Edward A Welch

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Edward A Welch - PARKHURST AFTER SALOONS. Warrssli Obtalaed for...
PARKHURST AFTER SALOONS. Warrssli Obtalaed for Proprietors of ' Hishwood'a Six Resorts. Warrants were sworn out yesterday afternoon by Samuel Flckel, assistant superintendent of the Anti-ealoon league, for the six saloon-keepers of High wood on charges of keeping open on Sunday. Tho warrants were obtained at the Instigation of Dr. M. M. Parkhurst. on evidence furnished by three detectives who spent the last two Sundays in Highwood. The warrants were Issued by Justice King at Lake Forest, and the accused saloon-keepers are Charles Benson, W. J. Welch, J. D. Murphy, Heustls and Smith, E. A. Welch, and M. J. Glbbs. E. A. Welch Is the treasurer of the village, and M. J. Oibbs Is an alderman. "We believe that we can force Fort Sheri dan park to close also," said Dr. Parkhurst yesieraay. i ne garaen is run " aujuuvi to the street railway and unless It is open on Sunday the receipts are not large enough to pay for the rest of the week. The manager has applied for a license, but will not pay for U until he learns whether tho park can keep o?en on Sunday. - We- have received many complaints of the rowdy element attracted Sunday to tho park, and the accompanying annoyances which the residents sutler." Dr. Parkhurst offered, to prosecute all Highwood saloon-keepers selling to soldiers who are minors or drunkards if the military authorities at the fort will co-operate with him. . (

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 24 May 1901, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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  • Edward A Welch

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