The testator devised his realty to his widow for life with remainder to his son subject to the conditions that within one year after the death of the life tenant the son pay the testator's two daughters (naming them) $2,000 each. One of the daughters predeceased the life tenant, dying intestate and unmarried. The life tenant assigned to the surviving daughter all that she had inherited from the deceased daughter. Held, the assignment did not pass the $2,000 legacy to the deceased daughter. In re Phearman's Estate (Iowa 1930) 232 N.W. 826.