TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT 'All right/ I told him, 'What time will you be there?5 'Before midnight.5 'All right/ I said. 'I guess that's all.' 'How do you w^nt the money?' 'In hundreds is all right.' He stood up and I watched him go out. Frankie smiled at him as he went. Mr. Sing didn't look at him. He was a smooth-looking Chink all right. Some Chink. Frankie came over to the table. 'Well?' he said, 'Where did you know Mr. Sing?5 'He ships Chinamen,' Frankie said. 'Big business.5 'How long you know him?' 'He's here about two years/ Frankie said. 'Another one ship them before him. Somebody kill him.' 'Somebody will kill Mr. Sing* too.' 'Sure/ said Frankie. 'Why not? Plenty big business.' 'Some business/ I said. 'Big business/ said Frankie. 'Ship Chinamen never come back. Other Chinamen write letters say everything fine.5 Wonderful/ I said. This kind of Chinamen no understand write. Chinamen can write all rich. Eat nothing. Live on rice. Hundred thousand Chinamen here. Only three Chinese women.' 'Why?'