All Ilffliill Gambling Houses of The City Rounded up By the Officers Yesterday Morning. PROPRIETORS OF TWO PLACES PULLED. Interesting Game of Draw Poker Were I Going on at Kurh Pines Hut Flayers I Were Held Only ae W Itneseee Anothe Charge of The Sam Sort Is Hanging Onr Thro of Too Victims. An early morning raid was made yesterday morning on two of the gambling houses whicli are said to have been doing a prosperous business in Parsons. Shortly after midnight Deputy Constable Peters and Special Officer Williamson, accompanied by Deputy County Attorney Ellis, made an entlirey unexpected visit to the resorts of North Central avenue conducted by Dan Stauter' and L. E. Parks. Draw poker was the only game indulged in at either establishment, but interest ing games were in progress at both places when the raid was made, and chips and money were found on the tables. At stauter s place live men were found, but only the proprietors were j placed under arrest. The warrants called for Frank Wagner, Harry Wagner and Dan Stauter. Only two men were found at the other place, and Parks was the only one arrested. The vistors in each case were allowed to depart, but were subpoenaed as witnesses. They all explained to the ofilcers that they had been there but a few minutes, and were there on mat ters of business. All of the prisoners were brought before Justice Scott, who set their hearing for the morning of July 20tb, the Wagnors and Stauter for 10 o'clock and Parks for 9 o'clock. All were re leased on 5200 bond. There is already ' one case hanging over the proprietors of the Stauter establishment, which was raided Just about a month ago, and they are under $500 bond to appear on that charge. Their hearing on the first case is set for July 20th, the same day when the new case will be beard. Parks was missed at the time of the other raid, and has only one charge to answer to. lurcmparahle Kaunas.