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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1008
NINE.
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Alt JLJIUUtL'l
WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES
bringing to view scenes from
many lands and embracing.
unci 3? a tlx os
TWO CHANGES EACH WEEK.
MONDAY AND THURSDAY.
The Tomagarlans In Their
Country, The Cabinet Delusion,
The Thlovlng Hand, The Cow
boys' Elopment, The Colored
Man's Revenge, Ynnkeo Man -o-wnrsrnnn,
Fight for Love, For
Hate of tho Miller, The Runaway
Horse.
Orchestrelle Selections:: DIts
of Droadway, Hamtree Overture
by J. Schwaartz, Shady Lane, by
Eugene.
CAREER
OF
CASTRO
(Continued from Pago One.)
Holland to force justice In its claims In
Venozueln. and It Isc believed ho so
timed his departure as Just to cscapoj
the Dutch battleships and cruisers now
engaged In a spectacular demonstration
oft tho coast.
Additional evidence pointing to theso
facts came in a dispatch from Berlin to
tho effect that Dr. Israels, tho noted
' tribunal, which now Included a team
ster, a porter nnd a butcher, gave a
decision fining the asphalt company
110,000,000 nnd confiscating Its prop
erty. Ono foreign Interest after another
camo under a similar ban. Castro an
nulled their rights and took charge of
their property. The Caro Railroad,
tho Callao and Imltaka mines, tho Mil
lion Plantation Company, several
steamship lines and the French Cable
Company foil In turn Into his maw.
He grew rich so fast that ho could
not count his millions.
He has been perpetually lmbroilcd
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surgeon that Castro had announced i
was to operate on him, had received no : wlth foregn ,mti0ns. England, Franco
word from tho dictator. and Spillll blpckaded his coast in 1901.
That Castro is in mgni is an ac- He expelled the French and Dutch m!n
cepted fact in Venezuela, luuuenngs , ,stera nnd p(Jt tho American minister
ot revolt are nearu aireauy, anu a new Rnsgcn ln al.c!. osltIon that ho was
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revolution the fifty-ninth, ln the
ninety-soven years of Venezuela's
existence Is expected to start any day.
ONCE A CATTLE THIEF.
Clprlano Castro, "the cattle thief
President," "tho llttlo black monkey ,
of the Andes.' "tho human porcupine,"
"the Bad Man of Caracas," "tho As
sassin of tho Andes," to cite only a
few of his many cognomens is ono of
tho most picturesque adventurers ot
all history, and the story of his rlso
from professional cattle thief to Presi
dent, dictator and multi-millionaire,
who set all the civilized powers by
tho ears, Is a most amazing romance.
He is today at once a J. P. Morgan,
a Napoleon, a Captain KIdd, a Senator
Foraker and a "Flngy" Connors. Ho
rose from the very dregs and by
unique ability and unscrupulousness
equally unique he has made himself
one of the most conspicuous and Inter
esting figures in the world. His new
est title Is "World's champion grafter."
Castro is part negro, part Indian and
part Spanish. He was born in 18C0.
Ho was ono of sixty children of a
small cattle raiser at Capacho, State
of Cachlra, on the slopes of the Andes
near the Colombia border, his father
being a believer In Mormon doctrines.
Young Castro tended cattle, ran a
country store and finally took to tho
business of cattle thieving and it was
a business in that part of Venezuela
in those days.
He had an Ingenious system ot evad
ing the police.
When the Venezuelan authorities got
after him ho would take his herds
across the Colombian line. When the
Co'.ombilan officers got on his trail ho
would return to Venezuela. Finally,
the two nations got together, made a
raid on the same day, and put Mr.
Castro out of business.
The future dictator was greatly an
noyed. He vowed vengeance, and took
to politics to carry it out. He joined
a two-by-four revolution, which soon
collapsed. However, he was elected a
member of Congress, and proved him
self the "Sockless Jerry" Simpson of
South America.
WEARS GLOVES, BUT NO SHOES.
Like the other cattle rangers ho
never had worn shoes and socks in his
life, and he entered the halls of Con
gress in bare feet. Finding that shoes
were quite the proper thing in the
capital, he bought a pair and would
wear them to the capitol each day, re
move them, place them on his desk and
put them on again as he left the build
ing. In spito of his lack of shoes he
always wore white gloves.
une day some ono stole a herd of
Castro's cattle. He appealed to Presi
dent Andrade to get them back. The
President refused, and Castro returned
to his cattle ranges In a rage, deter
mined to start a revolution. As he left
the palace he bellowed to a hooting
ana jeering crowd. "The next time I
return to Caracas it will bo at the
head of an army." Indeed, he spoke
the truth.
No comic opera revolution was ever
funnier than that engineered by Clp
rlano Castro at Its inclplency. He had
twenty-three followers (the figure had
no cabalistic significance), and he pro
posed to conquer a nation! He did it,
His army of twenty-three grew to
hundreds and then to thousands. He
marched on Caracas, defeated the
forces of General Andrade, entered the
capital and proclaimed himself presi'
dent. Andrade fled In tho Venezuelan
navy i. e., a little steam lauch. He
proved that he had a real sporting In
stinct by sending tho launch back to
La Guayra with this note to Castro
"I return you the navy, having no fur
ther use for It. You may need It in
your business. Many thanks."
Then Castro began grafting in a
generous, whole-souled manner that
would mako Boss Tweed blush with
envy. He got his rakeoff on the cus
toms, on crime, on building operations,
on all commercial activities. In two
years lie had amassed $3,000,000 and
began "salting" it away in Europe
ready for the day when he should be
prepared to uso It. In March, 1001, he
had himself olected President, and in
1005 ho wa3 elected for a second term
this time of six years.
Revolutions, of courso, arose. That
headed by Gonernl Matos was smashed
In 1902, and that of Pnredoa a year or
two lutor. Parodos himself and sovernl
of his rolutlvou being polBouod by Cas-
tro'B order,
Tho American nsphult trust, which
owned n lingo luliu of iwphult, hud
been so Injudicious im to contribute
funds to the Milton revolution. Custro
seized tliu plant of tlio oompuny. Jfti
ouulml ()u lioniwt Jmltw of liltf coiirl.
UPPUlllttMl lilit BiiUIIHoa, iKiiormit of
lo !!) gujirujiiu Gourd uml Mint
forced to withdraw.
CASTRO'S PERSONAL HABITS.
Personally Castro Is small, Insignifi
cant and extremely ugly, the photo
graphs which show apparently a man
ot culture nnd intelligence having been
carefully doctored by his orders. He
has the manners and morals of a mule
driver, is scarcely able to read or write
and Is fond of dissipation. He is a trc
mendous drinker. No sooner does he
arise than he takes a large tumbler
full of the strongest of French brandy
and continues the potation at Intervals
throughout the day, complaining occa
sioually that ho never can get brandy
strong enough.
Ho Is Intensely egotistical and highly
superstitious. He calls himself sol
emnly "The Napoleon of the New
World,' and cultivates a fancied Na
poleonic resemblance.
At a banquet, at which he ate more
llko a pig than Hko a human being, he
told the foreign diplomats that ho and
GOO of his troops could have taken Port
Arthur in three days, while tho Japa
nese were a year about It. He believed
firmly In his "star of destiny," and
once pointed out tho planet Jupiter to
the wife of the American Minister as
the ruler of his fate.
Finally, he is an arrant coward, as
shown by his action in the earthquake
of 1900, when he jumped thirty feet
from a palace window, leaving his wifo
and child to their fate.
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I . . XQSTIIICAWA
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
United States, for tho Territory ot
Hawaii.
Tho United States of America, plain
tiff, vs. Joseph O. Carter, et als., de
fendants.
Action brought In said District Court
and the Complaint filed in the office of
tho Clerk of said District Court ln
Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA, GREET
ING: To JOSEPH O. CARTER, SAMUEL
M. DAMON, WILLIAM O. SMITH, E.
FAXON BISHOP and ALBERT F.
JUDD, Trustees under the Will and
of the Estate of BERNICE P. BISHOP,
deceased; YAMAMURA, whose true
and full name Is unknown; S. O. FU
GITA, whose true and full name is
unknown; T. NAKAFUGI, whoso true
and full name Is unknown; M. TABa
RA, whose true and full name is un
known; YAMADA, whose true and full
namo Is unknown; HARAMOTO, whoso
true and full namo is unknown; NA
KAGAWA, whose true and full name Is
unknown; YASIDA, whoso true and
full name is unknown; GOO PING;
WONG HUNG WAH; CHUNG CHONG
and LAI SEE; YUKUTA, whoso true
and full name Is unknown; NAiKA
MURA, whoso true and full name is
unknown; JOHN ALFRED MAGOON;
EMMEL1NE M. MAGOON, wifo of
JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; ARTHUR
M. BROWN; KALAEONE; JUDAS
KALAEONE, MARY KALAEONE,
JOHN KALAEONE and JAMES KA
LAEONE, unknown heirs at law ot
KALAEONE; KAIMOLA NAKOOKOO,
otherwlso called KAIMOLA NAKOO
KOO GRAY; SARAH NAKOOKOO;
ANNA HELEN NAKOOKOO. other
wise called ANNA HELEN THOMP
SON; JANE NAKOOKOO, JAMES NA
KOOKOO, MARY NAKOOKOO and
SAMUEL NAKOOKOO unknown helrH
at law of iKAHUNE NAKOOKOO, d
ceased; JOHN DOE, RICILMU) DOE,
MARY RTILICS nnd MAHTIIA gTILlSS.
unknown holm lit Inw of HAlltAMA,
nthorwUo (Mil 1ml IIAILAMA, othirwlw
rallud 11IHAMA, decwiid; KHKOA
NUl; HMNIIY (II I. ICS; ANNA (UMtti;
SAMUKL (IILKtl, JANH OIUW nml
J'KTim UIMil, iiliJuiown lulm nt lilW
uf IIUNHV OIUIMl tivmrnii mSi
PAOA; JULIA PAOA; HENRY PAOA;
DAVID PIIKOI OKUU; MARYl K.
HARUOTTLE; MARIA K. PIIKOI,
JOHN SMITH and JAMES THOMP
SON, unknown heirs at law of MELE,
deceased; ELIZABETH K. PRATT;
GOIIDKICH PRATT; KATE KEN
NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA
PRATT; LEVI GORDR1DGE PRATT;
EMILY G. PRATT; ELIZABETH S.
NOYES; SARAH F. WALSH; WIL
LIAM PRATT, ROBERT PRATT,
EVELYN PRATT and FRANCES
PRATT, unknown heirs at law of
FRANKLIN S. PRATT, deceased;
JAMES M. MONSARRAT, Trustee for
SUSIE F. CARTWRIG11T; SUSIE F.
CARTWRIGHT; KATE L. VIDA;
SARAH SAVIDGE; CHARLES J. LUD
WIGSEN; SUSIE E. LUDWIGSEN;
MARY PORTER, MARY ALICE POR
TER, a minor; J. H. MACPHERSON,
whose truo and full name Is unknown;
ABRAM S. HUMPHREYS; CHARLES
F. PETERSON; EMMA DREIER;
EMILE THOMAS DREIER: ADELE
DREIER; AUGUST DREIER Jr.; ED
WARD DREIER. DOROTHEA
REINCKE. ANNA MARKHAM; W. A.
KINNEY. Guardian ad litem of EMILE
DREIER; F. A. SCHAEFER and CE
CIL BROWN, Executors and Trustees
oftho last Will and Testnment of
AUGUST DREIER, deceased: EMMA
DREIER, Guardian ot the persons of
the minor children of AUGUST DREI
ER, 'born of her body; F. A. SCHAE
FER, Guardian of tho property ot the
minor children of AUGUST DREIER.
born of the body of EMMA DREIER;
PHILIP OPFERGELT; JOHN OPFER
GELT and MARY OPFERGELT un
known heirs at Jaw of PHILIP OPFER
GELT; LILIANET L. COOKE; A. F.
COOKE; EMILY F. DAY; SEELY I.
SHAW; ANNA L. SHAW, wifo ot
SEELY I. SHAW; GEORGE F. Mc
LEOD; THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF HAWAII, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by vir
tuo of the laws of the Congress ot
tho United States ot America; FRANK
E. THOMPSON; WILLIAM HENRY;
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LIMITED, a
corporation organized and existing un
der and by virtuo ot the laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII; THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED, a
corporation organized and existing un.
der and by virtue of the laws of tho
Territory ot Hawaii; MUTUAL TELE
PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED, a cor
poration organized and existing under
and by virtue of tho laws of the Terri
tory of Hawaii; COMMERCIAL PACI
FIC CABLE COMPANY, a corporation
organized and existing under and by
virtue of the laws ot the State of New
York; EDWARD M. WALSH; HAR
RIET BROWN WALSH; JOHANNA
ADELE DREIER; JOHN BROWN;
JAMES BLACK, MARY PURPLE and
JANE BLUE, unknown owners and
claimants. DAVID NOHOLOA; ENOCH
JOHNSON; HENRY SMITH, S. M.
KANAKANUI; WILLIAM R. CAS
TLE; J. J. SULLIVAN; and COIT
HOBRON; claimants. Defendants;
You are Hereby Directed to Appear,
and answer the Complaint in an action
entittled as above, brought nr ' you
in tho District Court of th nulled
States, in nnd for the Territory ot Ha- .
wall within 20 days from and after
service upon you of a certified copy ot
Plaintiff's Petition herein, together
with a certified copy ot this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that un
less you appear and answer as above
required, the said plaintiff will take
judgment for any money or damages
demanded In the complaint, as arising
upon contract, or It will apply to the
Court for any other relief demanded
In tho Complaint.
WITNESS tho Honorable
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Judgo of said District
Court, this Fifth day ot
December, Iu tho year of
(SEAL) our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and eight
and of the Independence
of tho United States the
oue hundred nnd thirty
third. A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk.
By
Deputy Clork.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss.
Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dis
trict Court ot the United States ot
America, In nnd for the Territory and
District of Hawaii, do hereby certify
the foregoing to be a full, true and cor
rect copy of the original Petition and
Summons iu case of UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA vs. J. O. CARTER, et
als., as tho same remains of record
and on llle in tho office of tho Clork of
said Court.
IN WITNESS WHERE
OF, I havo hereunto set
my hand and affixed tho
(SKAL) w of mid District Court
this 5th day ot December,
A. D. 190S.
A. K. MURPHY.
Clerk of Uullttd Stnttfi DUtrlet Court,
Territory ot Hawaii.
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Deputy Clark.
Kiidortwinaiit. No. IT. Ulfttrlct Court
uf (he U. 8. fur tho Territory ot Ha
waii. Unltutl Hints or Amoilou vs.
Jtmpli 0. Qnrtyr, et nl. Sunimrmn,
Uolwt v. Hraflkoiiii, IMbIhUK'h At-
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