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KVtHttia BtlitjETlN. HONOttrLTJ, T. H.. SATURDAY. NOV. 10, 1906.
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Honolulu Commamlery Regular
6 p, m.
Alt visiting members o( the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetlugs o local lodge.
HARMONY LODOE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
..-.. w-. i. ..i.. . r.n
meets ctw jnuuuaj vicuiui -v
In 1 O.O. VHal, Fort streeL
E. R. HUNDKY. Seofttary,
C. 0. ItorTEU N. 0
All visiting bru'bers Terr cordially
MYSTIC L0D0.E, No. 2, K. f P.
Meet! every Tueaday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Klur
itreoL Visiting brotbert cordially In
fltsl to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. 0.0.
F. WALDR0N, K.R.B.
OAHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. ! P.
MeU every Friday avenlcg at
K. P. HaU, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ber of Myatto Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Ktelty Lodge, No. 8, and vlalUog
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND. 0. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY. K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODOE 611, B. P. 0. C.
Honolulu Lodte No. 818, B. P. 0. H..
Mill meet In their ball, on Miller
and Beretanla atreeta, every Friday
By order of the JE. R.
HARRY H. glMPSON,
H. . MTJRRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEV LODOE No. t, K.ef P.
Meet every 8aturday evening at
f:M o'clock In K. of P. Hall," King
treat. Vliltlng brother! cordially In
M. M. JOHNSON, 0.0.
B. A. JACOBSON, K.R.&
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 6. ft,
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WEDN1S8
OAT evening! of each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King aUet,
Vliltlng Eaglej are Invited tr ai
BAH McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T, MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M-
Meet every aecond and fourth.
FR1DAT ot each month in I. 0. O. F
HaU. Visiting brother! cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Saohem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. M3, Y. M. I.
Meeta every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hjji. Visiting brothers cordially In
vnK to attend.
T. V. McTIOHE. Prea.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Election Is Pan
Business men. Whether the results
are satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
en our argument that you ought to
keep your delivery wagon In first
class repair. You will gain store pres
tige by It and that begets more trade.
Furthermore, you ahould have the
waaon rcoalred here, as we'll do It
right and at the Right Price, too.
47 QUCEN ST. T-i- MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 1SI.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
ptt-pose. a apeelalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reoalre
ixecuttd at shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Ocneral Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, drain
ing, Kalaomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,, the
,slgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
atreeta, PHONE MAIN Ml
TH HAWAIIAN RBALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Rial Estate, Mortgigs, Loane and In
Office! Moftityre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H,
p, 0. BOX 23, PIIQNB MAIN HI,
pjr BULLETIN A08, PAY BJBj
' st&wn-n i W
eThe Old Bteixa Jj iH
1 IMS ti
iliyi'HELW ,1 Q
AiBBJ I CbO i
New aatortment of
Japanese and Chi
nese mattings Jutt
Glance critically at
youra and aee If you
don't need a change.
M LEWERSS COOKE. N
177 8 KINO 8T.
For Over 60 Years
baa teen d .for over BIXTV
1NO. with perfect luce. IT
BOOTH i: tho CHILD, 60FTKNS
the GUMS, ALLAYS all .pain.
buiua wiau t.yi.iv, ana ;
COLIC, end U Ue
bcttreitted r for DIAHRIlu: A. Sold
by Drturititu In evrr part of. Ua
world. ! mra and. ut for lira.
no other fciod. 3 Xeatt i Battle.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDQ., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANINO
CO., Alakea Street
Private Cottage "Johnson House
NUUANU ST. car. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
134S FORT STREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNO BLDQ.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
The Weekly Kdlllon of the livening
flullcllii gives a (iuijttti summary ut
tie uay nj ii nay, rer VI yitri
You may disarm a difficulty In a ma.
Jorlty of Instances by timely Bulletin
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables. '
Lilly's Poultry Food and prepara
tions at C. J. Day's.
Two Kinds. See what P. E It
Strauch says about It In his ad
The steamer Hclene sailed at noon
today, Instead of at 4 p. m,, as origin
A prolate notice In the matter "M tht
estate of Poshua K. Dronn, ic'.'i'uecj,
Is published In this Issue.
Rntnony Batiste, fast colors, white
ground with fancy designs, 32 Inches
wide, for ISc at Whitney & Marsh.
The Territorial Treasurer publishes
o notice under New Today that Pane
I.um Mow has filed an application for
a fourth class liquor license.
Alno Yoshlda, n Japanese charged
with conspiracy before the Federal
Court, was today released, pending the
hearing of his caso on a bond ot f 1000:
The British steamer Aotea sailed for
Newcastle today. She finished dis
charging her big cargo of coal yester
day, .She will probably return here
Sachs' nnnual Thanksgiving sale nt
table linens begins on Monday morn
ing, This Is a grand opportunity that
hotels, restaurants and housekeepers
should not miss. Sea ad.
Tl.i- Inter-Island steamer Ke Au Hou
nrrlved early this morning, bring 1200
hags of rice. Col. '.. S. Spalding and
II. C. Morton were cabin passengers
mid there was one deck passenger.
Tho Catholic Church of Our Lady of
tbu Mount, Kalulanl (Kalihluka), In
charge ot Rev. Father Clement. To
morrow, November 11th: 11 a. m.,
mass, sermon, collection, Sunday
Mrs. J. C. Axtell or this city. Is a
sister ot Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, whose
death In llllo Is reported. Another sis
ter, Mrs. Ketcham, Is In New York,
and a brother, William Deacon, reside
The Catholic Church of St. John tho
Baptist, Kallhl-nacna, In chargo of
Rev. Father Clement, Tomorrow, No
vernier lltli: 8:30 a. in., high mass.
sermon, collection, Sunday school; 4
p, in., rosary.
A petition for admitting to :oblta
the will of John K. Urowi., deceased
late ot Stockton. Cal., was Died In the
Circuit Court yesterday. The iKtute
In this Territory amounts to about $M0Q
In cash and securities.
The Kinau brought the following
cargo: C5 hags cabbage, 43 empty kei,
24 bags taro, 1 horse, 13 empty casks,
20 sacks bottle, 10 barrels battled. 21
hides, 21 sacks corn, 1 gas machine, I
dog, 205 packages sundries.
Some new and artistic pieces of Two
eotlery. Brasses and high marked lapa
cloths. Let us put uslde a few things
for )ou before tho holiday rush, llu
wall & South Seus Curio Co., Young
Building. FanM and baskets.
A meeting of the Hul Kaahuinanu Is
called for Monday, Notember 12, Hi
a. m , for the purpose of devising means
for the relief of the Hawaiian band. All
members are urgently requested to be
present. Lucy K. Peabody, pi Gulden!
Tuo games of baseball will bo played
at the Mukikl grounds tomorrow af
ternoon, commencing ut 1:30 o'clock
Tho first game will be between tho
Sweet Homes and the I'linahoiis; the
second game will be between the Young
I.s and the Myrtles.
High Sheriff Henry returned this
morning from u trip to llllo, where li
went lo levy Judgment on tho property
of J. D. Lewis, supposed to exist In
llllo. He waB unable to And the prop
erty so has levied ou tome real estuta
iu Walklkl. The levy Is made us the
lesiilt of a Judgment for $1820 28 In
favor of llackfeld & Co. ,
The Tax olflce has been considerably
bothered during Its present busy Bea
ton by careless mistakes on the part
of soma of the larger taxpayers In mak
ing up their lists. In one case this
morning In adding up figures a trust
company sent In a check $'JM39 less
than would have been the rase had the
column of figures been addod correctly.
Issues Call For
The Treasury Department has Is
sued a call for sealed bids for the
toiistruction of tho new Leprosarium
on Molokul. Outside ot this, no Infor
mation regarding the matter has been
ii'coived litre, but this Is Hiinicleiit ov
Idencu that thu Oovernmeut Is leady
lo gu uhead with tbu work.
Neither Dr. llrlukerhoff nor Dr. Co-
fur bus received uuy Instructions In
icgurd to thu matter. They fully ex
pected to get imrtlculuis by tbu Alu
liieilu mull, but none camo,
lluwuver, Dr. Cofcr stales tlml It
nfU'ii huppi'iiH that thu first they know
of iii.tloii taken liy llm Department Is
wlm t tliuy reud In thu pupvrH, Ur, Co
fur tixnunou'tf his HulUfai tinti ut thu
rows Hint I lut Diipaitmi'iit liss lullml
li llins lir lliu 1 illiailiiriiwn hi iiiu un
IH'llllll'lll Mlllllllll, MS llllS IIH'UIIS lllUl
lliuru will mil I in uuy giwHl iluluy In
I I'Mllllllllg Wl It,
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly, the
other Incorrtctly, There la no one
eyeglass that will fit all nosts, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
QRADUATE OPTICIAN, '
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May A Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO VOUNQ BLDQ.. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE XT.
MP1N 11$ VERY
Deeply Hurt By Trouble
In San Francisco
The trouble overbite admission of
the Japatiesu children (o thu schools
In San Francisco Is stirring up thu lit
tle brown men to a great extent ac
cording to reports. Tho correspond
ent for thu New York Sun writes that
It Is far more serious than it Is gener
ally supiwsed lo be here, and that It
demands Immediate uttlon. In his,
letter he mentions the Hawaii exclu
sion law as one or thu matters which
has laused trouble but which bus
been laid asldu In view of the more
serious matter In San Francisco.
Thu letter leferrvd to sujs:
Toklo, Oct. 21. It would be dlfllcult
to overestimate thu gruvlty of thu sit
uation cuused by thu unll-Jaiiauuso
feeling that lias been voiced In tho
United Slates. During his nineteen
5 furs of residence In this country the
Sun correspondent has never seen tho
Japanese press ho agitated agulnst tho
Americans. At u dinner IubI night.
attended by 1G0 prominent bankera
aud business men at the Imperial Ho
tel, deep feeling wus expressed thai
America should regard with Indiffer
ence acts that aro tantamount to u
declaration of a racial war.
'I.tttlu wus said regardiUK tho Ainer
lean protest ugalust Japan's program
in Manchuria, tho killing of Japanese
rcalers, the murder of the Japanese
Lank president In Sun Frauclsco, tho
attacks by John D. Uockefeller ou Ja
pan's commercial trickery, the 'Hawai
ian exclusion policy, thu public In
sults to Professor Omurl, and Con
gressman Kaliu'u war threats, ull of
which Incidents liavu occurred in tho
last threu mouths, but tbu exclusion
of the Japunese children from tho pub
lic schools or Suii Frauclsco cuts this
child-loving nation lo thu quick.
"Thero Is evidence that thu Govern
ment regards thu situation as extremu
ly kerlous. It lias taken measures tu
calm thu piess and to dlscourugu mass
meetings that liavu been called to
udopt letullatory measures.
"Tho prompt repudiation of thu an-ti-Japauesu
sentiment by thu United
States ut lurgu Is necessary to aveit
a crisis heru that would result In thu
destruction or ibu historic friendly po
litical, liuuuciul, and commercial tela
tlons between thu two countries."
NEW - TO-DAY
THKABITUY Di:i'AUTMENT, Ofllco
of thu Supvfvlsliig Architect, Washing
ton, 1). C, October 20, MOD. SKAI.I3I)
I'llOl'OHAI.H will bu lecelved at this
olllcu until 3 o'clock 1', M, on thu 3rd
day or Dei ember, I HOC, and then open
ed, fur lliu ( Diminution of thu Leprosy
llivestlgutlim Hlutliiu ut Molokul, llu
wull, In uciuiiluiiiii wlili lliu diuwlligx
uiul Npeililuiiliin, loplcs nt wlili Ii may
bu Iiud nt I his llllllll,
JAMCH KNOX TAYMJHi
aMD-Nm I", li H, l, IV, ill.
MBBJafillll 111 III lll'l A, " ...ii. ' tJitmm. mmL
Time To Order
Several customers have already or.
dered QIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what they
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay means
a hurried visit to some store at tne
last moment and the purchase of some
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether it's a single volume or a ut
of booka you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. BOOKS SOLD
rOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENT8.
Wm. C. Lyon Co,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Blank booka of ail aerts, ledMH
ttc manufactured by One Bulletin Pu
Mshlna Compaay. ,
BULLETIN .ADS. PAY
MERCHANTS WANT RELIEF
(Continued from Page 1)
JUstrlct Attorney referring to tho Su
,rcmo Court decision In tho corpora
lion exhibit case. He advised that tho
'i reasurer could compel the corpora
tlons to file oxhlblts, but could not en
lorcc nny certain form thereof. Ha
recommended that the Merchants' As
sociation w.ork for a repeal or amend
ment of thu statute, so that more dell
ultcness could he obtained.
On motion by Wakelleld It was de
rided that copies of the decision and
of Ilreckous' letter should be supplied
(.11 corporations belonging to thu Asso
ciation. The committee appointed to look
Into the matter of K. U. McClellan'a
request for a raise of salary reported,
favoring that no ralsu of bis present
salary of t?I a month be given, but
that the Secretary bu Instructed lo
vxpress Its appreciation of bis work,
and that bo bu given 1100 a month aa
traveling uxpenses. This report was
adopted. Smith reported that the
Chamber of Commerce had taken sim
ilar action. i
The directors look up tho matter of
flro Insurance, on which a careful
conimltte.o report wan made. It Is tho
intention of the Hoard to Investlgato
the financial standing of the Insurance
companies operating In the Territory
with the view or ascertaining definite
ly which companies, on account ot
their Sun Francisco losses, had been
so affected as to mako It uncertain aa
to whether they would be able to
meet local losses, should such occur.
Saturday, November 10.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, from Ka
uai, 4 a. m.
'lr. Stmr. lsleworth, Cox, from Co-
tnax, 3 a. in.
Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Maul
and Hawaii ports, 7:35 a. to.
Saturday, No ember 10.
Dr. stmr. Aotea, Piosser, for New
Stmr, Helene, Nelson, tor Hawaii
ports, 12 m.
S. S. Enterprise, Prosser, for San
Francisco, p. in.
Tug Fearless, Seiko, for San Fran
cisco, p. m.
Stmr. Nllhuu, Townsend, for Maka
wcli and Walmea, 4 p. in,
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
The Campaign Funds
are probably almost depleted. It's
Just the opposite with us our fall
Steele, of suitings are most complete.
There are some handsome patterns
among them and the fall color tones
Better come n and look at them, If
you order, we'll guarantee to fit,
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
PHONE BLUB 874, p, o, Boa (18,
Y MAN INC m
Judge Lindsay Finds No
Reason To Be Lenient
' With Korean
KOREANS MUST OREY
UNITED STATES LAWS
ONLY CHANCE THAT THE PRI80N-
ER HAD NOT KILLED HIS MAN
AND BEEN TRIED FOR
Y. Man Young, tho Korean win
brought the watercure charges against
Assistant Sheriff Henry VIda, was sen.
tenced to a fine of tl and to five yfars
Imprisonment In Oahti Jail nt hard labor
by Judge Lindsay In the Circuit Court
tbU morning. In giving the ienter.ee
Judte Lindsay stated that he could
find no reason that any leniency should
be glen the prisoner from the rl-
dence which was given during the trir.l,
When the prisoner was called to the
bar for sentence his chief counsel, At
torney Llghtfoot rose and made a short
and calm statement of his case. Ho
said In part: .
"I ask our Honor to remember that
the prisoner has been confined In Jail
Mnre last March and request that this
fact be taken Into account In deliver
ing the sentence."
Deputy Attorney Qeneral Fleming.
who has been handling tho case with
the assistance of Attorney J. W. Catli
cartfi stated that he did not believe (hit
It was necessary for blm to make any
Judge Lindsay In delivering the len
ience then said, addressing the pris
oner: "You have been found guilty ot the
charge on which you were Indicted and
It Is now the duty ot the court to puss
sentence. From the evidence In the
case It Is apparent that had the n-an
who was shot died, I would now be
passing the death sentence on you ut
the result of a verdict of murder In the
"You were given a fair trial by IN
Jury and found guilty, and the Court
believes that their verdict was the only
one which could have been brought In
as the result of the evidence.
"While It Is true that the Kqreans
have only recently come to this coun
try you are an unusually Intelligent
member of the race and for this reason
there Is no excuse tor the crime.
"There has been u suggestion of len
lency but the Court falls to see a single
ground on which It can be based. Tho
sentence of the Court Is that you lie
fined $1 and sentenced to five yean at
hard labor In Oahu Jail and to pay the
costs of court."
After the sentence had been dellv
ered Attorney Noar brought up a mo
tion for a mistrial which he had mud:
several days ago on account ot alleged
prejudging ot tho caae by the heal
newspapers. Ha stated Hint Judge
Lindsay had never taken nny action in
regard to the motion and that he do
sired a ruling. In reply Judge Lindsay
made a nunc pro tunc decision over
ruling tho motion, to which Noar cot'
ered an objection, which was allowed
(Continued from Page Ii
could be spent for no hotter purpose
than to get the band home. A cable
gram ahould be sent to the Sau Fran
Cisco relief committee asking It the
sum required for the return ot the
band could be taken from the balance
ot the San Francisco relief fund. V
they consented, the -local donora
should be seen and their consent ob
"It was a grand and glorious mis
take to allow the band to go away un
der tho irresponsible care of a man
like Cohen," said Swauzy. Tbe Cham
ber In response to tho Inquiry by the
Supervisors had recommended that
Cohen should furnish a guarantee. Co-
hen had been very Indignant at this.
Still, now Cohen was not going to
I ring them back, and the Supervisors
said that they could not demand a
guarantee, as the band boys were free
agents. That might be all right, but
what guarantee was there for the re
turn of the uniforms and tho Instru
meutst Now the harm- was done and
they ought to be brought back as dlB'
tressed Hawallaus, as was done, for
merly under the monarchy by its Con
sills. Thu community must look upon
thorn as deluded by tho golden prom
ises of Cohen, and had been sold,
Swansy could see no reason why part
of the relief fund could not be applied
for the purpose of getting them back,
aa tho Sun Francisco peoplu would
probably consent to It.
Smith said llvo men contributed
tCOO uplecu they gavu Cohen for thu
baud tour. They wore Iu a wuy re
sponsible for tbu present conditions.
Tho uniforms aud Instruments be
longed to lliu Uulted States Army aud
ii bund had been furnished for their
return. The Supervisors had no legal
means lo demand a bond for tho re
turn in I lie men, The Supervisors had
mi egu right Iu appropriate fur Ibu
piirpuso. What I'uck said was Irilu,
r,wunty'H Idea In ralilu Han Kramlsiii
wus a guild imu, !', V. Mui fuilmiu luul
iilfeluil In Uku Ibu list uiouml Iu lliu
donors. The Idea of a subscription
was hardly a good one, as the commu
nity was burdened wish such.
Peck said San Francisco had many
transports In port. The United States
could give tbe men transportation, as
they were a part of tbe National Ouard
If the National Red Cross Committee
would look after the boya In San
Francisco and If the worst came,
would pay tor their passage, It could
be asked If It was not a proper use
of the fund. Peck wanted to know
why the hand boys cduld not get free
passage on the transports. If tbe. Su
preme Court and Circuit Court Judges
Qalt moved that Mr. Peck be author
ised to cable to those In San Francisco
In charge of the relief fund to ascer
tain whether a sufficient portion of the
Lalance of tho fund still In Honolulu
could be used for the purpose of bring-
Ing back the band, without detriment
to tho Sa'n Francisco sufferers. If the
reply was favorable the donors
ahould be consulted with, and, If they
consented, the money should be so
Peck reminded Oalt that tbe matter
was In the hands of the relief commit
tee, and he amended his motion to
read that the matter covered In bis
original motion be placed In the hands
of tho advisory committee.
PURE FOOD LAW IS EFFECTIVE
(Continue! from Paea 1.)
the possession of various government
officials and these are being care(ull)
studied by the officers who will have
the matter In charge and when the first
ot the year comes the law will be en
forced to the letter. Tho merchants
have had an unusually long time In
which to prepare for the new pure food
regulations as tho bill was passed on
June 30 of this year and a full six
months allowed to pass before It will
go Into effect
The following dispatch from Wash
ington, clipped from a San Francisco
ppaer, gives o, brief summary of the
rules which have been adopted by the
department heads In regard to the new
Washington, Oft. 20. Secretary Wil
son of tbe Department of Agriculture
today promulgated tho regulations
under which the recently enacted pure
food and drug act will be enforced. The
Commission appolntew to prepare the
regulations consisted of Dr. II. W
Wiley of the Agricultural Department
Dr. S. N. D. North of the Department
of Commerce and Labor and James
Oerry of the Treasury Department.
In a letter to the secretaries of the
several departments, they say their
agreement on the regulations wax
unanimous. To the regulations Secre
taries Wilson, Metcalf and Shaw have
given their approval. The section of
the regulations respecting the labeling
of products requires that five Ingred
ients of the package shall be stated, so
that the.purchaser may know precisely
what he la buying. ,
In the mutter of -coloring, the re
quirement Is made that no ingredient
known to be deleterious to , human
health shall be used by manufacturers
This regulation applies with particu
lar force to the manufacture of caudle3
Adulteration, particularly of druga,
Is prohibited, but standard drugs will
not be considered udulterated, provided
they are branded so as to show their
actual strength and purity.
Poisonous or deleterious preserva
tives shall only be applied externally
and shall be of a kind that will not
permeate to the Interior ot the product
and such preservative must be of such
character that until f-suioved tbe food
products are Inedible
Misbranding of food or drug prod
ucts Is guarded against particularly.
The label on overy product must bear
the name of tbe product, the place' ot
manufacture, and must sbow whether
tbe article Is a compound, mixture or
blend, and must designate the Ingre
dients and proportions In the case of
drugs and foods. Tho use of any
false or misleading statement, design
or device on tbe label Is specifically
It Is known that some difference of
opinion arose among; tho members of
tho Commission respecting Important
details of tbe rules. Aa originally
dratted, tbe rules practically prohibit
ed the use ot generic names, as ap
plied to products of American manu
facture. For Instance, champagne, as
distinguishing a kind of wine, could
not be used Iu connection with an
American wine ot that kind, because
It was held to be mislabeled, If not
actually deceptive. Geographical
names, generally, as applied to food
or drug products or to wine and liq
uors, were not permitted to be used
under thu regulations, as prepared by
When tho regulations wero submit
ted to the Secretaries of the three de
partments for approval, some chauges
wero made In them ot a very Important
character! Thu use of geographical
names, for Instance, was provided for
In cases where It was thought the
names were generic or distinctive. It
was provided, however, that It should
be lncated on thu packagu contain
ing thu product' that It wus of Ameri
Thus champagne Is required tu he
labeled American champagne, or Cali
fornia chaiupugne, so that thu pur
chaser, while he knows that ho Is gut
ting a certain kind of wluu, knows
ulsu thut thu wlnu Iu America, ami
not In Framu, Thu regulations apply
In oilier pruilut'ta In u similar way, It
wus (lie. erinr! of lliu (!iiiiinissuii to
Iiiniiim in llm imrrliuser of uuy loud or
drug pimluil uhmiliilu 'Miilly.