A gang of crap shooters who were en?aged in the fascinating game of 'Comeseben; come 'leben," were arrested by Marshal Sweet and his ofïicers jetween 3 and 4 o'olock Snnday morning. The marshal had been keeping close tab on the premises back of Martin Vogel's butcher shop on N. Fourth ave. for some time, .suepecting ;hat gambling was being oarried on ;here, and the raid of Snnday morning was the result. Five persons, four colored and one white, named William ?lyun, Edward Miller, Jacob Beek, John Gifford and George McLoney, were arrested, all of whom were deeply engrossed in the fascinating Afro-Amercan game. A poker lay ont and some small change was also gathered in by he polioe. Later in the day the yonng men were all taken bef ore Justiee Dnffy and fnrnishing bail were let ont nntil tfonday morning when they had their ;rial. Four were tried by Justice Dnffy and were fined $1 and costa S4.70, in all $5.70. eaoh. The other man was taken before Jnstice Pond and was given a similar dose.