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And His Stomach
Is All Right
Thonsnnds With Poor Teeth Hnvo
Good Digestion by UMnR Btiiart's
Dyspepsia Tablet After Meals.
Whether or not wo eat too much, is a
matter for Individual Judgment, Benja
mln Franklin tiled the experiment of liv
ing on a handful of raisins. But ho dis
covered that the question wasn't what he
ate nor the quantity thereof, but one of
digestion and assimilation. The normal
perron eats heartily, and with keen en
joyment. That )s because his mind doesn't
anticipate stomach trouble. And If he
doe have an attack of sour stomach or
Indigestion he knows that the use of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give quick relict.
4. Oentlawan of th "Old School" Who
Xtsps Up With the Timas.
Many people have poor teeth, weak
gums, sore tenth and Oliver bothersome
troubles that prevent a vigorous masti
cation of food. And Instead of eating
1. -i .,. n th nnn.
tlte they go In for thotfo savory dishes.
the very bdnr of which starts the saliva
and makes the stomach fairly revel with
This Is but a natural condition. Any-
thing else borders upon the Indifference
which fostens Indigestion and chronic
It mar be safely said that it should not
be a question of diet or any kind of food,
or teeth or oven any of the reflexes which
are supposed to have their Influence in
deranging the stomach. It Is simply a
matter of supplying the stomach and dl-
gostlve organs with those known oasis-
tants such as pepsin, and hydrochloric
acid, both of which have a direct and
powerful action upon tho contents of tho
One grain of a single Ingredient In
. Ptuarfs Dyspepsia Tablet will digest
MOO grains of food. Tills saves your
itomach and gives It the rest It needs.
Ail muscles require occasional rest If
Ihey are ever "VM-taxed. The stomach
Is no exception to this rule.
b ZZ'ZZZZ hJ ev?r 1
:rnn.,ut Ibem Z asouT at W
Saaitirittm and Rest
2232 Sherman Avenue
Tho A. Hospo' Co. havo
installed a largo order of
beautiful Oil Paintings,
Steel Engravings, Etch
ings and Tapestry Pic-
tures in tho "Eoszello San
itarium and Rest Homo,"
making tho interior of tho
institution ono of tho most
attractive in tho wost.
An ideal institution for
chronic invalids, convales
cent patients and those
needing tho rest euro.
"Write for literature.
MRS. J. R. MUSIOK,
Sunday Table- D'llote Dinner
rroja Uiao A. X to 8 P. U,
lsee-io stowtrd st.
Blue Point on U Shell
D ; olives
Puree of Tomato with Rice
Small Filets of Salmon au Deurre Noir
Iloast Haunch of Lamb Mint Sauo
Roast Spring Chicken Stuffed,
Green Apple Fritters, Brandy Sauce
VanUl Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
November I, ltlX
3AOX Simi, Xaaagsr.
WM. J. BOEKHOFP,
TIMELY REALESTATE GOSSIP
Realty Dealers Arc Still Figuring on
ITS WORKINGS IN CHICAGO
II y Request of 3lany Interested In
risn, a Itrport of'n flnccesaful
Syndicate la Here Pub
lUhrd. Omaha Investigators of the co-operative
plan of real estate Investment have
found encouragement along the new line
through what Is being done with it In
Chicago. Tho Boo has been requested to
publish In this column for the benoflt of
thoes who are Interested In the plan, a
report of Its workings In Chlcaeo.
The Chlcaeo plan and what It Is doing
Is described In the following- from the
T , L . . , . . "'Ife's cruel and hard:
and operation of syndicates In real ostate, Everywhere I am barrodj
notably business property In the district! There's nothing in llfo for me.
f -.ni.. a ,, .'Outcast by society.
v,..... 'Now daw, of notoriety,
because of tho facility with which they
are handled and the profits which havo
been realised in aomo instances. In some
ensex large downtown properties have
been financed through the moans of bor
rowed funds, tho members of the syndi
cate not bolng called upon to aupply any
Tho first syndicates In Chicago were
organised by Aldls St Co., and Include
what are known as the City Real Estate
trustees, tho Boston ground rent trustees,
tho trustees under the Harrison trustees
and others. The success with which these t
were bundled appealed to others and
among tho first to adopt it on an ex-
tensive scale were White & Tabor, who,
1,1 u. oesa" t0 hn"al Chicago business
Pperty In this way. The method Is to
combine a number of small inventors and
consolidate their capital In the purchase
" handling of business properties, large
n'"l " Without some such plan as
oniy ncn men aro aoio to grasp ana
successfuly handle the opportunities
which tho real estate market offers,
Thoy were led to do this by the dls-
covcry that contrary to the opinion of
some people that a man may bo Induced
to sell his property at a flguro which wilt
enable another to make a profit, scarcely
a week passed but that some property
in tho business center or In some transfer
corner was sold at a figure considerably
under Its real value. When such oppor-
tunlty arose It involved the Investment
0f anywhere from $50,000 to JTM.OOO cash
n(J thero were few investors, able to
lako fiavnntag0 of It at the moment,
UmUr tho cut ftnd Meil yttom or ren
MUt nrokemBO u was nocpMftry whon
such ftn opportunlt. 0fcre(, tQ ecure
ft ,nnlvlt,Ua, pUrci,ap,r The diff,cultv of
"nmnB an mediate purchaser in this
Wfty WM oW of 0,1 Proportion to the real
value or safety of tho Investment offered
for tho reason that the man who had
the means to handle the purchase might
have his funds temporarily tied up.
After an experiment extending over a
year among their personal friends and
associates, White & Tabor decided to
extend their operations, the aim being
to allow the public to subscribe to their
real eatato syndicates In any amount de- '
Sired and Issue to thorn securities In the
form of trustee certificates and to pur- ,
chase for them safo business properties
showing a good not Income at the time
bf purchase, capable of Improvement and
with great promise of futuro Increase In
land values. They did not promise an
enormous return upon the Investment
but they did guarantee at least 6 por
cent upon such Investments, and the In
vestor having In addition to such regu
lar Income all the advantages of un
earned Increment In the form of a nat
ural Increase In rents and ground values.
Whon tho property Is turned over the
shareholder gets his proportion of the
profits Just the eamo as though he owned
tho property himself.
Tho syndlcato plan with White & Tabor
was not an experiment. In Massachu-
xetts, whorl) the stato laws prohibit cor
porations owning and controlling real
estate, Just as do tho laws of Illinois, the
trustee system which they have adopted
has long been a recognised form of In
vestment. Trustee certificates have long
been dealt In on the Ooston stock mar
ket Just as the ordinary stock certificate.
Under this syndlcato plan the man with
from fSOO to $5,000 to Invest has Just as
good an opportunity for a proportionate
Income and Increase In his capital as the
rich man. With 100 Investors at $GGo
each, assuming a mortgage, a 3100,000
property can be bought. With 100 at
15,000 each, a $1,000,000 property can bo
As an Illustration White & Tabor or
ganised the syndicate wh!ch purchased
the leasehold at 203 and 306 Fifth ave
nue, the original syndlcato consisting ot
seven Individuals. Within ono year two
of the original owners sold their Inter
est at a profit of CO per cent and op
tions have been purchased on two of the
remaining interests at 100 per cent profit
to the owners. Another illustration is
I ,n connection with the property at 214 to
Idlcato, after four months, sold Us hold
ings at a profit which netted the ,secur-
lty holders CO per cent In four months.
This ts Just an Illustration of the out-
come of the smaller deals, and while
none or the other syndicates organised
have disposed of their holdings, thoy
all show a handsome profit and yield
the member a return in excess ot 6 per
The whole aim is to safeguard the In
terests ot the members ot the syndi
cate. They first -make up each syndi
cate of equal shares, that Is, making
each particular syndicate with shares of
tne IUU9 amount, whether they are 35CO,
$1,000 or 36,000 each. White St Tabor as
Jit, siVawaa In nnw vn
but to show their faith la their
own proposition, the member ot thla
firm aa Individuals, are always wilUng
to take a share of the investment, but
they have no greater Interest In the syn
dlcate than that of any Individual share
holder. The compensation to them as
brokers on all syndicate deals Is at the
rates prescribed by the Chicago real
The Balrd building Is the name civosen
for the four-story and basement struc
ture, 06x132, that the Boston Ground Rent
trustees are building through the man
aEement of their Omaha agents, the Mc-
Cague Investment company, Seventeenth
and Douglas attests.
It Is named out of compliment to the
veteran lawyer, William Balrd. who has
been for many years and still Is attorney
for the Boston Interests, which are very
large In this cUy.
Slashed with at Hasor,
wounded with a gun, or pierced by
rusty nail, Bucklen's Arnlcal Salve soon
heals the injured part. Guaranteed. So.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
Dope Fiend Writes
Sob Poem Just as
Just before ho was sentenced to thirty
days In the county Jail for stealing a suit
of underwear, Frank Clark, a drug fiend,
presented to Judge Abraham I Sut
ton of tho criminal court a poem entitled
"The Coko Fiend Story," Clark Is an
artist. The poem was written on a sheet
of note paper, folded once so as to moke
four pages. The poem Is embellished with
beautifully drawn borders and head and
tall pieces such as are found In rare old
hand-Illumined and decorated books. The
poem Is as follows:
Homeless and friendless,
Ilagged and penniless. t
Nothing but hardships I know.
Life's troubles ara many;
Pleasures not any;
Nothing but troubles wherever I go.
Only the scum of humanity.
With life I am disgusted;
By all I am distrusted,
Living a life of shame.
Paused by unworthy,
Filthy and dirty,
Living In misery, suffering and pain.
Cause of my shamot
'Twas caused by cocalno
A habit which holds me fast;
Took from mo respect,
Left mo a wreck,
Over my llfo a dark shadow oast.
Made mo a thief,
Tald me with grief-
Behind the strong prison wall;
itobbed me of brain,
Mndo me do tho some.
Foil from respect disgraced by the Cfvll.
Cocaine, my only ambition;
Without llfo a lonely Intermission,
With only a madding crave;
A sonsatlon dlvlns
Fills Ufa with sunshine.
Sunshine that leads to the grave.
Clark saw a suit of underwear In a
partly open window. He raised the sash
and stole the stilt. Technically he was
guilty of breaking and entering and
could have been sent to the penitentiary
for an Indeterminate torm of years. He
pleaded guilty several days ago. Judge
Button said he 'would pass sentence, yes
terday, whispering 'to tho county at
torney that he would give only a Jail sen
tence unless It could be shown Clark
1uul done something worse than steal a
suit of underwear.
Not knowing what Ma fate would be.
Clark presented ths poom to the court
when he was brought up for sentence,
Tho court then gave htm thirty days and
urged' him whon liberated to make an
effort not. to fall back Into evil ways,
Weather in October
is Finest on Record
There was some kicking on October
weather, but according to the summary
compiled by Ixjcal Forecaster Welsh It
was about as fine as any October weather
since the establishment of tho weather
bureau In Omaha in 1871
During October thero were twenty clear
days. Tho highest temperature was 87
a,,Q tho ,owellt 29 itTeen boVe ler0- Tn8
mean temperature for the month was BT.
degrees. During tno penoa coverea oy
tho wcatnor uureau mo nouesi ucwoor
day was In 1SS9, when the temperature
got up to 92 degrees, and the coldest was
In 1S78. when It was down to 16 degrees,
above. Tho precipitation during the
month aggregated 2.41 Inches, while the
normal Is 31. There have been wetter
Octobers, for Instance that of 18W, when
the ralnfnll amounted to 6.81 Inches.
Then, too, there have been many Octobers
hen It was much dryer. A number of
times during the last forty-one years the
precipitation during October has been
less than an 'Inch. The October of 1893
was the dryest on record. That month
the total rainfall was but .13 of an inch.
Go to Grand Island
Coptaln Hate, deputy to United States
Marshal Warner, yesterday took Otto
Von Qlmmlngen and I. W. Daugh to
Grand Island, where they will begin the
serving of twelve months and sixty-day
terms, respectively, in tho county Jail,
to which thoy were sentenced yesterday
by Judge T. C. Munger. Von aimmlngen
pleaded guilty to having removed checks
from tho malls and having cashed them,
while Baugh had been sending fake sales
orders through the malls.
Chief Deputy .United States Marshal
Nlokerson will leave thla morning for
Leavenworth, Kan., where h$ will take
two prisoners, each sentenced to two
years' Imprisonment In the federal prison.
They aro Frank N. Whlseand and Ucn-
Jamln It Day, who pleaded guilty to
robbing the malls.
Ornish Sees Taft
Back from the east to cast hts vote in
the presidential election, IC J. Cornish
says the sentiment of voters In the east'
ern states has been flowing gradually for
weeks to the support of President Taft.
lie says the number of bull moosera ha
been diminished materially by educa
tional campaigns waged by regular re
publican organisations lr. nearly every
city and county.
'The work of these orcanlsattons has
done more to change the tide of opinion
from Mr. Roosevelt to Mr. Taft than all
the magaslna article that have been
'What Roosevelt has lost Mr. Taft has
Mr. Corolah is an admirer of President
Taft and a republican. lie will remain
In the city until Wednesday, when he
will return to the east to resume direc
tion of his financial Interests.
While here Mr. Cornish went over with
Park Commissioner Hummel the plans to
Improve Levi Carter park, tn which he is
HAPPINESS DEPARTS WHEN
THEY ARE LEGALLY WEDDED
Thomas B. Dougherty and Alice M
Dougherty, contracted a common law
marriage and lived happily for. five years.
Then they were married civilly, tn 1908.
Shortly thereafter happiness deserted
them, according to a petition for divorce
tiled In district court by Mrs. Dougherty,
She alleges Dougherty haa abused her In
numerous ways. 8 he charges he has
beaten her and haa come home drunk and
called her names.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
"Imperial" 1913 the Logical Car
Because 'mPcnal Cars present logical "quality" reasons,
con vincing "price" reasons, and reasons based on.
past and present performance to appeal to your judgment of
what constitutes not only a good automobile but a super
latively good automobile.
A Little History A1 the PC?1 factory (one of the
, , . , , , Jargcst individual automobile fac
tories in the world) there is set a standard of construction and
a standard of moderate price to the buyer that has made
Imperial Cars a combination of value unequaled In these
United States. The consequence of this policy has been a
doubling and a trebling of the output until, where once Imperial cars
were sold by the hundreds, 1913 will see 6000 pass In to the heads ot buyers.
Competition ',as t0 b rnet There are two methods
r of manufacturing and selling automobiles
one to build as good or better a car than competitors and sell
It at the lowest possible price consistent with an equitable and sane
buslneu policy the olhermethod Is tobulklcors as cheaply as possible
and sell them for as much money as you can get for them.
TTie Imperial Policy has DU"t the imperial rcputa-
.... ... t'on "Pn tne enduring rock
of the utmost quality for tht most consistent, moderate
price". It has given Imperial Cars a prestige that Is fast becoming
national. It has placed In the hands of every owner a car of which ho
can i be Justly proud a car thatwlllnot only compare, but insomepolnts
of design and material excels cars mny hundred of dollars more la
Models 44 and 34
They embody In their workmanship, in the quality of their
equipment, in their perfect design, more unanswerable argu
ment than pen or tongue can relate. They give more for loss
money than any car we know of and it is first our business
to know, then to tell you. Convince yourself by seeing
trying an Imperial at our dealers or write us at the factory.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Biff, Bousing Meeting Thursday of
Fraternal Union of America.
WORKMEN TO HOLD INITIATION
Mecca Court No. 1, Tribe of lien
linr Will Give mi Open Meetlnir
Thursday Kvrnluir nt Xln
A rousing mooting of the leading lodge
of Omaha and South Omaha ot the Fra
ternal Union of America, will be helu
Thursday evening, November 7, at Mod
ern Woodmen of America hall. Fifteenth
and Douglas streets, at 8 o'clock. An In
teresting program has been arranged
which Includes speeches, an orchestra and
vocal solos. P. A. Wlnslow, stato man-
nser; Mayor Dahlman; V, A. Young,
supreme president, will speak. Green's or
chestra will furnish the music
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Omaha lodge, No. 3, will havo work In
the first degree next Friday night.
The amusement and plcnlo committee
will give a dance at Odd Fellows hall,
Benson, on Saturday evening, November
1, tho proceeds of which will be donated
to the new Rebekuh lodge which will
soon be Instituted In BenBou.
State lodee. NA. 10, will have degree
work tomorrow night.
Hesperian encampment, No. I, will put
on the Royal Purple degree next Thurs
Dannesbrog lodge. No. US, will h.ave two
candidate for degree work next Friday
Jonathan lodge. No. IS, will have work
In th Initiatory degree next Friday
South Omaha lodge. No. Its, will con
fer the Initiatory decree upon three can
didates tomorrow night.
Dannesbrog lodge. No. 151, will have
work In the first decree next Baturday
Kulgfeta of I'ythtaa.
Nebraska lodge. No. 1. Knights of Py
thias, will confer the rank of page.
Wednesda evening, November 6. A spe
cial effort Is being made to make this
a particularly Interesting session on ac
count ot the class to be initiated.
Ancient Order United Workmen,
Patton lodge. No. 175, will hold Us
regular weekly meeting tomorrow night.
Initiation of candidates will be the main
business. The meeting will be held In
Ancient Order of United Workmen ten
pie. Fourteenth and Dodge streets.
United Spanish War Veteran.
Oeneral Henry W. Lawton auxiliary to
the United Spanish War veterans, will
boH thr next raeeUaK Xburadrt No
are Equipped with North East Electric Starting and
(Completely automatic positive and anfailing in aetion)
Th? car itself shall prove it. ' "Impe-
rial" fan ar l'.hn,ln.LJt
Bradley, Merriam & Smith,
Council Bluffs, Iowa
IMPERIAL AUTOMOBILE CO., Factories, Jackson,
vember 7, at tho home of Mrs. II. D.
Corneau, 1715 North Forty-second street.
Tribe of lien Ilnr.
Mecca court. No. 13, will give an open
meeting next Thursday evening, Novem
ber 7, at Baright's hnll, Nineteenth and
Farnam street, for the members and their
friends. Dancing and good music
Junior Order Amvrlcnn Mechanics.
Members of Omaha council are re
quested to be present Monday evening,
'November t, 1912. Business of Importance
and degree work.
Ladles of the Maccabees.
Oats City hive, No. 9, Ladlus of the
Macabees, will gve a card party Novem
ber 8 at 2 p. m. In Continental building,
Woman's Relief Corps.
George Crook, Woman's Relief corps,
will meet In Memorial hall In court house
Friday, November 8, at 3 p. m.
Plenty Soft Coal
in Sight to Stop
All Shortage Talk
Aooordlng to ths railroad officials there
ts nothing In the report that there Is a
prospect of a soft coal shortage on ac
count of what Is said to be a shortage
of cars. .
For tho present the grain smd live
stock movement haa let up and large
numbers of cars have been sent to the
tnlne to be loaded and brought back
Into transmlssourl territory. During the
last week the Northwestern has sent
more than COO empties to the coal rains.
east and west, while the Burlington and
Missouri Facdflo have sent fully as
From th mines at Hudson, Wyo., nine
miles east ot Lander, the Northwestern
Is sending out an average of ten, cars
dally. The Burlington la handling from
seventy-five to ICO cars dally from the
mines In the vicinity of Sheridan and
the Missouri Pactflo 1 bring into Omaha
and terrrltory from 100 to ISO cars of coal
from Ksmsas and Us own mines In Ar
Railroad men say that there was never
a time when th prospects at this season
of the year were better for a large supply
of soft coal In Omaha territory than
right now. This, they say, includes fur
nace, range and steam coal. They all
admit that there Is a shortage of hard
coal, but this will work little Incon
venience, as owing to the high price of
this class of fuel a large proportion of
the consumers have gone to burning soft
coal or semi -anthracite.
Persistent Advrtlsir.g ts th Road to
A Careful Comparison ot specifications ; will give
r every reader of this ad
vertisement some useful information. If every man who
bought a car analyzed values comparatively, Imperial Cars
would be the most sought after, the most talked about cars in
car to buy 1
the country. The Imperial Car would be found
ably. Irresistibly prove ft
it Decause inn nm
cause the process of comparison
For Instance ere 's our 13 Model 44. Place your
hand upon any part of this car, any inch
ot it, and there you will find the highest quality in material,
the best engineering practice in design, the very latest im
provements In equipment, andwhatlsmorelnstructire.arecordbehlnd
the car for durability, satisfaction and enthusiastic ownership that
clinches the argument
Keep this price In mind
specifications: Motor, 4
nairs. 43 inch bore.
wheel base, 122 inches. Our own 3 point spring shackle sus
pension for excelling comfort. Center control levers. Right
hand drive. 30x4 inch Tires with Demountable rims. New
Departure bearings th.nughout. Nickel steel construction predom
inating everywhere In the chassis. The long stroke, powerful, silent
motor, the beautiful roomy body, the splendid record of this car. tho
Inclusive equipment Silk Mohair Top, Windshield. Speedometer,
nickel and black trimmings, etc. make It incomparable In value.
A SO Horse-Power Car that cannot be excelled at any price.
Three Other Models IJHel "34" Five Passenger
Touring Car, 46 Horse Pow
er. AM Inch bore, S Inch stroke. 118 Inch wheel base. tlCCn
34x4 Inch tires. Complete equipment plUDU
Model "32" Five Passenger Touring Car, 40 Horse Power,
4 Inch bore, SVi Inch stroke, 114 inch wheel base. 34x4 Inch 10oe
tires. Complete equipment P A 0J
Model "33" Two Passenger Roadster, same spe- 1 one
dficaUons and equipment as Model "32" Pl-00
POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS GROW
Increase for Month of October Over
Last Year Amounts to $102,31,5.
LARGEST OCTOBER IN HISTORY
Postmaster Wharton Says the Presi
dential Campaign Has Made
Practically No Difference ,
la Postal Receipts.
The gross receipts of the Omaha post
office for October' show an Increase over
the receipts lajrt. year of $11,531.74. The
receipts. for October, 1912, were I102.315.tl,
whllo the receipts for October, 1911, were
100,78370. "This, Is simply duo to the in
creased business activities,' said Post
master Wharton. "There Is practically no
other way to account for It. This Is far
tho greatest amount ot postofflco re
ceipts ever taken in during October at
Bost Postmaster Wharton and Aslslst
nnt Postmaster Woodard said tha presi
dential campaign had made practically
no difference' this year In the pos.(offlce
reoelpts. "I have never seen the like."
said Mr. Woodard, who h&a been In the
postofflce for forty years. ."There Is com
paratively no campaign literature passing
through the malls here, except, of course,
& SONS CO.
Hardware Specials Monday
Monday we will put
on a big lot of shop
worn dusters, many
sizes and . grades,
worth from 75c to
I1.C6. your OA.
choice. . . . ' J v
SAVOHV KOASTEH8 Oval
steel body, no corners or seams,
self basting and browning.
Worth 12 5, ppeclal
Firs Place Fixtures,
to be the most Weal
would so uoquesUon-
as you read a few
cylinders cast in
6w inch stroke:
tho amount that goes, through under tho
frank systom." which brings us no re
celpts and tho government no nevenue
Tho month of November has started!
out briskly at tho postofflce. On Friday,
November 1, over 130,000 pieces of first
class mall were posted in Omaha, to bo
distributed here. Astdo from this, over
100,000 pieces were mailed In Omaha for
the outgoing malls. This Is a record fotj
a single day In the Omaha postofflce.
NELSON REMEMBERED BY
OLD UNION PACIFIC FRIENDS
Twenty-nine year with the Union Pa
clflc and twenty years of that time fore
man of tho store department. Otto Nel
son has been promoted !to the position
of store keeper of the Nebraska dtvlstoa
of the road, succeeding W. A, ConkUng,
who goes Into the engineering depart
ment at North Platte.
The occasion of the promotion of Mn,
Nelson was observed Friday night When
Union Pacific shop and other foremen,
together .with their wlvep and a coupla
hundred friends gathered at Myrtl
hall." There Mr. Nelson was presented
with a fine traveling bag, the presenta-.
tlon speech being made by Don Allen,
Charles Cheney and Dr, Milliner re
spondlng 'and speaking of the high es
teern In which Mr. Nelson Is held by his
Beat quail ty.
Just In. with long
wood handle at
7Cc, Mon- JQn
with gallon tank,
Mon- (0 OC
day.. i)J uJ
ing sifter, to fit oa
any ash can, made
of heavy galvaniz
ed Iron, rfj 5Q
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