I translated a few words from the body of the certificate (within the thick-lined box). The line numbers refer to the right-hand lines:
Here are Ship Manifest records for Franz Sodnik, Franz Gerchman and Franciska Urbas. I was not able to find a record for Matheus Urbas.
11 Sep 1904 arrival
20 Oct 1904 arrival
I believe I've found Mathius Urbas. The unfortunate thing is that the
enumerator took the census on 7 May 1910. Your grandmother arrived 10 days later! I also find Frank Sodnik (spelled "Soudnik") and Frank Gerchman. These are the only candidates I could find, so they have a high likelihood of being the correct people.
The Frank and Frances Gerchman family is definitely found in these years. In 1930, Anna and William have the surname "Sodnick"! Not so in 1920, but it is commonly assumed by the census enumerator that the children all have the same surname as the father. In 1930, the eldest, Frances (Sodnik) Gerchman is knows as Frances E. Gerchman and is working in the Henry Anthony family in Hartford, CT.
Here are Frank Gerchman's naturalization records. This contains a description of him and his arrival information.
In addition, here is Frank Gerchman's World War I registration card. Unfortunately, It is not a clear image:
Frank Gerchman's WWI Registration Card.