The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
JUNE 14 (SATURDAY)P.I 1) A continuation of the comment on the Chinese immigration laws in U.S. & Cnada.P.3 2) It was reported on the Englsh newspaper that the Chinese intended to half raise the flag and display flower wreaths on July 1 as a means of showing their frustration and dictontent towards restrictive Chinese immigration laws. (These were only predictions of the whites.)P.3 3) A Chinese pointed out the reason why the Chinese people were so anxious about the registration regulation was th^at in the periods abetween 1904 and 1912, many Chinese cam to Canada using other people's tickets, as a result the names on the ticket did not agree with their own. When they arrived in Canada, they were issued an identity card which later became worn out or lost. A number of people had thus tried to request the immigration office to issue a sup- plementary identity card. Though they could find someone who came to Canda on the same ship with them to prove their year and port of entry, their names were however not found on the ship passengers' list because they had used othe people's tickets. Consequently, they failed to get a supplementary id- entity card. Thus, the registration regulation was certainly a menace to those who would eventually be screened out upon registration. They now hoped that the immigration i officers could be acknowledged of such facts and be considerate and lenient towards them.P.3 4) CKT (EDMONTON). Warmly welcomed & . A meeting washeld after which $500 was raised. It was also planned that door-to-door donations should be carried out.P.3 5) CKT ( ). In the meeting held to welcome & , more than $500 was raised. Door-to-door donation would be carried out soon.P.3 6) CKT (TORONTO). In a banquet held to welcome & , themembers had donated about $700 whereas CKT offered to donate $1000 for build- ing the 5-Ancestral Temple in Shanghai. It was reported in that was the leader of the New China Party ( )which was scandalous since was one of the strong opponents to that party in the 3rd General Convention. The Chee Kong members were warned not to be taken in by such and such ridicule.P.3 7) News from LETHBRIDGE. A meeting was held by CKT to welcome &The members were urged to raise funds for Kai Ping High School, had decided to give a drama performance as a means of raisingfunds. Kuomingtang and other district members (besides Kai Ping) had held banquets to welcome . Some even accompanied them to go for door- to-door donation.P.3 8) News from Winnipeg concerning Kai Ping High School. On June 8, the Kai Ping members feadi held a meeting at CBA after which a bureau for raising funds was set up. Executives were elected. President
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