Foreign News: Carp

Last week, with the U. S. Pacific armada war-gaming nearer Japan than ever before, with U. S. textile men tearing their hair about a Japanese commercial invasion, with William Randolph Hearst pumping the U. S. full of what a shame it is that all sorts of Japanese goods sell so cheap, the two nations continued to offer each other the handclasp of friendship in many a place and many a different way:

¶ In Tokyo Japan's divine Emperor graciously received goodwill-touring Admiral Frank B. Upham of the U. S. Asiatic Fleet, 50,000 of whose...

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