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SOME CLASSY BL'ACKFEET INDIANS-JIUH?
"tittle .Wojnari"'.ajid-'Black Eagle."
Washington, Sept. 18: Two
palefaces were forinally -atdopted
by the Blackfeet- Indiana last
week. v v " '
They are Mr. arii Mrs.' Robert
D.-Heiril, and the. chief: of the.
Blackfeet narried- tn'ehY .withVaU'
the tribal ceremonies' and jgave'
them Indian names; ' J ''"'.'"' "
. The JJeinls had been Regularly
married" before this happened,.,
but they're prouder of the Black-
feet' ceremony, 'than the church
one. '..- '- '
rHeinl. is Washington con
respondent of ' Leslie's Weekly.
Mrs..rHeinl was Miss Helen Coc
hin;" a school teacher. .
I'f the Heinis' have their adop
tion by the Blackfeet certified to
the department of the interior,
they will be given then- share of;
the Blackfeet tribal jnOney, which
.will-be1 quite -a tidy .little sum,