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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINF PROJECTS i HEALTH OF HER CITIZEN, At tho Rotary Club luncheon Monday, .Meech, deliv- ered ths; following, address on aanlt-a- tloa' In the city aa Mi contribution, to. Hours health week: We are today coniiderlng a themo that must lie of vital Interest to any- one who takei iii In the af- of tke community.in Jives.': Health means happlneas, content- tteht and a profound Joy ia living. The reverse "means uiorbldness, mor- suspicion and general nn- happlneas. A community made up of beings'all in the flf.healtn, were it puBiiuio tu minute- tjsiE t. water from tbe level to two Sen.- mentation BasiuG, Each of thess bus- lus has a capacits ol gallons. Toe reason lor two.haiiai so thai may cleaned while the other is being operated. Tne cleaning is clone every two to abi months de- peaUiag ou condition ot the ,wa- Mr and from to tour feet ot-mud U washed out but, for. wis plant would reach your Normally about four settle- ment period IB allowed basin and tram W to the mud and sediment It got rid ot Ai the waier pastes to the aedunehtatlon basins 4 have an attractive force that'no scenic or climatic no natural re- aourcca with. Other speakers are taking up tain pliasejLot this quMlIon aod It Is faa is added an a coagulant. coming In contact wiu> tte the water forma a aaowllko subetaiice called, hydrateof alumina watch being heavier than water most iUlc. The clarifying from 90 to WtUf talus plaw In vlhtt almoit without tbo L CO natuwuv _, f ceptlonite 'cities 'lowi. of the A aaajl of hydrate _of ---.J onto-the worid have grown .up of rivers or iapro sources of water phaaites'the Tilal part alum'.ni ikunify ofaeV the neat' tUtfA'tA clean supoly'af once "em- ing tie waUr lakes slate, by .ter plays drate a YOUTHFUL BRIOES i years of age resljr.ni In Ontario, will province. This will come about when" ATTEND SCHOOL have to return to ecnool neit Sep-; section three of the Adolescent-Act Toronto Star ipeclal tembe'r, according to Fred P. tiavlr ernes Into" foreol which li with, tit trom under IS Inspector of technical education of the ueglnnlng ot the fall term In 1931. Photo shows the line-up of unemployed leading'to tna Qorernment Relief Bureau ou King street, Toronto. twn being anaerobic. The effect is BLUE SUNDAYiSHOWN there a cons last of mfx PRO the solids, the lighter portion of which TO rliet to tbe top and forms a scum and other heavier patJi to the bottovi of tha basin as a sludge. ,The liquid. Is allowed to way out'of !he sedfmehlation basins at a point where it IB ly, about-2 feet below-.the-top scum. it then passes to the filter CROWD By: UNiqUE PARADE Husband in Klwlnj Wifi it One Made burlesquecf'on' BrcidVay and Fifth, avenuo yesterday In a mournful par- sponsored by the International about JlOOJHXMs tor that'po quired for flHerine'and-p'urifying the niam In Water' tie water. .-Many .Kjutles-uavt been analywd and .the An Elusive Siintt The Is to .puniB the plant U shown to perfect in this eSpect: There are four flltarbeds, 'each with _ normal capacity -at gilloni dally or for nea th the niters; U ths blear water Tell for collecting teinporarily itoring the, fliteril'' water. .The filters lave about 18) gravel >acteria Iiaro eliminated. eU-the" water volring armB on to the top of the procession' playing "Gee, But gjatel and then. It trlcldes down This j-'is a. Lonesome! and tun- Ihrough tha 1 feet of gravel and dur- eral dirges. ing the process, becomes oxygenized. It is then collected and passed through tne humus tanks where .It wlth'ball and chain rode the gcjai, -an ifiscriptton asked If 'Ve coming to this for In transit may be completely. sterillred by. add- oni Sundayt Ing the i hypo chlorite of lijae.-' I QB (he next a. .whipping post cere- The sludge that forina In the bot- mony was applied; who "Whls- tom of the sedimentation tanks previ- tied "on oil the third ously. mentioned Is forced by. the pees- WJB i husiand, In stocks "For sure of liquid over it, when a valve Is Kissing'his opened, through pipes to a slnJge.bCd. Krom the dpar.'wzler: r _. 'A of course'piimped to tor 'all'' paHi 'of the dty: Tte rand filters are cleaned at tain Intervals by atr.iipwards through the then by forcing water Iron tne bottom Up- wards, the dirty water'flowing off to tto rirer: The'laat Baftguard in the pnrlflca- ttou of the water is 'the sterilization of aame by liquid chlorine.. About 300 Iba. of liqu'.d chlorine each; year Is umd or 1 part chlorine to parts 'iratBr The average >umber rtmalniug in the city-water .is about "10'per cent. I could m micli fuller details but time wlU not permit and I must nov, pass on to Thai {the city ig doing tn This .sludge bed has to be cleaned out about twice a year.. This particular plant.is 'interesting in that- H was tho first .of its type in Canada, to bo 'operated during the winter without the 'filters', being Cov- ered. Garbage Collection The aim of the city is to 'live ill boys were put in a cage for "Fishing on and the last floatEh9weda'man.attbe pillory "For Smoking, on. Sun day." Similar parades will be held daily next week, the leaders announced. the Irish flepublrain army, who In safeguard ottora lower down the ruer, "a ti a b> by. the authorities. He has several times' escape'd arrest by the narrowest j b> You don't have to suffer AUM GUE IKwMEOF titnu ma ITS I MOHVftEAL I itm'Jlfor TK. Juto BCnitrfl PELIEVES PAIK -X> J" S" iI4 Sewage Disposal tewace disposal plant cost in the neighborhood of 460.000. The 'ca- ladly of the plant IE gal ions per. day and aboht.half .tnat ount Is now being treated. The. sewage from all. parta of tho city finds its .'way-to three trunk sew- ers, one from the north aide ot the clly. and two from the" south. These are all Joined op before the plant is reached Into one cutlet. The first operation is. to-pass the sewage through a detritus tank pro- vided with screens-and'sludge valves and here paper, etc., ard Uken but. From the1 detritus tank the liquid goes to the sedimentation basins. Here the sewage 13 allowed to settle and during tho process two kinds of bacteria are working. The one kind at the top of tho sedimentation basins requiring air and light and called aero- bic bacteria and tho other at the bol- WOJfNCaEASE-m 'INDEMNITY' LONDON, Dsc. As- residencea a weekly collection service cociated ia understood that and tho down-town bnslnaea aortlon 'a the select eoinm'ItteeVconBiderlng the daily in certain special. salaries ot members-! of parliament cases a'.bi-wreekly service Is given jwHl not recomrflendWny increase of The object Is to have every real I the present allowance of No dehce use receptacles and to this end relief from income (of-or the granting and in order to get around tbo city. of' the postal franking privilege will economically no' shovelling of garbage he recommended, though tho commit- Is permitted in' the residential area tee may recommend a'certa'n amount A cohered garbage can Is a good free railway transportation. terrent to fly breeding but obviously the exposed; area is less -in E recep- ROME, Dec newspapers toda> unanimously cohdemti the attl tude of has .declared There are 'about 'nsid'encei be ..will -resist: enforcement of the given a weekly se-vlce and about treatjy of Rapallo. nTne newspaper-, premises given a service so ttnt approve the government demand that tacio of any Xind.. than It .Is when thrown out in a heap o? the lot. Buying Days days the average number .of calls per day'is about some other means of disposing of the garbage or do not require call as often aa .'mentioned ao tbat'a conser- vative estimate of about 600 calls per day would bo a fair, estimate. About nine to ten tons.per day.ia carried to the dump, the amount, 'and weight vanlue .with different seasons say tons per year. Laboratory and Other Work city laboratory water is test- ed three times a week. Milk Is tested for physical conditions and bacteria count. Tests .are made for gonococus, tubrculosis. and diphtheria, and tojt tubes are kepi and handed out as de- sired for tbe. .Wasserman Hnctibn. Antitoxin for diphtheria and vaccine or smallpox la kept acd given out and certain other research work is done. In conclusion I am convinced that a city Is doing its part in the matter ot health and with Ihe eiccptions of the desirability of having more premise! connected the se'wagc system, al- though the rraoortioh row Is by means, small, I do not think I can inake any. iirofitnhle recommendations to the club. The ma'.rer of the numbar of promises ihat may 'lavo sewerage connections is already der cojialdorallon. j For my cwu part 1 think the great-: est eooi that this club can do ia to Us nttenlion to seeing ihat all end partlc'ilurly tho boys and Kir.s huTe aa opportunity a. wero unloading the mail eacXs brought by the Aojiilauia late Satur- day night. One ol the- sacks 'stirred as It lay on the Cunanl pier. One of the being dark thcro and bit' wllh trljiht. and rent mvay. Tbe other ran and got two Cunanl- Hughes and-'Edwanl I.ynch. They kicked the sack, gently. H j stirred seemingly' motivMe'd [from wilhiri; ihrbw ibff rays 'of a pocket ilashllgbl it, aud found j It was bonded mall, to open which (s felony unless you havc.au official jTight to do so. They took It to the General office. Thero it was found to ibarm scaled ten days before In Man Englana. It was then open ed, wllh duo attenllon to pogtoffice and from II was taken a kitten about six mouths old 'and gaunt and weak, Us voice frayed, hut Its appetite fatact. BAD FIRE AT OXFORD, H. 8, OXFORD, N. 3., Dec. thought to have been caused by taneoma combuslton, destroyed por- tions of tha plant of tha Scotia Wood Works. Limited, here tallied at f 000. lots H (uUally covered AUTOMOBILE MODEL C The Ideal Pleasure Sfcatc.1. Aluminum 9} to 11J. friet, including luxury JT.70 Automobih Modal E. Similar (o above, but with steel tops. luxury tax HOCKEY TUBE The Fro Hockey Favorite. Spot welded throughout. Arnminura finish. SUes 10 to llj. Pria, Midisc ttavrj lax......flM D Favorite Hockey Model. Aluminum Sizes 10 to 115.-' Wire, including luxury J8.80 PLEASURE TUBE A'ricnder, graceful, Pleasure ModeU Spot welded. Slits S Prill, inctuditig luxury LADIES' AUTO The Popular Ladles' Skate, In graceful design, Pritff intituling luxury Han't Auto, sizes 9 J to luxury lax H.40 Aufcmiobile Steels SPEEDER-TUBE' Ixmx and speedy narrow sieelbtadtj. Spot welded. NicVel plattd. Sizts 8J to llj. wcMVi; tory OTHER MODfiLS (ran up. CC.M. heat treatment givti gUss-hard running edge combined vrilU a tough core which makes bladu practically unbrealubic. Heavily nicktl- plated over copper to preVeat rait, ABOVE AbVERTISEMENT OF C. C. M. AUTOMOBILE SKATES WAS PREPARED THE LUXURY TAX OF TEN PER CENT. INCLUDED IN THE PRICES .QUOTED HAS BEEN ABOLISHED. ;