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SPRING RALLY OF C. E.
AT NEW BRUNSWICK Th# Christian Endeavorers of the Middlesex county local union will hold their spring rally on Friday evening:, May 31, in the First Baptist Church, New Brunswick. The address of the evening will be given by James 1?. Bennett, a prominent lawyer of New York City, and all those who have heard Mr. Bennett will know that a rare treat awaits them. Kach society in the union should endeavor to be represented by as Targe a delegation .is possible, and. as is the custom, the attendance banner will be •.warded at this time to the society having the largest percentage of Its l ~ members present. This banner Is ai present held by the Stelton Baptists. FERN GROVE GIVES $25 Eight now members of the Fern Grove Woodmen Circle No. 36 wero initiated at the regular monthly meeting of the circle last night in Dana hall. It was decided to donate $5 to the Red Cross. Mrs. Oliver W. Ramsay was present and gave a four mi nuto talk on the Red Cross cam paign. Following the business session a social hour was held and refresh ments were served by the social com mittee, of which Mrs. Matthew Schaub is chairman. AID SOCIETY MEETS The regular monthly meeting of the I.aclies Aid Society of the Danish M. E. church was held at tho home of Mrs. Fredcrlcksen, 522 Amboy avenue yesterday afternoon. The regular routine of business was discussed, af ter which refreshments were served. MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were Issued by City Clerk John Han son, Jr., during the past few days: Wil liam M. Bennett of Railway and Miss Ruzan M. Evans of this city, Frank Petro and Elizabeth Mat.fi, Ilko Klls zcz and Malamlar Iwankii?. \ WANAMAKER'S | WANAMAKER'S | WANAMAKER'S Store Closes at 5 P. M. PTfa jy ■ ■ Women's Silk Dresses—Sale—$10 200 of them just out of the workroom—an a clever New York manufacturer has co-oper Plenty of foulard dresses—in black and navy blue and white—and foulards are going up in price all the time Pongee dresses at $10 offer dependable quality for all summer wear—the real Oriental pongee with soutache embroidery and touch of organdie at the threat. Plenty of taffeta and crepe de chine drosses la navy blue and colors and ever so many favorite silk d here at about today's wholesale price because ated with our women's Down-Stairs Store. ginghams, some with plain colored Eton coat effects —all essentially cool and summer-like. All sizes represented in the collection, almost any color and many styles. P. S.—In addition to these 200 new dresses, we have 50 frocks, prico reduced, from our own stocks —including wool Jersey, barge and taffeta. Old Building. Misses' Sleeveless Coat Suits Low as $6.25 Of linen finished cotton in almost any color—and they are the craze of the moment. The manufacturer's machines are working day and night. He can't keep up with half his orders. He says this store has largely made him what he is, and that's why we have been able to secure so many ready in time for holiday choosing Somehow or other thosa suits seem to ba Just as becoming to stout or slender, short er taH girls. The coat does not fasten—giving a peep at the pretty blouse underneath, the belted Bklrt is a con servative model but not too narrow. Ready Saturday will be Russian green, Copenhagen blue, tai-i, pink. ELtea 14 to 20 years. Old Building. Misses' Vacation Dresses Specially Priced $3.95 Gingham, lawn, voile and percale dresses made our way, majority ordered months ago when materials were much lower. 15 styles. Made as one likes them. All eorts of new fashions. Different kinds of pockets and collars and ehemisettes. Pleated and full gathered and plain conservation skirts. Yo'ithful belts. Pretty sleeves. Plain colors, stripes, plaids and all-over figures. Black and white, blue and white, rose and white, pale blue, almost any color. Some belted with leather. Old Untitling. Taffeta and Crepe Georgette Hats tor Vacations, $4 Of crepe Georgette transparent brims with satin crowns—or ail crepe Georgette haU with fringes or big bows or tassels. JPecoming midsummer colors such as pink, gray, sand, white, navy. Triced only $4—but they look ever so much more expensive. Just try one on, Saturday, Silk Petticoats Samples, $3.95 Better tafTeta than we usually have even In our $ 5 petticoats. Plain and changeable colors. No two alike because they are the maker's samples showing all his spring styles. Old Building. Splendid Holiday Shoes Ordered in Huge Quantities—marked with Very Small Margin of Profit Patent leather oxfords sell at $4.90 Saturday for no particular reason exccpt that the maker was anxious to pet some of our regular orders. So he sacrificcd most of his profit on these really beautiful shoes. They have full Louis heels and turned soles. Every young woman is keen for them. Five eye black kid oxfords are for older women—those who like comfortable shoe* smartly made —we have never been able to get enough of them to advertise be fore—they sell out very quickly. Price $4.40. Dull leather oxfords with Cuban heels at $4 65 look so much like finer shoes that all our younger customers are de listed with them. Patent leather pumps at $4.40 have light turned soles and Louis heels—charming to wear with silk frocks Tan leather pumps with mil itary heels at $4.65 go well with gingham, linen dresses, and silk ones, too. Quantities of splendid white shoes at all prices—pumps, ox fords and high shoes. Shoes for Small and Larger Girls White buck finish button shoes. Sizes 6 to I.Sa.Tf* Sizes gy& to 10 H $S «v Sizes 11 to 8 S8.7S Round toed laced shoes for girls who wear women's sizes 2 Vfc and larger, $4.DO. Tan goatskin shoos with rotind toes. Sizes up to 8 .. ,.$2.25 Sizes 8V4 to 10 H $2.50 Sizes 11 to 2 $3 New Building. Misses' Newest Silk Dresses, $17.50 T^RESSES that capture one's attention because they are rather original and they have the earmarks of great care in their making Black satin with folds and sash and deep organdie cuffs and chemisette. Beautiful quality of heavy crepe de chine pleated and very simple in white, rose, reseda, black, navy, French blue. Crepe Georgette with silk lin ings and elaborate machine stitchery. Fine taffeta3 picked from the maker's regular stocks. Every dress is perfectly fresh, ready for anywhere. Sizes 14 to 20 years. Old HniMlng. Holiday Waists 2000 of Them—All New 85c, $1.65, $2.95 High cost of living will take a sudden low drop in the Down-Stairs Blouse Store, Satur day. In the midst of the scarce materials and high costs of everything, we have found some of the best inexpensive shirt waists we have seen for months. All typical holiday styles. Lacy and frilly, and embroidered or plain— dozens of styles 8 Styles at 85c Voile with colored stripes, plain white voile, cord ed white voile, cross bar white voile and cross bar muslin—with heavy filet lace edging sailor collars ana tie and collars In contrasting colors and colored embroidery Silk Blouses, $2.95 Lustrous crepe de chine in flesh and white, filmy crepe Georgette and white or black Japanese habutal of the better grade. Excellent styles, every one. Some with lace or embroidered defjlgns, Old Building, Women's Bathing Suits, Ready Right kinds of bathing suits. New one-piece suito with attached bloomers which comply with seashore regu lations. Most of them wool jersey —that's the most successful bathing material anyone lias yfjt discovered Wool Jersey til p-ons as low u 14.7ft. Wool Jersey slip-ons with bloomers, $5.76 and upward Cotton Jersey suits, complete with bloomere. $1.95. 811k and cotton poplins, $5. Mohair suits. $3.7ft. Old BnJMlng, Vests, $1 Manufacturer elosed out all the odd vests he had on hand. White silk vests. Organdie vests. Striped pique vests. Double and single hi easted. Many kinds. All with straps to keep them In place. Old Building, Corsets at $1 Delayed shipment of Whtte Sale corsets of brocaded pink cotton, lightly boned for slender women, Corsets for Large Women, $1.95 Quite heavy white ooutU. pure to wear well. Reinforced front boning and elastlo Insets In the back. Old Building, All Wool Suits for Boys All wool Mega, $9.73—sizes 8 to 18 years. All wool khaki and mixtures, $11.25—sizes 8 to 18 years, Two special purchases which expert shoppers tell us we are not to be equalled In town, The suits are not only all wool, but well tailored and smart looking, as though the boy's mother really cared about her boy's appearance, Cool gnj crash units with two pairs of trouaara, aUaa I to II years, 14 9 6. Palm Beach anlta with two palra of trouaara, alaaa T to II year*, IS.il. Old Banding. Briegs-Built Clothes executed in specially woven fabrics, which in each instance were selected to harmonize with the model. $18 to $35 Agreeably Impressive Clothes and Haberdashery For Men A Straw Hat will soon be an article of necessity. We show many freshly arrived styles which arc dapper and cor rect, $2.00 to $5.00. Flannel Trousers of tenuis stripe or white, for boating, tennis, walking or lounging, $5 and $6. © tt hiihioo P«r% SHIRTS Soft shirts with collar attached; tho kind which appear smart and feel wonderfully comfortable. $1.25 to $2.50 Soft Collars Smartly cut, and soft silk neckwear to use wit'l them. Belts, handkerchiefs, underwear, garters, hose, and every dress accessory. Trunks and Bags We give a great amount of attention to this depart ment, and in it you will find a trunk, a suit ease or a bag to fit your needs, and the price is certain to prove reasonable. The Tailor, Clothier and Haberdasher 91 SMITH STREET Perth Amboy, N. J. SCIENCE CLUB PROM AT P. A. H. S. TONIGHT The second annual "prom" of the Science Club will be held this even ing in the high school auditorium. The event promises to be the most brilliant social achievement of the scholastic term. Special pains have been taken by the various committees under the supervision of Rodney Kleinhans, president of the organiza tion, to make the dance and enter tainment a great success. The audito rium has been decorated for the oc casion by a committee headed by Carl Olson. A special orchestra un der Sol Kaufman, has been pro cured for the dancing and an attrac tive program of dances and novelties has been arranged by the entertain ment committee. MISS GRAAE NAMED BY EPWORTH LEAGUE At the meeting of the Epworth League of the Simpson M. E. church held last night in the lecture room of the church the election of officers for the year took place with the fol lowing results: Miss Marina Graae, president; Miss Frances Giles, first vice president; Miss Esther Wider strom, second vice president; Miss Gertrude Walters, third vice presi dent; Miss Sophie Greiner, fourth vice president; Miss Nellie Sofield, secretary; Miss Ruth Runyon, treas urer. Following the election of offi cers the roll call for dues was called with a successful response. Following the business session a social was held under the direction of Miss Emma Greiner and her team in the recent membership campaign. The. entertainers for the occasion were Herbert Lawrence and the Rev. YVilbert Westcott. Refreshments were served. It was decided by the mem bers of the league to close the devo tional services from Juno 1 to Octo ber 1. DAY NURSERY ELECTION The annual meeting and election of officers of the Perth Amboy Day Nursery Association will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Room 103 in the high school build ing. The meeting will be an open one for all members and subscribers as well as the governors of the associa tion. The governors have been unable to reach each subscriber individually and so have appealed generally for a large attendance. GRADUATES AS NURSE Miss Anna B. Fullerton, of this city, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William p'ullerton ,of 275 New Brunswick ave nue, graduated last night from the Muhlenberg hospital In Plainfieid, where she has meen training for a nurse. Miss Fullerton with her grad uation has completed her three year training course as nurse, but will continue at the hospital until August. Mrs. William Fullerton Mrs. George Fullerton, of 275 New Brunswick ave Mlss Izola Fullerton of this city at tended the graduation exercises. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Received Too Late for Classification HELP WANTED, FEMALE DISH WASHER wanted; short hours and good pay. 119 Smith St. SITUATIONS WANTED, FEMALE I SCHOOL GIRL about 14 wishes position in private family after school and ! Saturdays. Address Helen, News. | REAL ESTATE FOR RENT THREE ROOMS, all improvements, for rent. Inquire 215 Smith St. FOR RENT, fine location, 7 rooms and bath, all improvements. The John son Co., Smith and Maple Sts. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—Buick roadster, demount able rims, two extra tires on rim, shock absorbers, first class condition, $250. Apply Mantley, Lincoln House, Metuchen 206-R. WANTED WANTED—Good, second hand roll top desk. Address C. J. S., News. M. FETTMAN, FASHIONABLE LADIES' TAILOR, 50 Smith Street. I can make your sea-shore outfit In the latest word in fashion and with the best materials, at a reasonable price. Como and see me soon and 1 guarantee you will be pleased. GRAHAM & McKEON General Con .ractora Excavating, Grading, Etc., Sand. Grave*, Broken Stone, Carting, Eta. 204 SMITH STREET 225 NEW IIItUNS WICK AVE. PATRICK WHITE & SO IMS Telephone No. 8 ENGINEERS FOUNDERS MACHINISTS General nni 9p clai Machine. Pattern. Bollc- and Blacksmith Work. Telephone 1771. C. RASMUSSEN, Heavy Auto Hauling & Rigging Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 418 CemptoB AT% Perth Am bey, N, J. Storage Ground. Second St. WELL! WELL! I'm Here at Yoar Service 1 Do Acetylene WELDING and BRAZING All Metals FRANK B. OVERTON 2B1 King St. For your eyealgbt trouble* conaull Dr. F. j. Monaghan, Optom.irUt, No. 71 Smith St. Dc'ly i:S0 to 11; 1:30 to S:!0. Monday, Friday. Saturday, till •. Tel 1771. Home appointment*. RHODES BROS. EXPRESS l«l Pkterson Bt Phone Connection. KXPRESS m id CARTINQ general rigging Local and Long Distance. riRR-nonii fob bales J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING. HE4T1NG. SHEET METAL WORK. GAR WORK AND SUPPLIES. Telephone Connection. 193 New Brunswick Ave. MUNOZ EXPRESS Storage and Trucking GENERAL RIGGERS Efltlm Cheerfully Furnished Tei^nhone Connection. 236-238 Bkerldaa 81. Perth Am boy NOTICE. We are now located at 221 Market St., opposite the C. K. R. station. Automobile service and repairs. L)r tiers in tires and tubes. Shipped or delivered. Phone 1813. ELK TAXI TIRF, AND SERVICE STATION. KEMENY, the JEWELER'S NEW STORE Cor. Smith mid State St*. High Grade Leather Goods and Pickard China. MISS S. PETERSON, Room 219 Raritan Bid®. Cor. Madison Ave. and Smith St. Hairdressing and Manicuring, Hair Goods and Toilet Supplies Masquerade Wigs for Hire fftiephone 1§4X Now at 210 SMITH STREET Corner of Maple Street n FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID