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GERMAN PLOTS HERE First detailed authentic account of wide spread activities of Teuton secret service here. A thrilling story of intrigue IN xIEXT SUNDAY'S SUN. VOL. LXXXIIL NO. 155. WILSON LAUDS ON PACIFISTS IN IOWA TALK filiml ti Danger U. S. Is Facing. Says the President. TALKS TO TIIltOXGSIN HI VAX STRONGHOLD Averts He Will Maintain Nation's liights, Even by AVar. NOT INFLUENCED 3SY MUNITION MAKERS Executive Malies Five Speeches on Way West, From Chicago. JTYcsiaent Wilson addressed his largest audience of the present tour In Ues Moines last night. Tills speech followed four train end talks to largo crowds in Davenport, Iowa Cltj Grlnncll and Newton and greetings to crowds In small Illinois cities. As ho was In thn "Hryun stronghold" the President paid particular attention to the peace at any price advocates. In his Pes Moines speech, although t ip audience was law, the President's .Utacks on peace advocates were not io ctvrd with any great enthusiasm. Ih denied that munition makers had my influence on his tight for national il fence Ho declared that peace advocates ' an no lde.i of the dangers this couu- .. has faced and will face. He re stated his warning of the peril of vlng drawn into the European war. The President said he hoped that ait of the war would come an iti-ernatioiial- peace tribunal. xtnerlcii can't lie an ostrich and bury head in the sand and shut itself out mi the rest of the world because of ' t.ers, He will preserve the rights of the Mun even If it can bo done only ough war. President WIImui declared a he . ztJ on tho thousuiuls of Hags in the audit lorn that their appetired to move across tliem ghostly visions of devoted men who, looking at the Hag, 'bought only of liberty, rights of rnan k nd. of the nilsiii of America to the T-1 for the realization of those iuccest audience of TRIP AT DES MOINES Xm it,i Hnl liunlimtlf n ls,,ti ciiri'i l'ncltlts. ' M 'ink.-. I.i. Keb 1 President .ill fii.ii i strokes at the . c ii li pnee" coiiMctloiis of Will 1 Hi v in .1 ml the piace at nil .mm atee in a speech licie tu. nigiil l fore the largest mullein, lie Irlr'h-.-! mi his stumping tour, i' I'r. s dent, in what had In en atlvcr- f i- the st ronghiilil of the l!raii trr. devoted Irs oiiertfles m.-unlv ll'llb it. i'S Hie 'oiiiiiiiiiki'x .lillu- 'C ''1 some amnio:) us preach. i said the Picaident in Hie ' oimh lain pan of his speech, "who no in h further than I ''.m go, furltior i I .'ii follow tlniein. preaching -i i .my price and In any circum- x-ev r' called out a man sitting ill- r. 'i front of the President, but v died down III its own eeh.iea n wiii not a single hamtrlap of ii The President coiitlnueil . "Th' r.. is a price that we can never i' f peiic, we cannot pay the pilce ' . ' r - irct, ,,f glorious nppoi (unities i. if national character neg- 'I '! tic men who are out mid out .,) making one fundamental mlt.'i" he stid, "the mistake of Ig- i. dangers that tho country .Vuerlca cannot be an ostrloh " ' " id In the sand. America ran it heisilf out from the. rest of " I 1 iuse America is In con- ! i km vt with the rest of the world i .in that contact that danger r om what other nations may do." I iiIIiiikIiiniii J'iiIIk lliinn, preparation Intel been made for r fill, president a magnltlcent reccp Theie were l'J.'ion person In the i i' I . ,i-ii one waved nn American ' c ii r i.g the applause. Hut the en i i w.i not up to expectations ' a .unit upon men of thn "peace at I' i iier.-iiasicui wits received with 1 ' i cj i.pproval only, and the audl " '.nl clearly that It approved his ' ' p .Ih- utterances above any ill ' .,i thnsn who arn opposing him 'n pre pareilness issue because of ' pi a. e.ible convictions, ' I'ns.ili-nt pressed for the bencilt pucilist sentiment hern his an 'i the i barge that the munitions - I e'ie iienior plate Interests had given ' 1 glutting impulse to tho defence l'n p.ig.imla. M s.i"l that he had favored the en- cef the cloveniment into the busl- f pri'ducing these munitions In 1 " 'hit it might be in a position to ' ' e lng prh'n, and bee repudlatee! ei "ii tiiat he wan being led by i'oi). en of thn private manufao- T i President reached Pes Jlolnes at I '" eriiral time. He was met by a i i.e. representing the gieater Pes ' lani'ier of I'omineice and the '" " M.iineN i e, mill it tec ami thin ' i ii, i ,. rti.iiniieri.ini Motel, wliere M m W.lson dined pilvalely. T i ail lobby was crowded in uvery PciiitliiuifJ on Fourth I'apr. ISHOTONEMAN, SUSPECT TELLS ALBANY POLICE Two of Gumnan's Victims identify, the Prisoner, Apparently 3ltid. ADMITS A TERM, IN ASYLUM. FOR INSANE ALtiANr, Feb. 1. Harold Severy, aged 25, who says he Is a vaudeville and mov ing picture actor and a son of Melville L. Severy of los Angeles, was arrested In Schenectady this afternoon and lodged In the Albany Jail to-night on a charge of being the nun who allot and fatally wounded ono person In Albany and wounded three others with a rllle having a Maxim silencer. Sovery confecd to-night that he had shot ".i man on Chestnut street," but did not linow ids name. James Krwln, tho tlrst victim, who died as a result of ' his wound, was shot on that thorough-, fare. The police drew n lung story of ( rambllngs from the prisoner which con vinced them that Severy is n maniac. He told tho authorities that he was first nnnocd In New York city by per sons "sticking their tongues out" at him. He went from one city to another In order to get away from his iinuoyers, the piisoner said, finally winding up In Al bany. Here he purchased sulphuric acid, Intending to throw It upon any one who. bothered him, but decided that his wire, connecting rltle would have better re-1 suits. Ill view of the fact that two of the victims Identified Severy to-night, the io-1 lice are holding him on a technical charge of tlist degree assault. An examination will be mado of his mental tomllttou to-morrow. Johu McCormick and lilward l Kenny, two of the victims, have vosl lively Identified Severy as their assail ant. Left Albany Mituriln. It was on Saturday last that Severy Is said to have left Albany and walked half wav to Sclici.cc.tady. He went to the boarding Iwiw of .Mrs. Margaret Munda and secured accommodations. Mrs. Munda assigned him to a room and nothing more was heard of the new comer until iesterday. when Ids actions aroused her curloslt. She spied on her i lodger and saw him examining a small rltle not weighing more than a good sized revolver. She says that h placed the rllle upon n table and started for the door behind which Mrs. Munda was con cealed. She stood aside. '1 want to get some oil." Mrs. Mund.v told the police Severy informed her. 'do right .icioss the street and sou ' will llnd a drug store wheie uu can get all Hie oil joii want.'' was her an ! swer. I Scu left the house and Mrs Munda , telephoned the He helecl.lll pull, e po : llceman Hosier hurried to lli. Manila's i home and got into Seven's room heroic thu boarder returned He brought with him a bottle of oil and was about to take up the rllle when Ussier Interfered. I "Any offence for a man to oil his i gun'.'" ii'-Ked Sewry. "No, but It is agimst the law to have waiiiM of that kind on your person," explained the olllcer. Inueliloii" Dolce I'oiilnl. "As long as that Is the charge." the prlsonel alisweieil, "1 11 go wun you. Suspicion that Severy was the man sought by the Albany police was strengthened when a picul'.ir combina ti,.n nf r.fle mid wire was found in his room. The police say that Severy had a contrivance or distinct originality. To a small rltle. sKteen Inches long, wire !,.! i , Httacheil which connected with the trigger. Thl could be concealed, along wilh the weapon. In a coat sleeve. The wire was so arranged as in make It po-sihle for mep ly the muxzlu of thn rllle to protrude from the coat sleeve. Hv manipulation the wire could be pulled ,,,',d tli rifle discharged. Th mailm H'lcnccr made up the lem.ilnder or tho combination. Severj admitted that he oie-e was nn Inmate of the Jlo-pltal for the Insane at Wiverly. He said that his parents in I.kis Angeles were wealthy and h" was spending his leisure time on Inventions. ECCENTRICS A V.S FATHER Admits tn etetl Oiiccrly I'ollim t lug nn Injur). I ,os AM.Kt.US. Pole. I --Melville I. Severy, living at llio Hotel lladcllh'e lu ' this city . said to-nighit that he has a son I named Harold Seer. wiio haa been en- g.Tged ns a vaudeville ana motion pn tore actor. H lidded that his son had suf f cred an injury sotno timu ago which resulted In Ills pronounced eccentricity. According to Mr. Severy, the young man ban never shown any sign of homi cidal mania, his particular Illusion being a fear that he would surfer harm at ttm hands of others. When Infnrmtd of the arrest of the ill. in claiming to be his sop, Mr. Sevorv said : "If the man under arrest is Indeed my son, 1 am iinablu to offer any explana tion, of the acts charged against him. Such ncthiiis are entirely foreign to his mutiire. If the .charge - true, bo must be tho victim of a peculiar casn of In sanity which has recently developed. " NEW BIDS BY APOSTLE OF PORK Munition Plant nml AlliiMcin School Smiulit for riorldti li- ( InrL W'ASItlNliTtlN. Keb. I telteeltve Clark of Klonilii. chilimau of the Com mltten on Public Hullillnrs and the npohtln of "pork barrel" legislation, ap peared In tho Home to-day as an ad vocate of a new linn nf public Improve, ineius. Mr. f'l'irk has specialized In the past on public buildings and rivers und h.ii-bo-s. To-elav he offered a bill appro priating J3.UOO,000 for a i inveriiincnt munition Plant l,p built at (icala, Pill., and another bill appropriating (.. OO.fiOO for mi army aviation school at Pernandlna, I'la. Mr. ("lark dechircd that his dlsciitiifu wits purely Impel sonal. "Theie ii i c only two town. In my dis trict entuled lo them that have put got public buildings." said Mr. Pl.uk. A House leaclei asked to-day If Ocala and Kernamllna vvein the two towns Mr. C.Mark had In inhid. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, "LOST" BRITISH S. S. HELD Seized on High Seas, Boarded by Prize Crew, Captors Guided Her Past Line of British Warships for Dash to U. S. Port. NOTABLES AMONG 451 ON BOARD; RAIDER SANK 6 ENGLISH SHIPS Will Be Interned, as Were Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz Eitel, Is Belief in Washington Embarrassing Diplomatic Tangle Feared CAPTAIN'S OWN STORY OF CAPTURE. KJORKOLK, Vii., I'cl). 1. Capt. Harrison, who commanded tho Appam before she was captured, said to-nijrht: "Wo htivo no complnint to mukc of the treatment we received on the Appum. Wo wero Riven every consideration. "The ship was taken on n brig-lit, warm day. We were making fair speed und sighted the Moewe ten miles off our starboard bow. We paid no attention to her until she nppeared to be circling us; then she started to cross our bow. "She bore down on us, but her Hritish flap; was visible and we hud no fear that an enemy was approaching. Wo thought perhaps she needed provisions or coal. We were preparing to run up a signal ask ing whnt was wanted when she made directly across our bow and again circled us. 1 presume she was endeavoring to ascertain how muny guns wc had on board. "When she came hack on our starboard bow she was only a few yards away; then she dropped her sides and exposed her guns. She lowered the Hritish flag and ran up the German colors. Wc had no chance, and gave up to avoid bloodshed." Xotiroi.K, Viu, Feb. 1. One maritime, mystery of the war cave way lo an other when llio Hiitlsh passenger liner Appatn, nibbing since Junuary K. steamed past the Virginia capes Into Hampton Ho ids about dawn to-day with the (iciiiinn naval ensign living at tier mast bond mid a German prize crew under comnumd f I.leut. Hans llerg nf the (Jenn.tn Naval Keserve in e harge. The Appam, which had left Dakar. Hritish West Africa, for Plymoutli. lliiglaml. on January II, had for sev eral days been counted as missing -one nf the many vessels of which the sea has taken Inexorable toll. Her ar rival cleared the tnjstery, but onl to add a mystciy of the existence of a Herman ship. -apparently it vessel of war, which not only made a pti.c of the HritUh liner, but sank or captiued six other Hntlsh ships with valuable cat goes. This (icitnaii vessel which hs eluded the Uuglisli ships that have been sweeping the seas Is the Moewe, a liaft fin mldable enough at least to have sunk one P.rltlsh ship which showed light and in have capt in ed the Appam without so miii'li as a show of I c.-lstancc. Her sloiv, told as jet in fragmentary detail, Is one of the ro in.intK' adventuies of the high -e.is. Mli Into Port tit Diimii. Tho e,fflclal veision of the App.un's arrival is brief. Sin., appeared olf the Virginia capes at .i : 1 . o'clock this morning, to all appearances a pas senger vessel, took on j pilot and hove to off did Point Comfort, where she anchored. Tlio vis-m-I arrived in port none ton .ocni, for being on her return trip she was silent of provUlciiis, having only mougli for another daj-. laetit. tlerg's first reipiest wn.s for petiiiissiiin to purchase supplies. l.ieut. llerg. commanding the prize crew of twenlj -two men from tlio .Moewe, went ashore to pay his r,.. spects to Col. Ira I In) ncs at JAirt Monroe. Afterward he called nn the Ciriuan Viie-Consul, Marshall vim Schilling, and with him c.iiue to make. Ills report to the Collcctoi of the Port of Norfolk. Norman 11, llilion. Oidcrs were given that until the stains of the vessel and the pi'rsons aboard her Is lived, iartleularly that uf the armed subjects of ilreat Hrltaln as well as of (jermaiiy, no one will lie pernntled to leave her. The Appam therefoie leinalns to-night without com miliin mioii ashore As soon as the State Department has come to a decision regarding her status the p.thsengi I s and non-comb Hauls, among them a number of women, will proli.ihlv tie permitted tn land. The vessel Itself will Join thn Inleiiled Her man vessels now- at this port, it Is ex pected -I T. I Piisneiiuers Vlionrd. On the Appam are 4T1 persons, In cluding 42 Hermans, nf the-sc if, 5 nro members of the oi1khi.i1 crew, 115 urn passenger", among whom are Sir 1M ward Merewether, (iiivernor of Slerre I.eone, and Jils wife; 'JO are Herman prisoners who were brought aboard the llrlllsh vessel to be taken to Ihigllsh detention camps; 138 were survivors of the ships elcstrojed hv the Moewe nnd I'L" are members of the Herman prize crew. There was nothing about the Appam as she entered Hampton llo.nN to In illciie that she had undergone extiaor Unary vicissitudes at si a. Her black hull and while siipiTstruiiure were tin scarred. I'xcept f o thn Herman ensign (lying at the peak she might have been n Hrltlsh vessel making her ordinaiy port of call. How she came to the plight In which she Muds lieiself and the etra..i'illiiiiiv adventuies of the Moewe, which bronchi her to II, weio told oul.v lu bare outline. Lieut, lleil.', a short, stocky figure with a cjnsu cropped Vand.vke beard, was most reluctant to reveal the adventures AT HAMPTON ROADS of the ship wtuen captured the Appam after so thrilling an expedition of clettuctlolt He has In en iii American pints before as the loiumaiiiler ot a merchant vessel, lie even has been at the Norfolk Cu torn Houe many times before. Pnder hl suavity of demeanor lucre was an tmllllichiiig reserve. A nearly as could be. ascertained, however, this ti the stoiv of tne i ierman lahler : The "ceiie uf the Moewe's extiloits wa somewhere In the vicinity ot the Canar. islands How she came there Is Milt a mystery which Meat. llerg will not te vc.il, nor Is It known iletlnltely Jus: what kind of ship -die K There Is said to. be listed In the Gorman mivy-a-vessel of that name know n as a verme--sungschlff, a small boat of a few hull died tons armed with two T, centimeter I cittiM iimiI f.ir uiirv.i -i.i.-lr :in.t kltnltitr 111 siitne respects lo the of the jl'liited Slates toast and Hcsletl. Sir I vev-. What port the Moewe Failed from 'how she came to be upon the high seas i Ploying upon llrlliih commerce v ln 'i the .it of Herman raiders was sup posed to have heen accounted f r Is et to be told. At all events the Moewe on .January in c.une mion the llritlsh steamer I'ar illigfonl, laden w ith 5,00(1 tons of copper oie, and sank her. I in the same da she fell In Willi another lliuish t.-sel. the Corbnilge, laden with UnO ton of coal. The cpiestlnn of fuel evident lv was a serious me with the Herman ves-el, for the Corbt hIks wits mule to iiecomp.iny her. serving the purposes of a eollii r, and j so f.u as is known Is still tr illing In the wake of the victorious raider. soul. Mi I n Aflor lili. cm .1 :i ntl.e r 13 the Moewi came upon the llililsh Admiralty tr.inport 1'ro monby, laden with fi.Ono tuns of coal The llrouionhy was captured apparently without ililllcultv and sunk. i in January 1.1 also the Hntish ship Author, carrying s.Oim tons of uener.il cargo, was captured by the Moewe and sunk. nn the same day the llrlllsh steamship Trader, also an Adinliall.v liansport, with a c.ugo of il.il'lu tons of sugar, was captured and sunk. On January !' two days later, the Hrltlsh ship Ariadne was captuieii and sunk wuli a iMitii of a, mm tons of wheal. tin the following day the Moevve sighted the Appam. carrjlng s.nini tons of nciier.d cargo and mall ami lit! pas senueis and a clew of 1 rr. men. Jusl bow tin- i a tit ti 1 1- took place the Inscrutable Limit. Herg would not reveal. Itcpotts found their w.i nshoie from the. Appam. however, that tit' vessel was proceeding on her way when she en countered what appeared to he a freighter or merchant vessel Hying the llrlllsh ensign. The ship being of small size no alaim was felt when she drew near When within a compara tively short distance, however, the mer chant ehar.it ler of the approaching ves sel was transformed. Pnlse sides nf canvas wcie ilmppcd, revealing guns. ( opinio siirrendereil. H. v home it was said thai the Appam, discovering her clanger, tiled a single shol. Capt llarilson, however. e iplailicil to-night (hat he gave up to tave his passcngi r and avoid bloodshed. I'nder the guns of the Moewe the prize crew boarded the Appam without lo. slstance and under the command of Lieut. Herg she was made to follow the Herman captor. It was olliclally established in-niKht that the Moewe was a converted cruiser. She had four guns mounted forward and her tumor was arranged on hinges. When In place her guns were hidden ami her sides looked like those nf a harm less merchant steamer. When she met the Appam she lowered her armor and exposed her guns She II red two shots at the Appam, one of which fell on her forward deck and ex ploded, but did no damage The other passed harmlessl) over the Appam's how I, lent. Merge is pinted a a)lng Hint Hie Moewr wniilil not lime tired on the A !! tti only Hie) ohsrrvril nn KnglNIi gunner unroirr Hie nrreiii of Hie gun 1 on Hie llncr' tleelc. Several of the Appam's passengers were military men, one of theni being Lieut. I'ledirlck James, secretary to the Administrator of Nigeria and said to be n relative of liid Deiies. Many of the crew were eciulpped with small aims. I'iiiiii these nppn'eiitly there was no re sistance The ciew were disarmed and coinpelli d to do thilr customary service ifhdiT the eyes of their raptors. ' Herman prisoners who had been brought fiom African suts to be In- trriiid In Kngllrh detention camps war . 1916. CopVrl0ht, 191B, by the Sun APPAM, SEIZED BY RAIDER, A TLA NT I NtV YORK NCWPORT MEWS ah 3 I .. MAOtmAt if CAN Aft Y f octy iyAFRlCA 2-3orx. col 1 DASAHT7 Ar-1ERICN vs-. ' A KOVK, the Hritish,stcnmship Appam. Below, map on which the solid lines indicate the course taken by the Appam from Dakar, Senegambia, to the Canaries, where she was captuieii, and thence ncross the most desolate expanse of the Atlantic to Norfolk, und silo the possible course of the Moewe, her (ierman captor, from Kiel to the Canaries. The- dotted line shows the course to Plymouth, wliere the Appam was bound. released to stand hj their triumphant count r nn ii Lie.ut. Heig ailnoiied that the subse quent voyage of the; Appam w.is peace- , fill and w ihnut iiichleni The men were kept below deck- for the most part, al thong!, before tl.e vi s.,. I tcachul heie , tti-daj lhe were allowed ccit.iiu liber tie" The il-nn.in (nize trev, n is said, foitllleU their authority With mines and b mios jil, o ed lit low decks in vital parts' of the ship xx lilt they tn"v tlcneil te ex plode at the least show of mutiny on ; the part of the capture n ciew or pa-' si ngers This method of inducing peace, was (.viilenllv most effective, lor not a hand was i.ttud in revolt during thnl Journey from y-mewheie in the vicinity! of the f.inar Winds ui.'. the ship dropp. d anchor off old Point Comfort WILSON'S CAR NEARLY . KILLS FIVE CHILDREN Pri'sitlcnl llnrrnrslnrUrii .MilitiniiH'ii Mrair TIhmh I'roin I'ihIit WIhm'Is. Ih.s Moinis. In.. I'eb. 1 Pive school children narrowly escaped being crushed by President Wilson's private car while he was delivering a short rear platfoim speeih here this afternoon 1 liuiilreils of persons were ni.is.srd around the car In the llltln etuiosute at the Hock Island station to heir the President and to get a glimpse of Mis. Wilson. Twoseore blight faced school children weie holding on t" the pint form peering up at them. Through some mistake lu signalling or a false innxe of the engineer the President's tialn backed several feet hef slaC'Mg The President, In the midst "f a sememe, saw live of the children thrown under the car. Iloiror stricken, lie leaned over the car railing, calling nut an order that the car be stoppetl. It seemed as If the children weie cer tain of being killed. Militiamen who had tried unavalllngly to keep the crowd back r-ticcceitcd In 'pillling the t hlldren from under the wheels before It was too late In an Instant the direction of the tram was reversed und all of tho chil dren weie out of danger. Mr. Wilson was visibly shaken by the suspense. AM SINKING. SAYS SOS. A merlfiiii Mtnnicr Hum .liipiuicnc. Then Stnndu II?. Hosl'o.s, Feb. 1.- Wireless messages picked up here to-night Indicate that thn j Japanese steamship Tokushlma Mam, owned by the Osaka Meicanlllc Company and bound Inun New Voik for Vladl- ' vostnli, was In collision to-night near I Virgin Hevk, orr Cape Hace, wilh thn Silver Shell, an American vessel. She was sinking when last In aid tiom, Tho Japanese vessel loft New York lust Fri day and Is said to have been laileu with war munitions. A message regarding the accident was lelnved ashoie by a slvamei signing her wireless W I. A. The S O S call said. "Am sinking, come and save me." signed J. T, I. This Is the slgnutuio of thn Tokushlma Main. The collision oc ciltreil in latitude 43:46, longitude C : .1 7. Other messages relayed ashore Indicated Hint tho American craft responded to thn call foi help and was getting out her lifeboats, , Another report sas that the Injured ship ma) he the T.ikata Maru. I ti ,11a it lllver Oraniet, 14,30: ilmpe Fruit, IH. 00 per hat, tlrlivrritd. Hotel IndUa lllver Co , ItockUc), ri Atr. 1 I ' it L H 1'rMinp nml l'ublhhinn As,oclaHon. A GERMAN CAPTIVE t V.. ... ' iL'1 C I II SS It Wh the prizo was not taken to Ma deira or some tie.ucr neutral poit is more or less ot an enigma to the Iut nuthoiltes ar Norfolk. Por this then was sai, I ' i I., a ie.is,,n .trying since the otitliie.it, of he wai. Hul Ihe u.tturt Of tt W.lh i ve.tled. Th.. Ant am was mole in follow pn Moewe n Hie mot tilt, g nf January 17 tlio Her-uan rn.der s'ghted t'i. cMui MaeT.U isn. an Australian fr. .flit. i. with a e-'iier.i! i ii'go eif 1". i tons. T'i" Appam was several inllisaxvay when Hie Ionian ship 1m, re tlow n upoo thu Aus tralian v.sel and commanded her to tial' P 'i th tl'st time in this adven lurous oage of tin- Mnewe. so far as .t has l-'eii t..iil, si,. me' vtith resistance. The Ma. Tav isli answered the warn ing h.v ooe: n tire and a llcl.t i n-ued T!ie oi.e s,!.. Ine-s. nf tie' . ..' t!: t TO HELP CURRENCY, IS CARRANZA'S AIM Kan ,m I'nnMuni'is Owiiin-r I'l'dpi'i'tv ()n Tciiiiir.irv. Mixti'o Pitt. F. b 1 Xtlm-iei o' Justice llocille P.-iin I.i gave out the following stale if lit lo.d iv rig tiding Hen. ( 'a i ratuc.t s cln ulai of .lanu.tr I." forbnldi.ig foreigners to aoiilire plop cm in the rcpuhl.c The pronounce, nent sa.s: "The Ftist Chief, taking Into consideration diverse at ldcut.il tiiciini-taiiccs which 1 will enumerate, has dictated, with very good Judgment, that foreigncs, without ex ception whatever, may not ii'ipilie prop e"tj In tho lepulilic. the reasoiiH Imltig as billows: Otn paper mone, which is mil ciiriein circulating t'lioughout the count r, has depict inti it ei much owing to unavoidable economic laws and aillllcial and i opt ehensili!,, proceedings hv thousands of speculators r. lit live and act umulatc wealth bj luimodciaio anil lmiisii.il tralhc in the eurreiicj of the nation. "Ilvcnls which have tli"l in l-etl our coiintix for live .veils hive bioiighi suf fering upon th" uicttct (nit of Mexi cans, miners ot ical estatt, and more especially owners of uiral properties, ate tln.inclal) luissed. and In in.in.v ciscs in desperate strolls, .in. I therefore havi to dlsiose of theit propiities III older to meel ohllgation.e Now, sun ' poisons holding leal luilinsic values ale uiostl.v foreigners, who tlisposc of inoiie.v fiom their own countries which they oonveit Into our currency at gnat advantage, since for t el.tttx t lj Ini-iguilic.iht sums they acquire a glciit amnlliil of the Lit -ter, II is natural that such Mcxhans as are lu bad straits go in them who luxe inonej for tliniliti.ll opeiatlnns. "It Is to be siipposi d, on ihe other hand, that speculators Inien st,., in acquir ing the cuiicncy of the Administration lit the lowest possible prlt c to Invest the same In leal estate, which they can get for a song, are am hots of rumors which are false and only b.isnl upon selfishness, having lor their object th" constant and u 1 1 J 1 1 -1 1 1 1 c I dcpiei i.ition of our inonev. "Another riasoii lor the pmlnliltlon Is that the Hovcrninciil Is trving to pic. vent Mexicans who have Inclined to sponsllillltles from pulling aside their decadent patriotism In favor of pi rsonal Interests and i mc ovtr llnor proper ties 111 lOleiglH i s "When once Mexican values ire nor mally fixed, a I ate of exchange being established nml monctarj problems Wing solved, forclgneis again will be at lib erty to acquire all kliuli of piopcrtj Itj th republic." Si ' ' 'nnnMMiai P LV M 0 U T THE WEATHER FORECAST. 'Partly cloudy and colder to-day; to morrow, fair. i client femnerature Detailed weather, m.i.ll :i EM told In the result I'lftecn men wete I h.lled on the MncT.tvish, The Moewe ' ame ihinugh the tight unscathed, i The Austiallan vessel was aimed. 1 some my with one, others r.iy witli ) two guns, hut they were evidently ot to i I small a calibre to match the armament of the Moe.ve. When the Appam, which I had been ten miles in the rear, nunc up the MiicTavish bad been suirk nml I ! the Herman ralihr was pit king up the surviving members of the ciew. I In this rescue work the Appam took n ' hand, picking up four men. three of them i wounded, wiio were among the captured ,011 the English vessel when she put Into port to-day. I'm these wounded Lieut. Herg asked accommodations ashore, nnd they will probably be taken off the ves sel to the Marine Hospital to-morrow. On January 17 the Appam, divested of her single :i Inch gun. which had been mounted on Ihe bow under the command of I.leut. Heig, palled company with thn Moewe, which continued on her itdven- minus way. Wheie her course may llei , (or in wlml waters she mlghl next bo . heat, I f i mil Lieut. Heig was very cartful I not to sat . , The repeated declaration that all these stirring incidents occurred In the v iioiy ,.f the Canary Islands was ob v.oiisl. ieg.inl.il as sulllclentlj vague i in cov.'i w .de distant i's and tu keep the I llritlsh Admiralty guc'sing as to her I wherealiohis. , i The Joinney of the Appam until she j -.noted i he shores eif the Putted States , was made without misadventure and s'ie ran the gantlet of etieinj shipping j vt tboilt be. i g once hailed or iUestlnlied. rnii.iijluiill.v this was accompl. died b" Lleiloc Ihe tmiili routes of travel. On 3Liv cxei.il occasions she sighted merchant squudron which last night was offi Tr,s' . .. t i ... ii i, ! dally reported to have "passed over It wa tl.e intention of Lieut. Herg to v' ' ' 1ie.nl fertile vicl'ilty of New York. The ' the eastern, northeastern and midland fear, however, that 'Hrltlsh i,'fl nilgh' ,.,,untii.s" Hew ciear actoss the north be hovering In the vicinity of the tnoie frequented harbor led him to change his em part of hnglniul, roughly from .nu'-f for the t iiesape ike The shoies v.ll muth to l.iver ' dropping of Hi- u.e can i.nt were sighted on Simoax xll th.n day the Appam j bombs cm six counties ,iud nn as ninny hnveie l ..(T Hie n.rist of Virgin a. feel- localities of (miliary niiportain e, In mg her wax c nitlously. Last night. ultl, darLee....! titrhis. she headed for the I eilidltig, nccoldillg to the (icrmun re- apes at the enti.ince of the Chesapeake, p.ing the llchi'couse In the early inorn intr. before the il trl.ne.ss hoi ll!.ed. l-'redei h'k Seton James, se. retarv' tn the Admit" ip.r of Niger. a and re. ported to be a cousin .if Lord lie.-ies. who married Vivien tionl I. was among those wiio bung over Pi Appam to-dav waxing hands and hats to new-paper men, who made frantic e'i, If inn, I mi 7 it'll 'in. BULGARS THREATEN ' TO DESERT TEUTONS : W ill sv ;i Sim rn t c IVun1 I'iili's .Tlii'v lie) Ixiivjilii, l li'i'pnrt. irei e ,iM,. flfipntrl, 'o Tci Six Ito.Mr. Feh 1 Iteporls ate pici.tleuH here that Hit. liulgarlans threaten a sop. alftte pence unless ih"y are allowed to occupy Ixav.il.i, and meanwhile refu-,. to attack Salouh a and tooperate with thn Ailstnans In the Invasion of AUnlila. It Is lllltlier rumored lll.lt they ate foii fving Sella, despite the assurances i of ihe Austrinus and Hermans that the capital Is not menaced. The Kaiser, according to tbe-e i. 'ports, op his icteiit visit to N'Uli strove lo persuade King Ferdinand to allow the Hulgartau.s to wear Holm in urn. , forms, and was iiidi-mantl.v refused , , the; Kan., whiisanl thai the Hulgarlaus prt f, r. ed i to lixei v . He Milts teri'lliil l.tl ileslics the Itlll g.uiaps aie ilem iinliiiK tlnancil coin-j jieiisa' ton. II is uiitleistooil The.v are said o lie praet icallv lil.ickmailiiig the I xiisti lain, and Heiiuins. who ale gradu ally los'l.i; control over their e III tit fill Halk.m all I . RUSSIAN PREMIER RESIGNS. I t.orcoit Kin ( leil lit , , tnerliier of oinicll oT Piniilre. xKim ruble ltiiirh I n ' s . PlTHOUII.XIi. Feb . .Premier (ioreluv kin has ic-iuiicil on accoimi of health His si ss,,r Is It. V Stuermer, a mem- l.cr ol tile P ic! of the Lmplle. M. cieiicmvliin was nnnieil ns Premier by the Czar for the second lime nn i',,!,. j ril.uy I mil, following the tesign,,. lion in iicinnr ixoKotiod n ,s earlier appointment as Priniicr lie sue. ciedeil Count Witle In lltdil Tin le tiling Premier is Tti yeats old. was Minister of the Interior from IV.i.l un til ixitji, when he was ttlsilaccil at th insllgatinn id Count Wltte, then Min ister of Flnanio, who disagreed, with him mi the iigrailan iiuestlon. M Hoiiinjklu has been ngaided as of icioilon.iry ti uilencie.-. His appolnt ineni to succeed M Hokovtzcirr In l;ii was hailed as a triumph fin the ic.ic. tiouaiv group ( iiiiscrlpllon HIM llnccllie VI up, liNHON, Fell 1 The nnllt.ll'V servl.... I bill, which beiiime a law Wi'h Ihe affix- lug of Ihe King's signature last week,, will become eftectlve on Match accord dig to Ihe .S'lcir IMIiiitin lleerfcinl Kiinn smiimiii. They test llliire- iy Moon tt ml ,.,. wliy Miols at Hi Una. souihborough. Mam. Jib. vesterdav. 61: lowest, to. and marine reports on past" IS. PRICE TWO CENTS. ZEPPELINSGOT TO LIVERPOOL, GERMANS SAY 3IaiK'liestcr and HirUcn liead Also Attaeked. Ts Teuton Claim. SIX COUNTIES SUFFER IX HKUJEST A IK HA ID 51 Killed and 7 Injured in Xijrlit Visit ii!i) noinhs Dropped. FEAR MOliK DAMAGE TO MUNITION WORKS Ri'iti.sli lYess fin mors for Effective Measures Ajraiust Raiders. 29 IN HOUSE WRECKED IN PARIS RAID RESCUED Sprcfat Cnhlt icrvifcA tn Tnr Si. Pints, I'eb, 1 Tweutx -nine ptr lons living in a house which waj wrecked by a bomb dropped by ths Zeppelin In the raid of Saturday night were tesotiod bv the pollen to day. They had been Imprisoned In 0i wreckage slnte Snturda', with all exits blocked. While Imprisoned they were fed by Iiaskeis lowcre-d by ropes. spmal I aUr rjMfr inl'iu SK, LoNtsis-, lcb. l.-The '.eppelln port. Liverpool, nit'kenlii'.id and Man chester. I'lfty-foiir persons' arn said to have been killed and sixty. seven Injured, lu the wolds .if the Urn i-li War ailing of th"liOfl,. el,., s.l.l u "il,.. In, ..we . U , N'o less than i2U bombs vvete elf.ipped. No details were nniioun. e, hero otfl- .... ., ,, . , .1 oidllj. liovvever. the War 1 nfn e slating tiiat c.xitpt at Stalfonlshii e ihe ma teriil tlallliVe tlolli' was slight. Tlio ileim.'in Atlmualty, on the other band, issued the follow lug stall incut, re ceived here hv wireless to-ill. lit: The Admit . ! t v reports that, on .Mmiilav titg.it an airship squadron threw boml.s on I .iv. n I. on the I lit kcnho.nl docks and hotline and factories, on Main heslei . hi I'm blast furnaces at Nottingham and Sheflitid and on the indutril ns t.ibllslimonts mi tho llniiiier imir (licit Yarmouth tin tin lluiniier a battery was sllcnc'tl. Tim airships wen heiii'v -ne'lccl at all places, lint vvtic inc Ii ' Ml ictiitiicd safely. Th" lliuish War rilfi. c i- . ,1 . irly tii-inglit th" follow lug si.i'. no ii. . Yesterday's raid via- the luggest -et. Two liilllill'cd ami iwenlv Imuil'i weqe ilioppi'il on N'oiioll, Siiifolk, I allcillllsllll o, l.eli'este Isliilc. Stlf folib bile and I e b.vluri I ).x i pi at Stnffordshilc the uiaiii,,' damage, w is incoiisiili'i.ibli', J'jo llooilis irtiiieil, .-. I Ivilh'il. Several hours later the Io.,w.in siiiperiiiiil.ir,v .ucoillll was i--ucil: Further I'l'liolts nf I ,-t nlghi raid show that tin- ex filing's .m,i. I s t'overcil n mrger uiea H.ili mi any previous occasion. lliHiili" were ilroppiil m Nurfolk, SlUTolk, Lincolnshire, laic esti rshlie, St.ilTiirilshlrc nml I let bv s,u,., ''h,. nuniber of bombs diiqipe.l is ist,. iiialcd al .'Jo ll.x. cpl lit one part ol Slalfiiiil shire tlic m.iti rial iliiimigi tloiie was not innsiderablc. in no t,ie was ,'iuv iiiiliturv d. linage dour. Nn fin titer casualties nic iiporleil The llgillcs remain llflj-fuur kH'cil and sixty-seven Injured. While none of the offi 1 1 st.ilsiueiits issued to-da s.ves the iiii'u.u i of Zej.. pelius that i irti i.,tled in tit,. l,,i, t raid, the squadron I biliend to have colislrtcd of six or rev in ii.ifi. th.n being the number given in jc-tculat ' first War uflim lepoit The fiet to it almost at the sunn time lo'lliuii a s cruisers appeatnl over Pins . com. nieuteil IM'on heii' as liuli. ttiog that HirmauN's prep.iraUups lor in,. ,,.,.,. hcrililed aiii.il oie.itions on a I n .u scale ale iiiniplctcil 'lr lfiiel. tin l.i i ernoiil, Not mil), was hUgest as i.ar.l the Zeiiins, lull 1H to I"' belevil estei il.it . ii, Hie a e.i i.iv,. , , In. if tin I Ii He ih 1 1 p, i 1 t P W .1 - ,ll- . I -t ol ami I arn, ' . , l. time I'M! I. He,. xx In. tt means lo Hi- i what llobokiu me in, were lioinb ti'dcil Tin e it la i it t t lo . w V" ., all o i, otJ M ,,) Chester and the othei 1 1 t 1 1 r I'nlus- trial localities, as ' reiii tt d bv Heii n, equally unpri cetlepted. The rild Is token as the forerunner of an exleti m.