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Phermer United States aster Thomas Heart Carter of Moatasa. who died last week la Washlaston, of lung trouble, had a remarkable career, ateadins over year. of acongresseonal and eoial le at Washlsgtao. As Ohia by birth, as lowas by adoptios ad a Metasa longs before that terr. tory was admted to statehasbOd Mr. Carte jumped to the trest almost from the outset of his work Ia ceagreas. Perhaps the moat remarkable of his foreesic achlevemeats was hi d.e feat Of a big river ad harbor appropriatlos bill which he regarded as a poltlseal grbb measure during the Mekialery admialatratlos. PresMidet Moalaty did not favor the bl and Mr. Carter. a strsg administratioe np porter, beas a speeh agalast It at 10$0I o'clock at aight asd talked coatla uouasy ata sooa of the day followlag when the seissi of osagres espired. 1,679,064 Acres of Montana Farm Lands Irrigated in 1909 Washlngtom, D. C.-Ceasus Director Durand iased today the /rat od dial statemeat from the cenass bureau relative to the statistles on Irriga. tion Is Montasa: Increase. Number Per 1010. 1$09 or amount Cent. Ner t hra t. .Tat H.. .....314 t.ae 2.a Anaale atoed am ae a ele ale rarte ...... *w.. .t Imemud toe t faurm (acr)............ 2...o.915 tn.TIe s.uao3m cae rotal .a Ut at tem yoedm .......... $TI. ts a.. 8 e $14, 1 344lla.2 0e Averye vatoa per oarn at tars lead... ... 1431 802 31.5 1104 .mb r 'er s.i(rr ....i.. atd .... .... ae ame Ime . a n a e aa ......t .... ... "rte. J.Id4 t e1.14 m.au Tr wav 0U re apataaapllag a0)0 2.2.105 it) . . Am amlda t so peoet aceoh orlt.. ............. 430.600 l l w.. pre.Rte l aam a ta. tu Irrlted.......... 24.2 01.J "00 "e43o . Par aoat total tad ame Irrat............. 'l.4 I.2 e. a o., oPer B utatlm odtroad tl o arm ile wraad.... '141 14.01 0 e."I.9 Namar at tod epedrat etrpuolma. ... .534 2315 2.SU 00 n al at t dItera ( L d t ................ 14.04 *I6 . Laiant m ro tat e buru.. . oiso ........ ats ei t.rt ltoab at totral diLese mrL1.... 4 Womllt at ml, a,1ce... .......... 5..... t... ? I1 umbero r. s.d ...... c ... . . . ................. l I .. .. . . .. 'apsrtlt t nireey r (a e-feet) ................. 175 61t Ambera stiag etip .l fl. ..... .t. t. . Number t pum rlla t ..................... 125 6 1l Nap.lla. pacity at p.mp... pla.. . 1... . .11 t)...... A m l rrated with pmee d . ........... , ........... ....... Acrae iMrrIgated tam wlln wrlt............. 5 (1)? . Tal t oa t Itrriata ytem .................. $ in.6 $4 . .073 01.1M.5 30? .1 *Aeral at per aeen ..................... $3 04.0 5.43. 110.4 Averaga annatl ral at aperatie. ad mala Nu.aa.r .......................... . 40.1 . 1.5 I ts 110160. "ll 10. l ... erpore L 1t 5. *'lra . JUDITH ASIN HAS RICH CROPS. Distriot Will Present Its Claims at Porthoeming Land Show. Lewistown.-That the Judith basiu deserves the best of credit and bet. ter terms for money seat Into Moe tans by easter capitalits, as well as twin city bakers, will be demon strated by the exhibits which the towns of the basin expect to make at the twin city land show Dec. 123 t3. "It is like this." said a Montana banker. "People won't put up money to build railroad extensions into this country fast enough. We believe our exhibit will show that a dollar invest ed in railroad securities for extending lines in Montana. cannot go wrong; that money loaned on Montana farms, ranches and irrigatlon projects, is the safest security in the world." And the Judith basin is ooming to the twin etie to show farmers that they ca invest their money and muscle in Montana soil sad resp large reurns. It is also going to show the beaker that if this farmer nseds addl tional money he should have it at as low a rate of Interest as the farmer in the more highly developed states. The Judith basin has such a crop this year that the farmers are being asked to make adavits by bankers who forward them east with photo raphs. The storie of yields are al most beyond belief. The adavits are needed to baek up some of the wheat and eat stores. Hay is almost as strees. That s3 tons of timothy were taken from 136 acres nsear Lwi town in the latest. while one man has aehed his name to sa sldavit that So WINTER WHEAT ACREAGE. This Veer' Big Crop I Mestaes Lesds Pamere a Try Ageln. Vseasn.-Aesding to reports the sawn of whener wheat in the Ga.is tin vanleu is uegraesig nioely.nnd t appears nII the aureae r nest year's aep w equal the esead breaebti area of wheat which is Jst harvlsed. Thgm oft a wheat ia saerd esmplnted and that of eats and basfer ban beem bean. The ht tet well nEt be smpetb er asl -4* he harvested 500 acres of wheat that averaged 42.5 bushels to the acre. In the loan offic f eon real estate dealer of Lewistoe. the followinl men swear to yields of wheat like this: Name- Acres. Yield. John Glancy. Lewiston... 100 40.5 A. I. Brimble, Kendall... 100 45 James llsicke. Stanford.. 57 40 A. . Pepper. Moorn...... 110 25 Clyde .Kernett, Moccasin 100 315 Bean & Hatch, Moccasun...240 20 Herman Otten. Cottonwood 400 35 George Carious. Kendall.. 110 40 Thus goes the story which is to be impressed on vsitors at the twin city land show by the Lewistown Commer cial club. which has voted to put in a booth which will cost $4.000. The booth will show that while the country has gold and silver mines which pro duce $1.000.000 of dust and metal each year. deposits of coal which give up 1,00.00000 annually, the wheat and oats alone are worth $2.500.000. Six men will accompany the exhibit to St. Paul. It will not be shows else whre. The exhibit was secured as a result of the eforts of Ralph W. Rey nolds, member of the executive commit tee of the Northwestern Development league from Montana. Shew Glacier Park to the East. Kalispell.-Albums containing views taken by amateur photographers on the recent automobile tour given ea der the auspiees of the Flathead Motor club from this city to Glacier park will be placed throughout the REnt for ad. ertslng purposes, according to the plan of President 3. E. Give.a of the club. Seas of Hermana to lelens. ivtnlgsto.--Heema wra the oheles of the eons of Hermann. Ofeers t.r 1913 were esleted as Sellws: Pneen. dent, Jltns Orslh, ftldiaa:; Ie t vies president, sank Kenk. tte; eaonad vine raddent. Christ Veil ,ardt. amli3 ; eseretearry. anad Planob. Hele:; treasurer, .. 1. Pb. aif aunes; taeto mediail enmaber. Dr. De , Miasenenl; gea eemdeteel Joe Themes. hemass; manels epe aites Bom Oe~be. Nandl IL N. lmer. alms. Jae MeAms lt WI,. oI). WII " L f bL WW umg H w NmIl to-o Se. mm,.b-,'aag trSeee 1s eiu-- IIseb me me ra u" a et ame - r Ma i bme ws. smm te ses. fL i eaet a eent- - ea mo is.mbeld e t. R eest . I& sIw e emmt wle mi ..al IMa b sD akam ee asmd Uestue at e . wmed aI tei im.. l Mrot Im n em mies were e be eumms sma s emume uege my 4peatrira Ia Measkismaul m ma have oua doat o "e r -as ..ri or erple g ed ao se at is abis .e ae hYiaa whe the atles ga te to Mk am would met ae meeded ea materIme te aM i to dslerubip Jost mew .st a lmeie Mhe bes pews m m be. it im had to dhebs taeu re t o temoeessmu ammimaes msd i-ar ptmi weereer L b hmmt an psusmi with esh Dates. DeaWsr a mOa.es bevhoead with himi beb aftadtes "beul o asodiuames as ae be to the lw est Masi fhoe hont aemeaoe the p was em wisb r seed. It rese the uat euse of wheter the pausmal em eur sretus austefly em be pamure, weas fi whit t eoumddasdtma hor the ieves o mm reepared to lea free the path of a speeder? The asouast of hew te hr Umam met hi death would mai et mem to ladwuses as m mes. "Thik of the rorny of the oosamd eo! tDore the dri ver ad tees em reallue thatthe ma was aM s his.a reallae ttthe r ana was MInd hi PRINCE OF WALES A SMOKER tnglish Rulere Allow the Heir Three Cigarettse a Day Sines His See emssaeth s ,rthy. ladon. - aee his sevestsssth birthday it has Jast beosme knows, the Prime ef Wales has been permitted to enjoy ua oes sdosal ularetta LU the aig at Spaal. he bows a prIefere. fr the Seualse Sp Bash elgit.s, whleh are very smal and made o eboehl H~eas tobaeeo Th are oact gPmmed. bet are held together byr a desterous to. ward fold r thb paper. The kas and quees did act wish theidr edest se to smoe ustil his sveestesetbh brthday. ane as that date he reeved ar s.fts represeatlsn the smoker's sman luaries. If we r speas t trly he ams Rgise does eet show arest estuelasm as a smoker, and is quite atsed with the thre cigarette a day whib are s0oo0,00 CINCHED FY BABY Arrival t lIatest Ssres ig Ietam f*r Peeuyiealea, Nephew ao Permer Ceoresmea.. keraato, Ps.-When the sterk dropped late tows the other albt rs his usem ros s he c ald the home or tharkes 3. Omsarne, asphew at for mar Congres mas Wulam cammod, sad mow ScrNato Is bast a beret. the gift at the rd fsther. IUaer the wil a the baby's igra father, it was provle that if it & ther ues withet h.as thse s wes to go to the ebira t the frmer eoagresmaa and assmoeh as Mr. sad Mrs1 Onmeb had he.s maisled eight years without baving their esun blesed by chld a. t bem s leek verr mobe as i t behest at tl w. woeu stand. The arrival at the baby. howeer. semts this preeslies d the wiD and th UMM1 we anw sw meoe h the ether bemeb at t eM i 4r. as pre.w ts baswm hiss smag by etl late se gnm ume fir 1k senv Tam to the e1 m the o ss ent hme of I who a ael $18 a .harws emu to dbe al paprs Ia - ma -" s s . f m k ( ( - UN TO BOEMWY AIR CRAFT ITHIN aeet trie emU h de., .. edrear a b aleLshilp of t e Ushe" Stmate .M be eutlpped wth e.. of the aew FoeletaOs gams Idetar ab .- Tbi mMbI. weee a wa vetltel rmage at three ile. nad e bae .erm 1 to N oht be er miut. The aeightl arnmagememtm a mse that the eteet stamed at M be kept aeeredN b l as It Ie a to reoag. The adetgdama the gam v b the aUtherltie t great pealtie that the et. te tove emutae of the maireplme have beea futa reegaletd. hle had strek hiMm. The victim was day. sme mtai elistas ane by far the greatest mes to the pedestrian. The macMlae is mall. mc" lighter thua as satemeia d capable at dartlas Into sad thbag a crowd with almost the warias at a teaLt What chase has the mas eas too.t with a reckless daredevil driver ikel te cross his path at aw mo.int T Chiago. I a. evinced, Isto today in great seed o rdlasaess which wil serve msare at feotively to Protest Its pedesta. s A motorycle speed law Is seeded which will a e the ai aof the careless driver " alotted to hli mantl eI reachl his eilhteeath lhrtahda. Th, amsth at Praice H.ary Ecotitue to mas aeasty. The expealmot d asdlug him to .hoal at Broadstatre has resulted to a povu lm.o t. but the Sain to tr.eagth I. hardly rapid eaouh to mstir the roeal phniialus2 It o od howeer, that a Quick ehaoge for the better will come due tg hi hoiday oourn to the High had.. Prlace .ear.r leok ot vigor I. the more serios becase he is growing too w aut fr his agl NHe l the tal eat ao the M . asem. aid he has the uskiug a heandome lod. is oatisned wmknse doe noet sam to eo st the prince. lively dlspoaltilo, wha has eiarned tor hIm the L a il aickname or "Dlehoai." He to the hemorist no the ryal achldrer. and him easmeitles of manner and speech are the deliaght at all wh know him I MACHINE TO CURE DULLNESS I - .l bAe.e Seaea DeIres. Charging at eheesream WthO Pwelul Cee "fht WaN 8timrlase PpNtt Calabride. Ma-Dr. aidrew . Cbiablaa a Bast. phrala. belewes that bI ockwarsr or elbly aseboo bflres were made to study and re hee thdr thames to a reem where the atmhepher was .darmed with lees -rleat. he ehiliree maid ie re *. both mentally sead physeay. sad dely" Dr. Chelam sam:sp: "Th plain IaIt is that the eerwtrt. eat of a seem ereates what to haue as eese sad the breathing er feot, at whteh e reas.ow are well .ewa to masedal ma -Net -l t a th. ase at shbeat ehIdreas but als to aslstes to the edesae of adults employed to aS eam. I thik it woeld he of great ad 'wati the air or the reams wre aubjated to a hh trequeq eurvest ate d or a "di Ohsat Dar. CD hsatl n spe: I have sselds that a peal tals hotter l a ream where the ar es bhas etabted thas he darn to a ram wab ems. air. beaseer weE the s mew be vea tlaej. he ream that a high4r maa war retm I a Neam breoos up tWe some aof age to the air sad arssa emse 7he caw e-rl bes the red hedw mshmes maL theO barsen -me samsas mid mere codes ge to he use a Whe sus. to nan g teas or as lWa e -ms *a A se n a or * ha HEWS BI6 TREE AT TRINITY Pnielng of Ladmark In Pew Gee pete of New York City-Over Three HMured Years Old. New YorkL--By paseresby Ito tow or Broadway have peaed s the lat few days bekfre e of th few -re. spots I- the bunl.es seora.t to ua tio the podUas of as eM lIdmarkt This Io a tall tfe to Trim. ty ohteb. yard. am the south side. very sear Plne street. This tree. whiMb Is redited wit having pased It. three hudredth birthday. recently died ad Thomas loyd. the veerhible head murser of an Trlialty's rave .aes. who has served iL that epe.lty more than thirty yearn dree It mret eome dows. Mr. Flod hired a salor, who has trimme d et al but the trusk adi th arms tof h meai branehes e.as yet the tree r s te 11th sorb y of the Trialty buldian and slmot teomehs Its windows. Ths Is the only tree In Trlnty ohurob yard whi has bhees oet dows for more than a year. Mistak e a fir Whip. H.anford. COas.-G ese - Da. " .-rm hbad UvI h to W· ss. s.e had a hot time the other day and be iAln ed dead away bem fnpht Daip pied up what he theaght was the up of a hsem whip in the neans bsisde the read, ealy to dad that the aher wh was af.e. It preyed to be a h ana. It owe.m aroes Da edysm - and pehed in head in eadys aet hai land at hm Deady lot eat a yell that eled be beard an ever WUleawU e and re si Henry Pearl and hapleud him to pee the mebse e his are Pearl roesde to sseddl sayig he was nemaine baermer. whrwupea Deady hinaed Lin the neal Pearl says the nake the. nasledm and wriUles a ito the beahes. It was sheet Ove hest leas. trm mms hAmeeaae at astritis. r eoMlns Ke ada am atmesophere that i. elsitlrIa wA have a aaeti laa. las semet" It was with tbh. bhaewtr that . critMa sst ahet mahlIea a maehl wh.leb mM elstrf the ab Ir a rsams thmeagM. ad m lbdeM.. .e ask at ib espormb ate is a enMa.at whobh mtnaso the hemsaasela - meats at a Mbhgregmescv el-etr.e ep. Y as immp as a wsemse tsha The hMlnw asese sml harbes the vewum ts. ab li is beeLed I. a hss sir a+mber. m ar mp rair p wair its. the . Thambsr an the air, after tsreL- la sheet the s thei - n .a~ tubes IreSvil Ar the ps rgmea The m"eag is the ail is behas up as _ emiesas abthe the ehrs asem. tubes ao the air pned als Iate ti aeem Is u oa somms emr Ped, ato Lems, SMamae . ma .-- · t atd htlgs athew betr its. the w pMeet at Jsah asw. a bmer, as he was .lhl IA O bltbee -at aes bIes thne tiLt s -ee- as heas via the ame pe sat mas a tasted to baestiw p peebess t the pesas these atm as bes mem bp wm*e s a M-l blas thak I ta - was be bels 0. MN Mm as sadm t he astem ert te Lear. " sim a mb at Swr slt MON" a bass ahoe"e beek as e araMte e atm at es m4 aer m dat the a wa sa a ml t! fas atOWL Try a patch oe lalfa. Geatleness payr beot with the ert e bors. There is a great deal ot humanity is al. greasen. The pig and ligbt porkers sheul Do to market early. The bear should be well ted but set allowed to oet too fat A draft orn shold have a large hebet and equae uhouder Soils desttaute of humas and n ltr an are Impotet to produce clover. Hog should have clean pastures, bees and water. ad a variety at food. Old ewes and poor breeders should be tattened now, sad sent to the buteher. Always nad with any variety at bees rariety toI o eesn b.. the best Perk preduestl appeals stregy to a maa at fiated .m.a. who deaus quir retn. The bey beetea ges bear toh mltk aset at the moment It dgaw from the ew. If too any h tablte eo.g re fed to the bene In eseumeat tsk out far eouthetld ehg.. kell to private eaemers and deMv area esrtala day. Never al to be there at the appointed tim Many a buach at pr. bg feeders p to the esenty en rreturr with to Meatlens at being hea starved. The fairs give a gLoed eportnuaty to emparse breeds, and fwrsmera e hai wue t eprutr a INt Igently. The palit at beeping the -e eans hb been proves n be a, nvs toM eesd as well as as Iere1ase I a mk. It requires twethtrds at a full ma lMe to heep a eew ln fair eandtlane belhe there Is anr milk prdedna . On every fem, where sail end all. mesale endltlaus are faerabls ers should be wws far fodder parpaee Loate visas at bitteseweet and fruiting grapes, that you wt to -er from the weds tohat pereb er artr eat spring. Work haws afbsMe be af we4 M ara oet Ia the pastarem at abhts is ae vsatb st ab t aris r swore em1 m.at at mu. IThe mam who eslel that be is bigmr tha hi ob s guarally alatak .. 1 bo was he weou quiealy t aMfat would It hIm. Ho- gemleI mil is am im tresed i se. meamer aIs m dirat the tat Mob. lmis a that tIha wI aft mho l the kerm at 5rmam. T'he ,lmas hebm wm her seater will slait oe a .ek that wim lste meek more west iam ear thao ar watr or weakly mrsea. ~UlrO Altafen a us pleat. ad a le lag at N baebsis of sheeteb eduter Obelis aO bF N l of aleabs s t II to the sm .ibs. h e gire. A ale way or adl.g atw t* weB, a* o Seah sow Is by boogl g a er resorl a the quality a milk Shes by aeek, med testlg t st latganl. Hllamas was hatemed by sate i ereaste sad eeaerve the etWs fy at the seLl for the predeutis of Oh as ssitlss tsa ms rm e m raom at oseag rValue shlae smanras Sfavrably with other ers^el eltag he win vary with the bad at sag"* ad the ara ratios wth whiji it f the a sw e4 a t the att.eg Mte tr sheald have tahnyap w eat ap elas. but growl"g mlesl sheel. ha. Lat smoegh to bsg Ihim Ia a thrifty growlag esmadls. It yer aw has obtresms hst., is mry e7aslS about asessl ag , s. sreb, w s r quills Nsthmbp at the kad shbee e belasets a eaw' ast, esegl ag asa lest rsinrt; wa tham oly with the most ema safe *dea that aee heav maiy sir s wie at a ed r s1meo amese its -a g year. whee umns w n he meL Tsch the colt to draw a Abuot te weesl afar A bors sarlag fram eb. be kept quiet p h Keep sows over that haLv to le good breeders seep the ewes Ia the olsaie fi fedl for a day or two. The boar should be of gol tpe I1 character and of pure blood. To maintain normal soll fertlhO t mapply of humus must be .oeserse. Blood-meta is better for duosh the mes t scraps.. and it works ate a ga B Perlistency t milk flow Is e1 of the qualities which makes a pleslba dairy cow. The country fairs are aasonuaeao Ip aure not miss them, especall the home one. Poultry cannot be successtWi amised without the applicatioo of broil sad muscle.s Be careful about feeding horses gIe ollaed to henvo., too much hat, ep hay that is dusty. A fowl that will not fatten whMI heavily fed on corn is not into ga physical rondition )ztra feed Increases the growth at a proper kind and makes larger eab mal at maturity. It when the hos are grow.pg .it their blhd legs become weak, feel 0 hoIle boe meal daily. htp the churn as soon as the b ter granulates if you want to west eut al the better milk. ha has become of the elddei tImed b rmer who used to keep a Mw g lo he catch his ogs? Culig the pullets may seem a smll etter to many, but it adds doi oet a the year's prats. A hell tied iLs the stalll willget end meodese besdaed maki"g eOX" werk I s care ad feed. Use year hkim mllk. lle pamnds of .shm milk haoe been toad equal a e ponde of ream for pigs. A ew of bags of all colers and ales tbiges s mesh agsm a a dree of the same bree, eatr ea els To ebtal a mesmasimm 1ppl of miolk, m assese sag- ho-s chiagsa o feed. shouM e preeiMed. if a mll haichag bhome is oais sed, ae peultry keper ever lIhes t aD without its coavealemee afterwas. Ae a nale a larle How an mlk tM aeete with a low per eat. d ha. wite a mait Now shows a MgL a oheop are eonmet loveas ead as who mas.lwct t pInde them with sed. dry a.Weter makes a ese errs' GOerilsa the als makes it mn g=le1 s the more dIlo ble Mi had s. m .re man fam a almes a to sat a eommes a gll.t at a at ste.ak parre s o ao a tsue ra _- nhutes tub nae em as s ms is -l brese at swheat i rM , ead a lloe ama we _isde est s a grpa sOmtes that c e.p the hamu. gre.owig msad na as dest by witer. T her should e mN bIldes, lea" aob places la mlUI vessels. Th .ah shelel be sed era l o -"t, -she. dsad seL d 'llt. br, Iae the buttermealmg quatis , f ite - w. wil determine the "hef wae at the sead at the yer. e salves la hot weather willI betr if ept duara the day h 1 -k asS stableM, but the stable as e elaml oet nd well vesutl eta aesept in amusual ease at uagh week is teams should csems wvest h m e n asol ad before the de mimemt ba l es temperature at eesse ' A mlxture of barley. emmregagg wvh bra sa d roots wll pet .e . srses . with this, a sae.se a smar quatity at bary should he p I tarn Is takes to keep the a , NaM at the magps level, twe sal agp aeites to keep the eflage buam Mag eo Elst the silo e.tra seed be osee aresad the 0se0 vhea . ai llase is osttlsg It S the eies ato the silte. re. James IL Slee, he bs - m searse for tamreu r la Y an aeaelnst grie posa the p* em met a gherd m hl eId the adt S ese f eir