LATIN AMERICA: Notes, Nov. 3, 1924

Chile. Seňor Arturo Alessandri, President of Chile, who is enjoying forced leave of absence from his executive duties (TIME, Sept. 22) arrived in Paris with his sense of humor intact. He told his friends a story. He quoted a speech that he had made to the Italian Crown Prince on the occasion of the latter's visit to Chile last summer: "Your Highness will forgive us for having nothing grandiose here to show you such as you possess in Italy—no Coliseum, monuments, cathedrals or works of art. We are a simple, hard-working people,...

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