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THE SOCIAL WORLD OUTINGS FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS this is the dull season (or activities so far as card par Fdances. club and church evente (concerned, there are many big pts to look forward to. Tonight carnival at the Rarltan Yacht will be brought to a close, barkers will again be on hand 'the various booths. Boiischwel Vs orchestra will furnish a splen musical program for the dan· |!g. One of the features of the vening will be the awarding of tho utomobile. Next Thursday the T. M. C. A. fexcursion whic-h has aroused much finterest will take place. The trip fwili be made on the steamboat Sirlus, stopping at West Point, giv ing the people of the city an oppor tunity to Inspect the U. 8. Military buildings and watch the cadets drill. The idea of Mrs. Sidney Riddle •torffer, chairman of the civics de partment of the Woman's Club. In holding a chain of card parties dur ing the summer months for the beneflt of the Perth Amboy City Hospital, has proved most popular. Several women in the city Have of fered to entertain two tables at cards during the summer for this most worthy beneflt. Monday Auguet 7, the Knights of Columbus will enjoy a sail up the Hudson, stopping at Palisades Amusement Park. This outing will attract many kiddles as well as the older folks because of the merry go-rounds, bamboo slides, scenic railways, and other delightful amusements to be found in this park. The Knights of Columbus are also busy planning: for their an nual lawn fete which will take place the latter part of the sum mer. This event attracts hundreds of people each year. Many outings have been planned by different clubs and churches to take plac<? some time during Au gust. The Simpson M. E. church will go to Asbury Park. Tomor row the Barbara Frletchs girls will enjoy a day at Palisades Park, wnne the Jr. O. U. A. M. and Elke have planned similar events. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Rar ltan Yacht Club have been holding thler usual weekly card parties ev ery Friday afternoon, with about «even tables in play each week. All club events, dances and other «octale wil again resume activities th« first of September. I CARDS AT R. Y. C. At the usual weekly card party of tfc · Indies' Auxiliary of the RarUan Yscht Club, held yesterday after noon in the assembly rooms of me clubhouse in Water street, Mrs. John Bitting was awarded first pr.ze in bridge and Mrs. Fred Sehu.ze. in five hundred. Next Friday will be "guest afternaan." The comni.t tee for the month of August will be appointed at this time. R. S. S. CLUB MEETS The R. S. S. Club held their week ly meeting at the home of Miss Irma Stankowitz. of Alpine street. A short business meeting was he'.à after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Dancing and Binging were enjoyed. Charles Brownmlller, of Wash ington street, will leave shortly for a. tour of the west. — EASTERN STAR HAS SUCCESSFUL OUTING Eastern Star member* including many Master Masons numbering In all about 4,000 from the various chapters throughout the state gath ered at Asbury Park for ι he first of a series of Rally Day excursions to the see. shore. The proceeds of these events will be added to the Eastern Star Home Fund for th erection of a home for Eastern Star members in New Jersey. Raritan Chapter Order Eastern Star of this city «as represented by about seventy who went down on the special train, leaving from the Central station at 9:30 o'clock. Emil, Warter was chairman of the local committee In charge of hte arrangements. The affair was a huge succesa and a good sum was added to th· fund for the first of these excursions. The various attractions were visited at Ocean drove and Asbury Park and In the afternoon the members of the order went to th· Casino, where they enjoyed the production of "The Storm," now being present ed at that place. The return was made at about 9 o'clock from As bury Park and was done without a mishap. PERSONAL Edward J. Doyle, of Elm atrtet. Is spending two weeks In the Cat skills. Miss Anna Hallahan has return ed to her home In Market street af ter spending several weeks with her sister in Cypress Hills, L. I. Harry Davis, of New York, visit ed friends in this city last night. Miss Grace and John B. Pitts, Jr., of phillipsburg, have returned home after spending ten days with thein. aunt, Mrs. Harry Waterbor, of Rector street. Charles Doyle, of Elm street, is spending two weeks in the Catskills. Mr. and Mre. Ralph Crowell an·! daughter Alberta, of Water street, and Miss Beatrice Crowell of Stats street motored to Atlantic City to day where they will remain over the week-end. Miss Alice Conroy, of Verona, has returned to her home after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. J. Smith, of Madison avenue. Mrs. John H. Dalton and Mrs. Lester Kuhn attended a meeting of a sewing circle at the borne of Mrs. John W. Breen in Metuchen. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kaufman, of Water street, are «pending the week end in Bradley Beach. Miss Ruth Emmons, of Madison avenue, is spending the week end with her sister. Mrs. George Willis ton, of Elizabeth. Misses Bessie and Gussie Weiner, of First street, are visiting relatives in Somerville over the week end. Maurice Cohen, of Fayette street, \isited friends in Freehold Thurs day. Mrs. John Troy and daughter Ruth, of Faterson, are the guests of 'Mrs. H. Bird of Fayette street. Miss Hazel Grimley, of State street, ha·* returned to her home after spending a week with relatives In Freehold. Alfred Larsen, of Long Branch. Is spending the week end at his home in Madison avenue. Miss Clara Gerlufsen, of Barclay street, and Miss Marie Fiorlund, of Port Monmouth, leave today for Kitchen Hints Tempting Menus BV BERTHA E. SHAPLEIQH Cooking Authority for ΝΕΑ ScttIcc and Columbia 1'nlverslty 2 cupe any cold, cooked fish 2 cups white sauce 1 cup buttered crumbs 1 pint well seasoned mashed po tatoes Salt and pepper Melt three tablespoons butter, add four tablespoons flour, one-half teaspoon salt, one-eighth teaspoon pepper, and when emooth and bub bling add two cups milk. Cook until thick. For one cup of buttered crumbs use one cup crumbs and one-fourtn cup butter, melted. Place the fl«h and sauce In layers in a baking dish, or In individual shells or dishes. Put the potatoes through a bag and rose tube, or form with a spoon a wall around the fish and sauce. Cover all but the potatoes with the buttered crumbs and set in « hot oven until the sauce bubbles through and the crumbs are brown. Salmon is a good flsh to use <n this way. and green peas are a gool accompaniment. a two wetk« vacation at Lake George, Ν. T. Mr. and Mre. Sidney Riddlestorf fer and Sidney. Jr.. leave tomorrow for "The Pinei" at Branchvllle, where the** will remain for three weeks. Mr». Walter Leighton of Keyport. spent yesterday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, of Mc Cellan street. Mrs. George Williston. of Eliza beth. and Miss Alice Williston. of Springfield. Mass.. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Emmons, of Madison avenue, yesterday. Misses Anna and Meta Holt, Mary and Christine Sindet, Olivia an;l Magdellne Pederson. Mayme Thompson and Anna Kaisen left to day for Camp .Wappawog. Conn.. where they will remain for two weeks. 1-ja.wn Festival Success Eighty dollars was realized at the lawn festival and dance, helit at the Community house Wednesday foi the benefit of the Community House Association. The different clubs which meet in the Com munity house, wish to thank all who helped in any way to make this affair a success. Woman Is Sheriff's Aid NEW YORK, July 22.—Pursuant to the last request made officially by the late Borough President M. J. Cahill of Richmond. Mrs. Ann Dow den O'Neill of Great Kills, S. I„ was sworn in a deputy «nerifï yester day. She Is the second woman in the borough to assume such a posi tion, and according to present plans of Sheriff Harry Rudolph will be assigned to the beach colonies. Mrs. O'Neill has been active in politics for some years. There has been some agitation for her to run for the County Demo cratic Committee, but she is not will ing. The Power Plant from a $1795 Car Six Cylinders—50 Horsepower—*1065 The six-cylinder motor of the Jewett is a develop ment from the Paige 6-44 motor that proved its worth in thousands of Paige cars everywhere. Last year you paid *1795 for a five-passenger tour ing car powered with this 6-44 motor—and it was then an outstanding value in the competitive field. Now, with many refinements and improvements, with the addition of force feed oiling, this superb power plant is the heart of the Jewett And the price is *1065, f. o. b. Detroit. if m mold and serviced by Paige Dealers Everywhere Central Garage 326-227 New Brunswick Ave. Ask for Demonstration Open Evenings Phone 714 HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR SJWJSH TWT2 HA1R_, UPWAPD· USE A GOOD TON 1C DON'T SHAMPOO too frequently liV MARY -NASH Actress In "Captain Applejack," Famed for Beauty of Her Hair. Good health la the first requisite for beautiful hair, for the hair is an unfailing barometer, registering the physical condition. Every healthy woman may have smooth, glossy, luxurious hair if she will give it care. Hair not cared for, no matter how plentiful, is never beautiful. The scalp must be kept clean and free from dust. This means the hair must be brushed daily with a clean brush. Brush it upward ftistead of down. This will keep It from becom ing packed down to the head. Brushing spreads the natural oil of the scalp and gives it a soft, sat iny appearance. This makes it un necessary to shampoo the hair so often. Frequent washings are not recommended because they rob the scalp of its necessary oil. Jf you will separate your hair and rub the scalp with a course Turk ish towel you can remove much dust THE LASTEST STYLE \i Pockets may useful, hut they riust be ornamental. So If you ar« buying an advance model of the new separate skirts for autumn look well to the pockets. Kmbroidered borders of striking solors are the newest thing about fall skirts. Thesfi borders, indeed, were shown on many of the smart îst summer skirts of white. Black, brown, gray, navy blue ind tan are the colors shown a» Dackgrounds for the vivid embroid ered or woven bands, often 15 inch es deep. The pockets are likely to be , strange and wonderful things of, odd sizes and shapes. Otherwise ! akirts remain about the samr* width, are slightly longer, and are i shown in both plain and pleated j models. Girl Scouts Have Hike The Ockanlckon Camp Fire Girls hiked to Sea Ereeze on Thursday wheres they enjoyed a frankfurter roast. Camp songs were sung iround the fire. The meeting of the ;amp fire has been postponed until next Thursday night at the home . of thir guardian, Mrs. Comgy, in Fords. BLCE RIBBON SHOE REPAIRING Men's Sole·, sewed, O'Sullivan's Heels $1.50 Ladies' Soles sewed, O'Sullivan's Heels SI.25 3pecial Attention to Children': Shoes New Shoes for Iiadlc' 98c First Class Shoe Shining 51 SMITH STREET MILADY Β BEAUTY PAHJ Or) A. 811,L. PROP. HOURS—· A. M 11 I P. .1 TUESDAY. FRÏDAI AND SATURDAY UNTIL » P. IL TO SMITH STREET PHONB 1(1 PERTH A1UOT. N. i. A and keep your scalp free from dand ruff. For the average woman once a month is often enough to shampoo. If the hair is excessively oily this should be corrected by a tonic. XJse only the purest soaps. An ex cellent soap jelly is made by melting a bar of pure castile soap in a quart of boiling water. This may be deli cately perfumed if you like. Use a good reliable tonic once or twice a week and massage it care fully into the scalp. There is no better hairgrower than vaseline or crude oil, but in using these care should be taken they are applied only to the scalp and not allowed to get on the har. Air and sunlight are absolutely necessary. When at home it is well to let your hair hang unconflned frequently and give it a sun bath whenever you have time. Regular clipping of the hair is ad visable. While it is a good plan to go to a hairdresser and have regular hair treatments, practically any woman can get the same results for herself at home. IF YOU ARE WELL BRED You remember It Is a woraan'j privilege to bow flrst when she meets any men acquaintances. A young unmarried womin usual ly waits to be recognized flrst by an older or married woman. The courteous woman never fails ta recognize in all public placea those who serve her in any capaci ty, or those she patronizes. Gossamer Cai>es At the English derby gossamer capes were introduced. These were waist length affairs of fine Spanish lace with ruche collars of petaled taffeta. NOW DO MY WORKWITHEASE ; Because Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Re stored My Health Hornell. N. Y. — "I was in bad health but there didn't seem to be any one thing the matter with me. I waa tired out all over and it was an ef fort for me to move. I waa irri table and could not sleep nights and had trouble with my bowels and at my periods. It seemed that nearly every one around mo knew of your medicine and wanted me to try it, so at last I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Tablets and Lydia E. Pinkham s Blood Medi cine and improved every day. I do all my own work now except the wash ing and do it with ease. I can accom plish as much in a day now as it would have taken me a week to do last winter and I try to get every one I know to take your medicine to build them up. You are welcome to use this letter as a testimonial if you like."—Mrs. Chas. Baker. 21 Spen cer Ave., Homell, N.Y. In almost every neighborhood there are women who know of the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. They know because they have taken it and have been helped. Why don't you give it a trial Î GEORGE H. THOMPSON CARPENTER AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to 87 LEWIS ST. PHONE 1409-W THE COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTER» Perth A m hoy. N. J. 101 New Bran·wick Ave. Phone 115* PREMIER LADIES' SHO. SPECIALISTS HAIR BOBBING. DYEING. 7IJRL1NO. SCAT.Ρ TREATMENT SHAM· ΡΟΟΙΝΌ AND FACIAL MASSAGE. r>ana Hall, 224 Smith, one flight up Sours: 9 A. M.. 8 P. M.. Saturday 10 P. M. Telephone 889-M. ft. D'ANGELO, Proprietor Your Health (By Dr. R. H. Bishop) "Hot Weather Stroked" If you are in such a run-down | condition tbat you fail to perspire in hot weather, look out that you do ! not have a sunstroke. The skin of a victim of sunstroke is hot and dry and the pulee is rapid but weak. There will be temperature from 106 to 110 degrees with the pupils of the eyes contracted. First aid in the cases of sunstroke consists of cooling Λΐιβ victim as I quickly as possible. Get him Into a ! shady spot and raise the head. Quickly remove the clothing and be gin pouring cold water over him. It is best to start at the head and go down the body. The water should be poured from a height of three or four feet. Continue until the patient recovers consciousness. Frequently It is necessary to put an ice-bag on the head. Heat prostration Is due to the effect of high temperature on the body. Hoavy physical exertion is usually the Immediate cause. The temperature of a person ex hausted by the heat rarely rises above 103 degrees and may be he low normal, tho face Is pale the skin cool and covered with cool perspira tion, and the patient Is conscious. The first thing to do In such cases is to call a physician, but there are some things you can do before the doctor arrives. The patient should be removed to as cool a place as pos sible, placed flat on the tack, with the head low, and a light covering thrown over his body. A mild stimu lant may be given. HOPELAWN At a special meeting: ol all the Township Committeemen held last night at the flrehouse, it was de cided to purchase ground between May and Slither streets and between Clyde and Houart streets in order that Allen street might be extended, making a straight road from New Brunswick avenue all the way to the public school. Dr. Salter, chairman of the meeting, asked if there were any objections to the proposed sew er system, and none were made. The sewer may be started next winter. Mark McCabe, Gene and William Hitigar spent Tuesday and Wednes day in South Amboy. A drill of the local flre company, which was attended by practically every member was held Wednes day night. The new Hopelawn flrehouse will be officially opened today at a din ner and reception. About ninety-five people are expected to be present. Suspcct Victim of Foul Play ASBURY PARK, July 22.—An in vestigation was begun by police to day to determine the whereabouts of Cooper Gilbert, a bookkeeper of Gates Furniture Store, on Main street, who disappeared July 4 and not been heard of since. Police sus pect Gilbert is a victim of foul play. ADVENTURES OF THE.TWINS | I ■ BT OUT· ROBERTS BARTON — ■■ ■ - .— J "Snuffles Aids Baby Robins" "Dr Snuffles! Dr. Snuffles!" call ed Nancy to the kind little fairy gen tleman who doctored all the crea tures In Outdoor Land. "Here's Mrs. Robin to see you." "All right, I'll be down In a min ute," called the doctor, shaving, so he hurried. "Wby, Mrs. Robin, how do you Still Smiles .1 Mrs. Molla BJurstedt Mallory upon her arrival from England was a bit peeved about some of the ntorlea of her repartee with Suzanne Lenglen after Suzanne 'had trimmed her for the world ten nis title. But she still can smile, as you see; despite her defeat. do!" he said. "You don't look a bit sick." "And neither I am," aniwered Mrs. Robin, sadly shaking her head. "It'a not I. doctor. It's—It'·, oh, doctor, I'm so mortified! It's my new babies! They hatched out of their eggs yesterday and Instead of being > lovely little fluffy darlings, a· I had expected, they're as bare a* door knobs. There Isn't a feather or· a bit of fuzz on them and they look awful. I'm so disappointed!" Mrs. Robin began to cry. "Never mind, madam," aald Dr. ! Snuffles. "I think I can help you. I'll give you something that Will < make your children have lovely eoft feathers In about three weeks' I Dr. Snuffles called to Nlok to bring him some milkweed and poke berries. These he squeezed and mixed together. Then he handed Mrs. Robin a bottle with some In structions. "Will that medicine really do any good?" asked Nancy when Mrs. Robin had gone. "I thought all baby robins were bare and It took three weeks for their feathers to grow." "That's right," nodded Dr. Snuf fles, "It does. But In the meantime Mrs. Robin won't be worrying her head off, and that medicine won't hurt 'em a bit. There are trick· to 4 all trades, my dear." (To Be Continued) · (Copyright, 1922, ΝΕΑ Service) LUI UU5II uo * · — — raittec, Mrs. R. P. Mason chairman Is making an effort to raise mone> (or its charitable and olv<o lm provement work by the aala M Dxi Pont's household oement. This exceedingly useful oemeir for mending cut glass, china, leath er, wood, etc., cornea In oonvtniet? tubes, ready for Immediate u*i keeps indefinitely. Everyone buying thli cement wi.' afford themselves an economy l> savlhK the things It will mend, hel, the club in its work and also heti the city. Tli RG S$ S to r'c;; Pre-Inventory Specials For This Afternoon and Evening Palm Olive Soap Infants' Shoes Black, Brown and White Shoes and I'umps; patent and dull. Pair 95c The regular 10c cake ; Special at Mavis Talcum 6c Save 9c on each can. Special at can 16c Dressing Sacques Made of figured Crepe in pretty patterns with sateen tr'uiming. C7#» Each vIC Women's Girdles Of pink eoutil, comfort able and strong. 59c wearing at Summer Crib Blankets A special lot of wliite, light weight blankets; blue and pink borders. 07/» Reg. 39c; at ^ Women's Drawers White Muslin with lace trimming; closed and open styles. Special; pair 45c Gillette • Razors Razor and three blades in vplvet lined case; regular $1.00. Complete 81c Traveling Sets Consisting of two coat hangers and combination shoe trees and shoe horn. 45c i: Ready Monday 1 PEBBLE TUSSAH 1175 Yards On Sale I 36 inches wide; fine silk lustre, will meke rich dresses for Women and children. Also suitable for men's Shirts. Good value at 59c. Special; yard N 4'