|"Leaves Million To Wife," New York Tribune (New York NY), 18 February 1912, p. 8, col. 5,|
Although this article doesn't mention it, there had been four codicils, or updates, to his March 3, 1888 will, which I found in the New York Probate records at FamilySearch.org.
"The will names William S. Pyle and Joseph R. McAlpin, the testator's brother-in-law, as executors."
His brother, William S. Pyle, had died six years earlier and Joseph R. McAlpin died in April 1888, several weeks after the will was executed. (These facts are what prompted me to explore the New York Probate records at FamilySearch.org.)
You can read more about James Pyle & Sons here.