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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Makes Photo of
California Surgeon's Experiment
Raises Interesting Question
HOLD DISCOVERY VALUABLE
Doctor Believes H Has Provided
Basis for Far-Reaching Biological
Research Etherlc Double of
Amputated Member Pictured.
snn Francisco. The recent nn
Jiounccmcnt by Dr. P. S. Hnley, locnl
surgeon, tlint lie linn photographed the
,ethcrlc double of u man's thumb,
whlcli hnd buon cut olT nt tlio Joint,
litis n roused on Interesting Hcleutlllc
Scientists sny Doctor Haley's ex
periment raises the question of wheth
er innn possesses within himself dor
mant energy to reproduco parts of
himself, such ns an arm or leg, when
ho loses them.
Doctor Haley does not profess tlint
Ills experiment proves bucIi a theory,
but declares that ho believes ho has
provided tlio basis for far-reaching
Likewise ho Insists his experiment
In no wlso Is of a "spiritualistic" na
ture. "My own contribution Is simply to
Bliow by photography that cryBtollza
tlon or energy exists. Scientists may
!go much further and possibly In time
demonstrate that such crystallization
of energy may bo made permanent In
"stead of momentary, such ns my
photographH show," Doctor Haley
"LIUowIro It may prove tlint 'ghosts'
nre not supernatural, but simply a
natural and material compound of ex
ternalized energy. It Is certain tlint
Bonio animals sec things not visible
to humnn eyes. Likewise certain per
Rons nro psychically sensitive to
things which others arc not. There Is
a great field for Investigation opened
by my experiment."
Thumb flff; Felt Pain.
Doctor Haley's subject In his Inter
esting test was a woodworker who
had lost his thumb. The woodworker
believed himself conscious to pain
when n pin was Inserted whero the
thumb onco was. For tho experiment
tho stump wns placed on highly sen
sitized paper In a photographic solu
tlon. Four Impressions were taken
ranging In tlmo from one-half to a
minute and a half.
"My theory Is tlint the etherlc doit
bio remains attached to the member,
nnd, under Influence of will power and
with the old of other fnctors possibly
not understood, tho body energy radi
ates from tho point where tho stump
(is, filling In the etherlc double," wild
Xoctor Hnley, Illustrating with one of
"In such an event ns tho photo
graphs show tho etherlc double acts
ns a 'blue print,'" continued tho doe-
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This Is the silver medal presented Yiy President Harding during the Pil
grim celebration to New Bedford school children of iion-13ngllsh-speaklng
fumllles for their proficiency In the uso of tho Kugllsli language.
iFrench Commander Packed in
"Eats" as Marne Battle Raged.
(His Chef Declares That Marshal De.
voured Enounh for Three Men as
Ho Won Victory.
Paris, France. Tho latest war rem
llnlscences to bo printed nro those of
rtho chef who presided over tho des
rtlnles of the French general stuff dur
ling tho battlo of tho Maruo and who
prepared tho simple -but abundant
menu that Marshal, then General, Jof
fro sat down to at very Irregular
If tho chefs cullnnry accomplish-
unents were not suporior to his liter
ft'try talent, ono pities poor acncral
ifofffe, undlt must have been a relief
m tho commander In chief to leave
ho mess toblo and return to tho bat-
pilo lino. '
tor. "JSxtormillzntlon of energy Is a
fact that has been known for years
and which fact I took Into considera
tion In my work.
Holds Discovery Valuable.
"This sort of work may throw light
on many of tho biological problems,
such as heredity, and should have an
application on medicine. Tho experi
ment is not exactly along my lino of
work, nnd It Is my Intention to turn
wlint facts I have over to the Univer
sity of California or the California
Academy of Science for further con
sideration, If they enro for them.
"Tho value of my discovery will bo
n possible diagnostic factor In neurol
ogy nnd a contribution to biological
knowledge, I believe," said Doctor
Haley, when asked what his findings
might bo used for.
"Tho 'etherlc double' Is not spiritu
alistic, but, ns I sny, biological nnd,
nldcd by the power of tho humnn body
nnd psychic mechanism effects on the
body, It may bo applied to medicine.
It Is my firm belief that a system of
medlcnl diagnosis may, eventually be
founded on tho theory," the doctor
Doctor Hnley snld ho had been
working on his latest experiment but
Flight to Pole
New York Physician Will Take
Three Experienced Pilots on
Dash to Arctic Regions.
WILL USE ONLY ONE PLANE
Start Is to Bo Mado From Point Bar
row, Alaska, and After Visit to
North Polo Journey Will Be
Continued to Scandinavia.
Washington. Plans for an airplane
lllght to tho north pole und across the
Arctic zone from Alaska to Norway, to
bo attempted In September, were an
nounced by Kdwln Fairfax Nuulty of
New York, a physician long Interested
In polar exploration nnd aviation.
Mr. Nnulty said tho plnns call for
tho use of only one ulrplnuc nnd a
party of four, which would Include
himself nnd three experienced pilots,
all ex-service flyers, and that his son,
Leslie Fairfax Naulty, Is going to Kit
ropo to take care of plans for continu
ation of the flight from North Cape
via the Scandinavian capitals, to Lou
don. Hop Off at Point Barrow.
Thr start of the scientifically Impor
tant pint of the attempt tho trans-
,.r- "wsf x
,-y av-rttt?- Al
K?V- ' -A
r i i: -
IS BIG FEEDER
"During tho battle of tile Marne,"
says tho chef, "thp general put away
enough food to feed three ordinary
Then he adds naively:
"I hope monsieur lo mnrcchnl won't
mind whnt I say about tho general."
Ono of the most amusing Incidents
related by the chef Is thnt on Sep
tember 12, when It became clear that
tho enemy wus In full flight north
ward nnd thnt tho battlo was won,
congratulations weroin order, and ho
received Instructions thnt tho menu
for tho dinner should ho us much of
n banquet as his raw material would
Just ns tho meal was about to bo
completed a Hritlsh nutomobllo camo
ui to hendquurters with a basket of
chotnpngno ns u token of congratu
lation to tho French staff. It camo
from a Hritlsh unit "In Unison." Tho
chef wns Just getting rendy to servo
It when ho noted thnt the bottles boro
n German rnnrk, nnd he Informed tho
u j v, ML
SABIN AND HIS SHELL
To .7. O. Snbln, snllor on the Wll
mctte, nnd who has been nt tho Chi
cago Pngcnnt of Progress nnvy dis
piny, fell the honor of firing the first
shot In tho navy In the Into war. Sn
bin, while n gun pointer on the nnvnl
auxiliary collier Jupiter, fired the first
shot In tho Bny of Illscny Juno 5,
1017, at n German submarine; nnd
nt Chicago very recently acted as
gunpolnter of tho crew thnt Bank tho
German submarine U-07. Ho Is seen
hero with tho case of tho first shell.
polar and trnns-Arctlc lllght Is to be
made from Point Harrow, Alaska, Mr.
Naulty unnounced, nnd the route to
the polo will be, ns far ns lllght condi
tions permit, along the meridian of
1C5 west. Tho distance from Point
Harrow to the polo Is 1,200 nnutlcal
miles, and It Is the plan thnt tho first
stop will be mado half way.
The second stop Is to be made nt tho
north pole or as near as there Is n
landing. The routo will then bo to
Spltzborgen, landing west of Andrae
From Spitsbergen, the fourth leg of
the flight calls for u landing a Bear
Island, and thence to North Cape, Nor
way. Only One Plane to Go.
Mr. Naulty said thut only ono plnne
would bo used.
Tho complete routo will be from
Seattle to Ketchikan, Alaska; Ketchi
kan to Anchorage, Anchorage to Nome,
Nome to Point Harrow, nnd thence
across the polar regions to North Cape,
Norway, and thenco by taxi flights via
Chrlstlanla anil Stockholm to London.
From Point Harrow across the polo
to Spitsbergen, a distance of 1,800 nuu
tlcal miles, will be regarded as the
transpolor lllght. From Point Harrow
to North Cape, n distance of 2.-100
miles, will be regarded as tho trans
Mr. Naulty snld he had been con
vinced by years of study of data of
ocean, Ice, and wind currents that land
exists In tho form of an archipelago,
Isolated mountain peaks, or a low
rnngo of "tolling out" hills, In the re
gion lying between 120 west nnd 1!J5
east nnd 75 north and the pole.
UNEARTH GIANT WITH HORNS
Petrified Body Found by Tennessee
Miners Is Six Feet Four
Knoxvllle, Tcnn. Workmen of the
Keeiie-Strunk Coal company nt Helen
wood, Scott county, hnve found hurled
In tho earth nnd petrified, n giant (I
feet -1 inches tall. Imbedded in the
one-time llesh about Its neck Is a beau
tiful chiiln. Tho lingers are perfect,
with long, tnperlng nails. The hands
aro folded across the breast. On
either hide of Its bend arc two horns,
each about four Inches In length. Its
weight Is about -150 pounds.
It Is on exhibition In Helenwood,
where It Is being vlsjted by thousands
Speeds Tax Collection.
Washington. "Collection of bnck
taxes nro to bo speeded up In lino
with tho policy of cutting down new
taxes, Secretary Mellon announced.
olllcer of the fnct. That worthy for
bade him to servo tho champagne to
tho staff, and ordered him to throw tho
"Wo did," says the chef, "but only
the next morning they were empty."
Took Honey From Hives;
Bees Put It Back Again
Some months ngo, Wallace
Limnlnc. a bcekeenor nt mm.
ford, N. J., took over 100 pounds J
in iiiuiuy i ruin ins npinnes nnd
stored thejioney In tho ganet
of Ills lloiilfT Wlmn lln l-nnt t
the garret, a few days ago, to
gei some or tno Honey, all ho
found was tho empty comb and
frames, all tho honey being
Investigation revealed that
tho bees hud entered tho garret
through a knot holo nnd had
curried tho honoy back Into
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NEWS OF STATE
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
Fire ut Hardy destroyed three build
ings and the entire stock of the Fair
& Hymn Hardware Store. Tho loss
Is estimated at .?20,000.
The steam boiler which supplies
power for drilling at the Heattle oil
well, located it few miles from here,
exploded. Hen Cameron, n tool
dresser, was badly scalded.
A small gas balloon, with message
nttuehed, sent up August 21, from
Humboldt, was found In a pasture
five miles southwest of Skldomore.
Mo according to word reaching Hum
boldt. I'd Voos, who wns working on n
ranch ten miles southwest of Alns
worth, ifled ns the result of Injuries
'suffered when he was thrown from a
mower which ho was operating by a
The third State Convention of the
American Legion, Nebraska depart
ment, will be held In Fremont, Sep
tember i!i), :i0 nnd October 1. de
duced rates from all points In Ne
braska has been granted.
Dr. II. P. Wekesser and J. J. Stroll
of Lincoln aro In Washington to con
fer with Secretary of Commerce
Hoover oyer means for the relief of
their friends and relatives In the val
ley Vif the Voga Itlver, Husslu.
Excessive heat and hot south winds
hns damaged the corn crop In the
vicinity of Heatrlce. Unfavorable
weather the last week, with lack of
moisture, hns cut the crop short fully
lf per cent.
Tho second nnn'unl community pig
club show nnd sports carnival held
nt Oukdnle was a great success. The
attendance far exceeded that of last
year, bourn; conservatively estimated
at :t,000, visitors being present from n
radius of more than fiO miles.
The new receiving building for the
state hospital for the Insane at Hast
ings which has been under construction
for a year nnd u half Is now com
pleted. It Is equipped with a surgery
and hydrotherapy department, and will"
house 12."i patients.
Attendance nt the Custer county fair
this yenr made n new record, when
more thnn twenty thousand people
passed thru the gates. Hundreds of
auto loads of visitors came from fifty
to seventy-five miles to view the show,
and the grounds this year were Inade
quate Jo take care of the people.
No Nebraska apples will be In tho
market this fall, according to a state
ment made by Arthur J. Weaver of
Falls City, ono of tho big apple
kings of southeastern Nebraska.
Weaver has marketed several thous
and barrels of apples every year. Ho
said this was the first complete failure
In the apple crop ho had experienced
In eighteen years.
The entire melon patch of live acres
at the stato Institution for feeble
minded, cast of Heatrlce, has been des
troyed by vandals mid Dr. Stewnrt,
superintendent, Issued a statement to
the effect that they need not come
again ns the Job had been coiniileted.
Hroken melons were found over the
patch nnd along the highway by
Sheriff Emery, who visited the stuto
Tho citizens of Denton nnd surround
ing territory nre petitioning the post
master general to cause the present
rural route of Denton to be revised and
another route laid out. This Is with a
view of giving rural carrier service to
all the patrons In the contiguous ter
ritory. They say that some of them
not now served by rural route have
no better service than that afforded
forty years ngo. The proposed plan
will make two routes of, thirty-one
miles each. A territory of Denton Is
Mart Smith, GO, who .was being
taken to the Lincoln asylum, jumped
off the passenger train a few miles
west of Oslikosh. 'Shortly before the
train arrived at Oslikosh, Smith asked
to be taken to the wash room. On
leaving the room the officer stepped
abend nnd the door was shimmed shut
by tho patient, who Immediately Jump
ed through the window. The train
was stopped nnd Smith picked up nnd
brought to town. Ho was apparently
too badly Injured to attenint lo oscmii
after the fall ami, medical attention
was given him. Ills homo is at Hroad
water. The United States bureau of
markets and the Nebraska bureau of
markets 'and marketing aro moving
their field equipment from Kearney to
Alliance to Issue a dally potato bullet
in at that place.
The hot windy days the past week
In Hamilton Vanity hns dono consider
able damage to the corn crop. One
month ago, local observers predicted
that the corn crop In Hamilton county
would bo phenomenal, lllght now, It
is being freely stated thut the corn
crop will bo cut one-half. Much of tho
corn has ripened too rapidly and will
bo light and chaffy.
The Scrlbner Agriculture Society
will hold their nnnual .fair this year,
September 11, 15 nnd 10. Secretnry
Stovers announces ninny now features
for this year's fair.
Chief telephone .operator nt Ply
mouth, who gave tho tip which caused
tho capture of Henry Slack and John
Ilorton, prisoners who escaped from
the penitentiary on tiro night of August
10 and wore returned two days latter.
Miss ltuppol snw two men walking
along tho tracks out of Plymouth.
From a description of tho runaway
convicts sho mado up her mind that
these were tho men wanted.
Excavation has been completed and
work will commence Immediately ou
the new city hall at Hclvldere.
According to figures Just made pub
lic, 0,200 Nobrusknns are receiving $1,-201.-152
pension money mutually.
Tho city council of North Plntte
hns let tho contract for it sanitary
main sewer to the North Pintle Plumb
ing & Heating Co., for $r:J,U(M).
Corn has matured rapidly during tho
Inst ten days in Cuming county and
lias become hard, with no doubt of tho
crop yielding much better thnn lust
After an absence of 15 years, James
Druba of (Jenovit will visit relatives'
at Illntun, Hohenila, sailing on tho
"George Washington" from New York
Stalks fifteen feet high with ears of
corn nine feet . from the base wero
raised on the Hoy Hlatt farm south
west of Suporior and brought to that
place for exhibition.
Deputy United Slates Marshal Tom
Carroll of Lincoln, has announced his
resignation from that post, effect I vo
September 1. He will go Immediately
to the staff of U. S. ltohrer, federal
Tho citizens of Nellgh, rather thnn
do without lee, hnve made arrange
ments to supply the city from Plain
view. The local supply almost Is ex
hausted. Ice delivered from that
place will cost ."?1.50 per hundred.
Earl Porter, president of the Aero
Club of Oniitha, whlcli organization Is
fostering tho air congress to be held
In Omaha November 11, -1 and 5, an
nounced that u second Invitation would
bo sent at once to Marshal Foch to
visit the congress.
Dorothy, small daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Allen, sustained severe
burns on the face, chest and hands
when n dynamite cap was exploded by
her brother, Arthur, while playing
near n Hell grade school near their
homo south of Auburn.
Tho Itev. Jacob Adrlnnce, founder
of the Methodist church In Fremont In
lSr3, was present at the final servlco
held In the old Methodist church at
Eighth nnd Broad streets. The Hnv.
Mr. Adrlnnce Is now past J)0 years of
ago. The church will bo wrecked,
starting this week, to make room for
a new edifice.
The commercial potnto crop In
western Nebraska promises to be ns
larger or larger than tho crop of
iu-v, according to O. D. Miller, repre
sentative of the federal and state
marketing bureaus at Alliance, who
recently mnde n tour of the western
potnto counties. Assessors' reports
show increased potato acreage In
nearly every county, especially in tho
central nnd northern districts, which
will be only partly offset by the poor
stand found In a large number of fields
In the dry land districts.
Leo .Tames Fisher, 2-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher, living on a
ranch 10 miles southwest of Alliance,
was drowned In n water tank on tho
ranch. The mother had left tho child
In tho house for its afternoon nap
wiille she and other members of the.
family were working a short distance
from the house. When she returned
20 minutes later and found the child
missing from the house a search was
started. The body was found In tho
water tank In about 14 inches of water.
Efforts were made to resuscitate the
boy but to no avail.
Charles W. Pugsley of Nebraska,
hits been selected by President Hard
ing for appointment as assistant sec
retary of agriculture to succeed Dr.
Elmer D. Hall, whoso resignation,
eflectlve October 1, was announced at
the White Douse. Mr. Pugsley, who
was born and reared on a farm, was
recommended by Secretary "Wallace as
possessing the qualifications needed
In the department. His ntinolntmcnt
also was recommended by republican
leaders or Nebraska and farm organi
zations. Mr. Pugsley fur several years
was' nsslstant professor of nnlmal In-
dustry at the .University of Nebraska.
At present he Is editor of the Nebraska
The homo of Charles Zlnk, ln"nn
exclusive residence district of Lincoln,
was partly wrwked by an explosion,
the result, Chief of Police Johnstone
says, of a bomb placed, he believes,
by design close to the foundation of
the house. The explosion wrecked tho
west wall of the basement nnd raised
the house from Its foundation, broke
gas pipes In two and wrecked the fur
nace. Mr. and Mrs. Zlnk were nsleen
In a room almost directly above whero '
hte foundation was blown out, but
neither wns Injured. The explosion '
was so loud that it wns heard a mile
away and aroused tho neighborhood
for (docks around.
Mnjor Floyd Shiiinnker, a Fremont
boy who Is stationed at lort Sill, Oklu.,
arrived In Fremont lu an ueroplnna
from Fort Sill, lie camo to visit his
Upon the application of Cnrl Mode
sltt, holder of more than 15,000
worth of stock In tho big concern,
tho Peters Trust Co., of Omaha was
nnmed as receivers for the Wells-Abbott-NIeinan
Milling Co. of
Schuyler. The bond for the Peters
Trust wns plncod at $50,000 by Fed
eral Judge Woodrough, who signed
the order nnd announced thnt there
will he a henrlng within a few dnys.
A crowd estimated at 2,000 people
attended the first annual community
picnic at the Griffith grove south of
With payment of taxes slow and
little" rovenuo In tho stato treasury
promised In the nenr future, D. 11.
Cropsoy, stato treasurer,'" In n iotter
to Governor McKelvIo forecasted tho
possible need of registering state war
rants and paying Interest "until the
treasury Is reploted. IIo also recom
mended tho utmost economy In tho
handling of various stnto Institutions
during tho lean months und suggested
curtailment of public road work.
IMPROVED UNIFORM ITfTERNATIONA! '
v Lesson f
iUy Ut:v. V. u. FITSiWATEU, I). D
Tciulier of KubIUIi Hlblo lu tlio Moody
llibto Institute of Chicago.)
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LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 11
PAUL IN ATHENS.
L-HSSON THXT-Acts 17:Ifi-3l.
UOLDliN TKXT-ln him we live, and
move, and have our belm;. Acts 1'iiS.
UISFKHHNCB MATUHIAL-Luico 4:10-
i'KIMAUY TOl'IC-I'uul TellliiB tho,
People about God.
JUNIOR TOPIC-Pnul 111 Atttonn.
INTUKMICUtATU AND SHNlOit TOPIC
In n Famous llrcck City.
VOUNO PKOPLH ANU ADULT TOPIC
Paul In a Centr of I.e.irnlnK. Heine
Driven from Uerea, Tuul Plod to Athens.
I. The Idolatry of the Athenians
Athens wus the Ititollectual metrop
olis of the world at that time, tho
home of the world's great eloijuenco
and philosophy. Paul's spirit was
stirred within him when lie saw the
city wholly given to Idolatry.
II. The Parties Concerned (vv. 17
21). True to his usual custom Paul went
Into the Jewish synagogue and entered
Into earnest argument with the Jews.
From them he turned to such as worn
found lu the market place. Here lu
came Into touch with the Kplcurean
and Stoic philosophers.. The former
were atheistic materialists. They de
nied the doctrine of Creation. They
-gave theiiwelves tip to sensual In
dulgences since they had no Idea of
future Judgment. The latter were
pantheists. When tlicy heard the
ipreachlng of Pauf they desired to
know what new doctrine lie preached,
so they Invited him to the Areopagus
where he might speak to them of his
new doctrine. They luiiulred as to
what this "babbler" might say:
word "babbler" means literally
Ml. Paul's Address" on Mars' Hill
1. The Introduction (vv. -22, 2.1). Ho
did not accuse them of "superstition"
ns the A. V. would make It. but as In
the Am. It.-V. he Introduces his dis
course In n courteous and conciliatory
manner, stating that he perceived that
they were very religious. This he ex
plained by staling that as he was view
ing their city he beheld an altar with
an Inscription "To the Unknown God."
Tills was his point of contact. He
proceeds nt once to connect It with
tlio Idea of the living God. implying
that this altar had been erected to
Illni. Ho was too wise to begin at
once to denounce heaJI.etilHni and
2. The hotly of his discourse
25). (a) He created
material universe (v. 21). This was n
direct blow nt the philosophy of both
the Epicureans mid the Stoics. He did
not attempt to prove the existence of
God; It needs no proof. The lllblo
everywhere assumes tho existence of
n divine being, (b) Ills .splritunllty
and Immensity (vv. 21, 2.")). lie Is
not served with "men's hands as
though lie needed anything," neither
Is lie confined by any sort of religious
temple. P.elng essentially splrltunl
He demnnds heart-service, and being
transcendent above all He Is not con
fined to earthly temples, (c) Ills ac
tive providence (v. 2."). He gives ex
istence, bestows needed gifts, and as
sovereign directs nil thing?.
t (2) Declaration Concerning nifm (vv.
2(5-:il). (u) His common origlnv. 2(1).
Tills was a blow at the foolish Athen
ian pride which supposed that they
were superior to all other people. This
proposition he proved from their own
literature (see v. 2S). If men are the
(ITsprlng of God nnd bear Ills like
ness It Is utter folly to make Images
ns the senseless Idols were, (b) Na
tions have their placo by the sov
ereign purpose of God (v. 20). Tho
position nnd mission of ench nation Is
of God's appointment, (e) Men should
seek God (v. 20). Ills goodness and
grace In supplying all our needs, and
ordering even the affairs of the nn
tions should move man to see and seek
God, for IIo Is Indeed very near to
every one; so nenr thnt our exlstenco
nnd movements nre nil under Ills con
trol (v. 27). (d) Pressing obligation
to repent (vv. 110, HI). This wns his
supremo message. Though God had
formerly passed over Idolatry Ho now
calls to all men to repent. Tho solemn
reason for such nction Is I lie coming
day of Judgment, tho credent lol of
which Is the resurrection of Jesus
Christ from tho dead. The Judgment
of God of an unbelieving world is as
sure as this fact. Men will lie,Judgeil
on the basis of their attitude toward
IV. Result of Paul'o -Preaching vv.
1. Some mocked (v. .12).
2. Some proorastlnntod (v. 32).
fl. Sonio believed (v. 111).
All to God.
You should frequently arouse with
in yourself tho desire tofclve lo God
all tho faculties of your soul that Is,
of your mind, to know Him and think
of Him, and of your will, to love Him
nnd further sock to consecrnto 'all
your outwnrd senses to Him In all
their notions. Fenelon.
The spirit of Chrlstlnn unity must
he cultivated between tho different
churches before formnl union can be
effected. Itev. Dr. Douglas.
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