Are Causing Trouble In All Big Cities,” Kingston
March 6, 1930. Page 01.
Parade Scheduled for This
Afternoon in Toronto – Riot in London
TORONTO, March 6 – Communists and thousands
of unemployed gathered today in all parts of the world in a great
mass demonstration against unemployment. Already disorders have
broken out in many cities, with numerous injuries being reported as
police strove to stem the Red tide. In London, New York, Chicago,
Paris, Berlin, Vienna and other centres police were mobilized late
last night and early today, with special guards being mounted over
homes of prominent citizens and public buildings. Five persons were
injured when police dispersed a meeting on Tower Hill, within the
shadow of the Tower of London.
Police armed with tear gas
bombs broke up a gathering outside the White House at Washington.
New York City, 26,000 police and firemen are awaiting a mass meeting
that has been scheduled in Union Square.
police are in constant patrol in Berlin. The Saxon government has
banned open air meetings. Prague, Reval, Vienna, Bucharest and other
capitals are guarded, and in Rome, too, police are awaiting.
day dawned quietly in Toronto. A parade has been scheduled for three
o’clock this afternoon. The line of march being from the Parliament
Buildings n Queen’s Park, scene of disorder some months ago, to the
City Hall, where leaders of the party are scheduled to address their
meeting will be held in Winnipeg tonight, and again, every precaution
has been taken to ensure orderly conduct on the part of the