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now the greatest question before
the people of the State of Minnesota
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settling upon the White Earth
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White Earth, Minn.
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Frank D. Beaulieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wiiti Earth, Minn.
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to for the Chippewa Indians of
Minnesota. The result of their
work is far reaching and the In
dians at home are receiving the
benefits. THE TOMAHAWK will
from week to week make known
to the Chippewa Indians the
changes in the policy of the Indian
Office being accomplished by the
James I. Coffey is keeping up
his dirty work. He is the recog
nized stool-pigeon of the Indian
Office. He is now in Minnesota
securing letters from every Indian
he can mislead and deceive and
causing them to be sent to Wash
ington to try and prevent the dele
gation from accomplishing results
for the Chippewa Indians. He is
stirring up all the trouble he can.
It is up to the Chippewas of Min
nesota to stand by the delegation
now at Washington, for in doing
so men of the type of Coffey can
not continue to hamper and em-was
barass the good work being accom
plished by the representatives of
tbe General Council.
Red Cross Notes,
Mrs. B. L. Fairbanks extends
an invitation to all the ladies of
the lied Cross to come and do their
work on Saturday afternoons at
Yarn has bepn received and can
be secured at any time from the
Custodian, Mrs. B. L. Fairbanks.
Come and got some.
Word has been received by rela
tives that Sergeant Major De
Lancy Davis has arrived safely in
France. Another one of our In
dian boys who is "doing his bit"
for his country.
The following letter of thanks
was received from Andrew Belle
court who is in France:
Somewhere in France,
March 5, 1918.
Red Cross Society,
White Earth, Miun.,
Just a few lines to thank you
and the members of the Red Cross
at home for remembering me on
Xraas by sending me an Xmas
package. You do not know just
what joys came with the package.
It certainly cheers a fellow up to
learn that the friends left behind
have not forgotten him. 1 know
that I am not a stranger to the
members of the Society for I sec
their names in Tire TOMAHAWK,
which I receive.
Give my regards to the members
and thank them all for me.
Mrs. Alex McKenzie, Sr.
Death visited the home of Mr.
Alex McKenzie, Sr. last Monday
when his aged wife went to her
final reward. Mrs. McKenzie had
been a sufferer from rheumatism
for about a yeai and on 'Monday
she became very low and at 10:30BREAD
A. M. her spirit passed away.
Deceased was born at LaPointe,
Wis., in 1844, and was therefore
in the 74th year of her age. When
a girl she removed with he parents
to Hinkley, Minn., where she was
married to Mr. Alex McKenzie in
Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie former
ly resided on a farm near Beaulieu
but removed to, White Earth about
four years ago. During her resi
dence here Mrs. McKenzie had
gathered around her a host of
friends with whom TH E TOMA
HAWK joins in extending sympathy
to to bereaved.
The funeral occurred yesterday
from the Episcopa^church and
interment took place in the church
News of White Earth
"I know not what the truth may he,
I tell It as 'twas told to me.
B. L. Fairbanks was a business
visitor in Detroit on Friday last.
J. J. Selkirk for fine confec
tions, fancy groceries.
Geo. Bonga, of Cass Lake, was
an agency caller on Monday.
The B. L. -Fairbanks Co. for
up-to date groceries.
STOVESget them at Leecy's
E. P. Wakefield, of Waubun,
was a caller here the first of the
Frank DuFour came down from
Waubun Monday for a visit with
The PIONEER Store for gro
ceries, dry goods, etc.
Geo. E. Aspinwall, of Beaulieu,
a visitor in White Earth the
first of the week.
Robt. Belland, P. G. Henderson
and Dr. Damsel were among the
visitors in Detroit last Thursday.
Mr. P. G. Swanson, State Agent,
Minnesota State Public Seliool,
Owatonna, Minn., visited White
Earth last Friday afternoon. Mr.
Swanson came to consult with T.
H. Beaulieu concerning the placing
of some of the school charges with
suitable families in the village.
The enterprising firm of Rich
ardson & Budrow have been busy
the past week in making consider
able improvements in their pool
hall and confectionery establish
ment. When you want to play a
quiet game of pocket billiards or
smoke a good cigar, this is tbe
place to go.
House keepers will find the fol
lowing recipe for OATMEAL
very satifactory: 2 cups
oatmeal, 2 cups boiling water, 1
teaspoon salt. Pour boiling water
on oatmeal and let cool. One com
pressed yeast cake dissolved in
i one-half cup water, 1 cup flour.
Mix these ingredients together and
let rise. Then add one teaspoon
sugar, and three cups white flour.
Mix thoroughly and let rise again.
Then knead thoroughly, mold into
loaves and let rise a third time.
Bake in a moderate oven.
Intelligence has been received
here to the effect that Hon. D. S.
Hall, formerly Chippewa Com
missioner, who is well and favor
ably known among the White
Earth people, is confined at the
St. Barnabas Hospital, Minneap
olis. The intelligence states' that
"Mr. Hall is in the hospital re
covering from a severe and deli
cate operation for bowel trouble
the patient is very weak though
the doctors say he is gaining slow-
ly." The people of the reserva
tion generally cherish the highest
regards for Mr. Hall^ both as an
honest and faithful friend and one
of the fairest and squares* officials
that ever transacted business for
the Chippewas of Minnesota.
Once in awhile an Indian official is
found, one with his heart hi the
right place and who does not insist
that the "injun" iake the buzzard
always, and Nitche Hall was that
kind of an official.
Finest line of
Chippewa Women of Min
nesota to Organize.
Wage's Stationery Store.
White Earth, Minn.
Advertise in THE TOMAHAWK.
it brings results.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all CHIPPEWA WOMEN OF THE WHITE EARTH
RESERVATION that a meeting will be held at the DAY
SCHOOL BUILDING, in the Village of White Earth, ou
Tues., April 2nd,
at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon
for the purpose of perfecting an organization which is in-
tended to promote the interests and general^welfare of the
Chippewas in their relations with and in the control of their
affairs by the Government of the United States. While it
is the intention of the Women to deal with economic con
ditions and look to reform that will render improvement in
the educational matters, the work will be in co-operatioa
with that of the General Council of the Chippewas of
Minnesota. Remember the date
Tuesday, April 2nd, 1918.
We Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Our Aim is to Please.
J. J. SELKIRK 6c CO.
Fine Confections, Cigars and
R. P. FAIRBANKS, Prop.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Cash Paid for Hides.
Wh it Earn, Minn.
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One Year $1.50
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