Wallace W. Oberly
Tonns; Hen Arreitfo 1 on tho Charg-a of Gambling-, ICtc. For some time there has been talk in Womelsdorf of card playing and drinking drinking going on at three or four private houses there. Several persons were openly accused of furnishing minors with liquor, and parents have boon threatening to make arrests. It is reported, that on Tuesday night Justice Justice of the Peace John Kintzer opened tho back door (not looked) of Wallace W. Oberly's private dwelling and fonnd his son and some others playing playing cards. Since this, Squire John Kintzer Kintzer made information before Squire Charles R. Kiutzer against Wallace W. Oberly, Samuel F. Illig, Samuel Kintzer and John Sallade for gambling. They waived a hearing and entered bail for their appearance at court. It Is now said that suit will ba brought against a landlord for selling to minors and on Sunday, Sunday, and that more card playing will be exposed. The young men claim it is all sp'te work; that they were simply play- Ing a s»cial game; that they were not gambling in any way, and not drinking, and that as they were having bat a little private amusements, and same - as card parties are held in Beading and other cities, no one had any right to Interfere or molest them, aa they were quiet and orderly and not violating the law.