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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALti. THE'LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, KEUUUAIVY 2J, LETUBR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN raj-ism "Bill" Craig and "Sam" Porter Tell Members and Visitors at Commemoration Just Whal 'The secretary and his staff headquarters feel deeply the _ bib'ty that they carry In conducting a Organization Stands hor And. headquarters office that will faithfully Wat is Its Aim in the World'.' So .far as years go, notary Is only a juvenilo institution !u that it is Its fifteenth anniversary that Is being commemorated this week Awherovcr notary, prevails. It was to commem- orates tuts .that- the Ito- met at Uie Y.M.C.A. oil Jlon- (lay night, the 23rd. the birthday ot Unlike other Institutions, Ito; iary has no traditions behind ft, in the ledgtli o( but ll com- portray tie spirit of notary us eiem- idified by your club'and your. mem-. lersMp as well as the other 600 clubs and tho 60.000 Rotarians throughout tho world. With you, we look' forward to 1920 as ono of Ihe most successful years ot Rotary, successful from Ihe point of new clubs .organized, success- ful from the point of _ _A TI in countries ot the'world that are now Paul P. Harris, President Enier- without notary, and last, but not least, successful la good work accomplish- ed. Every.Rotary Club is co-ordluat- i'd with and a part of the great Inter; national Association of. Rotary Clubs working for the advancement of Ro- principles everywhere.; us look forward before another mini The Rotary Club received, the, fol lowing message today from Paul P. versary ot Rotary comes around, to Harris, the man responsible for organ- still larger opportunities and greater (he first Rotary Club iu Chi- achievements for Rotary." cago, oa February 23, 1905, and who Musical Program has since had the title of Presiden' The program of tho evening was' Emeritus of the International Associa greatly .enlivened by music turnish- of notary Clubs conferred upon ed by Eileen Waddingtob at the piano' itt recognition of the prominent part he took in starting the great no- tary uioVeiuent: To the Members of the Rotary Club of Lethbridge: It is "with a sense of deep Eallsfac- tion lliat t Ihlnk of your city as eni> braced In the great.'Kbtarlan fold. in it Ihe traditions ot tho ages ever slncp man was created in. that it strikes -that chord in human na- ture which dates from primeval days when tho primitive man found that It was not good to be alone and .yearn- ed for tho n: fellow being. The keynote ot good-fellowship has been- Idealized In tho high prin- ciples and ethics which Rotary pro- claims? and by It thero has been cre- ated between man and his fel- low-man which it would be difficult to find in other institutions where men iforgathcr in membership. This "was demonstrated at the meeting held Monday night when the- local nblar- ians met together. Progress of Rotary The; features of Ihe evening's pro- gram were two addresses given by Dr. "Bill" Craig and "Sam" Porter. They m'rs called on.by the chairman with the uso of their first names, and this symbolized the spirit iu which notary is carried on. 11' fell to' the lot of "Uill" Craig to .speak of the "Progress of and in very elucidating manner he sketched its progress from lhat day In Chicago, fifteen years ago. without any flourish of (rum- pels, it came Into being all through 'ho h'uinan craving of a human being for tlml-fellowship which is n second part of human nature, and who'at tho Ihno was eiperiencins whal it means tu be lonesome in a great city. .Origin of Name The speaker i-ccitcd the foundation of Rotary in Chlengo, fifteen years by Harris, an attorney of] "notary Is nn association' ot men (hat city, who with three others start- active in different lino of cu- ed a movement which lias-grown deavor of differences multiplied and.in so rapid a fashion; jn religion and.politics, are held to- Ilial Joday Holary comits-a meriiber-1 by'a common1 bond of fellovr- f.hlp ot with COtUKolary clubs. Hhiii arid b'y a :triulual ties I re to he bf The three others who Joined with Paul] to each other, their coinmuu- itus, Tells Relations Be- tween Club and Com- munity progressive city, and I trust lhat you wiil not consider It unbecoming In me when I say that your city Is fortunate, thrice fortunate, in having a notary club. First: liecause of (ho fact that it possesses In its Rplary club a live, forceful, energetic body of men wliu love and are prcmd of the city in which