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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1904)
Casta 10 cents and cquata 20 cents
worth of any other kind of blutn?.
Won't Freeze, Spill, Break
Nor Spot Clothes
DIKK0TION8 FOR USED
around in the Water
At aH Trto Grocers.
Valuo of Pure Air.
Cultlvato nlr hunger. Wo should
learu to bo ns hungry for rcsh nlr as
we nro naturally thirsty for puro wa
tor. Tho old-fashioned liloas concern
ing Htuffy living or bed rooms nrq
now, fortunatoly, out of dato and
should never bo rovlvcd.
Dcnfncss Cannot Be Cured
eaed portion of ttio ear. There l only one way to
eure deafneta, and lint It by routtllutlunal remedies
VeafneM In caused by an Inflamed condition of ttio
mucous llnlnn of the Kustachlan Tube. When tbli
tube Inflamed foil have arumlillnir aound or Im
perfect hearing, and when ll l entirely clord, Deaf.
tiese li the result, and unless the Inflammation cn tie
tVen out nd ttili tube matured to lu normal condi
tion, hearing mill be destroyed forereri nine cae
oat of ten are caused by ( atarrh. which l nothing
but n Inflamed condition of the mucins surfaces.
wo Kill give one Hundred Dollars ror any cue or
Jleafnrsi (caused bjr catarrh) that cannot be cured
end fur cl
br IU1H Catarrh Cure. HenilMrclrctilara.free.
P. J. CIIK.NUY 4c CO., Toledo, 0.
Pold br Druuul.t". 7Sc
lake flail's Family i'llli forcontttpaUoa.
Attributes of Beautiful Woman.
A beautiful woman Is a practical
poom, planting tenderness, hopo and
oloquenco In all whom sho ap
"Or. DhtIiI Kiinnrity'a Fnnrlt nemrrly
rur.i me of lirltf ht'a I Hsease and (travel, Able physlclane
bllii" ilr. fc, 1'. Illtnar, llnrgblll, O. IV.N a buttle.
The Largest Coltadlum..
Tho lnrgest colladlum known Is In
Itoavortown, Pa. Somo of tho leaves
are four nnd one-half feet long and
forty Inches wldo, while tho circum
ference of tho stalk Is forty-nlno feet.
Ask Your Druggist for Allen's Foot-Ease.
"1 tried ALLEN'SPOOT-EASE recent
ly, and hiivo just bought ntiotUur supply It
has cured my corns, and tho hot, burning
aud Itching sonsntlon in my foot which wits
almost unbcuntblo, and I would not bo with
out it now, Mrs. V. J Wolkor, Catndoa,
IS. J." Sold by nil Druggists, 26c,
Kndurnnco Is tho crowning Quality,
nnd patience all tho passion of great
PIho'h Curo cannot bo too hljjhly spoken of as
n cough cure. J. W. O'IIiiiks, 322 Third Ave
K.. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 0, 1000.
Even a plain parasol can lay a pret
ty girl In tho shade.
Village Without Government,
In tho vlllago of Altcnburg, on
whoso borders threo countries meet,
there nro no soldiers, no police, no
taxos, and Its people aro ruled by no
monarch. Tho Inhabitants speak a
qutfjr Jargon of French and German
comhlnnd, and spend tholr time cul
tivating tho land or working tho vnlu
ublo calamlno mlno, which Is tho boast
of tho vlllago.
Roused Her Enthusiasm.
A tiny girl riding In a car bcramo
deoply Interested In a bnby hold by a
woman seated besldo her, frequently
calling to her mother to Join In her
enthusiasm, culmlnntlng with: "And
tseo Its dear littlo hands, and Its fin
gers, and Its cuto littlo nnlls; nnd,
oh. mother, Isn't this too cunning,
there's dirt In them!"
Money that talks does littlo else
Money that whispers re-echoes whore
least expected. Monoy that acts might
cavo many a broken heart from a sui
Mrs. Jonea I supposo Sarah feols
protty bad over tho loss of her hus
hand? Mfs. Brown Naturally, for
she thought tho world of him. But,
then, you know, sho Is awfully fond of
crape. Boston Transcript
makes many a man go
What the Baby Needed.
I suffered from nervousness ' and
headache until ono day about a year
ago It suddenly occurred to mo what a
great coffeo drinker I was and I
thought may bo this might havo some
thing to do with my trouble, co I
shifted to tea rot awhile but was
not bettor, If anything worso.
"At that time I had a bnby four
months old that wo had to food on a
bottle, until an old lady friend told
me to try Postum Food Cotte'e. Throe
months ago I commencod using Pos
tum, loavlng off tho tea and coffee,
und not only have my headaches and
nervous troubles entlroly dlsappoarod,
but slnco then 1 havo been giving
plenty of nurso for my baby, and have
a largo, healthy child now.
"I have no deslro to drink anything
but Postum and know It has benefited
my children, and I hopo all who have
children will try Postum and find out
for themselves what a really wondor
lul food drink It is." Namo given by
Poetum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Both toa aud coffeo contain quanti
ties of a poisonous drug called Caf
feine that directly affects tho heart,
kldnoys, stomach and nerves. Postum
ia mado from ceroals only, scientifi
cally blonded to get the coffoo flavor.
Ven days trial of Postum in place ol
tea or coffo will show a hoalth secret
worth moro than a gold mine. There's
Get the book, "The Road to Well
Tllle," in each pkg.
' t jn.i ir t.mw.v
Coat With Vest Front.
Fitted coats with vest fronts nro
among tho newest and smartest shown
and aro very generally becoming.
This ono Includes also tho now
sleeves, which nro full at tho shoul
ders, and n novol roll-ovor collar that
Is extended down tho fronts. As Il
lustrated tho material Is wood brown
broadcloth with tho vest ol whlto
cloth and the trimmings of volvct, but
all suiting materials and all materials
In voguo for coats of the sort nro
equally npproprlnto. Tho long lines,
that nro given by tho seams that ex
tend to tho shoulders, nro peculiarly
deslrablo as thoy tend to glvo a taper
ing effect to tho figure.
Tho coat Is mado with fronts, that
nro cut In two portions each, backs,
side-backs and under-nrm goros, tho
vest being separate and attached un
der tho fronts on Indicated lines. Tho
sleeves aro mado lu two portions each
and nro finished with roll-ovor cuffs
at tho wrists. Tho collar and rovers
finish tho neck nnd front edges and
aro rolled over onto 'coat.
Tho quantity of material required
for tho medium sizo is 3 yards 1!7
Inches wldo, 2V4 ynrds 44 Inches rMdo
or 1 ynrds D2 ,lnche3 wide, with
yards of velvet and yards of any
width for vest. ,
Flat Boas and Pelerines.
Tho now ostrich and marabout flat
boas and pelerines nro wider than
ever, moro cxtravagnnt In coloring
and command an exorbitant price.
Somo of thorn are eighteen inches in
width, nnd havo a decided capo effect
in tho back aAd over tho Bhoulders.
This capo Is In a doop Bhado' of tho
coloring selected, nnd tho stole-ends
fade gradually until at tho tips thoy
aro nlmost puro whlto. Tho favorlto
colorings aro American Beauty red,
fading to a pinkish white, burnt
orange, fading to pnlcst lemon, and a
rich seal brown, fading to a whlto
that suggests both pink nnd chocolato
Skirts must stand out from tho
ankles, oven If It takes a bit of boning
to bring It to pass.
A child's whlto Borgo coat Is pret
tily trimmed with tho red and whlto
skin of tho calf.
Chcnillo straw in various colors and
In shaded effects llguro largely upon
Somo of tho now leather bolts havo
two short tabs buttoned In postilion
fashion to tho back.
Tight littlo Mario Antoinette elbow
sleeves nro finished with a broad
flounce, in evening gowns.
Tho frivolous Parlslenno herself has
capitulated to short skirts for all occa
sions but high dress.
Thero is littlo difference between
tho tea gown of today and any light,
pretty and offectlvo house gown.
Silk gowns nro to bo worn right Into
zero weather and silk and ribbon
trln.aied hats will keep then company.
Coming Skirt Fashions.
Skirts promlso to ho very full at tho
hom. Tho plain full skirt which has
boon such a success during tho sum
mer season will boglven a now leaso
of life, as will also this samo model
trimmed with double ruches nt tho bot
tom. Not a few of tho plaited skirts
aro stitched down about the hips to
form a small yoko. In general, the
front breadths nro left plain. Skirts
will also havo attached flounces with
a heading of deep plaits or Boino other
fatwv rt I littm Intr Tollnror? rtrnna ttw
autumn will be built of finely-woven (
fancy wools In lndoflnlte checks and
plaids, or showing mixed grounds and
Plain broadcloth and sergo coats in
ono tone, especially tho dark shades,
are enllvoned by whlto collars and
cuffs braided with olthor gold or sil
ver galloon. Many women continue to
believe that tho taffeta coat, whether
lined or unllncd, is tho best for motor
ing. They shed the dust, and if tho
quality of Bilk is good they will last
one or two seasons. Thoy aro often
Interlined, not only with a lighter
weight taffeta, but a light flannel
placed between the two silks. A now
model In pongeo Is built with a scries
of capes, three In number. Tho gar
ment propor Is semi-fitting nnd tho
deepest enpo falls n trlflo below the
elbows nnd ono nnd nil of them nro
confined to tho body or tho garment by
buttons nnd Btrnps. In fact, nil threo
capes nro mado separate and ono or
two or nil of them can bo worn or not.
Material for Dust Coats.
A great deal Is said about tho dur
ability of mohnlr for dust coats. It
certainly has tho advantage of shed
ding tho dust, but every drop of rain,
even after sponging, leaves Us mark.
Chantung, severely mado but fash
ioned upon looso flowlnc lines, heavily
stitched, with a possible ornamentation
of braiding or lnco, 1b ono of tho most
successful garments of tho hour. Of
tentimes n bit of color Is introduced
Into tho coats lu tho collar or In the
cuffs. Euch week more cloth coats are
seen, but theso for tho most part aro
tho three-quarter length garment,
looso and roomy and cut on rather
mannish lines. One of tho new coat3
la chiefly notlccablo for tho hugo pock
ets which aro set on each sldo of tho
front just bolow tho lino of tho bust
Another cloth coat has au odd capo
passing over tho shoulders, but run
ning into tho seams on each side of a
box plait in tho back. Tho knit home
spuns aro also In evidence. Tho best
model has a full belted back and loose
front, which may bo cither worn open
or buttoned back. The belt slips
through tho side scams and passes un
der tho front.
Let two or threo chickens cook slow
ly in a smnll quantity of water until
tho ment loosens easily from tho bones,
and season' with salt and pepper. As
soonns it is cool enough to handle, re
tnovo bones and skin. Place tho meat
In a deep mold and uso glzznrd, liver
and heart. To tho water loft in tho
kcttlo add half a box of gelatine dis
solved first in a littlo warm water, and
boll until reduced to about a pint
Pour this over tho chicken In tho
mold nnd set away to cool. Cut in
slices with a very sharp knife.
Popular Type of Millinery. ,
Among tho most popular hat shapes
In Paris are those known as Varennes.
True, they havo been worn through
out tho summer, but with lower
crowns than those now appearing. In
many cases tho crown Is conical or
fuuncl shaped, and It Is a point to bo
observed that tho trimming will con
sist of a doublo band of velvet in
two shades, leaving tho upper part of
tho crown visible, and a plume of
threo feathers will be pinned In tho
center of tho front, and caught with a
high narrow buckle.
Box Coats Now Fashionable.
Box coats quite looso aro among
tho most fashlonablo for general wear
and nro rendered both novel nnd smart
by tho Introduction of collar nnd cuffs
of contrasting material. An attract
ive model Is made of navy blue cheviot
with collar and cuffs of whlto cloth
stitched nnd piped with velvet and Is
Odd waists of panno velvet aro ex
ceedingly smart and exceedingly hand
somo in effect and will bo greatly
worn during tho outlro season for the
theater, informal dinners and all oc
casions ot the like. This ono is pale
yellow in color with the little square
yoko-of white net and is trimmed with
heavy silk passementerie, frills ot lace
finishing the front ard the wrists. The
tiulto as satisfactory to the wearer as
it Is stylish nnd offectlvo. Tho flat
finish at tho back and the fly front
make specially noteworthy foaturos,
together with the pockets which are
Inserted In each front.
Furs Used as Trimmings.
Many cloth and velvot gowns havo
nn introduction of beaver used about
tho corsage and sleeves, whllo one
well-known furrlor shows a few at
tractive long-basqued coats In dyed
moleskin, which might easily bo mis
taken for sealskin, but with a much
moro brilliant sheen. Tho coat wo a
light, warm and atractlvc, besides be
ing extremely becoming. Ermine Is
being used again, combined with beav
er or sablo, while chlncllla is likely to
bo worn much more than it was lost
winter. Lnco Is being used on fur
models, but moro as n plaited lining
at Tap baso
of shoulder capes or
Fashionable Blue and Green.
No combination of tho season Is
moro fashlonablo than blue and green
and nono moro offectlvo when tho cor
rect, shades of each aro chosen. This
very nttractlvo littlo frock Is mado of
dark green cashmere, trimmed with
bands of blue silk overlaid with nar
row braid of tho green edged with
straight bands of tho silk on which
ring dots aro embroidered and is thor
oughly charming. Tho waist is ono of
tho nowest and prottlost of tho sea
son and is mado with quite novel
sleeves that nro joined to' a trimming
band, their fullness so arranged as to
glvo tho desirable broad effect at the
shoulders. Tho skirt Is five gored
and can bo gathered at tho upper
edge, as Illustrated, or tucked as may
bo preferred. Tho quantity of mate
rial required for a girl fourteen years
of ago Is, for waist 4Vi yards 21, 4
ynrds 27 or 2 yards 44 inches wide;
for skirt 5 ynrds 21, 4 yards 27 or
2 yards 44 inches wide.
New Fashionable Frill.
Tho swathed bodice will ho among
tho fashlonablo features of tho new
styles. It will bo mado of Bilk, volvel
nnd other supple fabrics, the founda
tion naturally fitting tho figure. But
whether swathed or not, tho coming
tight-fitting bodice concludes In n
sharp, deep point in front; and many
of tho now evening bodices aro In the
old-fashioned style small, tight-fitting,
without sleeves, except for the drap
ery of lace or chiffon.
design Is a peculiarly deslrablo one
and shows tucks which glvo a box
plaited effect, producing tapering
linos at tho back, whllo they are
stitched to yoke depth at tho front,
so providing fulness bolow that point
Tho quantity of material required for
tho medium slzo is 54 yards, 21, i
yards 27 or 3 yards 44 Inches wide,
wltn yard ot net aid yards of
ONLY A SKELETON OHOUOnniQ BY
Mrs. Dolirrty Im nn r.xtrnnrillnnry Kx
lerlenra nnil l,'mlcrKra a.Marveluu
Mrs. E. Dohcrty, of No. 115 Ooatcs
treet, Moberly, Mo., istotlnyaplcturoof
robust licnlth, and yet five yours ago, sho
barely escaped death from progressive
emaciation. To a ruportcr she told tho
following story :
"lu 18901 began to hnvo distressing
attacks of indigestion that continued for
two years. My stomach was constantly
6oro and burned as if it was on flro. It
beenmo finally so dclicnto that it would
not retain even plain water. My inability
to tako food reduced my weight to ninety
eight pounds, nnd fuintnoss and dizziness
kept mo iu bed most of tho timo. I wns
really starving to death nnd besides I wns
extremely nervous. Tho doctor wis
perplexed. Ho gtivo mo tonics which
did mo no good, and proscribed cxerciso
Which I was too weak to uttempt.
"Ono dny when I wns mj fuint nnd'
chilled that I could do nothing but crouch
down on tho floor by tho fire, my father
brought mo n box of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Palo People. I found on trial
that they would stay on iny stomach un
like everything clso. I really felt better
after three doses nnd I kept on using
them. Food began to tnsto woll nnd to
stay down. Tho pain and tho burning
in tho pit of my stomach lessened and at
last went nwny altogether. My weight
began to iucreaso until it reached
1G5 pounds nnd my neighbors, who
wcro convinced that I was wnstiugto
death before, were astonished nt tho
chnnge. I resumed my housowork and
hnvo liardly hud occasion to call a doctor
since. I havo recommended Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills to several friends, and
I say to tho pule, thin ones particularly,
If you want to get strong and well tako
Dr.Williams'Pink Pills for Palo People."
Theso pills curo stomach troublo by
their tonic notion, building up tho di
gestive organs and enabling them to do
tho work that imturo intended them to
do. 'JThoy nro sold by all dealers, or will
bo sent postpaid on receipt of price, fifty
cents h box or hix boxes for two dollars
nnd n half, by addressing Dr. Willinms
Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. A
diet book giving useful information will
bo bene ireo on request.
A Country Breakfast Room.
A bright and cheery breakfast room
in a country cottage has broad, low
windows of leaded glass pale amher
and green. Tho wall paper Is a soft
clear green which Is cool and repose
ful in effect and harmonious with the
weathered oak furniture. Tho frlezo
above the green paper has largo pop
ples in shades of deep tan with nat
ural green foliage on a ground of tho
samo tone as the paper.
Marriage a Matter of Business.
Tho average Japaneso girl rarely
Knows that her hand has ever been
Bought until all the arrangements have
been mado btweon her father and
her suitor. The latter, however, does
not manage this In person, but leaves
all the arrangements to some trusty
emissary, generally an Intimate
Demand for Small Farms.
In England tho bpst remedy for
farm depopulation Is held to bo small
farm holdings. It Is stated that when
over a largo farm Is divided into small
holdings tho demnnd for tho land usu
ally far exceeds the supply.
Women aro fond of gold, but not of
Cured Her Rheumatism.
Deep Valley, Pa., Oct "31. (Spe
cial.) Thero Is deep Interest In Green
county over the curo of the littlo
daughter of I. N. Whlpkey of Rheu
matism. Sho was a great sufforer for
five or six years and nothing seemed
to do her any good till she tried Dodd's
Kidney Pills. She began to improve
almost nt onco and now sho is cured
nnd can run and play as other chil
dren do. Mr. Whlpkey says:
"I am Indeed thankful for what
Dodd's Kidney Pills havo dono for my
daughter; they saved her from being
a cripple perhaps for life."
Dodd's Kidney Pills havo proved
that Rheumatism Is ono of tho results
of diseased Kidneys. Rheumatism Is
caused by Uric Acid In tho blood. If
the Kidneys nre right thero can bo no
Uric Acid In the blood and cpnsc
quently no Rheumatism. Dodd's Kid
ney Pills make tho Kidneys right
False Windpipe for Heaves.
Thero is a cab horso which can bo
seen on ono of tho "stands" along
Broadway which has breathed for
years through a false windpipe. Tho
animal had tho hoaves, and not only
mado as much nolso as a locomotive,
but his speed was reduced nearly half
bocauso of this difficulty. A votorlna
rlan Inserted a tube and tho horso
breathos as well as ever. Tho only
part of the apparatus which is vislblo
Is a small metal disk through which
the air enters.
Our, thoughts about others aro of
hsss importance than our thoughtful
ness for others.
Condemn Army 8tep.
The congress of naturalists and
physicians which recently mot in
Broslau strongly condemned tho
""goose-stop" as practiced in tho Ger
man and some other armies. Dr. Thal
wltzor read a paper on tho subject, In
which ho showod that tho adoption of
this ridiculous stop accounts for nu
merous kneo and foot complaints
among the troops. Sixty per cont of
tho sores on the feet of the raeu aro
in consequence ot persistent adher
ence to this antiquated stop.
New Serial In McClure's.
In tho November McCluro's, Stewart
Edward White boglns a now serial
which reveals new powor and breadth
In his uniformly irplendid work. Out
of tho great northern forests of "The
Blazed Trail" and the Bnowy wastes
of "The Silent Places," ho has moved
his sceno of action to iho boundloss
plains and painted deserts of Arizona.
Ho sees and feels the beauty nnd tho
awn of the desert as ho does of tho
forost, nnd Is ablo to mako his rcador
share this insight and flcasuro with
him. Tho story ho tells here is the
desert vivified, flaming with its color,
poignant with tho sense of its immen
sity. In this strange, weird, and stu
pendous setting b.o lays his plot and
i'-oils o tolo simple nnd deon. It is
tho story of tho coming together ot
tue liig Man of the Wilderness and
the Littlo Woman of tho Town how
the desert, picturesque and romantic
to him, terrible and repollent to her,
affects their lives nnd fnte.
Mulberry Patrldgo, that veteran all
round fisherman of Bowdoinham, has
commenced his usual shipment of eels
to tho New York markets. A great
delicacy, eels command a high prlco
In tho cities. "Fine-grained as smelts,
they aro far superior to mackeral,"
said a Bowdoinham cplcturo concern
ing this famous dish. "Fried brown,
with plenty of salt pork, they aro food
fit for tho gods." Lcwlston (Mo)
There aro four up-to-date articles In
tho September Success that should at
tract considerable attention through-,
out the country. They indicate tho
growing Interest among magazlno
readers for authoritative matter about
tho great men and tho great questions
of tho day. In this lino of work, Suc
cess is rapidly taking a front placo
among tho monthlies.
The first is an article by Judge Al
ton Brooks Parker, entitled, "Edu-1
cated Men In Politics." Tho wholo
country has been waiting to hear
Judgo Parker say something, and in
Success ho has given his vlows on a
matter of very great importance. He
holds that tho men who tako only a
general'lnterest In politics, aro respon
sible for tho condition that brings dis
grace to tho country, and rounds them
up sharply for their timidity.
Sho was a very new widow and on
tho way back from her husband's fu
neral sho called with a few sympa
thetic friends at a house of refresh
ment. Gin was fixed upon as a bever
age suitable to tho occasion. "Any wa
ter with yours, Em?" Inquired ono ot
the ladles of tho bereaved as sho held
out tho jug. "Water!" shrieked tho
lonely ono. "Water! Lor' lumme!
Ain't I got trouble enough as it 1b?"
Mr. Howells In England.
Tho first fruit, of Mr. Howell's visit
to England, wintry ho still Is, is a
charming and buoyant article entitled
"In Folkestone Out of Season," which
opens tho November number of Har
per's Magazlno. Appreciative as Mr.
Howells Is of tho beauties of tho
placo, ho intimates that tho vaude
vlllo performance in tho pavilion on
tho plor Is somewhat mild; that the
Folkestone Ico cream "was a sort of
sweetoned and extract-flavored snow
which was hardly colder than tho air
outsldo"; but that tho tea and bread
and butter, which appeared with magi
cal promptness upon his arrival, wero
beyond reproach. Caesar's Camp, tho
Holy Well where tho Canterbury pil
grims drank, and other historic sites
Mr. Howells describes with his custo
Thorverton church, Dovon, England,
was recently used as storohouso for
whisky which had been taken from
the vlllago inn during a fire.
In the November Century.
Tho first publlo entertainment ever
given by Japanese women for charity
was a rocent garden party, with,
tableaux, given at the Navalclub,
Tokio, by graduates of tho Peeresses'
School. Anthorlty on Japan says that
It Is impossible for tho Western mind
to conceive how groat a rovolution la
marked by this event Tho voluntary
renouncement by the Japanese noblos
of their fiefs In 18C8 was hardly moro
remarkablo. It means a tremondous
change in tho llfo of Japaneso women.
Tho November Contury will havo re
productions from photographs of those
lntorostlng and uniquo tabloaux, which
plcturod famous fomalo character in
tho history of ancient, medioval, and
Mr. Chatsworth Did you enjoy tho
matlneo, doar? Mrs. Chatsworth Oh,
very much. I Bat next to Mrs. Gaddlo,
whom I havo not soon for years, and
wo did havo a nlco long chat. Phila
Evory housokcopor snould know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry uso they
will savo not only time, because it
never sticks to tho' iron, but because
each packago contains V oz. one full
pound whllo all other Cold Wator
Starches aro put up In -pound pack
ages, and tho prico Is tho samo, 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch Is freo from all Injurious chom
lcals. If your grocer trios to sell you
a 12-az. packago it is bocauso he has
a stock on hand which ho wishes to
dispose of boforo ho puts in Defiance.
Ho knows that Deflanco Starch has
printed on every package in large let
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand
Dcfhuico and save much time and
money and tho annoyance ot the iron
sticking. Deflanco never sticks.
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