Charles L Engels
will cross-examinTwife. cross-examinTwife. cross-examinTwife. Enael'a Estate 8uit Will Have an Un- Un- uaual Complication. Nineteen objections have been filed to the accounting? of Paul Engels of Lynbrook, L. L. as special guardian ln the estate of the late Charles L,' Engels.' who died in 1887. Surrogate Noble yesterday appointed William E. Stewart of Lng Island City to act u rene. The heirs were four legal Infants at the time Charles L. Engels died. Three of these, upon reaching their majority, re ceived their share of the estate and signed releases of their guardian. The fourth In fant, who has now reached his majority. saya the accounting; would be much clearer If vouchers and .receipts were shown for large sums spent. Henry A. moii is tne attorney xor tne guardian, and one of tne witnesses to appear appear before the referee is Mrs. Henry A. Mott, who Is related to th Engels family, It is expected that those attending- attending- the nearings wiu ne interested wnen . air. Aioit questions ms wiie, wno. it is understood, has left htm and Is living In Manhattan. Her husband ia suing; her to recover s cer tain deed regarding tne-possession tne-possession tne-possession or wnicn he raises a cloud iot doubt. In his complaint, alleaina- alleaina- that the deed was taken from a desk after it had been broken open by his wue. -- -- .. - . - '