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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Portsmouth, New Hampshire A DRIVE FOR you join in combined movement of all Navy Yards to prevent discharge It prevent closing down of steel mills arid other This telegram has gone out A preliminary will be held in Naval Committee ha's been requested to give a It is ti to hold up and prevent further The drive be a general one and supported by every naval I M 41 M t M TAKE NOTICE I 4 4 4 4 M M I M 4 44 444 4444 THE WEATHER July and in THE ra HERALD SUN AND TIDE of 1.13 FIRST IN NEWS CIRCULATION GREATEST 6.0S jim Light at VOL. NO. 233. TWELVE N. JULY 13, 1921. PRICE TWO July of- Bandon wit ft toy the of Juno 21 Lp by Us whoso ty sonic 1 In tMa a 1 three taken gun sli LLOYD GEORGE IS ALL ARRANGED and do wilt bo uL ai No. 10; tlic at this II is chut is to IKJ I wo invn Mr. his by of Ills It Is ho wiN there liers mill his for the clu lora of thu motor anil night liy stale pi Jutting 1C of the light irny find were foil Sumo of the drivers In iti Um of of Ihc the to appear t the 352 BoyUton Boston Announce nn Exhibition SUMMER FASHIONS WOMEN'S SWEATERS i July 14 Hotel July 15 SUMMER ME. MASS. NIFTY NINE WON IN THE NINTH Young teen Nino fiame from hy n of 7 Die In Iho 7 ft. 13 i J. i it. x U at j S. Xool Mr. Hoyl of nro ill of of the New Garments we show in the Ready-to-Wear Of special in- terest SCOTTIE DRESSES of Crepe de navy and accordion each SPORT COATS of DRESSES OF CHECKED Pretty Voiles and r j r CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES of Gingham and Of the New Wash Fabrics We mention Voiles in light and dark Permanent nish in white all 44-inch Plain Color Voiles in all 59c In the Toilet Section we the new Perfumes and Toilet Preparations of Coty Roger in Bathing Shoes and B. French Co. DESTROYER PK Y PLANE Anchored for Army Bombing July 13.--The iin nt by bombing nt aen off Die CAJIO hy nwl down from plane Led did ubi at Mo lof tofl In uu lo Hink 102, HO rtl sea off Jiy assistant pof ttin urmy in test with flyers n gain si t' i July llj havn ott tlic air lo from n 10 rlan July Kaber went Into iin n ft or com this her Charter her In iho flal In with her to thn SUMMER SESSION Al of a over the not this 1 v ions 7'i Is mores ttinn which was 72, IJIH il a few hiter In Hie The faculty numbers 16, IIH Dr. J. C. K. U I. M. Messrs. Morso 0 O. M. M. IA U. N. will be in of by ThO will he II and pnd wilt bo lo n fnr of Sinn nip r n will allow lo ar Mio fi over t ns cols mi 3. linen tc the of and radio SMOKER f: United MEETING Thursday July 14, 8 P. i STATE ARMORY All Ex-Service On and TV GREAT FRANCE AND ITALY ACCEPT THE DISARMAMENT OFFER Only ot Lliu and lo ti con- of while her to purl lei hi IL La lliu only one of Uio orii lias uoL on as lo In linl U hi In rs Unit hoc wIM bo tu Hi L tu LO lui 4lio thu of of AS GORMEN Moving Picture Men Claim to Have Possible gation for having us Iho In the which other men fur 000 of n m n nl end Ihc taller of 11 11L ho li e ro hi A the -t shMil wild Hi hi 1 and n ilon ihc of Mill is ff 1 court ho had nn ord IJo Ha Id he hy Abrains Iji about i months afler ni hy IJo of. Ihe nt a whero of lo Copley that Ion of the went lo M THEY MAKE A HIT AT ELIOT n lilL the by fiy nn uf I lie Harmony ihu umi ly for Ihu M linger Htiv and were tint The n chorus by and the following ULO Your nad n I in n Cyclone up the rent of program antl the n warded tn and Policy of of 01.0 FORT TO fort srl up and fur of Iho I ill In be ihc of Iho at Ink en Ar- nt iwo of Iho to of thu and nn a graves of the on Col. Al. of former of tlm Secretary a from navy Unit Iho U. has to tho to country pud her is MERCHANT 131 P. SINCE WAR July bun hy PIT fine Iho of to n hy the tif Ihu the UAH than ninety lOMM Jit I ION la to 050 tif 10 i j or of Farewell Gathering at Hotel Rockingham Friday A la to be given the H who nrc lo navy by merce 15 .at Tlic aro of at this V. K akle Ihu It. v for which ivill hn not ho oT ihu Chamber ot of of nf Vvho so In- All will bo inny hu ni tho office or Iho or licra ijf Ilia in O. with pf not July J R. Tho will held ut wlU uL EXTRA f bodies ot n of ilin In have lioen cil o first Imn A FEW OF THE SNAPPIEST AND UP-TO-DATE Pebbles 3368 Slur Star 18750 I 18.758 18721. One Happy 3376 H Open Evenings and Wednesday Afternoons for Your
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