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THE BEfllDJI DAILY PIONEER
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DIV0BCE C0UBT JUDGE'S BTJLES FOB KISSING
Note: Following is Judge Thomas F. Graham's own statement of
why and how a plentiful supply of hubby's kisses will keep the family out
of the dlTorce court. Judge Graham Is a noted Jurist of San Francisco.
As for our self we aren't saying a word, but for others we simply pass it
The kiss of a husband Is a pledge of his lore for his wife.
I bare advised men to Uss their wives. I have not advised wives to
Has their husbands.
The kiss that a wife gives to her husband does not mean as much to
the husband as the kiss that a husband gives to his wife.
To a husband a kiss Is only a Uss. Man only wants to be loved
he Isn't particular about being perpetually told that he Is being loved.
To a wife a kiss is more than the mere meeting of lips. A woman
isn't content merely with being loved. She wants to be continually told
that she is being loved.
A husband is telling and retelling his wife of his love every time he
kisses her. A woman is happy every time sue is given a reaffirmation of
her husband's love with a kiss. A woman who is conscious of her hus-
band's love will make all necessary sacrifices for her husband, will bear
every trial willingly, will strive to avoid every quarrel. A woman is con-
scious of her husband's love when her husband kisses her frequently.
To many wives a kiss only means "good-bye." To others it is only
the equivalent of "hello." But the kisses that are given when the hus-
band is not either going or coming mean much more. They are expres-
sions of love, expressions for which every wife is constantly yearning.
I know of only one variety of kissthe kiss of a pure man for a pure
woman. I care not whether it be planted on the forehead, the cheek or
the lipsthe kiss of a husband to his wife is the repledge, the reaffirms
tion of his love. If more husbands would kiss their wives more frequently
the judges who have to try divorce cases wouldn't be so far behind in their
work. And the divorce lawyers would starve to death.
NEW EBA DAWNS ON RUSSIA
It seems as if the people of Russia had come to the conclusion they
had had enough of despotism and tyrannical government administration
and a revolt was the only thing in order. We do not uphold riot nor
bloodshed, such as is incident to a revolution, but little else can accom-
plish the establishment of rights of the people under a monarchy such
as has ruled Russia.
It would seem as if the great country of Russia was entering upon a
new era and with her vast population and resources should soon take her
place "in the sun."
The government of Russia has been "rotten," to say the least. The
rule of the knout seems to be at an end.
TO O MANY DINKY MONARCHIES
One of the troubles of Europe is that a lot of half baked imbedlic
individuals termed "royalty" direct the destines of the millions of people
and it's small wonder they rebel at the oppression and tyranny forced up-
on them. There are too many little dinky monarchies, many not near
the size of osme states in the Union, reigning families, crowns, gold lace
and brass buttons.
After F. G. Halgren, manager of the Gamble-Robinson company, had
presented us with that crate of oranges yesterday and while we were
passing 'em around we gave one to a small boy and it certainly was a "son
kissed" orange sure 'nuff.
If you don't boost for Bemidji you can't expect other cities to boost
for you. Get in the gamebe a booster.
Don't be fooled by a woman with a hair cut or a man without one.
Genius grows IN the head, not ON it.
The postofflce has new flag. Hurrah for Uncle Sam!
Procrastination is the mother of invention.
10 W IS THE TIME to give
your rooms a dressing up
with new, fresh paint and paper, to
get rid of the dinginess and dirt of
winter. They will be purer and
freshwr, and you will enjoy liv
ing in them. Do this before
the hot weather comes on.
SEE ME FOR PAINTING, PAPERHANG-
ING AND KALSOMINING
Phone 231 518 Beltrami Ave.
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The Dally Pioneer la a member of the United Press Association, and
to lepreeentsrt for foreign advertlslne by the
offleee la New York and Chicago, branehas In an arlaetpal ClUes.
At the Elko.
Manager Whaley of the Elko thea
ter announces that he is to present
Sunday, matinee and evening, the
Pathe Gold Rooster play, "Divorce
and the Daughter," which has caused
favorable comment in New York and
The star is Florence LaBadie,
whose many admirers are always glad
to learn of her appearance. She is
supported by a splendid cast, and
the strong story by Agnes C. John
ston is characterized by its humane
ness and by its big theme dealing
with the divorce evil.
At the Sex.
Violet Mersereau, the dainty and
fascinating star of Bluebird photo
plays, will be the star in "Broken
Fetters," announced for exhibition at
the Rex theater on Sunday, with
William Garwood her leading man.
Rex Ingram has written an exciting
picture play and produced it him
self, thus insuring the fulfillment of
all his ideas in the method and man
ner of the presentation. The scenes
are laid in China, during the early
progress of the play, an the cul
mination of the story brings the char
acters to New York's Chinatown
where thrilling encounters and var
ious exciting episodes maintain the
interest in the drama at extreme ten
At the Grand.
Having recently created an un
usual success in the Jesse L. Lasky
production of "The Cheat," in sup
port of Fannie Ward, and in the stel
lar role of "Alien Souls," Sessue
Hayakawa, the noted Japanase actor,
will be seen at the Grand theater to
night in the Jesse L. Lasky produc
tion of "The Honorable Friend," a
thrilling photodrama written espec
ially for him by Elizabeth McGaffey
and prepared for the screen by.Eva
Sunday, Ann Pennington will be
seen in "Susie Snowflake," a comedy
drama of Broadway and the home.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
In order to cure it you must take an
internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
Bystem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years. It is com
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is what produces such wonderful
results in catarrhal conditions. Send for
P. J. CHENET & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
All Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation-
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