re- for degree slight come rubber over a opinion, war. .1 Ent,lneoi :ijo Intor-Counto Plans Cor or On) y' Tenth of Highway* on country Tacoma imports 5 to ERIC EOADS GOOD. Milwaukee, -."Wis.,' 1 Nov. :iess in road'Construction is our'most extravagant' luxury: Â·* A - good road' one that Â· fits "its" traffic. -.First- is, a minor item "in- road' economy. way. to figure economy Is to : it by the cdndltiori-'oi" the road most -easily .the -traffic to' which may be'subjected These '.and: other - highway were laid down'-by 'James T.; 'McCleary, highway engineer" 'of Cuyahoga. county,' O., adjoining Cleveland, Ohio during th'e 'greater- part'" of : the. time, when that county's 400 mile system of brick roads were "constructed. Clea'ry -w'tif. resigned to .speak- before the r Northwestern Road 'Congress' here on methods of brick.'cbnstsuction, but-he also paid his-respects *to: he called the "literary and oratorical side, of highway building." '' - , . "For arousing- public interest", -he said,, "the' literary- and .oratorical should receive commendation. .They would be subject to ,'jtn. 1 criticism if they . rested at', this point, .but have usurped'the place of .the in - telling -the., public'-what kind roads to build and what kind not build."' Â· - ' - ' - ' Â· : ' . - Â· ' - Â· "'The most ambitious- schemes 'of inter-county highways, do' noli: cover more than a tenth ,of the total mileage. The cheaper, forms of road construction .must always survive, f the less traveled roads. 'For- the roads, permanence is the only criterion.".- . .'. , Â· .- . .. '-; . Â· Â·Â· The roads radiating .from Cleveland, he said, proved that the cost of .repairs on-brick roads .is negligible.for the first two decades, providing the brick is properly laid. ' '- Â· ' ' Correct.