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_ . ... , ... -ajBfflJt** * ?-"' JOHN PURROY MITCHEL OCTOBER 14, 1917 New York's Fighting Mayor lt wasn't so many yeara ago that this boyiah pict? ure of New York'a young eat Mayor waa taken. Mr. and Mra. Jamea Mitchel'a aon John, at the age of 5, taken from the family photograph album. ? Mayor Mitchel, address ing the thousanda gath ered at City Hall on In dependence Day to wit nesa the patriotic exer ciaea, urged individual re ?ponsibility for the future of Ameriean democracy. * .../.,.. ,.,j>?i tl l tideru Ood *> .yor Mitchel et the ege of 12, juat about the time he went into long troui era and atand-up collara. The Hon. John Purroy Mitchel?class of *99? waa the centre of interest at the Columbia com mencement last June. when Preaident Butler conferred upon him the Doctor of Lawi degree ( nd, ru ood at L'tdtru.ijOd No former city officiai haa ever been hoat to ao many distinguiahed viaitora. Mayor Mitchel, "Papa" Joffre and other membera of the French Mission. ., all the enthuaiaam of the Latina them .elves the throng acclaim Mayor Mitchel and the Prince of Udine. head of the Italian Com? miaaion. Wrtltrn .IVuijiup. Preaident Wilson and Mayor Mitchel on the former's visit to City Hall. in 1914. From an oil painting by Aloysiua OKelly. Left?Mayor Mitchel on his v a c a t i o n laat aummer arrived un announced at Camp Plattsburg and, don ning the khaki, apent his time in the camp with the men. He re? viewed the New York Na? tional Guard on horseback inderuood 4 Undtruood I' r*2 On the left ? Mayor Mitchel throwa out the baaeball for the third game of the preaent world'a series between the Gianta and the White Sox at the Polo Grounda on October 10. Pnul Th,,,.,, ? ... ? n On the right?The Mayor read? Pre?i dent Wilaon'a hiatoric war meaaage to a large baaeball audience at the Polo Grounda. C ry'ita ta. ?? The above picture ehowa our fighting Mayor at hia deak in the City Hall. ... _____,,,___ .___ I -?!.. ..,,.,1 4 , aili r? oot4 ?^?i. r- ? - . '? a a ??-. ??'. -?*-. <r Baron Moncheur and the Mayor leaving City Hall after the city a impreiflive tribute to th a Belgiam. . , T.