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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1921, Portsmouth, New Hampshire THE WEATHER Washington May cloudy tonight and er Thursday frost In ex- places tonight Moderate northwest winds PORTSMOUTH HERALD FIRST IN NEWS CIRCULATION GREATEST SUN AND TIDE Standard Sun Sets 7.02 of I High a in S 50 11 in Moon KctH y 2.27 u in Aulp humps 7.32 in VOL XXXVI NO 195 PORTSMOUTH N H WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1921 Portsmouth Daily Merged THE HERALD July t 502 PRICE TWO CENTS JAPAN WOULD MAP IN FIGHT Would Be No Match for the United States Says Y M C 1A Secretary on Re- turn From East t OVy Press May to a tiw United In off Uio Y M C A seer clary Prom a to Jho Fan in on reduction of Ho said thai t Only in tho la r t e n rif ioria I could the possibility ot and that all tho friction growing df hi Isle of California would not tho war BRITISH SHIP OFF CAPE SABLE My Associated British steam In a wifeless lo boon In collision with an ship In a thick fog off Capo Sable Island early today A later Haki both were able to proceed Jl the vessel with which the collided w for St Johns WAGE REDUCTION FOR LABORERS ON Disputes of Skilled Workers Filed Since April IS to Be Promptly Decided Press reduction bo extended to all Chicago May general i classes provision made by the lion of for unskilled railroad for Ihc of oilier July 1 which was I Juno 6 It Is believed others forecast by Board of the ISO class A roads will an announcement last night will he i their application to Include shop train made the basis of reduction extending service and other clauses oC to all classes of railway employees It eea The new applications filed up lo was understood Although only would be decided a few carriers that feel also on July 1 MADAM CURIE He no Minn Aluy and a brother were tit the former secretary's ho His son Jr and hin daughter Mrs Philip of were at their homos Tho body will be take lo Chicago tonight j CHIEF MICE MAY NOT LIVE THE DAW Noted Jurist Sinking Spell Following an Operation By ted D china 10 a in lodny noL rallied v si and Chief While was op- ted upon hist In i condition for mom ho oiicr.itlon as be his at the court was imperative Ills progress nut factory until afternoon when acute dilation of heart red llo hns not rallied from thla condition nnd his Is not CANADA MAY CONFISCATE ALL SUDDENLY lly May Howl of the Wads worth Co after h lit Iti i subway station to died on lie way to a hospital lie SO years of age salil bad fully re- covered from of sen during voyage to K LANE FORMER CABINET MEMBER DEAD Ely K Untie fonnier of lire died at a from on nil Eel S to developed An Joday Mny Die government to nil prl vale filock and to compensate owners for the Is lo bo Introduced In the legislature Iho Toronto Globe said It been ported Tho to give higher possible to the new lauF PLAN FOUR MAINE BRIDGES Me slate Highway Commission tins decided to build four bridyes year by joint appropriation with towns River over Mou surn lilver in this town Is the a of This town pays half ot tiers arc nt ami two In the town of Smyrna Remarkably Dresses Are shown in our Suit Room this week for both Children and Ladies The Children's Dresses are in pretty checked and plaid ginghams in pink blue and green tones and plain colored organdies in the delicate shades sizes 6 to 14 years in price to The Ladies Dresses show all the wanted summer fabrics in the most desirable colorings and checked ginghams dotted organdies and voiles and flowered voiles of exceptional beauty are also plain color linens crepe de chine Canton crepe and georgette dresses exclusive styles Prices range from to t En the Dress Goods Section We show new lines of voile imported Swiss organdies muslins cartridge silks Canton crepes and crepe de chines Indestructible voile pussy GROCERY HOUSE DOES DAMAGE May employees of Ihn Hay Co n departure for tho north raid when Hro on the 4th ami floor All In The lo a lost nl TO PRESIDENT OF MEXICO City May tl of Francisco failed to and fell This tho warning sont 10 dent hist by of the Chamber of aml ifm t in a ed at a caucus of the liberal BERGDOLL COUNSEL BEFORE CONGRESS FOR CONTEMPT Ordered to Appear After Refusing to Answer Question of Committee In- i i Escape of Client AT YARD Uy him brother May how money or Now York for hlm ih c tin ten ding U watt not i ver In marl matter When lie before tu ho bar of the of donco today for j ehu hu t testify the In was no ob- committee Clock to Remain the New Schedule in Effect May On Monday May US tup working hours at the navy yard will bo ed lo conform with of all other establishment a In tho Naval Thin wus decided upon and Is not done ua a ItKht movement hut to conform with tlie headquarters of the district Under the present of hours the on between and Host on navy been conflicting at hours during days On be of the tho em- ployee will a m and Hull at 3.30 p in yard clocks will nol be and Ma tho will arrange a train schedule to meet tho situation brought about by the now working hours at the ro- MAKE a large re- turn f PUBLIC SERVICE I TAKE NO ACTION ON NAVY YARD TRAIN HORSE CLIMBS STAIRS INTO HANOVER STORE Alay drily i i i n i a by M J Work Old Oaken Bucket and lo Save Aged Weare i tho shop or IB Home I w uf a Weare work Tho COAL TROUBLES HAVE willow taffetas and whippoorwill fancy George B French Co Associated Williamson Va received here from the upper ug TUver Valley Indicated had been The faction in the Industrial Lances gnvc no indication that uny were led Kentucky guardsmen us well an WUHL Virginia police con- to hold their positions i Old Bucket hy DIG of coupled with oT litio with rVf provident ot i OH lender I MM the property 8 of from by AIV wife with A and Alten find I from fie in Kfr In fo hUil an and tho the and Mr lo room mx wi mi- til Mr firm Ion had fully cx- rider Iho of before niv of 1 lo landed tho rtf a tin Other but in of In innJtlJij niu lire In JUKI on Iho iv Tlic In well thV of Ihn Mr In up a inH the water t in n 1 ii WH a In HVo house on nnd 11 not ar- MEN SUFFER Mny of aid to Immigration service in Illegally In country was today hy com ner general Husband Ifc the ic of 40 Indiana deserters fron a whip employed In Connecticut former service were walking the without work The Koat In- held Boston n by MILS n liv Die of her hoine EXETER FARMERS EXCHANGE BUSINESS IS GOOD IN APRIL ot waii tho moat In the of the exchange teen rnlxcrl of handled live onu ono potatoes four cara of lime eleven of tiliser and a of and making a of for tho month The of Ing Vinx per cent March and April should re-ally be considered together ns much of Die delivered In April tually nohl In March In teen tarn four at might and earn of lime received making h for Die month at a com of 6.1 per cent nil cost for Iho I Wo I per cent The low cont of doing Is possible by that I hero oro no to no Tho Service titter b of Iho Yard on Iho ro- that In for yard workmen de- It was nol for them Lo The ruled If the n M H It and waa no or to them It wan hero would be no run son for If the change IH tcr train will leave at 3.40 n in train from at and I will ho lint train to navy yard and that at j Veil Main will ho net lo meet the how Some of Iho connections will ho broken B A M DISCONTINUE BRANCH LINE WILL PRESENT PROGRAM M 18 pj a of he Maine ro Us to In- or Adi or Missionary ty will an Interesting oven Ing In Chi Tlie llov Or will give an will bo violin nml notes and All me cordially Invited to attend lo it Tho branch ln Iho RUMMAGE SALE St Church Vestry from 10 n m lo 5 p in 10th to 12 m he BOSTON BEEF CO Will Have a Two Days Sale Thursday and Friday Compound Ib Tender Ibs for Pork to Ib Salt Pork Ibs for Heavy Steer Corned Ib Pail Pure And Many Others Marked Very Low Removal Notice Having moved my tailoring establishment from Con- grew Street to my present location at 148 State Street I am now in a position to please my old customers and new as well in a most approved manner Ladies Tailor Made Suits will be my Specialty Our New Spring Clothes will please you Drop in and look them over ML S PHILADELPHIA LADIES TAILOR Half Block Below Court House 148 State Street
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