GAMBLERS ORDERED OUT Of CUYAHOGA FALLS BY OFEKERS. There was nothing doing In , the gambling line at Cuyahoga Falls Thursday night and the familiar cry of "two on the red" and "ace, duce and a lovely six spot" were no longer heard. Every gambler in the village w;is preparing preparing to do a large business, but Marshal Marshal Authenrieth notified them that the games would be no longer tolerated and ordered them to close down. Deputy Sheriffs Ralph Hamlin and Harry Garman went out to the Falls early in the evening and remained late but failed to locate anw of the game? sters. The officers visited nearly every saloon in - village, but there were no eldef xmbling to be seen. Mayor E. M. Young personally notified notified the gang of Cleveland gamblers to leave town and the members packed their "layouts" and left Immediately after being notified. They thanked the mayor for his thoughtful consideration nnd seemed greatly pleased that they had been permitted to rake in th Fhekels of the villagers and visitors to the street carnival as long as they had. The Akron gamblers were permitted to remain in town but a close watch was kept upon them by the officers to see that they did not open up their game?. The offiers do not an' further trouble with the gs nov on.