February 20, 1907


All of the Late Jurist's Property
Goes to His Widow.

The will of the late Judge William B. Teasdale, of the circuit court, was filed for probate yesterday. It is very short, written by himself with pen and ink on one sheet of one of his own letterheads. Its date is November 11, two months before he died. The principal clause is as follows:

"I give, bequeath and devise to my wife, Lydia E. Teasdale, all my property, real and personal, to have and own absolutely, knowing that she will take care of our children, Aimee, Marguerite and Bertha."