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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ff:''' Listen! Can you hear your watch tick?- Does, it ueed repairing? � S..... _ \ Remember that I can repair yotir watch Iho way it should ig. new-supply of energy, and he can keep running for a long time witkout any great increase in his feeling of fatigue. At last he reaches a point w>here the cxertiion teils hand again; fatigue piles up torribly fast now-so fast that unless the runntu- knows just how much he is good for and has made oarefui calculations he is ;iike-ly to be 'all in* before he g^ts to tho end. Every step makes an inroad on his reaervc energy^ The last spurt costs rijoro than ftU tho rest toipeth-or. Ii'' a man has covered his distanca without touching the final turn of the fatigue Qurve, he will get rested in a reasonably' shorftinic. and be '.able f>to go over the course again. Burt if, instead, he Imvs to keep on, jteeth set, eyes ibul^ng, 'hugging his com cobs,' until he rolls over on the groiihd, it may take weeks for him to get into good form again. In a big race, naturally he's got to be itwdy to do that. There are emergencies in everybody's life when the merely prudent thing isn't the right thing. If n house is on fire and a family on the top floor is in danger, and ' you're tlie only'person on tlie pfemiscs, yo\i can't stand calmly aside ami calcu -Ifntc your fatigue curve. There's a necessity for actioi*-at any cost whatever, oven life. M man may have a big^iroposition to put tfarouti^h, some important com taination to eflect, a new movement to got under way. X'orhaps lie is tho only person who knows the vhole sit-iiat'ion; success may ntally at the sides and notic -ing whether ^tho fmgers tremble. Tho fatigue condition raises the nerve pressure and allow flow-overs from one nerve into an(�t'hor. Normrally a nervous impulse goes along its nervu directly to the point of strain; but when you nro fntisuod the stimulus spreads into other ner\-es as well, and is not distinctly transmittod. Sir Froncis Oalion, the great statistician, siiys that the best test ho knows is that 61 resaiessnoss, shown in muscular movements. Many times, he says, he has sat in a positioti where ho could wiatch an audience as it listenod to some long scientific memoir. He took notes of how people noted under tho strain of pro -trnoted attention-how often they moved, at the beginning of the hour they would sit quietly; then thoy would begin to move on the average of once ewry four seconds, then every throe sccomls, and ho says llhat it is possible to trace right through any audience every degree of fatigue by the nuniibor of muscular movements nmdo. Ho has simply put togvlher mothmotacially some data are familiar to all of us. Wo have all seen-and, alas, lx>on a. part of -an audience th.i/t was trying to eiv dune the last half hour of an uncn -durable speech. Everybody was shifting his position, crossing one leg' over the other or back again, mov -jn.^ the fingers, i)laying w4th watch charms or chain, yawning, twitching, folding programme, wiping eyeglasses adjusting l>ack hair, twisting m\is-tache. Those were all fatigue signs. A loss of seli-oontrol in small, thirds; that's tlie symptom in different terms; and another name for it is irritability. At first it .ser cent. Ijast year the roads paid the German gov-emmcn't a net-profit of $3S,000,000. If oui govemmient owned Vl�e rail -roads one could travel from Toronto to Vbncouver for a,botit $10.-Ex. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the constnietion of a BuiMing, Lumber and all kinds of MUI Worli * I Do act. semi all yonr money to Calgary ami Craubitiok. \ I 4 > Help to ^nild up Lethbhdgu and a local industry by patronizinK Office, Yunls nnd Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets enr in the nows-ipapors exclusively. I have I'oarnod that thoHo who don't road the papers don't go to the the�xtro." "You are wise," said tho soap millionaire. ".\nd I do like you. Long since I discarded every fornii of advortismont save that of tho press, finding that they wiio didn't rea^l n paper had no use for soap." The townsito of Michel is to be put oii the market at onoe. New Effects in Cut Glass Our recent importations include an assortment of English Rock Crystal, qnite different from that here-tc fore sliown. Tbe Cr.Tstil liacif la heavier and the cuttln,;ii deeper than that of Dtber years-toe effect la even more pleaaloK It diSera from "BIrka' Out Ula��" In that i\ tfependa more upon its ariiaile tracery of de-slftn. fortta buauty rather than lirllllaccy. % Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs are most prominent in the assortment, some of which come mounted in sterling silver, others plain. W. J. Annstrongi JEWELER ENaRAVEH OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS L H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksmithlag i^nd Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-ns. windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain picklers, lila'ik-mith coal. LCTHBRIDCB. ALBBKTA. LOOK FOR r "Royal Blue ff on every Ikjx of biscuits or sweet goods manufactured by us, and we make over 300 different kinds. Our Society Tea cakes, in dainty one lb. boxes, ace for sale at all good grocers-the quality cannot Ix) equalled. Ask yonr grocer for " Royul Blue" biscuits and cukes If he does not carry them, write to us and we will send you a trial bof from the factory. Mention your grocer's name. ERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. LGARY A ALTA AA CAB LIVERY " when you need a CAB To go to the s'lation or bring friends to yonr home. F. T. KANE Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 Synopsis, CoilNiniiil Relalations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not ihoro than 2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must, be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. ^ In surveyed territory the land must be described by sectionSf or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsur\'eyed territory the tract appliedior shall be staked out.;. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of t5, w6ich will be refunded if the rightsjap-plied for are not available butiiot otherwise. A royalty shall be ^id on the merchantable output of ..the mine at the rate of five centilper ton. >. > Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Ageiti.of Dominion Lands with a iiiotn statement to that effect at least onoe in each year. The lease,! will include the ooa) mining rights only, but the lessee may be permittM to purchase whatever available surface- rigbtji,, may be considered necessary v^' the working nf the mine at th^ rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Inter' Ottawa, or to atiy Agent or Sii Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior K.B.-Unauthori2ed publicatio*^ ^ of this advertisement will not bet p�id(br. ;