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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NOI^?Lk~?N~P?GES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND ELEVEN. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY. W- B- MARTIN. iExcluatvely lor Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) BROWN & co. V. Ni MOCKS. Supreme Court oC North Carolina. April 11. lS'J'J. THE SCHEDULE OF PREFERRED iJEBTa, wiiicii under the daw MUST be FILED WITH every ASSIGNMENT for the BENEFIT OF CREDITORS, MUST STATE the DATE and CONSIDERATION of EACH DEBT. WHETHER it BE ON ACCOUNT Oil FOR NOTES. WHEN the DEBT is A DONG ac? COUNT the DATE of the first and EAST ITEMS is SUFFICIENT. THE FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE LAW AS TO SOME OF THE DEBTS DOES not VITIATE the ASSIGNMENT, but DESTROYS the PREFERENCE OF the DEBTS as TO WHICH the law is not COMPLIED WITH. This was an action to set aside an as? signment made for the benefit of credi? tors on account of an alleged defective schedule of preferred debts. There was a judgment for plaintiff and defendants appealed. The court Bays: It ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

ft WEEK IN SOCIETY Delightful Trolley Party at the Country Club. PlenimK Dny at tb? IlMk WnUmi Club - A >?niui- I'ariy-Kntertnlu? ??l at Virgluln Bi?cb - Arrival nuil Departure or Society l'eoj>lc Of all the beautiful things In this beautiful world of ours the moonlight softly shining on the water might take the lead. A huge ball of gold, the moon appears on the horizon, where the blue canopy of heaven, star studded, meets the rippling water be? neath- Slowly she climbs up,' up, pass? ing far overhead to the farthermost corners of the earth, casting her silvery beam* of soft light on tiie waye-crcsts. bt'igtft, shining, shimmering.- Ope by ' one, chasing away the tiny stars, ?lnJth lng all things as her own, Diana reigns supreme and we poor mortals cast our? selves down and bow to her uusur passing lovliness. Such a perfect round of nights as has been our privilege to this week enjoy! "Rowing, did you say? Why, of course," and then the bikes which had been laid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

watt, rette w & clay. watt. r.ettkw & clay. Store Closes Pr mptly at 6 P. IT.; ^aiurdass, 10. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. watt, rettew * CLAY. in* ,veni This Event has never had a parallel. Even our own greatest last year's effort is overshadowed. We have assembled all the broken assortments of Organdv, Corded Lawn, Dimity, Brocaded Lawn and every other new and pretty weave that has come to us this season?not a single piece has escaped the bargain dragnet. The entire gathering will be placed on sale to-morrow at less than half the original price. This great event concerns upwards of i2x/2c. qualities, at 6c. a y The very newest and daintiest plaids, stripes and floral designs in all the charming color combinations are shown in this vast assembly, Surely, it is an opportunity that every woman within getting-here distance soukl take advantage of. In connection with this truly phenomenal offering We will show the following extraordinary attractions:? Men's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

Special Sale of Magnificent Values THAT WILL EXC1T SI WCNDER OF THE SHOPPING PUBLIC 46c MAGNIFICENT SILK VALUES. The Greatest of all 46c. Silk Sales. AAr 275 y*r?8. 5 r-attems Pur **OC. Black Crwon for r.al.sts Crosse?, feather wilirht; this lias r< as Jilirh as $1.50 a yd. and Is n grea bargain, ALf l.ROO yds. Corded Jap to1,. silks, these are guar.nr.i l 1 color, stripes, checks and plaids, po ly worth 69c At.-, 3.CO0 yds. Plain Colored T ?tOC. silks, ull colors. i- itiik and tailed t Silk Wash fast sltlvc a/- 2,000 yds. Olaco Taffeta, wc d< fy ?tOC. you to inaioh this for less than Sic?a heavy rustle kind. 46c. it.'i yds. Brocaded Clros Grain; this quality usually retails for 75c. a / _ S00 yds. Black and White and liOC. niuo and White Shepherd ChecK Taffeta Silk, this never before offered un der GOc: reul value Is S5c. 69c.-The Greatest of all G9c. Silk Sales.--6Sc. 3.000 yds. Polka Dot Taffetas, all colors, black and white; wo never before offi red theso u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

THE NATIONAL AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP To Be Decided During The Week Beginning July 3. TT in: eyes and, where possible, the steps <>f Anicrleun golfers are all turned Chicagoward these days in anticipation of the amutcui champion? ship contest which will take place there during tin- week beginning July 3" ? Last fait the Unwcntsla course nt Lnko Korest, oa winch the champion? ! ship is to tie decided, was pronounced I by such will known professionals as Herd, Smith, Turplc, Jamie Anderson, who has charge of It, ami the r'oulis bur.hers the best in America. Great pains were taken and a lot of money s,)ent to put tiie links in good condi? tio.,. The reci nt lack of rain has done some dutnugu to the tees, which, it is; hoped, will be remedied before the, championship gupies take place. The ?hwctiislti Country club mounds comprise 100 acres, on which the links und a polo field as well as tennis courts have l ? ? ii laid out. The golf course Is approximately u,000 y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA" RICHMOND NEWS ANDJJOSSIP Description of the Southern's Fine Hew Depot. WINNIE DAVIS TRIBUTE The Fonil For Ihn monument to ho Erected to "I ho Dnnsbler of I ho Confederacy** Sow Amounts to ?1.-JV8.35 ? Tho Consolidation of tho National Raub ?r Virginia mid ?he Citizens *.Jtclii?ujjc Uuub. Hi.. - (Special to Virglnlan-rilot.) Richmond, Va., June 24.?Tho Dis? patch to-morrow will p~int a cut and detailed description of the depot of the Southern Railway to be erected here as soon as possible. The building will have a frontage of 70 feet on Mill street and 175 feet on Fourteenth street, with an ornamental and imposing tower in the corner 100 feel in height. The tow? er will have wrought iron clock dials on all four sides, and is splendidly d( signed. The building is designed ] somewhat on the lines of the Modern Rennaissauce, and is a strong and vig? orous conception. A spacious train shed will adjoin the building on tho] west The building ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

D1YIHB SERYICRS TO-DAY, . The Methodist. Presbyterian, Luth* eran, Christian. Church ot Christ (Dis? ciples), and Christ Scientist publish their hours of Sunday services in Sat? urday's issue. CATHOLIC. St. Mary's, corner of Chapel and Holt streets, Kev. John Doherty, pastor.? Sundny: L'arly mass at 7 a. m.; children's mass at 9:30 a. m.: high mass at 11 a. m. Vespers and benediction cf the blessed sacrament at 5 p. m. Sacred Heart Church, corner of Torlt and Dunmore streets. Rev. Father T. J. Wilson, pastor?Sunday: First mass, 7:30 a. m.; second mass, 11 a. m. Ves? pers at 5 p. m., followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament. BAPTIST. Freemason, corner of Bank and Free? mason streets?Preaching by Rev. J. F. Love, of Suffolk, at 11 ru m. Chil? dren's Day exercises at 5 p. m. Park Avenue, Brumbleton?Preaching by tht pastor, Rev. J. J. Hnll, D. D., at 31 a. m. and 8 v. m. Children's Day services at 4 d. m. First, corner of Oranby and Freema? son streets?Preaching by the pnstor, I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

THE" NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET The Gigantic Scheme of Ex-Sena? tor Cameron. v * ? ? _ SUPPLY ELECTRIC POWER Proposes to Foriifiu Norfolk nn?1 Balcltfh und Intervening; Tuivub with Electric Motive Power nncl ? Jbtghta-Tbe. Ponltontlnry Clolin? BlUl Unpaid*-Or, t'lcmios D?ad Ba44eu irca.ui nt Winston. jeji? j: i .- . i*** Raleigh, N. C, June 24.?The News and Observer of this morning publishes the following astonishing piece of news: One of the greatest syndicates North Carolina, has ever known is now being formed. Its object Is to supply all the towns and cities on tho Seaboard. Air Line, from. Raleigh to' Norfolk, with electric light and power. The head of this syndicate Is Senator Don Cameron, of Pennsylvania, who owns large milling Interests at Weldon and Roan ok e Rapids. The electricity to be furnished to these places Is to be supplied from Wfeldon, being generated by the im? mense water power there, which Sen? ator Cameron declares is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Ter Ct. Brooklyn . 44 14 .759 Boston .37 19 .661 Philadelphia .35 2t .025 Chicago . 35 23 .603 Bt. I.miis .34 24 .586 Baltimore .32 2:t .582 Cincinnati . 28 20 . 473 Now York.27 :U .46B vu.tsburg .23 31 .426 Louisville .18 3H .321 Washington .... _is 40 .310 Ueveland . o 45 .107 CLEVELAND, 2; NEW YORK, 7. Cleveland, Ohio, June 24.?The visit? ors hit opportunely and ran the bases When they did hit, therefore, they liud en easy victory. Score by innings: R.H.E. Cleveland.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1? 2 11 2 New York .. ..0 1032010 x? 7 10 3 Batteries?Knepper and Schrecon post; Carrlck and Warner. Umpires Smith and Andrews. Time?1:50. At? tendance. 200. CHICAGO, 3; BROOKLYN, 2. Chicago. June 24.?For eight innings to-day Grifllth held the leaders down to two singles, und with perfect sup? port, allowed hut one man to reach sec? ond. They fell on him for two singles and a double In the ninth, tying the score that the locals had made on the visito...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

R?RTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THlr PASSING KOTE A Compilation of Misce.laneoiis News Matter in Condensed form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A Dull) Directory Of the II iipp ?? ti I n;; ot n Boy RKofly Told, Itioutlli Kni'ill noun itio Less iuteroatiiig nml Important-Itil'oruuttioii For Tiiono *?VUo SuoU t? Know arid i)u? dorbtmid Wlioi la Goliig on Among (lie l'eonle. A. J. Phillips' numerous articled on special sale for Monday such da Lilnen Skirts for ladies, wrappers, fans. Ate. You^can buy a cake of toilet soap for one cent. See advertisement. Pearson's Dairy Lunch room is open all the time?day and night. There you can get something to eat either hot ot JEOld. A large excursion over the Seaboard Air Line from Raleigh, N. C, will ar? rive here Tuesday, the 27th. Mr. A. J. Steinmetz left the city for Richmond yesterday to be at the bed? side of his wife, who is quite sick In that clly. The little Princetons nnd the Little Holyokes played ball yesterday. The latter won...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH HDVERTIS EM ENTST^onti n ueo ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Will give a p'.cnlo to DELAWARE PARK ?ON? TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1899. For tin? purpose of raising funds for com plcilnjc the new St, Paul's Church now building. Ail wh ? are Interested In the work or who feel n civic pride In seeing th'a handsome structuro llnlshcd are urged to assist. Trains leave S:15 a. m. and 1.15 p. m. Tickets, 50c; children, l!5c. Je21-6t TofTsale. 8 nice Residences on Washington street; t on Dinwiddlo street, 1 on Crawford. 2 Lots on Crawford utrcet. 2 Warehouses on Water street. 3 nice Residence* in Park View; 3 In Cottage Place. Lota for sale cheap and on easy terms la Park View. Coltago Price, Prcntlss Place and Brighton. MONBV TO LEND. Boll 'phone 2222. R. S. BROOKS, 411 Court St. Carriage on hand to Miow purchasers property._ you don't uaye to wait If you want a Meal, hot or cold PEARSON'S IS THE PLACE, to KOt It and what, pleases his customers so well Is that It Is served so auick und In a n...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 June 1899

F?RT8MQ1HH"LO?fiL CONTINUED-BERKLEY NEWS AND ADS, REVIEW OrTtiMETOHra . POUT NORFOLK ROAD AGAIN. A Washlrtfirtaa Bpeclaj in. yesterday s Richmond Dispatch eays: Messrs. J. W. Oast, .supervising In? spector of steamboats a>? Norfolk, and A. J. Phillips and John,!?*, Watson, of Portsmouth, arrived here this morning *tnd left at noon for New York, where they expect to secure capital and or? ganize a company for the purchase of th? elcotrlo car line li> Portsmouth, now in the hands of Receiver B. W. Leigh. This road has been in';the prrsrssion k0f Messrs. Maynard, Wool, Watson and Phillips several weeks, the Virginian Pilot publishing that tadt at the time It occurred. All of the Indebtedness of the road has about been paid, and till now remaining to do, is to get rvtt order from the United States Court dYmiss . $rlg the receiver, which only requires the asking from the present owners. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH IWants An Organist?Services for To? morrow. Sunday school...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE! CONTINUED ON PAGES 6 AND 11 AFFAIRS IN THE PHILIPPINES General Otis Makes Lengthy Re? port on the Situation. THE RAINY SEASON ON Bat (.title <InntpnlKulns I>o?otb!e Now In Lazon?Filipino Armlr? iinv< RniTcrefl Oreut I.oaaea nu.l nro Ncnttfireil? Maaa of People Dealro Pence? Hope or tue Lenders? Con? dition or Our 1'roopa?Airnlllni; ncUlalfj't Return to \Vit?utnKto.i - I n n " en i o 11 ii - Sol f-Uo verum cut nt MnnHit. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, Juno 26.?General Otis, In reply to a cable from tho War De? partment asking ?fcl information re gaivlii'S the Situation and conditions in the Philippines, to-day cabled a long reply as follows: Manila, June CO. Adjutant-General, Washington: Rainy season. Little inland cam? paigning possible in Luzon. Wo occu? py large portion Tagalog country, line;-: Stretching from Im ins south to San Fer? nando north, nearly sixty miles, and to eastward I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX WANTED. WANTED. ? LARGE FURNISHED room In private family Tor two brothers: no other roomers; answer nt once. Room 713 Cltlzcn-s' Rank building. It*_ WANTED.? MEDIUM WEIGHT Platform Spring Wagon, In good order. Address W. 1* reale. Ports mouth. Va._>_It ?VT OUNO MAN, 18, STEADY AND 1N X dustrlous, with good academic edu? cation, wants position In store or office or some position with a business man. Ad dross J. H. H., care Vtrglnlun-Pllot. je27-3t?_ WANTED.?POSITION ry A YOUNG man, 21 years old, experience In Gents' Furnishing Goods; a one reference. Address "STEADY-," care Virglnlan-Pllot. It_ WANTED. ? COLORED HOUSE girl; reference required. S4 Virginia street._H? ANTED. ?A GOOD COOK WHITE woman that understands to do any irid of house work. Apply 14 Cornlck street, Norfolk, Va. T Je27-3t OUNO MAN (HEBREW) WANTS board and room In private Hebrew fondly, with or without bath, near Main street; communications strlctlv co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOUK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. KIVK A\l) SIX: WEATHER REPORT._ WEATHER FORECAST. Washington June 2S. 1SU9. For Virginia: Fair Tuesduy; Increas? ing cloudiness Wencsduy; variable winds. For North Carolina: Threatening Tuesday, with showers near the coast; probably fair Wednesday; ? variable v mdsi NortolK nu<l VIolnllT WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY. Fair; moderate temperature; light northerly winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 7G Minimum temperature. 72 Normal temperature. 7'J Departure from normal.minus 5 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 21 Rainfall In past 21 hours.Trace Rainfall since 1st of month.5.3S Mean humidity. CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:47 a. m.; sets 7:29 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 0:00 a. m.. 12:02 p. m.: low water r>:54 a. m.. fi:l"> p. m. Old Point: High water 11:39 a. m.. 11:41 p. m.; low water 5:33 a. m., 5:54 p. m. DIF.I). CAPPS.? At St. Vincent's Hospital. Sun? day. June 2?th. at 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

-by Tin?? ymaiNi.eN and pilot publishing COMPANY. LORfOlK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, U98.) Kmii(4 ?t the Postofflce at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class tuslUr. OFFICE: PILOT BUILOINO. CITY IIall AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. H. tJratidy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James IS. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A.B. urandy. l. D Starke. Jr.. t. W. Ehelton. U. w. Shultlce, W. 3. Wilkinson, Jsmiis iv. Allen, I). ?'. Donovan. TintKK vkx tsj run co 1*1*. subscription rates: The viRaiNIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In No/folk and vicinltr Portsmouth. Berkley. ButTolli. West Norfolk. Nuwport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mal!, to any place la UlS United elates, postage tree; AA1LT,oui 7?r ? S3.no - StS lUonlltS ... 2.?0 " luree moutln ? . l..">o ** oueuioutU ? ? '? .AO ADVERTISING RATES! AOverttse tnonts lnssrtea at the rale, ot 7? cents a bquar?, flral Insertion; each subsequent Insertion 40 ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

the news of norfolk on pages two, three. FIVETnd"^ COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B. MA?TIN. (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot) HALL V. COTTINGHAM. Supreme Court of North Carolina, April 11, 1899. A PREFERENCE OF TAXES IN THE SCHEDULE OF AN ASSIGN? MENT IS VALID. A PREFERENCE OF A NOTE, THE DATE OF WHICH IS GIVEN, IS A SUFFICIENT STATEMENT OF THE DATE OF THE TRANSAC? TION, THE DATE OF THE NOTE BEING PRESUMED THE DATE OF THE INDEBTEDNESS. ThlB was an action brought to set aside a deed of assignment. The only question before the court being as to the sufficiency of tho schedule of pre? ferred debts, and the effect thereon of the invalidity of certain preferences. There was a Judgment for the defend? ants and plaintiff appealed. The court says: We are of the opinion that a schedule of preferred debts, properly verified and filed within the five days limited by law, Is good as to all preferences therein sufficiently d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. ATLANTIC CITI SARD The JK>cal Board of Atlantic City Ward met in its June session last night, Present: Chairman Goodwin, anil Messrs. Anderson, Hltchlngs, Dr. New bill and Captain W. T. Williams, The matter of Improving Ninth street ami the Maloney property was contin? ued. A letter was received from Mr. Low enberg, president Norfolk and Atlnntic Terminal Company, stating thai he had Instructed the Tennis Construction Company to cement the electric poles on thai line. A committee consisting <>f Dr. New bill and Mr. Anderson was appointed to wait upon Mr. L?wenbOrg ami in? form him that the orders of tli" board had not tieetl compiled with und that unless they were at once an injunc? tion would be gotten out restraining the company from continuing its work. The committee on sweeping the streets reported progress. in the matter of the Improvements on Botetourt street th.- estimated ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET A Distillery Run by a Preacher Captured. BOUND OVER TO COURT Farther Fnrtlcnlnra or tbe Sboottne of a Henderson Mt?u?\ New Co? ioniai mmory?Bealgnntlou or ? College Profeaaor-Uou. Cowlo? Rf nnv? ?mimse suit Against Itololifh Klocirle toiupnuy, Raleigh, N. C, June 26.?Johnston county now seems to bo t bo favorite resort of the festive moonshiner. No end of Juicerles have been ensured and destroyed there within the past two months and tho "revenuers" say Ihey still ubound in the greatest abundance and variety. As many us five have been captured within a five-mile radius of Selnia In ono night by one pn.-se. This feat was accomplished Friday night by Deputy Collector J. P. II. Adams and his men. "The stills ranged In capacity front three to ninety gallons." Bald Mr. Adams when he returned to Raleigh looking as though he hadn't slept a wink In a month. "The three! gallon still was the funniest little copper stil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 27 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Girls Strike Seems Practically Ended, MANY RETURN TO WORK Br. Wblfloett Will Tnke Bncli All but ? Dozen ? S torelioeper Pfolnou, or lb* Hlilp Worin Killed by Nouiu ?rn Railway Train? A I'rimcr and Tonne Jiiuiy l u Ronto lo tirotun Groeu. (Special to Vlrginlan-PIIot.) Richmond, Va., June 25.?The strike ?t the Whitlock tobacco factory seems practically ended, about S50 of the 1,-00 girls having returned to work. One hundred and fifty or two hundred girls came to the factory for the pur? pose of conferring with Mr, Whitlock regarding being taken back, but bring? ing no lunch. Mr. Whitlock took them back, but they could not work as lunch was not brought with them. They all said they would work to-morrow. A DOZEN REJECTED. "There will not be over a dozen girls whom we will not take back," said Mr. Philip Whitlock to the Vlrg'lnlart-PI lot correspondent to-day. "About that number seems to have led the girls. We w...

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