The administration of the decedent's estate was granted to the guardian of her minor child, the issue of a former marriage. The child was the sole heir of his mother, and she had no creditors. The deceased's husband had no interest in her estate. The husband was denied the right to administer his wife's estate under the Wisconsin statute. The statute provides that administration shall be granted in the following order; first, to the widow, surviving husband or next of kin or both if suitable and competent to discharge the trust; second, to one or more of the principal creditors; third, to such other persons as the county court may think proper. Held, that the guardian was properly appointed administrator, for one without interest in the estate is unsuitable to discharge the trust. In re Bartz' Estate, (Wis. 1932) 242 N. W. 171.