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??ian Accused
Of Plottiuj? to
Oust Ettinger
?wati???! V--???inti??i? v
jjf [i I ivi!?r: to Replaee
??|M*riiit.mlcut With a
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???Itini* $?n?*to-?' Mans1
ajgf-**. Mayor ProTe Hi*
**&?*** ".l?tcrp??l??,, Seek
t'n?lcrHiine Sch????l
-?|l Cttlnirer? term a*q
?Mili? ?UU'
j!^,???lK Education A??
? *??o? ??"?' th' MlJ
*? ?f Tails charges that certain in
ralM IB? ????* ?fh
^?,4 la th? ?ttvtPit^:. the text of
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i th? ?tari *f W?**1*io"
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; aeating P'
,,ei ?*tl s-i ?'? ?* ' : > I'lundi * t
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j.-alatji him en hi? public ?tuck
???Dr. Ettinger b? t ?
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?'?art. ?r ' ? r-lnri
Laam :
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?use it clearly re
?Hack thai
M?>or's T?eorlle Deeire"
?rea.ures in
Dr. tttinger's i
i
i this
?
the tern.?
s," h.
or wished to
et prup-Mei
h? has endeavored to
?
Public
-
'as hHp
bution from
b
hns allie?.
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?
?he k'ight* of Colnmbn?, th?
tion, the
?'.aptict,
Preebytarla n, Catholic and numcroui
other coller?! tad clvlr orranl-.atiom
which har. r<*r?*tvr?rj million? from th.
?am. g.neroua ?cure. Th. PMI
thi. d.frr.nc? and apparent lncon?i?t
ency ii oVWtoMI On. mint b. ci<
? fHrn'lr? and I"
mg constituency ?re MMttl
Aeaorlatlon and Kiting, r
? ?*?, hor*.u?i? th. Public Fd'i
Aaaoclatton h? agreed with Dr. Ettin?
??rd th. m.rlt ?
? nd ha? b?. n eut.pok?n. ?
ttnger ni Yik iv
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o faillira ?f ?
i* r.ri t?
???? Iruildl . Ill,
. :rO*?'n
'he fact?.
? ar. in )'.>> ? l
?n.tic 'm!'
._rrnl ??th Dr. C1
b.cau-.. ***** believe that in th.
I c*i?is ho atand? rourac
? >nal proficieiipj a? i>| |
Itica
ti
? e
? rr?. rrapecting the
?
i;in, which *> i
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i
i
anil N.wa
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line of attack at a ncent meeting if
the Brinril of K-rtiinmtr and Apr*'.
?<IH &
up to H Ii Honor la
If ?! n,r
t ould geatSj
i''ir?t?
l'i?ririt?nrl'-* I
i.rcl hU j'i
n n
r attempt .-ollueion
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Want?. Pol?tica K.-pl On*
h'f-h ' ic re
?
id jr.ara au?,
even before th? achool
which Vn?
kImoI ajraten*
anytblu el?<* la ?n onliKht
f>f Education, free from
the domination oi ' It" Hall and eni
? 'd, by ad.quiiti' llnai
NEW ROOfM
How open it the
PALAIS.
I ROYAL
r 46*-' St. and Broadway
? DINNER
Paul wniteman
mself) and his
M Orchestra nmi
and the new sensation
VANDA HOFF
After Theatre Suppers
fer reserretiens Srrtnt 9441
fen-lance, to devote it? Urn? nn-l ?
Ion ?olefy to the lnt?r??t? of th? chil?
dren, in?te?d at I
bill iu? politician?, nhia-h are tha only
a th? ?cho.'l?
that are vnible on our hotnsoB.
?ncial and administrative ?aeu
coupled with rigid application of
taaeg
tial t.. - ng, a?
they do. the welfare of a million chil?
dren, ihr y de??rre at least ?? much
Vration from tr
- ?n.l Legislature a? do traction.
pro hi1 (rr?*al yr.y>
I in/ the public
?tage. Th?- -ment
in New York I * " Hsll.
but at th? ? apil I
tlrerc that th? p -urn for re
"P. Director."
Syn.|ilion\ Ouieert <?i*.cii
Ctinaliiiaa ?jirol- l'?*Hlur?* I li?
ter tu ?mit cut for C.liililrcii
? ogram appr-jaa ^u-* t <>
a-n at the Srw
Vor? ^nccrt
nt C?
ft
chief item?
?irder the
?
? n litt.- that.
?he ?trict ' ?Train c?l|e,l
This wns the -
? r?rit?hi).
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tlful ton.* ?I
Preach nui Sp*
hieb the;, bar?
1.
r ..i-rater?. I l.-.l It. S. H???m< i
I
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a ?
N. Y. County Man
To Succeed Mayer
( >n Federal Bench
Chairman Kornig Make*? An?
noiincemont: Repr*?4HnU
ti*.f* Si??-*;*-! 4.041 Ott.ng??r
(.otiai-Unvl Out of Race?
?l.l 8. Ko.nig. praatdant of th.
I or? K.publican County Commit?
t.r. afur a eonf.r.ica with Attorney
? il Daugh.rty ir, Wa.hinfto** tn
I Lit night that the New
, York County orge*v?atInn would fur
he man for the place on the Fed
rral Dirtriet Court bench mad. vacant
by the promotion of Judge Juliui M.
Ma\ -r to the Circuit Court.
It i? *inrler?fOAd that R?pr...nt?tiT?
1 laaae Siegel am. -tinger aTt
hoth out of the rMt. Mr. S'leg.l had
thi ba ? Rep-.iMtcnn '
*mm:tl?e and he refrained
? ???king a r.nomlnation for
are?. Lot fall ir. th' ?xp.ctatlor
fie would he named for th'' Mayer ra
' caney. Mr. Ottinger had the ?upper*
?rler, Albert J. R.rwin.
I erti?) friends. M? ?
-lierai
in ?h? Departti i
Bf ii ce-,.ra] among
Uran* that Prttiiaat Koenlg
. -/ill forward to th? Attorn
nnil Senator? Wad?*vnrth :md Calder
er name fa -'?idrratio*
and that the appoin'-ner.t ?ill '
?
In Washington ...
? th? p?r* of* th?- A*
*?ral to th? appo.r-.im?
Mr. bie_r*l wa? lack of experience In
eoort "**??_ M the nar*
. eri.man.
?'U 1*1 keep ten new judge? h-iv
? yearn." m
1*1
pay the Department of *u?tle?
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_*rtry lap
d?\ | ni.*:
' tan more w I
.
tkoMing the ?ame i??ii?? ||
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I Music Will Help Make j
1 The New Year Happy I
? t? ?
I ..r some nature New Year? Day is a festi?c ft
occasion to be celebrated with great joy, with laugh
Nter and lively i. y
2.
Kor others it is a time ot solemnity, a reminder that **?
lime in ils fleeting brin?- many changes?a day for ?
I the music that has lived throughout the year? be
- it ministers to man's spiritual needs.
Music is ?urely a great heritage. And a fine piano z~
is a source of inspiration one can turn to no matter
?i what the mood and find pleasure and comfort.
v
Will the new year begin with a really good piano j*
in your home? If not. why not?
-Hi - I :-f
Come to our warerooms and tee and hear the famous
?makes of instrument? gathered together under one
roof. Choose the piano you prefer, and then let us
tell you how easy it it to have one of these famous
makes in your home. The terms will be arranged
for your convenience, and your old piano will ?!
entitle you to a liberal credit on the new purchase. ?f
"?eel us he known by'he quality of the Pianot we tell." z?
nWmJ Snhmer Krakauer
Kurttmann Hallet & Darts l>on A 11 ml'
Urnmbach Lrttrr Griffith
honora Prumographs
(GRIFFITH!
piano Company
STEINWAY PIANOS
605 BROAD STREET-NEWARK-N.J.
171 MARKET STREET-PATERS ON--N.J.
211N.WA8HINGTON AVE.-SCRANTON-PA. ?
4 ?a's I r"-*" Jar^j j?^^ are^aS ^^"^ ***B^^3 *^"S I i-s'E'a
J?-A*' Nt^^r*'! 1 Mil I at^^^^i^at 1 if 11 1 ? . ^jaV*/ ^^r^P
UNITED STATES
MORTGAGE & TRUST COMPANY
NEW YORK
?tuumeHi af CandUien De<tm>"t
ASSETS
Ca?h on Hami, m F?d?rai Re?*T**e ?tvi
Other Hank? ....
Clearing H<xi?.e hxchaiige?
U. S. Gorcrnment Securit'ei
Other Bond?; and Siock?
Demand Lr?Ml**l . . .
Time Loan?: ....
Bill? and Noirs Ptirchated
foreign h\?. hange . .
Mortgage?. ....
Real r.statc <*:-?._?> r.,-.ir..>c Hi??*)
Cuatomers' Liability on Acceptance4;
ActrJiied Intcrrit Receivable . , ,
LIABILITIES
Capita] ....???
_ urplui .
L'nilivider! P-* fit! ....
Reserve for Tavrs, etc.
I)i\idni.l> Payable Jaa 2
.
Treasurer'?; Checks
Mortgage Trust Bond?
Acceptai er. l.xeciitrd fol ? rtomri
*'H Intere**t Favab-e ....
.,0,19 ?
$10,153,01
2.324,630.73
11,035,290.96
2,665.828.45
8,272,956.00
88,227.21
5,103^91.10
19,073.69
i.253,467.33
466.519.53
140,000.00
?33,937,11
?$69.856,679.42
?U 000.000.00
?00,000.00
1.201.0 H
*.7s.9io.28
240,0(10.00
m o.l 91,7 06.00
237.v
1.058,800.00
140.000.00
?4SJ2
$69.856,679.42
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St*me*rtj A - yt .? l?mamm* Aw. _ T4?_ V ,**% fc. m Smgpjt A?-.
GRzAT NEW YEAR EVE CELEBRATION
y^upe^f^e^ ^i^^^z?7?^^^^??e?
/X SUPPER DE LUXE AFTER 10 P.M.
$5 PER COVER
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE AT ONCE
IMPORTED FAVORS
Four Orchwtra*?Dancing??All Eveninf
FAMOUS HOFBRAU
B'WAY & 30TH ST. TEL LEXINGTON 3530
Lon-rerr*
20-W.
RESERVE TABITrfH NOW FOR kWSJ TZAR'? ETE.
7th Av., 4m ? WYm.Tw-M.-ni t.i
msssenaa
334. m. 34tk _
Sta.
NEW DINING ROOM OPEN
OH THE MAIN FLOOR*? NEWLT DECORATE'' ?.ROED
QVALITY OK FOOD AND SERVICE AB HERETOFORE.
SHINE'S
DOUR ( DANCING mt^TOM?
MtPic { ovottat rtLL.cuseuta. uamino i io i r.
l? EIiVEAPAT aa?
I*TER*<00**?
M. i
For executive, engineer
ing end office and sales
help of t! e better-than
usual type
Rrad The
Tribune's
Help Wanted Columns
?A
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At the close of biistness, December 30, i???
ASSETS
Loans and
Bon?.? <*n.l Certificata.
i .nder rrpur?:li.i<r .?'?rrnncnt.
Other Bonds and Investment
Ranking House .
Tust?,mer?' I.iability avoninr of v
CV*.h. due from Bank- and U. S. 1
? f?rne?l
LIABILITIES
?
?rarptu? .
Undivided Profit- .
.ed: Tatuca
?ned Inter? * .
Circulation ..
.lent to repirchc-c - \J. S S?
i )c-v>-it4. I ;
Individual
Ranks .
United Stat?
$4,500,000
13,500,000
2,611,596.
644,277.
$98,252,295.
31,765,366
2,617,250
$ ?9,154,876.96
17,117,450.00
4.068,952.25
7,172,872.02
1,500,000.00
6,628,649.20
39,879,944.78
417,156.31
$165,939,901.82
.00
00
,62
.80?$ 21,255,874.42
454,798.65
360,816.50
7,164,546.82
4.068,952.25
94
,94
00? 132,634,912.M
$165,939,901.52
The Power Behind "Old BulHotv"
Frederic W. Stevens
W. Emlen Roosevelt
ROfJERT WALTON GOELET
Darwin P. KlNGSLEY
CHA?rL*t? CMEN-aTY
William Fellowes Morgan
Arthur Iselin
Garrard Comly
Henry A. Caesar
Frederic A. Juilliard
Ridley Watts
Charles a. Corliss
Herbert k. Twitchill
Psrcy H. Johnston
EDW?N S. SCHINCK
Seeking New Business On Our Record
THE _ w
HEMICAL
NATI ONAL
BANK.
OF NEW YORK
Founded 1824
BROADWAY AND CHAMBERS, FACING CITY HALL
Curidensad Statement as of December 30? till
ClaiNTRiUUNIONllRUST ?ANY
ofNbwYork
80 Broadway
flTth Arsnue at 60th Street Madison A Tenue at A2m\ Street
ASSETS
Cash on hand, in Federal Reserve Bank and du? from Banks
and Banker?.?., a
United State? Bond?....?.??..?.masts*
Munki-pal Bond?.?.....??*...?????
Loan? and Discount?.enrama.?*.,.*.., ?
Short Torrn Securities.,..,.,,.,.,. ?.,
Bonds and ?Other Securities.
Stockin Federal Reserve Bank.i un
Real Reute.M.awtaam
Customer?' Liability Account of Acceptance?.., ^
Interest Accrued.,.?...??..,
TOTAL.?v.^..
LIABILITIES
Capital .-....,..,
Surplus.
Un-diWded Profit?.?
Deposita .
Dividend Payable January 2, 1923 .,
Reserve for Taxes and ?nteres?. Accrued.a
Unearned Discount.,.?
??Uceptanc??.
TOTAL.?
$S3,995.122.er
41,085,663.32
8,139,612.77
153,618,621.81
6,026.958.29
7,488,372.45
825.000.00
3,295,000.00
5,151,278.0 J
l,42t?214Jg
$281,053344.14
$12.500,000.00
17r500.000.00
3.967?5450J7
239.117r547.il
937,500.00
1,093,806.58
299,152.44
5.638.277.65
$281,053,844.15
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over 33 Million Dollars

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