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DAILY EVENING EDITION
EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
Fir iimiuiit rborwUy tad rrM
rmitrt tmitehf with lroU warmer
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OltEHON. THURSDAY, MAY 80, 1901,
5 ! x
. Ns. ,.
Tome and w me.
Fruits a specially
Biggest line lUple
I fancy Groceries in
in uk v
To contemplating buyers
The well known line of "K. & W." hot weather apparel pre
sents unusual attraction and is here. The assortment is com
plete, catchy The jooils are well maile in evcrv detail.
Fancy Flannel Outing Suits of the rclehrate.l "R, A W."
make are tasteful, dreai) p itti rns. 1 1 andsonie. stlish, pet
feet fitting irartneiits 1 'he eotTtCt thing lor tins season.
Outing suits of fancy flannel 57.00 to 5i 2.00
Uliic ami hlack serge coats and vests 2.50 to 6.00
Allpacaaud Sicilian coats, coats and vest.-. 1.50 to
Clash and linen suits 3.00 to
Linen and cotton ulsters, . 1 . 25 to
Light weight spring and summer trousers 2.00 to
Don't let the firt I lot days find you unprepared.
Alexander & Hexter.
The took of I ry Groodi in tbo Judd Building known as (ho
Wessel Dry Goods Stock
CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th.
STRICTLY CASH PRICES.
is a list of tempting
at Frederick Nolf's
Utile SOat) 2',.r
lt brtuhei : y
fwwi crepe papei ioc roll
Inun't Pi,,.:. i..
wwi new ioc
Kinds of toS c and ,,,
nocks 7ic to i f c
tls now 15c
' KUni limn.. . .
thai knife I5,
,c7n Lianye" tMl)acto 24c
fcttaatjc 19c ami 23c
,ck"Kes matches c.
PJ IWs 5c to 25L
" m 10 3.65
1 VieS kaj, . av.
nictal iil.t.. 1. ..V . -
Inl, r-"iv iiulue.s u, to OQ
9i aape, ,
M -..1, . -
r,5,ut' cml)s 5, to 4ck
Ui L 1 1 1 lu 5l
tnm , ni,,,'r alond
rK erMo, 23e
ire ' taMw" "d WOOd-
IlvioU,, ,fL alul 101 ten
S f y clock worth 4, here
lu!d you ,.,
it,.- . "
K'lt or fur
Choosing SoautkinQ Toothtonu
hreakfast or supper is always a
pleasure tO those who look over
the many delicacies that com
prise our stock of fancy gro cries
We have the world's choicest
products in glass, tin and pack
agaai and put up hy the best
methods for preseivation Our
ff9ab arrivals of vegetables and
sliaw hemes are choice- and low
j 1 l
It in .11 " lain
in si v, , y
I ,.,c "a,e. iancy goods
BYEKS BEST FLOUR
To iiiak.- ifoiHl lird uh Byvr' BmI Flour, ft took tirM
preniani at tin- Ohlosgo World's Fair overall oonpeti
yon 1 end glvet esoel lent HtliUMtloa ybmefer tetdi
Kvry hiick in .1.0.0 1 -A. Wn have t lie Imnt HU'aiu
Kollt'xl Bailnv, SvJ Kvti and Una n I hut Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYER8, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
1 have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from QUO pint to ten quarts, will freeze IfftM
in bom tbrOf to five minutes; alo have a full
line of llhillg tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
line before baying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
Armed Men Walk the Str
of the Town.
' The Bpenlah tleotioM to tin ont'
baft matted kppMtinwteW In Iba
return -nf l.'O in in intonal i'nts nd
thirty DienibMl f nt BMOlltkMIt
, sir ThonM Lipton hK desided to
tend 1 1 Bhemroek I. to Aperies with
tho ohal leneor in order that he may
oontlnat the t r in 1 Men ri(tiit up to Um
i date of the cup raretc
MeWetl OreiB, who lant March wan
appointed Mcrelnrv ol the Onltod
States legation to i inateniala, died in
LoallfillO, Ky., nn I'uesdny. He
I never able for his ost nfter reeeivinif
: the appointment.
An to tin opinion of the mipreme
court in the insular OMN. the decinion
in the DmIIbm bub. if tallowed In the
Philippines, and ,1 Ii -o Miamed H GREAT EXCITEMENT PREVAILS TODAY "" rtw torneil In nn
win ne. initfiu resnn in (iiiiik an
extra MMlon ol i'oii(resM.
In Leiington, Ky., the funeral of
Mro. LIU Breckinridge, wite Ol At
torney General Robert J, Breekin
riilLti'. us held at the home of Colonel
W. Oi Pi Breckinridge. (4overnor
BerkliMin and ether Htate otlicers were
The deoieion ol the United states
supreme eourt at Washington 5iistain
in the supreme court of Colorado,
MttlM the iiiestion of ownership of ail
Index and veins found within the
boundaries ol lenallv Mtabllebod min
i n uc elaiins. The court holds that the
locator f a mlttiM claim holds ill
veins apexinc the boundary of his
claim, without respect to croon or
In peeklni ol the Ooem d'lAene
mining tranbte,Pieeidenl Bojreei of tin-
Western Federation, sail that the
proprietors were bleeklletlttg men and
that miners now had to et a permit
in order to go to work. He deelered
that system was an outrage OB Ameri
can liiiertv and sld that blacklisting
men for labor troubles was worse than
a relic of tln middle ages. To HMOt
thin method on the part of some em
ployers Bovce advocated a more pro
gressive policy in organising the
different unions of the body
Rfllatlvs ol Rochelle Musi l av, Towu,
But Negroes Generally Will
Not Be Molested.
PACIFIC NORTHWBSr NKWS.
" '02 Webfoot" is the name of the
Junior snnnel issued this year for
the Bret time at the V, ol 0,
The (ireat Northern coal chutes and
cages at llilliard, Wash. j ith livecars
"I coal, were destroyed by lire luesilay
morningi Loss, $tS6,O0Oi
A fatal accident occurred on one of
Congressman fongne's ranches, two
miles south of Uifleboro. The I9yaar
old son of Mr, Krebs, a tenant, wdnle
drlftng a large laml roller, acciileli
tally fell in tr nit of the log, and was
loetently killed, the roller passing
over his body .
Wool has dropped in the Oorvailli
market from I9to 1.' cents per pound.
One tirm has bought liO.lKHi pounds, ol
which about 20,000 ponndj have DOM
del leeiedi A lariner w ho has. liiUO
lleeces, said to be about the best wool
in the county, last week retimed an
otter of LSI cents, asking 1
A, B. Hammond, president of the
Astoria A Columbia river railroad
purchased iuu acres ot land at Tongue
Poiot, "ii which he will erect a mam
moth sawmill with a capacity of over
a OSSrtOf of a million feet of lumber
pM day. Usmmood ll slso considering
two OtOei sites 011 which hi will erect
The steamship City ol -eattle arrived
irom kaw'w y in Portland Tuesday
morning with ,rsi passengers. On Fri
day morning the only obstruction to
tree nav Igstion on the 1 'ik n river
U)twMtn Lake Bennett and UewiOB,
was an ice jam which stopped the
steamers al Hell date. It was tlioiitit
the river would tie dear by Sunday.
Hie water is still low, ami at several
places bo shallow as to almost prevent
L. L. Bales, private mail carrier,
arrived Tuesday morning from Cape
Nome, idler If.', days' traveling, mak
ing the 00 11 kei record in the history
of winter traveling from the far North
ern gold camps. .Mr. Hales lell Nome
at 1' o'clock 111 the alieruooii ol April
i, traveling by dog sleds down the
OOSSl to Bristol bay, where he caught
the steamer Ibspabh for Astoria, Or.
He was retained eight days between
.Nome and Bristol bsT, waiting for
mail, aid lost nine nays ai orison
Bay awaiting the departure ol the
Ban tOW, FIs., May Hit. Incitement
over the crime of Fred Lochelle ami
his burning at the stake by a mob last
night continues today. Hundreds of
armed men are in the city. The
negroes are terribly frightened, hut
have been assured they will not be
harmed. All of Kodielle's relatives
will he forced to leave the place. The
lire around the stake hum! for hours
At midnight, nothing was left save a
pile of bones, some of these were
gathered up as relics.
Ttti or th Grime,
Bantow, Fa., May ill). A vast throng
of 1 pie last night witnessed the
burning at the stake of Fred Kochee,
the negro who outraged and iniirdereil
Mrs. Kena Taggart, a white woman of
this city. The crime was committed
within bill vards of the princinal biisi
ness street of the city ami to the exact
spot where the deed was done tin
struggling, wriggling w retell was
draggml !v the imwliug mob.
I hen the negro was hound to a staki
ami a can ot kerosene procured. It
was but a few moments until i was
writhing in agony as the ilium
scorched and blistered his shrinking
tlcsb. o one showed the least coin
" -I A, ..I .,. I
poociioii ior me viciiin as lie slowly
succumbed to the ravages of the lire
and even the sickening smell of
scorched tlesh did not deter the specta
tors In m crowding -loser to witness
the last shudders of the dying man
mis crime nas one oi itie most re-
volting in the history of this portion
I At. . al '
"i Tin1 niiimrv .
fVrm-NA MEMORIAL SUNDAY
Brerei to II t)eoratd bv U. A. R.,
Rstiakaht and Odd Peliowi.
Vthena, May ;tt). On Snndav, Jane
Wild Horse lodge, I. O. O. F. No.
7M, the Kebekahs, and iiettybnrg
I POM, No. gf G, A. K., w ill meet at
1 the Odd Fellow's hall at 'J o'clock. and
1 inarch to the At iiena cemetery , where
they Will decorate tin' graves of their
I honored dead. J, C. Stamper, noble
grand, w ishes a full attendance of No.
7::, and also extends an invitation to
all visiting nu mbers of the order to
participate in Ibis beautiful ceremony.
t h o clock esterilav afternoon, an
t he ile-
partment promptly responded. It was
discovered that the smoke house in the
rear of the ritv meal market, which
is a small OormgStod iron building,
was or, tlfc inside. Two streams of
water soon extinguished the Maine
The damage was found to he slight.
Lester Swagart, of Pendleton,
visited relatives in this city Hundav.
Will Wells transacted business at
John Kcharl hut Monday evening lor
Hot l ake, JJnloa countv, where he
will stiiv for a lew weeks. His many
friends hope that be will return en
joy ing good In-Hit Ii .
W. I'. Willaby was a I'einl leton visi
ItM hand gSTS a delightlul open air
concert Monday evening, which was
thoroughly enpived by a large number
of our people.
Mayor W. .1. Wilkinson is this week
OOnfllKil to his home by sickness.
William Kstcs, of this city, this
week sold to W. S. I ifner Bill acres
on Camas I'rairie for I H.
Mrs. DonoVSn left 1 lesilav for Pen
dleton, Where she lm been engaged to
nurse Mrs. Florence Vllowav, who is
confined to her home hv illness.
.1. M. Mom , lormerlv an Athena
business man now of Oro Finn, Idaho,
is in this city today transacting busi
ness. Mrs. Ira Kemp and her two daught
ers, left Wednesday for Colton, Wash ,
for a month's visit with Mrs. Kemp's
.1. II. Ullemen transacted business
in Pendleton Wednesday.
Mrs. F. B. Boyd and daughter, Miss
Cecile, visited relatives in Weston
Louis Bergevin was a Pendleton visi
Bi Maloney, of Pendleton, is visit
ing relatives In this city today.
Anarchists Are En Route to
THEY ARE REGICIDES. IP POSSIBLE
Are Wtii inns' Trains and Boats and
(ireal lltttuMM Prevails In
If eemiri U pbjreletlly mlera4
and meoteli) unhuppv, the child kh
nMrt, will, in face and form, aa well aa
in diajse-.tion r-tli . t her wn condi
tion. Every woman who auticipatoa
niotberhooii ought 10 think of tbu and
be a fairy godiuothci to her own child,
endowing it with health, beauty, and a
The uu-iiial misery of the proapecfcWe
BKither is 111 general the leault of her
pbyaical cuuUilion. bhe la nervoua, her
atipctiie luiia, sue
Cauuot ill D 1 '
atort hei sppetitoi
quiet her BOfVBJ
and give hn li rp
and she lm omea a
"It ha made a
new woman ot me,"
ia the const. oil tea
timouy ot woiueu
who have uocd Dr.
Pierce's l .nonte
the appetil, and
induce n lr Uug
sleep. It rttib-
1 1 alic regularity,!
draiua, heals 111-
tlauimaUoii and uU eratlou
LiuHug Ihi iei iu..i,ili u-,i I Its.ki i in
ward tu atabrruky i cuuld i, krrp n.oO.iuw
h my Sum.. '1 srrilea Ifn 11 1 Aaeraua
Soutti Brtlain, N.w llnvco Cu . Couu " w o
weak that I w. in tu bed ou tbr akth uf June sua
Brver aot up oil thr firtt f Auaust J ou I
diUticui due tun i.ui well luilr Uucfit I rrad
about lusuv I" iux li'ier l by usauw -,ui mt h
clue mi 1 tuourflit I wuuio gtvr 11 a irun
nu lu Uir y.H.1 tj.i Hi rtc i null -11
tuber, mul I b.l nlcr
IV MU IU
February fulluwiiw My baby weiabd Mil
ebbt uukiod- 1 vu oaly ill fui sbuulun bow
Sad got kiuUK ill. on JurlUK culiuuciucut W
up id dissrd uu lb. ribtk day I ufvi-r bad
tb a t"i with mt si all iiul Ibr uurat UM
orlwu frUu.ln My fncuJ. Ihuuht I u kick a
aery aburt i ihia uuikc. my aeiuud cbi .1
Wltb tin bii out I ilid uut luke favurlur fie
acriuiiuu.' Tlir little uu, lived lust abuul I wu
muutha sud she waa kick all tbe Unit I ni
Lta baby U a uluuiu and bcallby aa nay uulbei
Da incu, felleU viacc OaesWtpStsOaV
QHASTLY PINO OF BODIES
inirty-Utie Babisi Had Bssn Ulipuasd
ot In a Cellar.
iiirmiiigiiam, .viay ill. the greate-t
excitement prevails bere over the tiinl
UK oi iiiiriv-one ueau lullnes In a
cellar in Newtown row. They wen
ai.. a i- i ' .
neaiiv arranifeo in imxes ami were in
various stages of decomposition.
I lie willow 111 wb cellar the
corpses were found has Is-cii arrested
on a charge of murder.
Found Mauuled Body.
V ..... yA.i. , i i .
.um i oik, .i,ay i ne noiiy ol a
nude man, his throat cut, ham
l i , ac i ...
nawawu. on aim uurertKJ Willi cuts was
tound on the shore at Brighton I lead
this morning. I here is nothing about
Hie DOay 10 givea clew to the identity.
I RAIN REACHED CAPITAL
fiskident li Aaaln al Hums Willi Hit
WMUington, May .0 I he presidio
tial stsscial train arnvtsl here tin
morningon schedule tune. I he home
coining of the chief executive was un
marked by any popular demonstration,
on account 01 Mrs Mi K uiley 's health
lea otticials were present to greet the
presnieni aiel members ol the cabinet
.Mrs. .McKinley sbows the cited ol
her serious illness, and hail to Is- care
hilly assisted to ber carriage, willed
was driviin directly to the Whit
Washington, Hay 10, the president
receive. I several callers alter he hail re
looted the stains ol travel from his
lace secretary K'sit spent half an
Hour Willi i, in., inn matters of state
were not discussed.
ATTACK SHIT1SH POLICY.
Kn.llkli Aulliur Tlilnkk His Nation Has
London, May to. l-nderick Harri
son, the British author and historian
makes a vicious attack on the British
south African policy in the ao wspspsn
mis morning. Alter sis-ak nig ol the
insane lo'ly and degrading pel ley el
mini i. .lining 111 nouin .iirica, u
I' ron, the first, tbe nation has
been hoods inked hv an elalsirale
la OTIC of calumny and falsehosJ. Ac
counts of the Biir conspiracy to drive
us out of Africa were mere promoti r's
isles payalile in gold "
I Inn, promoters, HaTison charges,
ijouglit uj, the press and politicians.
ami inaue Mr Alfred M liner tuelr tis,i
Ile concludes by saying that Briliaiis
are being biiin 1 1 laled and made tin
langbing stock ol tbe world, and he
predicts aventual victory for the Bjsrs.
Bosra and giigllsh.
Potaeheistrum, TrseavseL May M,
A lorce of Boers (Mice attacked a Brit-
Isb convey near v ei.lnrailorii on Naliir-
day. Jbe Boers lost loertoeu killesl
ami wounded. The Boers fought
deHiralely, but failed to get any (
me wagons, tlireu ol wfiicli were
burned by ttiS British to prevent them
iron, tailing into the enemy s hamis
Paris, Mav iiu Kdiiioiid Koataud, j
the i. i. I author, lias been eleclesl
n.i-mhcr ol the Koyal Academy by a
majority of seventeen. It was thought
tbe olO.ooltli.il would ik- siii cesslul In
i , . . .
securiug ins Ueleal.
ihs Oraeaa Maiist t urps.
Baker City, .May :o P rat idea I
l.yle, of the Oregon Women 's Belief
Corps, is in Baker to organ ue a loial
branch of tbe order, which is to be
known as Joe Hooker post No. 31.
I be meeting will lie held this evening,
when at least o charter meiuliers will
The least in quantity and mfst in
quality descrilais IeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous pills for cuistina
tiou and liver complaint. Tali man .Uu.
l)K A TH.
Miiclisll Talks of
Betof John B Mitchell has re.
turned home to Portland, coming via
Han r rsneleoOi lie has resoeerwulfrnm
his recent sickness ami is in line
heslthi He said to a reporter'
''I regret my illness very much as
it prevented me Irom giving mv set
annul (at lent ion , Is. (ore the various
departments, tomatters in which the
city of Portland and the state of lire
gOH are vitally interested. We all re
gretted very much the ded al of the
river and harbor hill. This defeat,
however, is in no manner chargeable
to Oregon's delegation in congress.
The bill was simply talked to death
umler a pernicious system that prevails
in the senate, against which 1 always
have contended and always shall, ami
by which one BUM physically able has
it m it li in bis power to defeat anv
measure tbat mav come up during the
last week of the session. It shall be
mv purpose, in conjunction with mv
colleagues in the senate and house, to
secure at the coming session the
earliest pOSSl Ne act Ion llsiu I be river
and harbor bill, and we shall hone
that in this hill Oregon's interests will
be fully and fairly nrotncteil
"The river ami harbor committee
f i he house of representatives, or at
bast a maturity of its members, are
making a lour ot the I uitcd states,
and will prcsciitlv visit Oregon. I
am sure that our representative Bodies.
the chamber of commerce, board ot
trade and kindred organisations will
sen b, it tbal limy are proper v enter
tained ami given full opportunity to
examine personally i,ur rivers ami har-
iiurs i am not advised as b. tin- exact
late of their arrival, but Ihev will
probably reach Portland about the
in i i lb- of next month . ' '
Senator Mitchell expresses himself
as being glad to get hack to Oregon
lb- aill remain Indefinitely, or per-
haps until a short time before the
opening of the next session Of OOngTOSS,
Itesidenls ol Polk county contem
plate tin- organisation el a stock com.
pauy for the pursiae ol proepsstlug
tin- polk county hills and vsllsyi lor
..ii Indications of oil and coal are
patch savs :
"The police here are advised that
two Italian anarchists are en route to
snain determined to kill King Alfonso.
The authorities are searching all trains
ami boats lor the noald'bs regicides.
(Ires tost sscitemenl prevails.
STIRRED UP AT HONOLULU
Jury Investigating Hrlbery Charaes
si-urns in Mnan Htiilneis.
Honolulu, May IS, via Han Fran
cisco, Mav til. The special grand lurv
called to investigate the bribery
charges in the legislature raised the
biggest sensation here since the days of
the revolution Many government
otticials were called as witnesses.
Hole told what he knew, but the other
otticials refused to testify on the
ground of "privileged information."
Lawyer Thurston who also refused,
ess committed lor metompt. Waiter
Q, smith, editor ol the Advertiser was
indicated lor perjury. He refused to
give the name of the corporal ion said
to have lieoii solicited for brilies Both
men are In it ll out
Is st 1 1 1 III session .
ii hail. The jury
A (i. A. K. PARADE PRECEDED
Washlnwlioi Has Pleasant Ueaoratlon
Washington. May :iu Memorial day
dawned fair and cl rv and the smile
of the sun brightened the holiday
attire of the capitol. the prim pal
exercises were at the Arlington
national cemetery. Preceding the
llevHirStion of graves, there was a
persde by . . A . K. veterans.
today's Baseball Maores.
Philadelphia, May ;UI.- Philadel
phia, ii I Cincinnati, I.
Detroit -Detroit, . Baltimore, B).
Milwsnkse Milwaukee. ..Washing
New York New tork, .'i . t. Lonii,
Boston Boston, Si Chicago, 4.
Brooklyn Brooklyn, S; Pittsburg, i.
Cleveland Cleveland, I ; Philadel
Chicago Chicago, l Boston, :l.
K. uf P. Lodge.
Baker City, May IS), -lireud Vice
Chancellor I H Vitkeii, of llnntilig
IOU has announced that he would in
stitute a new Knights of Pythias lodge
at Riehlend In Eagle valley, -tH miles
irom this place, mi June I This Is
the tilth K. of P. lodge Institute,! by
Oraml Vies Chancellor Aitkin during
the past live months in Kaslern Ore
g and indicates the healthy growth
..I the order in this part of the state
An llliiiou Bank durglary.
Danville, Ills . May lu The Col
lision bank was broken into last night
and robbed ol HJ0, llurlgars stacked
sai ks of Hoar ell srraisd the safe pi
deaden the noise of the explosion.
htm uors Cseeterfstltag,
t he secret service has uueartliral an
Other band of counterfeiters and
sei u red a large qoeetity of bogtM bills,
which ar uj i leverly HSSOUtedthnl the
average person would never susaa'l
them nl being spurious Things of
great value are always selected by
counterfeiters lor imitation, notably the
celebrated Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
which has manv imitators but uu
cipials foi indigestion, dvsHpsia, con
stipatioii, nervousnesi and general
debility I be 111 t teis set th lugs right
in tbe stomach, and when the stomach
is in gisai order ll maksgiMsl bpsal
and plenty of it. In Ibis manlier the
Bitters get at tln seat "I strength ami
vitality, and rsStOfe vigor to the
weak and debilitated Beware of coun-
lerfsits w ben bni mg.
A Strong Woman
Iiyam en , . b.oa, Aug. U, law
My wltu raa an a tut tnise "mi Wu in ad
vvarylbii.a eltkuul rsilaf ai.d auui muoS
uuiuay My vtfs Irnd Wu... of i ardul aud hur
bullluk iiure.il bai hlei lu..k tan luurs U.Uias,
ka ring li would kavs Iti a. - rk bard duriag
tbu bay nari aal eb. aituuilad l all l. t li use
ttuld duliua and kafcdad aud uukuadvd all Ika
bay. Tblk lucdli on sata bwr air. ngtb Vot
uiarly .l, w u i un.d suit ouuld bardly
g it a'., ill b .1 -I" baa baeu taklDf Wlas
,. l-ar.fli.i ,.... fi.ls b. tt. r and all. .user itiau
ibi.ii au ,uara uf
Mr, t iktahal.r had Irktd vryU.MS dulns
hsr Ihrsc yait mkncu and lisd kpcai ionkf
(rabls mSSSI shc weak and tould hardly
abuut lur Hirtc ycart Iwlore n tuul
New. a tar taking IK WiM ul CarUui, rnks csa
work wli hsr hu.baiwJ m Ova hay ftsld. That
b hard wtsrk. but u U set as uxiurleuj k a
wuniaa't hsalth as lahur in tiorsj, fikctortsk sas)
elflts whsrs Ihoussnds ol sirls arx kloatly ,
fined year sJUr yea With Uvs aid f ws. el
l ani.j. a nuiiiaii tan do any reatunabi work and enkuy sood health. 1h
heslOi in- Win of Csrdul brinli maass s woman vijoroua lu body and mind
Freed Irom tltoae terrible dsvuUlifis, pal at a womaa grow well and etroag
mat o ally Wine ul ( ardui regulsUi Ills disordered nieiuiruetlon sad carat
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