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Carpenter Chats with President of Chile,;
n'opv light. ''II. by Fran Carp.-ntt I
AXTIAtiO. Chile. H,!,.'.. r 1. -
I liaC J'lst bM'l .HI and'e-ve
I with the. i'i ii'l old man nf t ..
1 M.il.. r. tui'ltlr w n:m-
Hon r.:i:ii'M I'-a:."" l.'.ia', and
111' Ins I" ' M ' " l! '
I i if fit lit I ln;i'iii.'p
1.'! lUlliv yiab'. lb' bn-. '..im-. lit li.
n nearly I'M i -n ' . . i ' : t ili i ii .!
t; ,s In ill . ii; 'I ! I' .! . .HI'! e.
ilttH Itl'IH1 -I ' ' I I '" t 1 "'
.1 n I . whn'li ;. r. . l'.i'li Is
linn Umin'ii i- i I'd ii" a I : i' "
.-tatCFIIlUII. I I- ':!! nee nf I1'"
mill at llm!
I a.- w i'.
I. .. pi ii... I
in v :i n ZHirtst Ini;n
. ,:,, , imfnA srnpe
:!, i . (tit - 'mm r.l.ii"
.ncA 1 v the ir- my -t
nf'- tli.- t iii'l. H"'' K.ni'i'ip
to I: mi tb.tl j
juri ii' li'' than ,1'O-t :
wns i. in- i.' tin' officeis I'll nenrii a.m '
s,w,l l is i',. bv .-.id bins 'hold "t
t-.il of a bi.ll lb-it bml l"-"T. on 1 h" l'ip.
T 'p lei! sw.u.i Im shore and it tari-i" I
I Kiini. u v.' it it
, -it ws lr'! ilu-f ' cms aB
1 1,. limiiun wit ; then Im his
li.iw pel .-l three smre I'li'l ten. "'
full nl life, nlhov.h h- is . lit' i"l
lukmi; freipiept nil '""' ""
,le.l Mir i.f the vi's cr S.-mlinK
made n hou mot 'n rVcr-n
1.1 tiw. . pins ni
Tim Ixins of V.ncland reigns, b it dor no'
, Thu prcsld- nt nf the I'nlted SIMM
rules b it does reign. The president
r France neither rules nor rriens. Th
president of Chile-sleeps.-'
thln Mnt tiirrpin
1 C.. Mini Ion T!ini" f'r lrn"
,,,iiiii." iiv liilorvlrw. Tli" t IU
.H iiivnnali Mr. rii biml I '
v (in. i'i b iibscii' i' ! I."
mini: Ir r. v.n.i i hftrcn A H'fuir
bxnlio'i In SimliiiKK. iiP'l "'
,. ., ,.. , ,. lii lh. Mr.iiPll.i.
,.,. ).,w. Tho Mnneil.i i" ni-" "
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ti r j '.
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... on in llio -.i"th. I n Ki
firbb'. Mivl XMiPH'ir I. ill
, fitnllii'io i'i'" ni'-ii
l r..m I lilf P '- t "f ,h'
i-rlMry r. p'.ir.t ,'t'int v.f
o nt'O 'Inilit'.r
to t'.K' iii'i'i'itp
fa'iirrs nr !
i..hi rtii;iip: j
nrlil. Tli. m
n ill not wniiy.
i.i'wio ili. tin sits liabt nliitiB.
.-.Ml tlir In.bislrv is :i ii'llnp n.ntii hih!
siiutli. K I ho T-ninl iIoiikiikI "lily worn
fi...l. vi- I'm I'I "MOi iy ii mi
i.tin.b-pti r.-irs. b'i: in;.
11.1! IIP .' I'I ' ' " '',',"; "f V" ' ;'r'
, bo ,.n.. of urn- .I'iof .ot.-MiT.-iK.
niipil nr.iiini; a R !:' '
ni.iMti- t.i .liu.n. ivl nl
Kiii'oi'P. in. b.ilii.K ltn.'sii'
The CAilesxis are
'proxxd of their Jrrny
.. 1' It V . . , B
ti nt .- ,li lii I . I 1 .ii P ' I i lint lii'.l "
.1 niiv in. 'on ii ' tin' ili1 Hi. .nvl s :ii".
TIlO r.o.llilM r..llii.ll. ITlUinl. s llflM
tnliiPrt b" thl c.Mr nniont Hit Innicb lie
rnnllnc to tl.o i nnt ti'lli ii kll irTlulnnn
iiio rrwv ti . .mil priit.-. ipiI. TI p t'Mli
t lb' t l.'ir. h B'ts n . tr.iiln ni iu.il
niniiry Piory rni from fbr :.i rrnripn'
liramiv, itiiil tlit'l ImI II I'sl iiiiibn'.' ibo
I 'liilp tn biHtit Ii of It In otip cf tli" i ii st
i,.ro'.i' o' tbr uniM TIip 'i l lii iim
iiy nf tl.o opi. lat '..i pip I ullin'i. .. ir.l
.1.1 'mb,r:t ' l l w .'I'Mii I i .i
ii. tod fur I'm n r :'.! n ,!tb. M;i.'
boptil It fin. I tli .1 t li ipin.li ov.ii i. hup
limn ii h ii.i'oil '..iillinii i.-V 'i woii i o'
nil , ', 1 1 p i.t S.mtl nn .ilono It ln fc.inp
n. In : I li.lnui'ss I lorK.i, HH'1 tin-
wlinle nf oiip .p nf Hip plum Ivlnnut 1"
II ;t I,,, ; it ir nf stolid, tliiiiisnnils o.
ipiiI' I I ou. s imil viift luii lpnilcf oi
f ii IP'S, 'l bo i nriin II"- nuns m r subl to bp
t'oti. lest lob ' 'v 'Mmpii In Ho'ith .iiipi
ii . b n. t in tho woil.l. Tln-v liao pinp-
im I 1 n S.Tiit i.i K". .i"l
. Ptll l '1 1 X :i '1p 1 '.IP' Iv
I f . tii".i I i i-m; lii in H l min'y
' ll.r.i .k:i Hi. p:;m.s t.f t'lioir fiiotvl. that
:liiy Ipiiii to im til tniii'niitnhti antl t"
j Know iilffpiint iniili' il lltorHturf. Tim
phiniiuinph ntil iii' i bnnli M plnnn will
I brio nl t.i P'llov lts'PtllliU in nltllito,
'lilt f 'Ml t i tt . Ii- Is i.iti'.JtNwitll tllv
I i-nnipn.-i r. Tl.p oi'lliMtliistii phnniiKinpbci'.
itb inl nvoi Ibril i nn u ny u-i i h it nurd, no flminrr
iii.iny hiiKo rs-iu.i n now imonl w'tl. v lib Ii ho Iff r-
tntps lb-it brni'; In n s inil Im
llnl.ilni Ii : ii .-. I"i! '' ."
t !'l ir . Illl' I'll I'PII:'; t '
it i nil :i U r fit
(in .1.1 t I' mi. pi.. 1 1'
I I! A N K
mr. i r.o
."In.-si in Sunt I'lto. i
In- nim I brniiliful
&mm ; i fe. M v 5 1
'-W M M -rf,a .if m fit ,it 'Hrf
IptI nf ' I Ifi.W-.v .'
Ill Ml'lt hi'. .1 ,
hp.1 tin- IiMlKnn i
it. nup nf niir rhk-f i-us-
'.i :i rtn.i
. . i. I ...I... l.inii!ii iltll ft TP
liinii'is. mm i i.f i""""
slmnlilv in. i nsinc thoit- .loniiindf
1 At ii,!.. point I wa-'told that tho prosi
.!..,i ....... ,,.:..lv to sre wo. unil Honor;
, :t:o. ..no nf 'tho frot.irlos; Mr. lt.'ir-!
, niid n.ysclf woro tnkon ' j Ia!, h,,,l. ,,.nt fl.r(, B,K ots lr lr(,ur,tp,.
.ndl.-n-i- room. Tlii.i Ik n"ie '"" lar t,n italo Hnm.ii l a. u s-.l.ny cf los
PHi-lni- tin n lil- tho ofri o of our W hlto (han r (fl0 () ( , ; , , , Jt ,r , , otl ;
1 1 ni iso. Tl.o floor in heavily onrpoted find ?. W( f jr p,.,,, iUj. lotul ulfi,.a i.
Iiistoil, ill iiiiintiiis nanc iroin .... , K . ,.t ,)oul ji.on. and, iioUvith-
-K 1 TV
. ". - JTW s -iK 'ltl. . It
;. ' ... -,.'.... .
1 W- - 7rU2xr
III.Mt lfTT M
1 'II n O 1 h .1 ' 1 P :. A ,1 1 :' ..
ill I'm tlirM M -1 . 1 in ; I ;' p '.
vh"l . I-'II l"'.tn lii 11:-.-
li'K M'l. o lii niflrrti'il tor, - fin
t'i rpro'l.in of hm miuhn.
lorn; bi-f.ii'p lln'ini'., ltiotilP'l
tho ) io nf P,"n f.t( rd n pit -tnrnl nioioily
, Iti'.Ff. . fi- xvliitt I ni-sod for mtisi., WrtH n.
. ml n r( Tl.o ihvtl ni. nliltli ptobni'h '
' ton's foim n llr.'.o lutrr to tlii bpatlnn of
critdo lr nim. not onlv furnlshPil ploiiKiii 1
nut d'Hulit to th bull priowt. hoo duty j
l t art rblpf niuii inn. but It1
is Hod Hip mptnboin of primitive trlbp.(
loKotlipr fnr i'oiiti-ll, wurMilp nnd m. in 1
fontl nips, .it whii'h thno Hip dli'foi-ni
niPiniir'i pinbihl tonli p.': t l.iv iolpr
piitin t: p iiundn wit.i vm o nd nn Ii
hi tmii us sorniPd .od nnd fittinK to Itiom.
An; h!1 itfrmirli .f h. fmni thrs
n. nil bp'-.innlnn to omi' nr'sonl rlnbnmti.
HV!c n if :iiitj'i nl ppi't-rlon. im if Ii- h .
hiul il pl.i.e In Hip !oil.il Hip id tin.;
t iMi'iip. .Inst .is tho ni'ot'i-sn of .'Vnhitinn
i. In "PiK ial fftill oin on. no in tin- pin-
M'l' ''' lltlltili 111 PN'Ollll inn. I.Ooi. HboiU I
on on tin' Mine! t ur or tho opossinu.
mn i Iipit vIipio tlirrp uro pr.'iilo rmiqro' !
KntPil nnd ni ivill m" lyppf nf rtlfforont 1
' ptigc of p' oliuion. Also llntrn limit yn.i !
! nnd yon will I. oar music In all Itf tugen'
' nnd prrt nf drvt'lupinPtil.
pr iall.' ii'libii ,l tl.im bp etilln upon nonio
i.Ii mI. nl.n is HKpwIsp intirratpd. nnd
t.'i.i 'mnp on .i -pp and hour my now
ri.'"H; i. . : .i.ir.iU ." ind thoic J ou urp,
j tin- s.ii .H r!i'iii"iit in niiisir .ic.iin.
v r, im nti'ii ; ...... -
! With thp rfpptlon if tlir piano aiM
1 I Iro nii.tu. tl. .' lltotat it" of nil other in
; ti'iii.n ti',5 iP'i'.ii.d an a. rnmpanlnifnt.
pitln'r bv nlit' of the ;(lioe Pli'ntloncil, or
by n ;(iiiii' nf ntlirv intt nnientti. a. band
or nn ni i lirst i a. Im ii':iihp. Thla brlnss
lo j ile l.i iVi Mltli ii ooiiinion inlet-
p..;. tfnd pi-r'nii.s nmi' ii'an two. Antl
t'iri; nl' tin (ip;it i lu ll and urohestras
lii. Ii briu iinii.tipila tnm ibrr, for music
'II.' pli'iifi.io mmI so. :al Intri't ourse and
fun that Kif .v ort nf tiirsp niKanl?:atloin
! i'f.''.iiti loe miiTPst in i.niaio ran iicxit
i in," "i.ir ; nl In tn'i.. iiii.l wimM niiike nn Intei
i.'trii and .mrpittp Imy In- t lietnseh cs.
in. "' I . nl. Kiiir rial k n vell-knon Amer
liti'.p i l'.in oial i earlier of Itrrlln. diert theri
4 of i preln o spinal ititun
naily invltps in nil l p n. Iklibn: ln vlilld-; Riiis. Hpfnr- I. Is lesldema In Berlin hn
inn to bear it. and 111 play It .ioyfully I lived in Taiia. white Iki had th dls
fnr hii oldrr fi j.-rtit' nim ma' bipen In. lln-tlon, rate for nn Amerhan. nf re
At this slaae bet ein ln.ai.i ni for I he art' t eii tuat the ntder nf "Otflcer d'Aiada-
1'i'xmil i' n.
imJ' n ot ie v
(ii.l who list bpined Iit flut plPie ua-lpn 0 .1 ilier
iiaually knows no liouiul.", aid sin- will
pta. tl without So pun h io.iln as la
tieeesssiy in fie period Imniedlatelv fnl
lowliipt I think the am-lal mhantases of
ni'islo ainona ihl'tl-en are eiy aatlly
I'pxle.tid In the niir of Inniy and e.
liti nit nt In wl ipli an llr Ins There I
is no stn.np' li'iinl In ili.- Iioiiie t'.ian ;
i.n.s I. . nin-n ifi.- fau'ilv ti-t toi:ethr and
i-ini. or j':iv. .i-d p( lit tl" oi" . lakj
putt a anon as the.- kip mlr. Tli. lei
.1.'.' so I.M ,1, ,l, -l, n chilis, wh -li'l
nite.'- from the Bovernnient. Ill recogni
tion of tils ability as an Instructor. Mrs.
Clarl-.. lila widow, Is ,a former Nebraska
pnl, having been Mlfj Maude Oakley of
I. Inn. In
The t Mil . tin I'lcf lub hold a short bii.t
n. -is tiit-.'t Inu i.rtnesilav rnina of last
wrt-i,, ii wlpth (line the annual banqupt
Wps srt for th.- cveiiliiit of Ortobec Ji.
u-1 mm .'y' y j
terhn.i al een ln'-fi nnd s.-n'es.
of the fun of musir Interiolnaled. siu-h
ins i,....iiilv l i.i- Miiu Hip little neialihoi-
stages, and while ,p porfornieia would !g,t, m. ,I(,.llr ,.ftrl Ho,, ml ol,r
Irai n.ativ d.-slie to Have them . onsldeied . fnin1ll, ,,. , ...p-Htlon pl-ee-. Yet now
j as Mlnl lusli iiim nts, tl.ey oftun make hey , ,, ,hl.v Kw, mw to do
.the iiilatako of .l.oosii- an audi.npe lnL,nrthint ,n
ja difti rent lao of ninsl. al devplopment I
vho do nit enjoy their efforts. Thu. If Fieryono who bus atulnel :un ,d
Toe dr. mi, the month t.tnan nmt tlio !
Itiusli- box nil Im o their nses In the early
l il.ih I. ,'ntiipf fiave a re itttl at the
'h'Hil Im Hip llllnd at Nrbtaka fitr
!lie ilit.i inn t'ii ,iv OS.'1, il 1 I Iho. Tlmrnlny of Inft woek. She spoke of tlir
imi.-i w ! . . 1 1 io-ip ' indrf w.lli tl.nr j-"ualM-nti- as belns verv aytnitathetli- t.i
tn.lf,. and .b-v el u oi.'nt . i.tnl pl:,y with i;Vr h?!" one!''' ""'''"nrr a ,non
rm Ii olher in lltt'e m ,-iv. t nr. i m r ricu
llmiiiili th- inns i- ii av be p tiif helter rnni rit was sivt-n liv Miss T. Alb
akt-lter "He .n ul.'., iiielodi mnatlr. n I Mix keiir.io. sonrsr..: .Ml.. Vi-e Virginia
i lnia, plnniste: Mr. iTank Mat'li, vio
let Pa up the rutin. sla.-'ii. Illnlst. and Mr. Vi II 1W-it man, areom-
Many a tionni who hna neilerfd pamst. nt (lie ITist l'iesb terian rhun-li
lili'slt holds inr.iin I. s ,.( tli.- (line wliinj South Omaha la 't Thursday evenlna.
I 11... .. Ir nt IhiiMA l.llnil mn-lxl-Ha la
life held no ni.ve '.or ij liimb.-a. limn; w kn,vn , ,,, ruslr.I ,-lreles
the di'p.sry hour wiil 'h whs spenl hi ,( t,, p,uth Omaha oomert waa highly
drndaeiy at pra.tiie of nnlnfieslliu t sin t etsfnl. Mr. Mat Ii oboned tho program
mi. I .,-n'. lib none, wimi ami n ii.inui"r, iirriie a neie
I'll f I
and sfaxiirk.il de mieeit, and
ontrlluititil three numbers Ober-
tnss. w lenliim ski, ('Hnannetta Anihroalo
and a Piheixn by (Joena. Mlsa Mueken
rlo saiia tlie ever popular aria from
Sanir-on and lielllah by Saint Sacna, "Aly
limit nt Thy Swret Voire," and a
I gniuii of shorter aontr.i. The Fplrtl ot,
I the Klower." by Campbell-Tipton ; "In the
I Time of Roses," llrli.rdl. and two
. r.ipiiinii' "im ii..:- ,--e.-' t,ioii snnus M i llavls n aven T tie
many a rosy ctieeki-d youngster, rejotolng f,f prof Mont y i,n. Rnno tli-migli the eer-i (iijpK nortiuiio. "Snuling a Marehe Oro
in a inilsv drum, Instead of i housing tnin stnura i-.--t tin- ranip as rhlldren go tesuut." nnd "If t were a Hlrd."' tlensrlt,
mother or father or nurse lor au.llem - , , .,,,t. men'drs end rro.ip. Ti.eie Is j h,lllf'r:' ? .Tf 7-".ih2-
di-ah ny ivmihsy, ana tne nrutiani
The Mbnedl ar Chilian While tloa.se
(er. its sessions running finm June 1 to
r-i'Ptcinber 1. This rountiy, s yo" know,
is son'.li of the equator nvd It therefore
has Its winter when we hive our piinimer.
In aildition to this reantar meeting, the
Ti n mo.n in luxuriously ruriitsneu. nui B(anJill(r ,,,(, iir. iv3 food style and, president ran eall an extra session when
;t has none of the soft couches or .ofas j ,iHi( a I(lno. ! IXf.r , (, rhQS9 nI,j Jurinsr the roi'MH a
upon whirh tho nfied preKldent Is said to, viiltc House niaaer 'Ibiin Ours, j pii munetit inni.nittee of mernbeii of both
deep. Indeed, his excellency looked more . ,r)0 wn,ia, or Chilean white house, is ! houses prcstde.i over certain public husl
llke nn active American business man , nu(ch ai.g,.,. than our executive mansion, nes.
than a hlecper. tie Is short and straight Jt t.ovrr!t m0!,t four oorea nnd ctmsi.sts J nptlol In Heart nt City,
and inclined to bo fleshy. Ite hns a big yf a ttir,.,.Ptory building; runnliiK around i The hi, user of congress aie sil iated In
head, a rosy face and bright eyes. He palin9 or cour tl!i fjiipd with flower and Ibe heart of the city. Ti e capilol build
asked ine to sit down beside him. and I ,Q whil h fountains play. Tho buildina; .a ' itiK i of (wo stories. Its material Is
for half un hour or fo we chattett to
nether as to his country. Its government
nd its relations to the I'nlted States.
Favora Panama Canal
largo for a country the aize y (liile, and, j white stone, and the rorticos, which
as the story goes, it was ma do so through j form (he entrance to Hie chamber of
a. mlstal.e. It was built In the old Span-. deputies and the senute, pro each upheld
1 Ish timrs. the plans heinu made it: Madrid I by six Corinthian columns. The building;
The president spoi.e oi me m..iiu' n"i an(j scnt t0 antiaso. The Spanish arehl- i is sm roundel Iiy a heiiillrul gnrrtan fllleei
nf the Panama canal, and thanked the tpcl had Mpn tof, ljy tI) klnB to ,,. I with ml-troplcal tries. There arc
L'nitcd States for the Rrcat work It. had j ,,tI,llct tWo Mta of dra wlnc, one fnr a j imlnia as big nround as a hogshead,
Jotio there for the world. He told me he lnlf0 ),uriinK In Mexico City, then also , hii. li me n erllirlcss not more than
hoped to como northward to vinlt its at
tho close of this year. Tils term or oT;ire
will then be over, and he expects to visit
tho opening of the Sah Francisco exposi
tion if conBiess will free him from the
provision that the pienldent remain in
Iho country for one year after the close
of his term. Don Ramon told me that
his plan is to travel to fanama, examine
She canal and thence proceed by ship to
B.in Krancisco. After seeing the fair he
will no across the mountains and plains
to Chicago, and thence on to Washington
nnd New York. He will return to Chile
a part of the Spanish dominion.
and a thirl;
smaller buiblini? for Chile. He followed beautiful flower.'
'fhere are also beds of
At one corner of the
his dir' etlnr.s, hut In firwardinc; the plans j frrounds Is a, fountain, and at the other a
Santiago gvt the Mexican drawings .mil ( statue tlmiding on ti e site of tiie Jesuit
Mexico got thos-e for Santiago. The re- I church, wlib h was burned while the con
Milt was thin enormous monedn. which is ' Ktettatinn wus at wnr.-'hlp, resulting In
today the largeat presidential residence I t he uVMh of more tlinn L'.OXi women. The
would loregiilher with others of his own the folk mii,t ae. whl' h cornea
age and experience far enough from theje-ariy and ctius-a Its yoithful .id-
Bo ernmg powers that might Interfere, he i,.,ph(s to neak a linoi of them hi and
would probably find hla energetic heat-'may tlirin ilmlna the practice hour in-
j itiKS hailed with enthusiasm. ' atend of elmt belouaa tu tlie lesson.
of Chile Is more cheaply um than Unit There are few people, no matter bnw i Timrr iu ibo ilence mi'slc stage, one might1
of the rnlted States The (Tille in ov i unmusk al they njav profesa to be. who call it. wiien anything thai rips along
eminent costs about (tiAiAl.onl a year-'will not respond consciously or uncon- lib a tlnt-ln ami a swing, anneals, and It
Ours costs uhout SJ,(i'.i.,ii n ila, and it' arlously to the music of a good hras : ut t), point that the performer, when! Klnlse Slieiluiiil. soprano, who was last
thla Is not included our postal ncount or band, either fnllliig Into step, ma, kin ht, ,an play luem. first decides that he Is ThlJty-eiVhtl. '.trct iVJi't'
the loana and payments on tho public time, cr wltli a smile and brightened eyes. nnH,,., hiIIhi. Then tlwre is the senll- veinber. will b,. b.ard In song recital
debt. The government of Chile controls i ,p c:lr 0f nlninft every human beln la i ,,,.,( i cr. wlicn nit nliinlsls nlav "old ' ot Jacobs hall on .November 12. with
Aillle. iforauiiu hi in piRiio. in rii
Mi-s .Mice Vackenjiie will give a song
recital at the Y. W. C. A. auditorium No
vember 'he will be assisted by I 'r.
It. It. Varllattmi of Tlttsburgb, Pa.,
dramatic render, and Cecil W. Herrymsn,
the most of the railways, and It h.is :i net capable of ereater listening powers than
on this hemisphere.
Returning to the government of Chile,
the country is one of the best managed
of all Soutli America. Its people are
o;is of some milllona of pesos from that
source every year. The roa.'a aie badly
managed nnd poorly i"ulpDcd, and their
offlclnls and employes are n part of the
political machine rather than efficient
mi l imits of the traveling public.
llnrh Money from lx porta.
A larse part of tlie government re
ceipts not ipiite one-half comes from
the export duties on nitraie and the sale
of nitrate properties. Another autirce of
government Income Is the Import duties,
which amount to about $lt,oi.o,fl a year.
The tariff covers nearly everything-, with
the notable exception of printing paper,
which ;s admitted free on the ground that
boohs and newspapers are a benefit to the
public and that they rhnuld receive public
aid. Ail publications are distributed with
out pontage, and white paper sells tor less
than it does in the I'nlted States, and
doors of the rhui-th opened Inward, and ; that notwithstanding It hna to he carried
when the flic occried the audience ! HVOnft milea or more to market,
rre.s.-rj aKainct Hie dunis, holding them j There Is one more difference tetween
!-'..it, an.; ouiiniiK tills enormous lirss of i the Kovernment of Chile and ours, and
noted for their patriotism. They are forjl.fe. The iiionuu-ri,i is. a beautiful marble
Chile first, last and nil tho time, and al- I Madotin i In the attitude of mourning,
thrnlirh thpi will flight each ntber durin'u 1 tllli f..in l.',,Anli.i u , ,l i nt l... fa.l
by tho Caribbean aea and the Pacific, the presidential oampaimis. they arc 1 pnsaed this monument in going Into
iassinB through the canal. peaceful enough once the. president Is j the iTiamlirr of lieputlcs. This chamber
I asked the president as to the effect elected. Tlie country is not one of m o- i is entered by a beautiful hall In the rhapc
of tho ranama canal upon our trade with j jtions. ,t has nNrj onjy ihlrteen presl- j ,r h,.lf ,., .,n(1 xy,p galleries for
hii country. Jlo replied that it will un- dents since lS.'tO, and one or these was ' visitors are reuclied by a marble stalr
Soiibtedly better tlie rclitlons between the elected but did not. act. Since the begin-1 ease, which leads to a Aeoond and third
:wo icpuoiits. ami inai me i niu ti .-ituru , nln( or the repunilc in l?io mere nave . or. P.oth of the chambers have the
are usually employed and musical taate
is cultivated or um nltlvated as the person
has taken the opportunities offered to de
vclop It as u medium.
We never see a hand or can man si-hiding
out rhythmical lilts but that he has
un audience of some kind or other. Kven
the little Herman bunds which !n groups
of four or five often solemnly dlsp-nse
folk muslR before lucrative ami bsiially
lubrlcatory places of btilneis draw their
Ulai 1 Joe-' and the "Old Kentucky Home"
w ith variations, lis well as many others of
the same style, ami which reaches Its cll
imx in lniiif md careful work on Ontt
scliolL's ''l.at Hope." I'ld ever a pianist
live who has not at some time In his
career clinrmed himself and his friends by
this beautiful melody and Its silvery fili
Here aualu the pei former and numerous
of hla friends decide that he Is a finished
perfotnier. and he 1s happy and conlant
until all nt once be discovers something in
share of attention from the passcrs'oy as. rniisle which ho had not noticed before.
he has not accomplished
well as from tho patrons within. One
might to on and enumerate rciny other
Instance, all of which would but prove
tho same thing, that wherever there ,'s
music of a greater or less oVaree of
.iierlt and complexity, there will be
listeners of a similar stage of develop
ment, who will come toy-ether tj enjoy It,
uslc like water seeks Its own level.
and people In the different degrees of sort out the hist, nt'd find that they do
musical appreciation firftl and enjoy In pot get tired of H as scon as they do iom
common the kinds of pleasing sounds of tlie othci miihic Here aguln the social
Listeners go through similar stages Just
the same as those who study the practical
hide of music. There are times When they
are especially fond of certain types of
music. U they have many and varied op
portunities fur listening, they will soon
Miss i'lieppard wa presented In Wash
ington, l. O. by Mrs. John A. Ijogun
before the Congressional club, the Con
tinental Congress l. A. R. and on the
program with Admiral Perry, and to
quoi" Mrs. Irfigan, "She aJmply canll
vated everyone who heard' her and fairly
sang herself into the hearts of the Wash
ington pcoph ." Itast week Mrs. I.ogan
presented hi t- In Chlcano tn a serlea of
recitals, where she again had exceptional
success, press and public alike being en
thusiastic. She will alna; on her Onmli i
prog. am niw group each of French, Ocr
min and It iliun songs and three groups
There will be a piano recital at Brown
el ball Saturday. Octolier 21, by Miss
Kmilv Weeks, director of music. Miss
Weeks will play the Chopin Kantasin in
F minor, a group of other Chopin num
I oTs. md selections hy Maelnwell, Hi"
hussy, Raciimuninnff and I.lsxt. Miss
Weeks Is a pupil of tieorge Proctor. Har
old von Mickwita and Harold Bauor.
All friends of the school and music lovers
are Invited. A reception follows the re
cital. Tliere will be a special musical service
at the Immanuel Baptist church Sunday
evening. October If.
will be able to sell more goods along the
Rhnlo wci-tern coast of this continent. He
expects an immediate Increase from now
on In tho exports of Chile to tho I'nited
States, and that not only from its mines,
but alio from Its farms and orchards. Ile
vpoke kindly ofl Colonel Theodore Roose
velt, who has made a host of friends
durini; his visit to Chile', and also re
ferred to the convention ot the Pan
American union at Santiago arid to the
fact that our secretary of state, Mr.
been twenty-live presidents, ami ice om jeks of the members running In rows :
revolutionary period was between and hark from tnp ,,, of tm, .p,,ker. The'
130. when there were ten different exec , drak. are of mnhf)tny and are more like
utlve. Hnrlng the first years of the re-j H, hoo, 0(.k. tnan m0 hu.u w fttr.'
public several of tho presidents had terms I nlrrIv had n thft of rcpi.eeiatlves. 1
of ten years, and It was not until 1H71 that I Tho hulMing hltH .,, TConm tnr th. pre,,.
.ne nve-year ...... urnt mni secretaries, am! fhere is a coiv
wiiich now prevails, oegan. me preei-
dent has the right of veto, but congress
can, by a two-thirds vote, override his
objections, and make Its bills laws. When
a presidential measure fails, It is the cue-
Brvan. and Mr. John Barrett, the dircc- , torn of the cabinet to resign, and there
tor of the union, are to be present. The have been times w hen Chile has had a
president believes In
the. pun-American repn
tlnit they should co-operate in nuintaln- ! Conureas la Different
ins the peace of this hemisphere. Tlie congress of Chile differs from ours
Modeled After I oiled eitatea. as to lis elections. Its times Of meeting,
liurtng tin- Interview I asked Inn . and In several other features. Tho mem-
a closer union of i new cabinet on the average about onrSia
publics, ami thinks J month.
giess hair, where the president reads his
K.imon several questions aa to his execu
tive powers, and as to tha points of clif-fe-ence
bitueen the republic of Chile and
ours. The Chilean constitution Is modeled
up. ni that of the I'nited States, but tlu re
hers of both senate and house are elected
hy the males of the country, but no one
can vote without he can rencT and write.
There is a differenrc in the voting ago
us to whether a man is married or single.
arc slriicing iiifm elites, un.l in some nt j The bachelor has to wall uniu ne is .
licp Chile has the advantage. President j but the married, man can vote at the ago
l'on Parros I.uco, for instance, was of 21. Members of the house of deputies
pp. ted for a five-year term instead of .must lie at leant HI ut tlie time of their
'o nr years, as was President Wilson, nnd t i. i tion. and senators must be 156 or more.
ic cannot succeed himself, although he ! All candidates for congress must have a
message to both houses, which eome to-!
gether for the purpose. j
The government of Chile has three i
branches: Kxerutlve. consisting of the;
president and his cabinet; legislative,,'
comprising the two houses of congress.!
and judicial, embracing the courts. The'
country la divided Into provinces, which,
correspond to our states, and departments
that may be compared to our counties.!
The president appoints the governors of,
the provinces and the chief officers of
tlie c ounties. They In turn appoint the I
officials under them, so that the presi-1
dent practically control tlie civil servl'V
of the country. He also controls the j
courts, appointing the judges and theirj
subordinates, with the approral ot the
council of stste.
The courts are like ours In some re-
spec'.s and different in others. There isi
l a supreme court at the capital, which ;
iv h ive a second term if another presi- j specified incnm-, und a member of tlie I supervises all the other courta of tne re
nt intervenes. Tills takes him out of ' lower house lanuot serve without he has j public. There are six courts r.f appeal.
bast $'' I"'!- year. livery senator one in each of the principal cilles, and
must have at least t-'.OoO a year, anl , th rei are minor courts scattered over the
Another point of difference is in the , members of both houses must serve with-; country. There is no Jury system egeept
oii.liict of the administration. The pre.-i- I out salaries. There Is supposed to be no j In the cases wnei the freedom of the
tit nt of the I'nited States is asalsted by finunical profit in the position, ind the press has been abused. All trials s re be-
As In graft. '
QUALITY HIGH PRICES LOW
NOT ONE DAY, BUT EVERYDAY
24th and L Streets
politics as lar as using the civil service Hi
is concerneti. ,
u cabinet of secretaries appointed hy
himself, although their appointment
must be confirmed by the senate. The
president of Chile apiinU his own
abinet. but he lias also a council of ftate
oi eleven members, five of whom are
nominated by him and the other
Tlioseti by congress. This council
Idvisory functions, ami its appro' al Is
equired in niauy if the executive arts
ind appointments. In case our presldoiit
J es the vice president succeeds, and if
.ie passes away the secretary of slate be
comes president for the remainder of the
term. Chile has no vice president, but if
the president dies the set rotary of tiie in
terior becomes tha vice president and acts
is president until a new president can be
The president of the I'nited States is
sr better paUl .than the. president of
"hilc. President Wilson has i sabtrr of
rmm a year and an allow .nice of $J0.00i 1 imh
tui t. a. cling expenses. Ue-ldes, he I
place is one of honor alone.
1 have no dount but that more or lesa ex
ists. Indeed, I have yet to find u legis
lative body on eailli lie re each and all
of the lneinl era aie faints.
1-L.- ........ .... ... Jli..rtj,nQ ..i.ttllflra.
', 1 IIC Jll III ipii'lin 1UI nu. (Iliviin. .. '
x'ti(a fur suffrage an J tli le'iuireiiicnt of
fore one or more judges, tha government I
being represented by public prosecutors.
The police sre under the control of thej
minister of the Interior, and seem to be,,
very well managed. Police expenses arcj
paid out of the national treasury. !
The Chileans sre proud of their army.
a spec'fie.l nn jme ni ikes the government They are natural soldiers, and It Is said
of Clle an oligarchy. It practically , tiey would rather fight than eatv Ac
confines the ii'lniiiiislration to the lie her j , oiding toth Isws. every able-bodied
classes, and the great families control the i citizen la Ajbllged to serve in ths army,
country. This is se not only in Chile, but j and recruits sre called up in tbetr twen-
in all of the Latin American republics.
It has always been so in Mexico, and the
supposition that the Mexlcuns can have
tree and fair e'.eetiona under the present
conditions is absurd to any one who
knows Latin America. The government
Of these countiiea has always been in the
hands of the few, aid it Is only by edi, ca
tion and gradual i niitf thai the master
can be fiittd to t..k.. ri.-t in tlie l. g -ia-
mi.i tli'j fiiwt r 1 1 flit' ri . "
: Chilean luiikiecc i.i'its in Die wui-
tiPth year and trained for one year. They
Lttei ward serve off and on for nine years
in the reserve. The country Is divided
inter sones or militsry districts, each of
which forma a complete division of
mobilization. The total strength of th?
army Is l.'.'Oii officers and ItO. men.
The country has goid militsry schools
nnd Its officers are oil trilivd by f!rr
mar.s. The aiinv Is s-iid to be i.lW.tt the
iiiosl efficient In So 'tt Am' ii i.
As to final, cial u.stl i s. the fenr . i.tn. n'
Special Prices for This Week
on Bedroom Eurniture
All Iron Sanitary Spring, $4 .
Value at $2.75
All Felt Mattress, full size, $9
Value, at $6.50
See our beautiful
line of brass beds
in all styles.
afl 1 1
COIOmai Specials Rug Prices
Dresser 9:2.SEAMLES3BRUSSELSIIUGSt. . . $8.75
, 0x12 SEAMLESS VELVET RUGS h a --
$21 value at at $14.50
v 9x12 AXMINSTER RUGS $15 00
illli 00 Low Prices on Good Stoves.
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