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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I HIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, U)l� THE LETHDRID Kicul an intinixilv of pipssiiic. Tlic liUinn iiialnial is coinparl.Ml lom-lhrr anil has niorr or l("'-.s vlniilliy. 'riii; wliiu'l loails caiisi-| ,1 rrrluiii iirussiiii! ovim' tlir surtaio o( llir riiail in i-iMilact with the rim ainl this pii'sMiic is ilistrihutcd bv thr ......Mllcr lo u iiiiicti tarurr alna of Ibr I swonil artlilr'iliwilt. willi tin- Insl ofi''"'! ��iiliporlmi; thf rr.ailbr.l. Tbi- pnn- j thP.w. anil it is proposnl in Ibis nr I'lP'"' is tlii' sanii- as that iisoil in | tii!li- to consiiler IliKbwavs. 'n'lisi' foiiiidations, bridur pirfs, cif. It is lo bR nndcrstiioii linit iIhmHs 'I'lii' lilliiin maU'rinl i;, placi'd on l.lii- ' lini'lioii inado is bi'lwccn roads rini-; naliual soil which lias lii-ni Drcvloiis-ntnicU'd of nialriial in plai r anil i h llioionnbly conipiii'ti'il U\ rolling-lliosi' wbosp loadhril or at It-ast ilu'lTliis siilii;raili', as 11 Is lornii'd, max CiMilrc portion of it is built up oi j be rillirr Hal, riviiiirint; a urcatrr material brouKlil and placed ihcrinn. ilcplli m lillinir material at tlii' (.-imi-This iinprovr.d (.'(.'ntcr portion varies Ire to I'oriii tin- crown, or may ron-in width from III to 21 fri-t, a widtli i form to Ibn shape oi tbe finislicil siir pf fioni to Hi feet briiij; all that | tac;', nlvlni; a uniform depth lo tbf is rC'iiiired in most instances, Tlii' o;i- I lillin.i;. iiiati^rial tlirouKliout. Tin'. Jp.ct of briiiRiiii: in nial,:rial and pliu'- | aliioiiiil oi material re(|nlred depend-; jiiH it on the natural soil is lo make | upon the heaviness of the irairi; an:! You Will find relief fn Zam-Buk I ii eases the burning, stinging pain, stops bleeding and brings ^ ease. Perseverance, witli Zam. Buk, means cure. Why not prove this 7 -^^ ^^^"^'t,^ Stort4^ am Buk it bard, sn.ootli surtaco upon which the rulliii); resisluiice will be small, due to its not yicldin)!; under the wheel loads, 'ro accomplish this jl is pecessarv that the natural soil wbicli 'must ultimately carry the load be : on the iiiellioil of maintenance. There lis a constant wearing away of even I this hard roadbed and this may be j renlaced either periodically or bv con-;tiiiiioiis upkeep. In the former case ithe initial depth must he siicb tbat llie improved siirfaee will nol wear ;on thin. This minimum allowable ilii.kness depends on the trallic and llie nature of the suburade over uhicli ,!ii\ wheel load is disl ribuled. Filling Material 'till- liUing material must be suilicl-enlly liard to resist the crushinij; ae-lioii'oi lb' loads, and sulliciently tonsil to prevent its breaking under* tlr coiUiniial blows to which it, is Kiib.iected by the trallic. There should also be .. binditie toni'tber of the surface coat ,ind of the body of the roadbed in order that water falling oil the road '.ball nol lind its way Piles of New SpringPry Goods DRESS GOODS-Silks, Prints, Ginghams, Galateas, Voiles, Crepes, French Percales. Also New Ready-to-Wear-Suits, Coats, Middies and Blouses. tipwii to sdftcn the subgrade. The materials (tenerally used are )^ra\Kl and broken stone, but if neither of tliCHC are ftVailable any material which would'satisfy the ru'niireineiits miglit he used as n substitute. Onc of the functions of the alert bigbway onuineer is to iitili/e local iiiaterlal such as well burned clinker, hard brick .spalls, .slau; or other bv-pro-dticts which may be rcoiiomically used in the hndy of tbe roailljcd ami thus save the cx])eiisi\e imported material for the weariii);; siirfare I'it run gravel simnld nol cont/aiii  too ureal, a droportiou of sand nor (it clay if satisfactory results are to ; he obtaijied. About ien per cent, of clay or loam is' necessary lo act as a filler and binder, hiii more than this is apt to wash in the surface .uid caus? a iiiudil; and duslv riiail. It is not possible, 'to s"' as compact or waterproof a >�""' 'vitli uravd as with stone .ttiid hence it is more suitable for till! lighter U pes of trallic. There arc two tyiies of constnic-lioii in brolfen stone mads, i.e., ma-cadem and tclfi rd, named after the lMi|,;lisb liinhway em;iiieeFs who lirst used thcni. The di.lVinice lies in tin-fact that in a macadem road tlie layers of smaljUstonc (up to J-inch in size) formint; the hi linn material are laid directlv on the siiiii;ra;le, whilst in a telford road a layir of large stones is first laid on the subgrade ^ i and the smaller ston.'s laid on these. � Thus, when we speaK of jj macadam-i ized road we mean one in which a ; Ifi loot strip (more (.r less) in the center is lilled ll to H inches deep with small bro'/en stones laid in lavers on a rolled -iibgrade, each layer ridled and compacted and the whole luld toKPther with the pulverized dust which when mixed with water forms a cenieiitary pa^le. OUR SUCCESS HELPS TO MAKE YOURS! ^ We cannot prosper unless we sell reliable food. You cannot prosper easily unless your health is good. You cannot enjoy good health without pure and nourishing food. Its easier to use the phone. Soup. Cross" A- Ulackwell's assort cd. in laiRi' tins ............. Soap, Pure Ollvc Oil, InrKO biun ��'�Millar �."ic, on sale caeli.............. 25c 25c Oranges, Siinklst Uraiid, per dozen 25c, 30c, 35c. 45c and ........... Women's New Spring Suits 1? 14.00 up lo $20.00 in materials, Serge, Poplin, Tweeds and Styles that are catching Silts A l New Li lies ill Fancy Dress C'i'tiX's....... l.'x- stripes and small floral patterns in washing colors Fast .0() Fancy Printed Voiles......4oc 40 inches wide, in fine sheer quality fancy floral and stripe patterns. Excellent value at 45c. '.^�jc. I'l-eiicli Percales ........ Finest cloth, fast colors, in a variety of neat stripes, for blouses or boys' shirt waists. .Vot all .stone is smiable for this purpose. Mardnes;;, toiigbness and a cenientary nclioii on the part of the dust is necessary, ll is possible cx-perimtntally-to doteiniino tbe characteristic of any proposcii shine, and this slicuUl he done before anv jrreal outlay is undertal.eii. In fact, it mishi be safely said that a properly operated (�.vi;erimental department is an essential to any broad scheme of roadway improvemen I. i The comparative tractive clliciency of a hard road with a smooth surface . and an unyielding roadbed is shown Shy the study of the following loads which could be hauled at two and a half miles per hour on the level ny a 3000-lb. team drawing an ordinary , well lubricated farm wagon with 2-inch tires : Brick pavement, eleven tons ; asphalt pavement, six tons ; macadam road, live tons ; gravel road, four tons ; ordinary earth road, two and a half tons ; ordinary sand road, two tons. In usine; such comparisons in estimating purely linancial benefits full loads only should be calculated and the necessary cost in grade reduction and bridge construction to allow of heavier loads on the improved roadway must he allowed for. As has alreaih been pointed out in the lirsl article the cost per ton mile to a fanner and a freighter are nol the same and deductions which apply lo the latter cannot be iis.'d in their entiretv in calculating the saving to the lornrer. The ease, speed and frequency of intercotnmunication with iiciiihbors and with local centers which does so much to amelior-at2 agricultural conditions of life should ho kept prominently to the forefront when di.sciissing road improvement. The cost of both gravel and biokeu stone roads is comparatively large. Lemons, large .-iize por dozen ......... ,'irape Kvuit, fancy I'lorida, lUc and . . Apples, good cooKors, i; lbs lor .......... Aiiplcs, tine table 4 lbs for .......... .Viiples, box . fine lablo. per Mot House Lettuce per pound ...... Head r^otliice. lor ........... Cauliflower, largo white lieads .... 50c 30c 12ic 25c 25c $2^! 35c 25c 25c 25c I'ea I'loiii', Symiiiglon's per tin ............. lii-ans. s)>i;cUU'd, pounds for ... Hlscnlls. i rjf.vlords Old t'ouii-try. In vatietlcs, regular ;!'>(. and -Inc lines, on sale per pound ......... r^tarch. While (; comb ......... Itlloy's Toffee, assorted per pound .......... itilev's Totteo, per slab................ 50c 60c 25c 40c 20c 24c t'heese, Ontario full cream, per lb..... tiardines, finest French, five ounce tins two 45 C Coffeo. Our Ideal blond, pounds for ........ I'lcklea-lleintz. In bulk. Sweet .Mustard, Sweet .Mixed, (^how Chow and Swoet Ger- 5ft!uke tiie 2JUh a iKiuner day, ami help comfort our wounded .soldiers. Plolui'o shows the British submarine li-li comijiaiidod by t'omniandor llurtoii, vN'hIcli brnvod the perils ot the troi;on]nu(l mlue Btre\Yri..vat8j^;''6r t)te^^ Jllaltlu Soa-loisirwiKthcii ilio Drltlsh blockade around Ikuniaiiy. One jilciurc shown the submarine plowing Its way through the ictV floes, audjiniJthW^ shown Commanaur liortou with his cruw photouruidied on the deck ut his suluiiarlne as he was pllotlnij the craU Into sale liarbor wttt^r UlB (Ittriiie.(eut() ;