Montreal (Dec. 3)
In the past the Jews of Canada knew of the burning cross of the Ku Klux Klan only through reading reports and stories coming from the United States, but of late they have had the opportunity to see this symbol of the "Invisible Empire" with their own eyes. For many burning crosses have been seen in various parts of Ontario, Canada’s largest province, and in other serious of the country. It is becoming almost a daily occurrence and the path of the cross of the Kim covers many towns and villages and cities. Recently a burning cross was discovered on the campus of the University of Toronto.
These crosses, soaked in oil are all approximately twelve feet high and seven feet wide. The police of Ontario is now making a diligent search for those who make and are responsible for the burning of these Klan symbols.
So far one arrest has been made in connection with the activities of the K. K. K. here in Canada. A man by the name of Monteith has been brought before the law for soliciting members for the Klan. He conducted his activities mainly in the vicinity of Hamilton, where he had already succeeded in organizing a branch of the K. K. K. having a membership of thirty-two. Since Canada has not legally outlawed the Klan, this man Monteith has been apprehended on the technical charge of carrying concealed weapons on his person.