Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGB'EIGHT THE LliTlIlWlOGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1020 I ROTARY What It Is and What It Has Accomplished in Fifteen Years ot Kotary CluVSj red I tip tody of Kotary, especially ;is tliis work ixliues 10 thy further organ- Mote than fix humlred Ko'ary clubs iu the United Stales and Canada and throughout the world uro observing this week with special programs. The, domestic couuries, also-.couJiirised a occastou U the atiulv? reary part of the iluo of tho binh of Rotary and the found-' lug of the first Notary club iu Chi- cago on February 23rd. iSOi, The wcok has licon designated by the local Rotary club as "AH Notary Wepk." -and is beiug given over entirely Ro- tary activities. The program 'of Monday's mod lug vraa devoted largely to a review of the origin of the Rotary movement, wild its growth duriug the (ifieeu ftdojvt tho shorter form and call It the "Rotary Club." hu-MonUlly, this ravelins from place to was con- ttinird (or sumo time until tho mem- bership became so Jarge as to make the plan Impractical. But this cus- tom, although or snort tiuraiiyu, was responsible tor one ot the features that Is obpcrved today Iu ninny Kotary clubs. This is the "business talks" that are often given by members rela iivo 10 successful methods that have been adopted in their businesses and of Koiary clubs in foreign and how the Rotary idea of service has been applied to ihelr work. How Unique Plan of Membership Originated years. An outline of the policy and program of work of the International and freedom t onigh t from RHEUMATISM good ujt todtr of the iplendii hetlirjr otli found wilj in CSaaib-rtvin'i Linf- meat. Il takes the tvwrj- ache ar.d pain frorn the ind the jrfnu, to j-ou will set yvir ar.i aWp tonight. Chamberlains Liniment The story of bow liotary originated, and liow (tie institution has grown during the last few years until it L'stendiuK to ail of the, civilized coun- tries of tho world, is intensely interest- ing, especially as reviewed by tiiv speakers on the program. The True Origin of Rotary Rotary came into "being" with a group of four iuon seated around a luncheon table In a Chicago hotel. The four mea were business acquaintances 'and for several weeks liad been meet- ing together for luncheon. Tbese in- formal meeting's- were hold at thu dif- ferent places of As it happened, each one of the (our As other members were admitted, to the new Huh. the principle slil adhered to of having ouly one repre tentative from raeh business or pro- tension. This would he a unique plan uitd would distinguish the dub from other organiiatious. Then also such plan would servo to sustain intere? in the cluK promote attendance, ant make a member iilace high valua tion upon his membership. Time has proved it to be a plan adaptable to the smaller cltfes as well as to tho larger Later years proved that there were many other advantages to such u plan. heard of this club called and had written to the Chicago club asklug it they couldn't' organize In their cities. U decided, though. that it would ho lest to wall until 1 1 mo had proven the experiment suc-j cessful beforo giving encouragement to the organization of clubs In other cities. The ChJcayo club continued to increase in membership. Iu 190S, three years after tho first tlto second Rotary club was organized In Sau Kr o. Other clubs iet.v. Tho goverror of ouo of the greatest Btalc-3 In the United States has said that "Kotary Is able to catch tho harmony of and put U Into action." Every Member an Active Member The- Koiary club has ono rulo vrhtch must uol bo violated. Tats la tho In regard to attendance. Practically j every dub has a clause In Its constUu-l tion wherqby a member Is automat-j jlcally dropped from membership If he in tho city ho happens to be, uutl the secretary ot his homo club is officially l of this (act, uud ho receives credit for attendance just as if he had been present at the uf hte owu clue. Rotary clubs thus hold an enviable record for high percentage of attend- ance at Cluba wi'.ii aa as two aud threo hundred, liictubow havo as high as SO per cent oI members present meeting >ifter Ing. There are Rotary districts wttti (Continued ou Tage Nine.) i. ed on the and then the represented different A membership niajc up ot one repre a coal dealer, one a mining operator.j sentiuivf1 from each business or pro ono a merchant tailor, and the fourth! fcsslon is truly representative of the an attorney. community. Such a hody of men he The attorney the one who first! comes an ideal forum for the discus- j advanced the Idea hnd licen obscsswl with" the one idea nt making money, transforming thrm Into num who chose for their motto "he profits most who ennutfi tlllro-I'linsiiliatc for a two co'hls only fifty cvin.s a Bat your food thorough- ly, am! if at the end of :i foVv weeks you dti not ftcl sinmscr aud better serves best" instead of the old stand- i than you (nr months; if your ard of "he profit1; most who accum- ncrvc-s arc not Meadier; if you j nlatcs moat in material things." To nol sleep better and have moref these men, life became an investment. endurance ami vitality, your money not measurer! in terms of dollars, but will ho relumed, and the Bllro-Pnos-mcasured in terms ot the faithful dis- phale will cost you nothing. charge of man's highest duties to soc- and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. HARRY JOLUFFE, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, WITHOUT RESERVE, AT HIS FARM THE NORTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 4, RANGE 23, LOCATED ONE MILE SOUTH AND ONE MILE EAST OF SPRING COULEE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 11 O'CLOCK AND THE SALE. WILL START AT 12.00 SHARP' x Complete equipment of fourrooined Louso; 1 Masses'-Hirrls cream-separator, 400 2 wagons, each yith 150 bushel tanks; 1 wagon and rack: 1 S-barrel iron Itnkon u-agtih; 3 ifagon boifs; 1 bobslobjli; 1 democrat; i buggy; 1 Jfassey-HarrlE binder; 1 McCormick binder; 1 set drags. 4-sectlon; 1 disc fool; 1 MasBEr-Harrls cultivator, 12 (oot; 1 Harris double dla; drill, J2 fool; 1 Ma.ssfy-Ilarris Shoe Drill, 10 foot; 1 Oliver 14-incli gang jiloiv; 1 John'Dccrc engine sans, 4 bottom; 1 Varity englno 5-bottoin; 1 mover; 1 Mogul engine, I.H.P.; 2 sets drirlni; harness; H sets work harness; 1 stock saddle; complete black- smith's outfit. 1 grey gelding. 1500'Ibs., 7 j-ears; 1 black jeldlnr, 1500-Ibs, "Sjycars; 1 learn black geldings. 2SOO Ibs., 8 yenrjs; 1 bay gelding HOO Ibs., 0 years; 1 bay mare, 1350 Ibs., 5 years.; 1 roan mare 1350 Ibs., II years; 1 bay miiro, 1300 3 years; 1 bay gelding 1250 Ibs., S years; 1 bay gelding, 1200 Ibs.. S years; 1 bay mare 1250 Ibs., 3 years; 1 yearling.filly; 2 saddle horses. Holies'are al fat anil ready for spring work. 3 milk cows; 3 calves; 4 pigs; 30 chickens. TERMS CASH PETER AUCTIONEER D. J. McSWAIN, Dowsley Land Agency, Clerk. Lethbrtdge. Children's Rubbers Mode to fit exactly all sizes and shapes of Children's Shoes, so that the little feet will be easy, and comfortable, and perfectly protected on wet, stormy days. Dominion Rubber System Rubbers V have the sturdy toughness that insures satisfactory wear, with the snug fit that comes with careful, painstaking workmanship. Dominion Rubber System Rubbers are made in styles and sizes to fit the shoes of every member of the family. You can get these reliable Rubbers by asking your dealer for Dominion Rubber System Sold by the bett shoe stores throughout Canada, Little children ask your assistance in brightening their lives. Can you refuse them?