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ALL WORKING HARD Contestants in Great Journal Courier Free Trip Contest on the Jump for Votes. To the young lady showing tho larg est gain In votes In tho Journal-Courier contest In DlMrlcts 5 anil (I only, from Monday, Juno 22, to Friday, June 26, at B p. m tho Journal-Courier will give away another tine milt Case. Remember, these votes count also In the general content. Now cot buny and send In your subscriptions and get this fine suit, ease, jnt whut you want and need when going on i eh . a trip as the Jnurnai-Courler ..ers. The proverbial beaver could not be moro busy than tihe vote-getters. Their efforts are contagious. All know that It will take ballots to win. and thry know that now Is the time to get. tho ballots; tho time for wait ing an trusting to the goddess of fortune gone. Every one who will win mn.-t guard every channel leading to the ballot box. Organization Is being perfected as the tlmn draws near ajid every Indi cation Is that there will 'be a tremen dous vote. To a camml observer this is more than evident. Already the young , ladles are belrjg prompted by more experienced friends to pull every wire possible. Only after a great effort can the trips to Washington, Philadelphia, .Atlantic City and New York he ob tained, yet the young ladles In the contest are alive to the situation and capable of coping with any feature that arises. An admirable trait Is be ing demonstrated by the contestants and that ia KEEPING AT IT. It be comes more noticeable as the contest progresses. ACTIVITY AND IN'O EN UITY A3 WELL AS POPULARITY ARE THE REQUISITES OK SUC CESS. Another thing that should not be lost sight of In the strife for victory is that in the remaining days it is better to keep near the leader. The contestant who actively adds to her present number of persons in the world, who as the saying goes, "like to be on the band wagon." They like to have it said that they voted for the winner. So will a con testant's vote be affected. The vote getters will be the wearers of the crow is. BK A WfNXER. District No. 2. ..All of Wards Four, Five, Six nnd Hewn, Vote MISS BM'IIL.V HVUKKlt 1SW .10 Aiiluir Kin el. MISS AN XI 10 SII!i;iilS 352 U'0 ItoM'ltO KiWl. MISS 1 1. A. WIIAUON U MiH (Impel Mreel. MISS C I.0I.I.V OVOXXOU 8 Hamilton hi reel. MISS HOSE MURRAY 357 2HH Wlillmo Ml'cel. MISS MAUIOIi liOSIO 3220 "(," Slate mrcr. .MISS ISAUKL KI0I0XAX 5328 till H. .lolm hi reel. MISS lilOKTHA RKRXSTFTX... IH Ljons street. MISS J ION XI 10 (iHAXT 1 1 1 Hamilton hi net. miss Elizabeth lHTEY...;.. 2.H I'liiiiUIn hired. MISS FRANCES J. NORTON... 2" I llmviml avenue. MISS JESSIE THOMI'SOX 5IW (Impel St. MISS AXXIIO ALDERMAN till I'Wnon St. MISS A XX A HEEERNAX , (i05 Fast hi reel. MISS 1I10XUIF.TTA RHOIF.S... 311 ('oluiiiliu.s avenue. 310 43 30 321 25 20 10 NAMES OF THE CANDIDATE In the Great Journal-Courier Freo Trip Contest, nnd the Vote Exhibit. I District No. 1. All of Wards One, Two and Three. Vote ,..1211 ..4038 MISS AVXA McCAKTAN... 15 Sylvan avenue. 3IISS ETHEIi HAZEITIXE. 30 Vernon street. 19 AVaverly street. MSS NELLIE CAXTEV. . . . 0 Oak street. MISSANNA PENNEY 29 Jmlson avenue. MISS NfcXLIE E. I'OST 100 Scranton street. MISS MABEL SCHILLIXO 520 Oak street. MjlSS LAURA E. Tj.VMT'SOX . 101 Sylvnn arenue. , MISS ROSE BERMAX 33 Bronrt street. MISS EVANGELINE McGRAlL 14 Court street. District No. 3. All of wimls Eleven, Twelve, Four, teen mill Fifteen. Vote! MISS KATIIERINE DUGfiAN... 24 81 Haven street. MISS ALICE PERRY 70 278 10xclmnj;e street. MISS XORA 10. ALLEN 30 250 Ferry si reef. MISS EILEEN RR1XLEY. ... .1253 21(1 ( Impel street. MISS ALICE POWERS 17 515 Ferry street. MISS M RfiARET LARKIVS.... 5 07 Haven (street. MISS MILDRED I. CON KLIN. . 17 45 Poplar street. MISS MARr.RFT CLANCEY. .2710 35 Grand avenue. MISS A. II. X ETTLETOX 13 205 English ilveet. MISS AMII.IO XEUMX 1210 Slate street. MISS GERTRUDE GREEN 1 175 Slate street. MISS GERTRUDE PETTIT 458 1325 State street. MISS CLARA BROOKS 10 Cedar Hill Ave. anl Grace St. MISS MABEL GUSTAFSOX 1388 3S2 Grand avenue. MISS CLARA RI SS 12 477 Slate SI. .1733 212 73 177 230 MISS LOUISE BUTLER Seymour, Conn. MISS MABEL O. WOODCOCK . . Highwood, Conn. MISS EDNA E. AUGUR Woodbrldge, O inn. MISS BLAXDIE BASSETT. . . . Mt. Funnel, Conn. MISS AGXES KENNEDY.... Derby, Conn, MISS AXXIE SHEA Ausonln, Conn, MISS LOUISE EARLE Ansonia, Conn. MISS AGNES CONWAY Ansonia, Conn. MISS BESSIE HYDE Shelinn, Conn. MISS HILDA MYERS 4 Sliellnu, Conn, MISS GRACE COLLINS 10 Shelton, Conn, MIS ANNA BRODY 15 Shelton, Conn. MISS NINA WELLS 132 Main St., Southlr.gtou, Conn. MISS MAE BUTLER 1115 Bristol St., Koiilhlnglon. MISS MARGUERITE WELCH. . 6 Sotitliington, Conn. MISS LUCIA L. DEAN .. 5 llmnden, Conn. MISS AMANDA REMINGTON. . 5 llnniden, Conn. MISS CORA HALL... 2 Ha oiden, Conn, District No. 6. Ml ot Orange (Including West Ha ven), Mllford (Including Woodinout), Walllngford, North Haven, East Ha ven, Brnnford (Including Stony Creek and Pino Orchard), Madison, Guilford and Clinton, Vote 12 Through A ShopWmdow The one-pleoe bathing suits that the Crawford-Flummer Co. are selling are wonderfully popular with the women who swim and wear tights Instead of bloomers. They are made princess nnd are mighty pretty, Black taffeta coats have return?d to popularity, but they are trimmed In many elaborate ways with hands of colored satin, while they are decorated round the neck with n lace collar. These, coats are useful, for they are too worm; yet they provide that finish to the costume which is necessary when driving )r autnmoblllng is In order. Coals are sometimes made of gray taf feta nnd lined with pink liberty satin, and the Innovation Is becoming and most attractive, Sometimes, too, they are ifade of satin and lined with a soft pongee, which mnkes them ser viceable and dressy at the same time. 40 .1031 .1008 45 ,.3310 80 ros I550 20 District No. 4. All of wards Eight, Nine, Ten and Thirteen (Wcstville). Votes MISS FANNIE PITTS 42 411 Winchester avenue. MISS CLARA LOWENSrEI.V. ... 2 78 Cnnul street. MISS KATIIFRIXE MAGU1RE. . 27 50 Foote street. MISS MRGRFT E. TOOLE.. 415 (118 New hall Mre.-t. MISS FANNIE DEXXIS..." 70 43 Boors street. MISS FLORENCE G. SHAW 2587 15 West Elm street (Westvllle). MISS JENNIE E. MUSE 18 100 Basset t street. MISS M RGARET WFRTZ H21 43 SprhiKslde avenue. MISS MAY A. GLYNN 41 35 Edwards street. MISS ALICE DOWNS 15 1 Blake Mreei. MISS IILLIXX JOHNSON. 717 Whnlley avenue. MISS BESSIE ROBBINS. . . 7(18 Whalloy Ave. JEWELERS. Wedding Rings. We guarantee our rings to he prop erly made and tho quality they iipp stamped. Our prices ore as low us it Is possible to make them. A largo stock to select from. .1110 MISS RUBY MURRAY. ...... Guilford, Conn. MISS FLORA L. (iOODSELL Xorth Haven, Conn. MISS ANNIE HOLBROOK... Fnt Haven, Conn. MISS BERTHA COY Mlirord, Conn. MISS AXXIE X ETTLETOX. Mllford. Conn. MISS AXXIE TIBBI 805 Mllford. Conn. MISS ELSIE SMITH Mllford. Conn. MISS MAMIE LOCKWOOD .Mllford. Conn. MISS LOTTIE ALLEN Wulllugford, Conn. MISS MAUDE TIGHE. Walllngford, Upon. MISS CELIA WARD Wnlllngford, Conn. MISS ELSIE PIPER Brnnford, Conn. MISS OLIVE ANDREWS Fast Haven. MISS ME L. SHINE 337 Peck Ave,, West Haen MISS SUSIE SIMPSON Mllford, Conn. MISS NELLIE XOYES 5 47 Oak St., West Haven. MISS C OXSTAXCE FIELD ...... 7 15 George street. W. Haven. MISS C. WRIGHT 18 II Fourth street, W. Haven. MISS FAXXIE BEACH 17 Mllford. Conn. MISS IOLET HOFl'M X OS Wnlllncford, Conn. MISS OLIVE VAX HAXFTEX 219 East Haven. MISS THERFSX BFAVHC 1300 East Haven. 17 20 230 211 13 31 237 .2071 41 MYRR TWMX ENTERTAINS. NCMlntlne Wllh Iondon Times Fdlt or for Sule of Connecticut Property. Redding, .Tune ?4 Samuel M. Clem ens (Mark Twain) has at his country ft :plaee her, "Innocence at Home." Rob- lert P. Porter of the London Times, who MISS OLIVE TTOTTOX 41 ',s negotiating for the purchase of 1202 Whnlley avenue. property near that of Mr. Clemens ,ext ween sir. viemens win spend four days in attendance at the Thomas Bailey Aldrlrh memorial In Portland, Me., n company with 'Albert Blgelow Paine, who aVo has a summer home In Redding. District No. 5. All of Soulhlngtnn (Including; Plnntsvllle, Milldalo nnd Marlon; nil of Derby, Ansonia, Seymour and Shel ton, Hnmdon and Cheshire, Votes MISS HELEN JOSLIX 54 Mt. Cnrmel, Conn. Graduation Gifts , are popular and should he something lasting years, as a remembrance of happy days. . BROOCHES, SIGNET RINGS, BUCKLES, VEIL PINS, are fitting souvenirs of tho events. 788 Chapil Street, new haven, ot, Sterling Silver for Weddings of distinctive beauty and assured quality. Designs for every con ceivable purpose and cov ering a wide range of prices. 'Rich pieces for the table, sideboard and dress ing table. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-659 Chapel St. SEX. GORE HAS CLEVR FIELD. Oklahoma City, Okla , June 24. Thomas P. "lore, the blind orator, will have a clear field In his candidacy for re-elertlon to the United States senate. M L. Turner, who had been a candi date atrainst Fenator Oore, announced his withdrawal from the race last nlnht. Blouses suitable for mornlnp; wear are made In very simple style, with stitched plaits and strappings of the material. Carried out entirely In net lace mounted over colored or white silk slips are waists Intended for more dressy occasions. Such a blouse may be trimmed with motifs of heavy laee and hlaek velvet rlhbon. The best au thorities from Paris say that a touch of black Is essential to the fashionable toilet. This necessary touch Is given in all sorts of ways and black rrops out In the 'most unexpected places sometimes on the large picture hat, again at the waist line, or when this is not considered desirable the band on the skirt will show a narrow piping. The vexed question ns to the correct sleeve length has been nnswered at last with no uncertain voice. Sleeves are to be long, so long that not only are. the elbows covered and resell the wrists but the point must fall right over the knuckles and In some In stances there are actually concealed thumb holes In the cults, through h c't the rhombs may be pased In order that they may help to keep the sleeve down to their fullest fxlenl This par ticular vogue adds not a little to the studious suppression of all efforts after display that eharaeterlres.the modes of the season. Yet, curiously enough, the exceedingly quiet aim that Is sought for in the smartest tf smart toilettes Is not, achieved at the cost of any loss of elaborate detail, on the contrary, It h because each Item of the sartorial scheme Is moilc like In Its precision that the whole efTect Is so subdued. The wave of color In which femlnlnl ty Is Just now engulfed hns not left untouched the separate thin waist. Some of the prettiest of this season's models show well applied touches of color. Colored embroidery. English eye let nnd variously slued dots being moat popular, ornament waists of handker chief linen In a way satisfying to th-1 eye Copenhagen Hue Is perhaps the color par excellence for embellishing white waists, but a dull roe pink and subdued violet are alsn very good. Col ored embroidery Is often combined with lace insertion, Cluny Insertion and em broidery designs worked In highly mer- rerlzed cotton being a combination much seen. But not alone In emhrold erv Is the inevitable "touch of color" used. Minute neck bows of vividly col ored satin are attached to the base of the honed collar In front and little bows of color are strewn about, on the more lacy waists, apparently careless ly, but In reality with carerni design. Very often the color of the hat trim ming Is repented In this way. obitdarTItes. nnoHHBBHHnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnn BMALLEY(2 ne Mc&tZn.'" W-MALLEY(- 5 93Re A Thompson H Shop w .Untrrinr DprnratnrH The Shop employs thor oughly skilled mechanics as well as artists for each branch of its work. Our workmen are skill ful as well as thoughtful & execute their work without unnecessary litter & with little inconvenience to the household. ; I Mor proof that Lydla E. IMnk ham's efretnbleCompoiind Haves woman from surgical operations. Mrs. S. A. Williams, of Gardiner, Maine, writes: " I was a great sufferer from female troubles, and Lydis E. Plnlcham's Veg-o-table Compound restored me to health in three months, after my physician declared that an operation was absO' lutcly necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling of 154 Cloy bourne Ave., Ohieniro, 111., writes : "I suffered from female troubles, a tumor and much Inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life. LydiaK. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound entirely cured mo without an operation." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousa nds of women who ha ve been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear-in-down feeling, flatulency, indices tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkhnm invites all sick women to write her for advice. She lias guided thousands to health. Addrcas, Lynn, Mass. Cnplnln Rmckwny. ' Capt. Kbenejer Proekway, one of the best known captains along the Connecticut, river, died at. his home In Hadlyme Tuesday afternoon, aged 69 years. LA bout two months ago be was stricken with pnralysls which affected the right side of his body. Captain Crockway, up to a. little more than 2n years ago, had followed the water since lie was 15 years of age, at. first going to sea on one of the largest Tacker line sailing ships. Whan he left, the liners he had risen to the post of second mate. After that lie becnnie engaged In the New England coast line trade. For a number of years he was captain of the schooner Pnm Waller, During his activity In the enaset trade he was also on several other vessels, among them bring the Helen Augusta. Extra-Measure Money -Savings In June Muslin Wear. TT7 made a special trip to the Muslin Under yy wear market for you lately. The result comes f v In these selected croups of daintily made gar ments, fresh, up-to-date styles in regular full sizes and of course bought to sell at greatly under usual Muslin Underwear prices. Every lot will be upon a special table in the Muslin Underwear Section. No big quantities of anything. Women's Gowns, worth $1.50, At $1.00 Something like IS different styles in Women's fine Gowns in this lot. All $1.50 values. Just see them. Some come In slip-over effects with square or round necks ana lace edging and beading trimming ; -oiher hieh-neck nd V-neck cowns with embroidery insertion . rlmmins. Repulir $1. SO values. This Sl Price n n H n n n n n n n n u n n n n n n n n n n n n a 0 n n H n H n n n n 0 q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good Corset Covers 25c. A number of pretty styles at this price. Full and light fitting effects, lace Insertion tnd embroidery trimmel, blind embroidery yoke wllh dainty edge snd besding. Other styles with two rows lnserton across Iront. These covers are all cut good snd full. They sre good values for so lC small a price. This Sale Price only mm $2.50 Gowns at $1.47. Twenty-eight beautiful styles, many of them ust received. Of fine English Nainsook, long cloth and soft French Cambrics. High and low neck, round, square and "V" shaped. Slip-over and button styles trimmed with the daintiest of laces and em broideries. Also combination embroidery and lace medallion effects. Short, long, kimono and new puff sleeve, edged with attract ive patterns Isce and embroidery. uiucry iuiu mtc 5 1.47 Women's Gowns 69c. Gowns of fine Nainsook and Cambric the usual dollar quality. High neck, open front, slip-over sty'es. Embtoidety and nicked yokes, f C short a nd long sleeves, good length, nMO wide hems. Tfcli sale price only ' Women's Drawers 59c. A lot of Women's Drawers worth up to 75c for 59c. Combric, Long Cloth and Nainsook, trimmed with very attractive laces, em- broideries and hemstitched tucks. ts 59c Women's Drawers 25c. Good Cambric Drawers worth 39c at 25c. They are cut good and full and finished with i lull ruffie of hemstitched cambric. Reg- Xf lar selling price would be 33c. At KJs 75c, 89c Corset Covers 59c. Lace and embroidery Corset Covers in 25 good styles, Cluny and Val, lace trimmed, eyelet and blind embroidery effects, square and round neck, with lace Insertion and dainty tucks. Some with 3 rows wide lace insertion, dainty beading f and edge. Eyelet embroidery, yoke. Jf front and bapk, Val edge. At KJSKs $3.00 Skirts at $1.95. In twelve excellent styles. Lsce and embroidery trimmed effects, Cambric Skirts with full embroid ered flounce, etc. The embroideries used are as sorted and of a quali.y similar to that used in much higher priced garments. Knee flounce, made up with dainty lace Insertion and edges, - f sv assorted patterns to delight every I W taste. All regular $3.00 values. At Women's Gowns $1.19. Choice of twenty-five different styles will be offer ed In women's pretty slip-over and high neck Nain sook Gjwns which are trimmed with -4 -j f laces or embroideries. These are I I IJ $1.98 values. This Sale Price only -- S Combination Suits $1.50. Of Cambric and Long Cloth. Lace and embroid ery trimmed. Garter and circular styles, -f W Dainty Val and Torchon Laces, eyelet I 1 I and blind embroidery, French edges. At More Skirts at $1.50. Embroidery and lace trimmed, deep flounces of tucks and insertion. Several rows la:e -f Ef f insertion and edges. Underlay and I I dustruffle. A good $2.60 skirt for -M.KJJ Petticoats 95c. . Snow White Cambric, lace In sertion and lact edging or em broidery trim'd fbunce fp5 and tegular $1.60 val ues. This Sale Price ' Chemises 1.50. French Chemrses, hand made and hand embroidered In six dif ferent pittern yokes. - tT Fine French Csmhric, I 11 Regular $2.00. At Drawers 1.50. Women'a French Drawers with band embroidered ruffle. Made or tine French Cam bric. Regular $2.00 values. This Sale 1.50 Women's Oxfords 87c. Women's White Canvas and Black Kid Oxfords, Misses' and Children's Canvs High Shoes, Chil dren's Kid and Patent Oxfords, odd lots, nearly all sites, values up to $1.75. At 87c. On Temple Street Door Bargain Table. Silk and Cotton Fabrics 15c. Lenths varying from five to fifteen yards In fine Silk Organdies, Mulls, Aeolicnnes, and other weaves, in this year's popular fabrics, both plain and figured goods that have been selling up to 50c a yard. This Sale Price, 15c a yard. n. w-i SK M m a rlf TJ, M amni:tn Cfn.. Tu I"": , K M m m s-.t w 0000110000000 0000000000000000 RH0Q0I9 00000H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 n w 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 in! 0 0 0 U 0 n 0 0 0 0 n 0 w 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 Thnmns Puffy, Frsnk tnne, Wallace known mission worker and citizen of this pity, died Tuesday after a long Illness. One son, Rurton R. Wells, and the father survive. . John KortiRlohel, John KornRii'liH died MonOny nt his hoiup In East rilnj--tonliury nt Hip ngo of Sfl years of bronchitis. He Innves four sons, Frederick KorttKlnlml of Wnterbury, ,lohn Kornglebp of South Manchester, William ntnl lifivlcl Korn- Klebpl, and one daughter, ' Mm. Mar garet Friar of niastonhtiry. The fun eral was held at hie late home In F.ast Glastonbury yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and burial wra In NIphIc remn tery. Mrs. Alice Polrot and Martin Korn- Klebel of Eat Haven are, xrandchllrl- ren of the. deceased nnd little Karl Kornglebel of Farren avenue, this city Is a. preat srnndehlld. Hrown, Frank Kelly and Kdward Ouy- man. Rose T. ninrtrnncl. . The death of Rose I). Chartrand, wlfo of Jospph Chartrand ncrurred Tiieerlny at her home, 25 Wallace street following a hort Illness. Mrs. C'har tranrl was a devoted member of St. Louis' H. f. phureh from whlph church her funeral will take place this morn ing at. 9 o'clock. The Rev. .1. A. N. Orenler will officiate. The Interment will be In St. Bernard's eemetpry. Miss Annie lleinry. The funeral of Miss Annie Henry, the ynunff woman who committed1 sui cide was held at her late home, 1S5 Roeette street yesterday. Thpre was a large attendance of relatives and friends and the Inrge number of floral tributes attested to the esteem in which she whs held The Interment was In St. Lawrence's cemetery and the pallbearers were Charles Ney, Mrs. KrediTlck Klein. The funeral of Mrs, Frederick Klein took place yesterday nffprnonn, with prayers at her late residence on Fair field nveniie at. 2 o'clock. At 3 o'clock there were services at the German Lutheran phureh on Ooffe street. Rev. .1. A. Tlmm officiated. The Interment was In Evergreen cemetery. -Mrs. Mrs. E. n. Wells. E, B. Wells, wife . of the well GRAHAM & HAYES UNDERTAKERS 1096 CHAPEL STREET Tel. 572. Opon Day nnd Night. BRIEF MENTION. High water to-day at 8:54 p. m. The Rons snd Daughters of the American Revolution are to hold a re ligious and 'patriotic servlco In Trini ty church from 8;30 to 9:15 on the morning of July 4. The citizens of New Haven are Invited to attend. The naval mllltla left for New York and In a few days they will bring back the gunboat Macihlas which is to take the place of the Elfrlda, which has done service for the last several years, taking the mllltla on their an nual cruise. Miss Pearl A. Llppman leaves to day for her home In Tarrytown, N. Y. after an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Ambuhl, ot Orchard street. Pr. Hugh Francis Keating of Wal llngford, brother of the Rev. Father Keating of St. John's church, grad uated yesterday with honors from the Yale medical school. He received spe cial honors and stood second In his class. During his sojourn in New Haven Hie ha,s made a host, of friends, He will enter the New I-faven hospital July 1. rsrc AMiiwtcms for grease fini1or3 of Bnrk AVnste $20,000 of the Stuff Unwittingly. San Francisco, June 24. Greasing; mnets, ea boots, and oil-skins with ambergris, valued at approximately $40fl a pound, sailors on the British bark Antiope wasted about $20,000 worth of the stuff unaware of Its valua H was not until yesterday that John Mtithleson, muster of the vessel, learn ed that, he had let a fortune slip through his fingers'. A small part ot grease" had been saved, and this the wn.s Identified by an Oakland druggist as nmbergrls. Tho Antiope reached here ifrom New castle, 'Australia, a few days ago. On the way up, In latitude 20 degrees south, a large quantity of '"grease" was seen flaotlng on the surface, of the ocean, o.n d, a calm prevailing, the men man aged to scoop up several buoketfuls ot the stuff. The "grease" was' found excellent, and It was used for slushing down tho masts, the balance being used by the men on their oil-skins and boots. The captain says that much more could have been collected, but thought the amount picked up by tha men was enough. no,? wTTiiorr b.vuj. Dnnbury, June 24. Edward W. Schlf mnn who Is accused of shooting and killing Ida Potter in this city on Juns fi, was helrl without ball today for trial at the 'September term of the superior court on a charge of murder In the flrsl degree, ,