were unable to'pi^v the «* «S£ These .women were 1 aitejggt. to yi i their «nes on the Installment plan but thls acc^ing to Mayor Ham- «> Htott^-ancThe bad..the agreement of the council—was unsatisfactory from of the standpoint of strict law enforcement. It would create a bad ate" ' among lawbreakers in the vlcinii No acceptance has been mad the city street lighting ordlnaftc the Illinois Power & Light Co. flciate, the City Attorney, FrancU Manning, reported to the Council. The Illinois Power & Light Co, proffered a contract to the Cltj Council a month ago, but members of the Council took exception to the provision which relieved the power company of paying a pole tax. After turning down the ordinance offered by the light company, the Couacil amended it by eliminating the objectionable provision, and passed it as a new ordinance. This is the one the light company has failed to accept.