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j f THE WORLD MONDAY EVEPTTING NOVEMBER 23 100
t8 ELLS WRECK
U8 LECATION
Lv San Domingo Closely Besieged
b and American Ministers I
Home with Other Buildings
i Destroyed by Revolutionists
OVERTURES FOR PEACE
ARE FLATLY REJECTED
Leaders ol the Revolt Are De
l terminedi They Say to Force
the Surrender of the City In
Spite of All Interference
Ii
SAN DOMINGO Nor SJTh rest
dance of the United Stales Minister hs
bttrt demolished toRrther with numer
Ei 003 other bull tnfi fn Ban Domingo by
Wo mbardnrc3t tqt Insurgents Peao
noffotlntlons nave Called and the 6e
tlefetnfr force threatefis to utterly da
Btrny the entire city
The Inhabitants are In the wildcat
panic Provisions are so hIgh In price
that onlythosewith plenty of money
Jor with reserve stores to fall back upon
are able to Batiste their hunger The
0 poor are Jurr ring severely A little
longer and the sanitary condition of the I
city must become such that an epidemic
will ensue
Ttie longrange guns which were ex
pected by President Woi 7 Oil have not
arrived and the Government forces
within tha city are practically helpes s
Out of range ot the Presidents artillery
the Insurgents are enabled to bombard
without tho slightest danger to them
selves
X desperate effort was made yester
day to bring about a peace arrnnce
menb President Was y Oil delegated
United States Minister Powell the Del
elan Minister the IIayUanMlnIaturand
the Spanish Consul to visit the Jnsur
gent camp lfh a compromise proposj
tIon This brourht about an armUtlce
lasting until C o 1ock In the evening
The Insurgent would listen ton
proposition but one comprehending the
absolute trurremjer oC tho city Presi
dent Woe YGII refused to surrender
and at nlghJfAll the bombardment 1t was
resumed
y The residence of tho United State
i Minister Is a total wrcckIt was utrubk
repeatedly by Insurgent shells
JII
s CQLOMBIAVtANTS
eo
UJjyilUU
f1i 1
suggestion That Its Capital Be
L V Transferred to Panama Is
i Not Likely to Be Accepted
the Isthmians
I WASHJNUTON Nov alhe Navy
Department has received a cablegram
fronv B ncJUAdmlraJ Olaac commander
lnchlef of thii Pacific Squadron from
wmjna under date of Saturlay Htttln
that the conf < enco of Gen Itoyca the
Special Colombian Conrnls loner end
tho authorltlog of Panama was without
result and that Gen Ilecs had rlHJ I
for fib 9 United States
rtj believed that asldo from a propo
Itlon tor Panama to asauma part pt the
Colombian foreign debt Gen ItejeH
main purpose Is to advance the suggns
tlon that the capital ot Colombia bo
transferrcd to the Cty of Pannma This
is equivalent to the annexatlor of Col
ombia by Panama
D The opinion w onTlal circles here Is
that though fattcilng the Droposltlon
I will bo rejected the Panama Commft
IcncrsWfor no oihcr reason than be
cause throdgh alieet el = tit numbtrh
the Colombians s x > n would control the
ndmlnlistrnlldn of tlir rcunjtcd republic
and tho situation is to 1minnia uiuilil
boa It wan poforo the revolution and
eiparatlon
Mr eauprs status remains unchang
ed so tar af to the aiucuja hire kn i v
y1I1d riot lthstandlf tho meiucls ton
Ii ot the notes addressed to him by Iho
t Colombian Minister for forulgi Affairs
as p i oufr In ih prii > JiJijtcns aCinl
JJoeotajthe Sntc jDopittitfiu JOIH 101
consldlr that thcro his tI1 a rcadli In
the relations bctwcsn tho Jilted Stille
and CtIombla
P
EMPERORWILLIAM
1 RECOGNITION
f BERLIN Nov K Emperor William
r 1143 dljWlf1 tim German Iulholtl i lo
offlJiillX rccopilzo the UopuLllo bi1 a j
< ama An auounconiuBt of tho reco
t nltUm ot tit new State is CXpVdtcd
u61t1
The Ilnpcror today received In audi
1 J ence IMron von S Sfcrnbur tho German I
Aplfcusador to the United SUt 3 and
1 > rd Lonsdalo
t CARTAGENA CLOSES PORTS I
rc TO SHIPS FROM COLON
i
I COLON V v73A > cW tyas la
ktletj fct Cacjajfna Noy j q ottlnj
f tftfofth tjiat n9 steamers shall bo a
k lowed to clear from Cartasenu for Colon
f 5 ttjnt ii CariasiSna cjmfdif on Colon
f 4l7thf for Jslj C nsOls ana ateamsliip
l etitv Ut Cartapeni lave protcmod
tfteet agant tbq d crca
r
WLUHSEE3 BROTHER DEAD
Na le
4F v ° ° Vodcrce lritier of
dloJ yesterday
fufe mony It
I la 0 t
tA f A f
PM
Jf
HANNAH ELIAS AS SHE LCOKHD r5 YEARS AGO AND AS SHE APPEARS
NOW AND DAUGHTER IN WHOSE PACE HER DOOR WAS CLospn TODAY
DAY OPERATOR
j IS JAILED IN
TOWER MURDER
Continued from First Page
churchyard cato when Constable her
stepped up and aid I want you to
come with me Billy Mlohscltree
aakcd an explanation but the constable
hurried him to the sheriff who stood a
short distance away They put him in
a buggy and drove off to the Lock
I Haven Jail In thetall Mlchneltree said
to The World correspondent that he
had eaten hll dinner at home at 6
cetoefcThursday evening and then went
to the hmo of > Ed Colbe a neighbor
wlttl whom ho remained until after 7
oclock when he went to the theatre
at Lock Haven It was at 665 P M
that Cfendonnlnt dying message was
received at Jersey Junction
Mlchneltree ald ho was a lifelong
friend of ClondonrJns but had not seen
him since hie return from New York
whore he had been working for sev
eral months
some one spent Thijrsday afternoon
In tho tower with Clondtnnln and a
railroad man who saw tile visitor says
he looked like Mlchoeltree On Mlchacl
tree when he was arrested wai found
a gold watch which was crushed and
not running ClcndcpiuVs gold watch
was taker from him by his mur
derer
llolonctii to Girl
Mlchaeltrfo said the watch he had
belonged to Miss Mamie Overhlll the
jounc woman whom he had driven to
church He said she dropped It as I
they drovo along aiyl ono of the buggy
wheels passed over It I
Martin A Jill the day opcralojrat
Drowna Tower wiyii the authorfthn I
hava the name ot the murderer He
lays tha a negro arrested In Bhamo
kIn had Clendonnlna watch In his
possession and bad confessed ho nas
jylth tho man who killed th operator
n tho toner Tho negro Gill aajtrta
ittoort at the bottom of the tower with
a splks maul whllo fhe murderer crept
up tho stairs aod shot Clcndcnnln on
he sat at his key The first shot broko
tho operators arm ixrfl a desperate
struggle followed In which two more
hota were fired Tie exhausted the
murderer ammunition and ho ran to
tho bottom of the stairs fgr the splice
I maul This gave Clendennln his op
wrtunlty to wire Iii rqctrage of warn
ng He was finIshed sending the mur
dorers name when a terrific blow from
the heavy hammer crushed Ills skull
and he fell to the floor
1
Closed Cite Key
As his arm dragged down It closed the
kel The nfrgro was then called up I
nto the tower and was helping the
murderer search the bpdy and rlllo tho
two suit cases In the place when the
icadllght of the engine bflnglhg relief I
rwn North Jersey Junction flashed out
and they darted away
The authorities will not confirm GUIs
tpiy and they deny they have any
ifgro unjcr nrres v < ho has made n
confession but nill Is posItive In his
statement and his Btorv 1 > so circum
stantial that It ha opting of creslltjlllty
GUI waij very likely the man whom the
murderer sought III ho Is a constant
pcciilitor and Is known to have niulo
oxcral thousand dollars lately and al
Wart ciurlesa Imo uln of mpnv
Ohlet Dateqtho Humuhrevs of the
Northern Central denied today that he
md any clilcnco to connect Mlchnel
rcflwlth the murder and said his
ubardlnatcs hud not furnished the
herjrr with tha Information wide led
to tim arrtst
At Clcndcinln lIuneral the clergy
man opened the ztrvlcs lj reading tho
IrcnUr announcing the P3Q reward
which tho Northern Central < has made
tllr the arrest of the murdcipr
Coal and Iron pallccijiuv todaY nr
cstcd JoiCpi Moscow between Shamo
tf huvlug
kin anti Sunbury on suspicion of
UJMnd asauitd wWgriph oper
ro Murrel ltaferAt Allenwod Mos
otor ow was rlocked lip in the 2rthulllior
lari ollnt Jail at 6IJnbur Siin or
° on OIlUlbound
rest c W1S rldln a
n l Krrcllht train
W J MORANS MOTHER DEAD
Mr Iucy J Moran mother of SII1
Ism J Moran assistant secrc ari to the
Mayor Is dead In Rochester The fu
neral senlcia will be hold tomorrow
from her late residence No 115 Am
brose street In that city
I
SHIPPING NEWS
AUMVNAC FOfl TbY > AV
Sun rtsor KilMin 111 4 SIMwn viti l 4 s
Ilm TIOI5
illitli ntrr Low Waler
Af IM A M JM
Kandy Hoolt 1QU7 Oii i 8I 4t
Oovcnioria IeIttt Ill ts lOSj 4 yj 519
lltil Uate l > mrlJ l 134j ttoi u5
POBTOB NEW YORK
AUIUVKU
P1uiprieia HlatKow
ZJahtl i i > i Antwtrii
I Mlnnchaha 1ffIm
Irnliu > t i e Orltn
Clilor iI1UI18 i alllfah
I INCOMINU STlAM8l1trs
I 1 > UH 10DAV
Uotl llerp ° < l riiltailclpliU
I Irrmiuiin hogreB 1011 Ouaira
lltodoo Hull i
I r OUTOOJNO STEAMSHIP
I BAirliO TDAV
Jmlnole Charlciton AlgonquIn
fl 7 clw t 1
q C
if
300 KILLED IN FIGHT
THAT LASTFD FIVE DAYS
T
Gen Wood Quells Uprising in the Philippines
After Several Brisk Skirmishes with
Insurgents Hidden in Swamps
MANILA Nov JThrfo hundred
Moros are known to have been killed and
many more carried pit dcad or wounded
durlnu flve days of continuous fighting
toot nccn the American forces In com
rmml of Gen Leonard Wood and a
largo body of Insurgents
Major Hugh L scott oJ tin Four
teenth Cavalry y and five American prl
vntes were wounded
Gen Wooil U now olcanhiE out a farce
of two thousand Morn who are In the
incimlnlna liaclt of 1nllblNI nlWI has
been received fro n him since Nov l
The campaign ajainflt tho Moros was
Inaugurated Nov 12 when don Wood
landed near Slot lake In lolo Ills
force consisted ot two battalons of tho i
TneiityclBhth ItcKlnirnt one of the
Tttcnt > third a platoon of Capt George
K Batleis battery two roopE of the
Fourteenth caalr unit n detachment
of cnplneirs His quxlljry force un
der Major Scott was mado up or thieo I
companies of the Seventeenth Infantry I
platoon of Capt Itumhold Battery
and a troop 01 the Fourteenth Cailry
Flutitlni for Flic Iqy
Tho Jloroi were coon located and
brisk nhtlnK bCjlall urtJ nan kept up
for five dais
That camjiiilffti was cairlei Into a
country covered with iamp3 and
ro fs of which tl0 2000 JJoroa knew i
oxory foot They were driven Ijy Hank
moviuncnts back on tIle towp where
they had their headquarters and has
icn und fifty fpllowersj surrendered
HUNDREDS SCARED
INlil ROAD CRASH
e
RearEnd Collision on the Kings
County Line Causes Excite
ment Among the Passengers
Some Were Slightly Injured
Hundreds ot riMcngora On two trains
ot tim City Lin Division of the Klns
Bounty EICVIfd Ioi yrp badly i
fhl CH and BJJic WCIQ ilau h lijur d i
In u rear > rnd collision tunlay Tiio
19111 epd und the rear end ot tha tnlnu I
ncru muilicJ and the rjid blocked or
porno time
The accident ortPlttlna ave
nue near the LUinoad street elation
rr tnrnUh bI e lloa
In
f t I l
J
Fifty dead Mos were counted by the
Americans who took possession 6t the
town The main body of the Insur
genie escaped but bung close to the In
vndlnB army
While Major Scott and a detachment
vCr taking 1I1ueon prisoner toJolo he
asked to be allowed to visit lib fam
ily Ills appeal ia granted and ho
lath the Amirlcaris into an ttinbusiado
C
Amcrlunui Itciiel AtncU
The Americans suddenly found them
selves molng K arosBOre Major Scott
was wounded In both hands but 10
bracy hold his ground and raided his
force and repelled tho attack unseen
eicnped In tlje melee bit Is thought to
havo been killed In the lighting next
day I
Major Scott flanked thu force which
bali surprlipd him arid droa them
hick on their former headquarters
now occupied by the Americans When
ho had them between him and the
American force fie attacked theru In
front while den V uode force sallied
out from tho town and attacked In the
rear Tho Moroi wcro routed and le
e vorrty lx dead on tire Held
On Nov IT the Americana attacks
phi and droe the remnant of Has
eenM force ojt of the swamp with a
loss of forty tWd I
Oen Wood l11 cn sent aJ rsoH
Uack tO Jolf nnd pursued the Moros
Into tho mounalnjv JIo said thi t there
wero no Indications of the Uprl Imf
eprcfidfnr and that tlo offcnslvo rorco
jt tho moxomeni was completely
crushed
rear train because the brakos did not i
worte > r I
arcit excitement pMAiled ftroons the
iinrs urftn they were aisurcd that
the dunfier was over
Two man me known to havo been In
jured In tho collllon Theodore H txa
sovcnty < l > 6 years old of No 11Y1 Blake
avenue who wai stepping off < cur oC
the forward train to the platform oC the
Linwood otrcut ptnWon and p Hr U lack
who la auffcrlns from stiocJt Tjio com
Pinj took oery procautlou to liush the
aceldcut up and Its roprwWtatlYes snfr
lieth Injured men fceforo they len tho
otatlon
WpULDBE SplCIDE FAILS r
IIUreI Womnn fries In
Vrtln to KIM Itcrxclf
j
A ncHilrc33cil vvomntl About thirty
nvo > cira old enterol a aoon at Hott
ctrcct and Cfiathsm Square today and
attempted suIclJe by swallowing a
Quantity ot carbolic acid
An ambulance was summoned and
ehe was taken totho Hudson Street
7
HANNAH ELIAS
SHUTS POOF IN
FACE OF OHILD
Corillnufd from First Pace
LIm sorry we couldnt get inside Id
Just nice to have a look at It1
Girt Much UUtfipolntqU
The girl was clearly disappointed
When she got to the house she was
smiling and expectant but there wore
teSrTTh tier eyes when she was turned
away from the doorof the home of her
owri mother
J Hudson and the girl were not the only
Philadelphia visitors Interest to Han
flail UHas today Her sister Ullzabeth
conic over from the Quake Clly and
was met by thoTiroihor ThvjJii In
fctoallraan at tho Victoria Hotel Tney
consulted a lawyer nnd If there Is any
money to be divided among tho family
Uiay will not bo overlooked
It Is not known whether Clara the
ciilld of Hannah Kllai will make an
other attempt to see her mother Natu
riflyl wlOi the emotional Inmporomen
ot Her race sho IB greatly excited over
the revelations that have been made to I
her But aha IB quite dark and fears
Unit even It she could so her mother
Btlf would be disowned
It Is no mora than right1 said Hud
son today for nnnah Elton to pay me
something for what I have laid out on
tM care and education of her daughter
When she gave the child to mo seven
teen years ago sh was poor andfre4id
loss Now tha sljs is riebshre ought to
remember who took her baby m
After the Ineffectual attempt of Clara
Hudson to < jelll her mother an Evening
1 Vorld reporter wcnt to the home of
Mr Ellas and presented his card Tho
maid took It intn theihQJie e returning
tit moment with this eUUment
Mrs Ellaa Is In no condition to see
any one She la almost dead find Jicr
thyslclan has glvon strict orders that
no pn is to be allowed In the npuse7
IS
1
FELL FROM WINDOW
iNTO BROADWAY
e
Cleaner Plunged Between Two
Men Who Were Walking Arm
in Arm on the Sidewalk and
Was Instantly Icite4
While cleaning windows on the third
floor of tho Dun Building No 2SO Uroad
way toda > Frank Gross thlryMireo
yoara ohdslipCd and fell head first to
the sidewalk r
Hundreds of persons acre passing at
tho time apd Omss split apart two men
who were walking arm In arm nO
truck on hlrihCII4 and was Instantly
killed
Immediately on enormous crowd Bath
ercd and Broadway was congested and
tot and street car traffic was blocked
An ambulance from the Hudson Street
Hospital was called but tho xurgeon Rid
that Gross hart beep killed so suddenly
thai bo know little of his fall The
body was taken to tho Church street
police station
Gro s wno was married and had a
family hM not been provided with a
window cleaners safety appliance
which would have prevented his falU
Ins The pollco wtr told that thfri
was such an appliance the bulldfng
and that Ooss coUW AAv iI31ledr WiT
urIC of It had ho desired
1i
JENNIE YEAMANS BANKRUPT
i
Llcel111 of Creditor Called but
Only Poe Prat
Dr PettlrurUl atis tlio only creditor
prcsaat At the neetlpe of tho creditors
of Jennie TcmwiVJbankrui cdlred
far this afternoonAt the 6tnco of J X
T > wnsendt rtferee at No 45 Cedar
street
No demand iwaa mado for on o amlna
tlon of Ac bankrupt and as there are
no assets no motion was mado for the
ap > Uiicitl of A trustee A further
hearlnff will lie announced at the plcas
tq of the rcferw Sttea Yea nai1f wal
nrwont when the meeting was opened
and uoddcd n6Jantly to Or 14atttngllI
BANNAS BOOM COLLAPSES
e
llcfuics to an1 Wliqthcr or Not lie
Will Hun
WASHINGTON Nov MAceordln t
to closq friends of Btmtor Itannn th6 I
rovllcTT boom far Hanna for President
which starlet after the Ohio election Is
about dead again
nftunu U rciponslUle He has stead
fastly refined to say ho is a candidate
lie Ims call within tfto nelis hat lit
has a perfect understanding vltli Presi
dent 1tqJ vet and that Is conceded to
b6 ib case lllo has told one or two ut
thotc closest to Mm and mist ciltliu
slutlo In his support to keep quiet
w
RICH VICTIM OF
PLOT TESTIFIES
Samuel Lewis Skirt Manufac
turer Whom Yopng De Vcau
Planned Rob Ncver Knew
the Alleged Conspirator
HAD EMPLOYED ELLA EAGAN
Detectives Swear They Heard the
Prisoner Cbnsplre With Oliver
Melton to Hold Up the Intended
VictimFound Knockout Drops
County detectives testified in the trla
of Edgar E De Vcau hofore pecordf
clod in General Sessions today that
Jhoy hod hoardfle Vemi conspire with
Olive Nelson io hold up and rob 5amue
Ideals sXlrt jnanufacturer of No 111
Mercer street
Do Veau who Isa sUnosrjipl and
barely nineteen year old Is on trial for
attempted robbery Oliver Notion test
fled 1lmt Do Yoau wTth whom he had
formerlyworked had suggested to him
the robbery of Mr Lewis hivlnp as
ccrialned bo assorts froai Ella Egnn
a clrl who worked for Mr Lewis that
the latter was In the liablt of earning
largo sums of money and jewelry with
him N lfOp lviJgcd yie robbery pOI
to DlstrlctAttorney Jorome who de
tailed c ty detectives to tln con
etrt with Nelson for the purpose of en
trapping De Veau
Detective Platt testified todsy that ho
bad taken two bottles alle < d to have
been found In Do Vcaus living rooms
to the Board otJUnlUj and there had
their contents wjajyzed H was toi
one contained ChlorAl hydrate better
known as knockout drop and the
other chloroform >
Mr Lew when called to the IItn
this morning alrt that be hid never
seen either la VNVU or Nclton baforo
the nlsnt of Do Voaus arrest
DJtT you eyprefilfilpy a girl named
Ella TSgmf AsiUtant bUtrfctAttorney
NottiOfikttd Mr 1 > WJK
I dM wasrthereplyv She worked
for me until discharged her on Oct 83
Mr Itdwls 1Itthe qUest of the prose
cutor showed to the jury the Large dia
mond rink dlatnbnd pin ana gold watch
and chain which according to Nelson
was to bothe booty of the robbery to ba
perpetrated
George Hammond Jhe head ot the
county detective bureau testified that
he had seenNelStm In the DIsthtciAt
tornifys offlco frequently bofor9 Nqv 4j
the day the robbery Plot was to be
consummated He told how he had fol
lowed and arrestedhim
Lawyer iSriraUol FeWmanDoVcaus
couruol crosaexajnned Hammond at
great Jengthr regarding the octlonsanrf
sayings of the defendant when arrested
I advised him not to talk Hammond
testified warnlnffhlm that anything he
said InglltbItU usedaplnal Wfn
An attempt by the DistrictAttorney
to Rot the two bottles And their con
tents Into evidence was not successful
This closed the gasefor tho prosecu
I tion and lawyer Feldman il14o the
opening speech for the defense
De Venu itrrith1 first witness called
by the defense H said h metNel on
far the flat Uriia In September loat ond
often lfrt 1 blip money
DoVeau resumed his testimony at
the afternoon c ilonv
FALSE ALARMS DUE
TQryICjQUS BOYS
I
Caught After Having Kept the
Fire Department on the Jump
for the Past Three or Four
Months
Durln the past three or Jour months
the various engines and apparatus at
tachqd to the 11iIenth and Sixteenth
fJatUllonn the Fire DIi wrtoient have
been forced to rdspand to a false alarm
nearly every day During that time a
liorae attached to tr cV IS has been
I Wiled the apparatus of onptne 33 baa
been badly daroajod and a horse In
jured and today At another false alarm
at fleventyfourUi atrcat and Fifth ave
nue the rubber tire on one of the wheels
of engine 33 was tart
Thfl fpq tr tor oft the false alarms
< liad never beoi captured and when the
alarm came m from aevontyfourth
street and Fifth avenue orders acre I
glvcnUlt proved to be false to spare I
no effort to catch the culprits
When the apparatus reached the cor
ner thorn WiLl n9 pne In slpht Acrosfl
the street Ii a vacant lot In which a
quantIty ot lumlber teas piled In this I
Aotlns Battalion qhjef DauRhorty found I
James HoeaT ton years oldot No JA
S2ast Boventyrtxllj att tot Thomas
eaGlllsali eight years old of No U5S
Ihlrd avenue Jid Anton Hlcrslns eight
rears old of 132 Xhlro arcnue
All three boy laid the blamp on a
I fourth boy namedGeorsft Mlllor ot No
1m Second vepue Miller Is tire eldest
a the quartet betns thirteen year ol < J
Ho was artcstfd by Detoctlvo Devlin
and taken to tire 8tatlonlrquse
VJieh OllUfcr arriVed the boya accused
caoh othor ajid practically every petty
rim that oootld lie Ujoujfht of waa
aid 0 t cither the dooroConoor ot
Inother
Alffoiir boys attend St Anne Bchool
on East SoventyiSlxtTi street but play
Uiookey aS often as ft U osslblji to
1 1 rt
drsO
Phil wore sent totho rooms of te
Boclety for the Prevention ofCruelty to
Children and tomorroW will 110 ar
alaned In tire Childrens Branch of the
jourtof Special Sessions
POPE RECEIVES CANADIANS
noML Nov 23PO Plus today re
I ceived la prlvMo audience llr lx > uls
jdtte Lleutonautaqvenior ot Quebec
and family
Help < WantcdFmale
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FOR THANKSGIVING
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY ONLY
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SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY ONLY
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some fine antique pieces Sizes average
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GOLDEN OAK DESKS 300 SiOt7
former print 475 U4 128
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Also Special Reductions In Mahociny
Music Cabinets
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