Bells will ring out today at 3:47 this afternoon in Portsmouth and other Seacoast locals in remembrance of the signing of the Portsmouth Peace Treaty on this date back in 1905. Today is the 107th anniversary of the signing of that treaty in Portsmouth, which essentially ended the Russo-Japanese War. Bells will be ringing from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, in Portsmouth’s Market Square, and from a variety of Portsmouth Churches. Also participating are churches in Kittery and Eliot, Maine. The commemorations were set up after passage of legislation which was pushed by Gov. John Lynch in 2010. Celebrations are also set to occur at The John Paul Jones House museum and also at Temple Israel.