Front page Oct. 23, 1914: 'Flanders battle still rages'

Front page Oct. 23, 1914: 'Flanders battle still rages'

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Oct 23 1914

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" 'Plunderbund is detroying city's credit' - Ralph S. Kent': Why is every politician, ward heeler and gang leader against new charter? He asks"

" 'How can an alderman drawing a salary of $1,000 a year afford to put on the expensive performance that we witnessed last night? Why should he?"

Front page Oct. 23, 1914: 'Flanders battle still rages'

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