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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1921, Portsmouth, New Hampshire THE WEATHER "Washington, 'May cloudy tonight and Cool- er Thursday. Probubly frost In ex- iioscil' places tonight. J> Moderate north'and northwest winds. PORTSMOUTH HERALD FIRST IN NEWS CIRCULATION GREATEST SUN AND TIDE Standard Sun Sets 7.02 of D.iy I: I.' High ____ S.23 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 Wltll 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 ngUm to a flnifeh tiw United Kltxle's n.nd m-iiilt In Jatfun'H bt'iirg- off. Uio Oe.orgc Glcsawit, Intcmti- tkmnl Y, M. C. A. seer clary, wliSo'Kas jnrtt I'eturndd Prom a titip to (Jho Fan tSoxluy, in C'ongrciW on reduction of ni'Jiiuenil. Ho .said. thai t "Only ijliHw lividijj in tho la r t e n rif hitormit ioria I afQrire could SBCiifi-o the possibility ot wtir.bta- twcen nntl 1-JcVw- rvor, and that all tho friction growing df (hi Isle of OorKi, CNiitfL, nmcl California, would not furnish- tho cvituse rfor war. BRITISH SHIP OFF CAPE SABLE (My Associated 1'ross) Ihillfiix. Jllny British .steam reportmf In a wifeless Jtirs.sage lo hcivo boon In collision with an iinldciilincd ship In a thick fog off .Capo Sable Island early today, A later Haki both vvssuls were able to proceed. Jl ].i boMcvod, the vessel with which the -Moltby collided w lerdnV from'Halifax for St. .Johns. WAGE REDUCTION FOR LABORERS ON RAILROADSMY1 Disputes of Skilled Workers Filed Since April IS to Be Promptly Decided (By'AssocKiif'-'l Press) reduction bo extended to all Chicago, .May general reduc- i classes provision is'aa made by the lion of wagea for unskilled railroad Uoaid for Ihc lillng of oilier pcllttonH effective! July 1 which was I up'to Juno 6, uiul It Is believed others forecast by -Ihc Board of the ISO class; A. roads .will mncml :i an announcement last night will he i their application to Include .shop train made the basis of reduction extending service and other clauses oC. employ- to all classes of railway employees It eea, The new applications filed up lo was understood
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