Lang, attorney; Frank Keenan Police weary of dray task. - The police department is sick and tired of boosting 160 pounds of drunken Indian woman into the patrol wagon three or four times a week, Sergeant Frank Keenan said in police...

103. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-02 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-02 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Native American women; Caroline Whalen; George W. Stocker, judge; 4th of July celebrations Indian woman escapes jail. - "My children are coming to Spokane from Kellogg tomorrow to help me celebrate the Fourth of July, and my goodness! it would be a terrible thing if I was in jail!"

104. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-27 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-27 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; John Zachary; Anna Zachary; Native American women; Louis Antelope; Coeur d'Alene Indians; C. A. McDonald, sheriff; Knute Holm Worley Indian in jail. - John Zachary, 33, said to have ditched truck while drunk. - John Zachary, 33, Worley, a Coeur d'Alene Indian, is being held in the county jail on an open charge, following his...

105. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-28 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-08-28 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Joe LaFleur; Nick Kaporonis; Margaret Struthers; Bert Justice; John Dean Indian rum man admits his guilt. - Jail sentences were meted out to several liquor law violators who admitted their guilt when arraigned today in federal court.

106. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-11-04 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-11-04 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; George W. Stocker, judge; Mary Carter; Max Finley; Lewis Curry; Susie Curry; Native American women Jail next time for Indian trio. - Judge Stocker made a reservation for three Indians today. He let them off with $10 fines on disorderly conduct charges, with the reservation that if they come into police...

107. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-02-24 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-02-24 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; John Lott; Albert Moses; Moses Jackson; Charles Broncheau; Lapwai Indians; Lewiston, Idaho Four Indians arrested. - John Lott, Albert Moss, Moses Jackson and Charles Broncheau, well known Lapwai Indians, were arrested today by federal officers and brought to Lewiston. Lott and Moses were given...

108. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-07-06 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-07-06 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; John Lott; Lewiston, Idaho Before John Law thirty-five times. - John Lott, Indian, 35, celebrated the Fourth of July by getting arrested the 35th time in eight years and his appearance in court Tuesday was accompanied by news that...

109. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-07-19 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-07-19 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Barnie Daniels; Elizabeth Camille; Harry Camille; Black Hawk; Albert Stengar; Spokane, Washington; vagrancy; Native American women Sock with spoke ends wrestling. - Primed with a few drinks of denatured alcohol, Barnie Daniels, Indian, and an unidentified man engaged in a wrestling match on the rocks in the East 700 block on Riverside...

110. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-08-25 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-08-25 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Frank Brave; Marie Brave; T. L. Munroe, judge; Pullman, Washington; Native American women Indians "Tank Up" on "Dehorn" alcohol. - Frank and Marie Brave Imbibe too freely in jungles. - Too liberal indulgence in denatured alcohol brought Frank and Marie Brave, Indians, to grief Friday when Judge...

111. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Game law violation. 1932-03-23 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Game law violation. 1932-03-23 State history; Native Americans; crimes; game law violations; C. C. Cavanah, judge; Stephen Vincent; Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation, Idaho; Native American hunting and fishing rights Indians battle for game right. - United States Judge in Idaho issues Habeas Corpus to test state's authority. - Treaty terms at stake. - Game commission charges native killed deer out of season on own...

112. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-10-11 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1932-10-11 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Louie Michell; Tensed, Idaho; drunk driving Indian driver is fined. - Louie Michell pays $100 for being drunk at wheel. - Louie Michell, Indian, was fined $100 and costs by Probate Judge Elwell today for driving while drunk. He was arrested in the...

113. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-28 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-28 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Damos Arippi; Robert Hirst; Arthur Buell; Spokane, Washington Indian's car runs wild. - Damos Arippi, 31, Indian farmer, was booked at the police station yesterday on a state charge of reckless driving when his car collided with a telephone post at Pittsburg and...

114. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Game law violation. 1937-08-22 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Game law violation. 1937-08-22 State history; Native Americans; crimes; game law violations; Mike Ambrose; Clarence Raboin; Ellis Williams; Nez Perce Indians; Fort Lapwai reservation, Idaho; Native American hunting and fishing rights ; Indians appeal penalty. - Mike Ambrose, Clarence Raboin and Ellis Williams, Nez Perce Indians from the Fort Lapwai reservation, recently convicted of violating the game laws, gave notice of appeal yesterday...

115. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1924-12-30 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1924-12-30 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Native American women; Coeur d'Alene Indians; Mary Zachary; Fred Witt, judge; Sabina Isadore; Mary Josephine; Christmas Drunken squaws draw ten days. - Come to Spokane to celebrate Christmas, find too much booze. - For the third time during the last month, Mary Zachary, an Indian woman from DeSmet, Idaho, faced Police Judge...

116. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Damos Arrippi; reckless driving Will saw county's wood. - Indian farmer prefers to work for himself justice told. - Damos Arrippi, 31, Indian farmer, knows how to saw wood, but prefers to saw it for himself on his own farm, he told Justice...

117. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-05-16 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-05-16 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Robert Parr; Tekoa Indian ; Tells best yarn, admits it's fake. - A fantastic story of being robbed and stabbed by two masked men who came to his hotel room was told to police this afternoon by Robert Parr, 26, Tekoa Indian. He later...

118. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-06-22 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-06-22 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Jess Chapman; Toppenish Indian; George Wesley; Max Frank; Harry Brown; Omar Peterson; George Laue; reckless driving; African Americans; Spokane, Washington Indian gets jail for woozy ride. - Jess Chapman, Toppenish Indian, was sentenced by Judge Stocker today to serve 45 days in the county jail on a drunken driving charge. Police officers arrested him late...

119. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-09-08 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-09-08 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; David Vallee; Harry Camille; Joe Bush, Deputy Sheriff ; Snoring Indians taken to jail. - David Vallee, Indian (no relation to Rudy), was way past the crooning stage and Harry Camille, Indian, was doing his best with a snoring accompaniment when Deputy Sheriff...

120. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-09-24 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-09-24 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Riley Wiles; Joe Prater; drunk driving Jail tipsy Indian autoist. - Riley Wiles to serve 30 days; speeder pay fines. - Riley Wiles, Indian, was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail and pay a fine of $50 on conviction of a charge of drunken driving...
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