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sha on Sept 11. Arrested. Con
fessed. Police unsuccessful in hunt for
robber who stole $350 worth of jew
elry from aMrs. W. A. D'Rixa, 1012 N.
Thomas Moran, arrested here, con
fessed he stole $750 worth of jowelry
from home of Col. Knox, Wilmette.
Evanston Rifle club organized; 35
Petitions being circulated by Citi
zens' Party of Oak Park to see wheth
er government shall change from
village to city form.
Mrs. Armour's servants refused to
go to station house to identify four
men held as jewelry robbery suspects.
Harry Link, 3976 Vincennes av.,
died after being hit by auto driven by
Miss Helen Doyle, 527 Tremont. Girl
took boy home, then reported to po
lice station. Not held.
Andrew Johnson, 3510 Clark, had
pocked picked of $200 and notes for
$1,500 on Sheffield av. car.
300 delegates to annual convention
of International Brotherhood of Elec
trical Workers leave Sat night for St.
Special party of refrigerating en
gineers to leave for annual conven
tion at San Francisco tomorrow.
Policeman John Rose, Chicago av.
station, fired twice at fleeing sus
picious character. Later Thos. J. Cur
ley found shot Denies he ran from
German and Austrian papers and
people of Chicago displeased at pro
posed loan of billion dollars to the
Pie wagon hit at Washington and
5th av. by motor truck. Feast for
Mass meeting of boot and shoo
workers at 180 W. Washington st,
tonight at 8 o'clock under auspices of
Boot and Shoe Workers' Council No.
14 in organization campaign .now
CICERO STILL HER OWN BOSS IN
Cicero still owns her municipal
lighting equipment The Public
Service Co. last night failed to get
the plum promised them by the "Citi
zens' " party a twenty-five-year
franchise for the commercial light
ing and the town street lights for
$66,000. A delegation of 300 citizens
appeared at the town hall last night
to protest against the action of the
five trustees of the "Citizens' " .party.
Cat-calls and hisses were heard wlien
the trustees voted for the ordinance.
Aldermen Hlavka and Wyrzykow
swi, Republicans, have so far prevent
ed the passage of the ordinance. It
takes a three-fourths majority to
pass the ordinance and they are im
movable in their stand for municipal
The chief argument used by the
"Citizens' " party is their claim that
the lights cost the city. $55 each to
maintain last year. Wyrzykowski
showed tthis statement up. They dfd
cost the city that if the damage suits
were added into the expense, but pot
otherwise. The Public Service Co.
wants the town to pay $44 for each
"Due to improper equipment sev
eral men were electrocuted last
year," ths alderman said. "The
causes have been abolished and we
do not expect to have any more acci
dents. "That story which the Examiner
published this morning was untrue.
It says we may be without lights.
This is impossible, for we have al
ready purchased the equipment'from
the sanitary district and we now pur
chase nower from them at a much
less rate than what the Public Serv
ice Co. wishes tq supply us. That
company can have our commercial
lighting, but it cannot have our street
lighting outfit They want both."
New York. Ida Brown, chorus
girl; Walter Delmar, 45, dead; four
, others injured in auto collisions '