ns in any other action for ns in any other action for conversion. There is something to be said for this view. It was well put by the able dissenting opinion of Mr. Justice Reed in the Nickelson Case. We are satisfied, however, that we ought not to overrule that case. Under our previous holdings, a purchaser from a tenant in such a case Is deemed to take the property subject to the Hen. The landlord Is not deemed to have lost his lien because of the wrongful sale. He may pursue burberry outlet the property in his proper action notwithstanding the sale. After the purchaser has appropriated the property, he may recover damages for such appropriation. The measure of his recovery, however, is not necessarily the value of the property but the value of the incumbrance. Beck v. Minn. & Western Grocery Co., 131 Iowa, 62, 107 N. W. 1032, 7 L. R. A. N. S. 930.2 The right of action in favor of the landlord against the purchaser from the tenant is deemed a method of enforcement of the landlords lien. The existence of the lien is essential to such action In the first Instance. The theory of the Nickelso burberry sale n Case is therefore that, when the lieu ceases, by the operation of the statute, all right of action based thereon necessarily ceases also. There Is much force of reason In this conelusion. Such a rule Is manifestly salutary in its general operation, and we are satisfied with it. The demurrer was properly sustained and such will be the order in each case.The Judgment below is accordingly affirmed. Affirmed.PORTER v. MOLES. Supreme Court of Iowa. May 9, 1911.1. AppealAndError 1048PrejudiCialError AdmissionOfEvidence: MattersNotAppearing.It was not prejudicial error to sustain an objection to a question Burberry Outlet Online , where it does not appear by statement of counsel or otherwise what the testimony of the witness would have been in answer to the question.Ed. Note.For other cases, see Appeal and Error, Gent. Dig.4140 4145, 4158 4160; Dec Dig.1048.2. Evidence 423IndorserParolEviDenceStatutoryPkovisions.Under Code Supp. 1907, g 3060al7 providing that where it is not clear in what capacity a person intended to sign a negotiable instrument he is to be deemed an indorser, and .