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MiSS IRENE CHAPMAN WEDS CHAS. PETERSON Miss Irene Chapman, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman. Sr., of 106 Gordon street, and Charles Pet ersen, of this cUy, were married at 8 o'clock yesterday morning: at St. Mary's church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. William P. Oantwell, pastor of the church In the presence of about a hundred and fifty guests Including friends and relatives of the families. Miss Rose Chapman, eister of the bride, was maid of honor a.nd James Leddy was best man. The b»ldc was attired In white silk, with liât to match and she carried a bou quet of white roses. Her sister who *raa her only attendant was also dress ed In white silk with hat to match. 8he carried white carnations. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents and a wedding breakfast was served to a large gath ering of relatives and invited guests. The couple received many beautiful Rlfte of cut glasH and silverware. After a wedding tour Mr. and Mrs. Petersen Will take up their residence in Brigh ton avenue. 0. Ε. S. DANCE IS LARGELY ATTENDED The fiance of Rarltan Chapter No. 68, Order of Kastern Star held last night In the T. M. H. A. was well at tended and proved to be the success, which was anticipated. More than one hundred couples were present to grace the dancing floor and enjoy themselves to music furnished by Pro fessor Sol Kaufman's orchestra. The main foature of the night was the prize waltz which was won by Mrs. Edna Forrester and Frank A. Dugan. There was some lively competition In this contest. Dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. The proceeds go for the benefit of the Eastern Star Chapter. LADIES' SOCIETY PLAN AUTO TRIP The Ladies' Aid Society of the Danish Children's Home met yester day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chris Mathiesen in Kearny avenue, at whlrh collections amounting to about ■even dollars were reported. It was also decided to have an automobile ride shortly for the benefit of the home. No date was decided upon, hut a meeting will be held soon, at which final arrangements will be made. Yesterday's meeting was the last regular meeting of the society during the summer months. The next meeting will not be until September. The meeting was well attended. ENDEAVORERS TO HAVE OUTING The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Presbyterian church are planning an outing Saturday after noon to the "From Home" near Me tuchen. Members who are golng~1>y trolioy will leave Smith street and Madison avenue at 3:40 o'clock. Out door games will be played in the af ternoon and supper will be served at β o'clock. Those not able to come i In the afternoon have been request- I ed to be present at tho supper. Dancing will be enjoyed following ! the suppor. More games will then j be in order and refreshments will bring to a close the jubilee. "P2&NSEN BRIDE OF G. W. SOFIELD aent i» m ltd ο of the mar- ' triage of Miss Agues Caroline Jensen to George Wallace Sofleld at Simpson ; M. E. church here at 9 o'clock Sun day morning. The bride was attend-j •d by Miss Bessie Klllenberger, and Earl Barnes was best man. The cere- j tnony was performed by Rev. Wllbert Westcott. After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Sofleld motored to Phlladelnhla. ' î"hey returned Monday night and are now living at the Sofleld homo at 4 20 High street. ANNOUNCE WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brody, of 1«? Hall avenue, announce the mar riage of their daughter. Itobocea Pearl to Mltchel Elnsohn in Jersey City on Sunday, JuneS. After their honeymoon Mi·, and Mrs. Elnsohn will tnake their home in Jersey City, HAVE DANCE TONIGHT. The Orientals will hold another iance In Pulaski park tonight. Feat ures of the program will include a dancing contest between Johnny Eranke and 131111e Crowl for a side bet, and a prize one-step. Dancing ■will be the feature amusement, and refreshments will be served. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Anton Skov and fam ily, former residents of this city, who together with several other families left here over two years ago to form a farm colony near Manchester, Ala bama, have returned here to live and will make their home at 816 Carson avenue. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Salter, of Mar ket street, motored to Morrlstown yesterday and visited their daughter, Frances, who Is a student at St. Elizabeth College. Mrs. Richard Larsen, of Hopelawn, was a local visitor yesterday. Mrs. H. Elllngsen, of Groom street, who has been visiting her parents in Canada, has returned to her home In this city. Mrs. John Halptn, of Smith street, ; Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Karl Helmpel, of Bethlehem, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clark and fam ily have left their home at 166 High street for their summer home at Spring Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Runyon and family leave today for a week's stay at their cottage on Wanamassa Laker Asbury Park. Ralph Crowell, of State street, visited In South Orange last night. Mrs. George J. Shurtr,- of Madison avenue. Is spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Frank Osborn, at A» bury, N. J. Mrs. Henry Jessen haa returned to her home In Brooklyn from a pleas ant week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Martin Thompson, of Gordon street. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Warter, Mr. I and Mrs. George Coutts and Mrs. William VanPelt attended the session j of the Eastern Star in Tottenville j last night. Frank Parsons, of the local post office force, is enjoying a week's va I cation which he Is spending with his mother at Ossinlng, Ν. T. BIGGER TRADE BD. plan is en Members are Guests of Jean DuBois at Luncheon— Speeches are Given. ______ Thirty-five men, who are members of the campaign committee of the ; Trade Board met at luncheon today at i the East Jersey Club, as the guest.» of Jean Du Bols, vice president of the board, to discuss plans for the two days membership campaign of the board. Following the luncheon, Mr. Du Bois referred in a talk to the request of President Wilson that the efficiency of commercial and civic organizations be brought up to a 100 per cent basis. He referred to the Board of Trade as a clearing house for mutual aid, and made an urgent appeal to the men present to co-operate with tho board, and take an active interest In the campaign to increase the membership. He then called upon Campaign Man ager Statler, who explained the de tails of the campaign, and said that in conversation with Mayor Ten Broeck the latter had estimated the popula tion of the city to be 50,000 In face of the registration returns. He told of the 900 prospects for membership, and said that the of ficials hoped to be able to induce at least S00 of them to join the board. Mayor TenBroeck was · next called upon. He said that the Board of Trade has always fceer. an active Insti tution since Its institution, and said that this city was at present la a re markable prosperous condition. He too, urged cooperation with the board. In a stirring appeal for cooperation and mutual aid in war times, Former Judge Adrian L.yon.', said tbat the Trade Board Is a necessity for efflc lency In the city, that it la an aid toward mutual helpfulness In this time of need. He urged the men to stand together and to sink Jealousies, ambitions and selfishness, In the stend for common good and for the good of the nation. Following the luncheon, twenty five men signed the community pledge for assistance during the campaign, and promised to take part in it. AUDIT CITY ACCOUNTS I Representatives of the Certified Au ; flit Company began work at city hall I here yesterday to audit the municipal I accounts for 1916 and to Inetall a new, standardized system bookkeep I lng. This company holds a contract j for auditing the books and for devis ing, Installing and placing In opera tion a modern system of accounting In practically all municipal departments, Cigarette Ads. Barred. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 5.—The new Kan aaa cigarette law forbids the «aie al newsstands or on trains of newspaper; or magazines carrying cigarette adrer tlaements, according to an opinion i banded down by Attorney Genera] Brewster. Outside newspapers golnj direct by mall to subscribers are nol affected by the law. LOCAL MISTS LICENSE REVOKED Many Fined Here for Violation of State Motor Ve hicle Law. One automobile driver lost his license and others were fined for violations of the motor vehicle law when arraigned before Recorder Pickersglll last night. Domlnick Stllo, who was accused of driving recklessly from Johnstone street into New Brunswick avenue and through a line of cars and pe destrians, gave up his license when It was revoked by Recorder Plckersglll. His case will be brought to the at tention of the state commissioner of motor vehicles. Those fined wore as follows: C. D. Boynton, Oilrty-seven years old, of Sewaren, accused by Patrolman Heager of having no lights on hl3 machine, $2; fl. Baker, nineteen years old, of Plalnfleld, accused by Patrolman Steed of driving· reckless ly, $2; Slgman Kosa, eighteen years old, of New Brunswick, charged by Patrolman Selboth with speeding, $10; Irving Baum, twenty-four years old. of State street, accused by Pa trolman Steed of having no lights, $4; Walter Hoenle, thirty years old, of Newark, charged by Patrolman Selboth of having no light», $2; B. Lefkowltz; twenty-seven years old, of Newark, accused by Patrolman Sel both of failure to have adequate lights, J2; Fred Schenck, thirty years old, of Newark, charged by Patrol man Kozusko with violating the traffic ordinance, Id. Harry Marks, twenty-nine years old, of New Brunswick, accused by Patrolman Steed of having no lights on his machine, was discharged. A. J. Nciss, twenty years old, of Woodbridge, was taken into custody by Traffic Officer Murray this morn ing on a charge of violating the mo tor vehicle law appertaining· to car rying registration plates. Patrolman Petersen made a vain, attempt yesterday afternoon to stop an autolst who was driving a ma chine minus registration plates. He boarded another machine and gave cljase from the county bridge to Wat son avenue and Smith street. $560,000 IN LIBERTY BONDS SUBSCRIBED FOR HERE (Continued from page 1.) use their influence to have the mem bers of their congregation subscribe,, both by announcing from the pulpit and Interesting the various church societies in this subject. There are twenty-one clergymen In this city and when all are approached with regard to this subject some big re sults are expected. With the patriotic spirit upper most in the hearts and minds of the school children, the one outlet for their con lined feelings has been given them in the chance to purchase Lib erty Bonds. Almost every school has raised enough money to buy at least one fifty dollar bond and others are starting out after a second fifty dollar certificate or a hundred dollar bond Instead of the fifty. Intense rivalry prevails, both between the schools and between the various rooms of the I schools. Some of the older pupils jhave been able to subscribe them selves for bonds of the smaller amount land many of the teachers are assist ing by subscribing for the bonds. No. 4 school is endeavoring to se cure two fifty dollar bonds and the ι grammar school has set a $100 bond as its goal. The pupils of Miss Rae JacoUson's room have formed what thay call the "Workville Association" and are saving their nickels towards purchasing a small bond. RUSSIANS WANT AMERICA TO BRING ABOUT PEACE Petrograd, June 7:—The Russian workmen and soldiers' council wants America to bring about an early peace—whether that end can be achieved through fighting forces sent to the front, through financial, In dustrial or other aids, President Tscheldze, of the council, so declared today in an Interview with the United Press, the first this head of Russia's "lnvlstble government" has granted. Publication of President Wilson's message to new Russian will be with held until messages on the same theme are received from Russia's other allies, the foreign ministry an nounced today. Y. M. H. A. ACTS TO ACQUIRE SITE FOR NEW BUILDING Steps wera taken at a meeting of the Board of Director* of the T. M. H. A. last night to purchase property upon which a new building will be erected. The committee stated that It would investigate certain sites imme diately and report at a special meet ing of the board, which will be held on Monday night ef next week. The lease on the present building expiree in October, 1978, and as the rooms are not Targe enough to care for the large membership at present, the directors are of the opinion that the time haa come to act for a new building which will accommodate the present mem bership and more. Efforts are being made to hare Dr. Benderly, of the Hebrew Alliance ol New York, present at this meeting and make an address. Members o] the Hebrew Institute of this city have been invited to attend Monday night's meeting. LODGfc CIRCLES —M. "William Hanson, trustee ol Middlesex Council, No. 63. Jr. O. U. A I M„ for the past several years at a meeting of the council lost night re signed Ms position. W. E. Elchorr was elected In his place. Mr. Hanson who has been connected with the Por. to Rico Tobacco Company at its loca plant for the past year has been pro uioted to manager of the New Yorl office of the concern and goes to thai place on Monday to assume charge This is given as the reason for his res ignation as am officer In the council. —-"Willow Qrove, No. ·, Woodmen's Circle, will meet tonight at Us hall The awarding of the quilt will taki place at this time. The commltte< has arranged a fine program for th< occasion. A dinner will be served The committee In charge Include! Elizabeth V. Thompson, chairman; Margaret Galvin Margaret Francy, Jo sephine J. Jensen, Catherine Servit and Hilda London. Hoboken Flag 4M Feet In Air. Hoboken, June t.—Flying 400 feet tc the air from the top of the Lackawanni wire leas tower il a large flag, raised white railroad employees cheered and the Lackawanna band from Scranton Pa., played the national antbem. It It believed to be (lie highest flown flag b Ike aUI*. V NEW RE6ULATUKS FOR HIRIN6 SCHOOL TEACHERS Trenton. June 7.—Under new reg ulations of the State Board ot Ed ucation, announced today, applicants for teachers' certificates, muet be a graduate of a four year course in an Improved high school or It· equiv alent and must also have successfully completed six weeks session of a state summer school or a summer school approved by the state board of exam iners. After June of next year two sessions of the summer school will be demanded of applicants. CANNOT AUTHORIZE RVT8ERS ON VIVISECTION WORK Trenton, June 7.—The State Board [of Health was today advised by At torney General Wescott that It cannot authorize Rutgers College, New Brunswick, to engage In vivisection under the provisions of the act passed at the 1915 session of the legislature. The application was recently made by Dr. W. H. 8. Demarest, president of Rutgers, for permission to carry on this work of experimentation and It referred by the health board to the at torney general for an opinion. BED GROSS TO GET $350 FROM CARNIVAL HERE The local branch of the American Red Cross will receive $860 as Its share of the proceeds derived from the carnival conducted here last week according to announcement made today by official* of Protection Hook and Ladder Company. In addi tion the Protection company Will benefit financially from the carnival which It conducted. The firemen promised to give the Red Cross ladles five per cent of the gross receipts. FIRM INCORPORATES M. Mortensen & Company, & con cern formed to deal In hay, grain, feed and the like, hoe been incorporated. Its principal office Is at 146 Smith street. The authorised capital stock jls 125,opt). It is the Intention of the company to specialize in the feed, hay and grain business in and about Atlantic Highlands, Monmouth cournty. The Incorporators are: Matthew Mortensen, Alice Mortensen, Percy E. Coutts and Sophy M. Coutts. DISCUSS CITY FINANCES The new Sinking Fund Commission held a meeting at city hall last night, at which city finance figurée were re | viewed and discussed. It is under ' stood that the meeting was held pre paratory to advising the Board of Al | dermen upon the amount for th· stak ing fund that should be provided in the supplementary June budget. The budget ordinance is scheduled to be taJcen^jp^ridn^nlghtjjJune^^^^ fcUSSIFlED MB. too ura OH. HELP WANTED, MALE EARN MORE DOLLARS selling shrubs, trees, vines, roses. Full or spare time, weekly pay, experience unneces sary. Desk f. Western New Tork Nurseries, Rochester, N T. BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS WANTED. The Laurel House, m Market 8>. jtornished rooms TO FURNISHED ROOM, all improve Board If desired. 20» Market 81 FOR SALE OLEANDERS, red and white, 10ο β*. At 80 Gordon St.^ __ City Briefs —The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Park Commissioners will be held tonight at City Hall. President Brown, of the board, de dree a full attendance of the mem Mrs aa matters are to come up of :onsiderable Importance to the iprlng and summer -work on the parks. —The Junior department of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet for their last practice for Children's Ç)ay tomorrow afternoon. The first quarterly conference was held at the Simpson M. E. church last night following the regular mid week service. The reports of the va rious officers showed the church to bt In a flourishing condition. During the meeting before the conference, Dr. Hubach, district superintendent was present and spoke of the war. 2 CERT TAX ON ALL CHECKS AND DRAFT OVER $5.0(1 By United Prew. Washington, June 7—The senate fi nance committee today put 4 twc cent tax on all checks fcnd drafts ovei fS as a new levy In the w&r revenu* bill. It Is expected that ten mtll'.or dollars In revenue will be raised un der the new tax. Checks and drafti under IB are exempt The committer decided to strike out the House levj of ten per cent on dues for social sporting and athletlo clubs. JURY FINDS MAN INNOCENT Bi) Special Correspondent. New Brunswick, June 1—Raymond Dennlson, of Dayton, tried yesterdaj on a charge of committing a. wrong or Ethel V. Davison, was acquitted, af ter a Jury had deliberated from 1< o'clock in the morning until t o'cloc) In the afternoon. Willttm Hafnei, or Mllltown, wh< failed to answer to hla name on Mon day when the defendant's counse called for him to testify in Denntson'i behalf; appeared In court yesterdaj and swore that he had never receive* a subpoena to teatlfy In' the case This gave flat contradiction to Den nlson's statement to counsel that h< personally served Hafner with tin court summons and had paid htm lift] cents In anticipation of his response Hafner also contradicted the tss tlmony of Dennlson to the effect tha the two were In each other's compan; on Sunday, April 9, 1918, when Mis Davison claimed to have been wrong ed. The defendant, in setting up &i alibi by way of defense, had Drough In Hafner's name. PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No, ( BNaiSMHi FOUNDER· MACHINIST· General and Special Mac kin·. Pattern Boiler and Blacksmith Work. THE BEST WAY TO SHIP FREIGHT NEW YORKantf NEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COMPANY nw η SCHEDULE: "ΪΓ-tî"1". an* >:M » A **® " ïîtVïSî"·*· ► * " * * £î&tfoî' ' DO YOU WANT A FRIEND? 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Largest stock of Revolvers, Rifles, Guns and Ammunition in town at lowest prices. AARON KAUFMAN. SSI STATE ST. RAG RUGS WOVEN is In. to 10 ft wide, without seams. «. wlu. or customer may, supply the rags. You can eare by buying direct FARMERRUG & CARPET_C0. Isstt BIW *· * GRAHAM & McKEON Ht»e«a c—u—«—■ Bxeavatlng. Grading, «ta. Band Qnvil, Broken Stone, Carting, t 7ou°f«ST compressed air? Let George Do It Phono 1478. Cornor Smith and High. DR. J. MORROW CHIBOPODIST The RARITAN BUILDING nJ2Tâ£m,tb Bt "a MadJ¥£o^*iM1 OFFICE HOURS: Β to 6 D*l"î Monday and Saturday evéningg.^ For jo troubles consult ΡΓ·, J. Monaphan, Optometrist, No. 7· g"»'«h St Djlly »J0 to 1J; 1:80 to B:s£ Monday. Friday. Saturday, Oil ». TeL 1775. Home appointments. Masquerade Wigs to Hire. MISS SELMA PETERSON HAIRDMSSKH. RARITAN BUILDING Mtk It M Madia·· Ave, TeL 1548 Perth Amboy. DR. BERNARD FELDMAN, Dentist >80 STATE ST.. NKAR SMITH. PERTH AMBOY, N. J. HOURS: I à. m, to 6 p. m., dally. Evenlnra by Appointment FRED HARDY Specialist In Massage LoiMon Medical Diploma. _ Doctor·' Recommendation· Patienta treats at their own residence. BT4 Oak St. none T72-H M· "Tl. ertfauitea Cheerfully Qtre. C. RASMUSSEN An Kinds of Heavy Auto Truckiiur and Towlnf—Day or Night. 411 iCra»tea Aw. Perth Λ m Hoy, !» . Storage Ground. Second St Marble and Granite Monuments Cor. Hall & Amboy Aves Near the Cemeteries Perth Amboy N. N. ALLINO Résidence 195 Gordon St. GARRETSON'Sh^^ , Automobile mr.» > Cloead Car· lor fVeddtn*», Funeral», ) Ttwt f·!!· Attended to Funeral Director and I Embalmer I Interments Arranged Anywhere On Call Dajr or Might SHORT —BHD THIPS up the Hudson Rlr« to Weat Point, New· burgh, Fouchkeepete and other potato. Far rate* aad farther la formation write or call at the JACOB GOLDBERG» TICKET QffKX Nelson's DtiS »m 363 Slate Street Phone 1563 JUST ABOUND THE CORNER PROM PENNSYLVANIA^R. STA^N^^^^ St. Phone 1563 40c Value for 25c On Friday and Saturday, with every purchase of ONE TUBE LILLY'S DENTAL CREAM, 25c we include one 15c Tooth Brush Free of Charge Candy Department Special Friday and One pound Assorted Chocolates; 60c quality. Saturday only 39c lb. Packed in neat box. This candy sold with guarantee if not satisfactory we will refund your money. PATENT MEDICINES Our Prices on Patent Medicines Lowest in the City. 50c Doan's Kidney Pills 39c $1.00 Lydia Pinkham's Compound ....69c $1.00 Hood's Sarsaparilla 79o $1.00 Ayer's Sarsaparilla 89o $1.00 Swamp Root 69c 22c 35c Castoria ggc $1.00 Father John's $1.00 Horlick Malted Milk 25c Bromo-Seltzer « ' iqn 25c Beecham Pills. ® Our Prescription Department "We have compounded over 900 prescriptions in the first six months. All prescriptions are compounded by registered pharmacist You are safe when yotf bring us your prescrip tions. Complete stock of anti toxins always on hand. SPECIAL COFFEE 35c quality For the benefit of those un able to take advantage of our coffee offer last week, we offer while the supply lasts 2 lbs. 38c HAVANA SECONDS CIOARS Union Made Hand Made In spite of increased price of cigars we offer 7 for 25o. $1.75 box of 50 cigars TOILET ARTICLES Garden Fragrance Face Powder 50c Lazell Talcums, all odors.. 15o Mennen's Talcum 15o 25c Pond's vanishing cream 19o Djerkiss Face Powder .... 50e 50c La Blanche Face Powd. 39c Cuticura Soap λ..... 20o BEEF, IRON AND WINE Made with best sherry; ex cellent tonie. 65c full pint GEM RAZOR BLADES 7 blades 30c NELSON'S CORN REMOVER Sold with guarantee; money refunded if not satisfactory. 20o bottle CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS 25c size 2 for 25c SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND Anti-rheumatic and laxative. 75c bottle SOLIDIFIED ALCOHOL 10c can 3 for 25c CEDAR MOTH COMPOUND Easy and pleasant to use for moths. 15o package CASTILE SOAP Stork brand; 10o cake 3 for 25c CASTOR OIL 35c full pint EPSOM SALT 10c full pound BICARBONATE OF SODA 10ο full pound WITCH HAZEL 25c full pint Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges, 10c box; 3 for 25c Tokalon Face Powder $1.00 box Tokalon Cream, 60c a jar Aromatic Extract of Cascara 3 oz. for 25c Gillette Razors $3.î Blades 45c Phone 1563 KELSON'S DRUG STORE 363 State Street Opposite Johnny Slobodien At Centre St. The Drink for June, July and August Iced Postum Direction»: Prepare Postum in the usual way, let cool, serve with cracked ice, sugar and lemon' r, if you prefer, sugar and cream. 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