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THE W 1 EPWU FORUﬁVﬂ
INDEPENDENT ORGAN 0;: FILIPIN’JS m rule: PACIFIC :zommmsr ch. x No. I $735373? Hash. oETobez $53721" FIVE—"O:333 A 091:; '. RIAS COMPOSES NE\\/\3’.)t\.”J A recent Filipino wﬁnvrent ir , .8 Filipino somurdﬂt 1: 5‘ mile is thrt u” Roman Tries. He inn jut fut cs. t'ie garltet a new popular 3‘9, :"hir'i. he “as ..~...,;05ed. The song .' = featurco ‘ay ilarty .. manoff‘, Russian c3;.;‘o-r-r. Besides this, ":hi:h is a ran: and .r entitled "Beautiful Manila“ fir. Tries “is also composed the J'si" Ird written .m words of four fox trot promotions. These will be on the market -r the near ﬁxture. The "Beautiful L'anila" is raring sold * 33 cents a co;y. "comma PHILIPPINES" A man ' JOURNAL IS COMING OUT SOON . A new journal will be published by ‘he Commercial Philippines Co. in New | rk in the near ﬁxture. The publica— ' ‘ :r. is being issued in the interests of ’ '.“' lippine—American «:omricial relation-2 ~ 0 . a, "lomricial i'hilirpines" will be 5 on re than a mere regional trade journal. . lesides covering and cultivationg the en-; -rmous trade between the United States 5 “1d her Far Eastern dependencies, COMMER— S’AL PHILIPPINES will maintain a most coal utent trade consultation and research ‘ ":rvice in the interests of its readers. : ‘DIVLERCIAL PHILIPPIJFS is strongly en oraed by the pre..ent Philippine Govern rant C'omsercial Agent, Sir. Manuel Rustia, ~LG whom it will keep close contact and \Opcrate. ”DEEZRFIAL :‘HILIPPINES will . u: as the spokesman of business men in ‘ ”hr United States doing business with the; Philippines. "Trade news by cable, radio or mailgl arrivals of buyers, market reviews, cur “r-nt statistics, trade opportunities, mr‘ :4“: studies, shipping news, new concerne those will be but a few of the regular I features of COL'J.2;'3E‘\CI.-‘-.L PHILIPPINES. In ' ' Zjition, there will appear a special ar— .'-_~le in each number, celculated to bring Qiiliyginc American trade in its true at— tusm-that of domestic business. "ﬁounerr‘ial Philippines will reach "r‘ry factor enraged in the trade. Imp -"mrs, eXportera, shippers, bankers, in—vi “.tors, innurzme men, shipping men, 3 ..~.c:‘ciul organizations, trade journals,- ~ ~33meroial government enemies in ! 3.1' cmntries will be numbered among its} . 'ders, 55') strong.” ; 192 T GIL I'ROLUC'JOLI IN I 3.5. Signing RWCOIiD ' l‘T‘.'ll.'.‘l; ‘l. “ ;~utrol.-uu in tlzs United; 1 -t~.s 1.. 1,77 touched the I‘GJOl‘l-‘Lt‘ehkw. '. fi '1". ‘2‘ \BC"+,A’+SS,OOO bnrr‘ls, an , ‘l‘C-f‘.f3 o-‘ marlg' 121+,oUO,OUC barrels UH . DR\\/';S FOR CLUBHOUSE The Universitv Filipiro Club will soon ‘wvc its uLzbhcusc if present plans watericlin. Already a lot and house las be- n ‘mdvr voicidcrc‘icn With r-. view cf‘ L final nizrclzasr. According to '/-:e..te Nevea, p.'onide.;+ of t'no club, the. support ct" Filipim busi men has been secured and only time is nec essary to reali'w the fruition of the move ment. Mr. Pei": Santos, Filioino cannery con tractox, has beer. writing, 'Vith I'avea reo~ ently in t 1?» purchas: c.‘ e hcuse. Ms. Hove-a has plans of registering the support 0" Filipino philanthropists in the Islands. Among them he has in mind :Jx—Com miseioner Teodoro l’angco, and Senator Juan Alegre. "We need a clubhouse," Navea told a Forum reporter, "not because we want to be segregated from the rest of the other nn— tionalities in the city, but because thru a clubhouse, and thru it only, can we ex pect to come in contact oftener and thus solve with a concerted action the several problems-«serious prohlemsm-whinh arise and confront us from this to time.“ ENROIDERY DESIGNS TO PE COPYRIGHTED A bill providing for the registra~ tion of copyright designs, which may affect embroidery traders in the Philippines, was presented recently to the United States Congress. This bill was introduced by Con gressman Vestal and is supported by the Merchants' Assoniation of New York and othe interests. The bill provides among other things that as prerequisites to copyright proteo~ tion, the author of a copyright or his le~ gal representative or his assignee met ac tually cause the design to be applied to or embodied in the mnufactured product} introduce such product to the public to he sold; and within six calendar months from the date of its first introduction to the public, file an application in the copy~ right office in the form prescribed in the bill. LI. LUMBER WINNING ' EJARKETS IN JAPAN Y. Immura, president of the Philip pine Lumber Exportation Company has an~ nounced that his coupam' will shortly launch an extensive propaganda for Philip pine woods in Japan, Idanchuria, Korea, South China, and other countries in the Far East. The Philippine Lumber Exports— tion Cor-Ipary is we'd to be one of the larg est lumler firms in Jaran with head o‘fi‘w in Tolwo and Kobe. over the figure in 1923.