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APVERTI8EMENT I A0VERT18KMENT | ADVERTISI MI NT invrn-MK MFNT ADVERT1BEMENT | APVERTiagMEST AhVFKTISKMFNT I ADVERTI8EMEWT_I-_ Mitchel Our Fightin Mayor EVERY American Iikes a fighter, especially one who fights in the open for what he believes to be his duty. Any man will fight for himself. It takes a big man to fight for others. That is just what Mitchel has been doing for the past four years. He has been everlastingly on the job, fightmg to make New York cleaner, happier and a better place for us to live in. Mitchel has never pussy-footed. He hits from the shoulder. He has fought more fights for our safety, comfort and honor than any other mayor we ever had. Once started, Mitchel never quits. Look at the record. There was the "Black Hand" preying on the decent Italians with blackmail and dynamite. Where is it now? Mitchel has cleared it out Contribotions Urgently Needed Tho ezpene caf this campaign ia being met by vohintary contribotiona. Ad vcrtiauitf ia tho rooat oconomicaJ way of Retting thr facts before the ?oterft. For eaample, $1.00 will pay for an adrertiaement likr thia in approjhnately three hundred copiea oi a new?paper, $ 10 will pay for three thouaand. $ 100 for thnrty thooaaxid. and aooax If you want to krep Mitchel and Foftion on the job aend a ccmrrHxition to SAM A. LEWBOHH Treaauxer 244 Madiaon Atrenne, New York Cep$rifht by Inttrnetional Film 5er?ie? What has become of the Gangs and Gunmen that four years ago shot up the town and laughed at the police? Mitchel has cleaned them out The city was spotted with disorderly houses. Perhaps there was one in your block. Hundreds of them have been closed by Mitchers adminis tration, and many gambling dens besides. The "Vice Trust" has been wiped out No wonder New York's underworld is fight ing Mitchel. Now consider his work of construction: Mitchel saw the need for and organized the Home Defense League, comprising 20,000 vol unteer police. When war came they were ready at a moment's notice to take the place of the regular police who were sent to guard bridges, water supplies, electric lights and otherpublic utilities from the nation's foes. Four years ago there weren't schools and teachers enough for the children to have full-time education. Mitchel stirred up the Board of Edu cation to make improvements, including a trial of the so-called "Gary System." He wants every child to have a big, broad, full-time education. The orphans of this city never used to see anything nearer to a home than the charitable institutions. Mitchel has made it possible for Special Notice There will be Mitchel-Fusion Mass Meetings Tuesday night. Octo ber 2nd. at 8 p. m., at Cooper L'nion, Manhattan, and at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn. The following speakers will appear at both meetings: Mayor Mitchel, Comptroller Prendergast and Robert Adamson. Job E. Hedges will pre.side at Cooper Union, and 1 homas C. \VTiit lock at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. All other candidates will also speak. Fusion Committee of 1917 Keep him on the job thousands of these little dependents to be taken into private homes with loving foster-parents. Children now are getting childreris rightx Mitchel broke up the old Tammany garbage game. Under Tammany the city paid contract ors to take the garbage away. Mitchel made contractors pay the city $ 180,000 a year to get it Mitchel has done more for labor than any other. mayor New York ever had. During the past three years he has been called upon to settle many difficult labor disputes. As a result, the unions, the employers, and the public trust his leadership because they have found him absolutely square and straight As a war-mayor, Mitchel stands out as the clearest-headed, the most far-seeing, the most whole-hearted Mayor in America. He has roade New York honored for its preparedness and patriotism. For two years Mitchel took the PUtt4&urg training to make himself a solcKer. Right now he would prefer to be fighting with our forces in France, but the people have drafted him for Fighting Mayor of New York. For New York needs his fighting stuff more than the army needs it Keep him at hisfighting-jobl H> AmaniriAB -hat Mitchel in order to make good muat have tVememDCr?'^^4 Him a working majority ol the Boaid of Eetimate. Here ia the Fuaion ricket and the nuraber ol votee each will caet in the Board: Mitehal. aa Afaaar.\ ?*" ?j*W* j*"** " " * ' | 2? Ad.mioo. .* rW Bo*,J ?/AlAfmm 1 ? G.oooo -RtchmorJ - . - . I Bof??<K Pr?d-u Hl|bie-Qae?aa.I M*tk9-M*nkatUn.2 votea Note the namet and rote for thoae runninf in yonr boronght Keep Mitchel on the Job!