Charles Kohler Leaves ,000,000 Estate., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-24


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CHARLES KOHLER LEAVES 5000000 ESTATE New York June 23 Charles Kohler the Ameri ¬ can owner of thoroughbreds who died recently in Paris left an estate of 5000000 Tlie chief bene ¬ ficiaries of the will just tiled are the testator s three daughters and his wife all residing at 14 West Fiftyfourth street this city More than 30000 is left to various charitable institutions while employees of the various concerns with which Mr Kohler was identified are generously provided for About 30000 is left to relatives outside Mr Holders immediate family familyThe The wife is made guardian of the three daughters and the executors of the estate are the wife William B Ellison a friend and Kiehard W Law rence president of the Autoplano Company CompanyAt At a recent meeting of the stewards of the Jockey Club tlie following resolutions were adopted on the death of Mr Kohler KohlerKesolved Kesolved That a series of resolutions be pre ¬ pared and forwarded to tho family of the lute Charles Kohler expressive of the sincere regret felt bv the stewards at Mr Kolders death and their appreciation of Ids iiositlon as a man of affairs and of his services to the American Turf as a sports ¬ man of character and reputation reputationIn In paying this tribute to Mr Kolders interest in the turf the stewards desire to lay strong em ¬ phasis upon his public spirit his enterprise and his courageous determination to overcome any obstacle that might arise in order to demonstrate insofar as he might be able to do so the high qualities of the American thoroughbred horse and to give evidence on foreign race courses as well as those of Ids own countrv of the honorable standard of sportsmanship to which the American nation has always justly laid claim claimThe The efforts of Mr Kohler met with distinct success and it is deeply to be regretted that his premature death should have interfered so sadly with tlie career that gave so much promise and which was destined to become of great benefit to tho interests that he so wisely and so liberally sup ¬ ported portedHis His fellow associates cannot too strongly express to the family of Mr Kohler their deep sympathy with them in the sorrow which they have sustained

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