Did you notice the additional difference of the signatures?
|Signature from the 1918 Certificate of Naturalization for Morris Goldstein of Rhode Island|
|Signature from the 1918 World War I Draft Card for Morris Goldstein (Pop-pop) of Forsyth Street, Manhattan|
|Signature from the 1931 replacement Certificate of Naturalization for Morris Goldstein, now of Woodbine, New Jersey|
I suggest that the third signature looks much more like the second one not the first one.
The next post in the series will show additional correspondence I received as part of this C-File: USCIS C-File for Morris Goldstein ~ His Letter to Washington, D.C.