The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
Sept. 9, TuesdayP.3 The C.P.O.S. announced that the economy seats in the ships going back to China had been reserved for the Shantung workers who had served in France during the war time period. All other Overseas Chinese who intended to return to China should take the Steamer on Sept. 15.Otherwise, they would not be able to book for economy seats in other liners2. The Japanese Students in Vancouver had set up a Student Association for self-improvement and self-interest. The Chinese Times praised this achievement of the Japanese Students and felt ashamed of the Chinese Students who were non-enthusiastic, uncooperative and unwilling to develop their potentials.3. The B.C. Retail Merchants United Association held a 2nd Anniversary Party. The President asserted that the Canadians had dedicated themselves to fight in the European war. However, most of the economy in Vancouver had been exploited by the Chinese and European immigrants; this meant that the returning Canadian soldiers might be unable to find a living. The questionremained how to stop the East landian merchants from expanding their business.4. The Chinese vegetable merchants were trying to cancel the annual $50 license fee, and the case was brought to the court. They attorney for the Chinese merchants asserted that the Chinese sold their products at a much lower price than other merchants. To pay the $50 fee would mean putting them out of work.5. 'The Chinese Workers1 Monthly1 was published to united the Chinese workers, to promote knowledge and to fight for the power of the workers. The headquarter was in New York and the agent in Canada was the Chinese Labourers' Assn
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