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PASTOR ON TRIA i LAS PRIEST. SLAYER 1 CLOSES DEFENSE Big Crowd in Court Room as Cross-Examination Is Started. POCKET PICKED OF $l,BOO, RENTS HE COLLECTED BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 20. The aefenso In the trial of the Rev. Edwin R. Stephenson, Methodist minister, charged with the murder of Father James E. Coyle, Catholic priest, rested Its case to-day. Stephenson's lawyers reserved the right to Intro duce rebuttal witnesses later. The accused minister was the last regular Befense witness. Cross examination pf him continued when court opened. Xon(r lines of spectators Jostled each other to-day long before the doors of the Court House were opened, eager to hear the minister undergo cross-examination on his story told yesterday of how he imd his wife had pleaded in vain for their only daughter to return to them, and Ihow he shot Father Coylo In self defense after he had been knocked 'flown and kicked. ' The daughter, Mrs. Ruth Stephen, on. -Gussman, whose marriage to Pedro Gussman, a Porto Rlcan Cath olic, precipitated the tragedy, has not appeared at the trial. A letter lead In court staled that the girl, who has since separated from htt husband, intends to go abroad Gussman was summoned by the defenso to tell how ho became ac quainted with tho minister's daugh ter and finally married her without the knowledge of her parents. Il.nojrr Unites ClinrKO of '1'lirft Vlniti- ty Tenrnila, I On an ntlMnvIt by Clarence N'etUes, a lawyer of No. 20 IJroadway, that his pocket had been picked of (1,500 ho had J cuuecicii as attorney lor in? tcnnnis oi No. 114 West 109th Street and Intended to dcpoilt with tho Clerk of tliu Court, Pending action on a rent dispute, Justice Freedlandcr, of thu Eighth Municipal Court, to-day adjourned to Nov. 7 a stay grunted to the tenants. Nettles promised restitution to the tenants, but they at onco Instituted criminal proceedings, against him and he Is now under J2,5'J0 ball. The tenants wero brought to court by executors of tho ostato owning the build ing who had commenced proceedings t.i raise rents (3 an apartment. Tlicy re quested tho court to vacate a May ob tained two months ago when warrants of eviction against ten families had been Issued, It was then that the court . or dered that tho money in dlsputo bo turneti over to u nni u was collected by Nettles. While on the way to court. Jin suld, he was robbed, You read a lot about milk these days the ono food that contains every food ele ment plus the health pro. moting "vitamines. " "Philadelphia" Cream Cheese is pure, rich milk in SOLID form. Only the genu ine has "PHILADELPHIA" on the label. Fresh every day. '' J rid ay & Saturday Only TWO DAY Special Offering 3joo 'Pairs of Jjist Jl(iimte z5Codcs PUMPS Oxfords $ WJ I Values SS. to $10. cAn opportunity to buy high type, smartly styled shoes at remark ably Low Prices. Walking and dress models in Russia calf, gun metal calf, patent leather, black kid, black suede, brown kid, black satin, Louis and military heels. NO C CDS NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS The StcviSlweCa. SKW YOIIK S3 Wnt 4ad Strret IMIh Strr mid IlroniiMny ltmiKI.Y , 4T8 Fulton Srrl 1X11 IlroiiilMiiy nt llnneoek S. 1032 Pluthuah Avtnui, at llorrly lloud How to Tell a Genuine Diamond By BENJAMIN FOX, Pawnbroker Merchant TN these days, when artificial diamonds are so general, and often hard to distinguish from the genuine except by an expert, 1 am glad to give e-veryone the benefit of my knowledge. For over forty years I have been handling diamonds. Having been obliged to make a thorough study in order to protect myself and the thousands who come to me for LOANS and advice, and who have learned to rely on my Judgment. Diamonds Appraised for Individuals and Estates The most ordinary teBt of a diamond is to try it by cutting glass. This, however, is not n conclusive tost, as wmo stones will merely scratch tho glass in a way tliat may Knd you t think they re genuine diamonds. The real problem, however, is to know whether oi not the diamond is worth the price asked for It, especially if it is supposed to be ono of unusual value. A more simple test is to place a drop of water on the stone with the point of a needle. If the stone is genuine, the water will retain Its globular shape. If not, it will spread. , How You Can Save Money on Diamonds 1 parrv in stock a large variety of all qualities of diamonds set in a law variety of modem settings nt MONEY-SAVING PRICES. Mv business admits of tho possibility of selling you FINE DIA MONDS at less than usual store prices. A call will convinc you it will be to your advantage to bu diamonds from me Banker to tha Muse BENJAMIN FOX Literal loini in ny Reliable Pawnbrolter-Mrrcltnn , mount. Legal rttei on!, 72 Eighth Ave., near 14th Si., MftlmM Electric Servica II mm- of I'ultir mirt Chrorful Herrlrr. At this address nearly 83 years, and still prospering This in itaielf should inspire your confidence in my RELIABILITY. r& GIIAND PIANOS Who has not longed tor one 7 are being shown In the Wanamaker Piano Salons (finest in America, wo nro told). The col lection is the most representative in Greater New York, of good Grand Pianos. It includes the GIIICKEItING and KNABE and SCHOM ACKER. Friday's Features English plum-pudding 1 p:llowa Girdles that are the talk of New York Diana Salon has an outgoing of frocks A flattering material, the season's-success, in din ner and evening gowns A famous silver-plato V maker lowers prices Good-bye, men's topcoats. ) Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co. Broadway at Ninth, New York Open from 9 to 5.30 Telephone 4700 Stuyccnant eeting So MaiY Aitn n Meeds ait Graftifylmgly Lower Costs At early Outgoing of our famous Diana Salon Frocks for Miss 14 to 20 at $29.50 to $79.50 Originally $49.50 to $115 Typical of Paris In their exquisite simplicity and ex cellent lines. Day frocks of fine silk crepes plain and brocaded and a few tailored frocks of moussyne. Also a few evening frocks of taffeta, with the pic turesque Spanish skirt. Second Floor, Old Building, Tenth Street French Pearl Necklaces at less than half price $3 to $5 a string Graduated pearls, strings 18 to 80 inches long, solid 14-karat gold clasps. SO to $12 a string Graduated pearls, .tring. 18 to .".0 inches long, M-karat go l clasps, ribbed gold. ,S9 to $15 a string Graduated pearls, strings IS to 31 inches long, 14-karat white gold clasp set with diamond. The Bijoux Shop Mjln Door, Old Dulldlng $12.50 to $18 a string Graduated pearls, strings 13 to 30 inches long, filigree 14 karat white gold clasps. $28 to $40 a string Graduated pearls, strings IS to 27 inches long, 14-karat wiito gold clasps Fct with genuine diamond. Indestructible Frenchpcarl beads, guar anteed against breaking or 'peeling. Deeply-furred Skunk Neckpieces-$16.50 to $325 Skunk, when it is soft an-i silky collars, leads great distinction to a The straight small scarfs of double fur start at $16..r0. The prices, from that to $323 for a largo shoulder cape, vary, not with the quality of the fu-, for it is the same throughout, but with the size of the neck piece. Models for every need and taste are included in this collection. Lovely gowns for the lines are grace fully simple a"J therefore m the m i le Practical gown. 'or they raaj bo vv i in the aftern fi dinner or in t; e o ning with cqua' li Unction. Black, snpphir.' blue, gray, old b'ue, dark brown, taupe, geranium and jade green are the colors represented, but all models do not come in every shade. So one model l.u.- short sleeves and a lout; sash faced w ithsecond Floor. Old If Building .-malt. Fro m Lon don A do rab le Jersey Suits for tiny tots For boys of 2 to 4 Wool jersey at $7.93. JACK HORNER (pictuvedl Navy blue, scarlet, white, giay or I-reach blues. POPPETTE Oliver Twist s-uit with quaint turnover col lar. Gray, saxe, scarlet, vli;t or tan. PETER PIPER Two-piece uit. Straight tunic, s-qiwr neck. White, maize, scarlet or blue. For litle girls Two darling little frocks in wool jersey, with bloomer3, $11.50. Sizes 2 to 0 years. ST. MALO (pictured) Scar let, gray, brown, navy blue or French blue. PEVERIL Pleated skitt, Iml iiifterei,; :ipck. Scarlet, brown, ulnte. French blue ..t r.uv li.'ue. Two Ribbon Sales Roman-striped Rjbbon S1.G5 grade 95c yard All the most attractive color schemes of the senson, includ ing the very popular red ard mack combination used exten sively for sashes. Width (i inches. Moire PaiHc Itililion M.I3 rade 7.c ,rd Finely woven, extra lieu i a 'i lu.strim.- -Iieen, in Ilantl''.' I.l.ie, henna, ,-teeI, taniie t i i American Ileauty, navv t'ii-. emerald green, brown an' black. Width (1 inches First Floor, Old Dulldlng 'lot! .ooleii ..el in quality such as is. used in out coat of cloth or Hudson seal. straight, long stoles, $113 to $160. small cape collars, ?60 to $90. animal scarfs nnd latgy capes with borders of tails. all excellently made. Muffs nre also being shown, in both the round and canteen ohape. S75 and $85. Second Flooi. Old Bulld'il? I 1 11 K W 0 V E N ' S V A S II 1 () S A 1. () N S Brocaded Chiffon Velvet gowns at $55 to $165 A flattering material, a success of the season chiffon. The other has wide sleeves, pointed draperies at the sides and a girdle of Georgette crepe. S7H.5I) Hie irnv ii illusltated i. ' liec.tl ly charming with u trailing hem-lino .i'1'! wide, squat e sleeves. $89.50 a caue b;.ck, faced with chiffon, gives the model at this price, an unusual silhouette. From $97.50 to $tf3 the many models vary in draping or in the cut of the sleeves or neckline all are Silk jersey suits Tunic buit for littlo boys at $12.93. One-piece square necked frock with blouse, tor little girls, at $13.95. French blue, light bli-e, tan, maize or white. All these suits may he la.i i ilered without shrinking. Third Floor, Old Buildoig Winter Topcoats for junior girls Exceptional at $25 Four smart belted models each one a good, practical coat for general all around wear in wool coatings wool velour- wool chinchilla double faced 'ciial. Venetian "i I'l: j-.i.il iv arm 1 intei lined u.l and without fur trimming-. Reindeer, brown, navj ..i. and mixture.-. Sizes (i to Hi. Third Floor, Old BuilUInq Last of a special lot of Good Wardrobe Trunks 1IARTMANN everybody knows them. Only 30 re main, of a large number mado expressly for us. Taxi or small size, $50 grade for $42 Three-quarter size, $53.50 grade for $45 Medium ize $55 grade for $47.50 and one drop section. Lovely Imported Decorations for the Home Most of these exquisite French itiflity are just of steamers. Our iriesistibly ntVactive ai it docs now, on disj lay. Pillows on pillows The vase pillow; the horn of nlcnty pillow; English plum pudding pil low. haystack pillow; equally attractive for library or boudoir made of gloriously colored soft silks, pretty laces and dainty flowers. UV giuc pperial nuntiirn lo llinc shapes, Lrcaufe Mm" li belnn. they hive nit limt Knulish hassoclis atin, combined with bu Of cade, or entirely of satin, or in' brocade. Stool boxes England has sent us some very unique stools covered in tapestry, the tops of which conceal boxes in which one may keep one's shoes. Normandy laces Exquisitely dainty and fu I' All ready for the Hallowe'en Party ? You will find here all the fa vorite decorations for youi Hallowe'en Party from a huge, gaily painted hay-wagon drawn by two little white horses und in charge of a dear little farm er to the most exquisite little favors for the table. Large petal bu-k"l i l.'nted with i rjit . u i Nil!;, -pop hc-rd a- w pie lire- -el a wonderful .lack Hoinei enormous pumpkin with too little lady pumpkins danglMi from it that will delight tht children. Cameo Shop, Main Floor, Old Dulldlng Downstairs Store, New Dulldlng Hi'i !nw r , ,(,., . , IMI'. Dies, a. and English things full of orig French room hns never looked ' with all the. new, beautiful article Flench chaitu made up ii In beautiful bedspreads; chaise-longue covers; pillow tops; bureau scurfs; table covers and doilie.-; tops of pin cushions; handkerchief and glove boves. The lamp shades A very important as well a : interesting part of this colVc tion. So numerous, and so vane I in -hapo ami decoration, that r i impoisiblc to desvi ilie llvm Needlework note We have just opened a class room with a competent teacher in charge, in which beginners us well as advanced pupils will be taught, free of charge, how to copy any of our models lamn shades and all boudoir accessories provided the materials are purchased in the Art Needlework Shop. First Floor, Old Building Silk Umbrellas Special $5.50 ,'l-ply hasswood fibre-covered raised cushion top br.ms platcd steel hiudwaic- lotli lilied fitted with shoe box. The small size hai 3 drawers The two other sizes hav- 4 drawers, with C, 7 and 10 gai ment hangers. Seventh Gallery, New Dulldlno If you want a good Matched Dining-room Suite choose Friday from a tumber which wc arc selling at half price flSS.RO to 88M instead of double Uinse prices, walnut. J lo 10 piece suites in mahogany and II i hare aUo some ; fine bedroom Mute. ."' to 10 piecai, which are ijoing at a third las now S.JiS () St.J.V. sixth Gallery, New Dulldlng Lower prices for Wallace Silver Plate M'ltoi iiil pn'rt reductions due to lower costs of nianu faclnvi1 justify downwaid revision of prices on U. Wallace & Sons silver-plated table ware. This reduction applies to all Wallace d"sigii: including the new and exquisite Hostess pattern. In the Jewelry Store Our Importations of Paris-made Chased Melal GIR DLES at $5 to $25 tie already the talk of New York, because the styles are just what the smart Puri siennes are wearing, and the prices are exceedingly mod erate. Cut steel, beaded, and jew elled girdles, too up to Main Floor, Old Dulldlng lax 10c Women's all-silk taffeta um brellas, finished with attractive tape edges in self color. Good assortment of wood handles; stub ends, colored trimmed. Cord loop, ring of leather-strap style. (!l ecu, pmp'e, brown, i-u and navy blue. M.-in Flooi, Old Duildin j French Handbags Steel beaded, $10 The favored pouch typo hand crocheted of silk that close with a draw string in the form of a linked chain of steel. Main Floor, Old Dulldlng Teaspoons reduced from Dessert spoons reduced from Dessert forks reduced from Dinner forks reduced from Hutter spreadors reduced from Salad forks 'educed from ('old meat fork reduced from Merry .ipoon reduced from iravy ladle 'educed fron ' nf.'Jii pieces .educed . . lvovn i. of '.VI jiifce.H I educed. .I'l om hosts nl' Hti pleccn leduced. . from bests ff 50 pieces reduced, .from Chests of 72 pieces reduced. . from S1H0.00 to $100.2.-1 Chests of SO' pieces reduced, .from $180.00 to 154.00 $8.00 to $(i..'0 per dot. $15.00 to $12.00 per do:. $15.50 to $12.00 per daz. $17.00 W $13.00 per doz. ta.uu to 5iu.uo per ao. $11.50 per dcr. $1.7.' each S2.75 each $2.2.1 eacli $111.00 $1:1.2.1 $.19.7.1 .H71.0I) $15.50 to $2.20 to $!!.50 to ?:i.00 to $19.00 to $02.50 to $85.00 to In our Silver-plated Courts Tea sets (5 pieces), trays, candlesticks, cake baskets, bon bon dishes, fruit bowls, tureens, meat platters, etc., to match the flatwnrG. s;reet Floor, Stewart Dulldlng The best Sewing Machine value we have had in years at $38 The Wanamaker head sewing machine, of exceptionally good well constructed, well ished. It has 5 drawers automatic lift full set of attachments is light miming is guaranteed for b years and may be bought on d"feived payment plan, if desired. Seventh Gallery, New Dulldlng . i. . '! Uniforms and apron sets for waitresses Straight-li " regulation uni forms, finished with fancy white organdie collars and cufis with the excep tion of the black cotton pon tret model at .32 . which i- m:n - w ith a convei 1 - '-', . iblo Collar'. Cotton pongee, sotsette, cotton poplin, silk poplin, mohair and satin, in black, $2.05 to $19.75, according to fabric; in gray, $3.85 to $19.75, according to fabric. Apron sets Three-piece sets of law,i, daintilly scalloped oi liiiumci .villi rick-rack braid or lace -ertions or dotied Sv p 1 1 1 " t witii lace, S 1,7.1 uitro.v.i'-' c: j, I! ai. oi' bluck ' '. ,11 .in,, combined wit.1 'liiU-ii !a , o. oigandie or i,et, li.lc '.o SI. 50. Third Hoor, Old Building 150 $34 We are going to let Topcoats go Friday at They were $10, $15 and $50 in our regular stocks Siz'is are incomplete. And we are not going to buy any more topcoats this .season. So, rather than disappoint any man say ono size :S who sees just the pattern lie wants in .size 3."), but cannot get it in hs size we are going to let tho lot yo Friday at Sfi to $10 less than their regular prices. , Many patterns few coats of a kind Box coats, quarter lined with silk serge. Chester fields, single nnd double brensed, full lined. Herringbones and diagonals in tine tweeds, cheviots and unfinished worsteds manv of thorn imported fabrics. And plnin oxford cheviots ami unfinished worsteds. Every coat is a Burlington Arcade Shop coat In the lot around 9 o'clock, certainly there will be a very interesting choice in every size, 35 to 40. See these Shirts at $1.35 Tlie are the sort we sold a year ago at $l and $1 All OVi; madias the whole 3,(ii'i. Wis.li we had thirty times three thott--.;.'iid MH'h s-hiits ' sell ft 1 . : S.". We don't belice any other store has one. Big .-election of vet j'.oml pattern and 'ood colors. Satin stripes. Corded madras, i'l. i'ii vhiti mam j. Ship can't promise an more like them at so low a price. Burlington Arcade Floor, New Building I 1 4 i I" 1 rVJattMB am it?