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Given to Every Lady at Matinees Public Wedding Tuesday, March 12th Coupon in Journal Daily, 5c Rebate TWICE DAILY FOR TWO WEEKS Matinee, 2 to 5 P. M. Night, 7 to 10:30 d m. ission, 13 Cen With Rebate or Journal Coupon, 10 Cents E-Souvenirs, Samples and Eating-FREE Ask Your Grocer or the Cohen Co. for Rebate Tickets Doll Matinee Saturday, March 9th Prizes and Souvenirs iWNmmiBuinam NEUTRALITY LAW MUSTBE OBSERVED (Continued from First fjic) tlculur localities whore conditions or prospects of lawlessness so threaten personal safety as- t.> make with* clrnw.il the part of common prudeni <*. ttperifyiiicr localities, If any. front wlifvh withdrawal may at niiy time Bcctn advisable, and stating that In Btiy such caser consul*] may tak< such chureta of ahnndnned effects'tis in ly he possible under the circumstances." The I'rnrlnniiif lull. (?Yt.'towins Ii?. President Taft's procla. rnTtttOtt: "rty t.'tc President ?f the United Elates of America: ?'A Proclamation' "Wher."fPS, serious disturbances and; for.iM. .resistance to the authorities of tho established govern men t exist in | certiiln portions of Mexico: and. "Whoroas, under thetc conditions; | It la the duty of nil persons within tho Jurisdiction of the United Stat.;-- | to refrain from tho commission ot | j acts prohibited by tin- law thereto re j liiiinu. and subversive of the trail- ' I qullllty of a country with which tho i j United States Is at peace; and j "Whereas, the laws of the United I Starrs prohibit under mich el reu in- j st:vnecs rill persons, within find sun- j ; Jei t Co their Jurisdiction, from taking I ?'part contrary tp raid laws In iviy ?iicn, j I dist nrifanccs adversely to such eslab- | llslied government, and 1 "Whereas, by express enactment if ! two or more persons conspire to com 1 nilt mi offense against the United States, any act of one conspirator to effect the object ot' mich conspiracy renders all the conspirators liable to fine, and Imprisonment; rut I ?'Whereas, there Is reason to be? lieve that citizens of the United States and others within their Jurisdiction fall to npprchend the meaning ami THE SPRING TIME Is about: here, and you will soon begin to look through your house to find out what ij heeded in the way o Furniture After you have four.':] out what is needed, the next tiling is to know the right place to but it. We invite you to inspect our stock, and \vc are ture you will be convinced that this i= the place to buy. JONES BROS. & C INCORPORATED, ? 14.18? 1-120 East Main Street, - - Richmond, Va, I operation of tho applicable laws o? the United .Stales, ns authoritatively interpreted, nna may be misled 'nlo I participation in transactions which art violations of said laws, and which will ? render-them liable to the severe penal? ties provided fur such violations: I "Now. therefore, In recognition of I tho laws governing and controlling hi I such mutters, its we.ll as in discharge; I of the obligations of the United stai.>g I towards a friendly country, and as a j measure of protection, and to the end I that citizens of the United States and ! nil others within their jurisdiction. I may be deterred from Subjecting thorn j selves to legal forfeitures and penal-! 1 tip*: I "I. William Howard Taljl, President ! of the United States of America, do j hereby admonish all such citizens and ' other persons to abstain from every I violation of the laws herein before < referred t". and do hereby warn them that all vioiatluns of such laws will he vigorously prosecuted; and I do hereby enjoin upon all officers of the United States charged with the exeeu-J lion of such laws the utmost diligence | in preventing violations thereof, and in 1 bringing to trial and punishment any] offenders aguinst the same; and linally I do hereby give riot'ee that all per- j Hons owing allegiance to the United I States who may take part In tho dls- . turban cos now fcxlstlnj) in Mexico, un- I less in the necessary deichst) of their i person or property,'or who shall other- I wise cniragc in acts subversive of the ! Iranqulllty of that country, will do so at their peril, and that they ca>( in nowise obtain any protection from ! the government of the United States ! against the appropriate legul conse? quences of their nets In'iia fur nn r.nch ; consequences nre in accord with oqut-j table justice an,l humanity, and the enlightened prlnClple?~of international law. "In- testimony whereof. I hav. hereunto set my bund and ? bused the seal of the. United Slates lo bi a taxed "l->buc at the city of Washington this second day ot Muroh, In tin year ?jf| our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve, and of the indepohdrhci ot ] tho United States of America tiio one i hundred and thirty-sixth. (Seal.) "WILLIAM II TAFT." Utcs 'turn to Kin/ New *i ork. March '.'.? nie announce; ment of Bi-Presldsnt Portirlo lJlaz, ot Mexico, that ho would be willing to heed a "strong call" from th* people of Mexico to return, which \vaf contained in a totter from him to one of his ad-, her en t a at prescht in this ciiy, and published to-day, aroused Undisguised Interest in certain financial quarter! This announcement followed so soon after a secret visit to thli city of Julio Madero. brother of i'lcoldilit Francisco Madero, that tic- Clrcutn stance v.-ys thought by those Interested In Mexican affairs to be more (hup a coincidence, Ii wa'f eald to-day that President Mil ;?;.?, anticipating the outbreak] headed hy Vjsque- Gomez, and realizing the Strength of the undercurrent of sen? timent in favor of Diaz, held by t h*i large vested Interests of.'Mj.Xlc'o lo a great extent, had dispatched his brother Julio to New York early In the nn-r enl year in an effort lo strengthen the hands of Ihr? present government finan? cially. Ills brother was also commis? sioned, to it was satd. to offset-persist mi reports that ? President Madero in? tended to force legislation attain-1 largo English and American oil Inter? ests in the ?Ulf coast fields, Iho party, which aupporud Ulau to the last, called Clont lilcos, hna lost none of Its coheslvcness under the Ma doro rear!me, so Olaz'ti correspondent in Ulis olty s;ilO to-ilny, Not- have the powerful Individual friends of ihe for in i President, great land owners such as Ocnernl Tornzzos and linrlquo <"re< I, fallen n,way from their loyalty under the hectoring of the Mad-to govern Hunt. l.'ry l> "On In Stellen f UM" bl PasO, Tex.. March '.?Pour thou sand Mexican rebels arc under arms in Juarez to-nlglii, and the Biosan 'n "On u. Mexico City!" lue movement of Vasqulstas upe-i* Chihuahua is looked upon now ?:< ? if minor Importance. Chihuahua Is already practically Vasquista und has only 100 ruralCB to resist the rein-: host?. Ii has lot;- its Idol. lOO, accord ing io advices lo-iilghl, General Or,,.* co having Dually returned to private life and to the operation of his ?silver mine near Chihuahua. Paiicno Villa, tin- former hnndlt, who has BOO men in the held, will. It ls said, suc? ceed Orosco as commander of the I-'cd oral troops in Chihuahua State. General galaznr said to-nlgiit ihn he has divided his forces Into four brigades of 1.00b men each, and wllli move so.hlhwurd orobahlv Sunday, Chihuahua advices received here to? night say the city Is quiet; has praetl enily no defonse, and will fall easily int., Salazar's hands. The. whole coun? try, ihe advices say, I.s swarming with rebels .nid many ranches and neu mines have been abandoned becauac I hire ;ne no men to work them. Tb. Vasqulstas in .Innrer, have an abundance of 'money and have paid cash for all supplies, buying several Carloads in Kl Paso. Late lo-day Vusqtiltn Customs men seized ! ;?' cans <>'. contraband opium In .Innre/., which was consigned io a Id? eal Chinnmari. It IsVvorth 51.'. n can, and will bo sold by Snlazar and the mom v lidded I? his campaign fund. (Continued from First Pace.1 Yuan Shi Knl. It was pointed out thai the President's refusal to come to Nah klug had been Indirectly responsible for the outbreak. Yuan had refused to come here to take the oath provided in the new Con Blltutloii. and It became necessary to ? nd delegates to ivkiiic to induct htm hip, otllct The presence uf th-s-: de.li cgatea caused the rumor to sp'tad thai I'ckliig troops ? ;rc to be disbanded o,- suffer a big reduction In pay. and ; the mutiny resulted. Dr. Sun Vat Sen refusc.1 t., give out a statement regarding the tri ublcs In the north. Ills friends urged htm to go i I', Pi king and tali ? charge of the gov. erillhoiA, raying he .vas the man to I sti in and save the republic. Hie danger of foreign intervention ' caused much anxiety here to-n!ght, and tie republican l?aders wired their; agents at Tien Tsln til kepp them In-] formed concerning all movements of] foreign troops. [(Special C able lo The V;incs-UI?paich.) j J Tien Tsln; March 2.?At a given sig? nal to-night the Chinese troops inu-;j lllllcd ami BWaunCd into the business! district ..f Ihe native town, firing in discrlaiinalelj rii civilians and pillag? ing; with practically ho effort being made by the authorities 10 restrain i lfm After sack lag hundreds of downtown fclores., the iuldicri entered tho resl donee section, terrifying the Inhabi? tants and carrying off :ver> thing of value In sight. Several pcrnonH were reported to have been killed by the I lootora, but the city whs In .such ii I panic that no estimate of casualties I W an possible. ! All foreign troopj wore held In read I Iness to defend the legations. The) I wore ordered, however, lb make no ct I forts to suppress the outbreak *! unless I foreigners wcro Interfered with. Hundreds of natives und forolgners. I believing that a general massacre was I imminent, flocked to the legations for I protection. At midnight the soldiers congregated j in the viceregal district, riddling th government buildings with bullets' und i attempting to burn the structures. 1 Practically ?II the Chinese soldiers i in the looal garrison participated in the! I mutiny, anil those who refused to .loin ? in Ihe looting spurned the efforts of j their officers to induce them to lire up on the looters. The troops here have been restless I for a long time. Sc.\>.-nl weeks ago, before the revolution was ended, there J was an Incipient mutiny, but It was stamped out before gaining headway, U was believed here to-night that the outbreak was Inspired by the success of the rloter.-i In looting Peking. MlftHlnnarleK .^Intvuicrcd. (Special u, The Tlincs-Dlspntch.) Chicago, March 2.?A cable to ihr Daily News from Peking Bays: "The Proneh and itusslan legations! have received authorltatlv" news that the French missionaries in Pai Tin? 1'ti have been massacred. Yuan Shi Kal's loyal soldiers this evening are shooting people outside the Chlemcn gate, near the. Aincrlcun legation. The; Japanese lleol was ready to transport the rift 11 r.rihy division from Dalny tot Tien Tsln. "The fact Hint the missions in Pool Ting l'u have been burned and loolo,] indicates that the whole movement niay become antIfor- lgn til any lime. I'Yuan's private secretary has advised foreigner* to remain In the legation] : quarter. j "French soldlert, have brought Prince ; Ching'a family into the legation quar? ter. Ills wives occupicil live carriages. The Japanese legation n?s armed the I civilians here, thus Ipcrenslntr the I legation's strength by S.O'JO men.'' Iliiln oml "iVrcrkniir KvrrT where. | Poking. China, March z.?Most of i the thlr.i division soldiers, who sacked I Peking, broke through the- eastern] e.liy rate early yesterday morning.! !'.? ? lug westward, heavily laden with j plunder, and accompanied by carts with silver. In the course of the. day | this correspondent mide a. tour of thr plundered districts, which present att j '.i\vfui spectacle of ruin and wreckage. ! !The rioters: maliciously destroyed whnicvor It was Impossible for them to carry away, smashing beautiful oh-| jccts of art, such as ancient vasr? of porcelain. Several human bodies I \V( re to bC seen lying In pools of blood.] but the number ot killed was com? paratively small. Not one <-f the principal streets] escaped plundered and the forlorn shop keepers say they lost cverythlnt Desultory shooting continued through? out the day and evening, but the peo? ple, apparently unterritiedi crowded th? sir, The car tinges 01 important ofltrlhls were accompanied by body, guards lud executioners carrying huge swords l.i red sheaths. T.ie authorities apparently did noth? ing to stop the looting except to neiid a few soldiers out. who promptly Join? ed the rioters. Yuan Shi Kaj seemed to think that the only way to prevent the whole army from looting was lo retain the men In their barracks. The I riffraff following thi suppliers piund-'j crcd to their heart's content. Tin- cor? respondent Interviewed the police of. fleer, who was charged with prolitHIng] the Nanking dolegates. Delegates ttcMcucd. "The school of nobles, where thej delegates stayed," he said, "was one! of the first, ploci :? attacked. Proctir- j lug a ladder. I assisted the delegates to climb over anotlu r rnrapounJ. I ho delegates lost everything, Including th*lr clothes and official Instructions One of Ihe delogatce, who was se n by the correspondent, sate he believed I the movement was directed against 1 them, mainly because they suggest,-,! thai Vuiin Shi Rh.1 go to Naiik'n .. thus .mgerlng his Jealous soldiers. Till majority of delegates now arc 'In? clined not to Insist on Yuah's going 1 south. The correspondent this morning \v lit to North Maltmcn Street, where Yuan Shi Kal's faithful soldiers wire ese? eming civilian looters and selling their plunder. Some of the soldiers were quarreling ovor the plunder, in Shun Chllioon Street, which was tub '? d last nlglil, the correspondent sawn...' looted and burned shops. The soldiers wer? fcxerutlnp! tha looters by punctur? ing their jticuldr VclllB with hayoint-. in trying to pass a certain point the corro pondont was stopped by sol? diers, who leveled their guns while parleying. They said that foreigners should not go farther lip the street, lest Ihey become involved In trouble, which n-.ieht result from the execu? tions. Chinese Chilians and soldiers are uniformly polite, manifesting no anllf?relgn feeling. Whlb looting Is being suppressed in One part of Ihe city It breaks out ih another. Yuan Shi Knl lias rewarded his faithful soldiers with io ta< ::i (ll"? ?.ich. and offers to reinstate the mutinying soldiers if they behave themselves, Yuan, rearing as. sdvahec on Peking by the. revolting Piio Ting r'u soldiers, has ordered lite d'm ruction of iho Pcklng-llnnkow Itallrond south of this eliy. lie hits promised to in? demnify tli" |oot,.<i shopkeepers. Officials, civil .-nid military, are j|< sertliiK their poms, many fleeing 10 Tien Tsin. Ilnenlnu of ^e\v llostilliil. Surf.ilk. Vie. March ;?. Si. Andrew's Hospital, iust completed, Imd n pit-.lie opening to-day. si. Andrew's, Suf? folk's second hospital. i? .1 (ohr-story brb'k structure, located in the heat', of the cltv.