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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVfi THE LPTHBIUDGE DAILY BKRAT0 SATURDAY, MAY 22, 19 1 question. 0( course the first coiisid-ltoiuiou is paid to druiumg in mi'-'t ff c.ratlon should be the draiuage. Water j our road making. I should never lie perruiUed to either j if geiiiug ilci ol surface water at {slued in or run across the road icuriortauro, the uiotiicJ ol yntd' street. it can easily be conies uext. Kvery buitJer of culverts sliouW be avoided, lor ihey F. "VV. Lent, of Alberta Mo- tor Lcagiie, Accepts Active Chairmanship often choke with snow, k-o, drifi or dirt. High culverts. In high grades (or this reason arc preferable. 11 is not enough to keep the water out of the roftd (or the roads out of roads should see to it that Uio scJ. or original surface is never disturbed, unless a out is le. be made. That is. a strip twelve to. sixteen wide in th.? centre o! tilt' road never be plowtvl unless all tbe dirt turned up Water should not bt> left to! be immediately taken away. IVr- _ stand against a grade. It will soliM i haps the roat! laws do not so specify. this, plova furrows oa either sine. Ihe grade so that It vdir become miry. but they, should I With Ihe grader, ilraw all this Brides it will rapidly wash the grade! Thi-m are thcw who would start In) (loose) dirt Into a ut :t ridgo. in fact, the most that they cau said to have done, is to Iiave wfcea the outs, and level down tho high points nd give osiicar an ideal read as can he wade with pur llaht or waxy soil. Grides thus msdo shoiilJ he scraped tiie tt. Oarry! on Thursday, t5in tour are urogrresains sAlT, and the sraaller details are being taken up in order and eterr- thai it i' uoSFlMi- 10 do at this period is be'ini toi'kcii after by the Has Revolutionized Performance Standards :f-' iniles to the gallon of gasoline to the set of tires slower yearly (National Averages) HE of results is not pqssi- ble by That knowledge is the reason for -Franklin owner confidence. Another big element in Franklin owner satisfac- tion is comfort. 'Comfort cannot be expressed in economy, but it can be demon- strated just as positively. It is easy to show that a Franklin owner can travel farther in a day than his neighbor without fatigue, and more days in the year without trouble. D. S. WILLIAMSON GO, DEALER LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SOME FRANKLIN ROAD RECORDS im Jrnrr cintuti) tt ikt mint n rm) New York- to Boston >m) return (458.8 to f2 keon, Indianapolis to Syracuse and bcTond (832.6 mfef) mj Cincinnati to Cleveland ind return (553 aAn) w Boston to Sjractwc rctam (683 in with i Woman Diilim New York to Montreal (396 BUei) >B 9 Waterloo, la., non-siop, 4m 20 ;