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The Tomahawk. [volume] (White Earth, Becker County, Minn.) 1903-192?, January 23, 1919, Image 8

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Frank 0. Beaulieu.
ATTOHKEMT UW.
Welti Earth, Minn.
A, O. SLETVOLD
LAWYER
PRACTICES IN ALL, COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
Office Oftr Sicirify Stati Bank
Detroit,. Minnesota.
J. H. BALDWIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Frazee, Minn.
Denninson Wbeelok
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
aid
Solicitor 1i Cbancerf
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
511 Mineham big., Green Bay, Wis.
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JOHNLEECY
Notary Public
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WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA
Advertise in THE TOMAHAWK.
it brings results.
Finest line of
Stationery
and
School
Supplies
MAGAZINE
Subscriptions.
Wage's Stationery Store.
White Earth, Minn.
Advertise in The Tomahawk
it brings results.
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intendent may be honest and con
scientious? we do not understand
that chargeshave ever been made
against his honesty and workings
of conscience. He may have all
along been acting in accordance
with his ideas of honesty and con
scientiousness, in other words true
to his own purposes and to his
own judement but the Chippewas
have ever- distrusted his honesty
toward them and have never be
lieved in that code of morals which
satisfies his conscience.
The Indian Office has always
upheld him and thus distrust has
passed on to this office.
It refused for one thing to per
mit a congressional investigation,
prefering to send a man whose
sympathy ever has lain with the
office and whose antagonism has
been directed always against the
progressive Indian, party in Min
nesota.
Mr. Linnen's hatred began years
ago when in association with Mr.
Moorbead he visited reservations
in the interest of a clique whose
thoughts upon things smack of the
period of the cave man.
Messrs Linhen and Moorbead at
the Graham investigation saved
the bacon of Mr. Howard, then
superintendent, even though they
knew Mr. toward was dishonest
enough to appropriate to his ownselves."
use fuel belonging to the Indians.
Mr. Linnen's idea of honesty
then was that Mr. Howard was
justified because his salary was
small, though that salary in
amount exceeded any salary he
had ever before received.
Supt. Hinton never has been
charged with any such appropria
tion by self as was Mr. Howard,,
aud we cite Mr. Howard's case
only as an instance to reveal Mr.
LinrienV easy "cxmacience" anent
the commandment'Thou Shalt Not
Steal.
To him criminality is measurable
by the state' of a supposed need
induced by the small annual pay
of an official. Mr.'Liunen's logic
pushed to the limit would close
the doors of prisons and excuse
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application*, as they cannot reach
the diaeaaed portion of tha ear. There ia
only one way to cure catarrhal deafness,
and that Is by a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness ia caused by an In
named condition of the mucous- lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im
perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely
cloaed, Deafness la the result. Unless the
Inflammation can be reduced and this tube
raatored to Its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever. Many cases ot
deafness are caused by catarrh, which la
an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur
face". Hall's Catarrh -Medicine acta thru
the blood on the mucous surfacea of the
system.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir
culars free. All Druggists. 76c.
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. Cv
N? I. LARGE
EXTRA TO AVERA6E
12.00to10.00
ftOOto 7.50
7.00lo 6.00
12.00tol9.00 laOOto 8.C9
WINTER lOOtelGO 150to225
1MttMWnORSM ME ro* mncoMiC'
9.0Cto 7.00
7.G0to 6.00
53H5.00
l40to 2.G0 1.75to 1.40
2.10to 1.30 L50teL20
WHI TE 12Sttl50 2-25to 1.75 liOto 12S Lsi
STAINED 2.001s 150 1.40to 120 lJOOta .75lf.fl
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any criminal disregarding the laws
of mine and thine.- But the In
dian Office awakened one day to
the error of paying a salary to
Mr. Howard out of Chippewa
funds and invited this gentleman
to resign.
This was due no doubt to the
pressure brought upon the office
to act upon the report of
Mr.monia,
Holcombe.
It seems that the Indian Office
has promised to the Congressional
Indian Committee ''early action"
to remedy unsatisfactory condi
tions at White Earth. This means
of course that Mr. Linnen's reco
mendations will be acted upon and
Mr. Hinton requested to seek
another peg on which to hang bis
hat than the one located in the
White Earth agency office.
Mr. Linnen's report, while it
refers in several instances to Mr.
Six, does not recommend his re
moval, but by all rights he should
alio be requested to retire from
the old haunts, for to the people
he is as much "persona non grata"
as Mr. Hinton. The Chippewas
can spare him and will not bemoan
his absence from the reservation.
The King and Jack can be
spared from the deck of White
Earth affairs, Mr. Six has ability
and should be able to fit in some
where to his own pecuniary- ad-
vantage.
Mr. Linnen saya "The condi
tions among the Chippewas are not
as bad as represented by them
Had the Indians believed
an Indian Office investigator would
have acted fairly they would have
appeared at. the* various meetings
and substantiated their charges.
They did not so b#lieve and re
frained from attendance, but even
at that Mr. Linhen was compelled
against his own will to make' his
declarations and thus himself veri
fy the cause of complaint.
Undoubtedly Mr. Hinton will
soon look his last upon White
Earth's landscapes and the com
fortable agent's house and the
office ovet^whidrrfae^ presided like
a petty autocrat.
Gentlemen of the delegation
keep up your activities.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many kind friends who
so loyally extended their aid andClarence"
sympathy in our late bereavement,
the death of our beloved daughter,
we wish to offer our most sincere
thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Beaulieu,
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LOSTOne female Russian
Wolf Hound, color white. Finder
notify C. F. Johnson, Waubun^
Minn., and receive reward.
THE TOMAHAWK
DOMT SELL
that Extra
La rqe Dark Mink
//$16*2
N?I.MEDIUM
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
N? I. SMALL
failed to make
note of the arrival of a baby girl
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. C.
Martin on Dec. 4th.
N2
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
6.001a 5.00
Sioomoo
1.15b JO
DON'T SELL YOUR FURS AT "ANY OLD PRICE"
when "SHUBERT" is paying such extremely hifh price*.
"SHUBERT" Wants Minnesota Furs-All Yon Can Ship
lu law TMrtr T-T 1 g... KI~ hesMat and KWtxalmmm
A 'IJBKBW TA EWTEIOB*E* on your shipment means"saw* sassjay"
far year Fui-'mcker"-"ta and promptest SERVICE ia Ike wacisV*
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1.75to 1.00
L2Sto .75
5.00H3.00
Ufa 150 4.00to 100
lJOto 1.01 MOto .75 iOto .40
1.00to .60 J5to 2S
1.00to i .40to 2S
.75to .41
A.B .b S HUBERT//vc
SHIP VOOR FURS titiEcr TO
LAR6ESI HOUSE IH THE WOOD DEAUMG EXCUISIEDr IN
AMERICAN RAW FURS
15-27 W.Austin Ave.fcH.7* Chicago. U.S.A.
JOto 20
Elenora Mary H. Beaulieu
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Elenora Mary H. Beaulieu, sec
ond daughter of Theodore H. and
Julia E. Beaulieu, died at St.pneumonia.
Mary's hospital, Minneapolis, Sat
urday evening,, Jan. 18, 1919. Her
death was due to bronchial pneu
hastened by inflamation of
the heart.
Last September Miss Beaulieu
was recommended for apprentice
in war work nurse service at the
National hospital, Washington, D.
,C, by Hon. F. B. Kellogg, U. S.
Senator, and'Hon. H. Steenerson,
Congressman, 9th District, but it
was afterwards concluded it were
best to take%er preliminary train
ing at St. Mary's hospital. On
Saturday the 11th inst.she con
tracted a slight cold which soon
developed into pneumonia. Onat
Monday her father was called by
message to ome at onc and ar
rived at her bedside Tuesday
morning. Her brother, Clarence,
who is employed in the State
Railroad and Warehouse service
was in attendance. Everything
that medical skill, nurse service
and loving hands could do was
employed night and day but noth
ing could arrest the cruel ravages
of the insideous disease and Satur
day evening at 20' minutes past
7 her valient fight against the re
lentless enemy ceased, and her
sweet spirit answered, the loving
call of the Savior.
"Ella" Beaulieu as she was more
familiarly known, was born at
White Earth, Minnesota, May
1st, 1889, and wa* a young
woman of exceptional natural en
dowments a most lovable nature
amiable and endearing, her loving
solicitude especially for her aged
parents and immediate members of
her family was incomparable. She
was a charter member of the White
Earth Auxiliary Red Cross branch
and previous to her departure to
take a course in wa- work ntffse
training, was a most active anfl
energetic worker' in war relief.
Besides her parents she leaves
One lister, Mrs. E. M. Pahl, of
Seattle, Wash. two brothers,
R.| employed in the
State Warehouse service at Min
neapolis aud Attorney F. D.
.Beaulieu, of this village, and a host
or friends to mourn her early
demise.
The funeral took place on Tues
day morning from St Benedict's
Catholic church here, and in honor
of the fact that she had enlisted in
the nurse service to do war work
the pall-bearers were composed iir
six members of White Earth's re
turned soldier boys, boyhood
friends of the deceased.
Rev. Father Aloysi us, in bis re
marks at the obsequies, paid this
beautiful tribute to the deceased:
"She was as pure as the beautiful
roses on her coffin she was an
honor to her church, to the parish
and the community."
News of White Earth
and Vicinity.
know mot wmmt the trwtm mmy e.
I ten It as 'fares fo/a" to me."
PAY your subscription.
Ex-Supt. Howard was an agency
caller during the week.
Geo. Fox, of Detroit,, was a
White Earth visitor the latter part
of last week.
Mrs. Frank Warren, of Ogema,
died at the hospital here last
Thursday morning of pneumonia.
Mrs. .Warren, who was formerly
Miss Maude Bonness, had been
sick but a short time, but when
her.condition became serious she
was removed to the hospital here,
everything that medical skill and
care could do proved of no avail,
she grew gradually weaker until
at an early hour Thursday morn
ing she passed away.
Sam Fairbanks, of Beaulieu,
visited White Earth friends dur
ing the past week.
Edward Blair is confined to the
agency hospital with an attack of
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam5th
Smith, on Tuesday, Jan. 21st, a
baby boy.
Mr. Tembrock, of the firm of
Tembrock & Kolb, Ogema, trans
acted business at the agency during
the past week.
TRAPPERS, attention! ship
your fur to Shubert, Chicago, and
get more money. See. add on this
page.
FOUNDOne good right haiid
leather mitt, dark red in color.
Found Christmas night on the
road to the Episeopal church.
Owner can have same by calling
this office, identifying property
and paying for this notice.
DAYLIGHT
We Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Mrs. John Carl, of Mahnomen,
attended tha funeral of Miss
Elenora Beaulieu which took place
Tuesday morning.
John G. Roy, who has been
doing his bit as a member of the
Bat. U. S. Guards stationed at
the Rock Island Arsenal Rock
Island, III., arrived home last
Saturday, haying been honorably
discharged from diity.
Word has been received of the
death of James Bear, son of Peter
Bear of this reservation, and ad
opted son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Rogers, of Ft. Ripley. Minn. He
enlisted at Brainerd last May and
went to Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,
later going to Camp Humpbery,
Va., where he was made Corporal,
he was taken off the over-seas list
and sent to an officer's training
camp where contracted pneumonia
from which he died. He was
buried in the Arlington Cemetery,
Virginia. -y
General Merchants
Our Aim is to Pteasz
IfkHIM FFlPY WHIT E EARTH,
t-fvTff#T 4-f~f~l/ MINNESOTA.
J.J. SELKIRK & CO.
Dealers in.
Fine Confections, Cigars and
Tobacco.
Fancy Groceries
White Earth, Minn.
THtPIONEERS TORE
R. P. FAIRBANKS, Prop.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
White Eorh,
Cash Paid for Hides.
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Minn.

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