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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

BIG SHOW IN Olympia Club to Help West Point Sufferers. JUDGE GREGORY THE MAN Will Succeed Ernest Wells' as Com . monwealth's Attorney of Chester? field?Funeral Services?Elks' Meeting?Personal Notes, Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, I No. 1102 Hull Stroot. . ] Tho entertainment for tho benefit of tho West Point sufferers, ?? bo given by the Olympia Club will bo ono of tho most entertaining nnd Interesting over .given In Manohestor. Besides tho members of the club, a number of well known enter tulnors will tako part In the programme, including the well known toam of Wilson uno Froorlinn and John Ryall, besides Miss Ourtrude Allen, tho swoet-volced Blnger, Who can sing coon songs as well as any professional. COMMONWEALTH'S' ATTORNEY. Judge Gregory has been appointed Com ' p.oriwealth's Attorney for Chesterfield county, to succeed Mr. Ernest H, Wells, Who. has resigned so that he may mero fully attend to his private business. FUNERAL SERVICES. Tho funeral of Mr. John Holder, who died o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

The Times-Dispatch ? '__r_Ntht_ D?ny itia WeeMy at N<_ * N*rth Tenth Street, Richmond, Ve "' Interni January -?", 140i. ?? ?'???? ,,,,/?.. mend, Va.| ?? te-ond-CUse Matter, under Att o* coh? flress of March -, 187?, ' TU? DAILY TIMBSOISPATCH Is sold ftt ? cent? ? copy. ?.?. Th? SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ! ?eld at ? cents ? copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by Will? :iW ?ente ? month)'15.00 a year, $2W fer ?Ik months, $1.B0 for three menthe._ SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, * ?_.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. In? cluding Sunday, by Carrier, 18 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIME8-DISPAT0H, by Carrier, ? cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1.00 yean A? Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Commuhleatlon? wilt not be returned unleesaecompsnled by ?",?"!,,, Uptown Office St T. A. MILLER'S. No. 510 East Broad Street. TUESDAT, APRIL 6, 1003. CAN CLEVELAND WIN? Referring to the late demonstration at ? St. Louis, the Petersburg Indfix-Appeal says that -Mr, Cleveland is tho ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

HOUSE WANTS TO ;JHurry Resolutions Were Adopted Yesterday. MAY RECONSIDER THEM Mr. Hunley Doea Not Desire to Cut Off New Matler Yet?Nominations by the Governor?May Repeal the Bloodhound Measure, No very Important work was done In the Legislature yesterday, though both I faousos had a quorum of Its members present. The Governor communicated to the Sonato tho names of Messrs. ti. Harts? horn Miller, of Dynchburg, and George W, Butt, of Suffolk, to be members of the , Board of Visitors of tho School for the Deaf and Dumb at Staunton, and they will bo confirmed later on without Ques? tion, The bill to prevent the dellvory of liquor Into local option districts ln certain coun? ties was. amended In tho Senate so as to Includo Tazowell, and the cltlea and towns bills was so amended as to allow cities to maintain tho hold over Board of Al? dermen feature. A number of bills were offered In the House, one of them being by Mr. Hunley, <to repeal tho law Just passed authorizing the training ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

NEW SCHEME Another Method of Evading Sunday Laws In Norfolk. C. P. LEWIS SENTENCED Sent to the Penitentiary for Three '.. Years for Abducting Myrtle Joyner, Semuol H. Dibrell is Charged . With Embezzlement. (Speolkl to Tho Tlniue-DIsr-ntcli.) NORFOLK, VA? May *.-Despito tlio fact that but '.'ono simple drunk," ns the sprgoant of police sold, wns registered ^ at the, pollco headquarters yesterday, thero ivas a .new scherno for tho soclni olub evil, which may prove worso for tho Cenerai welfare of the people that was the half-closed Sunday saloon. Both depend on evasions of a law which Is dlfllcult If not Impossible of enforcement. Tho .Mew scheme was that of nn agent who of? fered a card ot Initiation for $10 to a social club. He aced as a solicitor for a Sunday saloon. -That Is now; it wns never done before, Tho saloon-keepers have always urged tho defense that they never Invited or sollolted ? man to drink, They simply kept tho liquors, which IC a man comee Into their plaoos and pa...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

CARNIVAL IN RALEIGH (Great Excitement Over a Lion Loose In the Streets. CAR LINE'S EXTENSION Dr. McAden, of Charlotte, ?nd Gen. J> S. Carr, Owners of the Road, Have Announced that the System Will Be Greatly Improved. (Speclnl to Th? Tinlt??.Dl"patcb.) ItALKlOI?, N. C? May 4.--Th6 Khlghts of Pythias Freo Fair and Merchants' Car? nival oponed up In excellent form this morning, and will continuo for six days, Tnore are already a large number of vis? itors In town, and there 1? every indica? tion that big crowds of visitors will be hero every day, Tho principal feature Is tho aaakltl-Mundy-Lovett Carnival Com? pany. Fuyot to villo and adjacent streets aro well filled Up with the show tents and booths. It has beon decided not to an? nounce the Queen of Carnival until Tues? day night Quito a stir was created last night by the escape of one,of tho lions from the animal show. The beast ran up Davlo Street' soveral hundred -yards, scattering people In every direction. Finally It on gaged ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

7)o 2/our ?j/cs S?cAeP afs Sheading an ?ffort? Jtate Jhey Jhat "Jired or ?Drawn feeling 1 *' IP SO Qij Using Proper Classes ! t**rfect vision can be secured and rofcalned. Neglect will bring on serious ere ailments., Don't risk your sight. A little strain If relieved Intime eau bo overcome, If not, trouble increases. We have a graduate optician here, and he'll examine your eyes thoroughly without chargei If you don't need glaseos he'll toll you; If you neotl thorn, he'll 'proscribe the right kind. Call to-day, open an account with us, and settle In payments to ?uit your convenience, Dash or oredlt?It's the same here. Schwarzschild ?ros., mchmZ?lLrtf"8 1Z3 Sast Broad Jtreet, Corner Jetnnd. PARTY BACK FROMWEST Virginians Pleased With St. Louis Trip. SOME HAPPY INCIDENTS Dinner Given by the Virginia Society Was Greatly Enjoyed?First Glimpse of Allegh?nles Inspired Singing of Home, Sweet Home. a11 Virginians have reason to bo proud of the splendid attention shown the State's representat...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

GROWTH RETARDED Mr. Pollard Says Church Rows Keep Baptists Here Back. THIS'ONE OF THfe CAUSES Writer Says trtat Baptist Equipment ' .. Eosentlally Lacking In Machinery for Crushing ihe Unruly '*' Brother." With a vlow to giving to the Southern Baptist Convention, which meets this Week In Savannah, a bird's-eye view of the progress of the denomination In the South, the Religious Herald of this city will print ln Its forthcoming Issue a symposium consisting of lettore from'^seV? era] points; Including Baltimore, Louis villo, Atlanta, Now Orleans,' Norfolk and vicinity, nnd Rlohmond, All of the articles are Interesting k? the extreme, or will be when they ap? pear, but th? ono op Richmond, prepared by Mr. John Oa?nnd Pollard, the Well? known attorney, Is unusually spicy. It can hardly tie said to be encouraging.? GROWTH IN RICHMOND. It ?loos not show the situation t>v be what It might from a denominational point of view, and Mr. Pollard attempts to place his finger upon.the weak' sp...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

THE GAIN WAS HELD Stock Prices Advanced De? cisively and Closed Firm. WHOLLY PROFESSIONAL Day's Business Was on Large Scale Advance Not Due to Specific New?, but Based on Belief that Level Was Too Low. (By Associated ?r?es.) NEW TORK. May 4.?Prices advanced quite decisively In to-day's slook markot and closed Arm at th?. to? level. In fact, there waa no appreolatable action during the day, and the advancing tendency ?rained In foro ? as the day progressed, The market was still almost wholly profes? sional and decidedly animated. The. day's business was considerably greater than on last Friday | greater thus far tor years, . The advance woe not due to any specific news developed, out was based rather on the conviction of the professional traders that etoolce for sale liad become scare and ' holders little disposed to sell, at? shown by the late power of resistance of the market to tbe bad, . With these lavorarlo technical condi? tions and considering the extensive de? cline whloh has...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

ONE CENT ? WORD. MINIMUM OMMI 25 Owls, OMhlnAdvanoe THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO ?REITEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAME 26 Genti, Oaili la ?tarante ONE CENT A WORD. il? SITUATION? WANTaO-rEMALSJ. _EiM*iM*fLn-jijjjj'-nrrijji? ???,-.--"??--'-'?---?*?--"'-'"*-"-? ?WANTED, A COOft A* lit" VfttWS MAJN ? Street. . _ ? ^ ; _ WANTED, ???,?? YO?WO ?iAD?ES T? work in off I cu. Address Vf. R. H., oar? ; this office._,, . ? / . ' .WANTED, A NEAT COOK FOR A email family; must have recommend? tlons. App)y at 608 N? Fifth Btreet. '?WANTED,'A, GOOD, COOK; ALSO A NURSE for child three years old) re? commondatlono required. Apply al 1001 Floyd Avenue, ? ,M~BXFBRIENCl5D LADT - WANTS -position In summer resort as house? keeper; oan give the very beet of ref* enee; no objection to leaving State. Ad dress Mis? VICTORIA, care this office. SITUATIONS WANTED?FBMALB. .WANTED,', A. SUMMER" POSITION ?N ft nice family to sew, wait on sick, or end poultry. Address, with references, ?'TEACHliM,"; ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Mille? ? Rhoads New Mohairs for Spring and Summer, 50c to $1. Sicilians n?d Brilliantincs. in Boyal Blue, Navy Bluo and Black. All new fabrics?most of tiliem received yesterday, For nil-round u?re In summer timo, with Its heat and dust, there's nothing; bettor than a Mohair. Light weight nnd easily cleancd-tho dust won't stick? 60c to $1.00. A pretty dress'fahrlo and low priced Is a CREAM MISTRAL nt 8?o. Tho Blinding Is ? very clear cream nnd the goods fashlonablo this spring?30 Inches wide. An all-wool fabric, 27 Indios wide, for ROc, Is a PRINTED ALBATROSS ?the patterns aro Very handsomo Navy, Green nnd Black grounds, with medium or'sniall dois of whlto and whlto grounds with black or navy dots, Our Window Shade Department Shades to Order or Ready-Made. Wo make llicm to? order any size or quality you want, and the coat to you Is placed at tho minimum figures. If you want a rondy-mndo shade, however, wo have some at JDc, that have, been very popular (they're twenty...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

Unpaid) THIS ???^?88?4???.??8 I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,233. RICHMOND, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY ?, 1908. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF THE NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, -May e.-HOrectut for Wednesday arid Thursdrty! Virginia?Fair Wednesday and probably Thursday I warmer Wednesday In extreme southeast portion; light to fresh east to southeast winds. North Carotino? Fair Wednesday! Thurs Ifty fair, except showers In Interior; light ?ortheast to east winds, Extremely pleasant woathor made yes? terday an enjoyable day for outdoor oxer else. Tho morcttry ranged between it) nnd 17, the temperature being neither too hot nor too cold, Pair weather Ih predicted tor to-day and probably to-morrow. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER, ? A. M. ,...r.,-., 58 M.,.... 65 P. M.;.,.09 P. l\t.C7 P. M.?50 midnight .,.67 Average. 021-3 Highest temperature yesterday........ 09 l?oweet temperature yesterday. 47 Mean temperatura yesterday..158 Normal temperature for May... 07 Doparturo from' normal temperature. 03 Precipitation ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

MlrtiM of only 6ljth'.een passengre? nix ' known, and It Is admit?*- by Sccontl Otti? cri Monis that fifteen culti.ed women, all,Of whom are now dead, were In the ?wnmpod lUeboAt The ei-ow of the Ssglnnw numbered twenty-six, rill told. From ilio oltlccs of tho Clyde Company here the following llJt of pai.schB-t Wnt* obtained: B. 11, Colo. Philadelphia. J Trevor. Philadelphia.. ft 0. Yotinghuttd. Chftxter, Pa. Oonrgo tl. Hood, Philadelphia. II. IT Winters. Ciimdcn. ? J., all white, Rynn Sanderson. WlndRor, N. C. Morris I'iiyncr, Northwest, Va. John Recsn. Norfolk. Miller Pcnm-Il. Norfolk Jtidson Sevlll. Berkley. Va. Du vid nnlnnd. Newpnri News, Va. Mnry Robertson. l'*hir.oiice Newhy. Ed na'Wiirrl. M. l'i Jotifis. ? I. Pendlelon, A/ atltnnin. R .1>?p?'???. "II colored. THOSE I.OST. ThoKf) known in be lost ?re: Passengers: A (Jlt.LMORE. P. [?PENDI,ETON. FLORENCE NEW--. ?.??? WAllD. M. K. JONES. .... MAHV ROBERTSON. Crew: EDWARD f ?OSI.KB, first male. ?'.' WILLIAM BITTES, first assis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

SAILED AROUND , NEW DEFENDER ll ???-???.?.*????*. Reliance No Match for Colum? bia In Beat to Windward With Light Breeze. (By AssoeUtsd Pr-??.) fJVLWN COVE,' L. 1?, May eV-rt re quired just twenty minutes for the peer? less oup dofotidor Columbia to demon? strate to-day; that In a light wind and beatine to Windward, she is a belter boat than the new Heresshoff clip yacht Re? llanco. Starting from a position to lee? ward and slightly astern of the Reliance, the Columbia, sailed through tho ? new boat's loo, lacked acfoSH her bow, and In the next leg of amilo and a half In oreasod hor lead to nearly a Quarter of a mile. Rollatioo thon withdrew. When Columbia went through her lee, Reliance kept, off, and voluntarily gave up the ad? vantage o? her windward position, but sho was none tho less decisively out? sailed. This was the first brush between the rivals.. It wa? clear that despite her,greater sail area Reliance was outclassed by Columbia in the light winds that pre? vailed. She. st...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

The Times-Dispatch M-IMe-l Dally ?nd Weekly at Ko. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond? Va, Entered Januar*?? 27, IPOS, at Rlchih?Bd, Ve.,, ne Second?? GlaM Matter, und/tr Act of Ormfrress of March 8, 1870, *he DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH (? ?old at ? cent? a copy, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH li ?old at ? cents a copv. DAttY TIMES-DISPATCH by moli? lo cent? a monti t $5.00 a year, $2.60 for ?ite montili ? $1.60 fpr three months. - SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 12.00 a year. Th?, DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH, In-, t?ttdlnf* Sunday, by Carder, 15 cents per ?reek. ? Th* SDlfDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. , . , The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year.? ''??'. AU ?nel<med Communlcatl?ne- will be ttjeoted. -.",'' ,?' ' Rejected Communications will not be Iraturti?d uniese' accompanied by stamps. Uptown OfTlce at T. A. .Miller's, No, ll? East Broad Street.' ??TBDNBSDAT, MAT ?, 1003. T. P. A. STAFF OF THE T. P. A, EDITION TIMES-WATCH iMItar-ln-Ohlef.^.vmaXNUS NEWTON. Managing Editor. ...JNO. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

THE MUTUAL LICHT PLANT The Broad-Street Merchants Are Much In Earnest. HAVE ALL FUNDS NEEDED And Options Already Secured on Nee esMry.Proporty?Mr. Samuel Cohen Tells of the Reasons for tho Move. . , The announcement in Tho Tlmes-Dls? patch yesterday morning,of tho petition of Mr, Samuel Cohen and other Broad Street merchants for a franchlso. to erect and operato an olootrlc lighting' and power plant, to bo conducted on a co? operative basis, was road with much sur? prise by those not famlllur with tho' Move; It has been woll received by tho business men of tho city, and It Is stated that tho Stroet Committee will recom? mend tha granting of tho desired appli? cation, in which ov?nt the plant will ba in course of construction within a month. ? MANY. INTERESTED. Mr. Cohen was seen yesterday after? noon., In speaking of.tho projoct, ho said etnee tho article appeared earlier ln the day ho -had been approached by, many merchants and manufacturers, who aro anxious. to becomo stockholders...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

STRIKE TO BE PROLONGED Contractors and Bosses De? clino to Recognize Unions. OLYMPIA IN THE DRY DOCK Old Dominion Liner Monroe to Have a f ! New Propeller Put on?Th? Trial of Nagle for the Shooting of Basket. (Special to The Tlmee-Dtspatoh.) ..NEWPORT NEWS, VA., May 6.?The B'unural contractor? and "dobs" painters ot the city have decided not-t? recognise ?the. -unions, and It now seems that, the feli?ke of the painters and carporitere will be prolonged indefinitely. Tho contractors rttnd painters hold a lengthy <meoting lost Migliti and after dlsoueeing the strike sit? uation for eorne time adopted the follow t'r?r? resolution: '? ? ?' , . "Resolved. That we will not recognize the unions in the employment of meh,'.o.tid thut unless they roturn tu?work by May llth we will pro?eed to HU their placea." .?'? The carpente? and painters held meet? ings last night and to-day. Both unions aro Arm In their stand, and the strikers 'declare that they, will not return to work Vtnitll their d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

WEDNESDAY CLUB MEETS Old Officers of the Organiza? tion Were Re-elected. PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS Receipts This Year Slightly Less Than Expenditures on Account of Hall Hire ?nd More Expensive Artiste. A spirit of content with the past and hope for the future pervadod the annual *r,cotlng of the Woduesday Club at Y. M. D. A. Hall last night. The feature of the evening was the address of President H. T. Meloney, which was replete with sound Senso and good advice. ? ' Addresses of a cheering nature were ?leo made by member? of the dub. The statement of tho treasurer, Mr. Eugene Jones, showed that the exponeos this year exceeded the receipts by |*_a.ll. ?This was due to extra hall hire, an item with which tho club did not'have to con? tend lost year, and more expensive ar? tists, Mr. Honry T, Mol on ey was re-elected prosldent: Mr. E. A. Hoen, vice-president, und Mr, Eugene Jones, secretary and treasurer. The following board of gover? nors wus chosen, three membors being addod: Messrs, Georg...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

THEFUNERAL WAS DELAYED Autopsy Postpones the Obse? quies of Mr? Beveridge. RESULT OF THE AUTOPSY Not Made Known, , but Thought to Have Shown That Recent Injuries Were Not the Cause of His Death. For an hour and a holt or more yes? terday afternoon the funeral services over the remains of Mr. William H. Beveridge, who died Sunday morning at his home ln Barton Heights, were de? layed, while a hurriedly called autopsy Was held with a view to clearing up, If possible, oertaln peoultor and mysterious , olroutnstanoea in connection with tho event? leading up to the last Illness of .. the deceased. More than a hundred persona?possibly ? over two hundred, including the various delegations?gathered at the house lu . time to attend the eervlcos, which, It was . understood, would be hold at 8:60 o'clock in the Grace Street Presbyterian Church. . But earlier ln the day, at the ins tan co of the Chlof of Police of Rlohmond, the . eoroner of Henrloo called for an autopsy, jo be followed to-day by...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

BOTH BODIES HARDAT IT Large Number of Bills Passed in the House. MUNICIPAL BILL IN SENATE Mr. Caton Presents Measure to Pro? tect Infant Corporations-?Houso Rejects Bill to Prevent Enticing Away of Servants?Gossip? Th? Legnature put In a fine day's work yesterday. The House passed a large number of bills and the Senate gave consideration to eevoral of import? ance. Among them wa* one In relation to tho government of cltlos and towns and It waa paused, Ono Important bill offered in the House was by Mr. Caten to lowor the graduating seal? of taxa? tion on, tho franchises of smaller corpor? ations and It was roferrcd. Tho ilouse by a vote of 29 to 33 refused to pass Sen? ato bill to provent the ontlclng away of ?orvanls and the crop pest oommleaion bill was paused.. Most of tho other bills pa-seed were of local interest, but thoy woro^dlsposcd of with moro dispatch than luis attended any session of the Houuo for a long time. The Senate. A largo proportion of the membership of the Senat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

FRACTIONAL NET LOSSES Taking of Profits Caused Drop In Prices of Stocks. PAIR DEGREE OP ACTIVITY During the Latter Part of the Day, How '' ever, Trade Relapsed Into Semi Stagnation?Close Was Heavy With Small Net Losses. (Special to Iti TlmH-Dl-.pr.toh.) N33W Y/U?UC. May ?.?The day?' de? velopment bearing on values of securi? ties wore rather favorable than ottier ivlee. but this did not enable .the pro fasslonal traders in stocks, who were ihe buyers of yeeterday, to partly realise their profits, without turning prices downwards once more. There was a fair decree of activity In the market up to noon. During the latter part of the day the trading fell Into semi-stagnation again. Some part of the early activity was undoubtedly due to manipulation, to faeiatate the taking of iprofits. Dela? ware and Hudson continued yesterday's adranco to the extent ol 1 1-4 and St. Pm-l 3NOrt*rwest*rn. Canadian Paoltlo and Louisville and Nashville were lifted .at one time 1 to 1 1-4 over last,night Th...

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