Both parties to this ejectment suit relied for title on testatrix's will. By one clause, in general words it gave away all of her property real and personal; by a subsequent clause, all the estate unused or not required for the support of the first taker was given over. Held, that the first taker got only a life estate with power to consume, for the intent of testator is predominant over a statute creating a fee from a general gift. Chesnut v. Chesnut (Pa. 1930) 151 Atl. 339.