AFTERMATH OF THE RAIDS. Ten Out of Inspector Walsh's Seventy-five Seventy-five Seventy-five Prisoner Held Confusion at the Tenderloin Station. . Prisoners taken In the raids Saturday night On the alleged gambling houses of "Lou" Belts, at 74 West, Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Street and 122 West Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Street, and earlier in the raid on the alleged poolroom poolroom at 106 West Twenty-ninth Twenty-ninth Twenty-ninth Street, were arraigned yesterday. la the Tombs Police Court. Magistrate Barlow sitting, nine men arrested in the houses at 74 West Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Street and 122 West Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Street were called up. William J. Coursey, secretary "to Police Police Commissioner Greene, sat at the Magistrate's Magistrate's side and during the proceedings frequently conferred with him. ' . Four men' arrested In the house at 74 West Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Thirty-fifth Street described themselves themselves as Frank Bay, forty-three forty-three forty-three years old. of Fort Edwards, N. Y.; Martin Mulroy, thirty-eight thirty-eight thirty-eight years old, of 340 West Forty-third Forty-third Forty-third Street, and Fred Williams and James Turner, the latter a negro. Mulroy waa charged with being the proprietor of the house and was held in S3, 000 balL Ray was held on an affidavit of Inspector Walsh's charging him with being a common gambler, gambler, his ball being fixed at 11,000.' Both will be examined to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. Williams and Turner were discharged. Those taken in the raid at ; 122 West Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Thirty-fourth Street gave their names as Edward Harris, fifty years old. of 121 West Ninetieth Street: AVilUam Van. colored, of 81 Cumberland Street. Brooklyn; Albert Martin, twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five years old, of 122 West Forty-fifth Forty-fifth Forty-fifth Street; Richard White, colored, thirty-six thirty-six thirty-six years old. of 223 West Fortieth Street, and James Liddy of 65 West Thirty-, Thirty-, Thirty-, sixth Street. All were held for examination examination to-morivw to-morivw to-morivw Liddy, Harris, and Martin.' said to have been interested in the house,, in S2.5O0 baU. and White and Van in 11.000, the charge against them being that of being common gamblers. In the great confusion that resulted from the crowding of the Tenderloin Police Station Station by the sixty-five sixty-five sixty-five prisoners taken in' the two raids there were some mistakes in the handling of the men. and Commissioner Commissioner Greene censured Capt. O'Reilly. The prisoners were brought up from the cell rooms three times and sifted, Mr. Coursey and the police picking out those they thought should be held. . , In one or two instances men who had been ordered detained for arraignment were brought back for relrspection. Capt. O'Reilly said this was an accident. Com Trilasioner Greene noted them and spoke sharply to the Captain about it. saying that he did not have time to waste ail night examining the men. It was also said that in the shuffle some of those who wera " wanted," as being connected with the houses, in some way got into a line that was being recorded by a .detective and permitted to go, it being believed by the man, who was not familiar with the places, that they were merely visitors there. Warrants Warrants are out for some of'thene mere. Of the ten men arrested In the alleged poolroom, seven were" dlscharred In th Jefferson Market Court despite the asser tions or Detective pneian mat ne had positive positive evidence against them. - Those who were held -were -were William Leopold, thirty-eight thirty-eight thirty-eight years old. the alleged proprietor: John Clark, and Henry J. Muldonn. alleged1 employes. They were held in SiOU each for trial.