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TinC BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY in, 1914.
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Six thousand yds.
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Tuesday 15c a yd.
HOWARD W AND SIXTEENTH
WOLF HUNT KTKANSAS CITY
Half Starred Animal Killed on
Boulevard After Exciting Chase.
THREE PERSONS ARE ATTACKED
I'nllrr Are Unalilc to Account Sor
Presence of Wild Ilenst In One
of the Mont Fnnlilonnlilo
Section of the Cltr.
MUST SECURE NEW LOCATION
State Epileptic Colony Not to Be
Placed Near Des Moncs.
DEAL WITH INTERURBAN FAILS
Stnte Printer nnd Pharmacy Ilnnnl
" Plan to Punish All Who llnd
Ilnnd In Sale at Hxnm
(From u 8taff Correspondent,)
DK8 MOINES,' 'la.; Feb. 9,-Spoclal
TclegranO-Tne Stato Board of Control
today reopened the matter of location of
.the stato eplleptlo colony. A propoiial
had been made to buy a tract of tr.nd
near Dca Moines for 1200.000 on condition
thai tho Intcrurban lino would bo ex
tended tl)ore. Today tho owners of tho
land reported that It had been Impossible
to mafce the deal with tho owners of the
intcrurban system. Probably ft new lo
cation wilt be secured In soma dint ant
part of the state.
To SInkri I'nlilla Example.
A conferenco between tho state printer
nnd tho- pharmacy board wax held today
and It wa decided upon prompt prose
cutlsn of all the persona connected with
thn deal whereby examination papers
stolen from -tho stato printing offlco wero
used by students to prepare for tho ex
amination. Thrco men aro under arrest
and a dozen mora will be.
Celt! Weather n flood Thing.
Tho fruit growers and farmers of tho
Uta ni .faying, that, tho, c.old .weather.
wWcA hj-eU(Jd0n)y come Is a good' thing
tof'thti slato of Iowalrho last rW'uayB1
f J) irx"wr aw-y-orrn there was
really great clanger of frees" starting' tho
tap and causing Irrcparablo loss. Now
Iho cold weather nnd tho snow has made
It certain there will bo no thawing out
until late In tho spring. Tho reports In
dicate' that what winter wheat Is in the
field hu not suffered materially because
of tho open winter, becaueo, thero have
becn-no'aVJmm and no wind to blrtfv tha.
dirt from 'the roots of tho plants. Tho
ground Is very dry, however, &nd a lato
spring would mean poor condition of We
iQlbot Iowa as to moisture content.
Coal Miners and Machinery.
Coal miners of Iowa aro much Inter
cstcd In experiments tinder way at some
of tho mines In tho southern part of the
state to dctermlno tho value of machin
ery for drilling In mines. At the Mystta
mine a, Jtilllv.in mining machine linn been
In uo somo time and ono )aa Just been
installed at tho Midland mlno In Marlon
county Tho'machlrio Is operated by twd
men end In a day make the under-cut
from six to six nnd a half feet back in
each of four fifty-foot rooms In nn eight
hour day. This opens up about 140 tons
of coal at ono action and H takes two
men at least two days to merely load
this on tho cars to Ikj hauled out. The
machines aro a great success so far as
Oovernor FecU Unite Klnted.
Governor Clarke, who has been about
tho stato a great deal lately dcuvcnns
addresses nt farm Institutes and else
where, Is quite elated over tho manner
hivliaa been .received In the state. Ho has
everywhere' had attentive and largo audi
ences and they havo manifested much In
terest In his. full clucllatlon of tho en
tire taxation system of tho stato. Thu
poopio of tho stato havo been very much
misinformed, so ho discovers, In regard
to. the methods of arriving nt taxation
In Iowa, and tho' wholo situation 1ms been
ueiuaaie!' uy ino ouoru 01 n i ucm-
gogues to make use of tho discontent for
Tho governor Intends to continuo matt
ing addresses on state matters as often
ati ho can do so without negldct of his
JSerr Collector of diatoms.
There Is considerable feeling of dlsap
polntment nmong Des Moines democrat
over tho fact that a Creston clgarmaker,
tirnctlcnllv unknown to state politics, so
they say1, was chosen by President Wll
son to be tho collector of customs 'n
Des Moines over the candidacies of two
most excellent Wilson men who live here,
either of whom would have made a most
excellent official. Thcso .ara John. Do-
Mnr. a former member of tho lfflla
tbrc; nqw a practicing. lawycr.'Ucre, And'
Hip otuer . w ii,.an4Vwn eu'tPT P1.
.local .democratic paper, who formerly
ran a paper In Council Iiluffs, Ilotween
the two they had corralod all tho In
dorsfctnents of Influential democrats In
tho state, but both failed to land tho
NaffrnKetteij plan CamticlKit.
That a permanent organisation consist
Ing of seven watvl presidents and fprty-
eight precinct chairmen will bo effected
nt one by the suffragists of tho city
was announced by Mrs. Jansen Haines,
Tho body will canvass every woman
voter In Des Moines and sco to It that
a full vote of tho women Is registered
on tho water works proposition at tho
coming city election.
Suffrage leaders eay thsy will not take
sides In the water- works' controversy.
Hut they have chosen to voto on it to
show their Interest In municipal matters.
The campaign will bo carrlod on with the
end In 'View of Informing women on tho
subject am) getting them to the polls on
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 9.-A large
half-starved gray wolf, nftcr biting two
persons, frightening a score or oincrs
and spreading consternation through a
staid and fashlonablo south sldo resi
dence district, was shot and killed on
Ltnwood boulevard here , today.
The wolf spranr upon Miss Anna Har
rison as she watted for a street car. Miss
Harrison screamed, threw her fur muff
at the animal snd while tho muff was
being torn to shreds escaped Into a
house. Her clothing was torn, but sho
was unhurt. Tho wolf run down tho
boulovard pursued by a milkman, who
hurled bottles as ho ran. Two blocks
from the scene Of tho first attack the
wolf snapped at a negro domestic, caus
lnir n ralnfill tvntlnil In tho arm. A num-
jber of grocery boys, business men and
scrvnrta from boulevard homes joined
tho chase. A riot call was sent Into po
lice headquarters nnd an automobile with
half dozen patrolmen hurried to tho
Tho wolf had run fifteen blocks and
attacked another pedestrian, Samuel J.
Harndcn, a deputy county collector, be
fore 1. W. Wight, a policeman, ended
the chase by sending a bullet Into the
animal's head. Tho pollco pronounced
tho "kill' a fine specimen of the gr
wolf, hut were at a loss to know how Tl
found Its way Into the heart of tho rost
Villa Gives Pledge
to Protect Spanish
Subjects in Battle
WASHINGTON. Feb. 5-Afteran hour's
conferenco with President Wilson at the
Whlto House tonight. Secretary Bryan
announced that assurances had been re
ceived from General Francisco Villa of
his Intention to protect' Spanish subjects
When ho attacked Torrcon.
Word. also .was. received from the con
stitutionalist general of his Intention to
assist In fixing the responsibility for tho
tragedy at Cumbro tunnel, on tho Mexi
can Northwestern railroad, in which sev
eral Americans wero suffocated. Gen
eral Villa has complied with tho request
of the Stato department that, a guard of
soldiers accompany tho party, composed
mostly of Americans, who Intend to re
cover tho bodies. Secretary Bryan sa'Id
ho had ordered American Consul Edwards
nt Juarez to send a special tnersengcr
with the party to report on 'tho affair.
Constitutionalists here say Maximo Cas
tillo, who Is charged with responsibility
for tho turtnel nccldent. Is' nn Irrespon
sible bandit with a smalt following, recog
nizing neither Hucrta nor Carrnnza. Ho
was the trusted bodyguard of Madero
when the latter tbok the field against
Diaz and members of tho constitutionalist
agency hero claim his present outlawry
Is the result of Insanity. They say he
will bo summarily dealt with by Villa If
Feel Headachy Bilious, Constipated,
Shaky, Dizzy and Sick A Dime a Box
s . , .
Tw'ra biHeoa! Tea have a tkrefebtar
MMAte ! yw a, a bad taste ta
year mouth, your eye hurt, your sain
ti yeWow with dark rings undr your
yea, your 11 pa are sarched. No wendar
you feel ugly, mean and Ill-tempered.
Tour system ta full of .'bits and, consti
pated waste not properly passed off, and
what you need Is a cleaning up "inside.'
Don't-continue' belnsr a billows, onstipatef
nuisance to yourself and those who love
jreu, a4 don't resort to ham pnyaice
that 11 lata act lajwra. Reweaber, that
your sear, disordered stomach, laay liver,
and cleaned bowels osa be cajolery cleaned
and regalated by naming with gentle,
thorough Caaearcta; a It-cent box will
keep your head clear and make you feel
cheerful and bully tor months, Qet Cos
carets now wake up rerreeeed feel llk
doing a good, day'a work make yourstlf
Dieaaant aad useful. Clean upt Cheer
Ferris Declines to
Attend the Inquiry
Into Copper Strike
HANCOCK, Mich.. Fob. 9.-A letter
from Governor W. N. Kcrrls declining
nn Invitation to attend tho congressional
Investigation of tho copper ntrtko was
made public today by Chairman Taylor
nt tho opening session of the Inquiry.
The letter follows:
"EXKCUTIVJ-J CHAMBElt, Lansing,
Mich., Feb. 4.-My Dear Sir: Your letter
of February 2 is before mo. I havo nover
inado a comprehensive report of tho
strike situation. Immediately after tho
strike was called C. Yi, Mahoney and
Angus Kerr enme to tho executive office.
Either Immediately preceding their call
or Immediately after they called I of
fered my services to the miners and mlno
operators by way of mediation. This was
declined by tho mlno operators.
'Torn time to time othor delegations
co mo to tho executive offices. Later on
Mr. Moyer jf tho Western Federation of
Miners and Clarenco Darrow of Chicago
had a conferenco with me. At another
tlmo representatives of labor organlsa'
Hons In tho stato of Michigan caltcd on
me. At another tlmo a delegation of flvo
or six 'mtncrs .waited on, me., .At another,
ClarcncftDarrow- 'waited'' o'ri'-' me, "'At
another tlmo 'James MoNaughtonrmau-J
ager of the Calumet and Hecla, wnlted on
me. Tho clergy and other representatives
havo from tlmo to tmo como to tho of
fice to tell mo how td sottle 'tho strike.
"In' January I visited tho copper coun
try and made Investigations with ref
erence to specific points. During tho
lost thrco months the results of nil my
Investigations show that thero Is one bone
of contention, namely, tho Western Fed
eration of Miners. Eliminate that factor
and dlsputo would havo ended long, long
"Thero Is supposed to be among my
documents a dupllcato of the Investiga
tion mado by the Labor department nt
Washington. I also havo complete
tenographlo reports of tho Mit
chell. Mahon and Darrow conference'.
I havo Ulso a complete steno
graphic report of my investigations In
the copper country. I regret that I
cannot find In my files tho typewritten
report of Judge Murphy, who, as my
representative, t4cnt two weeks In tho
copper country early in tho strike, try
ing to serve as mediator.
'As I view tho situation, I cannot
afford to go to tho copper country again,
nor can I afford to send the attorney
general unless tho United States gov
ernment demands it Any Information
at my office Is at your disposal. I pre
fer, however, that your committee wait
upon mo at this office. You will go to
tho copper country first, 'get whatever
Information you can, then come pre
pared to see me at a tlmo which will bj
agreeable to both parties and ascertain
what I have In store for you."
World Grows Better,
Says Speaker Clark
to Big Mass Meeting
WASHINGTON, Feb, H. Kpeaker
Chnmp Clark told a Christian Endeavor
mas' meeting today that the world, was
growing better every day- Ho said the
reason many pepplo took a gloomy view
of the times was because the telegraph
enabled newspapers nowadays to chron
icle tho crimes and disasters of all tho
world within a few hours.
The speaker asserted that nothing
mado him madder than to hear peoplo
say that publlq men of the present day
were ccrrupt. The people's representa
tives In Washington, ho said, wero "hon
est, ronuclentlous servants." Ninety per
cent of the men sont to congress, he
added, leave poo7Srthan they come, al
though they1 could acquire fortunes by
stooping to dishonesty.
Dlscus&Ing the hardships resulting from
havtns uevcral struggling churches In a
single smnl town, Mr. Clark said he
hopo-1 some day to see his own church,
tho Christian, or Campbelllte, and the
uaptiat ono great denomination. Their
beliefs, ho said, wero near enough tho
sami to warrant them In Joining hands.
Rev. Jenks Fights
Blaze in Home, Then
Goes to His Church
' Just as Iter. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D.,
pastor of tho First Presbyterian church,
was ready to leave his home, 2IS
Capitol avonuo, for church Hunday morn
ing 9 water plpo In the furnaco of tho
housi burst and threw llvo coals all
over tho basement, starting a fire. Tho
minister extinguished the flames with
tho aid of his sons, Chester and Hart,
and tho, flro department's chemical ex
tinguisher and then hurried to church
in time to open tho services on' time.
No one was hurt and tho damage done
was confined to the basement of tho pas
tor's home. Members of the congregation
noticed that Itev. Dr. Jenks' face was
rather dusky whllef ho was preaching.
The water In his homo had been turned
off when the pipe hurst and tho near
ness of tho church hour forced him to
hasten at once to tho. pulpit. However,
nobody knew he had been through a fire
tilt ho told tho elders after the service.
Mnny Alnrnm Sent In.
Tho fire department put in a busy day.
Between the hours of 3 o'clock In tho
mora'ng ani midnight iast nfght they
answered an even dozen alarms, mostly
to burning homes.
Th following aro abbreviated reports
on the fires:
Homo of W. If. Strlhllmr. ttll nitmlnv
street, flro caused by overheated furnace
pipe; damago less than SZ5.
Homo of Roy Bovden. 21M Tjirl
street; flro originated in a clothes closjt:
lrK JIT, '
Alocller irrncerv. 1 7(12.1 rVnrtr irc .r.
Plosion of oil
pipes from freezing: damage 5.
Mrs. Fannie Demoratskv. 253C Nnrth
EiKhtCentll Utrent! tlm nrlclnntarf In
closet; damage S1O0.
Mony leiKa. 631 South Twent eth trof
caused by overheated stove; damage 500.
nn unian, mi vinion street; range
too close to wall; damage $10.
Mrs. Coneland. 217 North Twnlfth .
roof caught from chimney sparks; dam
Rov. E. 1 1. Jenks, 2318 California street:
exploding water coll in furnace I1 dam
John Huddleston. 2221 Pratt Rtntet; mnt
caught from chimney sparks; danlago 110.
.uarun uodcock, iai south Twenty
seventh street; range too close to wall;
Fred G. usher. 1111 South Twontv-nlnth
street; caused by dofectlvo flue; dam
jonn uonaseK, r.nn south Eighth street:
caused by chimney Bparks falling on roof;
Tho greatest rug salo ever held In
Omaha begins next Monday at Brandela'
Don't miss It,
AVIATOR SIXTEEN HOURS
IN SUSTAINED FLIGHT
MUNICH, Germany, Feb. 9.-Ingold, an
aviator, today broke the world's record
for nn enduraneo flight. He rernalned
In tho air for sixteen hours and twenty
minutes and covered n dlstanco esti
mate nt 1,030 miles without landing.
Ingotd started at Mulhauscn, Alsace, and
flew to the north. Ho then proceeded
southward to Munich, landing In a
The previous record of fourteen hours
and seven minutes was made by Bruno
lahger at Johannlsthal, February 3.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Oinntin Woman to Murry. v
ST. LOUIS. Mq., Feb. 9.-(Speclol Tele-
gram.) Clare F. Gould of Chicago and I
Florence Lewis of Omaha wero licensed '
to marry hero today. ,
vahut Wit nrt i
10 CENT BOXES -ANY DRUS STORE
ALSO 23 fc 60 CENT B0XE3.
OVER HALF OF ALL SICKNESS CAUSED
BY GLOGGED-UP WEAKENED KIDNEYS
Hundreds Aro 8uf faring With Kidney Trouble and Don't
' Know It. Backache, Bladder Disorder and
Rheumatism Are The Result.
It Is a well recognized fact among
physicians today, that the greater part
of all sickness can be avoided by keeping
the kldneya working properly.
This U even more Important than for
the kidneys and bladder are the filters
i ana sewers or tne uoay. n you suuer
with pains In the bock or sides, bladder
or urinary disorders, lumbago, rheuma
tism, dizziness, puffy swellings under
the eyes or In the feet and ankles, nerv
outness, tired and worn-out feeling, pr
any of the man other symptoms of kid.
ney trouble, don't neglect yourself 'an
other day and run the risk of serious
complications. Secure an original pack-
ago of Croxone, which costs but it trifle,
take thiee dose? a day. for a few days.
and you will be surprised how entirely
i )!frJM you wUH feel,
troubles. It soaks right In and cleans
out tho kidneys and makes them filter
out all the poisonous waste matter and
urlo acid that lodges In the joints and
muscles causing rheumatism; soothes and
heats the bladder and qulokly ends such
It Is the most wonderful remedy ever
made for the purpose. You will find it
entirely different from anything you
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earth to compare with It. It matters not
how old ypu are or how lonir rou hav
suffered, the very Principle of Croxone lir
such that It Is practically Impossible to
take It Into the human system without
You can secure an original package o
Croxone from any first-class drug store.
All druggists are authorized to personally
.return th nmvhni tnrlr. If rTn., .
hlV Gnjer fheA'oryj worst cases to alve the dViired results th verv fir
Fight Over Chicken
Results in Murder
FIUOSNO, Cnl., Fob. 9.-(5pccial Tele
gram.) Hans Hansen, brother of Andrew
Hansen of Audubon. Ia., wan murdered
iwuy uy i iiriKiiuor m n, ngiu over a
hlcjicn iWhlch, hcU strayed beyond u8
, r f ';...
NKfc--i!AH1S IN THEATER I
AS GREAT CROWD LEAVES
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.-Flre started
a local theater today a fow minutes after
It had been cleared of a great crowd
that Included Vice President Marshall,
Secretary Bryan, Rev. G. Campbell Mor
gan, pastor of Westminster chapel, Lou
don, and prominent church dignitaries
from practically every state In tho union,
Tho crowd was gathered to attend tho
first of a series of International Bible
conferences to bo held In some of the
larger cities of the country. Rats with
matches are said to have started the
blaze, which quickly was extinguished.
Mrs. Julia Ann Dallcy, widow of Wll-
llam Dalley, died shortly after midnight
Monday morning at he homo, 2019 Lake
street. She was 65 years of ago and hud
lived In Omaha forty-three years. County
Cork, Ireland, was her birthplace. Her
six surviving children aro Stephen, John.
James, Julia, Katherlne and Helen. A
brother. Stephen Sullivan, lives In Coun
cil Bluffs. The funeral wilt be held
Wednesday morning from Sacred H;ait
church, Twenty-second and BInney
Mr. Anton 11. Shlmeri!n.
WILBER, Neb., Feb. 9. (SpeclaU-
Mrs. Anton II. Bhlmerda died at St. Jo
sephs hospital, Omaha, early Sunday
morning, after several operations had
been performed. Sho was tho wire of the
county assessor of Saline county and
the mother of three sons, Frank, Anton
and Fred, all grown. Her husband Is
confined In the hospital with rheumatism
The funeral will bo held here Tuesday.
Mrs. Mry L. Tnker.
LYONS, Neb., Feb. .-(8pecIal.)-Mr.
Mary L. Tucker died here at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. C. A. Darling, aced
M years. The body was taken to To-1
kamah today and laid to rest beside that '
of her husbanJ. who died a number of
years ago. They were old pioneer set
tlers of this county.
IN HAMILTON COUNTY
WEBSTER CITY, la., Feb. f.-(Spcclal.)
School consolidation Is fairly swooping
over Hamilton county. At Ellsworth tho
first consolidated school in the county
was Just recently .established and cam
paigns aro now on for similar schools at
Blalrsburg, Williams, Kamrar, Homer
and two rural communities north of Stan
hope. Stato Superintendent A. M. Deyoe
will visit this county tomorrow, making
an address in the afternoon at Kamrar
and in tho ovcnlng at Blalrsburg. If his
tlmo will permit ho will also speak in
Williams Wednesday modnlng. County
Superintendent Snow Is working hard for
consolidation and tho Indications aro that
before fall thero will be halt a dozen
consolidated school districts In' Hamilton
USED BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS
, FOR THREE GENERATIONS
A Winter CoukIi.
To neglert It may mean consumption.
Dr. King's Now Discovery gives suro re
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Itching Burning. Kept Spread
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0 Norwood Place. Detroit. Mich. "My
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ago of four months an eruption of tho skin
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him to bo very restless at
night from the Itching burn
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clothing Irritated It and I
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YANKTON, a . D., Feb, .-8pec!al
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was completely destroyed by fire at 1
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P About twice or three times tho size of nut, each
&WJl M piece LOOKS hand polished.
II U El Big, blocky, splendid chunks of coal to hold
In J IWI fire au night in your furnace or heater.
In our opinion there is no soft coal at any price equal to Economy for nil-round
general efficient fuel service. The prico is low but the quality is high.
No other doalor carries genuiuo Economy Coal altho some pretend to.
TRY ONE TOM AX OUR RISK
Entire U Fktr, N. E. Cr. 1 7tk
mhI lUrMy, Mum IwglM HI
February 9th 14th
Open from two lo 'ten p. m.,
with il lust rat od lectures
and motion pictures at
three and eljht p. m.
Complimentary Tickets at any
DrtHUCIO DAY, WEDNESDAY,
Oltvsr Morosoe pressnts tha Mast Sueoessi'ul
Comsdy In th World
PEG O' MY HEART
By J. Hartlty Manners
Uertttl Ttyldf'i CsMhmtl Nn York SiKdi))
Thars. Mat. and night, HABBY LATJDEI,
Tb. 13-14, BOUQHT AND PAID TO
Week of Feb. 15
MATS. WED. AND SAT.
THEGARbEN OF ALLAH
Prices: HOC, 75c, $1.00, jjtl.BO, $2.00.
Wad. Mat., Special Prices 50o to 91.60.
Stat Ssle Opens lo A. M., Tomorrow.
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE i
wui starting recruary 8
"Th Naked Man,"
Bnth Boye. ward
It Weber, Kymn
Meyer, Ea Toy Bros.,
Special Motion Pic
tures, "Her SldesUow
rrlctit-Mit.. (Jillrrr. Iftoi but Mtte (ucept
Bat tnd Hun.) He. Nights. 10c. ic. Me tni ttc.
"omaiia's run centeb." -
2rt l'3j BaUy MatM 15-05-800
&T'-03r Bvng-s 15-35-60-760
CJTJS HH.Ii aad "BUT" CLASS'S
Su., VANITY FAIR
The eminent English pantomlmlsts,
DUlle IUtehlA 'the Original "Drunk")
nisd nich M-Alllster In a Night In an
Kngllsh Muslo Hall." Hlg Beauty Chorus.
Patriotic Matinee Thursday, Lincoln's
Dlrthday Timely Souvenirs to all.
LADIES' DIME MAT. WEEK SAYS.
f PI 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
PAUL J. RAINEY'S
African Wild Animal Hunt
for (denature of V. Wv GUOVB. Curfla a
Cold in Ono Day 1
lau" rmue me cause or sum, time you uro It - Advertisement
I'ltlCES; 0c vn 10c Xo iU"-
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