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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Sadmlav, Ml, Hill DAILY 3c Xmas Plum Puddings Recipe.' 6 LBS. RAISINS '''VLBS. SUGAR..... 0. LBS: BREAD CRUMBS 4 LBS. CITRON PEEL LBS.'LEMON PEEL 1 LB. ORANGE' PEEL 12 LBS. CURRANTS CINNAMON G LBS. SULTANAS L'BS. SUET LBS. GROUND ALMONDS LBS.- FLOUR 6 LBS. .EGGS 3 OZ. MIXED SPICS NUTMEG We will deliver To any part, of Hie cily 'Pncldings made out of the above recipe. 25c. and 50c. each Outside orders must have money iiceoin- witli order. Schweitzer MODERN CONCEPTIONS IN GOVERNMENT The Initiative 'and Referendum 'in Oregon Works to Some Recent Observations by "'A Citizen" One Kansas had rolnlh'cp lo TliiUiV.Sfiiviii served; fifU'on turkeys.: s of 'oyster dressing, cranberries, thlrly-hvi potatoes, ioi'Ly bt .-i.... u.; j .of' iVlsh 'potatoes, I fifty gravy, forty .pqmids of mince anil '.Uiir- ty 1'ii's. six score ly poumls tit' i BORE FOR NATURAL ttditor number ot artlo IPS, bearing nil the imprints of hav- ing boon Inspired by bis business and the moneyed nalwdlly opposed to real government by the people, have appeared recently In several American magazines and newspapers. Big Business and tbe which for years have fat- tened on special privileges, view with alarm the spread of direct legislation wiiieh IMS proved so effectual in put- ting .an, end, wherever adopted, to corporation and ring rule. These ar- Helen therefore, lilttorly assail direct logiBlaliou and endeavor to make out that It has been a failure wherever used, particularly in the State of Oregon where it has been in use the longest. "Citizen" who wrote at some lennlh a few days ago iu the columns of the Ilorald in opposition to the proposed direct form of commission government for Lothbridse, iu which form the commission will he elected {directly by the people and made re- sponsible to them through the in- itiative, referendum and recall, ap- parently secured his information re- the worititJK of the Initiative, referendum and recall in Oregon from one 'of those articles. It was from one of these articles probably that he obtained the Information that, direct initiative and PIP IT TinFD referendum that inordinately Unu A I 1 AOUV expensive and hla exact PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast." A day started on Cowan's Cocoa is a day with a clear head and a steady a day full of snap nod life. Cocoa nourished the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest Taller, Dec. A one nf the ('ompauiHK at prcstfnt'di'ill- gas wells at How Island, was in town yestenlay, jvmi .saw .some of tiii> nldennt'i.i about undertaking to drill in Taller, lie slated that his company would make tlic council a proposition at. their next meeting. .Major Sissons, of Medicine Hal, was in town, and is of the opinion i-hnt Tabershould have a small troop people of Oregon appear to have aciinired Hie h'abh. 61 reject- ing everything.- either as a protest against the miiHiplicity of measures proposed pr as an easy way of avoid- ing the''I rouble of examining People Use Discriminating Judgment -1 have uc'dre me .a table from the Oregon state'records, which In derail: the result and! cost of every flection- held in under' the initiative and .referendum provisions since me cite a few'.Dregon instances flint-will Illustrate this discriniinating jmlgmciit, iliat "'ill show that in the l-jst analysis 'thuwnple people can ic safely relied that -vill show durinj; the initiative instead of being govern: -'el by log rolling, wirepulling, intim- idation and often money methods, prevalent when oiected es are given a fret hand, the slan- dixrds of legislature governed by b'fains; aiid "an'd-by ttieae alone: Could Not Befog the People (t) Under the tfijtiaUyVin 1904, a local option lUiiioi: law' was adopt- led by a vote of to Two years later in IW the opponents of the'local option law iironosed, en'dnieiit iu their iriterest ami .this i was dofea'ted bv ot 3n.2il7.-to It will iic. noticed, that in'the ,lim instance the issue Jrne. aflirma- tiv'ely presented-.and, in -ilic second instance nesalively, with a view to tho people. pop- was tho same in both Instances. people Use Judgment (2) T.wo appropriation bills wore passed by the legislature nf One of theso bills proposed io increase tbe.annual fixed appropriation for the state university to 000. The other bill appropriated flOOOOO the construction of ar- inories for this Oregon national guard. Tho veferenduin was invoked in both aiid both were submitted to the people ot ihe general election 'in MlOfi. Thorn was full nml fair dis- cussion through I ho press and at. public meeting. The bill j the university appropriation passed by people by n vote of lo to Tlie nrmory bill was rejected by a votn to XMAS GIFTS the Christinas Spirit T in proportion to their appropri- ateness. Furniture, lifelong in its roll of friendship token, is i the gut Par excellence There is so much in our store that will please, and, best, of-alt, it is GOOD Furniture, at very low prices. Let us show you how ,easy it is to give something of enduring uiefulnen. Special Low Prices on Holiday Goods J; FOJM'AULOK; v A Chair, seal: silk tapestry. o-u.JiiuS15.8o. _.............. v'. SI2.00 lioiiiiin niahoo-any finish.iscat upholstered. gnla-SO.Sil JTo.w A Mahogany Musk- Cabinet, wiili drawer, "bevel plate iTor in top. liegulav Now FOB THE LIVING ROOM: v A Comfortable Bockei', in quarter cut onlc, Early EnglisK i'iii'isli leal hei' regular 819.25. Now 7 A Convenient in qv. ciil oak, .fiuueil I'inisl.t; regular ,t Smokers' jStaiitls anil Ash Trsiys, tlic nicest" novelty' you couhLgivea in (in. "Mag'azine Backs, a. largo sel eel ion in oak. Early English or .fuin'etll'inisli. TJycte arc article.1; ilnil: will remind thr recipient- fur years of Hie l.lioifglifcfiilnoss of tlie gi.ver.- Jl-hiH sruro is ready "lo help you. It will make your Christmas buying a pleasure. We guarantee prompi'delivery 'and condition at any time you indicate, arid reserve yonr selection f'oi1 you any time be- tween now and Cliri.stinas. BAWDEN BROS. Letlibridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 Third avenue South Telephone 625 1 ainiica-out the many I have before wi (3) TII the lillft elections n bill j wnieh show the manner in whinh I'h Ivllrert 'Jcsi'-sla'turft hai hcon e-ffec'-rivcin w( i Oregon. For many years niTm-s j to been put forth to secure j Icgislatinn for the wa's submitted to pive will pro- hibitibir if. was defeated by. a innio-r- Ity of A-- the e-ame olnrtlon nn ftinenrimcnt was mibmitfeil In pivn town and ctltles excinsivo laiilliorlty over the gnlo of Intoxicants within HKT fiiijiiicijiaiity. It wag passed by B of Tho pernnnfnan (4) Throe bills wore Hiibmitted at lh'! ?lnrtfoin for liie mninlon- of noiiiij'.l nf Knpurate Dohits ii llic ('iiln, Trt-it of (ho'O ni'ri'.tttil and ihe third passed; the vote hoin.i? People Vote (tfom tho Heart I jlvc'huf ono more In- li gill nets ao tlni-p and so widu I only a unul caL-coulfl-f.unnel liiw v uiiiior nr n llylilg llslr ily over KO Hie -river Io spawn. What did pet by live long. As o" tho (soon ;r; tlicy I'cachod Ihn upper vivnr Cnlumbln vfyer. For jninnlnsly devised scoop- salmon ii years Oregon pleaded with her liighfy (rained InU-llectiinl lesiwItitiirR io do somsi.nins, ami did. They....... drew their salary right .ilnns." The Hllci fish wore beinp oxferrnfnated but the J HI devil a.'.bit did tho caro. !uhc intorostti on tlie uppnr iMiil in the wi'.y -inrt the wins "ifraid io move. iliotifian.l r-.iherninn nl flu- niotilh or 'ilm rivfu1 t: keep the iuhoritinicn thomselves, cpyerccl the mouth t'd Uiem a toboirijan, slldi (hence into cunn. The people pleajucl The icnifcis'uw "fov.po- rcaaons" did" nothing. f.Jime to the rescue ulu'ivi "iTifclleet" fallett. ,-tue Initiative camu the gll! n others tn nrotoct '-henisolviis, filed And then '-here were wails and howls. All the goon people who dq trus't the people said: There now, whut you have done with your old aiwj- roi'erontliini Put a club Into iho handf? of those people to club one another. Oh! wo Knew it would he HO; the people don't enough yt-1 for veal sell Mul election dny people vent foul to with their hearts bent on sfvln? the fish only, and vot- ed ''yea" c i both laws, to the astonish) nient. nf -1 who tliouplit that law to -vohiliit the up river wheels, j 'hoy woitl 1 endorRo only one. ThereA linmediately, not to on Un> peqpie stopped the upper river fellows filed u law to pro-.JNoss at one stroke. lilbii Hie ci'l net tors. u J. -i ;