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THE ROCK ISLAND AEGUS. SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1911.
Amotlier Big "SUNK!
Sale Lasting AH
Next Week, Begios Moindlay,Mar.20
I rifw v freight the dav thcv arc Dickec
tp?gS.l t V The "Sunkist" is a
RXn. - seedless and fibreless-
-'3sSXAy' "Sunkist" is firm,
V&t J6SAtti ( , w comes
PPPtV X in any way,
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The biesest lot of oranges that ever came to this city
has just arrived THREE MILLION of them. They
arrived by special Fast Freight direct from the big "Sun
kist" fruit groves of California. They are the "Sunkist"
brand, famed for their delicious flavor and health-giving
properties. Each local fruit dealer is laying in a liberal
supply of "Sunkists" and on next Monday morning all
dealers will put on a Special "Sunkist Orange Sale,
lasting throughout the week.
California's Finest Oranges
"Sunkists" are California's most luscious oranges
the choicest of each of 5,000 California Orange Farm
ers. They pack all their perfect oranges under the
one name, "Sunkist," and ship them by special fast
never pithy every
solid and sound,
a gloved hand. No
to the ground or be
bruisea or damaged
ever bears the
" Sunkist Z
Hot to Serve Them
OroffM are tbm sum Appetising and soari shine food yon can
serve at brkit-Ha tte sickroom between .meals in salads,
ices, sherbets aad pa&i&gs. '
Tbcrsj is no Itasit to the nomber of excellent dishes of which
"Sonata" oranges forts the basis.
Bay a fax of "Soakist oranges and jonr fruit dealer will make
you a special price. Yotwill find no trouble in keeping them as long
as yoa wajat to, becaoM "Sankists" reach you in excellent condition.
Phyiiciaxtg Advise Them
Leading pbyaktana say that to counteract the effect of meat and
other heavy foods m oat, one shots Id eat orange liberally. It is a
universally known fact that orange juice is an excellent food for the
brain ceQa and a toaJe Car, run down nerves. No better laxative
than sotrftd, ripo "SwCtbt" oranges can bo found.
.t ,4 .-i
Cost No liSer Than Common Oranges
'Stmkist" orasgee ara cheapest to buy because they are thin-
skinned, fibraleas and seedless. They are nearly all food and no
waste. Yoo Jose money if yon buy pithy, seedy, thick-skinned oranges.
Free tVctfusm for "Sunldtt" Wrappers
The "Sunkist" orange always comes in a "Sunkist" tissue paper
wrapper that protects Cbo oranges and retains all their tree ripened
flavor. -This name en the wrapper mean you are buying, at a rea
sonable priest, the finest orange of all.
"Sunkist" wrappers ahoeid be kept and sent to us to secure, free,
a set of genuine Rogers Orange Spoons, Dessert Spoons and Fruit
Knives. The patterns are new 1911 styles, designed exclusively for
us. They are as attractive and stylish as money can buy. All are Rogers
quality, standard A-No. 1 plate and are folly guaranteed by the makers,
Wm. Rogers & Soaxs. No advertising appears on any of our premiums.
RomJ on the right the description of tlaeae
valuable pretqnsm send how; to get them.
Tbe better grade et taomaa an bow packed la 'Sun
kist ' wrappers. By cnieg tt &ankfet" lemftot, you
evoid the kind that are thick-skinned, pithy and insipid.
"Soakist" lemons coataiu IS per ceat more fe tba
any other lemons. "Suakfet'1 lemon wrappers are ac
cepted by our premium department.
The California Fruit Growers' Exchange
34 Clark Street, CHICAGO, ILL
For Saio by Aif Dcnloro
shows oct new
ange Spoon, ae'
tual aise; being
ers product and
of the latest
spooa wilt be
sent you, charg
on receipt of
izc. ror eaca
spoon se&d 12
12 cents. .
H 0 See the Beautiful Rogers
Oliver rKLL wiui
shows onr new 1911
Spoon, actual size.
It is ot the same
and beautiful de
sign as the orange
spoon, but being
larger and heavier
is more raluable.
Sect to yon on re
ceipt of 24 "Sun
aad 20c additional.
For each addition
al dosaert spoon
send 24 "Suakisf
On all re
to 24c please
amounts above Z4C, sen a post oa?e money
order, express money order or ban draft.
Do mat sead catih. Make your money order
or draft payable to The California Fruit
Growers' Exchange, and address your let
ters to Tire California Fruit Growers Ex
change, 34 Clark Street, Chicago, 1U. -i
Yoa can secure these premiums wit a "Snn
kbt" orange wrappers, "Sunkist" lemon
wrappers, "Red Bali" orange wrappers, or
"Red Bail" lemon wrappers. It yoa will
make it a point to buy only "Sonklst" and
"Red Ball' orsages and lemons, you will not
nnlv met the finest fruits that crow, eco
nomically priced, bnt you will soon have enough wrappers to secure a
complete set of the beautiful spoons and knives here shown.
Knife is shown
here, actual sixe.
It Is made ot
pered steel heav
fl y silver-plated.
teed by manu
Rogers & Son.
Sent to you on
receipt of 24
" Suuiclst "
20c. For each,
send 24 "Sun
and 20 ceais.
Selecting the Early Spring Wardrobe
The city dweller. If ube would know
the exact season of the your, must keep
a calendar near at hand, bo confusing
are the shop windows with thtir dis
plays of sheerest summer fabrics, new
spring hats and dainty parasols fci'Je
by side with wonderful bargains in
furs and heavy homespun suitings.
"With only a small amount in the rock
etbook, and thai amount to pay for an
'Ml - J ' ;lr .V
w i km
entire spring and summer outfit, a walk
through one of the shopping centers
is distressingly confusing. Whether to
invest in some of the exquisitely pretty
figured batistes, which are offered now
at most tempting advance season
prices, or to buy as originally intended
a dress length of striped tuss&c which
is to be m(!e up at occe. ant? was the
origin! object of the expedition, is a
grave Question when tbere is enough
tor only one or the otter. Or ajain, is
it wisest to purchase material for one
of the deMphtfully Eintut li -tie short
tafft'a Jackets ;!)at can r-e worn with
each and every pown in the outfit dur
ing the s'-jmrner as well as in the spring
months, or to bi;y the material for an
essentially practical but perhaps not
a.iiite as sinari a long cloth wrap?
Reaily these are serious problems when
there is buf. a Pmall dress allowance to
meet them -with.
This ought to be a good year for the
woman of economical aspirations, for
never was eo scant material to be al
lowed for in ordering a dress length,
and it is also a year when simplicity
is a genuine aim. Simplicity of line,
simplicity in effect, and actually con
siderable eiinplicity of detail are feat
ures of the spring and summer fash
ions. There are no fussy little ruffles
and ruchlngs, nor flaring flounces, nor
' fluffy" sleeves. The first impression
of the fashions of the moment is of a
decided and infinitely pleasing sim
plicity. The first figure shows a decidedly
attractive little spring frock of cloth
and foulard combined. The cloth was
used for the "apron" front and back
and the foulard for the sleeves and
side sections. Old blue was the color
of the cloth, and the foulard, which
bad a small black figure, showed this
color in the foundation. A yoke and
collar of Irish crochet completed the
The second illustration pictures one
of the smartest out-of-door costumes of
the spring season. The waist was a
very simple affair with two wide tucks
forming a panel effect. The yoke skirt
which fastened on the hip had an In
verted pleat at each aide. The material
was pearl-gray cashmere and the trim
ming of black silk braid.
Of colors the favorites so far is a
brilliant and beautiful cherry;. next is
a superb, true emerald green. Pink in
all tones is suggested on the advance
summer frocks, while all the cham
pagne and corn colors are much in
vogue. At this time of year black and
white combinations have & great reign
of popularity, and this year is certain
ly no exception to the rule. There is
no limit to the combinations of black
and white. The smartest satin coat
and skirt costumes are of black reliev
ed with collar and revers of white
moire, while the newest importations
of advance summer costumes show a
number of white batiste frocks trim
med with girdle and deep border of
black velvet, and the white linen and
duck jackets and long dust coats are
many of them adorned with black vet
vet collar and cuffs.
VELVET FOR TRIMMOG.
For trimming every style of gown,
from the sheerest lawn tub dress to
the street" gowns of striped voile or
tusab, black velvet has sever been
usel to a greater extent than is notice
able this year. This vogue, which start
ed last cummer in Paris, was not ex-
; pected to be eo diligently followed this
' spring, l.'.rt even the eccentric combin-
ations of material which had their ori
gin at Hie fashionable midsummer
races ere now to be seen in the win
dows of the American shops. A gown
of white embroidered batiste is finished
y iff y'Mk
with a 14-Inch border of black velvet;
I there is a velvet girdle and the small
toque and parasol which complete thy
rather incongruous costume are also of
black velvet. Already the idea of this
costume has been modified by the
American woman by reducing the bor-
, der on the skin to some six inches in
depth, and making only the crown of
the hat of velvet and at once the ef
fect ! changed from what was almost
a caricature of the moment's fashions
to an exceptionally Bmart costume.
STRIVE!, STRIPES, STRIPES!
Among other points to be comment
ed upon is the displays in the shop win
dows is the prevalence of striped ma
terials over all other designs. In foul
ard there are stripes of all possible
widths and variations of arrangement.
The width of the stripe must depend of
course npon the wearer, for w hile a tall,
slender figure will look well in a stripe
of any width, the wide stripes are to
be avoided for the short and stout.
In silks the stripe Is generally of
white, no matter what color the ground,
but in light serges and in pongee and
tussah the shadow stripes formed in
the weaving of the texture with no for
eign color Introduced are very smart
Bven the popular black and whit,
cheek must share its supremacy with
the serges and flannels of even width
stripe, although there is a new "crow's
foot" check that in tweeds is smart
for plain tailored coat and skirt cos
tomes and ulster coats.
Beads are s favorite trimming of the
seaeon. They are little white china
beads which ornament every style of
dress from voile reception gowns to
tub dresses of lawn and linen. In the
wash fabrics the beads are often clev
erly Imitated In French knots of differ
ent sizes, and so well are these worked
that If one Is at all near-sighted it is
difficult to discover Just which is used.
Colored beads in perfect Imitation of
coral and turquoise are also much used
JAPAN AS A FRIEND
Will be of Use to United States
in Case Chinese Empire
MIKADO WILL AID WHITES
Yale Graduate Says That Sunflower
Kingdom May Check Possible
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What m Heap of Happine It Would
Bring to Bock Islaad Home.
Hard to do housework with aa
Brings yoa hours of misery at
leisure or at work.
If women only knew the cause
that Backache pains corns from sick
'T would save much needless woo.
Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys. Many residents of this vicinity en
Mrs. A. W. Boughton. Sears, III-,
says: "I was la poor health for some
tfrae and I now believe that all my
trouble was caused by weak kidneys.
My back ached a great deal and
there were dull, bearing down pains
aerom my lotas. 1 also had dizzy
spells and headaches. Doan's Kid
ney Pills were highly recommended
and deciding to try them I procur
ed a box at the Harper House phar
macy. They completely removed the
backache and I am now In good
health. Doan's Kidney Pills deserve
the entire eredU for my ears."
For sals by all dealers. Pries SO
cents. Foster-Mllburn company, Buf
falo. N. T., sole agents for the United
Remember the same Doan's
and take no other.
-in the years to. come when China
has awakened either as a great mili
tary power or as a mighty commercial
people whose millions dwarf the mem
ory of the Anglo-Saxon race of today
the Amercan people will find that in
teaching Japau its first footsteps in
the kindergarten of western civiliza
tion its broad minded ancestors were
rearing a friend that would be needed
fa times of stress," declares Dr. Ml
nosube Yamaguchi, M. A, I'h. D.,
M. D.. graduate of Yale, who is taking
a course of studies at Columbia Med
"I think Lieutenant Hobson's theory
that Japan is preparing for war with
America nis been pretty well explod
ed, but I would like to point out some
of the reasons why anything but
friendship between the two countries
"I jwas born In Japan and grew up
there. I have been the pastor of one
of the greatest churches In Japan, and
to make my work mors thorough there
I have come back to America and be
come a doctor ot medicine. I know
Japan. I graduated from Yale, was
(oar years at the Western Reserve
Medical school la Cleveland and have
lived a great deal In New York, and I
There were "always reasons why
Japan could not attack America sue-
fully. There have for many years
sentimental reasons why she
would aot If she could. It wss Amer
ica who came knocking at our doors
When we were a close corporation, a
stay at home provincial people.
In the kindergartens of Japan today
the nttl children are taught patriot
ism, which becomes a fierce fire In
every breast. The little ones are taught
the story of bow your American sailors
came to Japan and pointed the way to
ocddental civilization and how the
Catted States was the first and best
Mend we had la the congress of world
powers. Jspan never forgets this.
What we are today as a great world
people we owe to America, and does
any on think that we shaD so soon
"Modern Japan Is too busy to think
of the Impossible task of mastering a
great country like Aznerlca. It has
been suggested that we want the
rafipplnea. Now, it Is not generally
known that the climate of the Philip
pines Is as bad for Japanese as It is
"We have been trying to colonize
ana nne rwroosa. rut after ail tne
time we have held that island we are
still fighting there to maintain a stable
government and to establish decent
laws. We are trying to colonize it, but
at tremendous cost in treasure aud
men. It 1 not yet a paying proposi
tion. And what would the Philippines
be? Formosa offers a fertile field for
our overgrowing population for at least
twenty-five years to come, snd our
most northern Island in Japan is hard
ly settled. It has room for millions of
"I have often pointed out that it
would be impossible to seed a Japa
nese fleet with soldiers to Hawaii to
bold those inlands against the force
tlat America could rush there. Even
If we took Hawaii how could we come
on art'l nUuck any part of America ami
hold it long enough to get our breath?
If we were to seize the Philippines In
some unguarded moment, wouldn't
they be an elephant on our bauds in
the supreme struggle, with the United
States that would follow? It would
leave our borne country exposed to at
tack. JtPAW TOO POOH TO FIUHT.
"FlafiUy, Japan's finances are not in
a condition to warrant Its undertaking
such a foolhardy thing as war with
America, and so far as I can nee we
have pretty well mapped out liow we
re going to spend our spsre cah in
the next fifty years by the thing? that
we are planning to do In Korea, Man
churia and Formosa.
"Ukt all the rest of the world, we
re preparing for emergencies. We are
training our young men to sboot, and
we are building battleships and fort.
The problems in the cant are too great.
China is awakening. No one can tell
t this moment what turn the great
sleeping mysiery of the ages will take
when she wakes up.
"What would happen If when she
finall bestirs herself a Napoleon, an
Art; in or a Mcbommed should f'cp for
ward aud poiut to world empire? It
would be la such a esse that tlio trH
dora of Japan 1a matutalnirt i:ri
nrmefl flrt wonld be vindicated. TI.e
rest of the world would be glad that
China's nearest neighbor. Impregnati
on its own islands, as England, wu n
sea power capable of acting as police
man for the awakened giant. And yu
may ret assured that modern .Tnp'in
would cart Its lot with the ret of the
world as agntnut such a monster."
Fully nine out of every ten case
of rheumatism is simply rneutuathn
of the muscles due to cold or damp
or chronic rheumatism, neither o.
which requires any Internal tre.it
inent. All that is needed to afTort
relief Is the free application of Cham
erlaiu8 liniment. (tivn it a trial
You are certain to be p!aie w.tl
the quick r lief which it affordj. Sole
by all druggists.
Those Bad Spells.
I.ebauon Junction, Ky. -Mrs. M'n
nie Lainb of this place, rays: "I ht
lieve I would have be;U d'-id b;
now, had it not been for (artlnl.
haven't find one of thope bad spI!i
since I coriiiuenr'd to uv ti.ii m-d
itine." fardul Is a specll': m-di
cine for the ills from v hlch woio i
suffer. Made from harmless. M w
table 1nredints, Cardui is a si'r
reliable remedy, aDd hat been hw
i-'Bfu!!y uit-d by weak aud ailiui
women for raore than 50 y-urs
Thousands of women have be-ii h-li
ed back to h4lth and happiness l;
its use. Why not profit by the!
experienre? A trial will r.mlnc
you that Cardui is Jut what yn
(ualified indorsement. Harper JIouim
To start bank account. Beeu trying to ssv an amount suf
ficient to "make a good start." The "small purchase temptation"
makes it very hard to accumulate a certain sum by k-pinn
money in your pocket or hiding It around the house probably
that has been your trouble. "
This good strong bank accepts deposit, for $1 .and up why
not come in and open an account with us now kt the batik help
you to save it is the only safe way.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
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