PROVIDES FOR BRONZE DOOR. Will of Mrs. Hoffman Is Offered for Probate. The will of Mrs. Isabella Hoffman, widow of John Hoffman, was filed for probate yesterday. yesterday. She died last Friday at tho St. Luke's Hospital. She directed that a bronze door be built to ths family vault, In BelleXontalne Cemetery, Cemetery, and left $jOO to have the burial lot kept In order. Shu left $2,000 each to her niece, Belle Moreflold. and her stepdaughter, Mamie Pllklngton; $1,000 each, to her nleoes, Edith Haynea and Mary Nlekum; VM to her friend, Minnie Brown; $100, each, to her nephews, John. William, Frank, Thornton, Walter, Richard and Edward Nash. Mrs. Hoffman directed that her oxecutor, William Prufrock, divide her furniture, jewelry and clothing umong her relatives and her stepdaughter, as bis judgment directs. directs. Sho left the residue of her estate to her niece, Belle Morefleld, and her stepdaughter, stepdaughter, Mamie Pllklngton, in equal portions. portions. Mrs. Hoffman was engaged In litigation agulnst the estate of her husband for seven seven years after hlB death, which occurred In 1892. He left property valued at $130,000, but made no provision for her. He bequeathed bequeathed $8,000 to Lizzie Ward, his daughter daughter by a former marriage, and $8,000 to her children. He wlUedF the remainder to a charitable insUtutlon. Mrs. Hoffman, compromised, compromised, and received $13,000. "AVOID THAT ALUM TWANO by using MAMMA'S' Baking Powder."