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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can you hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? I should � Remember that I can repair your watch tin be repaired. My work is guaranteed. way We have just opened a shipment of Cl'T O LASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate t, The Jeweler You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OR- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the b�st of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK (& Wahely | The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. The Meminc Bath Time to Quit Wwking. When wo haw set out on n piece of muscular work or bead work w? might expect to find n steady, regular lncreose In the fatigue r knows just how much he is good for ami has nmde careful calculations lie is likely to bo 'all in* before ho gets to the end. Every stop makes an inroad on his reserve energy. The last spurt costs more than nit the rest together. Iix a man has covered his distance without touching the final turn of tho fatigue curve, he will get rested in , reasonably short~ttme. and bo able ,to go over 'the course again, llut if. Instead, he tins to keep on, teeth Ret, eye* bulging, 'hugging Ills corn cobs.' until he rolls over on the ground, it may take weeks fur him to got into good form again. In n big race, naturally he's got to be ready to do that. There are vmergciirics in everybody's life when the merely prudent thing isn't the right thing. If u house Is on fire nnd a family on the top floor is in danger, and you're the only' person on the premises, you can't stand calmly aside ami en leu  bite your fatigue curve. There's a necessity for art inn-at nny cost whatever, oven life. At man may have a big proposition to put through, soiih) important com binfltion to eflect. �, new movotnoltt to get under way. Perhaps ho is the only person who knows the v hole sit-tuition: sueeess may dejicnd upon him In such a ease he must let more prudence go by th.> I>nnrd-nnd h�^ is recognized generally as m great js-tand ready to pay the prior, hnrbinger of health, and wheu it! when that's culled for. win be taken amid sanitary stir-1 Hut such cm?rgrncies ore not* every ronndillgs it becomes a luxurious: day matters. Tomorrow wo are gu-necessity. Any disinclination you' mg to have nnotlwr^f.n.v's business may have for n cold plunge on aris- i to attend to. uml the probability is ing will soon vanish if you have us "that it win i*. juNt as Important u� fit up your bathroom with open to'dny's. Consequently, we haw no Slinitory plumbing, porcelain baths fright to overdrive ourselves to-dny; and tlieiraucoinpanyingappliuuces|foi the price / u will i>e tak^n out ^ ^+w% A iof tlu� quality of tomorrow's work Phone hori�mtally at tho sides and notlc  ing whether the tinners tremble. The' fatigue condition mines the nerve pressure and allow flow-overs from ono nerve into another. Normally n nervous Impulse goes along its nerve 'directly to the point of strain; but when you are fatigued the stimulus spreads into other nerves as well, and Is not distinctly transmitted. Sit Krnnels (lalton, the great stat-of list Irian, says that tho best test he knows Is thnt ot restlessness, shown in muscular movements. Many times, lie says, ho has sat In a position where he could wntch nn audience ns It ll�ten�l to some long scientific memoir, lie took notes of how people noted under the strain of pro  traded attention-how often they movett. at the beginning of the hour they would sit .quietly; then they would liegin to move on the average of once every four seconds, then every 'throe seconds, and he says �,hat it 'is possible to trace right through any audience every degree ,�f fatigue by the number of muscular movements made. He has simply put together mathmetacially some data are familiar to all of ns. We haw alt seen-and, alas, Nvn a part of -an audience that was trying to endure the last half hour ot an unen durable speech. Kveryhody was shifting his position, cross lug one log over the other or hack again, mov  in�wnlng. twHchlng, fowling programme, wiping eyeglasses adjusting liack h.iii. twisting mustache. Those were all fatigue signs. A loss of seli-control in smalt, thitiRs: that's the n.vmptom in different terms; ami another name for it is irritability. At first it sunns strange that this limine sensitiveness to slight sHinuli should be so sure an effect of fatigue but It means that the resistance gates iiredown and we iKH^oiite aware of sensations pouring In from all sides. slitHtt sensations that ordinarily we �take no notice of Ivcauso-by tKe laws of attention-they are quietly shut out from our consciousness. Hut wheu our attention Is tired-no longer focussed but scattering-nil these slight nerve pricks attack us insistently ami we cannot neglect them. A nolA? that you will not hoarwhen you are rested will t�e perfectly distracting when you are tired. Youwill fo over ami shut a window*, you will wulk nronnd aimlessly you will swear at tho faint cncklo of n distant must gmnhuphone. It' tlwiv is a light ab-lo"' itivo you at an evening lecturv it will 'hurt your eyes almost lioyond endur-iiniv. liwiteatt of making tho nervous system a 'cs*� res|�onslvo Inslruiivni, fatigue makes it more responsive more responsive, but less Herviacahlo. Kvery man v ho is anxious to hit his Job tort ween the eyes should make u study of his own fatigue curve.and he should put the moral of it to Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. YARD ***�Succttsors lo George Rogers NORTH OF THE TRACK i Builders Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridgejaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge competition from ind.-|>endenl dealers -Farmers' Advocate. Of Interest to the Farmer The l'ro\lueinl IVpnr.Umnt of Agriculture htis Issihil an excellent booklet on the Advnnc -etl Methoils ot Poultry Panning by A. \V. Foley, th..� provincial poultry superintendent. In this vuluable work .the author discusses vwry phase of the life atvl cure of fowl from the most scient>iflc stundpoim. To poultry lunriers the little work shoukl lx> very vuluntilo and may be had from the lvpartm,civlnry has the names of 17�� IVrchoron owners un his list, mostly residents ot Manitoba Saskatchewan, and Allvrta. W. It. Thorn.' of lli�h Hiver is President and K. It. l'iko. t'algury. is Secret  ary Trewsurer. The head olllce will lie located nt t'algary. -FOR> ? Everything required in the construction of n BuiMing, Lumber nnd nil kind* of Mill Work T l.)t) not wml all your money to Calgary nnd Craubrook. Z 2 Help to ' '�ild up Letltbrtdge anil a local industry by patronizing X Y. Oliver's P.aning nnd Lumber Mills. OHice, Yards nnd Factory-Corner Rouud ind Bompns Street* Toluphone VM 'OOP OOVKHXMKST HAUAVAYS. Office-First door south of Opera House Phone 63 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN gTest of Bentley Co. McKenzie & Roy ELECTRICIANS Dealers in Everything Eleotrical House and Office Lighting is our specialty ..Repairs promptly attended to Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Onrdston people �tro discussing the establishment of n hospital in thoir town. A public mooting has boon called to talk it ovor. The C. B. Bowman Agency Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Established 1801. Puoue 200 Offices Post Office Block Lethbridge, - Alta. DOC! FOUND. White nnd black ISnglisit setter, found at Taller on Aug. 9. Owner can have same by proving property nmlpnying for this advertisement. Apj)ly at Herald Olllce. | ion. You lay your hand, back down, en a little table, and to the end of jone linger is attached a cord which connects horizontally^>vur a putloy with a small hanging weight. Tho motion of cloning tha finger lifts tho weight; and as the ullort in ropeatod ovor ami ovor again tho fatigus symptoms in the Anger become clear oikI can bo observed and recorded in detail. Now, one of tho important discoveries that Professor Mosso has madu Is that if you koep raising the wolgnt until your finger is exhausted iR will take Juirt about two hours to rest it; that is, in two hours you can do tho Fame amoung of finger work over a gain-and tho least bit more. You would imagine from thin that if the experiment were repeated ut tho end of ono hour instead of two you could do just half thn amount of work. Ilut it's only one-quarter ns much! Thut's the price ot work on top of fatigue. One unfattgued man in to bis work as four scini-fatlgued men to ahe Kimie work. Using all tlt.t Hlivniuli you have, you can't begin to g"t normal roRUlts; and tho wlruln on will nnd nervous energy in terrific Carrying a thing through on 'nerve' is the costliettt buKlneW a man can indulge in. Some people, especially those of nervous makeup, find It hard to tell when the shopping point has Ijoen reached-that is, Just where the dividing Una conieH between oaergy funds available for invoHtment uiid a capital which cannot legitimately bo tamporod with. Jf they got intwrosi-c�d in their work thoy lose sight of everything else and are going onshcer nervo before they r�nllze it. Though fiitigun Hjiuptoms vnr>' greatly in different people, it may bo worth whilo tom eirtlon a fow ot them hero. Somotiimw there is u Hushing at tho temptOH. That is tho cuko with myself when I havo lioon read ins hard for two or three hours; and then I know that 1 ought to call ft halt. I could keep on reading with undiminished interest for a good deal longer; but it would bo at tho prioo of a HleeplOHs night. With some pooplo a sure sign the increased circulation of blood in lleportu from the capital ol Albortu indicate that tho Artorney-Ocnerul is preparing to proceed agulnsa tho organized lumber dealorh of thai province and is also enlisting tho ci-o|i-eraliou of the ltritish t.overnment in order tluil the real iostigaton, of what the committee appointed b> the Dominion Qovermnent found to Ik) 'exorliltant prices" may bo up -predated. The action of tho Attorney-General of Albecta, if it is within tho bounds of political propriety (and this is a question which wo haw never seen decided), is memt commendable. The notions of the lumber dealers in raising their prices almost imna^iiatoly upon the finding of tho Parliamentary Committee was to say the least, doflant, and border-ud very closely upon insolence to  ward tho Foderul Government. It certainly alienated any possibility of public sympathy and implied that the public's interest was not in the loa�t theirs. Wo In Canada are patient with utnnufaoturibg concerns-more so than they arc In the* Republic. Across tho line tho lumiier trust is being regulated in earnest. The District Attorney for Minnesota is bringing action against tho organized retail lumber men of tho utatu, and the United BlAjtctt supremo court has da -dared that the increase of freight rates of from six to twelve dollars a car on yellow pine to the Ohio Hiver is excestdvo, and claims of between three and four million dollars are heing filed against certain railways for a return of this excess freight charge. Whether or not it will I*' recovered we cannot say, but judging by the attiludo of tho court toward the Standard Oil Company, which was recently assessed a Ano of over twenty-nine million dollars, it would appear that tho railway companies oiul lumber dealers most more nearly simulate Justice in tboir l""uc Ikes. 6 This is not just tho time for in ^Justrial orgawizu'bions' to pinch tho consumers. Money is none too plentiful or, frc� this season and tho public miind is in no humor to witness extortion. Provincial tiovornmonts may dc|ientl upon the public ondors ing any reasonable action to socure lower lumber prices, even to the extent it necessary of assisting honest In lliese'du>s of trusts, nnd eonsol-idalinn strikvs and cut sowmdkHween labor and railroudH. it may Im inter-listing 'to know whnl has been and what can be done to remedy the*) evils. We never hear of nny strikes, cut downs' or labor truubl,-, Un th,-causo tho KoverniiK-nt owns ami ojier-ates them in the Inieix-sts of the people. In Australia you can ride u mith coal. LCTHBKIDCE. ALBCSTA. LOOK FOR TWO ADVISKTISIXa TRUTHS. A sonp mill,ionairo and nn "notor manager were talking business. "I," said the actor mtinnKer, "have discontinued the use of postern. My announcements nppear in the news-^|Hi|>erK exclusively. 1 have learned that those who don't rend the palters don't go to the theatre." "You are wise," said the soap millionaire. "Ami 1 do like you. I^ong since 1 discarded ovory form of udvoPtismont snvo that of thn press, finding that they who didn't rend a paper hud no use for soap." The townsite of Michel is to lie put on the market at once. r "Royal Blue ff on entry I nix of biscuits or sweot goods manufactured by ns, and wu make over 300 different kinds. Our Society Tea cukes, in dainty ono lb. lioxes, are for sale at all good grooers- tho quality cannot 110 oquiilli'd. Ank your grocer for " ttoyul Blue" biscuits and cakes If he does not carry them, write to us and we will send you a trial box from the faotory. Mention your grocer's iiume. HKI'T a:i4. Alberta biscuit co, ltd. CjjtLGAftY A ALTA V A A J Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations 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 mon* . than 2,500 acres will lie leased U: -A. ono applicant. Application for a lease must lw inado to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district in which the rights applied for are situated. Iu surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in nnsnrveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out.. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but iiot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five centsiper ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coa) mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surfaco rights, may be considered necessary fqr the working of the mine at the" rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to nny Agent or Sim-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication V' of this advertisement will not be paid for. \ ;