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TUB T5EK: OMAHA. TT TEST) AY, DECEMBER 21. 1015.
TEUTONS EXPECT TO i
Greece Withdraw! Forcei from Vi-1
cinitj of City and General Staff
Will Leave Tneiday.
LOOK FOR ASSAULT THUESDAY
8AL0NIKI, Dec. 1. (Via Parli,
Dec. 20.) The highest Greek mili
tary authorltiea declare It to be their
bel'ef that an Austro-German attack
on Balonlkl ia Inevitable. The Greek
funeral ataft will quit Salonlkl to
morrow. The last remaining Greek
t loops, care one Infantry regiment.
have been transferred to Kozanl. The
entente allies have ordered the evacu
ation of several villages around
Salonikl by the civilians'' for military
Attark Kerlrl TaaraJar.
PARIS, Pro. 2- "It U stated that th
German snswer .te the Orwk protest
upon tlio nitloi of the entry of. Bul
garians Into Orotic territory was hsndd
In at noon Balvrday," says th"Athen
correspondent of the Fissro. "Uermany,
It i understood, declared that notwttta-,
tandliiK the military necessity .whVh re
quired the puratilt of the retreating en
tente lllea, the Imperial ftoverninent
taking; note ef the popular Oreli sentU
rnent, hnd ordered the Immediate -halt
ef the Pulg.irl.ina
'The ruhcrtitrntlon of Auetro-flerman
forces for an Invnrlnn Is snM'to be binder
way. ' When ,thl concentration has boh
completed a." definite decision wtll 'be'
taken. Thtis the question haa not -been,
settled 'h the reply, but In official ctr
clea optimism ' re'ima. Tha Austro-Qer-man
forces are rutltnated at about
with much henry artillery. It Is aald
that they " will "jM 'entirely ready nest
Thursday." '' , , '. . " j
The Athena eerafrapond'ent el the Matin
aays ho learn tron aw .reliable, 'aoarre
that a oetnptota a-reeinent jias bt-eo
reached by. the,lareett and entente army
staffs as to the application of the mess,
urao required of the latter for the secur
ity ef the antenta troops and the free
dom of their movement. "
A ale Tarks to Aealst.
LONDON, Doo. fX A dispatch to the
Dally Mall from. Salonlki says: .
"The Germans have . asked the
Turks to assist them to drlvo
the entente allies oout of Balonlkl, but
they require assurances that they wilt
svacuato Greek territory as soon ss the
silted army Is crushed and thrown Into
the sea. It Is understood -that Turkey
has accepted the proposal,"
SAYS SCHMIDT IS
. LEADER IN PLOT
(Continued from Fare One.)
knew t that time David Caplan, an
other allesed participant In the con
spiracy, who Is awaiting trial bars. o a
chart of murder.
( Have H Faaad Brfcsnldi.
"In lilt." tha witness said, "ho was a
resident of Home .Colony, near Seattle,'
-j, where David Caplan lived under th name
lr ef Frank MoUer. On Beptember 1 of that
, NleAr ho stated ho went to Seattle and ar
ranged with William J, Burns to ao to
New Tors, and find Schmidt. Under cross
examination ho denied that ho had ar
ranted or bad told anyone ho expected to
share th rewards offered for th arrest
of th alleged confederates of th Vto
"I went to the home ef Emma Gold mi n
In New Tork and enat"d a room there,"
he aald. and added that he lived at the
Goldman realdsnca from that time until
Hchmldt's arrant last February. Contin
uing. Vos said:
"Bchmldt told m of the Times Job on
ths nltht of September t- 1914. I was
Introduced to him that night. II was
known as Jo Hoffman. A man named
Csrlla and I and Schmidt sat together on
a eo urn. and w talked.
"Schmidt aald he had been having a
h-l of a Urn running about th oountry
to keep away from the police. Ha had
to get a new glass eye for tesr th old
on could be recognised, and he changed
his laundry marks. II said he had In
tended to go to London, but th war pr
Vnte4." "Just what was said about tha Loa
Angelas Times?" Voso was aaked. '
Hur Knew of Joa.
"Schmidt said he was sorry h bad
had anybody working, with him on that
Job,- the witness replied. "II said that
If h had don th Job alone he would
hav bees all right He aald there wore
about 400 people In Sji Francisco who
knew about It before It came off and
' that Johannaen - (Anton Johannaen) got
acared and called a meeting of higher ups
to talk It over."
"Who did Schmidt-say was there r'
"Ha mentioned Tvsltmoe, referring to
him as th old maa; Johanna, to. B.
Morton and others. Schmidt said Johaan
. sea told him he ought to call th Job
off. but that h said he told Johannaen
- to go to b i that he would do th Joi
whether Johannaen llkad It or not"
Detailing his Intercourse with Schmidt.
Vos or Meserv Indicated that he won
th eonftdeac of hi quarry by telling
him that Caplan at 'Horn colony- was
eager to hear from him.
Schmidt's arrest, th wltnesa asserted,
prevented th alleged dynamite conspira
tors from going to work on the Pocan
tie estate of John D. Rockefeller at
Tarrytowa. N. T
"Schrpldt told me oa January a, mt,"
, aald th witness, ' that h had been s
perlraentlug with a new exploaiv on a
Connecticut farm and that he hsd ob
tained a position on the Rockefeller
Referring to the Times exploalon. Mb
ecrv declared Schmidt told him that
the destruction of tbe Ttrr.ee had dona
little good sine Harrison Gray Otis, th
owner, had escaped.
"Schmidt said the only good thing
about It,? Ueaerv added, was th killing
of twenty men. .He said It would be a
good t hi log If more like them were put
out or the way.
WATTERS0NS CELEBRATE ,
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING
NEW ORLEANS. La.. Dec. SO.-Colonel
Henry Wattereon. the veteran newaperwr
t ditor ef Loulavtlle. Ky.. and Mrs. Wat
tereon, quietly celebrated their golden
wedding ann'verwrv here today with
fi iends and relatives.
"Both Mrs. Watiereoa and myself are
In perfect health today and very happy,
mil the . nwasage the colonel gave to
'r'i ( ,r - i aid tm Uav
Take I-axativ Bremo Quinine Tablets
Druxiiaia refund money If It falls to cur.
V. W. Grove algnatur is on each box.
ANDREW BONAR LAW,
secretary for the colonies
in the British cabinet, has
threatened to retire from the
government if the revolt in
Parliament by Sir Edward
Carson and other unionist
..r - HJT. w iW
in munitions plot
Metzler, in His Confession, Say
' Paul Koenif Reported Direct
to German Kara! Attache.
I0BE OF WELLAND CANAL PLOT
NEW YOIIK, Dec. 20. Frederick
Metiler, bold with others In connec
tion with alleged plota In this country
to embarrass the allies by hindering
the manufacture of or. destroying of
munitions, mads a full' statement to
tbe federal authorltiea. Jodsy con
cerning the, alleged activities of Pant
Koenlg, of the Hamburg-American
Koenlg, he. aald, had twenty-fire
agents In New If or k alone, and re
ported the results of his investigation
to Captain Vott rpen, the Oennan
military atUche.; T
According .to Matsler, Koenlg' aotjv
ltles through agents extended to Quebec,
'Burlington, Vt; Boston and Portland,
Maine. , . . - . ,
His acUvttles In this city, MeUler
charged, ' further brought Into his pos
session, among other thlnga secret reports
made attaches of the Russian embassy
on the reault of tests 'of spoed boats In
lxng laland, Sound. .
These Metiler said, Koenlg got through
Frederick Schleindl of th National City
bank, now under arrest.
Metsler charged flatly that It was
Koenlg who sent George Fuchs to destroy
th Wrlland. canal, but Fuchs, he said,
reiiorted. after vlattlna tho canal, that
Its destruction could not bo accomplished
st that time.. . . , .. , ,
Ths Authorities', hav evidence whkh
they bellevo' connects Koenlg with th
fire oa r the Atlantic Transport liner
Minnehaha, though' where this orldano
was obtained they did not state. After
making his confession Metsler went be
fore th 'grand Jury. 'That body heard
also witnesses from Buffalo who testi
fied concerning tho Welland canal plot
Samuel Oompors, president of th
American Federation of. Labor, was pre
pared to testify this Afternoon before
th grand jury in regard to th activities
of Labor's National Peac council.
Samuel ' Oompers. president of ths
American Federation of Labor, today
went before th federal grand jury which
Investigating th alleged -connection
of labor's National Peac council, with
th conspiracy of Frans Von ltintelen. to
foment strikes In munition plant. In this
oountry.- ' - t I
VILLA TURNS ON
AS THEY YIELD
(CoaUnu!i from .'page,' , On. I !
along the border. 111. ellminatkn, it is
believed, will leave Carrenia free 1 to
move his army Into the south and con
centrate his forces sialnst the rebellious
bands still operstlni in the Interior and
near ths capital.
Still Work Before Carraaaa.
With tha fts-hUna transferred to ths
interior, the Waehlnstea administration
will watch developments with cloas and
friendly interest, hut not so anxtoualy as
while battles were bslna foufht along ths
It is realised, however, that wlUle tbs
withdrawal of tha rebellious northern
army wUl improve ths situation and
render Carransa's task of pacification
ler, ths army has before It Tnasy
month, of serious flifhtinf before he
can asattrs foralsn diplomats that his
ruleralilp la undisputed. Adylces to the
State department do aot Indicate how
many nun are opera tine In other parts
of the republto assinst th 4a facto sov.
ertunent, but Oiaalmatea bleed on official
and unofficial Information plaos ths num
ber at nuny thousand and (Tester than
the force Villa la expected to surrender
In tha north. : ' .
Vnder Zapata, tha Cedlllo brothers and
several former officer, of past retime
organisation are In th field In ths
tales of Haa L4it Potoal, Vera Cm,
Morelos. Teplc, Jsllero, Utchoacao.
Oufrreto, naiara. Chiapas. Booora and
Slnaloa. rit all these ar etronf or
sanlsatlon and by th Carrans. roverrw
ment they ars styled baudlu for th
creator part, althourh It Is admitted that
the operating; south and east of M.ilce
City si formidable.
SECOND NOTE IS
, Rejoinder of United States in An-
I cona case Adheres to unginai
Position and Adds Facts.
WILL BE GIVEN OUT WEDNESDAY
WASHINGTON. Dec. 20. Secre
tary Lansing announced that the sec-J
end American note to Austria, on the
Inking of the steamship Ancona, had
gone forward yesterday and should
reach Vienna tomorrow nlcbt.
y While Mr. Lansing: gave no Intima
tion of its contents, the note Is un
derstood to be a virtual reiteration
ff the original demands, with the
Implication that It is the United
fitates last word on the eubject.
The text of the note will be Issued
for. publication in newspapers on
Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Lanalng
' The note Is about 0O wntd Ion and,
although characterized by those ac
quainted with Its wording ss firm In tone,
it la aald to be somewhat leas sham Ih.in
the first note In the tenor of It demand, i
It Is bMJ- sqTtarety, Bcmrdlng to these '
official. on'the-Auatrlan admire Ity g own
version of the;Anrona alnklng, sTid while
reference IS made to Amerlcnn vlrtlma
and-eurvivora. the reference Is said to
be more Incidental thnn direct.
. Twelve Amtrlraai aboard.
Th namea of twelve Americana said
to 'have been on the Ancona when It wa
torpedoed were received todav by the
Stat department from Amtaador Vase
St Rome. ' The cablegram rendu ss fol
mwsj "Twslv' Americana known to have been
on "board th Ancona," They were:
"Mr. Cecils L. Orell. first cshln.
' 'Moseph Torrlsl and daughter, Carmela,
'eddnd' Cehln, bearing .American psaa
porta ItfG iM -wn.
' "Aleaanaer PoUllvo, his wife. Maria
Nicola Potallvo; two sons, Mario, aged
W, and Irlando. aged 17. and two daugh
ters. Maria Irmlha. 14 years, and Maria.
It years, third cabin. (Previous spelling
Pattatlvo' was erroneous )
"Pasquals Laurtno, formerly mentioned
as Saurlno, naturalised.
Mra Francis Maseola Leasira. reported
as wife of naturalised American cltlsen,
and ehlld, ham not given.
"Of foregoing only three are known to
survive, namely: Mrs. Orell. who left
Rom to salt today from Bordeaux by
Steamer Roohambeau; Joseph Ton-tat, !n
hospital at Ferryvllle, Tunisia, and Ir
lando PetatiVo "
ALLIES GIVE IT UP
Y WHEN DARDANELLES
',; ARE ALL BUT FORCED
(Continued from Pag One.)
of Kal-Cultan. whsra th flag, show
ln that th allied fleet was near, was
usually hoisted. But .th- morning- hours
passed and still the danger signet did not
appear. . ''
Th allied Jtseta evidently wore no n
ellned to risk mors such as those of the
previous jUSjrwlien'th Efouret, I rre Is ti
bia and Ooasjr1 went down and ttr other
ships Were- badly tlamaged. And yet even
with 'tfnty the eleven remaining ships It
appears from th Turkish admissions that
th Dardanelles could have been' forced
on March I.'
During tha Bay ths correspondent vlstod
several of th batertes. Ths damage done
on the day before was slight. Indeed, con
stating mostly of large earth displace
ments from th parapets and traverses.
Pour guns wore temporarily out of com
mission, hut the general shortage of am
munition ' mad ths pleoes negligible
Wfces. British ralUd.
Althoush th British. Information sys
tem In this field of operations wss ef f 1- j
dent. It must have failed tn this ' in
stance for It seems certain that with
seventeen shells ths battery In question
would hav ben easily disposed of. a
Channel eould than have 'teen mad
through the mine field and th wsy to
Constantlnopel would hav been open.
This was realised tn th Turkish capl
tat Th.-: court mar arrangements for
its transfer to Eeklshehlr, Antolla and
th Oerman and Auatro-Hungarlan m
basstea also were ready to go to this
ancient seat of th Ottoman government.
Many of tn families of tbe Oerman offi
cers in th Turkl.h service left Constan
tinople. In. short vrybody understood
that- y, calamity was tmpendlng. What
lUwaKwei. nature was but a few knew.
Tilay ths rfardanelles' forts nav all
tbs ammuntOon they can us, and ths
poslUon genraHy has been so Improved
and strengthened that It U considered
probable that to force the straits would
take more -ships than the allies hav.
Girl Breaks Leg,
Bov Hurts Back in
Miss Vera ''.Wraum, Twnty-thlrd and
Burt atreets. susuined" a broken 1st and
etuart Arthur.; Xffll North Twenty-ninth
street, a badly wrenched been when th
big traveler sled on which they were
coasting crashed Into the euro at iwen..
fifth and Hamilton streets, Bunaay msnu
The young couple wer members "
coasting party and a ths big sled cams
down th hill at a rapid rat xns awr
lng devlo snapped. Tb traveler crashed
Into th curb and overturned with ths
abor results. Other members or - m
party ar said to have sustained minor
Miss Parnum la IT year. o( ana
Arthur Is 1-
4 x 2
TjOB ANQEIES;. Cal.. Dec. ). That
J. nan Is giving uwierlal aid to th en
tente allies In th European war, not only
by supplying munitions, but by actually
guarding th Sues canal with Its war
ships, was stated her today by A. M.
PapaJian Bey, former minister of th In
terior tn Egypt, who Is a visitor in 1S
Ths Sues canal hss been stronsrly forti
fied since tb war begsn. hs said.
"Naturally ths extent of th fortifica
tions along tl.e Burs canal and ths fact
that Japanese warship ar on guard
ther have not been given publicity by
Great Britain." th former gptlan of
ficial said. "But, nevertheless, this Is a
BARNEY DREYFUS S,
owner of the Pittsburgh Na
tional league team, peace en
voy in the patching up of
difficulties between the Fed
eral league and Organized
Base Ball. :
I ; :
L )M I
a "V asi. w -- -js ti at
WILSONS ARE BUSY
President and Bride Give Up Golf
for Day to Reply to Messages
PLAN FOB, CHRISTMAS TREE
HOT SPRINGS. Va.,
F resident Wilson and
abandoned plans to pla;
to reply to hundreds of
' golf today
congratulation from personal friends,
telatlvea and official.
Since reaching her th couple has re
mained In such deep seclusion that only
members of their immediate party hav
seen them. They expected, however, to
take an autioblle ride late today. The
private railroad car was sent away today.
Arrangements for a Christmas cele
bration at the president's hotsl were
being mads today. There will be a large
Christmas tree and a special musical
entertainment. Members of the families
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson may eom for
th holiday, but no definite plans hav
Albert 0. Edwards
Dead; Nephew Mrs.
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Dec. . Albert O.
Hdwards, -1 a nephew of Mrs. Abraham
Lincoln, and for nineteen years custodian
of th Lincoln homestead here, died sud
denly today of heart trouble.. I
' Mr. Edwards' mother was a sister of
Mrs. Lincoln. He was tho owner of the
Lincoln furniture tn the homestead. This
has been said to be a very valuable
estate, computing Its worth on the sale
of Lincoln relics elsewhere. The home
stead was given to Illinois years ago by
Robert Lincoln, son of the emancipator.
Mr. Edwards wss the last living person
who saw the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. i
Cottoa Gtaatagr Report.
WASHINGTON. Dec JO.-Cotton tinned
prior to December 13 amounted to 10,303.
t6S running bales, including 100.M0 round
bales and 83,810 baues of Sen Island, the
census bureau announced today.
W will give free of
Charge with 4 full quarts
of h'lmo Rye at I J. 10.
A fine hand painted
tiread and batter
ehlna plata a bot
tle of fin CaUfor.
nla port wine, a
Cold etched whls
ey aiaao, a pocket
corkacrew and a
This whiskey Is
for our trade aad
is sold direct to
you. W ruaran-tee-this
to he better Uian
other hlcii gra1e
old ry that sells
at 4 o u b 1 th
Orders west of
the Rockle must
call for It qnartn
Our reiet euc la Qruaha National Bank.
Mall your orders to
MEYER KLEIN LIQUOR CO. ,
12 North lltb St. Omaha. Neb.
CENTRAL TAXI CO.
Up-to-date limousine or touring
Hpttclal rat for shopping by hour.
Our i-ar. look like private cars;
they hate no monograms, carry no
niftflrs and our cluiuffeura wear na
PHONE DOUGLAS 062
STAN'U I'AXTO.V HOTKL.
Hyiole IloTnky, rrceldent.
MILKS IN HIGH FAVOR.
In waist, skirt or dress lengtha.
Yod aro safe In making a selec
tion here, where variety seems
boundlebs from the tasteful, but
Inexpensive fabrics at 50c a yard,
to th finest Imported weaves In
gift boxes If desired. . .
1918 WASH SILKS, fWe TO
$1.00 A YAIU).
Beautiful w'eavea of . Spring
like newness, which are extreme
ly popular for gift purposes.
In these days of richly beautiful
fabrics, velvets are tbe Ideal of
fashion. A dress length In a
Christmas wrapping will be a
at Special Prices
$2.15 Lace Scarfs. Tuesday, $1.30.
$2.60 Bleached Table Cloths, $2.
A. SALE OF JAPANESE
LUNCH CLOTHS AND NAPKINB
$1.00 45-in. Japanese Lunch
$1.50 54-inch Japanese Lunch
Cloths. fl.OO. v
$1.00 12 -Inch Lunch Napkins
to match. 75c a dozen.
The Best Bargains
In Men's and Ladles' dothlng, Haa,
tCnpa, Furnishings and Shoo
For toe wnoie ipjbuj
J.llelphind Clothing Co.
814-310 North loth Bu
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
A Mammoth, siaborate Photo-Fro-dnotlon
ef BaU Cala.'a Im
mortal IToval and, Play
The Eternal City
Viiih Pauline Frederick
Produced araldi the grandeur and.
beauty of modern Rome, this
aimastna; photo-spectacle mark a
new era in dramatic plcturlsatlon.
(Ftor th first time In th history,
of motion pictures. Tho Vatican
Qardens, the Coliseum, St. Peter's,
th Caatl of St. Angelo's and
many other Impressive spots In
The Eternal City hav been used
as settings for a acreen production
th on time capital .of the
world passing before th eye In
pictorial panorama. emphasaed.ty
th dramatlo Intensity of a stir
ring plot. In relief against this
classic barkjrround progressing
one of the most powerful and appealing-
romances ever conceived.
Eight reels of film masterpiece,
direct frticn th Astor Theater,
New Tork, where a dollar admis
sion price was asked, but abso
lutely no chang in prices here.
6 th Ei2Ueek
Only I Mori Days
Bally Mats, ail a.
B very Bve Siia.
Mate., a &a o ai.oa
aval no a m
tr.M,l, 5, 7, 1.
ths asset beautiful plotax vr ahrwa
rtrat Photoplay la Color.
Afteraooas. 10c aig-ata. soo.
BegtaAlBa Zmaa Xay
Por Two Wees a,
TMM IATTLS OST OP PSAOa."
Beat Mow On Bala.
Yliere the Omita Be
ARBOR ITT rALACal
B TueSn Wed.
Tire Fashion Qmfer of llie Middle
Sale Starts at 9 a. m.
For the benefit of many
who did not secure any of
the splendid values we of
fered in our recent sale of
.Women's Silk Hosiery, we
have decided, after numer
ous requests, to repeat the
sale, and will do so Tues
day. Values to $3 a pair
Tuesday $1.19 a Pair
Children '8 Pique Gloves,
in white and tan with fancy
embroideries, $1.35 a pair.
Gloves, white, tan and gray,
50c a pair.
Tapestry Boxes, Half Price
Former prices $1.60. $2.00, $2.60. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.
Art Department Third Floor.
LITTLE BUSY BEES
We are going to give you FIVE DOLLS THIS WEEK,
because it is Christmas, and we want you all to have a
chance to win one.
LILLIAN is the
biggest and prettiest
and ia for the little
girl that sends us the
most pictures. 12DNA
is second, IDA third,
HELEN fourth and
("Bobbys is a girl,
but they call her
she plays with , the
boys all the time).'
You just ought to see
her run and jump and
and all the
rest of the outdoor
games. That's, what
puts-that sparkle in
her eyes and the roses
on her cheeks. ' I-just love her myself, best of them all,
because she has such winning ways dear little 'Bobby.'"
I wonder what little girl will get her. If I was a little
girl, wouldn't I try, though I
i Remember, yon mast send your plrtnres ln'OVE
DAY EARLIER this week, beennse Saturday Is Christ
mas, so the OOVTK8T WlIX CLOKK 4 F. M. FRIDAY, ' '
Instead of Saturday. , .
These dolls will be given free to tbe little girls under 13 yeara
of age. who bring or mall us the largest number of dolls'-picture
cut out of The Dally and Sunday Bee before 4 p. m., Friday, December-1.
. .-" ',.
- - This picture of three of the dolls will be in The Bee every day
this .week. Cut them out and ask your friends to save the plcturea
In their paper for you. "too. See how many plcturea you can get- and
be sure to turn them 1n; to The Bee office before 4 p. m., Frtday.iDe
cember 14. , '.;!
' You Can St the Dolls at The Bee Office
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may he
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really succcessful.
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Kittae Chomt ef Malodleus Moan. f 1
sWelUUna Arraj of SurvrtMs. i r
r IU tr ths Itark.M artaaeae ew re-
twomt. Com u4 hMp th lua. vr SIImIou.
TlreA aUorvars Mstlnse) Week Pajs.
Tse aa( of VauaavlUe.
Pailf lUtlaaa. I la- Eiarr Night. u.
Tkia waaa - Talaphoas Taal.M rraak Fsur
l. Lmm Ta Sam. - Ta Aarara H U,m -Kucna
(JaatoiKt kU. mtm. Niiraun PHIUis,
Itivwaa ae Itowaa. OTehmai Traxl Waaklr.
rruw-alal., ualt. Ia. Itaat Scale IIUcaM
Setaroar Aa4 Sasaaf). tea. KlsM. lac. Sac. M
8:30 a. m.
to 9 p. trL
$1.19 a Pair
Table Center Aisle -
Special This "Week" ..
60c Chocolates, 39 per lb.
Also boxes of Dinnihg's,
Mazeppa's, Fruit Brand and
fwifit The 4Parlsn Prlsst"
TODAY aa WBDMSSDAT
U "TM CatBAT,"
Director CeU a. Be MU'.S's
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