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THE AKIZONA IlEI UBLICAN, THURSDAY MOILING, MEPTEMBElt 6, 1900 4 i: V. I t ti Si f: S. U ft i, ti (! U H i if f I I P 0 i 8 '4 U I SUKE WOBffi THE HORSE AdvrtiTr.nt Running Laaa Than Om Per Sale AUCTION'. SATURDAY, at the Ham mond Auction House. 23 South First Ave., commencing at 1:30 p. m., we will sell sanitary couch, cabinet rose wood folding bed, iron bed, springs, mattress, dining table. sideboard, chairs, parlor table, wicker rocker, Xo. 8 and No. 7 cook stoves, easel, cooking utensils, dishes, refi iterators, sewing machine, cots, buggy, horses, poultry, ladies' and gents' bicycles, shotgun, etc. Send in all- you wish sold. Tel. Red 411. Hammond, auc t ioneer. AUCTION". will sell a Third Ave MONDAY John Hilgenj his residence. SOS South 1 the entire contents of a 5-roomed cottage, i 1:30, conducted by tioneer. ale to commence Hammond, auc- FOR SALE Two A No. 1 milch cows; 1 excellent saddle horse; some good household furniture used by healthy people only. 12SS E. Van Euren, op posite Ashland place. REAL ESTATE For very ix-st bat -gains in ranches, houses, lots, acre tracts, mines, see Gates M. Fowler, with E. J. Rennitt, 15 N. Center St., Phoenix. FOR SALE Rhode Island Red chiek ens, cheap. Must be sold, going east; also furnished tent. M. A. Freeman. Soltsdale. Ariz. GOOD TOP TiUGG YforsaTe7"$23i n iuire at Ambrose corral. Ki R SALE 40 acres alfalla, Maricopa watei ; separate ditch; good young orchard. 3 miles west and north of Fair grounds. Quick possession to buyer. W. L. Lockwood. R. D. Z: FOR SALE A good 5-year-old work horse; single or double. Apjily one mile and one-half mile east of East lake park. J. W. Williams. FOR SALE Gentle saddle mare and light spring wagon. 718 W. Taylor. Vol t SALT7 Surrcv and harness and 3'i Bain farm wagon. Apply Z'12 North Ninth Ave. i'( lit SALE Gentle horse cheap; rides and di Ives. !in West Sherman St. I FOIL SALK Iarge mare, 7 See animal at Star corral. years old. FOR SALK 10 acre fruit and chicken ranch, well improved alfalfa . and wheat, also modern cottage, located j north and northwest of city. five Anil three blocks from street cars. A ! snap for cash if taken ibis month. Ow ner, this office. FOR SALK One good llug team, heavy wagon and harness cheap or will vrade for good horse. S. S. skul1J?.-'L NJLIliriitt?t: FOR SALK 10 acres, well Improved easy terms. H. L. Sanderson, owner. Phoenix. FOR SALIC Mines, mining claims, im proved land, raw land, houses and lotfl. F. L. Eddy. Glendale. Sub. 18. FOR SALE Dr. Stroud's residence, j North Central Ave., five blocks from Hotel Adams; furnished complete, piano, etc.; 100 feet frontage; cement walks; nine rooms and bath; barn; one block from two car ,ines. Leav ing Phoenix to reside in Los An geles. Address Mrs. A. M. Stroud, 61 T North Center St. DLI-TlPA PERS for Hale at this office. FREIGHT WAGONS for sale. For particulars apply to Wolf Sachs, Mesa. FOR SALE Distillled ning Delivery. water. Llght- Cor Bant l ull RENT one rooms, cheap, barn. 132S West or two unfurnished Nice shade, good Polk. Fl'RNISHKD rooms. comfortable; rates reasonable. Union Hotel, 618 West Washington. NICELY furnished 100ms for light housekeeping; bath, phone, electric lights; no sick. Apply 506 E. Adams. FARM FOR" RENT R. F. Gauictt. FOR RENT 135 "acres, water in S. Ii. V. and Appi opriators canals; house, ami half in alfalfa: mien October 1st, lili) acres grain land; same water; will pay for water. Inquire of L. Fowler, Porter building. NICE housekeeping looms, electric lights, gas for cooking; shade; pri- vate entrance: use of bath: hot and cold water. 317 North Fifth Ave. THREE furnished housekeeping rooms, bath, on car line; no sick, North Sixth St. FOR RENT Half of furnished house; hath and screen sleeping room, also single rooms: close in; large lawn find shade. 52!) West Adams St. PRIVATE BOARD -Fur nisned rooms, nice shade, terms reasonable. 1HS E. Van Huron. FOR RENT A brick house. 725 West Jackson st. Call Hu;-ua Barbecue. HN Bickmorc's Gall Cure will curt collar or saddle galls on the horse while he Is being worked; chafes, bruises, cuts, mud scalds, scratches, grease heel, rope burn, or any minor sore or wound upon horses or cattle. Gives immediate re lief and a quick cure for cracked, sore teats in cows, and for mange in dogs. Prices, 25c and 50c per box. PRATT Manth Muit ba Paid in Advanoa. FO RENT Furnished six-room house, electric lights, toilet and bath room, telephone, hot and cold water sys tem. Splendid shade and lawn, at 801 North First Street. See Stauffer, at Republican office. FOR RENT Furnished houses and,' rooms for house keeping. 42S South i Center street. FOR SALE Eleven acres of land on Tempe road, plenty of water. one Holstein bi'll. two years old. Inquire L. M. Hogho. FOR RENT 'Ye have for rent 320 acres of cultivated land under the Salt River Valley canal with ample water to irrigate grain and alfalfa. There is already forty acres in a good stand of alfalfa. The whole ranch is fenced and cross-fenced and is surrounded by good range, locat- ; - ed on a main road into Phoenix and a telephone line. This ranch can r rented for- rm or tvo ,-er,r v;l grain, alfalfa and beet sugar land. There is a large amount of pasture on the place now. This is a grand opportunity. See K. J. IJennitt, 10 N'orth Center St.. Phoenix. KUUXLSHKH HltK'K CoTTAGK Call C16 North Fifth street. IFOR KENT Furnished tent. South Center. w X. T'r e j jH t jTr i : n t t TTo for cash. 1 L. Davis, Box 201, nix. acres r hoe- HelD Wanted WOMAN C(K. for about fiflten per I sons, at a Rest Camp, near Phoenix: j must he well; only first class cook with good character considered; no j objection to child old enough to help wait o:) table- ( school nearby), nor to companion here tor air, if not v( ry sick. Manager will tall and go into details. State pay wanted. a.-d s:ddres today, Ma.n-.rer, c;n Republican f! ice. WANTED My September IT. woman for general housework: convenient ranch St. home. Apply 7'l North Fi:st FIRST t'hA.-S Cook Tlin-..- in "ami ly. Steady place. R,i salary. C.( nt room and 8 Monihon bc.ili n '.'l0!' GOOD cook WANTF.D View ranch. See Todd. for Bonny R'lub!ican office. 3 p. m. today. F:77"orv7. c vT" i viT7 .c''."r s(;'"1 i lood. Re- I Bonny View ranch. St publican office. 3 ;i. n:. today. W A N T iJDVdriv t 'ryhny at TrTlTor lets. WANTED A first-class coat maker. F.berle, the Tailor, 37 W. Adams St. WANTED By a young lady of x perience. a posit 'ni. as teacher in nrivate family. Address c. A. C, i I n 1 oil II. e. WANTED At Troy Laundiv. mangle girls. WANTED .t once, girl in millinery department, at Stein's. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 4iS North Second St. German preferred. - WANTED An experienced girl for i gener ii housework : permanent posi- I t ion. Apply Ely. City. bv letter. Mrs. Sims j WANTED -Good cook, either man or ; stout woman, asylum. Apply Superintendent WANTED Installment collector for merchandise accounts; good salary and expenses. Address Globe Com pany, 723 Chestnut St.. Phila.. Fa. WANTED Milker, at Highland Farm Dairy. Apply end of North Fourth Ave. WANTED Good man for ranch work; steady job to right party. Address Clayson. Box O. Phoenix. ' MEN to learn barber trade; wages while learning; good situations wait ing our graduates. Moler System College. Los Angeles. Situations VantccS SIT CATION WA NT KD F.xp riem-.-d lady cashier, can do simple book keeping and operale typewriter. Best city references. Address P. O. B". WANTED Place excellent cook. in private family: "l!l East .Jefferson. Miscall an ecu a Wants TAKEN f:om W. J. Doiris' store, a lady's wheel, "Telmo," with skirt guard and Christy saddle. Reward for return to Dorris" store. WANTED A 4 or 5 room furnished cottage; modern: no children. Ail jlress H. W. T.. Ihis ollice. PICTURE Frames mao- to order, all si.ea and kinds at Balke's Big Curio Stoic. - GILBERT CO. WANTED I want to figure with you on drilling your wells and installing your pumping plants large or small. I N. E. CARPENTER, with j PR ATT-GILBERT CO. ! FREE A FOUNTAIN" I'K.V. penhold er; also jdass filler, to any one who buys at only 21c our receipt for making a cheap and durable paint without It-aJ or oil. any color. In gredients can be purchased any place. Particulars fire. Henry 15. Antheny. San Diego. "alifornl a. I KPAMSH EESSONS very reasonable. j given by a lady instructor from the ' City of Mexico. Call at li North Fourth street. SToCK ci ).mpanj::s i.s'coia'nu- ATED If you have stocks and bonds for sale, let me try to sell them for you. Ceorgo M. Kellogg. Proktr. j40 EHicott Square. Buffalo. MRS. KL1ZA A. EDWAUDS experi enced cap1 reader, tells past, present a-id future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. b) cents, zza tiuchanan St.. corner WANTED Horses to pasture. Smooth wire fence and well water. Good shade. One mile west Alhambra brick yard. J. P. Graham, R. F. 1. 3. SL'PERFLiroUS HAIR REMOVED By Electrosine. Positively guaran teed to remove the strongest growth of hair in ten minutes without harm or pain to the most delicate skin. Electrosine cleanses the pores and beautifies the skin. Mailed to any address upon receipt of SI. Address Bertha Smith, lis'j East t'o St., New York City, WANTED To buy modern brick cot tage, well located on north side; must be a bargain, care Republican. Add res:; Box 11, J. L. GANT, roaltr agent. Valley I resident twenty -two years. Inquiries solicited. Last and Pound I.oS'I" Brown bug: j lap rob-. .-1 r: ( 1 rug. i yon road. heave .' cushion, whip, i Vd Bho k Ori Ri:iar(i's Livey ! stable. ' STRAYi-:D Sorrel marc, ! j hind feet, blind in o:.e eyi w;nt Reiva, . J i'J7 Xorth Seventh street, j Red :;4. ; LOST L-Ki.es t'-at'f r h.iin! I contai:i'ng reefipts and some change. i'iease icturn to .1. I win. 1 1 N. First Ave. 1 e atcliel .-mall L. Ir- FOR RENT. We have for rent 320 acres of culti vated land under the Salt "River Val- ; lev canal with jihitiIo water to irrigate grain and alfalfa. There is already 1 f....... j.. ..,,,-.,1 S:.nd nf Mlfalfzi.l The whole ranch is fenced and cross- fenced, and is surrounded by a good range. Located on a main toad into Phoenix and a telephone line. This ' I ranch , years. can lie rented for one or two Fine grain, alfalfa and beet j sugar land. There is a large amount j of pasture now. This is a grand op- I portunity. See E. J. Bennitt, lfi North Center street, Phoenix. or daie T . ,. . . , , Lot on Last Adams St., close in a vmets for J275.' lljt ,,n East Washington St.. close easy payments; for $;'.oo. I 4 lots on West Adams St one block payments; from city library; easy $ll!it. Best soil in the city for grow ing trees and shrubbery, flowers, etc. 4 -room brick cottage, with bath, for SS50; $100 down and $10 per month. a-room brick cottage, lawn and good shade, stable, etc., for $1C?0; $100 down and $10 per month. j 9 -room two-story brick house with j bath, newly painted, and in good con- 1 dition, Jls.'O; easy payments; $100 down and JiiG per month. Furnished and unfurnished houses and rooms in all parts of the city. For information concerning same, ring us up or call at our ollice anil we will be pleased to show you anything we have on our list. PECKA BROTHERS Phone Red 901. S1? W. Washmoton St Phoenix. Aril. Save Trouble. Save Time. Save Money. Save the Cook. Ring the Bell. City Wood and Coal Co. Phone M,tin 24. Madison dnJ 3rd $U. For lent We Never Sleep 1 FOR SALE Four 10-acre and two 20 -acre tracts, close in, at a bargain. All of the above in the highest state of cultivation, with unexcelled irrigation wa ter privileges. FOR SALE Fine 80-acre ranch, within 15 minute drive of Phoenix; must be sold at once. Investigate. FOR SALE 60-acre ranch, near town, for only $3800. If you have property for sale, and want to sell it, better list it with us. If you want to buy property, it will pay you to see us. ! i: fl. I. Latham & Co REAL ESTATE Fire, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance and Surety Bonds. MONEY TO LOAN 44 North Cccter Strtat. 'Paona Main 220. iWI,i.ii,i ,...,.... r4 mm timm ii Yinl isT afci -ilii-giT iTrti'm i mama iu ir"1 I ft7S ! I ft-' 9 Navajo Indian RUGS Mexican BLANKETS at THE CURIO BACK OF COURT HOUSE. Cor. Second Ave. and Jefferson St. Just southwest of the Court House. so Contractors and Plasterers The Chamberlain Lumber Co. are sole agents at this place far the celebrated tho Puntenny Lime Manufactured by the Puntenny Lime Kilns Co. TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. E33S for setting, from seven leading varieties. All stand ard bred. Write for prices on stock. CALLA DALE POULTRY FARM C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Ariz. I TOM PING & CO. RESTAURANT Everything New ar.d Clean. The Best Meal Served in Tempe, MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. South Side BARGAINS $22.-0 buys 20 good house and us an offer. acres all alfalfa; well located. Make $1200 buys 40 acres close In, well fenced; good house and an extra good buy. , hlonoy to Loan in amounts to suit on improved ranch property. Apply P0MER0Y & KELLY, Real Estate and Loan Agents MESA CITY, ARIZ. - s SOUTfi SIDE NEWS TEMPE FranH W. Griffea - Poraerc Bros. MESA t 3E TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. Nazareth waist insures health and child who wears it. t is made of a cJ "iB. Kiiitieo nun!: v.nen a enna persn.:es irom Mi its romping this fabric takes up the H ! thus wards off colds and chills. The- f tapes is such that tne weight of the skirts is borne on the shouiders, giving the young ster freedom and ease. Buttons and garment will stand the terrors of the tub and come out as good as they went in a matter of vast importance Sizes 1 to 1 2 vears. Price cents. CITY OF TEMPE GEACH (IX GEACH SOUVENIR LETTERS Just received a nice assortment of ;ht v-lews. The latest thii:g out. LAIRD & DINES, HA Do not forget but come to Harmer's Drug Store for yocr School Books and supplies, where you got treated right. Next door to post office. Everybody welcome. Marnier, tHe Druggist F. S. Don't forget to leave your watches and Jewelry here for repairs. The Tempe Furniture Store 1 PftlCE WICKLIFFE - - PROP. Just received a new line of Rugs Will trade you new Furniture for Tempe, 15 We have just received a largs shipfnent of the famous Kantwearout Clothing for boys. This is the kind that wears. Every suit guaranteed, and prices right. New York Cash Store, Tempe f P. i i Tempe' We Have H a big line of Boys Suits, just the kind for your boys to wear to school, in all conns, patterns and prices. We have them from J1..MI up. Also a big line or Boys and Girls Scho Shoes. We have also received a very pretty line of Ginghams for girls' dresses. Come in and see us before you purchase your school Children's wardrobes. !f. LUK Phone M 284. TEMPE j PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. ! In honor of the departure this eve j 1 1 i iig of Miss Jean Standage. Miss P.er j tha Stewart and Mr. Roilin Jones, to I P'ma. Aiizona. wh.eie they will teach j the coming term, they were pi as.uu j ly surprised lasL evening at the home 'of Miss "Standage. by class mates and friends. (lames were played and I light 1 1. freshmen! s were served and j those picscni spent a nest enjoyable j cv.-uing. Misses St. u:. lace and Stew ' ;:rt and Mr. Jones are all graduates of ! last year's das at the r.ormal and all jihrce will tvach at the same- school in j Pima. A NEW SHOW CASE. j The firm f (o-achci Ciea'.h have r " j coived another new show case, arid one I of the best and most a'tractivo that i t hev have yet iust;. d in in--ir store. 1 It is a notion case and has in it fifty j 11t.av.ers ot graduate! si:.es so arranged that what Ha y out. tin shows up will. It is fcemeU'hiv; new in Ten.'pe H si p jj . I I j ; I : !' I I M 1 l ' ! I U 1 1 1 U w i I jy comfort to soft, yield- moisture and ft arranaement ? trousers or t- Souvenir Letters of Tempe. Contains Tempe and Purtieies, Cut Glass and Dishes. old. Arizona. 19 J j s Finest." Received y 28 East Fifth St. l Competition died when these prices were born. Great Shirt Bargains AH our $1.25 and $1.50 shirts, and we carry only the best makes, will be sold for the balance of this week at $1.25, and in addition we will give you your choice of ties to match. It's an opportunity you can't afford to overlook. TtKT "-t-v w " s-i -tr- nv -v fn Tempe "Leaders In Quality." and is pi-o"'if that the firm believes in getting not only the newest and latest things in fixtures but at the same lime the best that is to be had. The case is from Quiiic;, . ills. A BOX SOCIAL. will be a box social at the a hoo house torior:oT eve vhich all friends of ti.e si-hooi There Redden 1'ipg. to I a re i n vi t ed Entertainment will he a pleasant evening is as- pro ided. :: suicd to all who : ttcn d. PROF. AVER HOME. I'rof. I". ". A"er. science membei ! the faculty of th.- Xor:na! school, turned yesterday afternoon from 'extended eastern visit. Pait of re an tile Pale? Thin? you of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It does great things for children. It gives th;m a pood arretite. improves their dicestion. builds ud their general bel:h. Ask vour doctof if he endorses this. summer was spent at his home i Iowa, and the last place he visited Chicago, where be has a fcrother He leaves for Florence today ar.,1 . l return in time for the opening of tcto-ji on Monday. A HORSE DEALER HERE. Sam King, of King Bros.. Hutch: r son. Kan., horse dealers, la here 1hk Ing over the prospects In the va'.ley f it hanuiing tiorses here again. It wii; te remeibered that several years i; King Pros, kepi about threr? hur.Jrl i.eati of Ii.ji ses here during the wirui-r. breaking and gentling thn. aid later on they were shipped to ths r-Aslerzi iparkets. BACK FROM DOUGLAS. ' Laura Schmidt returned TP:r- i Mis: uay lias tv.oriiiiig from Doug'.a. where been f -r the past few weeks Visit her broth.-:- Henrv. She h-id a frv hu t'l-asant vaeation. and !ikst DnusU.. Heiiry. at present during th- absei.c of Willis Cran.l-".-, is Jeauiiiif t-j lJouglns band. I have i '-t ui ti-,i to Tfm and w-:i at once solicit orders for Wit. oj-.a hor and un.leiwe.ir in Te!.i- a::l M-a. Mrs. Van Xn:ii PERSONAL MENTION. Murray Cut now .-f It. i viaiti.-r his parents h' re for a few day. Mis. And:.- an.i daughter. H-ima. win have been spendi: g the summer in Present:, it turned yesi.-rday. The a !;'!.-r wa lk-r family, whn .ave been in th- northern part f thv t.-r- jtito-v f ..r NO!)!-- ut-vks. haw n-tunirj j M:s. Iy Uurleson of MoCabe i tr for a short :--it with h-r i-aieits. M .-. and Mrs. lbniy Sohsh.uet.. Cliff or.i Joi.i:.-l..:i b-aves t-.day fir Cave I'reeH. to Idkr i iurji- C - school there for- th- -':ii'.ix -a' Frank l"oga has f I.-..,: St i :..-.- to Iti ii.g home h.s fa-mtiy. w :, !.je been spei!Ji:g th su:i; lit -- t he ... C. J. Hack if San Krai: i. register., at ti Ca-a L-eii.t t-t -:. MNs Moiiie Ca;!i:itii:s has r-t ,...! fiom California, where li flvs summer. Mrs. S. J. F.k her.berp.-r a: d i. li gh ter, who have been vi-iriijj f.c;. fornia. retttrned yete:.lay la.e-t.m lover the Santa Fe. Miss Laura Dobbs. Normal 1 sl-r.i: i.i: . came over from Ple-ei ix -!. r,i o morning. F:ank Dykes. wi. !ia t-.-n la C.i!.. fornia. taking in various jiMs ..f In terest for t!;e lasi iuo:tlh. re ; '.:n tii e . terday. He is princij ji v.f ttie I schools. Fred Hunt, who for some ti:ne j .-! I has been bookkeeper for B. A. l'.ick.-d. I has accepted a p.si:tim in Calif rrt. and will not return to T-:tip-- 1 Orrin L. Standage. h's m.tlr a -! brother, returned yesterday fMiii i'.i . -fornia. where they lia b-T--i f -r past nuinth. The Alma sch-d. of which tie has charge, wi'.l open M.nt.i.iy morning. MESA M. C. Piuli has finish..,! h- his beets. All mcmheis of ti. are teouested to i I. the t.a'l i Saturdav nigl.t. Dr. J. E. Dr.me l.a beii j the weather for o;:.e wt-ik . Cll.irlev Hii! a-,.l t' r.- p.t. sons came down from R -.- night and went out to (jue- n C day. They are lo-tkiag up s for location. Wiley Simpkin's 14"' .ii:i. hot ses d ed yt su rday fren Dan Kleiimian la--t night t i.t-t I two thoroughbred holsleir D. ieo:ge. N'iishIi-s. The v s w f. give seven and a half s,i;i-:i f . at each milking-. I Mrs. Barbara Lane has le :i - 1. ing a month v iih Mrs. Nitv.e i:n.!. i dage, but goe- today to si- -.. a ; month with Mrs. Susannah. Vii'..t:-is I who lives north of trie mr! tei tin I Jess Hiil plac--. Mr. Wil!i.in:s a - -i j doing goerniiient wick l"r a !i ; da vs. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcrip f ti rec ords of the ortiees of tlse district cleric, the probate court anil the county re corder are furnished by the AfU":u Abstract & Title company. The tecords for yesterday were: J. S. Lta to in-rlh half section 32, t to Geo. E. W.eid. o. of the i i!iheat U.irt xnsh'p 1 sm"fi. i.iti-.- i cast. J. J. Standasre atld !:' to S"i-h-roiiia A. Stewart. il-nl to t!i- t quarter of the southeast !U.r;-r s- -tion 2'. township 1 north. rais- i east. o DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local upnlications, as they canaot reach the ois-eased portion cf th er. There is only one way to cure !?. t re-- and that is by constitutional ret-ie--Irafness is caused by an ml'ame i -dition of the nun mis .inn :; tf t 'ie "rc: taehian Ti'be. Viien I li is tid is I i flamed you have a. rum' lt:.g sound c i.-u-jK-rfcct heart nc. an when it i ennriv close."!, brHt'm ss is the resuP. :.! vinl- the I'iflammatioii can Je lkn oat r. I tliis tulie restored to its norniril oon-i.t ;t. hearing will he destroyed torevr; no cases out of ten are caused Ov Outarr-v which is nothinir but an inflamed ci-n :t tion of the mucous surfaces We will give one Himdr.nl Dollars 1 any case of feafness (caused by -tarrt that cannot le cured by Hall'a Cutirr.i Cure. Send for circulars free. K. J. CUKNEV t CO.. Toledo. O. Sold bv P-rugsrists, 7Zc. Take ilall's Family nils for constipa tion. Here you are, a half pound box of Donofrio's Crystallized Cactu Candy delivered to your door far 35 cents. Donofrio C. C. Co, Phoenix. It is one sign that a w. temper when her husband a seat an wlie:e in the hot doesn't discover- thai he is nan ! cant ta !;-e the si. 1 r.-; P. AT- where si:-- wants o - Globe. There ouj:!.t t b- some :;.:' restraining people who li.i.Uo i'i to avoid getting what is C:tu them. Chicago News. How is it wtta tbe children these days? Have they plenty of grit, courage, strength ? Or are they thin, pale, delicate ? This reminds C. ifwt s, I aw' ' , .