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It was two oclock in the Alter afternoon Alternoon
noon and fiercely hot when we wethreaded wethreaded
threaded our way through an eager eagercrowd eagercrowd
crowd moving beneath the lines of offlags offlags
flags which overhung the scorch scorching scorchfug
fug streets towards the Plaza de detaros detoros
taros or bull ring Half the city cityeetned cityseetned
eetned to be progressing that way wayand wayand
and from every flat topped roof and andgreen andgreen
green shuttered window laughing laughingtaes laughingtares
tares looked down and merry merryvoices merryvoices
voices exchanged badinage wIth wItht1te withthe
the throng below There is no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the Latin races can en enjoy enjoy
joy themselves heartily in a man manner manner
ner unknown to the North for foramong foramong
among them all we heard no un uncivil uncivil
civil word nor saw any sign of ofdrunkenness ofdrunkenness
at atPaying <
drunkenness drunkennessPaying
Paying two dollars a head we weentered weentered
entered the bull ring and seated seatedourselves seatedourselves
ourselves en la sombra or on onthe onthe
the shady side Imagine an im immense irnmense
mense circul circular r building open to totoe tothe
toe sky and andsurroundinga surrounding a central centralarena centralarena
arena on the model of a Roman Romanamphitheatre Romanamphitheatre
amphitheatre and you have a aplaza aplaza
plaza de torosltthey are all the thesame thesame
same from Madrid to Me Mexico > eico The Thestrangely Thestrangely
strangely diversified groups that thatpoured thatpoured
poured steadily in would have re repaid repaid
paid a visit alone There were werepnce1
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attired in unstarched linen gar garments garments
ments which reached only to the tbeknee theknee
knee with raw hide sandals on ontheir ontheir
their naked feet each one carrying carryinga
a massy blanket the dearest made madein madein
in England rolled about their theirshoulders theirshoulders
shoulders This costs the wearer wearertwo wearertwo
two months earnin earnings s and lasts a alife alife
life timehe never goes anywhere anywherewithout anywherewithout
without it and staunchly resists resiststhe resiststhe
the temptation to bu buy one It made madein madein
in Germany at a third of f the cost costat costThe
at < The shrill call of a aJn ahyglesang
Jn hyglesang g1 ang through the heated air airand airand
and the murmur of many voices voicesbecame voicesbecame
became suddenly still as the great greatdoors greatdoors
doors swung back and the gor gorgeous gorgeous
geous troupe of ucuaderilla rode rodeinto rodeinto
into the ring The scene was a akaleidoicopic akaleidoscopic
kaleidoscopic change 01 color colorMan colorMan
Man after man dressed in gorgeous gorgeoussilks gorgeoussilks
silks with witha a crimson green or oryel oryellow yel yellow
low cloak fluttering behind him himfiled himfiled
filed in and the brawny chests of ofthe ofthe
the leaders were covered from neck neckto neckto
to waist with jewels Many 01 ofthese 01these
these gems were the gifts of gov governors governors
ernors and deputies for in Spain Spainand Spainand
and her colonies a successful bull bullfighter bullfighter
fighter is much better paid than a aprime aprime
prime ministerand considerably considerablymore
more respected respectedAfter respectedAfter
After the Governor had bowed bowedin bowedin
in answer to the salute of raised rlisedlances raisedlances
lances and thrown down the keys keyswhich keyswhich
which the maestro caught the thetroupe thetroupe
troupe withdrew all save two men menand menand
and a few attendants The former formerwas formerwas
was swathed from waist to ankle in inleather inleather
leather and mounted on worn out outblindfolded outblindfolded
blindfolded horses while the lat latter latter
ter stood beside the circular barri barricades barricades
cades with brilliant hued cloaks cloaksin cloaksin
in their hands A sudd sudden n hush hushfell hushfell
fell upon the immense multitude multitudeand multitudeand
and the dry rustle Gf palm fronds frondsoutsIde frondsoutside
outsIde came sharply through the thestillness thestillness
stillness as the first picador rode rodeslowly rodeslowly
slowly into the centre of the glar glaring glaring
ing sunlit arena Some one cried criedListo criedListol
Listo and with a bellow of rage ragea
a tawny Andalusian bull bred bredfrom bredfrom
from fighting pedigree and ren rendered rendered
dered furious by hunger and dark darkconfinement darkconfinement
confinement bounded into the thering thering
ring For a few moments it stood stoodhalf stoodhalf
half blinded pawing up the sand sandand sandand
and then lowering its long leeen leeenhorns keenhorns
horns leapt forward straight for forthe forthe
the mounted mountedman man The Thewriterfan Thewriterfancied writer fan fancied
cied he could h hoar ar the crowd draw drawin drawin
in a deep breath as the picador picdordrew picadordrew
drew himself upbQd up and sat stiffly stifflyerect stifflyerect
erect holding the lanceoefore him himThe himThe
The trenchant steel met thfharg the harg
ing bull square in the shoulder but qutthe but2t
the poi pot bin b4np designed to torture torturenot torturenot
not kill only plowed a deep groove grooveacross grooveacross
across his neck and roaring sav savagely
agely savagely while its shoulders dripped drippedblood drippedblood
blood the furious beast charged chargedon
on The man made a futile effort effortto effortto
to wheel his steed aside but the thepoor thepoorjade
poor poorjade jade was not intended Jor a adisplay adisplay
display of horsemanshipit was wasonly wasonly
only there to be killed Next mo moment moment
ment horse and rider went down downto downtogether
to together ether before a blow like that of ofa ofa
a battering ram and t1ere would wouldspeedllv wouldspeedily
speedily have been an end oi both bothbut bothbut
but that an attendant leapt past the thebull thebull
bull and waved a crimson cloak cloakbefore cloakbeforeits
before beforeits its eyes eyesThe eyesThe
The second picador wisely for forhimself forhimself
himself kept near the barricade barritadelnd barricadeand
and when the bull charged him himfuriouslvendeavored himfuriously
furiouslvendeavored furiously endeavored to avoid the therush therush
rush He was too late however howeverThe howeverThe
The keen horns slid into the side sideof sideof
of the wretched horse somewhere somewlerebeneath somewherebeneath
beneath the stirrup leathers and andboth andboth
both were hurled bodily against againstthe againstthe
the timbering The man grasped graspedat
at the topmost raIl and dragged drapgedhimself draggedhimself
himself across amid the howls and andgroans andgroans
groans of the spectators who whowould whowould
would gladly have seen him killed killedwhile killedwhile
while the bull proceeded to gore 5toreand goreand
and trample the life out of the help
less steed until a capero drew it itaway itaway
away with his cloak cloakMeanwhile cloakMeanwhile
Meanwhile the attendants had hadbeen hadbeen
been busy plug plugging in the streaming streamingwounds streamingwounds
wounds of the first horse with straw strawand strawand
and towa custom common commonenoughand commonenoughand
enoughand now they proceeded proceededto
to urge it forward by sabs S abs and andblClws andblows
blows the rider whose lace was wasashey wasashey
ashey grey rey swaying in his saddle saddleThere saddleThere
There was a good reason for or this thlsas thisas
as we afterwards heardtwo 01 his hisribs hisribs
ribs had been broken In the pre previous previous
vious encounter When the bull bullcharged bullcharged
charged he met it pluckily with the thelance thelance
lance but the shaft snapped liKe a apipe apipe
pipe stem and next moment the thepair thepair
pair were dashed one above another anotherto
to the ground The man lay very yeryquiet veryquiet
quiet and still until he was drag dragged dragged
ged away while in spite of the theefforts theefforts
efforts of the caperos the bull bullstamped bullstamped
stamped the horse into a shape shapeless shapeless
less quivering heap Then the theGovernor theGovernor
Governor raised his hand j a bugle bugleannounced bugleannounced
announced that scene one was over overand overand
and some of the British spectators spectatorsCelt spectatorsfelt
Celt curiously cold and sIck Get Getme Getme
me out for heavens sake Ive Iveseen Iveseen
seen quite enough said one who whowas whowas
was visiting the Islands for his hishealth hishealth
health but every passage way was wasblocked wasblocked
blocked and we were hemmed in inhard inhard
hard and fast fastOne fastOne
One 01 the most striking things thingsabout thingsabout
about the whole scene was the theway theway
way In which women and young youngchildrenand youngchildrenand
childrenand there were many manyJP manygyp
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ladies of station among them thcmsmiled themsmiled
smiled and clapped their hands in inde1i in indelight
de1i delight ht at the most revolting incidents inci incidents
dents Their plaudits also were weremostly weremostly
mostly lavished upon the bull and andthey andthey
they seemed strangely indifferent indifferentto
to the fate of the man who risked riskedlife riskedlife
life and limb for their amusement amusementThe amusementThe
The capero scene however is al always always
ways the worst for it IS a mere meredisplay meredisplay
display of butchery and almost almostdevoid almostdevoid
devoid 01 skill skillIearl skillPearl
Pearl Seckl Seeking SeekingFrank
Frank H Sweet ill L Ltppincohs pizcolls illaza Maeasine illazaill
sine sineThe = ill illThe
The history 01 pearl seeking has hasabout hasabout
about it so much of the glamour glamourat
at romance and po possible sible gain that thatthe thatthe
the difficulties and risks of the thequest thequest
quest are well nigh forgotten Men Menlove Menlove
love excitement and quick fortuneand fortune fortuneand
and they love a pursuit that entails entailsmuch entailsmuch
much danger and much knowledge knowledtteof
of men and elements Long be before before
fore the Roman conquestmenwere conquestmenwerehazarding conquestmenwerehazarding
hazarding the dangers of newly newlydiscovered newlydiscovered
discovered rivers in search of the theelusive theelusive
elusive gems and one of the prime primereasons prime primereasons
reasons for undertaking the expe expedition
dition to Great Britain was to ob obtain obtain
tain the fair congealed tear drops dropspierced dropspierced
pierced by sunbeams which poets poetsand poetsand
and philosophers in all a apes es have havemade havemade
made the emblems of purity and andworth andworth
worth and which the Roman Romanso
so much coveted There is isscarcely isscarcely
scarcely a sacred literature in ex extn exctunnu
ctunnu tn in which hioh poorly do not hear hparreverent hearreverent
reverent meaning and no nation nationwhere nationwhere
where place and favor have not notbeen notbeen
been bought by the beautiful lus lustrous lustrous
trous products 01 the sea But al although although
though most of the seas and rivers riversof riversof
of the world have been tested and andmany andmany
many of them have rielded pearls pearlsin
in limited quantities there are few fewlocalities fewlocalities
localities where fisheries have been beenpersecuted een eenpersecuted
persecuted on a large scale for the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of commerce the shores shoresof shoresof
of Australia and the Pacific islands islandsare islandsare
are fa favorite orite grounds as are the thecoral thecoral
coral banks of Ceylon and the Per PersIan Persian
sIan Gulf The ancient pearl seek seekers seekers
ers obtained their gems almost almostentirely almostentirely
entirely from India and the Persian PersianGull PersianGulf
Gull and the writings of the ear earBest earliest
Best travelers allude to the fisher fisheries fisheries
ies in the Gulf 01 Manaar still the themost themost
most important in that part of the theworld theworld
world One writer of the twelfth tweHthcentury twelfthcentury
century refers to eight thousand thousandboats thousandboats
boats being engaged there in one oneseas oneseason
seas season seasonAlong en enAlong
Along the southern extremity extremityot
ot the Red Sea pearl fishing IS 4 4flourishing aflourishing
flourishing industry and until untilwithm untilwithin
within a few years the tho annual pro proceeds proceeds
ceeds of the banks amounted to tohftv tohfty
hftv thousand dollars or more Of Oflate Oflate
late however there has been a afalling afalling
falling off in the yield and native nativedivers nativedivers
divers account for the decrease by byreferring byreferring
referring to the old superstition of ofa ofa
a dro drop of ram in the oysters oystersmouth oystersmouth
mouth and say that as but little littlerain littlerain
rain has fallen in that rc region ion for forseveral forseveral
several years there are few pearls pearlsBut pearlsBut
But perhaps a more logical reason reasonmight reasonmight
might be found in the agitation of ofthe ofthe
the water caused bv a1 increased increasednumber increasednumber
number of coasting steamers The Thepearl Thepearl
pearl oyster does not like disturb disturbance disturbance
ance and is a lover of qUIet waters watersnd watersand
and nd secluded banks banksPearl banksPearl
Pearl fishing in the Red Sea is isprosecuted isprosecuted
prosecuted on both thtAfrican and andArabian andArabian
Arabian sides between the small smallbarren smallbarren
barren Islands where the water is isbut isbut
but a few fathoms deep Occa Occasionally Occasionally
sionally the Turkish Government Governmentattempts Governmentattempts
attempts to control the industry on onthe onthe
the Arabian side but the natives nativesare nativesare
are alert and usually evade all in interference interference
terference They Theyare are faithful work workers workers
ers during the three months of oftheir o1their
their harvest time but during the theenlorced theenlorced
enlorced idleness 01 the other nine ninemonths ninemonths
months often become so indebted indebtedto
to the native merchants for sub subsistence subsistence
sistence as to be obliged to sell selltheir selltheir
their output at whatever price they theycan theycan
can get It is said that but a very verysmall verysmall
small proportion of the pearl har harvest harvest
vest finds its way to the outside outsideworld outsideworld
world The natives of India and andArabia andArabia
Arabia are inordinately fond of ofth ofthm
th thm m the women wear searl > earl stud
de ded racelets and anklets and a
lavish display of pearls on their
fingers and an < in their ears and nos noses s
Amon Among the wealthy hoarded col
lections of De pearls ds take the place of ofthe ofthe
the Governmen bonds of their thitcousin theircousin
cousin cousin capitalists ross the s sea a
Most of the great India Indian merchants merchantsreside merchantsreside
reside at Bombay anO for this thisreason thisreason
reason Bombay has become becoh the theprincipal theprincipal
principal pearl market 01 that part pBttat partof
at the world worldAs worldAs
As yet the origin of pearls is a amatter amatter
matter of mere speculation The Theold Theold
old theory that they were on onealed ongealeddew
gealeddew ealed dew drops pierced by sun sunbeams sunbeams
beams was supported by natural naturalists naturalists
ists as late as 1684 and is evidenced evidencedin
in a Venetian medal bearing an anopen anopen
open oyster shell receiving drops dropsof dropsof
of rain with the motto IIBy By the thedivine thedivine
divine dew Later conchologists conchologistshowever conchologistshowever
however contend that the pearl pearlnucleus pearlnucleus
nucleus may be some minlte particle par particle
ticle as a grain of sandor sand or the frus frustule frustule
tule of a diatom or a tiny parasite parasiteaT
aT perhaps one of the ova of the thepearl thepearl
pearl oyster Itself This particular particularor
or foreign body Is gradually sur surrounded surrounded
rounded by thin layers of nacre nacreuntil nacreuntil
until it is completely encysted and andthe andthe
the pearl formed The consecu consecutiv consecutive
tiv tive layers may vary in brightness brightnessand brightnessand
and color and a defect may be becaused becaused
caused by contact with another anotherforeign anotherforeign
foreign substance thus changing changingthe changingthe
the value with each new layer and andsometimes andsometimes
sometimes causing a lively
kernel or seed to be enclosed enclosedin
in an apparently poor pearl pearlIn pearlIn
In seeking the elusive gems gemsdivers gemsdivers
divers go down alternately so that thatwhen thatwhen
when some come up others are areready areready
ready te descend This gives the theexhausted theexhausted
exhausted an opportunity to recu recuperate recuperate
perate for a fresh plunge To as assist assist
sist him m the descent it is custom customary customary
ary for the diver to attach a stone stoneto stoneto
to a rope When ready to go down downhe downhe
he holds the rope firmly with the thetoes thetoes
toes of his right foot and grasps a anetwork anetwork
network bag with those of his left leftthen leftthen
then seizing the main rope with withhis withhis
his right hand and holdin holding his hisnostrils hisnostrils
nostrils closed with hi his left he hejumps hejumps
jumps into the water rhe weight weightof
of the stone carries him down rap
idly and during the half minute or orno
10 that he remains on the bottom bottomhe bottomhe
he collects as many oysters as pOSe pOSesIble possible
sIble in the bag using both his hisfingers hisfingers
fingers and his toes in the work workFrom workFrom
From long practice he is able to todo todo
do this with wonderful swiftness swiftncsand swiftnessand
and dexterity When the bag is isfull isfull
full or he becomes exhausted the theI thesignal
si signal nal to be drawn up is given by bypulling bypulling
I pulling on the rope
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