The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
February 6 (Wednesday)P.3 1) More than $300,000 were raised by a number of cities along the Pacific coast in the U.S. to set up an association for investigating the affairs of the overseas East Asian immigrants in America. All data obtained from various cities would be sent to professor in theSociology department of the University of Chicago for writing a book on the East Asians. Seeing that the anti-Asian tide was high in Van- couver, sent his student to Vancouver for a detailed investigation. She had been to the Chinese Times, the Chinese Consulate, , Theatre, and had also talked to about the affairs of CBA. She would also go to visit various Chinese stores and associations. The Chinese were advised to give her a favourable image of China.P.3 2) Dart Coon Club (Vancouver) held a spring festival banquet on Feb. 5. More than 100 people went to the banquet.P.3 3) The case of . Upon the consistent appeal of the lawyer,and the presentation of new evidence the judge had agreed to postpone the execution of for one moflth.P.3 4) It was reported that the members of (organized by Catholicnuns) had been working very hard for the Chinese. The Chinese Hospital and the Chinese Charity School in Montreal were having the nuns fromas nurses and teachers.P.3 5) CKT (New Westminster) announced that a spring festival banquet and a f^inal election would take place on Jan. 7 (Chinese calendar).P.3 6) clarified the rumor that he had been a. member of a certainparty
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