The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 14th, Wed. P.31. The drama performance was to be held on the 16th and 17th. There were 3types of tickets:Honorary tickets $1 or more.1st Class tickets $ .50 2nd Class tickets $ .25 Regular Tickets $ .10 There were already quite a lot of ticket buyers.2. There had been a riot in the C.B.A. on Oct. 8th, 1916, and the case was brought to court. The executives "&1(Chief editor of the New Republic) of causing the riot. Howeveralso sued the executives. Thus, the case became more complicated and aftera few months of defending in court, the executives were released while the, _, A-3"V - 6s party of I *J «%\j "^AQ, was found guilty, some were fined$75 or 3 months in prison. 4~ L\ 1\ was the only person who was detailed for further court hearings.3. The Chee Kong Reading room held the 2nd speech day, the talks were mostly on rationalism. ( + March 15th Thursday P.3 and March 16th, Friday, P.3).4. A gambling club was closed down by the police in Calgary. 65 Chinese were arrested. The heads were bailed out at $100 and the gamblers were bailed out at $25
華裔加拿大人--不列顛哥倫比亞--溫哥華--歷史--報紙華人--不列顛哥倫比亞--溫哥華--歷史--報紙中國--歷史--二十世紀--報紙加拿大--歷史--二十世紀--報紙不列顛哥倫比亞--歷史--二十世紀--報紙溫哥華 (不列顛哥倫比亞)-- 歷史--二十世紀--報紙Chinese Canadians--NewspapersChinese--NewspapersChinese Canadians--British Columbia--Vancouver--NewspapersChinese--British Columbia--Vancouver--Newspapers
Tai Hon Kong Bo Ltd.
Copyright the Chinese Freemasons of Canada.