game and bank his dollars long before that evil day arrives.
That certain crafts should pass from White
men to Yellow men is nothing to him — a Jew-a citizen of the world.
He likes a docile Mongol, whom, if need be, he can cuff and cheat, with no great risk of a returning blow.
The Hebrew shops
are, therefore, full of Yellow-men.
It is from this connection with the Jews of San Francisco
, that John has got his droll idea that the Melicans crucified Christ
— a crime for which John Chinaman
mildly suspects and hates all Melican men!
Yin Yung drew his brethren to Isaacs
's shop, and for a year or so Isaacs
drove a rattling trade in English boots and shoes; being able to run down prices in Montgomery Street, and force the other makers to employ Chinese
What cared the Jew?
He lowered his rate of wages.
One by one his White
men left him. Isaacs
took on more Chinese
, Yin Yung being now expert enough to instruct them in their trade.
Then Yin Yung left him also; left him to engage in business on his own account.
To-day Yin Yung is a big man, keeping a large shop, and having a good repute.
While he was Isaacs
's thrall, he took the Hebrew
's cuffs and