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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921
Given by the High Life Club
At Lihue Armory
Saturday Evening, August 6, 1921
. At 8 o'clock
J A Bull Fight In Madrid
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permission to publish from time to
time, letters received from Miss Ed
ith Il'ce, eldest daughter of Senator
and Mrs. C. A. Rico, who is at pres
ent time traveling in Europe. The
ljttcr published below was written
while she was in Madrid, and gra
phically describes a bull fight which
Pasco del Prado,
May 9, 1921.
Yesterday' afternoon we went to
see our bull fight, and I want to
writs you all about It, as 1 promised
while everything Is fresh in my mind.
At a quarter of four we left here
in one of the funny Spanish carri
ages, where two are suited opposite
the other two (one isn't supposed to
have knees) and Jrunted out to the
bull ring, where we arrived In plenty
of time to enjoy the crowd, which
was hrge, as well as interesting and
picturesque. We had plenty of seats
in ihe front row on the first bal
cony, there are ten or twelve, and
under them are rows of seats most
ly occupied by men. We were for
tunie in having our seats in the
riefore the performance began.
hundreds of men stood in the ring,
which is about a hundred yards or a
little less (the seating capacity is
14.000 mid it wus tested yesterday).
Promptly at half past four, two cava
liers in ancient Spanish dress came
in on their beautiful prancing horses,
and drove the people to their places.
Then followed a procession of the
toreadors, all in gorgeous costumes,
much embroidered in gold and silver.
They all wear their hair in funny
short queues and have strange shap
ed black hats, and bright colored
capes with which to tease and de
ceive the bulls. The key of the
irena is thrown in, and the door to
the dens is unlocked, and in rushes
the bull, and of course charges the
first flaunting red cape that he sees.
Then comes the part we all hated
ind felt could, and should, be dis
pensed with, the picadores and their
poor defenseless old skates of horses.
The picador pokes the bull with a
sort of spear and of course, he, In
furiated dashes on the horse and
man', and often gores the poor animal
frightfully. The picadores have num
erous falls, but luckily we saw no
casualties, however, several poor old
horse3 were killed or had to be
killed. It was really horrid, but the
next two parts were not at all re
volting, and were really skillful. The W
I heraer, were taken off (the live ones)
I and the toreadors have a great deal
of excitement with the angry bull,
flnuntlng their capes at him, and
( then jumping nimbly out of the
way, or If necessary they take speed
ily to their heels, and hop over tho
'harrier, or behind one of the six
ranged around the hall.
Twice, two daredevilish fellows Just
got behind in time to escape being
Next, the bumlevilla begins, they
are the darts that are stuck into the
neck of the bull, a very difficult feat,
generally performed by the espada,
or le.uiing man, who meets the rush
of th9 bull, with a dart in each hand,
which he sticks into the animal's
neck and dodges cleverly out of the
Then the last part begins, and
the espada takes a sharp, flexible
sword, and after much maneuvering
kills the bull. There are two ways,
the usual one of plunging tho sword
downward through the animal's back
to his heart, or the very exception
ally dangerous and dexterous way,
(which we saw Lurila perform on the
fourth bull) of standing still, and
letting the bull run onto the sword.
Then all is over, tho carcasses are
dragged off by mule teams, the es
pada receives the applause of the
crowd, and the next bull conies in.
Six bulls were killed during the af
ternoon by the three espadaes Lar
ita and Algabeno II (the best in
Spain) and another man; we only
saw the first four, as that was all
Mrs. Cox could stand. The first one
was very brave, and l-arita tine
idol of the people) dispatched him
very well, the second (algabeno's)
was rather sullen, the third was good
and the fourth, also fifhrita's, was
very wild, and we heur was very
skillfully killed, by ihe running on
the sword performance.
Afterwards everyone stood up and
shouted and threw their hats, cigars,
etc., into the ring at his feet! He.
remarkably enough, Is not a very
young man, but is about forty-five,
and rather portly. He was very fine
to watch. Strange to say, none of us
felt badly for the bulls, they were
too vicious for sympathy, and tho
men were wonderful, and the cos
tumes made a brilliant picture.
With a great deal of love
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would rather seo their pitcher in the
box end have the home team lose
than to havo any other pitcher and
the team win. These fans were root
ing against Koloa in the Grove Farm
game because their pitcher was not
working that day.
Tilly is going great guns Just now
and v illi any kind of support he
should win. McBryde fans are pray
ing that Tilly will Btay right until
the Makee game. If Tilly is right
and Jonah is right, (hen all roads
will certainly lead to Kapaa that
Makee is supposed to meet the En
ginoers. but as the Engineers are
pau they will lay off. The Makee
team laid off on the 2 Uh and had a
chance to play tho Navy team that
Played Lihue tbout six weeks ago,
They declined, sayinj; that they
wnn ted to rest Jonah. If last Sun
day's game is a sample of what Jo
nah dees after a rest, we would pre
scribe a double-header for Jonah this
coming Sunday, as a proper prescrip
tion before the Lihue game..
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
that Sunday Is his day and if he Is
right and the team behind hlin is
right, the fans will be given a treat.
Jimmy Burgess has a strong club
and If he can only get them started
right he will give any team on the
circuit plenty to wory about. Jimmy
has an all scholastic infield and a
fast outfield, but the boys do not
seem to be able to find themselves.
Jimmy hopes to get them Into their
stride by Sunday and with Lihue anx
ious to comeback it should be a bat
Hatting averages as compiled by
the official scorer of the Makees,
show Tsunehirq In the lead with
.412; Rodrigues .400; Hee .351; Aha
na .209; Soong .250; Dol .250; Yo
shida .231; Cummings .227; King
.156; Morita .100. Averages includ
ed last Sunday's game at Koloa.
Makaweli travels to Lihue and
meets Lihue. The West Enders hold
a decision over Lihue and they are
coming over with the idea of mak
ing it two in a row. Lihue is out
for revenge and as they have lost the
lust two games they aro all the more
bound that the tail-enders are not
going to beat them. A few knock
ers have been saying that Lihue is
bound for the cellar but there was
no listgrace in losing last Sunday's
gnmo. Wramp had the Lihue lads
swinging like well oiled gatos at
thair last meeting and is not at all
likely that he will start against them
MHsi'moto hurled a fine game last
Sunday and may start again. Marcel
lino Teves has pitched some hard luck
games for Lihue, but never seems to
get the proper support. It may be
All persons in debt to K. Tominaga,
who has been, doing business at
Kapaa, District of Kawalhau, Coun
ty of Kauai, under the name of K.
Tominaga, are hereby notified that
they must settle such debts with
out delay, with the undersigned, at
his office at Kapaa, Kawaihau, Ka
M. S. HENItlQUES, Trustee.
K. TOMINAOA'S, Creditors.
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Bank of Kauat, Ltd.
has been postponed to Saturday, Oc
tober 1st, 1921, at 9 a. m., at the of
fice of the Bank at Kapaa, Kauai.
W. V. LEE, Cashier.
Furniture and equipment for bak
ery and coffee shop. See M. S. Hen
riques, Kapaa. 4-t
Harley-Davidson motorcycle, over
hauled, excellent condition. Cheap.
Cash or terms. C. It. Webster, Ka
Here is the complete Kohto
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Note tho simplicity of
its construction, its clean-cut
appearance, its sturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
sence of the usual bank of
large glass battery cells. There
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: its efficient
four-cylinder, waterpooled ;iiio-
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
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They are just received from the factory and are the prettiest
shoes that we havy seen for a long time. Mad.- with. turn soles,
long narrow toes and slender French heels.
Huckles of different designs to suit the individual taste.
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Whit.-Hat in 10.00
Silver Clulh 12.50
White Kid 12.50 to 15.00
lilack Suede 15.00
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Announcement is made by Dr. A.
L. Andrews, president of the Terri
torial Educational Conference, that
in view of the exceptional opportun
ity offered by the Pan-Pacific Edu
cational Conference to be held in
Honolulu this summer, it has seem
ed advisable not to hold a meet
ing of the Territorial Conference thH
year. .The second Territorial Edu
cational Conference is therefore
postponed until September, lf-22.
The directors of the Pan Pacific
Educational Conference have ex-
tendad to the members of the Terri
torial Educational Conference a cor
dial Invitation to attend its meet
ings which are to be -held in the
Throne Room of the Capitol, begin
ning August' 11. Teachers in the
Territory will undoubtedly welcome
this opportunity to meet the many
educators from the Jands bordering
on the Pacific who are to attend
this conference, and to become ac
quainted with the progress of educa
tion ir its Inter-national aspects.
Tip Top Theatre
"IHE SILVER HORDE"
W. 3. HARI
CARD OF THANKS
Manuel G. Sllva Sr. wishes to
thank all the kind frineds who were
so kind to his family and to him at
the time of the death of his little
son, Manuel G. Silva, Jr. Adv.
The music furnished by the High
Life Club at the Tip Top last Fri
day night was exceptionally good, es
pecially the violin playing by Chas.
The Cut Direct.
Kitty, aged four, had been naughty
and her father had had to administer
vigorous correction before going to
business. That an impression had
been made was apparent when, on his
return from business in the evening,
Kitty called upstairs with frigid polite
ness: "Mother, your husband's home."
TOM IlliX in "THE DAREDEVIL"
CECIL RALEIGH in
"HEARTS ARE TRUMPS"
LOIS WEBER in
"WHAT'S WORTH WHILE"