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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919.
J0URN.IL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE EEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COuWIY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
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Bead your advertisement the first day
it appear and notify 01 immediately if
aiiniaaa charge, 15e.
GIG fir wood for sale. Phone tUW. tf
t)R KENT 3 room cottage at New
port, Or. Phone 1547W. 63
JjOST ' Red woolen acarf. Beturn 307
N. Liberty St. 6 3
CALVBS I want 3 or 4 day-old calves
C. C. Russell, phone 313. tf
WANTED All kinds of shiekena. Will
pay top price. Phone 133W. tf
W. BEAVKR well driller, rh" 827
J, 1165 N. 19th St., Salem. Or. 6-6
WANTED Cattle end calves, any
kind. Phone 1576W. 6 27
"WANTED All kinds of cattle. Phone
J AS. LYONS practical painter. Thone
WANTHD Strawberry pickers. Fhone
with ear. 337 Stuto St., Salem, Or. 6 4
STRAWBERRIES for sale. Phone 111
FOR RALE Lincoln ram Phone 67
FOR BALE Man 's bicycle cheap.
Phone 762.R. 6 3
A AND 2 room housekeeping apartment
at the Killer, 633 Ferry St. 6 5
WAA'TED 'Motorcycle. Phone 2191W.
FOR SALE Furnished apartment
house; income a0 per month. Phone
245iW or 628. 6 4
FBAMB your photographs, 60 cents
up. Buren's, Com, St. 610
LOOAINIBRRRY pickers wanted, stores
and tents furnished. Phone 88F11.
HEMSTmHtrNQ and pleo edge work
guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine
Co., 337 State St. 6 4
FOB SALE Hop sacks and baskets
ia good condition, some never used.
Fraud Adelman. Gervais, Or. 6-4
FOR SALE Two boilers, 1 eight horse
horizontal. Call at Capital City Co
operative Creamery. tf
THE flAZLBWOOD does shoe repair
.. ing, neatly done. 321 X. Com. St.
FOR SALE-Or trade 1600 lb. horse, 7
years old, for smaller team. Phone
FOR 8ALH One Studehaker car, re
fainted and in good condition, good
tires, cheap. 2C3 N. Com'l. tf
TRAILERS for sale and made to or
der. Woodry'a, Auction Market, Fcr
ry and Liberty, 6 15
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store,
179 Commercial. tf
WANTED Leaky radiators to repair,
Salem Auto Radiator shop, 198 8.
WANTED Loan of $500 on real et
' tste, good security. Call at 247 N.
FREE BOOKLET' Care Baby Chicks'
844 8Ut St. Telephone 400
Headquarters for baby chicks, tf
FOR SALE 40 acre farm in crop,
some of best land in Oregon. Fur
yartiralors write owner, Bt. 1, box
43, 8eio, Or. 6 -1
FOR RENT Neatly furnished cot
tage, eity water, yard, Nye beach.
Reduction if taken for season. Phone
Mrs. Thos. Burrows, 1261W. tf
FOR SALE 5 room house, two 1 ots,
good garden, all kinds fruit.
No incumbrance. Phone owner 1393.
-ri rsg avWii wa a
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
314 Masonic Bldg.
WAINTED At Oregon state hospital
5 teamster. Apply L. M. Lane, Cot
tage farm. Tel 30P2. 6 4
tKR SALE Good ni!k eow; 564 8.
17th St. Fhone 99UM. 6-3
WANTED Experienced cook at Wil
lamette janitoriuoi, 754 Ferry Si. 6-4
FOB SALE Team of bay horses, 8 and
8 years, weight 1400 each. 1. S. Ram
sey, Rt. 3, boi 125. .63
STRAYED Persian male eat, black
and gray, large eyes. Walter Pear
mine, phone 98F2." tf
WANTED A second hand trailer for
Ford; must be good and cheap.
Phone 52F11. 64
FOB SALE Team, weight 3000 lbs.
imraexg and wagon, good condition,
right price. Phone 107F13. 6-3
FOR RENT 8 nice modern houses,
one 4 room and one 5 room. 11. E.
Bolinger. 328 Hubbard bldg. tf
ONLY hotel, 30 rooms in live country
town, with big payroll, to sell for
6000, Vi cash, balance 6 percent.
Enquire of Airs. Yacnke 555 the
nieketa St. '66
FOR SALE Or trade, 8 room modern
house with 8 lots, 1 block from ear
line, fine location. M L V care Jour
FOR 8ALB-Uro 8 years old, weight
1400, sound; guaranteed to work
single or double. W. B Farrier, 6
miles south on Pringle road. 6-5
MECHANICS opportunity, established
business, brick building. Phone 1135
W or write C. F. Burnell, 2923 Oaks
Ave, Everett, Wash. 6-3
NOTICE To prnne growers, if you In
tend to build or remodel your drier
it will pay you to see Deneor's fruit
evaporator. It has been tried out 8
seasons. No experiment. Last season
it dried 15 tons Italian prunes with
10 cords of second growth fir per
week. One stove has 6 tunnels and
612 trays, E. Dencer, Rt. 8, box 158.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
T7SED OARS BOUGHT VCm Cash
OR HOLD ON COMMISSION
White gas, perfect condition, $800
Flanders "20", perfect condition,
new tires, 82G5
1917 Chevrolet 475
Ford sedan 675 ;
1916 Ford, perfect condition, $375
Moline roadeter $375
2 ton lumber truck at a bargain
We -wreck autos for their parti, this
enables you to got old ear parts at a
bargain. Cash price paid for junk
14-ton Ford track, thoroughly
5 passengor Studobakcr $180
1917 Ford 40O
M9N.Com'I.St. Phone 666
SALBI AUTO EXCIIAaNGE
GEO. SriCEB, Mgr.
29 State Street
We buy your car or sell oa commis
Overland, model 90, $050
1917 Briscoe $575
Fine Little roadster cheap
Maxwell, good as new, $530
1917 Hudson (15U0
1917 Briseoo $.375
Lifht delivery ear $200
Overland rondter $525
TWENTY OTHERS TO PI.TK FROM
First class auto laundry and polish
ing. FOR SALE By owner at a sacrifice,
8 room house in A 1 condition built
only short time, large lot, improved
street, close to new packing plant
now building, also school and ear;
will take good young team and out
fit or late model ear in good condi
tion, on deal. Look tlti up if you
want a fine home at a bargain; no
agents. Address 9 care Journal. 6 2
MEtf WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
TES MILLS, 42e HOUB, S HOLU
DAY. BEE MR.H. A. SW AFFORD
AT MILL OFFICE ACROSS RIVER
FROM OREGON CITY. GOOD HO-
'TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS
20c; BEST MEALS 35. tf
w a1 n t" "wirtp-n
LOANS - 6
FOUND Purse containing mosey Mr.
Msaney, Fhone 33. 6 5
FOUND Oa Rt. 5, bunch of keys. Call
at Journal ofiiec. 6-3
WANTED Tiro kiteltta helper, J!
pav goed wages. App'tv chef Marion
ho'uU . 6 4
FOR SALE Large coilapahle fsrt
in fine shape. Mrs. Jobxsoa, 1161
Court St. Phone 1417. 6-3
SALESMAN With iop notch record
wishes to locste in Salem or vicinity.
What have yout S J care Journal. 6-5
FOR SALEOe 8 16 Mogul tractor
in good running order. .197 6. Cms.
FOB SALE Maxwell touring car, 1918
model, in good condition. 17 8. Com.
FOR SALE Maxwell touring ear, 1917
model, in good condition. 1S7 S. Com
WANTED Young man to take charge
of stork room experience unneces
sary. F. W. Woolworth & Co. tf
FOR BENT A completely furnished
hoiifte to desirable tenant without
children. Rent may be paid in board
and eare of invalid lady. Phone 1532
J or 629 N. Winter. tf
KEEB the money, must sell fine dia
mond ring at big discount or trade
for good ear. 'Xo triflers wanted, if
you mean business address J C care
Capital Journal. 6-3
WANTED Work by experienced land
scape gardener. Best references.
Phone 907. J. O. Drake, P. O. box
200, Salem. 6-4
LOST Man's small black purse in
business district containing $10 bill
and $5- bill. 'Reward for return to
WANTED tA grocery clerk, young
married man with some experieaee
preferred Apply in person, C M.
Huberts, 456 Court St. . 6 4
WANTED A married man to work
and act as foreman on grain and
fruit ranch. Good wages for the right
man. Call 1431 or 491. tf
FOR SALE Aclimated tobaceo plants
Will ripen sure. 3 blocks south from
12 street car line. Box 31, Phone
WESTERN JTJNK A SALTA03
We buy all kinds of junk,
hardware furniture, tools, ma-
chinery, There is hardly aa
item we do not buy. 9
Phone 706 402 N. Coal
FOR BALE Strictly modern room
bungalow, beautifully finished, very
conveniently planned, east front, t
only $3500. Strictly modem T room
residence, fine grounds, paved street,
If sold at once, $3000. Soeolofsky,
Bayne bldg. if
Irrigation for 1919 The system of
dividing the city into two districts
which proved so satisfactory last year
wtn De continued lor t&e season or.
The houses which bear even numbers
on the streets will irri irate only on
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sun
day, and the houes which bear odd
numbers on the streets Irrigate only on
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sun
day. I mi plan will permit every house
to irrigate four day out of each week.
Uy strictly following this rule we
are ablo to ripply our patrons with
trie usual amount of water under more
eutiufkctory conditions. Sertwn irriga
tion bills will be discounted 10 per cent
if paid on or before June 10th. Salem
Water, Light ft Power Co. 6 10
100 acres in fine prune district where
a crojviii assilrcd as proven by this
year, when Crop is light elsewhere;
70 acres in cultivation, plenty tim
ber for drier, fine springs for irri
gation and water power, witer filed
on. Evergreen berries in pasture will
yield $000 this year. 4 miles to mark
et. Will Jake some property oh the deal
and give term to suit. G. F Booth,
19S5 Chcmcketa 6 4
TAKE A LOOK AT THESE!
10 acres in Liton Fruit tract, 1 acre
kignna, 1 prunes, Suit improvements,
$3250, good terms.
5 acres; 14 prunes, good family or
chard, all kind of berries and crop,
$2300; good terms.
35 a'res; 20 in cultivation; good
fuiuily orcliard, berries and garden;
modern farm improvements; take it
now $7250 on god terms.
The above properties are close ia en
7 room modern house, close in; s
good buy $3200 on good terms.
5 room house, plastered, $1000 oa
JOHN IL SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard bldg.
' Good positions are now opca
in the new TJ. S. Merchant Ma
rine. We need 500 men for im
mediate service aboard our aew
ocean earners, good pay. Travel
to all parts of the world. Mea
between the agei of 18 to 35 in
clusive ars eligible. To a snsst
be aa .American citizen. For fail
information apply at
THE EEXAIX DRUO STORE
115 B. Commercial St.
WANTED Girl for hou work ; no
cooking, rhuue ltii;, 4ol N. Hh, tt
CAN"N1NG strawberries for sale. Phone
LOST SmalU Wacki Jig. Reward.
Phone 6tm. 5
FOR SALE Crood milk cow. 564 S
1? St Phone 990M, 64
12x14 FOB SALE at 945 Union St.
POTATOES for sale. Cherry City Feed
WAKTED iMaa at Tile works near
fairgrounds. Salem Tile 4 Mercantile
PASTURE to let for cattle, 6 miles
east of Salem oa Uardea road. Phone
FOB iRENT Bedroom with private
bath. Mrs. Peel above Vick't gar
FUR RENT For the summer, modern
furnished seven room house. 1105
Lesbe St. Phone 1230. 6 3
FOR SALE One pair of mules for or
chard work, weight 1500; wagon
and harness. Phone 32S. 6-4
FOR SALE Good driving horse, 8
vArs old, color black, weight 1100
tbs. Phone 30F2. 6-4
THIS WEEK CLOSES our season 'for
babv chirks. Few on hand now. Call
at 544 State St. Phone 400. 6 4
FOR SALE 1 secondhand power bal
er, in good condition; 1 secondhand
drag saw, 3 saws. H. Pohle Son. 6-5
WANTED ISmall house north Salem,
between Commercial and Filth $300
cash, balance gnod terms. C D care
5 MEN wanted for factory work long
j i ib, good wages. Apply immediately
at U. 8. employment service, 128 S.
FOR SALE Or exchange, 10 acres
well improved, 2 set of buildings,
good wnter, on main road, 6 miles
from Albany Dr Tangent, good
family orchard, will aceopt outside
property near Salem. Square Deal
Realty Co., phone 470.
FOR SALECheap, 4 room house, bath
electric lights .hot water, fine gar
den and fruit. Kear East school, car
and paved street. Lot 50 by 100. See
owner, 1076 Marion. 6-4
EITTER REALTY BUYS
Bungalow, strictly modern, 7 rooms.
welt located. $.T50O. Good terms. . .
10 acre with house, barn, chicken
houses, fenced park, etc. All cultivated
$3000, Make your own terms.
9 Mi acres bearing prunes in fine
rxmdrtion; with strictly modern bun
galow. A rare buy, $8750. Good terms.
Exchange strictly modern 6 room
bungalow aa part pay for prune orch
ard. ' 40 aeres with S3 in crop; fair build-,
ings. Complete with implements, team,
stock, chickens, ete. $4500. Good terms
"Just Beal Estate"
215-216 Masonic building. Phone 1000
Dm m rats 1 B 9or4f lmm, 3S card.
Coe Anywhere Any Auto.
BRIGGS I BURPEE CO, lot, Mangbctireri
!7t Hawthorns Av., Portland.
SaadfoWoaaatioaaaal UlaMrataJ Circular
NOTICE TO BUILDING CONTRACT
ORS Oregon State Highway Com
mission Proposals for Garage and
Warehouse at Ealem, Oregon.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Oregon State Highway Commission at
room 520 Multnomah county court
house, Portland, Oregon, at 2 o'clock
p. m., Juno 10th, IB "J, for the con
struction of two frame bnibUngst
One HO feet ini) feet in size, i stor'aW
high; the other 70 feetrfcO feet, 1 Uitj
These structures will be located at
the stato yenitentiary brickyard just
east of the city Iimi of Salem
Xo iiid Kill be considered unless ao
companied by cash, bidder's bond or
certified check for un amount tijual to
five (5) percent of the total amount
A Dutibfttclory bund il! be requited
for the faithful performance of the
contract in a sum equal to one half of
the total amount bid.
Proposal blanks and full information
for bidders my le obtained at the of
fiee of the State Highway Engineer,
Capitol building, Ralem.
Plans and epecificatwms and form of
contract may be inspected St the sanis
place or may be obtained upon dqmtit
of $5. Plans and specifications are al
so on file at room 1301 Veon building.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all prnposnls or to accept the pre
poeal deemed but for the state of
OitHOON STATE HIGHWAY COM
MISSION, 6. BENHOV,
W. L. TTTOMI'WXN,
R. A. BOOTH,
At tent: Herbert Nonn
State Highway Kngineer. 65
Salem, Oregon, June 2, 1919
The Journal Job Department
will print yoa anything in the
stationery line do rt right and
save yea real money. a
PilCIiG PLANTS M.
Lccil Finns Commence Can
ning Strawberries And
Today marks the opening of iho cau
sing season ia Salem, both the Hunt
Bros, and the Oregon Packing company
starting up with crews of about luu
each for the vanguard of the 1919 erop
of strawberries and gooseberries. The
Hunt Bros, plant has been operating a
small crew during the past week to take
care of the early consignments of ber
ries, which oa account of the cool
weather have been ripening slowly, al
though the continued moisture his given
them aldermanie proportions. This
week they will begin to tome in fast
enough so that full crews can be worked
continuously it is expected.
Both the plants have been overhauled,
made immaculate with new paint, and
uew equipment i stalled. Tin cans and
berry boxes have been arriving continu
ally carloads of them, the liiiter com
ing largely from the Washington milts.
These boxes are packed flat in bales,
about tin If a million to a car. The ini
tial outluy in money for theso supplies
for all the plains will mount up to
staggering figures, especially as the.
wur-time price' continue this season.
The Salem-Kings plant, which has
been running on part time during the
past week will bo able to operate with
fifty or sixty hands continuously here
after with the receipts of spinach and
early fruits Although the. weather hus
been usually cool it has been favoublo
for spinach and other vegetables con
tracted by the plant, which will con
sume thousands of tons this season.
At the l.oju plant on Commercial and
Trade, extensive alterations are being
made, along with additions to the equip
ment with a view to a vast increase ia
the bottling capacity, while the same is
true of the jam and jelly plant of the
Northwest Products compny, where
preparations have been niado for a
About fifty hand? are earing for the
work there at present. Probably 5 car
loads of products are niado up ' and
stored in the wereliouHe waiting the ar
rival of new labels, when the delicacies
will be scattered promiscuously over tue
globe to remind the raco how much Moy
are indebted to Salem and tho Willam
ette valley. When running at full ca
pacity the plant will turn out something
like 15 tons of jam and jelly per di:y.
Its vast utility in, the fruit industry
may be eralized by the fact that great
quantities of fruit that may not bo np
to standard canning or evaporating can
be used in making up its product.
With regard to the crop prospects, the
cannery men are all optimistic to tho
jubilant stage, for sever ia recent ears
has there eome into the markefsueh ele
gant sonsignments of strawberries so
far as size is concerned. Many of thiui
are a little pale on the shady side, but a
few days of sunshine will remedy this.
Crates of the Improved Oregon berry
coming into the stores this morning are
so big that they have to bo sliced up
like a pineapple for table use. lim
finer grades are retailing at $3.60 a
crate, and with very little prospect of
going cheaper, far the various plants
stand reedy to take all offerings ct not.
less than 10 eents a pound. From nil
sections there arc reports of a fine erop
and for this seasoi it looks as though
the strawberry would ucupy tho cento.'
of the 'otago, at least until the Inter.
berry comes on.
Contract prices this yesr are mngrig
even higher than last and tho small
fruit grower is going to have pronperity
thrust upon him, even if he hns to pny
war prices fur pickers, who sre now be
ing culled for by hundred?.
Ycman finds R
Wcrth Fabulous Forte
"1 wouldn't take a million dollars
for the good Mayr'a Wonderful Rem
edy has done for me. I have finished
the coursn and can any I am entirely
cured of .very severe indigestion, bloat
ing and colic attacks I suffered from
for many years." It is a simple, harm
less preparation that removes tho ca
tarrhal niucii from the intestinal tract
and allays the inflammation which
cnurics lrnctii ul'v all stomach, liver
and intestinal nilnientt, includi'ic ap
pendicitis. One dose will convince, or
money refunded. .1. (,', Perry, Capita!
Drug Store, and 1 ruuKinta everywhere.
Preliminary organiwitinn of the
ftehoot tetviliciM of CifrfirMia under
the Ameri'nn F'Mr-Tttion cf Labor tvaj
effected at Xan Fraiieivo Sntnrrlav,
BIG SPECAL SHOW TODAY, TOMORROW AN DTIIURSDAY
KLGNDIXE GOLD-LOVE IN ALASKA-DORIS KLNYON IN
"The "Great While Trail"
A Trip to Alaska and a Thrillirj Love Story All in One
t July Delineators are now in.
Tomorrow's BigSale f
957th Wednesday Surprise
For 18 years and 5 months we have held these week
ly SURPRISE SALES. EVERY SALE is a MONEY
SAVER. The merchandise offered is always from
our regular stock, "MEYERS QUALITY" insuring
HIGH GRADE QUALITY MERCHANDISE.
THIS WEEK WE OFFER
Made from "SCOUTS" PERCALE-full fashioned
TOMORROW ONLY-Sale opens 9' a. m.
Bear in mind the wonderful
CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON IN
Ladies Suits. Coats and Dresses
The entire stock marked at greatly reduced prices
to thoroughly CLEAN UP.
You Can Always Do Better At
Cbemawa Students Will
Give Concert Tonight;
Pageant On Wednesday
The Salem Indian school at Chcmawa
is holding Its annual commencement
week of exercises. Tonight at 8 o'clock
the mandolin and guitar club of the
school, under the direction of Prof. I.
H. Ijnos will give an entertainment in
The entertainment for Wcdnedsy
evoniug will Ibc in the Chcmawa audi
torium and will be in the form of a
pageant entitled "Spirit of Democra
cy. ' ' The cast and those taking part is
Propmit Fred Wilder
Autocracy, Arthur Johnson
Democracy Ann Petton
America JIattie Martin
France Agnes Lambert
Kngland - Agnes Stewart
Italy William Kennedy
Kumia 4'barlet Williams
Cttgium Marina Nelson
Ko'Mn Kll7!neth Montgomery
Poland Annie Miller
Japan i.N'aney Mallieson
Cuba (Hose Ooff
Peru .Kf fie Davi
'Itrnxil 4 henter Hravo
Panama Mary Ware
Austria Theudurc Fayas
Canada 'Ihiane Kimball
Id il Crnn nurses Lillie Dixon and
Meeiigers (ieorge Berry, Hoy Nu
ckolls and Lewis Colby
Pages Harry 'Wheeler and .Elmer
Vocal Lady Chloc (dough leiht
er) girls' octette
H':riiii(f Kleannr llouk
Vioiin solo Jlourrco (I'rossc) Maud
Kxereiso Little Waiters, twelve
Vreal i'oiir leaf Clover (Coombs)
Exercise Happy Little Karnicra, six
Vocal Po' Little Lamb (I'arks)
Double ia nolo Blue Itelln of Scot
land and Varu, (Farmer) Ivutliyn Tur
ncy i , .;,
Superintendent Hall extend a miwt
cordial invitation to the people cf r
lem and vieiimy to attend these annual
c.tercii . Tlieiu aie no uliaiKes to any
of the entertainments.
Ebcrt Predicts National
Assembly To Reject Terms
By Carl IX Groat
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Berlin, June 2. President Ebert,
tthrough tho press, predicted today thai,
tho national assembly will reject the
peace torms unless they are modified.
Tho government has ordered suppres
sion of a military circular asking the
German peoplo if they are r-:ady for
armed resistance against the peace con
With lesi than oue Inch of ralafa!!
since April 1!, the river is gradually!
falling and today is only 2.7 feet above
low water mark. This is the lowest
since Jan. Id when the fnags r,d
feet above. There was 7.11 inches oi
rain .between Jan. 16 and Jan. 23 amU
on Jan. lit the river rose to the higlv
water mark of the year, 20.8 .feet bov
low water. The aero gunge in Snlem I
li:t feet above the sea level.
. AT ANY AGE
It Un't are. It's carclets lWlns trisl
pots men "ilnwn and nut." Keep rour
internal organs in S"'' Comliiion sod
lou will always bo iloicalU lit.
The kuliieva sre Hie unxt nrr
wnrked nraiins in the human boly.
Alien they break down under tin
strain sod the deadly uric aeid sc-i-iimuliites
and crytiilli.-.e look out!
lbcse shsrp crjKtals tear and srrntrh
tut delicate urinary channels cauaiuij
. irrui inlms pain and st up irrita
tions which tun; cause premature
neiii-ridnn mid often du turn int'
Kaillj llrighl's Hincase.
(inc uf the first warnings of lif
.iHh kidney action is puiri r iiitFni
in the amsll f the hark, !" ot appe
tite. tiidiKcatioQ or rheumatim.
Do in.t wuit until the dant'r is upon
,.,. At the lirt indication 'if tr-iiiUie
u after the ue st once, (let S trial
I.X of GOLD MKDAL Haarlem (lit
I spsules, impeded dirt torn tlt
laboratories In Holland. Thy will rive
almost immediate relief. If for any
i-aiiM Ihev ahmild not. jour uiori" wnl
h refunded. Hut be sure to set tKJIJl
MfcDAI .fc'ione other is genuine
iPA i. three f s.
DUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
a-a a. alMhjMa. . L .,a4! as i