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Vendredi le 29 Décembre 1922
M. J. C. Marquis, employé au bureoM
de pesage ie l'Etat, qui est retenu de
puis quelque temps à èa chambre des
suites d'un aorident de travail arrivé
le 14 dernier, prend maintenant beau
coup de mieux.
M. P. J. B. Renai^d. de Duluth,
Mmn était à Minneapolis ces jours
derniers, et était l'hâte d'anciens amis
M. et Mme J. C. Marquis de TA ve
rt ue Uptcci N.
Mme A. Biiodeau qui est malade à
l'hôpital depuis trois semaines, dun
abcès dans ia tête prend beaucoup de
mieux, sous les bons soins d'U.Ti spé
cialiste. Elle espère rentrer chez elle
dans quelques jours.
Les Petites Soeurs des Pauvres of
frent leurs sincères remerciements à
tous leurs chers Bienfaiteurs, qui les
ont aidées de :eurs généreuses aumô
nes pendant l'année^ pour le soutien de
leurs pauvres Vieillards.
Bonne et heureuse année à tous.
M. et Mme Frank Roussin, de Ga.
rry,
S. D. étaient de passage en notre
ville, hier, en route pour Warroad, où
ils visiteront M. Guibault et Mme
GuîbauT-t, soeur de Mme Roussin.
M. Roussin a disposé de à hôtel à
Gary, dont il était le propriétaire, en
éohange d'une terre dans le Dakota.
Santa Claus m'a apporté 'J-e belle
boîte de surprise!
Iï est si aimable ce vieux Santa que
si je pouvais le rejoindre je l'embras
erais
3ur
les deux joues, à la mode
française.
Bonne année à PELrfO et à tous
tes abonnés, inrrtout ceux du Canada,
ïr.es très chers amis. Mme -T. L.
OFFCIERS DU CAMP CHAMPLAIN
Le Camp ChampLain, No 10, W. 0.
W. a tenu l'élection, annuelle de ses
officiers, jeudi dernier, avec le ré
sultat suivant:
Consuii Commandeur. -Jos. E. Pois
san,
Li eut e rjant -A vi s eur Charles J. Ma
rier.
Banquier. Arthur Boehet.
Commis, A. H. De-meules.
Escorte, Thc^. Archambault.
Gardien, Chas. Archambault.
Sentineïïet J. T. Leauc.
Médecin, Dr C. A. Lapierre.
Syndic, J. T. Leduc.
MARIAGES
Le mariage a enlevé à~M. P.
Renaud,
J.
Le mardi 26 décembre courant .ui
enlevait une deuxième fille, Mlle An
nette-Joséphine Rer.a-Jd, qui épousait,
aussi en l'église St Jean-Baptiste, M.
Harold F. Dion, de Duluth, le R. P.
Robillard donnant la bénédiction nup
tial- et célébrant la messe.
Le soir. MM. et Mmes Louisell et
Dion, et M. P. J. B.
B.
de Duluth, Minrj., et ce.a
noins de de^x mois, trois de ses filCes.
En effet, le 31 Octobre dernier M.
Frank Loi:elle, de Duluth, conduisait
-à l'autel, en l'église St Jean-Baptiste,
Mlle Sara Renaud. Le Rév. Père
Robillard unit les nouveaux à poux et
célébra la messe nuptia.e.
Renaud
leur pè­
re, venaient à Minneapolis où i"s as
sistèrent tous au mariage d'une troi
sième fi Be. Mlle
Marie-Jeanne
Re­
naud, avec M. Andrew I. Weiss, qui a
eu lieu en 'l'église St Joseph de Mini
neapolis, mercredi matin le 27 décem
bre, ruivi de la messe nuptiale.
M. et Mme Dion étaient dame et
garçon d'honneur.
Après la cérémonie religieuse, lé
cortège nuptial se rendit à la maison
des parents de M. Weiss, 2423 Avenue
Bryant N.f où un déjeuner nuptial
fut servi à 11 heures.
Les nouveaux époux partirent dans
la journée pour tun court voyage de
noces et le soir, MM. et Mmes Loui
sell et Dion, et M. Renaud repre
naient Te train pour Duluth.
Nous offrons à ces trois nouveaux
ctouples une suite de jours de joies et
de benedictions rare de jours sombres
dont cgttc vie semble réserver à tous.
Mme Nellie O'Neil, annonce le ma
riage de sa fille, Florence-Louise, avec
M. Eugène J. Joncas, fils de M. Henri
Jonc as. La cérémonie a eu lien ile 27
décembre.
Bonheur aux nouveaux époux.
Rheumatisme Inflammatoire.. "Ma
femme a souffert de rhumatisme^ in
flammatoire pendant huit ans, écrit
Mr. 0. Haugen de Rochester, Minn.
"Parfois elle en souffrait tellement
qu'elle ne pouvait ni s^ laver ni se
X-feigner les chevelus, kille commenta
à faire usage du Novoro du Dr.
Pierre, et maintenant aile est en si
lonne santé que parfois elle aide
dans mon travail." Cette vielle pre
paration herbeuse est très appreciee
comme "médecine- rhumatismale
car par son bienfaisant effet sur les
organes de l'élimination elle soulage
toutes sortes de- douleurs rhumatis
males. On ne
peut
l'obtenir chez les
droguistes, mais seulement par des
agent» spéciaux. Pour renseigne
ments écrire à £)r. Peter Fahrney &
Sons Co.. 2501 Washington Blvd.,
Chk^ago. ÎTinois. Ana.
Un drame religieux en vue animées,
intitulé: ''The Victim", eau neuf actesj
sera représenté dans l'Auditorium de
l'église Ste Anne, 26e Avenue N. et
Queen, dimanche soir à 8h.l5, le 7
jenvier 1923. Les biïlets pour les
adlultes sont 35 cents, et pour Tes en
fants, 15 cents.
Cette démonstration d'affection et
d'amour, de dévouement et de sacrifice,
"héroïsme, de triomphe dépasse tout
ce que vous ayez jamais vu.
Ce chef-d'oeuvre est uxe leçon pour
les enfants, dorafc l'innocence ignore
encore ^amertume des douleurs de la
vie urne inspiration à la jeunesse qui
fait face aux graves réalités de la vie
un éclatant souvenir aux vieillards* qui
ont traversé les joies et iles épreuves
de cette vallée de misère.
Il est intéressant à tous les âges,
aux vieux, aux jeuines et aux enfants.
d'un réalisme Surpassant -tout ce qui
se voit dans les théâtres aujourd'hui
et Test amateurs de u~t genre de repré
sentations verront à cette occasion
la perfectio nde l'art dans ce genre.
E n'y a donc nul doute qu'il y aura
saîle comble.
M. Arsenauilt organiste du "Henne
pin-Orpheum sera à Torgnae et Mme
Mabel Pelletier, et un choeur de qua
tre garçonnets sous sa direction, chan
te rort au dours de la représentation.
Les billets seront distribués diman
che aux deux messes, et les parois
siens pourront les payer aux syndics
en sortant de d'église. Assiurez-vous
de votre place à laquelle tjhaque pos^
sesseur -de --billet payé aura le droit,
sinorj vous courez le risque de ne pou
voir y avoir admission.
DÉCÈS
M. Gedéoci Dufcé, célibataire et ré
sident de notre ville depuis de nom
breuses années, est décédé vendredi
dernier à l'hôpital St Andrews. Il
a sucoombé à la pneumonie après quel
ques jours de maladie seulement.
était âgé ed 65 ans. Plusieurs frères
et soetors Tui «survivent. Le défunt
était membre du camp Cham plain, W.
0. W. Son service a été chanté mar
di dernier le 26 courant en l'église
Notre-Dame de Lourdes. Le R. P.
Millet, curé officiait. L'inhumation a
eu lieu au cimetière d'Os-seo où le dé
funt naquit.
Nos condoléances.
M. Louis Stimart, Belge, est décédé
en cette villle la semaine dernière à l'â
ge de 45 ans. Il laisse une épouse et
un fils. Son service a été chanté en
l'église Notre-Dame de Lotodes.
La mort viesrjt d'enlever presque su
bitement un vénérable Français an
cien pionnier du comté de Wright,
Minnesota.
En effet, M. Charles Chevalier qui
avait atteint le bel âge de 82 ans, 1
moiis et 19 jours, expirait dans la nuit
de mardi à mercredi du 19 au 20 dé
cembre. était légèrement indispo
sé d\m rhiuime depuis quelque jours, et
la veflle de sa morte, il semblait beau
coup mieux, mais le matirj il fut trouvé
mort dans son lit par sa fille Mme J.
C. Rousseau:, de Crosby, N. D., avec la
quelle il demeurait depuis queùqrjie
temps.
M. Charles Chevalier nacfuàt à ilTsle
of Jersey, Angleterre, le 21 Octobre
1840. Lorsqu'il était encore enfant, il
alla ave*} ses parents résider à Ville
Dieu, France où ils demeurèrent jus
qu'en 1864 alors- qu'iils vinrent en Amé
rique et ils se fixèrent à French Lake,
comté de Wright et s'adonnèrent à la
culture. Le 18 sepemibre 1867 il épou
sa, à St Paul, Mlle Marie Lambert, qui
était née à Font, Suisse, le 12 octobre
1839. Cette vénérable octogénaire le
dévança dans 1a tombe de quakfiiie3
mois seulement, décédant aussi à Cros
by le 27 juin dernier.
Travailleurs infatigables et écono
mes, ils s'acquirent une jolie fortune
qu'ils ont laissée à leur enfant unique
Mme J. C. Rousseau.
E,TJ
1891, ils vendirent leur ferme
de Frenche Lake et allèrent résider à
Annandale où ils demeurèrent jus
qu'au 26 août 1920 vu là faible santé
de Mme Chevalier ils allèrent habi
ter a Crosby avec leur fille.
Outre Mme J. C. Rousseau, le défunt
laisse trois petits-enfants Ray Rous
seau, de Crosby, et Mlle Vivien Rotate
seau et Gifton Rousseau^ tous deux
habitant Minneapolis et trois arrière
petits-enfants.
La dépouille mortelle, accompagnée
par-Mme J, C. Rousseau» fut trainférée
à Annandale, Minn.,oùIes funérailles
eurent lieu «açaedi dernier à l'église
St Igmaae. L'inhumation a eu ftieu àu
icimetière Woodïawn.
Noue* prions. Mme. J. G., Rousseau et
sa famipe. .d'agréer nos chrétiennes
.syrapatbies dans la perte qu'ils vrefi
neot de sabir.
HM
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E A E
HENNEPIN-ORPHEUM
JOHN A. DAHL,
Petition for Distribution
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
JOHN Ai DAHL,
J&w. It. Ooan. Attorney, V
805 Palace 1-lfc
7. Ko. 26816
Order for (^editors to Present*
Claims, Etc.
JOHN A. DAHL,
A. M. Leitscihuh,
1226 2nd. St. N. E. 1-12
No 26709
JOHN A. DAHL,
No 26136
Order for Hearing Final Account, and
Petition for Distribution
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
fhis,
JOHN A. DAHL,
McDowell & Fosse
en. Attorneys,
207 Paalce BMg. 1-12
No23524
Theodore F. Wendland, Attorney,
311 Globe Bldg. 12-29
No 25762
Order for Hearing Final Account and
Petition for Distribution
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
JOHN A. DAHL,
A. 0. DevoUd .Attorney.
329 Pafaee Bldg. 1-12
No. 12506
JOHN A. DAHL,
C. C. BELANGER
AGENT GÉNÉRAL D'ASSURANCE
DE TOUTES SORTES
Bureau Principal:
815 à 821 Avenue Cedar
Branche: 1912 Avenue Lyndale Sud
Tél. Kenwood 2677 le jour et le soir
Ecart Judiciaire
—Suite de la 2e page—
EBe avait l'argent et, pressée d'a
cheter elle inventerait un mopen ra
tionaeî pour en expliquer la prove
nance.
A la fin de la semaine, un incident
parut confirmer ses prévisions 86
phâe demanda |isoiiiÀaîtrédé lui ac
corder un cwÈngé.de' quelques jomw.
—A Smvue—
Toujours de l'Espoir
même quand d'autres médecines ne vous ont
pas aidé. Une simple et vieille préparation
herbeuse comme le
OVORO
Du DR. PIERRE
peut vous remettre sur la route de la santé. Il a fait cela pour des
milliers d'autres. Pourquoi
pas
pour
vous?
Il est absolument sain. Ne contient pas de drogues nuisibles»
11 est bon pour toute là Camille.
fi*histoire intéressante de sa découverte, avec des renseignements
très valuables, et des attestations véritables, est envoyée gratuitement
sur. demande. Ce remède herbeux renommé ne peut être obtenu chez
les droguistes. Des agents spéciaux le fournissent. Ecrire à
DR. PETER AHRNEY & SONS CO.
2501 Washington Bird. CHICAGO, Ol.
Défirré Ebre de tou droits u Canari»
JOHN A. DAHL,
No 25833
JOHN A. DAHL,
No 26664
JOHN A. DAHL,
Elliott & Doll'. Attorneys,
810 New York Life Bldg. 12-29
No. 26718
JOHN A. DAHL,
WINGATES
Y O O S
nt k Mm Aw

vEcbo be Truest
Grande
Representation
Il touche le coeur de tous.
Ces vues cinématographiques sont I oostly wardrobe is a fashion show in
itse'f. Especially featured irj the bill
is "Ftlashes", miniature musical come
dy with "Doc" Baker lightning chan
ge artist, supported by that vivaqiouls
young beauty, PoUy Walker, and Bud
and Jack Pearson, dance stars, as
we3 as rine pretty singing girls. It
is the first bag "girl show" of the sea
son at this theater and is- a lightning
revue of funn, fads and fashions with
alT the pleasant features of a real
Outdistancing anything seen at the
Heaaaepin-Orpheum this year in merri
ment and liveliness, the big New
Years week bill opening Sunday is
featured by Karyl Norman, "The
•Creoûe Fashion FSate,*' the sensation
of vaudeville and one of the highest
salaried performer on the stage today.
In addition to the seven exclusive
Orpheum circuit vaudeville acts and
feature photoplay, Shirley Mason in
the first run of "The New Teacher/'
the performers all join in a rollick
ing after-piecef making in fact eight
vai
aide ville acts. Karyl Niotrmarj, rec
ognized- as the greatest female im
personator of all time, amazes by his
dual personality appearing in gor
geous raimesntr worn with perfect poi
se and grace, and singing- soprano in
a beautiful, ï^ear, resonant and well
sustained voice and then in conveau
tional drees cf a young' college man,
singing popular songs in an excep
tional dress of a young college man,
singing popular songs in an exceptio
nally well modulated baritone. His
Broadway musical show—chock full
of merrimezit and elaborately staged
and costumed. "Chic Yorke and Ro
se King will be back in their scream
ingly funny rural act, one of the best
of its kind in vaudeville, and depicting
a pair of tintypes from the o"d family
album going through songs and dan
ces. "Her Bashful Romeo", a comedy
song and darxe skit is Frank Fisher
and EM rie Gilmore's vehicle. Smith
and Stron^ cowboy and Indiau, have a
novelty, singing act. Herbert and Da
re are sensational gymnasts. CarLton
Emmy and his 18 Scotch terriers have
something entii^y new in an animal
act. The big comedy after-piece was
conceived by Yorke and King and has
been in rehearsal! for several weekis.
Order for Hearing Petition to
Sell Lands
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of Clifford Envil, Meflvin Envil, Eve
3yn, Envil and Carl Envil, minors.
.On receiving and filing the
petition of Sara Envil Guardian
of above named Wards, praying that
license be to her granted to sell the
real estate therein described be
longing to said Wards and it ap
pearing, by said petition, to the
Court, that itj is necessary for the
maintenance and education of said
Wards, and that it would be for the
benefit of said Wards to sell said
real estate:
It is therefore Ordered, That all
persons interested in the estate of
said Waida appear before said Pro
bate Court, at a special term there
of to be held on Monday, the 8th day
of January, 1923 at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court House, in said
County, then and there to show cause
(if any there be) why license should
sot be granted to said Guardian to
sell -said real estate according- to the
prayer of said petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given to all
persons interested, by publishing this
order once in each week for three
successive weeks prior to said day of
hearing, in the Echo de l'Ouest a.
newspaper printed and published in
said County.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 14th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court:
Judgs of the Probate Court.
Archie H. MiHer, Attorney,
Hopkins, Minn. 12-29
No 26073
Order for Hearing Final Account and
In the Matter of the Estate of
Albert Harris Decedent.
On receiving and filing the final
account of the administratrix of the
estate of said decedent, and her
petition praying ior the allowance
of said account and for a decree
assigning the residue of said estate
to the persons by law entitled to the
same
It is Ordered, That all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
the said Probate Court on Monday the
99nA day January, 1923, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro
bate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis in said County, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
why said account should not be al
lowed and said estate should not be
distributed as prayed for in said
petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county,.
Dated at Mnxcteapo'Ms, this 22nd day
of December 1922.
By the Court:
Judge cd the Probate Coast.
State of Minnesota County of Hen
nepin. Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
AngeSne Beriault. Deceased.
Letters testamentary on the
Estate of Angelina Beriault, de
ceased, late of the County of Henne
pin and State of Minnesota, being
granted to Eva Irving of said oounty
and state
And it appearing upon proper proof
by the affidavit of the said Eva
Irving, made and filed herein,
that there are no debts against the
estate of the said Angeline Beriadlt.
deceased
It is Ordered, That th:*ee months be
and the same is hereby allowed from
and after the date of this order in
which all persons having claims or
demands against the said deceased
are required to file the sa.no in the
Probate Court of said County of Hen
nepin for examination and allowance,
or be forever barred.
It is Further Ordered, that the
first Monday in April, 1923, at ten
o'clock a. m., at a General Term
of said Probate Court, to be held at
the Court House in the City of Min
neapolis, in said county, be and the
same is hereby appointed as the time
and place when and where the said
Probate Court will axamine and ad
just said claims and demands.
And it is Further Ordered, that
notice of such hearing be given to all
creditors and persons interested in
said estate by forthwith publishing
this order once in each week for three
successive woeks in the Ech de l'Ou
est a»newspaper printed and published
in said county.
Dated at Minneapolis, this- 27th day
of December 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
Order for Hearing Petition for Letters
of Administration
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Es'tate of
Arthur Fearing Decedent.
On receiving and filing the petition
of WiSiam J. Coin way.- praying- that
Letters of Administration on said
estate issue to him
It is Ordered, That said Petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter appear before this
Court on Monday, the 22nd day of
January, 1923 at 10 A. M., at the
Probate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis, in said county, and then,
jr as soon thereafter as said petition
can be heard, show cause, if any there
be, why said petition should not be
granted.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for thrve successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 26th day
of December, 1922,
By the Court:
Judge cf the Probate Court
1-12
In the Matter of the Estate of
Ed. Eugene Smith, also known as Ed.
E. Smith Decedent.
On receiving and filing the final
account of the exequtor of the
last will and testament of
said decedent and
petition
praying, for the allowance of said
account and or a decree assigning, the
.resîdue of said estate .to the persons
by law entitled to the isame.
It is Ordered, That all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
said Probate Court on Monday, the
22nd day of January, 1923, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro
bate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis in said County, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
why said account should not be al
lowed and said estate should not be
distributed as prayed for in said
petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county, and by
mailing a copy of this order to all the
legatees named in said will and
heirs-at-law of said decedent when
their address is known or can be as
certained by due diligence, at least
fourteen (14) days before the date of
said hearing, unless notice is waived.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 28th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court.
Judge of the Probate Court.
Order for Hearing Final Account and
Petition for Distribution
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Ferdinand Grnidl Decedent.
On receiving and filing the final
account of the administrator
of the estate of said decedent, and his
petition praying for the allowance
of said account. and for a decree
-assigning the residue of said estate
fco the persons by law entitled to the
same
It is Ordered, That all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
said Probate Court on Monday, the
8th day of January, 1923, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro
bate Court in t^e Court House at
Minneapolis in jsaid County, then and
there to show cause, if any^ tfrere J)«,
n^by said account should -, not be fûr
lowed said estate shotua not be
distributed as prayed for in said
petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county, and by
mailing a copy of this order to all the
heirs-at-law of said decedent when
their address is known or can be as
certained by due diligence, at least
fourteen (14) days before the date of
said hearing, unless notice is waived.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 13th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court
In the Matter of the Estate of
Gilbert- Jevfce Decedent.
On receiving and filing the final
account of the administrator of the
estate of said decedent and his
petition playing for the allowance
of said account and for a decree
assigning the residue of said estate
to thé persona by law entitled to the
same
It is ordered, That all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
said Probate Court on Monday the
22nd day of January, 1923, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro
bate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis in said County, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
why «said acbount should aaot be
allowed and said estate should not be
distributed as prayed for in said
petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county, and by
mailing a copy of this order to all the
heirs-at-law of said decedent when
their address is known or can be as
certained by due dilligence, at least
fourteen (14) days before the date of
said hearing, unless notice is waived.
Dated at Miime'apols, this 28th day
of December 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
Order for Hearing Guardian's Final
Account.
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
Arthur Fearing, incompetent.
On receiving and filing 'the final
Amount of Wiliam J. Conway as
Guardian of above named Ward, and
his petition praying for settlement
and allowance of said aqsouift,
It is Ordered, That said petition be
heard and said Account examined at
a Special Term of this Court to be
held at the Court House, in the City
of Minneapolis, in said County, on
Monday the 22nd day of January,
1923 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
and that all persons interested in
said matter appear before said Court
at said time and place, the» and there
ta show cause, if any there be. why
said account should not be allowed.
And, It is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given
to all persons interested there
to, by publishing this Order once
in each week, tot three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing in
the Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper
printed and published in said County.
Dated at Minneapolis this 28th day
of December. 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
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Order for Hearing Final Account and
Petition for Distribution
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
John Wil'iam Sampson Decedent.
On receiving and filing the final
account of the administrator of
the estate of said decedent, and his
petition praying for the allowance
of said account and for a decree
assigning the residue of said estate
to the persons by law entitled to the
same
It is Ordered, That all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
said Probate Court on Monday the
8th day of January, 1923, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro
bate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis in said County, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
why said account should not be al
lowed and said estate should not be
distributed as prayed for in said
petition.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county, and by
mailing a copy of this order to all the
hoirs-at-law of said decedent when
their address1 is known or can be as
certained by due diligence, at lea3t
fourteen (14) day before the date of
said hearing, unless notice is waived.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 8th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
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ORDER FOR HEARING
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Marion H. Roe Decedent.
On receiving and filing the Petition
of A?va L. Roe praying for
the allowance of an instrument
purporting to be the last will and
testament of said decedent and pre
sented therewith as and for such Last
Will and Testament and that Letters
testamentary be granted thereon to
said petitioner
I It is Ordered, That said Petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter appear before thi3
i Court on Monday, the 8th day of
January, 1923, at 10 A. M., at the
Probate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis, in said county, and then,
or as soon thereafter as said petition
can be heard, show cause, if any there
be, why said petition should not be
granted.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county, and by
mailing a copy of this order to all the
legatees named in said will and
heirs-at-law of said decedent when
their address is known or can be as
certained by due diligence, at least
fourteen (14) days before the date of
said hearing, unless notice is waived.
Dated at Minneapolis, this 13th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
Order for Hearing Petition for Letters
of Administration
State of Minnesota, County of Hen
nepin. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Daniel Mahoney Decedent.
On receiving and filing the petition
of Elfeanor Mahoney praying that
Letters of Administration on said
estate issue to her
It is Ordered, That said Petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter appear before this
Court on Monday, the 22nd day of
January. 1923, at 10 a. m~, at the
Probate Court in the Court House at
Minneapolis, in said county, and then,
or as soon thereafter as said petition
can be heard, show cause, if any there
be, why said petition should not be
granted.
And it is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given, by
publishing this order once n each
week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing in the
Echo de l'Ouest a newspaper printed
and published in said county.
Dated at Minneapolis, tins 28th day
of December, 1922.
By the Court:
Judge of the Probate Court.
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