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The best laundered people are the
Grease will cause the rubber In an
automobile tire to crumble.
The tight-fitting British uniform IB
-alleged to be. the cause of much heart
disease among soldiers.
Thousands of square miles of mulberry -
berry trees are planted hi Italy. Trees
live from fifty to seventy years.
Up to date 318 statues of William I
of Germany have been erected In Ger
man towns , at a total cost of about
. Galileo's first telescope was made
from part of a lead water pipe. In
fcach end of which he cemented com
mon spectacle glasses.
Miniature arrow heads cut out of
Jasper and cornelian are found to this
day by Arabs in the desert sands and
strung In necklaces for charms.
There are about 200 deaths yearly in
England due to weather. One hun
dred and forty of these are due to
cold and the rest to sunstroke and
Australia and New Zealand have
inety and one-half million sheep ,
which is just one and a half times aa
many as the whole of the United
The streets of Bombay are excellent ,
as are generally the main roads
throughout India. They are thorough
ly macadamized or metaled and made
smooth by heavy rollers.
An engineer on a Kansas railway
nas made a request to be allowed to
run faster than sixty-five miles an
hour , because a jack rabbit has been
making fun of him on his run.
Before a recruit can be said to have
Joined the British army his name must
be entered sixty-two times and that of
his superior officer twenty-nine times
in the documents required by the war
There Is only one statue in Great
Britain with an umbrella. This Is to
be seen at Reading and represents Mr.
O. Palmer , of biscuit fame , standing
bareheaded with a silk hat and um
brella in hand.
A man in Cincinnati applied to the
courts for an Injunction to restrain the
tongues of the gossips of the neighbor
hood. He learned from judicial sources
, that there are some things beyond the
control of the highest human power.
" The drums used by the Scots Guards
In South Africa have just been sold ,
and in some cases they fetched be
tween $300 and $850 apiece , a price
which Is nearly eight times as much
Jas they originally cost. The proceeds
of these sales go to the band fund.
Bishop Colemau , of Delaware , has
fteen telling an audience that crime in
the United States has increased enor
mously since 1850. In that year there
.Was one criminal In every 3.442 of
population. In 1890 , forty years later ,
the proportion had Increased to one in
Israel Zangwill says : "There are
three reasons why men of genius have
long hair. One is that they forget it
jis growing. The second is that they
like it. The third la that it comes
cheaper. They wear it long for the
same reason that they wear their hats
long. Owing to this peculiarity of
genius you may get quite a reputation
for lack of 25 cents. "
The fisheries of Northern Norway
5iave come to a standstill , owing to a
-tremendous influx of seals along the
coast "and in the fjords. The seals ,
( which come from the White Sea , have
been fought .without avail. The large
fishing population has petitioned the
government for help to exterminate the
plague , which is partly eating and
partly hunting all fish away.
: The largest pair of shoes ever rnanu-
jfactured for actual wear have recently
Jbeen forwarded to their destination by
a. firm of shoemakers at Rockland ,
.Mass. . The size Is labeled " 17 , " and
they are nearly sixteen inches long.
iPour common shoe boxes were requir
ed for packing them two for each
shoe. The buyer is Harvey Murray , a
negro working in a sawmill at Tirrell ,
A carpet Industry was started a few
years ago in a poor district in Donegal ,
And commencing with a dozen women
workers , it has grown to such an ex
tent that it now finds'employment for
several hundred people. The carpets
are hand made , after the Turkish and
Persian fashion , in mosaics of small
jwoolen squares , the designs and col-
jorings being most artistic and effec-
! A CHINESE RECOMMENDATION.
I aimdry Ticket Used by Bejrear a *
Letter from Consulate.
"Do you know I think Chinese charActers -
Acters are the most deceitful things I
ever saw , " said the matron from Grand
boulevard to her North Side friend at
the meeting of the Women's Club last
"I can't read them , so they never de-
delved me , " replied the friend who was
bet Interested In etymology.
[ "Well , I can't either not any more ,
put I liad the strangest experience
Kvith them , and my husband is talking
kbout It yet , " the woman from the
; "One day hist week a hungry-looking
man came to our house. I would have
jthought he was a tramp , only he was
tee polite , and said he was worn out
rrom work. Why , the very first thing
be said was , 'Madame , I am looking
jtor work. '
"I thought of the advice given in thf
circulars which come with the Charltj
Bureau's annual request for subscrip
tions , and I asked , very severely , 'Havf
you any recommendations ? '
" 'Yes , madame , ' replied the man. ' 1
have one I value very highly. It 1 ?
from the Chinese Consul. '
"With that he fished in his pockel
and pulled out a yellow paper , all cov
ered with Chinese characters. It near
ly took my breath away , but I wasn't
going to appear surprised , and mur
muring , 'Wait a moment , please , ' I
took it back to the dining-room and
compared it with the bottom of a plate.
Several of the characters were the
game at least I thought so and th
crockery man had told me those on
the plate meant 'excellent quality , ' sa
naturally I supposed the letter of rec-
commendation told that my caller had
an 'excellent quality. ' He didn't lool ;
it , but I couldn't doubt the word ol
the Chinese Consul.
"I had. him sweep the cellar and gava
him plenty to eat , and , then , as hs
was a friend of the government official ,
I paid him a little more than it wag
worth , about $2. He forgot to tak.j
his recommendation , and I ran nearly
half a block after him to return it , but
he was gone. I was congratulating
myself on the fine souvenir I had when
my husband came home.
"I showed It to him and told about
the Chinese Consul , and he haw-hawed
just like a horrid man. When I asked
him what was the matter , he just
laughed again. After the theater thai
evening' he took me down on Clarlj
street past the Chinese restaurants ,
and there on- the sidewalks were any
number of 'recommendations , ' where
they had been washed from the Chi
nese bulletin boards by the rain. My
husband said they were nothing bill
Chinese advertisements. But the onQ
the man had was nothing but a Chi
nese laundry ticket
"A few nights later that same man
tried to beg a dime from us as we weni
coming from the opera. There hadn't
been any rain for a few days , so 1
guess he was out of consular recom
mendations. But don't talk Chinese to
me at least when my husband iy
around. " Chicago Inter Ocean.
11-E HUSBAND IN A STORE.
He Seemed Ridiculous , bat Had HIi
Own Turn to Laugh.
A man rushed into one of the de
partment stores here in town eng
morning last week and stated in rather
a confidential tone to the saleswoman
whose counter is at the entrance ot
the store that he wanted "a blouse for
" " ' find them tha
his wife. "You'll on
second floor , " she answered , between
numerous giggles. Then the would-
be shopper made for the elevator ,
whether he doubted the young lady's
word as to where he might find the
coveted blouse or whether it was th < >
enthusiasm of his first present cannel
be determined. At any rate every ,
body in the car knew he wanted a
blouse for his wife , and was at las !
directed straight to the counter wher *
blouses of all kinds were on exhibi
"I want a blouse for my wife , " h
shouted to the girl in charge of tha1
counter ; "it must be pretty , and it'i
got to be silk , and let it cost | 20 or $30
I want a good one. "
"What color do you prefer ? " aske *
the astounded clerk.
"Color ? Why , any color. "
"What size , then ? " Bhe shrieke *
back. "Is the lady large or small1'
"Now , that's where you get me , " th <
anxious husband answered. "Some
times I call her fat , and she geta mai
about it , and when I say she's thin
she's furious. Just , give me an ex
pensive silk one , and that will do , '
and at this juncture the shopper real
ized that all the clerks were on , am !
that he was making himself ridiculous
Being a man of resources , he deter
mined to get even.
"Young lady , " he shouted , "you re
member I told you it was for a lady
so just give me any old color and size
anything that takes your eye. It real
ly won't matter , for no matter wha.
it may be it is sure to be exchanged. "
Then it was his turn to laugh , an )
he did. Washington Post.
I am a baby , 11 months old , ant
nearly worn out already. Please le'
I am not a prodigy , except to the ex
tent that , not having anything to say
I don't talk. Two big persons claln
to be my parents why can't they lei
It go at that ? I have never denied
the charge. I haven't much data to go
by but I don't think I am either a ma !
gician , a learned pig , or a virtuoso. I
don't hanker for applause ; so , it will
be an appreciated favor if you won't
put me through any parlor tricks.
If I have my wealthy old Uncle Ez
ra's nose , congratulate Uncle Ezra }
but don't blame me. I may be a klep
tomaniac , for all I know ; but I can't
Don't rattle rattles at me they rat
tle me. Don't goo-goo and ootsle-koot ?
sie at me. I can't understand it any
better than I can the English lan
The pain I have is not in my stomach
ach , but in my neck. I don't want to
be entertained or mystified or medica
ted or applauded. And , if you don't
want me to grow up to be a hypochon
driac , a stamp-collector , an awful ex
ample , a ping-pong enthusiast , or a
misanthrope , you Just lemme be !
Bank at Monte Carlo.
The banks' advantage at Monte Carlo
over the player is less than 2 per cent ,
and It wins about $6,250,000 per
METEOR WINS SUNDAY RACE
Anerlcu Bnttt Yacht Again Shows Her Speed-
Officers Will Give Heceptloi
Kiel , Prussia June 29. Tbe emper-
or's yacht , Meteor , crossed tbe line
first In Saturday's race for cruising ,
schooners class "A" and kept the" ,
lead all the way , over the thirty ,
mile course , beating the Hamburg
in a ten-knot breeze , by 1 % minutes. '
The empress' yacht Iduna , was1
again twenty minutes behind.
Emperor William had as bis guest
on hoard the Meteor during tbe
race , United States Ambassador
Tower , Prince Hnnry of Prussia ,
Prince Adelbert , the emperor's son
Count TieleWenckler , Count Bed-
fern , and United States Naval
Attache T. M. Potts. The emperor
was quite a different man aboard the
yacht , than when aboard the battle
ship , talking about yachting and
snorting matters the whole time.
When lunch time came bis majesty
helped each member of the party
himself from the large cold dishes
provided and Prince Albert photo
graphed the group.
Thoutrh tbe Hamburg was a close
second during the whole of the
race , she lost a minute by club iop-
Sail going to the board.
The ofllcers of bhe Kersarge will
fcive a reception en Monday afterno m
to which the emperor and empress
with Prince and Princess , Henry
and all the notabilities at Kiel hafe
accented invitations. A reception
will be given aboard the Kearsarge
probably next week Tuesday , for tbe
crews of tbe German fleet. The Ger
man sailors will be able to see the
Inside of the ship and will be enter
tained by the crew.
There has been nothing whateter
to complain of regarding the be
havior of the American sailors who
have teen ashore. They are wel-
: omed along the water front , and.
the shops and restaurants are en-
easing interpreters for their con *
lenience. Signs are displayed every
where ' 'Americans are welcome to
Kiel. ' ' The American tars cause
considerable wonderment to the Ger
mans by driving around in carriages
ftnd cabs ; at least half of Kiel's
limited supply of these vehicles is
Mius nightly employed.
May Lose Their Positions
Washington , June 29. Assistant
Secretary Armstrong of the treasury
department has returned to the city
from a brief business trip to New
York , during which he looked into
the cases of Samuel W. Thompson
and Walter K. Eaton , employes of'
the custom house , who advertised as
members of the board of
directors of a mining company whose
business has been under iuvestiga ?
tion bv an official of the postoffice
flepartment. Mr. Armstrong has
tequested a written report from the
officials respecting their connections
with the company in its advertise
ments of the position held by them
under the government and says he
sioects to be ready for Collector
Mr. Armstrong tonight made it
very plain that Messois. Thompson
and Eaton will be required to give up
their connection with the company
If they expect to remain in the cus
toms service , and that if their po
sitions were misrepresented with
their consent and approval , they
will be liable to removal from office.
Treasury officials express decided
uojections to persons employed in
the customs service engaging at the
Same time in some ether business
and intend to break up this practice
is far as possible.
To Stamp Out Lawlessness
Lexington , Ky. , June 9. The
annual session of tbe Kentucky ions
of the Revolution at tbe icsidence of
Major H. B. McGlellon in this citv
closed with the adoption of the
"We of the Kentucky society of
tbe Sons of the Revolution , descendents -
ents of those who staked their all.
to win for themselves and for us
freedom from tyranny and right to
make laws guaranteeing liberty
without license , personal security
and the rights of property ; rever
encing the memory of our ancesters ,
cherishing the institutions they
founded and the laws they establish
ed , realizing that those institutions
can only be preserved by strict obedi
ence to and faithful execution of
those laws by all the citizens and
officers of the state , do hereby :
"Resolve , That we do most sincere
ly deplor- the condition of lawless
ness that has brought reproach on
the state we love.
Plan An Electric Railway
Spearn'sh , S. D , June. 29. The
promoters of the Black Hills & Spearfish -
fish Valley Electric Railway company
have been interviewing farmers and
others along the right cf way. The
distance is a little over thirteen miles
and right of way has been secured
nearly the entire distance. The" com
pany has obtained franchises from
the "city councils of Spearfish and Dead
wood and also from the county com
missioners along the county highways
TREE PLANTING IN NEBRASKA.
GOVERNMENT WORK Off THE POR-
Washington , June 30. One hun
dred acres of land in the sand hill of
the Dismal river forest reserve , Ne
braska , were planted this spring by
the bureau of forestry. On 80 acres
1.000,000 pine seedlings were set out
tbe other 20 acres were sowed with
seed. The work will continue this
summer. Tbe nursery will be en
larged so as to cover 20 acres , which
will hold 2,000,0000 seedlings. The
bureau intends to increase the size
of the nursery gradually so as to ,
make it grow enough seedling trees
every years to furnish sufficient stock
for the planting. It is intended ul
timately turn the whole of the Nio-
brara and Dismal river reserves ,
which are now barren sand hills , in
to forest by planting. The Dismal
river reserve includes 86,000 acres , the
Niobrara reserve 126,000. A survey
of the boundaries of the Niobrara re
serve will be made this summer bj
E. J. S. Moore , of the bureau of
The Bartlett tract lies in tbe Ver-
mejo valley , southwest of Trinidad ,
Colo. , on one of the spurs nf the
Rocky mountains , and borders on
Colorado in one place. It was for
merly part of an old Mexican land
grant. Mr. Bartlett acquired it af
ter the timber rights on nearly all
the land had been sold. Lumbering
of bull pine , the chief tree is now
going on , but most of tbe timber
rights will expire next year and the
owner wants the land to become cov
ered again with a good growth of
forest. It will he necessary , in order
to accomplish this , to keep oui fires
and o improve the natural repro-
iduction of the trees. In cases it will
be necessary to plant.
Lineman's Narrow Escape
Hastings , ' Neb. , June 30. Percy
Morris , a lineman for the Nebraska
Telephone company was badly hurt
Monday afternoon and had a close
call to death.He | | was working on top
of the poleon Hastings avenue when
the large three i neb cable broke from
its fastenings and nearly three hun
dred feet.of it fell to the pavement.
When the" cable fell it caught
young Morrice , slapped him bard
against the pole , stripped his belt
and fastenings from bis body , and cut
a deep gash in his leg. Had it not
been for .the timely assistance of an
other lineman , he would undoubtedly
have fallen to the ground. At tbe
time the cable fell a boy was riding
by on a bicycle , and the cable knocked
him off the wheel anc * piled him in
a heap. The spectators were so much
concerned for the injured lineman
that the boy was entirely overlooked
and he rode olT before anyone could
Ammon Qets Sentence.
New York , June 30. Robert A.
Ammon , attorney for William F.
Miller of the Franklin syndicate , was
yesterday sentenced to an indetermi
nate term in states prison of not less
than four nor more than four and a
half years. The maximum penalty for
this offence is five years Ammon was
convicted uf having received stolen
money from Miller.
The specific charge on which Am-
mon was convicted was that he re
ceived $30,500 of the money obtained
by the Franklin " 520" per cent syn
dicate. Milller is no v serving a ten
years' sentence and was the chiel
witness at tbe trial. District At
torney Jerome , it is under
stood , will take steps to secure a par
don for Miller as he is said to be dy
ing of consumption. Ammon's at
torney moved for a new trial , giving
seven reasons for such a motion. , Hq
also moved for an arrest , of judge :
ments. Both motions were denied bj
Judge Newburger. The sheriff's com
mitment on motion of the dfend -
ant's council was withheld until to
morrow to allow an application to a
supreme court justice for a certifi ;
cate of reasonable doubt. Latei
Mr. Heuse , Ammon's attorney , ap
plied to Justice Truax of the sn >
preme court for a certificate of reasonable
enable doubt. Justice Truax granted
an order returnable July 1. District
Attorney Jerome is preparing a peti
tion to be sent to the governor ask
ing clemency in tbe case of Miller.
The petition will be asked on the
ground that Miller has rendered val
uable services to the state in testify
ing against Ammon and also that h <
is verv ill.
Sir Frederick Pollock Coming
Sir Frederick Pollock the famous
English lawyer and law writer ci
London , has cabled his acceptance of
an invitation to.read a paper before
the annual meeting of the American
Bar association , which will be heh' '
"at Hot Springs , Va. , August26 to 28
Shaw Will Take a Rest.
Washington. June 30. Secretary
Shaw will leave Washington tonighl
for New York and tomorrow he will
go to Middletown , Conn. , to attend
the celebration of the two hundredth
anniversary of the birth of John Wes-
rley by the Wesleyan university in that
Icity. It Is understood the university
I will confer on the secretary the de-
jgree of L. L. D. , It is not likely thai
tbe secretary will return to Wash
ington until after July i.
COREY IS APPOINTED
TO ASSUME MANAGEMENT TO
GIANT STELL COMBINE
SCHWAB IS IN ILL HEALTH
SO SAYS OFFICIAL CIRCULAR RE
LATING TO CHANGE.
of Carnecle Company To Take
Clmtge uf tbe Uiilted State * Steel
Ait the Analstnnt to Presi
New York , July 1. Keports pre
valent for months past that Charles
M. Schwab would retire from tbe
presidency of the United States
Steel corporation culminated today
in the appointment as an assistant
to tbe president of W.E. Corey , pres
ident of the Carnegie Steel company.
The formal announcement was made
by Richcrd Trimble , secretary of the1
finance committee in the following
form : "Inconsequence of the con
tinued ill-healh of tbe president , he
has requested the appointment of an
assistant to perform the active du
ties of the presidency : and at to
day's meeting of tbe finance commit
tee Mr. W. E. Corey , president r-f
the Carnegie Steel company was ap
pointed to such position.
Announcement of Mr. Corey's ap
pointment occasioned no surprise in
financial circles , where it had been a' '
matter.of common knowledge tbatatj
least one important change was peud- '
inp in tbe personnell of the steel cor
The finance committee of the steel
corporation is dominated , according
to popular belief , by Mr. Morgan and
Lis friends. One of its leading mem
bers is H. C. Frick who was induced
by Mr. Morgan to accept a place on
the committee. The strongest pres-j
sure was brought to bear upon Mr.1
Frick in March last to accept the1
presidency of the corporation but
Frick resolutely declined. None of
the officials of the steel corporation
would discuss Mr Corey's appoint
ment or the causes that led to it.
Suffering With Lockjaw
Lincoln , July 1. Henry F. Peters ,
of 2803 Holdredge street , is suffering - '
ing from an attack of tetanus or
jockjaw. The physicians pronounce
the attack a mild one , but his condi
tion is so serious that he may noti
recover. About ten days ago Mr.
Peters was larieting a calf -near his
home when the rope became twisted
about bis band and in the endeavor
to control the anLnal , a hole was
burned to the bone of the forefinger.
He paid no attention to tbe hurt
further than to apply the usual home
remedies until the finger began to
swell , when he visited a physician
who dressed the wound. The injury
began to be very troublesome last
Friday , when a physician advised him
and that he was in a serious condi-
and that he had better take a
long sweat bath to remove all traces
of the pnison which seemed to be
taking hold of bis system. He still
thought there was ilttle danger and
put this off. On reaching home that
evening he was seized with muscular1
contractions and spasms of the throat
and chest resembling the symntoms
of lockjaw and help was speedily
summoned. It was necessary to
place him under the influence of
antti-spasmodics to relieve the in
tense suffering. Monday he rested a
little easier tboueh be was by no
means out of danger. The casa is ;
termed a mild one and there isapos- :
sible chance of his recovery Mr.
Peters is a well known real estate
man. He was a candidate for a mem
ber of the school board little over a
Picture Man Arrested
Fremont , Neb. , July 1. Arthur
Muller of St. Paul , Minn. , a young
farmer who nas been taking pictures
of families at their homes and selling
them , was arrested during the noon
'hour ' yesterday on the charge of as
sault and batteiy on Mrs. Mary Nel
son , wife of Andrew Nelson living
at tbe corner of First and Platte ,
and for using insulting and abusive
language to her. The offense took
place this morning at Mrs. Nelson's
A short time ago Muller took a pic
ture of the Nelson family in front of
their abode , and this morning he
went to deliver some of the views.
Mrs. Nelson had understood him to
say that she would not need to take
.any pictures unless she wanted tc ,
.and when Muller called today she
told him that she would not buy any.
He held the screen door open and
commanded her to look at the views.
A Disappointed Office Seeker.
Columbus , Neb. , July l. E. W.
Mann cf Monroe , was fined $27 in tbe
county court Monday for the destruc
tion of personal property belonging
to the village of Monroe. It is said
that Mann was disappointed this
spring in not being made overseer of
streets for the village. The evidence
showed that while tiling was in pru-
cess of being put ; down for gutters , '
he took a pickaxe and zealously wenf
to work breakiuc unlhe tilin .
S ebraska Notes
Good fishing is reported In lh
liclnity of Ewing.
* * *
A bail storm near Edgar did con-
ilderable damage Sunday.
Thomas B. Walker has been
ippointed postmaster at A tkinson.
* * *
Mrs. Harriet Wilkins of York died
ifter an illness of siz months.
* * *
Miss Isabelle Sbelp , aged 76 years
lied yesterday at her home in Har-
* * *
Tbe postal department has discon *
.inued tbe postoffice at Weber ,
After being married Just
two months Mrs. Myrtle Germanie
Hall died yesterday at Verdon.
State Treasurer Peter Mortenson
ivas in Ord and told the people that
oe thinks Ord will get the &sw
The young daughter of John
fluttemier at Beatrice died of blood
poisoning caused by an abscess on
tbe left leg.
Farmers In Holt county insist fcbat
the bridge over the Elkhorn river is.
mt sufficient and have petitioned1
( or another one.
The electric railroad from Butte to
Napier is said to be an assured. fact
ad work is expected to commence
In the near future.
One thousand tons of steal rails.
have been contracted for to build )
tbe double track of the Union Pacific
west of Grand Island.
A four year scholarship afc
Wesleyan university has been awarded ?
Glen Crammer , an Albion boy , wha
lust graduated from tbe High school )
The Rushville Recorder urges the-
farmers in that vicinity to raise bogs !
and alfalfa and claims tbac it will bei
a money making consideration.
As things are In a prosperous con
dition in valley county it has beer *
decided tc hold a fair at Ord Octo-
S&-30 and November 1.
Tfce falling of a platform on which
a ladder was standing precipitated ?
Wilson Lumpeck , a Beatrice painter. -
a distance of fifteen foot , seriously
Fire yesterday at Superior partially
destroyed the Superior hotel. The
loss to the building will be $1,500
and to the goods will ba $500 , all.
* * *
Silas Bates , a pioneer of Nebraska ,
died yesterday at his home at
Davenport. The funeral will be
held today he leaves one son and two
* * *
Beatrice now has a police patrol
formed from the members of the
volunteer fire department. It is
composed of fifteen men and will
keep order at fires.
* * *
Edward and Garrett Clancy oi
West Point left yesterday "for the
Philllpine Islands. They passed tbe
civil service examination and will
take clerkships in Manila.
A trainload of feeding cattle
oound for Montana was ditched
near Blair yesterday on the North- .
western. Eive cars were smashed )
but only one steer was badly hurt.
Miss Anna Stock of Pierce hat
filed a petition for divorce from hei
husband , alleging non-support and
cruelty. She says he has whipped
her three times since their marriage
five months ago.
* * *
Yesterday at Lincoln tbe thirty *
sixth annual convention of th <
Nebraska Sunday School associattoi
met at University Place. Goveruo *
Mickey delivered an address oe
"Christian Citizenship. "
Governor Mickey yesterday visited
Murderer William Rhea in the peni-
teniary at the latters request.
An order has been issued for t
meeting Thursday of the stati
military board. The board consists
of Brigadier General Barry , Cclonef
J. A. Erhardt , judge advocate , ani
Adjutant General Culver.
An embryo young P. T. Bam ark , .
who is trying to get up a great she *
of his own , ran against a snair h <
had 'no looked for. When evert-hinjj
else was In he found that none oi
his girl friends would do the hooch *
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