The death of Mrs. Roaalls Farl.r .i ra at Edward. Farley, at her noma at Ban- Ban- croit. rseo., maraea tne passing of one of the most remarkable women of the state. Her father was Joseph Lafleache, otherwise "Iron-eye." "Iron-eye." "Iron-eye." the last chief -of -of the Omaha Indians. Laueschs was the son of a Frenchman whose lore of ad venture brought him in the early part of-this of-this of-this century to the hunting grounds of the Omaha a, where he married Into the tribe. Mrs. Farley's mother, who Is still living on the Omaha reservation, near Banfroft, is one of the few pure-blooded pure-blooded pure-blooded Omaha Indians that remain. The dead woman had rare business qualifications, qualifications, and conducted large enterprises successfully. For years she has leased many thousands of acres of grazing lands of the Omaha tribe, and has been long known as the "Cattle Queen."