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B&L f^ && '-1 y,'i.-. «i •fsnte-urt: STATEMENT OF JOHN ARCH-DEA CON MURPHY, LATE COMMIS MISSIONER IN CHARGE IN PARIS OF THE AMERICAN COMMISSION ON IRISH INDEPENDENCE. Letter to President Clemenceau. From Friends of Irish Freedom, 280 Broadway, New York. Mr. Murphy arrived in New York today from Paris and said: "The question has been asked why the advocates of Irish freedom do not submit Ireland's case to the League of Nations when constituted. The answer is simple that insofar as that body as represented by the 'Big Three' has been able to arrive at a determination of the case of Ireland it has been by them pre-determined to complete abandonment. While in Paris this information has come to me from sources of high authority and undisputable authenticity that the set tlement of the Irish question which was placed in the hands of Premier Clemenceau as president of the Peace Conference has received a secret con sideration and decision. This was done before President Wilson left Paris and was known to Mr. Secre tary Lansing that nothing would be done to help to settle the claims of Ireland by the Peace Conference. This was privately arranged by Premier -Lloyd George, President Wilson and Premier Clemenceau and has up to now been held under a veil of secrecy in the interest of England and with the consent and co-operation of Presi dent Wilson and Secretary Lansing. While in Paris as Commissioner in charge I addressed to Premier Clem enceau a communication requesting the honor of an interview. He has not answered the letter, nor has he denied the truth of the statement that as president of the Peace Conference he has advised that no action or consid eration on the Irish question shall be given by the Peace Conference. The Shantung embroglio has at least been given the light of publicity. The almost comic, if it were not tragic, manner with which Lloyd George disposed of Wilson's fourteen points and substituted a "made in Britain" treaty has reached the press, but the "Big Three's" arrangement on the Irish question has so far been withheld from the knowledge of the American public, it being plain in the minds of these gentlemen that pub licity on the subject would stir Amer ica and the Senate to such a degree that the treaty with its entangling al liances never would be ratified. The withholding of this information from the American Senate and from the Thank You! Friends of Irish Freedom Answer Our Appeal J. G. Carlson, Minneapolis $10.00 J. Leslie, Minneapolis 10.00 Ralph P. Erickson, Minneapolis 5.00 Emmett C. Murphy, Minneapolis. 5.00 M. E. O'Brien, Minneapolis 5.00 Syl. O. Larson, Minneapolis.... 5.00 E. P. Conahan, Valley Junction, Iowa 2.00 John Whelan, Eagle River, Mich. 1.00 Edward Fay, Moorhead, Minn... 2.00 Edw. Downes, Minneapolis 2.00 W. M. O'Brien, Minneapolis.... 2.00 B. McConville, Minneapolis.... 2 00 John Moran, Minneapolis 2.00 M. Sweeney, Minneapolis 2.00 J. B. Fermoyer, Minneapolis 2.00 J. M. O'Donovan, Belle Plaine, Minn 2.00 John McNelis, DeGraff, Minn... 2.00 P. Bartley, Beach, N. .. $4.00 Don Kennedy, St. Paul. 2.00 Mrs. O'Malley, St. Paul 2.00 W. J. Woulfe, St. Paul 2.00 Vivian Brown, Minneapolis 1.00 Michael McGinnty, Anaconda, Mont »••»».•»••••••••••••••• 2.00 J. M. Gleason, Minneapolis 10.00 42721—IRISH Additional ONE Cag C. C. Dempsey, Spokane, Wash. 10.00 Barney Moylan, Virginia, Minn. 4.00 Bridget Heron, Minneapolis.... 1.00 P. J. Walsh, Minneapolis 2.00 I. F. Quinn, Minneapolis 2.00 Jeremiah Whalen, St Louis Park 1.00 M. M. Brady, St. Paul 2.00 M. F. Crahen, Minneapolis..... 5.00 J. J. Quilty, Minneapolis 2.00 John McLoone, Waseca, Minn.. 10.00 J. M. Byron, Janesville, Minn... 6.00 Hugh Duane, Green Isle, Minn.. 2.00 John E. McMahan, Cedar Rapids, Minn $3.00 James O'Leary, Flandrian, S. D.. 5.0C ?. L. Ryan, Duluth, Minn 5.00 M. Mahoney, Morris, Minn. 10.00 James A. Naylon, M&nkato, Minn. 1.00 S. J. McCarthy, Eden Valley Slinn. ....................... 5.00 J. P. Morlaty, Duluth, Minn.. 5.00 Anthony Gaughan, Morris, Minn. 2.00 Frank Cuslck, St. Paul.. 2.00 Thomas McDoqangh, St Paul... 2.00 'Robert Milady, Michigan. 1. 2.00 S. McDonell, St. Paul 4.00 Jannes Cormlcan, St Paul 2.00 Geo. Bowling, St. Paid 2.00 C. M. Crowley, St. Paul......... 2.00 '.r*: •. .V I American people in this hour of na tional crisis will be considered a rare example of how President Wilson in practise observe his doctrine of "open covenants openly arrived at." It is easy to understand what happened when the Senate resolution express ing the sympathy and support of the Senate for the aims of the Irish peo ple in seeking a Government of their own choice, was officially transmitted to the Peace Conference and how the British Premier successfully stored it in a pigeon hole to be secretly buried and how successful he was in obtain ing the acquiescence of President Wilson in this conspiracy of silence against the interests of Ireland and In direct opposition to the expression of the United States Senate on the subject. Lloyd George refused to ac cept or countenance any interference in the matter, with the result, that President Wilson weakly capitulated and agreed to the English demand to ignore and deny the Senate's wishes. President Wilson recognizing that the publication of this summary rejec tion of the Senate resolution would en danger the ratification of the treaty consented to this whole scheme of secrecy. The entire Irish question including the Senate resolution was publicly turned over to Premier Clemenceau "for solution." This was done to pla cate the senate. A decision having been already arrived at, what silence was to be maintained about it, until after the ^nate had, ratified the treaty. The same decision was ac corded to the Walsh-Dunne request for an international tribunal to in vestigate the charges of inhumanity and barbarity charged in their report against the British authorities in their present domination by force of the people of Ireland. The whole scheme shows not only a total disregard by President Wilson of the sentiment expressed in the Senate resolution but shows his intrigue with European diplomats to circumvent and defeat it. It also bares to the world his weak desention of his often enunciated lofty principles for which America entered the war. The elections held in Ireland last December, when by practically a four fifth majority of the entire population, the people of Ireland declared for an Irish Republic is in the mind of fair and reasonable men a plebiscite suffi cient to squarely test the sincerity of America's declarations in favor of "rights of small nationalities to self determination." Ireland demands from the Peace Conference that her Republican form of government be recognized, that she be restored to her ancient status as a sovereign state. She demands that the present English army of occupa tion shall evacuate (the land and leave the people of Ireland undisturbed in the problem of working out her own destiny. Copy of Letter to M. Clemenceau. Personal and Urgent. Paris, July 22, 1919. M. Georges Clemenceau, President of the Peace Conference and Premier of France, PariB. Monsieur le President: We are in receipt of information from sources of high authorities that, as president of the Peace Conference, you have noti fied American peace plenipotentiaries, that, so far as further consideration of the Irish question is concerned, the matter is one in which you will take no action. We understand this decision covers: 1. That the resolution of the Amer ican Senate, officially forwarded to you by the American Commission to Negotiate Peace, and the recommenda tions contained therein expressing sympathetic support to the people of Ireland in their efforts to obtain a government of their own choice, is, by this action, denied in a manner suggestive of your entire disregard of American public opinion as rendered in the deliberate resolution of our highest legislative body. .2. That the Peace Conference fur ther ignores the request of the Hon orable Messrs. Walsh and Dunne for the appointment of an inter-na tional tribunal to investigate into the charges of barbarities and inhuman conduct, in violation of the rules of civilized warfare, perpetrated by the British Government through its mili tary forces in occupation of Ireland, and upon its defenseless people. The knowledge of your- decision in these matters, has been up to now withheld from the American public. The results of the publication of this information will doubtless have very material weight at this time while the attention of the United States Senate is occupied in matters of in ternational importance, in which, we feel France has a material Interest Arrangement have already been made for giving widespread publicity in America to this decision on your part. Bat before taking this step, we re spectfully suggest that an audience may be granted by you to the under* signed to present the importance of the situation, particularly in its rela tion to the future Interests of France, of America and of Great Britain. Tbftre are 20,000,000 citizens of Mali blppd In the United States, and ••••.••* -V the effect of this information, when published there, needs no characteri zation by us to indicate how grave may be the danger to the continu ance of those same relations of amity and esteem that have marked the friendships existing between the French, American and Irish peoples. Trusting that I may be accorded the honor of this audience with you at your earliest possible convenience, and, with assurances of high esteem and respect, we have the honor to re main, Sincerely yours, AMERICAN COMMISSION ON IRISH INDEPENDENCE. THE BRITISH EMPIRE, THE MOD ERN JERICHO—THE TRUTH WILL BATTER DOWN ITS WALLS. From Friends of Irish Freedom, 280 Broadway, New York. The Old Testament tells the magni ficent story of how the Walls of Je richo were brought low, not by the as saults of artillery or the onrush of armies, but merely by the tramp of the Chosen People endlessly circling about the city and shouting the prais es of God. Science has sought an explanation of how walls of solid masonry tower ing above the plain, could have been shattered by the tramp of feet and the acclaim of voices but the only ex planation is the might of God exerted to exalt the righteous and humble the wicked. The British Empire is the Jericho of today—the citadel of the ungodly, the fortress of all evil, the outpost of Lucifer against Heaven. There de moniac councils plot the enslavement of the world therefrom issue pollu tions to taint the world, and merce naries to afflict the peoples. Its walls are high and strong, built of the bones of countless millions of victims and cemented by martyred blood. Impreg nable they appear beyond any hope of a despairing world to shatter them but the day must come when they too will be rent and crumbled by the march of a people faithful to God and by their relentless shouting of the Truth! The. Irish People are the Chosen People who must humble this modern Jericho. It is ours to encircle its walls relentlessly proclaiming ever and ever the Truth, the Truth, and yet again the Truth! We must make the earth rock and the heavens resound, till the hearts of the tyrants tremble and the blood-built walls crash down amid the thanksgivings of all the nations of the world. It is our mission, our duty, our task and our privilege. We are falling into step. We are raising our voices. We are troubling the hearts of the despots and raising the hopes of the peoples. But how Notice of MorKHKe Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the con ditions of a mortgage made by Harry Brooks and Betty Brooks, his wife, and David Gtllman and Sarah Gillman, his wife, mortgagors, to L. Brenner, mort- f918, agee, dated the 14th day of August, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for and in the County of Hennepin, State of Minne sota, on the 28th day of August, 1918, at 2:40 o'clock P. M., in Book 1040 of Mortgages, on page 264. Which said mortgage, together with the debt se cured thereby, was duly assigned by said L. Brenner, mortgagee, to Benja min Lifshltz by written assignment, dated the 24th day of August, 1918, and duly recorded In the office of the Regis ter of Deeds in and for said Hennepin County, State of Minnesota, on the 9th day of September, 1918, at 2:45 o'clock P. M., in Book 1022 of Mortgages, on page 447.- Which said mortgage, to gether with the debt secured thereby was duly assigned by said Benjamin Lifshltz, the assignee and holder there of,vto Peter Klausman, by written as signment, dated the 12th day of Sep tember, 1918, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds In and for said Hennepin County and State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of Septem ber, 1918, at 11:20 o'clock A. M„ in Book 939 of Mortgages, on page 548. Whereas there is now claimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Eight Hun dred Twenty-six Dollars ($826.00). Now, therefore, notice is hereby giv en, That the premises described in said mortgage as all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Hennepin and State of Minnesota, to ivlt' The South one half of Lot Thir teen (13), Block Twenty-flve (25), in Gale's Second Addition to Minneapolis, according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said Hennepin County, State of Minnesota, will be sold by the Sheriff of said Hennepin County under the power of sale con tained In said mortgage at the main of fice of the said Sheriff in the Court House, in the City of Minneapolis, Coun ty of Hennepin, State of Minnesota, on Saturday, the 18th day of October, 1919, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, to the highest bidder for cash and said mort gage will be thereby foreclosed to pay the amount due at the date of sale, to- ?:ether THE IRISH STANDARD Accredited by the Association of American Universities: Registered for Teacher's with the costs and expenses of oreclosure, including Fifty Dollars (950.00) Attorney's fees stipulated. In said mortgage. Dated August 29th, 1919. PETER KLAUSMAN. Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee. LAWRENCE R. ALLISON, Attorney for Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee^ 734 Metropolitan Life Bldg, Minneapolis. Minn. Aug U, Sept 1J., much more is yet needed before the citadel will tremble! Millions yet must join the ranks a thousand-fold louder must swell the chorus of Truth. This is the summons of the Irish Movement today this is its meaning. What man or woman of our race can stand aside and be silent? And who that has aught to give or who can solicit gifts from others, can honorably shirk his utmost effort -to swell the Irish Victory Fund? The followers of Joshua shattering the walls of Jericho not merely shouted with their lips, but swelled the fateful sound through trumpets. So the Irish people, to humble the British Empire, must trumpet the Truth, through the press'day by day through books and pamphlets multiplied, through speak ers proclaiming the message without intermission. We too must have our trumpets—made of gold and silver, bought with the money of the land. Such is our need and such is our duty. Who has not given for the Irish Victory Fund—give now before Au gust 31st! Whp has not collected for this Cause? Collect now or never. What Committees have not yet for warded their funds to the National Treasurer, Michael B. McGreal, at 280 Broadway, New York. Forward them now, so that on August 31st you may be counted among those who have strengthened and equipped the Army of Ireland to shatter the walls of —England. THE REAL AMERICAN HYPHENATES (Continued from Page 1.) Chancellor Von Buelow hotly pro claimed the British statement a false hood, and named Lord Pauncefote, the British Ambassador at Washington, as the very man who tried to get up the anti-America coalition. Michael Dav itt, in the British House of- Com mons, challenged Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs Gerald Balfour, to effirm or deny the truth of Von Bue IOW'B charge. Gerald Balfour declined to answer, on the plea of public policy. In spite of all that the American press continues to remind UB of "England, our only friend." A Subsidized Press. During the war just dosed our American press was hopelessly handi capped by British censorship, and it never had the courage to kick. Battles won by the sheer pluck and efficiency of our own American boys were ad vertised in the headlines of the Amer ican press as British victories. Heavy print chronicled the advance of British 42865—IRISH STANDARD Rvs Order for Creditors to Present Claima, Etc. No. 22106. State of Minnesota, County of Henne pin. Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of John T. McGowan, deceased. Letters of administration on the es tate of John T. McGowan, deceased, late of the county of Hennepin and state of Minnesota, being granted to May E. McGowan and Thomas J. Mc Gowan. It is ordered, that six 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 same in the probate court of said county of Hennepin for exami nation and allowance, or be forever barred. It is further ordered, that the first Monday in March, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., at a general term of said probate court, to be held at the court house In the city of Minneapolis, In said county, be and the same is hereby appointed as the time and place when and where the said probate court will examine and adjust said claims and demands. And it is further ordered, that notice of such hearing be given to all credi tors and persons Interested in said es tate by forthwith publishing this order once in each week, for three successive weeks, in the Irish Standard, a news paper printed and published in said county. Dated at Minneapolis, this 25th day of August, 1919. By the Court: Aug. 30, Sept. 13. Order for Hearlag Petition (or Letters of Adnlnlatratloa. No. 22163. State of Minnesota. County of Henne pin. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Anna Larkin, Decedent. On receiving and filing the petition of George E. Larkin of Hennepin Coun ty, Minnesota, 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 8th day of September, 1919, 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 no tice of such hearing be given by pub lishing this order once in each week for three successive .weeks, prior to said day of hearing, in. the Irish Standard, a newspaper printed and published in said County. Dated at Minneapolis this 7th day of August, 19X9. By the Court: x? o'ivi'' COLLEGE OF SAINT TERESA—WINONA, MINNESOTA Lk*p— ». ...... 9°""? i? Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Trains for High School Teachtnc Trains Vocations! Specialists. Bacteriologists. Chemists, linniists. Actuaries. SUMMER SESSION JUNE 27—AUGUST 10. A Standarued Conservatory of Music is maintained in connection with the College. ADDRESS THE SECRETARY Tommies, and never a word was said of the fact that their advance was blazed by American doughboys, men in whose blue veins coursed Irish, German, Slavic, Scandinavian and Ital ian blood as the casualty lists demon strate. Our press under English instruc tions told us that Great Britain had seven millions of men under arms. In the name of all that's wonderful where were they? Where were they hid? The American press slobbered over the British Tommy while among the British the American was coldly tolerated. The doughboys have come back with no overpowering love for the British. Britain, America's Only Menace. Space will not permit a further ex position of the pro-British propagan da but it is time for all Americans who have not British blood in their veins to get together and try to run their own country according to Amer ican ideas. Great Britain is the only possible and really dangerous power that can give us concern today. We cannot afford to tolerate Amer ican hyphenates, British or Anglo Saxon. They must be made to take that place which they are numerically entitled to, as a small fraction of the American people. The safety of our democratic institutions demands that we Americans whose racial mother is Europe, not England, should loosen the grip of a puritanical pro-British faction from the throat of State and Nation, and restore all to the true democracy of Washington and Jeffer SlIIIIIIIOIIN. btate of Millnosota, Hennepin County. Municipal Court, City of Minneapolis. O. J. MESSER, against WftlV6d JOHN A. DAHL, Judge of Probate. JOHN A. DAHL. Judge of the Probate Court. M. A. JORDAN, Atty. Aag. 16.23.30 ••sjgr* 22177. State of Minnesota, County of Henne pin. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of John D. O Brien, Decedent. On receiving and filing the petition of Anastasia O'Brien of Hennepin County, Minnesota, praying for the al lowance of an instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of said decedent and presented therewith as and for such last Will and Testa ment and that letters testamentary be granted thereon to said petitioner It is ordered, That said petition be heard and that all persons interested In said matter appear before this Court on Monday, the 8th day of September, 1919, at 10 a. m. at the Probate Court In the Court House at Minneapolis, in said county, and then, or as soon there after 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 no tice of such hearing be given, by pub lishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks, prior to said day of hearing, In the Irish Standard, 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 ascertained by due diligence, at least fourteen (14) days before the date of said hearing, unless notice is Dated at Minneapolis this 9th day of' August, 1919. By the Court: «"SS* by the New York Board of Resents: Holds membership^n]North Central Association of College*. Plaintiff, JOHN J. MeCLOSKEY, ESTHER Me CLOSKEY, His Wife, and L. II. WIN DOM, .. Defendants. The State of Minnesota to the abhve named Defendants: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and required lo answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Municipal Court, at the Court House, Minneapolis, and State of Min nesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at his office, 32G Plymouth Bldg., in the said County of Hennepin, within ten days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fall to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff In this ac tion will apply to the Court for the re lief demanded in said complaint, to gether with Plaintiff's costs and dis bursements herein. Dated Aug. 4, A. D. 1919. H. W. LAUDERDALE, Plaintiff's Attorney, a 326 Plymouth Bldg. Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13. Order for Hearing. No- JOHN A. DAHL, Judge of the Probate Court. MRS. J. D. O'BRIEN, 628 4th St. N. E. Au«. 16.23.30 Order for Hearing Final Account and Petition for Dlatrlbation. No. 21657. State of Minnesota, County of Henner pin. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of John Trueman, Decedent. On receiving and filing the final ac count of the Executrix of the last Will and Testament of said decedent, and her petition praying for the allowance of said account and for a decree as signing 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 September, 1919, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at the Probate Court in the Court House at Minneapolis, In said county, then and there to show cause, if any there be. why said ac count should not be allowed and said estate should not be distributed as prayed for in said petition. And It is further ordered, That no tice of such hearing be given by pub lishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks, prior to said day of hearing in the Irish Standard, 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 ascertained by due diligence, at least fourteen '14) davs before the date of said hearing, unless notice waived. Dated at Minneapolis this 8th day of August, 1919. By the Court: JOHN A. DAHL, Judge of the Probate Court. ELIZ, TRUEMAN. 2640 Bloomington Ave. Aok.16.23.30 $&£S, %•$ -4 4 •.2,/: .• :. '*.. -'•'••vV?,-\ son, the democracy that means the utmost individual liberty for every citizen consistent with the right of all and the least possible interference of State or National government con sistent with the welfare and due pro tection of all. It is time to stop the present dan gerous centralization of power in Washington, and to end the regime of repression, with its sleuths, and per jury, and contempt for law and the law's officers which today are repro ducing in our once free States a worse than Prussian interference with what all our forbears were taught and which we hold with Washington and Jeffer son, to be inalienable human rights. The so-called Anglo-Saxon does not run this country, and the sooner he is made to realize the fact the better for all concerned. Order for Credltorn to Ire»cnt Claims, lOlo. No. 21!»fi0. State of Minnesota. County of Henne pin. Pr6bate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary A. Mogan, Deceased, Letters of administration on the es Mary A. Mou'an. deceased, late °i c,l,,"ty ot' J. A. Santrizos "The Garden of Tasty Dainties" •01 Marqaette 601 Hennepin Two Stores LOANS mad* en Improved real estate WITH OUT commission on the monthly in stallment plan. Loans are repaid 91 per month for eaeh $10* harrowed. Including interest No renewal ex penses. No large interest payments to meet. A small sum eaek month pays It off.' OisniMl IMS. Neanepn Savings & Loan Association lit SOUTH rOUBTH ST. Y0HR IRISH NAME ln CHART'S IRISH PEDIGREES Full Genealogy, Coats of Arms, Etc. 2 volumes (complete, postpaid), over 2,000 pages, 1,000 Coats of Arms in colors, 3-4 leath er binding $15.00 Alton's History of Ireland (6 volumes) 26.00 Atlas of Ireland 6.00 "Cabinet of Irish Literature," 4 volumes, 1,376 pages, 275 great writers, one-half leath er 12.00 Fairbairn's Family Crests of Great Britain and Ireland, three-fourths leather. 2 vol umes in one 10.00 Get those two great war songs, "The Irish Volunteer" and "When We Come Marching Home." 25c each. Maps of Ireland, $1.00. Every Irish book published. Irish Republican flags. All sizes. Flags of all nations. Celluloid Irish Re publican flag for coat lapel, 5c. 50c a dozen. Cbis. A. O'CoBitr 21 Spruce Street New York City Let Us Shoe You and YouH Let Us Show You Homeltacm Shoe Store 219-2?» MooB t. X.* iiiv ss rx •m a®*® -7* Hennepin and State "''nnesota, lieinn grunted to Michael \V. Mogan. of said county and state. It is ordered, That six months be and tile same is hereby allowed from and alter the date of this order. In which all persons having claims or demands against the said deceased are required to Hie the same in the Probate Court of said County of Hennepin for exam ination and allowance, or bo forever barred. It is further ordered. That the first Monday in March. 1U20, at II) o'clock a. m. at a general term of said Pro bate Court, to lie held at the Court House in the City of Minneapolis, in said county, be anil the same is hereby appointed as the lime and place when and where the said Probate Court will examine and adjust said claims and de ma nds. And it is further ordered, That no tice of such hearing be given to all creditors and persons interested in said estate by forthwith publishing this or der once in each week, for three suc cessive weeks, in the Irish Standard, a newspaper printed and published in said county. Dated at Minneapolis this 13th day of August,' I'.H!). By the Court: JOHN A. DAHL, Judge of Probate. THOMAS J. McDErtMOTT, Atty. Aug. 23,30, Sept. 6 KLAQSTAD, The Artist makes a specialty of paintinn mad decorations for churches. Also signer and dealer in Chnrck Farai ture. Call at studio and inspect ths work. AUGUST KLAC3TAD 805 20th AT*. N. Minneapolis, Minn. de iymipaifHhy Sweetly expressed by floral offerings.