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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TftE EStllBRUXJR DAJLY HERALD, TUESDAY-.-JUNE She Iberalb Blberta .DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor? and Publithcrs THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 823 6th Street South, Lcthbridjt A. BUCHANAN and Managing Director John Torrsnce Business JJanas.'r narrows the purview admits Sir Wil- liam Osier. In this statement he lends himself as guide to higher modern edu- cation.. Spcaktos ft science, in which he so dislineuishcd himself he aa- jerts that the salvation o{ science lies la a "recognition ot a new philoso- and, in a footnote in bis latest work. "The Old Humanities and the New Science." he quotes approvingly tie sayias of Professor J. A. Stewart that "the ftrauiation o -1 Daily, delivered, per year ......7-50 Daily, by mail, per year ,........5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 WfHjily, by maii, par yssr io U.S, 3.M AN ENTERPRISING ALBERTA RANCHER To uiuch of 'the progress and de- velopment, the benefits of which ve enjoy today, we are Indebted not to the many but to the enterprise oE the few. It is personal initiative and the application of personal enterprise play a very large and Important what we are pleased to 'call the course of social and economic evolution! The man who makes use of Che mental faculties with which he is endowed benefits not only himself but the community in general. Such a man is John T. Heninger whose enterprise on his big holdings in the Kayinocd district has been recounted in our columns. Mr. Heninger is doing much to de- yelop what Is an Important industry, namely the sheep industry. In using modern methods for the production a highly essential article the world orer, and particularly so in a climate such as ours. In the modern moans he uses, in the shape ot an ambulance tor the new bom he is practising the gospel of con- servation In minimizing, 11 not alto- either eliminating, mortality. In addition to bringing modern methods to apply in the preservation et life Mr. Heninger has cjtimat- irrigation. In mak- ing OK, as he has done, of all that modem appliances can 'furnish in en- fieworing to set the great- Mi .rwraltB, '.the Raymond rancher la MttfngMui dimple and' showing- a faith in.the possibilities ot our prairies rntad andJrnnScle, nro applied getter makiCE'lhe irery most of-the advantage to'Sinn, and is; aid- Ing Nature'to obtain the bwt results pojstble.'. lie a; leeson ich'- rt oujd; b a of service to ail who use'the prairies for Uieir'nutlenaHa; and enterprise Bhomi should act as a qtfmulattzig and encouraging example ot what can be done on our prairies for obtaining the greatest practical rwrolts. CONFERENCE WITH THE RITISH WEST INDIES A pamphlet issued by the tiank draws attention to the under- ylng idea ot the Canada-West Indies now going on, a i the deepest interest, that of the re- ewat or increase o[ the present taria reference, and the inclusion in the igreement ol those Colonies which id not slgo the original pact. The Indies Trade Agreement ras concluded seven years ago, in 913. By Its terms a mutual tariff relerence was granted for ten years n certain specified articles, the lead- ng products ot the countries con- erned. Any preferential agreement between Canada these countries of iho Caribbean rests, stales the pamphlet, n a sound business basis. 'Our pro- ucts and theirs are essentially diff- rent, and compete in no way. We upply In quantity such typically Can- dian products as breadstuffs, fish and amber, and receive in return sugar, and tropical fruits. Since the preference came into ef- ect there has been a large increase n the amount of business. Statistics if trade between Canada and the Brit- sh countries in the Caribbean for he fiscal years 1913 and 1520 are iven below A NEW VIEW OF MR WILLIAM OSLER Tbo sir Wiltam Osier is known to the world as a man of science, and h may corns as a snrpriso to somo that bfl WH M much a man of letters, In the knowledge of and re- as an authority in the ancient elMiics. This not generally divulged servea to show tins versa- tfKr.ot great minds. Of Osier Protes- tor Gilbert Murray, who preceded him ii the Presidency of the Classical f ''That's the Bike I Want, "It's one like Bob Hardirig's. "He isn't a bit stronger than I am, Dad. But he can always trim me, no matter how hard I strain. My cheap old bike dqeJn't ruit as.easyas his C.C.M, "This is the third season for C.C.M, and it mns just lite new." "Is .'that so, "Yes, there's good ituff in the C.C.M., "It's a beauty to look at, Jimmy." "Sure. And the swell nickellinj; brirfil enamelling' won't wear off." "When Bob's C.C.M.' gets dusty he off and she looks just like oejT'" "Oh, well, Jimmy, I sceVoT hMrt'i tet on a i te on a C.C.M. If you'l! promise to study hard and pass into the next room, I'll give you a C.C.M. Bicycle." C.C.M. Bicycles arc the pride of the boys. They .have earned. .their gotxl. reputation oy standing up under the extra strain and wear that acftVt lads are bound to give a bicycle. The C-C.M. has the newHercofK Positive Drht Bnke the' Coaster Brake without a side arm. Ask the C.C.M. dealer to show you the 18-itich curytd the. bicycle the won't outgrow. C CM BIRD? H marlc It on IJicfumeofcvery C.C.M. Bicyclt. S0% Mite in Canada-- IMft Value. Canada Cycle Motor Co., Limited WESTON, ONTARIO Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver Ovtrl.OM C.C.M. v'Kt Gutioni bi Ctn. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE COLUMBIA BICYCLE AND ALL C.C.M, REPAIR PARTS. O.K. REPAIR SHOP 817 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;