Pettit, Skidmore Treas Bd of Trade 1910
URGES THAT BILL BE PAID. A. H. Man Insists Eichmond Hill Board of Trade Meet Its Obligations to Counsel. When the Richmond Hill Board of Trade meets to-morrow night the princi pal topic of discussion will be the alleged unpaid bill for legal services which is said to be still owing to Emanuel G. Bullard, a former president of tho board. and to Messrs. Wingato & Cullcn, who acted as counsel in .securing a reduction in tne taxes agafnst certain. Richmond Hill properties in 1908. Skidmore Pettit, jr., treasurer of the Ulchmond Hill Board of Trade, is in receipt of a letter from Alrk-k H. Man, in which the latter sets forth at lencth the reasons why this bill should bo naid. He denies the rumors which havn been published alleging that the proceedings supposed to be taken in the matter were left unattended to, and states In ihe let ter that in a great many cases, as in that of his own property, the cost of obtaining the reduction was great-ir than the eduction amounted to. At the close of his letter hs Bnyis; "I tiust that this letter will make the mat ter quite clear lo the board of Lrade and ilru the numerous persons who contrib uted toward the fund."