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Indian Service News. Miss Naomi M. Moore is the new teacher at the Pima School, Ariz. Supt. Quigg, of the Hayward (Wis.). School, apd. Supt Craig, of Turtle Mountain, N. Dak., have exchanged places. Miss Cunningham has been trans ferred from the agency hospital at Fort Yates, N. Dak., to the sanatorium at Toledo, Iowa. Chilocco has the following new em ployees: D» E. News Items of General Interest HIS DEPARTMENT IS OPEN FOR CONTRIBUTIONS CON THE INDIAN AND HIS PROGRESS EVERYWHERE Williams, B. T. Hous ton, assistant farmers Louis Trebbe, electrician. Miss Louise Good crow, of Cannon Ball, N. Dak., and Miss Mabel Berry, of Greenwood, S. Dak., are new em ployees at the Indian School, Fort Yates, N. Dak. Supt. Peairs sold last week for the school 35 hogs which at $20 per hun dred brought the neat little sum of $1,565. Mr. Lipps left Tuesday morning for his home in Lewiston, Idaho, where he will spend a few days. He will be gone for several weeks and expects to visit some of the schools in the west. Gabe E. Parker of Muskogee, Okla homa, Superintendent of the Five Civilized Tribes and formerly Regis trar of the U. S. Treasury, has been se cured by Mr. Lipps to deliver the commencement address this year at Chilocco on June 18th. Chief Supervisor O. H. Lipps, who 21 is now in charge of the Chilocco School, was a welcome visitor on April 30th. We are pleased to know that he will return before he returns to" Chilocco. Alfonso Calac, aged 27, full blooded Indian from Rincon reservation near San Diego enlisted early in the war. Word has just been received from France that he died of wounds re ceived in battle. A memorial stone is to be erected on the Rincon reser vation in his honor, with impressive cermonies and tributes from both the white and red friends of the Indian hero.—The Sherman Bulletin. Mr. Blair, our principal, was taken suddenly ill with appendicitis on Sunday. He was hurried to Mercy hospital in Arkansas City, where Dr. McKay perfornied an operation at once. He bids fair to make a quick recovery, and we hope to have him with us again soon.—The Chilocco News. There was general rejoicing at Haskell Saturday evening when four of our soldier boys, Charles Williams, Luther Clements, Savannah Madrid, and Louis Deon arrived from Camp Funtson, where they had just been mustered out. All are looking well and seem happy. They used good judgment in arriving while a lawn social was in progress. As litter bearers all had been "over the top" serveral times and had had terrible experiences with shrapnel and gas.