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Mrs. Carman Praises Five Jurors Who Are to Try Her CaM
riNAi J. EDITION Mf mam. n3L "Circulation lUmkn Own to Ml." I "Clrnitiititm Hook Open to All." 18 PAGES PRICE ONi; CENT. frtHlht, IHI6, II Cm 'Mtt.l, Ik, I Mm lui iM NEW YORK. MONDAY, MAY 3, HUT) PRICE ONE CENT. UNITED STATES CALLS ON GERMANY TO EXPLAIN ATTACK ON WHITMAN Til HMI1 'HFAPINCQ IIS. CARMAN IS iiiiiimnn iu mulu iiuniiiiiuu TO LEARN IF THE $64,000,000. VOItO IS REALLY KM Evening World's Campaign Succeeds; Heads of All State Departments Will Be Publicly Quizzed Martin (K,tcl:U SUIT Correspondent Al.IIANY, Muy J. - The continuous World to establish to tho but infliction of (5ov. Wliltinm and thu taxpayers of thn Slate tlmt tin- $.;1,u(iu,uuii appropriation for tho next fiscal year carrying a JSO.uno.unu direct tux, is unnecessary, lus borno blossoms, If not fruit. Today tin Governor announced that ho will hold a acriej of open hearings on the Appropriation Hills bcglnnlni; May 11. The plan an outlined contemplates that tho Governor shf-,11 bo in coin pleto cliarrje of the procicdlnss. Heuds or tho various Slato Departments re to be summoned beforo lilin and nucstlonod by him ns to what thoy Intend to do with thn money tlmt has been voted them by the Legislature. Taxpayer will also l.c permitted to not directly. They may unbuilt their put them If he thinks tay should be An open srs-don hetw the Gov-i rrnor and heads or departments over an approprlallnu hill Is wild to bo an innovation In State Government. Un doubtedly theic will be a large dele gation of taxpayers on band not only from New York City but from thu fitato at larpe, for somo 10.000,000 ot tho direct tax burden will fall on tho Stato nbovo thu Jlronx. In the hearings to bo held by tho Governor the following unnecessary appropriation lt nis will probably bo dlscussod at length. In tho Hxclso Pepartmont tho ap propriation for Kpeelal nsents shows an Incrcaso of fIS.OOO over last year. Tho exouso Is that tho Incomo of the htato from liquor llccnsos Is to bo increased J4.5U0.OOO by tho new tax. Hut special agents do not collect tho xclfcn feci. Tho revuniios from ox elso aro collocted by County Treasur ers In ull counties except those con tained cities of tho ilr.it or socond class. In tho latter class of counties the feoa aro collected by DopiUy Kx clso Commissioners who aro reim bursed out of another appropriation. WILL REQUIRE MORE MONEY TO WATCH FEWER 8ALOON8. Special a Rents aro gumshoo men who travel around, looking for excise rlolutlons. It Is admitted that thn in crease ot 25 per cent. In tho license lee will put hundreds of saloons out of liuslness. Thorcforo thero will bo fower k&loona to watch. Hence there should be fewer special agents. Then, why an Increase of :8,000 In this fund7 A. whopping big Item on the salary grab order Is tho appropriation of 1416.000 for tho maintenance of four teen Statu hospitals, lloforo the Leg tslaturo and tho Governor decnpltatod Coramlsslonor of Klllclency and Econ- (Continued on Fourth Page.) LEXINGTON RESULTS. VllT l(AI--.Pnr.. Sinn. fr tl.r-A. virVl.l. iipwura; M ti.g.-lllrki.. io; (W Warrliigtmi), first;! Atmee Leslie. ::, (I.apalll.il. second; ltequlram, 12 tW Lilly), third. Time I -I.HJ-i .a. us ivn.ier. in. in i.eni, rue nlen and Ye. nnv aUo ran. i: in u t u 1 1 m inlil. in Kit. sirmgiu iiu.ihi, Vlsce, $ri.,(i, show -''I; Alll.ee l,eUo. ,n iif.i.. i.'i ift, n, (.iii.uiii 'r"'..' .V1 1 1 Show 2.i;n, Si:C()NU IJACI. I'lirjie 1100. (nr tun- urn, l.ioruwuoil, inif i--liiri, sec- o.idt lnnovutlon. In'i (i;. Mirth.), third. Time. S6 !-5. Dullvnr. Alctl.od. Ilrown Velvet. Llttlo in-tehen. TI.elm.i. Murle, Inveftment. Ann .Scott, l'aniinstr alao ran, 5- mutiiuU paid. Msry II, strnigl.t SO.cn, place II. 00, show S.l.fiO; Thornwood, place JU.tu, show Sin.lO; llinovatlon, show $7.90. The Uurlil IrmH HurMi, Arurir. l-uUiu-r iWerlJI HuiMitc, M to l-jtfc liis, N. X CI .v. Tick! Offii-o lui All C.ia.twi Ilrnnivla, Cs tfl ana Kntt-i Amrrlian nmmhli linvr. Trair. )W ctircks lul lisn,f uvCtt Itir tt Tllhalu saI ftutmotllni fer hlrr. fla-ci riNin. fi liau K it) tur-rlt or-n dij lud ia.'Sl, Tcltfibufii Btakaua 4O00, JWtt, Green. of Tho I. veiling World.) and kindly iftortii or The KvenlUK ' qm-stlon hends of departmentH. but questions to tho Governor who will put. . Baseball To -Day NATIONAL LEAGUE. ...... . AT PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK 0 0 0 0 PHILADELPHIA 10 0 1 - HatterlKM Kromino Chalmers and Hums. and Moyers; n AT BROOKLYN. DOSTON- ooooo BROOKLYN 0 0 0 0 1 Hntterles - Uudnlnh iiud Gowdy; Dell nnd Miller. AMERICAN LEAGUE, AT NEW YORK. ATHLETICS 0 0 1 HIGHLANDERS 1 0 .1 Flatteries Hush and Sehang; er nnd Sweeney. FE0ERAL LEAGUE. Fish. AT BROOKLYN. KIUST CAJIK. PITTSBURGII- 0201 J 0000 BROOKFEDS Oiooooooo i HatterUvt- Hearn and Ilenv: I'tiham and Land, t'mplrex- Mcf'ornitck am h j (WUr.ihan. PIMLIC0 WINNERS. ItAfl'l THAI'K. PIMLK'O. Mtl , Mnv 3 The results ot to-dii s lae.'s me ns ?n...... ItAf'IJ Foi two-,,-,,, .,,,.. four furlongs -Heorg- Sn 111.. H- (McCahey). .r.ilght. S2.10; ,,,,ee. K in. out to shun Sase... mi (Huxton). pi ice. 5: 1U; out in snow. riuu.o,e, - A uuiro.ie . , itm io sik.w I line o .. ailt'O.M) ll.W'i: -.selling, stei-ple ,..,.,.: font- ear-olds mil upwind: two ,, ........ .. ...1...... miles liMiill, ' l llll,lll l, ii.i.L-ht. It. v.. place, s.l ID: show. M l. i ,11 il , .,,.. i.l,,, . .,, Senegiiinlilan. l-'ii-nr.ll. Wo sldile i.Im r"JU.i.,,i, i,,,-,,- and upward:' lx furlong. Itimes. ion (MetruU). straight JlKl. place f-s i, .oUKur. Tlio bli.o eha,loa and thu 1 XN Osborne w..b not mentioned, haf show $ii."0, I rst; Andrew, 12.1 (Me-1 , , . ; ford slid. He dined with Simla that Cnhey). place us hnw KM", second: ! woai-y lines had, for tile limn llt j ror.i s im. ne uim w mi nuuiii i it i rrotertor, ju" t rurnei). uow J-.i'i. Time 1.13. True as Sle. I. -Madge's k'l,. w. t,,..,.t,j l.lj,. ...I,, VDCIiTH ItACK-IVi' iwo.'ye.ir.oldn: (Tapimi MH.lghl I j'tw" idm-i $-50 show. $:'l'i, fl.st; Anit'i..' pt'i i.Meieol'r); I'.1'";" C''".w "'.'.'.'V.V .!,i,M," Water, Pi!i I A inhro. I . Iiow ti I", ihhd. Tlinti 0 IS I-,", .t-einper stidwatt. School foi Uvunddl ulso ran. . omiT m i a 1 1 ao starts lusiue UeftiM.' to Allow Her Id (io lluiiie UiiJer the S25,HJ Bail. HI VI: JUKOKS CHOSEN. "They Look Good to Me," Snys I Petulant Panel Quickly IixhaibttI. (Special from Staff Correspondent of The Evening World.) CO CUT MOt'Si:. MINHOLA, 1 4. I.. Ma . At the clo.c of the first day of her second tiliil on th" charge f killing Mw Lulu 11. Halloy of Hemp. stead, Mr?. Florence Carman, wife of Dr. l'dwln Carman of l'rccport, was. sent to the county Jail for thn night Mn. Cnrmun v. Ill spend In tho Jull nil the time during the trial when her presence is not required in the 1 eourt room. Her attorneys had hoped I,,,,, shr till rtit be allowed to go to hr home with the continuance of the tSK.nOO ball under whleh she linn been at liberty. i The (mho was adjourned thU after- ' noon because Hi" panel of thlrty-M talesmen called for tlm day had been ' cxhaii!ted. Only live Jurors bad been (ibtalneil from them. Many of the Inlettnien declared that they had ' formed opinions In the ease. A second i panel will be on hand to-morrow. i As Mrs. Carman passed from tho court room to the Jail she .Maid: '"Hie jury fn far looks good to me." A the opening ot the morning ses sion District-Attorney Smith asked if the Jury were to he kept together un der guard during th trial. Why?" asked the Judge. "Why not luck up you and inelf and Mr. Smith?" Mr. Smith made no answer, but at recent the Justice had court yllleers go to lunch with the three Jurors then ohosen, nnd .irruiigi'incnt were made t.i keep tho jurymen together through out the trial, which may last for a week or ten days. Tho tirst Juror, and therefore the man who will bo the foreman of the Jury, was selected at 11.05 o'clock. Hu is I'ctcr llohrback, tho village clerk of Sea CHIT. Mr. Holuback Is mar ried. Uy tho order of Justice IHnckmar, Sheriff Stephen I'ettlt mado arrange ments to supples thu scandal of an audience winch would make an enter, lalrunoit of the gravo procedure. Deputies em stationed at the foot of thn two oliculur stalruaa ami no one was allowed to go up to thu court ' room floor without showing a sub- piierm or other legitimate ica.soiih for being thero. Forty automobll'js A'ern parked In ,.-out of tho i oiirihuii'-u lawn Of all I ,1... ,.,,inen win, cainu ill them onlv "Olieu !" o nivoi "Illy, till ce go. ...to the Courtroom. DEFENDANT LOOKS BETTER a m at Tact -tdia. THAN AT LAST TRIAL, r. I'armnn. 1k has I.Cfl. on bail Sill.'.; I IV) last I.'. .1 w i earlv in her' a.,,.,,, ,,' i ,1,1-sliuuldeied and o litis .and. who sat ! nl ico with lir r m i .. I, li iii.Uniiii, ' "l,","v U.llldsoino la I h,, iln.,i. ..nrtilni.- i . r- -. I in ... . I 'ii h'-altn III. ill U tho firU trial. I 'Hn-io as culur ... l.-r cHeekt. which mado her s-in i. to yua i 3 i least, dlsappearod irun her finely c.l)t9Ll.() t'tiUlliet dim sat with her hands ei-nssed and her ankles ernssiid H""lng forwal'.l with u polllo intcieat in the pi uceodlng.s as though she wei u utumllug the trial u., u deltgat.i to u lvh ' 1 . . I (Coutluutd uu tecuud I'ao.) British BattleHhip Irresistible Sinking After Fight on March 18 in Dardanelles (I if sinkino or- SAFFORD REPEATS Once More Declares on Staiul That Lawyer Visited Motel as "Oliver." Franklin P. SalTord realllrmed to. day hi iilentlllcatlnu of James W. Osborne as the man who, on Oct. IS last, took Itae Tan.er to the Hotel Kensington. In I'lainlleld. N. J. Saf ford Is on trial in tho (Tnltcd States District Court, charged with commit ting perjury In swearing Jamca W. Osborne Is the man. He testified that since iicnnug .nr. ooruu ic.siiiy in this trial and observing his manner- Isms and the movements of his lips lu court ho is surer than oxer Usburne in the man. Cross examination did not involve Safford in any ,,r than minor .,,. tradlcltions. Ho did admit ho had left tour emplojors short In his :tc counts In one case tl.'JOO and In an- .,inwn N.,nl , ,a ,.,m, other an unknown sum male Md by his boiidsiuen-but ho deelaroj ho would repay thn shortago w hen ho c,,uld Salfo.-l admllt.-l bor.ow.ng money " irniu 1'itvui ntiiii1, iiiMi iui imw . , . " ' '" - I 1 exi tisea in coming to New Yolk lo t.-stlfv. , , , , . . tr . i- - 'ol'' ''v,,' dolall of the long automo. I. ile Journey to New York, with every , for "f" '7' V ,,V"ry tune ho drank a highball, which wui They got into .V w York nt 1 A. M. He slept at lailc a homo U! rest of tho night. The Itao Tanxcr caso against James 11 '"""t ni.-k mi mn" , niaou.-, ' m""" -l,ul oa,,lu ,l0"'" wllh mm n"xl morning to tho I"edeiul Hlllldlllg and ! "cut to CuilllllUsiolU-f I loughn's of. ' lll;e- " I a gentleman there." Safford . I (Coiitluuud ou bcuud i'ag,) I, - T I U W 'tlirT I , in i . - : r-iri ii iTi -- - - m z-- i 1 DENTIFICATION OF JAMES W. OSBORNE EXPIRES ON STREET I rilottiKMl'll to Alli.i- II III. i UU ) JOSEPH A. GOULDEN, CONGRESS MEMBER, New York Statesman Stricken in Philadelphia Ueturninj; I I-ime 1-roiii Maryland. 'sivn' t i'lh" Kifii l it W ipII 1 l'IIII.AIU:i.l'IIIA. Mav H. - A mm Identified as Congressman Joseph ,. Coiilden of Niuv York droppeil dead this afternoon nt the corner of Fif teenth and Market Slieeis. A lag on the valise which he was earning Imre the Inseilptlon "lion. J. A. Gouhleii. House (lf I'.epi e.nntatl ej., Washington." The dead man corresponds to a tel. eiuionea iicvripunn or I ongreosman . Gouldeu received from New York. .Mr. Go'ilden had bien In Maryland on 1iusineF.s and wan mi ins wav home when stricken. , Cimgre.-hiuin (iouldeu was liorn In ZTaZ SVi. v;s, twih state manager of lh I'ennsv h ania Itefm miturj Irom UHl ,,,1S ""'I """! """r tame to New ' ami engaged i, the lusurauco lMlPMJI Ml. ,,,ls ,,,,,, S(,h,Hl, .Commissioner muti I S'.'.l to IKHs and was seeietarv of ihe eoiiiinlsslnn that 1 tin-end tin- S'ddin- and Sallois" - M,;,,,,u";: i;1' , "'r''".".1" "r!V"- Ml. I tiitl (Il'll. U till W iH .1 I )iHinnioi t Was in lit,. It, itl . iilYiii,..! ritt.f ..r . V . ' " M, ' ' a .1, ,!! l ; r; ''f '".1. 1 1 "as elect. si t. . I o-lgresH n 1 1)0 1 and has served ,h"r'' 'i.nKiinnusI l",e 'hen. lie was a i-.inu.ii.ne on ine i lenn.er HI ticket for I'nsldint of the llmr-l of Akin in-n a- Hie lis- i.iuu.. ,p.,' el,,. Km, lit was def. tie, ' M- ;......leV l, sk otllee w-.i.s a. I of. Hi o niw .. II- I.M d ( V-i :.; i ' t .".,.. ,' 1 1, in I. tlH limn. HERZ0G AND UMPIRE FINED. 'I l.i'j r.acl.nime.l Wiillnpi. In ( In- t-li.nall-st, latuU in Sfi InrilH)', ST I.OCI.-t. Mnv 1 -Nlaniger ller.ng of the Cm Innati Ni,ilnn:,l nnd 1,'mplro Klulrr of t!i- .Nftttoiul League, were j e-arh lined !.' ,nd costs .,. Lol rrt '"-day Ughting nt the St UiuU- Cincinnati name Katiuday Tim tliit-s were fcniltu-d on p..) inent of nifli ' Neltlni llvuut nul Itlului uppuurvd III court. AMERICAN GERMANS REPORT ! A GREAT VICTORY ( Russians Driven Hack With Biv? Losses in (jiilicia. De clares Berlin. IICIll. IN. Ma l.olnlnn, May 2 (Asso ciated 1'resM. An ituposlng victor) of Austrian arms over tho Russian forces In Western tlallela was an nounced lo-da) by the Gi-rmau War Office. It is said the Austrian, In the i presence of I , ,( (f)f Ari. ' ' of their Commander-Ill- liike I'rtderlrk, "pi-rcei and everywherti eriishtsl" the entile lluss:iii line. The teM of thn teport sn)s "In the -nesenee of tho Austrian Commander. In Chief. Field Marshal Archduke Frederick, and under the leadersli.p of Gen.'CoI, von Mackcn m n. the allied troops jesterday. aflit bitter lighting, pierced everywhere) and ntiished th" eutlte tlusslan front In West Galicla from the neighbor. hood of the Hungarian frontier to the Junction of the Dum.Jcc Itlver with the Vistula. "Such of the enemy as sueeeedud In eseiping are lu hasty n-triat tuuatd the ,.st. closely pursued by the allied troops. The trophies of the victory cannot yet even be approximately es timated." "During the flintier pursuit of tho Itussiana who weio fleeing in the di rection of Hlra, we yesterday rap tured four cannon and four machli.u guns We also to k I, M0 prlsoneitt south of Milan so thai thu total number of prisoners was Increased to 3,200. "The Hussion attacks southeast of Kalwarya failed with heavy losses to tho enemy. Tho Itusslans were drlv in buck across tho Skealgna. They left 330 prisoners In our hands. "Northeast of Sklerniewice the IliiHslaus also sulfered a heavy de feat In which they lost a gieat num ber In killed and loo men taken pris oner." ,. FOR AUSTRIANS SIX MORE SHIPS SUNK; j ! FOUR WERE NEUTRAL; 1 THE CREWS RESCUED Four Lives and $1,000,000 'Lost on the Oil Ship Gulflight Which Was Torpedoed Explanation of Crush ing Incident Is Demanded. GERMAN AMBASSADOR REFUSES TO TALK OF CASE WASHINGTON, M.i 1. So;rcl.ir Uryan announced late ttxlty "J that he uould iibtrnct mKi!;idor (icrard to inquire of the Germa ) Oovcrnnic'iit for the tach in couiicYtinii with the torpeJolngNof the' Aniercian Cliilflit;ht ly a Cjcriiian Mthntarine. Ihe German I-mluvsy, usually prompt to defend acts of the Kaiser's land or e:i lorce, ileelined comment or expla.ution concerning the Ixjinhardiiit,' ot the American steaimhip CnMiing by a German aviator near the Dutch coast last Thursday or the torpedoing of the American tanker Gultliglit, with the loss ol lour lives, olf the Scilly Isles late Saturday The Stale Department instructed Ambassador Gerard, at Berlin, to advise the German Foreign Gflice of the attack on the dishing. Min ister Van Dyke, at The Hague, was called on to get all possible details ' Horn the consul at Rotterdam. 1 The tlrst olllclul teport of the sink ing of tho (iiillllgbt leached the State Depattinent to-day In an undated dlspalcli from Consul Joseph H. Ste. phons at Plymouth, KiiKlaftd. Consul Stephens'n uics.mc follows: "American tank sit.iiuei (iul lllght torpedoed ofl Sicily Isl ands la.'.l S.ilunl.iN. Captain died of heart failure. Hodv land ed. Two of crew drowned, thirty-foui saed. Vessel afloat, pa llid boats attempting to tow her Into Hciliy." l-'oiir persons aie now said to have lost their lives as a result of tho linking of the C.uirilght. To tho first Hit. which Included hur captain and two of thn crow, la now added the name of a passonger l'llx Hysmans, who leaped uvurboard and u drowned. The other victims were Capt. Alfred :iiintcr of llayonuc, Charles C. Short Four Neutral Ships Torpedoed And Sunk in the North Sea ,,,,M)ON Mll 3.,-ollr neutral ships and tw ltrltlsli 'rawters were lo.da) reported to have been torpe doed by the Germans. Three of the torpedoed ships were Norwegian- the America, llahluin and l-illa, whirh were sunk in tho North See Nine torpedoes were sent I Into the llaldwlu Her crew of seen- leen escaped. The steamer America m of a,S30 tons burden and 'vas owned by tho Aktli-s Norgi .Mexico Gulf Compiny of Chiistlaula. The L.lla was of 7SJ tons burden and was nuiuil by W. II msen of llergen. The llaldwlu was ,.f 1.130 tons and owned by Actlcs Det S,I merske ltoders of Trndjen. The other vessel torpedoed and sunk was the Swedish steamor l.lllila, tlm-i.er-laden, from Itelsingborw for Hull. Shu was also sunk in tho North Sea. She went to the mottoiu in losa than three mtnules. Tho sixteen men and threo women an board tho vessel baroly had time lo muko thoir escapo In ono ot the small boats. After cruising about for two hours they were picked up by SHIP of Chicago, the wireless operator, Ud Hugene Chapanctu of Port Arthur. Tex., a seaman. Capt. Ounter, It I said, died ot heart failure, caused by tho shock. Short wan taken aboard thu Gulflight at New Orleans. April T. This was his first trip u board thn vessel. Ch.ip.inct.-i shipped at Pert Arthur. Including her oftlcors. the Gulflight had thirty-eight men aboard, most of them hailing from dulf ot Mexico ports. Ship and carxo war valued at (1,000,000. Juiucn Kennedy, superintendent of the marine department of tho Gulf ltoflnlng Company, said to-day be was awaiting full particulars of the at tack on the Gulflight before com municating with tho Statu Depart ment. A claim for the loss sustained, in cluding damages for tho Uvea loat, undoubtedly will bo filed with U Statu Department. a Danish schooner and landed at , l""ivlg, Denmark. STOCKHOLM, Sweden. May I (United Press). Swedish ehlpperi have demanded that tho Government protest In tho most vigorous terms the torpedoing of u.e steamer Alllda. Tho Ilerlln Foreign Olllce had prom ised not to molest tho timber trade ot Swctlen, and olllclals declare the sink, lug of tho Allida was u serious breach of faith. Glacials declare the torpedoing was without warning. The Klllda was a steel screw steamer of 1,111 tons. AIIHUDKEN. Scotland, May 3 (As soclated I'ress). Trawlers making rort to-day declaru that a German submarine sunk two trawlers within fifty mllos of Aberdeen Sunday. Tho vessels vink were tho Mercury nnd the Mark lian. Their crows were saved. It would appear as though the ab marlno run amuck among tho Aberdeen fishing fleet, lu addiUon to eadll two to the bottom it chased three ot-nr trawlers for twenty miles. A patrol, boat was then seen approaching, whercup?!) the ut.'iiiartn submerged. 1 1 ,; i- ;:F 4 J.it.E? 1 n.i-.. x.