Foreign News: At Cape Kronotsky

At Cape Kronotsky Any U. S. citizen who is qualified to order a Businessman's Lunch knows one of the most important products of Russo-Japanese commerce: crabmeat salad. Tinned crabmeat sold in the U. S. comes from the terrible nippers of huge sea crabs (Tarabha ) that breed in the cold rocky inlets of Russia's Kamchatka. They are caught offshore by Japanese fishermen.

Recently three Japanese crabbers, from the fishing vessel Fumi Maru, were said to have attempted to land at Cape Kronotsky, Kamchatka, in a small boat in search for water. Spy scares are...

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