'the busy corner'
THE LATEST SONG HITS
A Copy, 10c
Island of Bo*e? and Lotc
Jii<t You and I <n?trt.
Ob. Von Beautiful Doll!
Do It Now.
I I .ore My Babe.
Oli, Thit N*Tljn Itag.
Have You it LJttU- Katry
!n Your HouieV
By the Light of the Jnn
I'll Tiy Aaything ou?e.
Baby Boy (n?n).
Just a* I?dk i* the Su
I tagging the Old Vienna
Wben Ragtime Bosle Bag
ged the Boaary.
Harbor of Lore.
Gee. I Like Music With
You'll Do the Same Thing
Bun Home and Tell Your
I X?'er Could Love An
other Girl as I Love
1 Like Your Apron and
Your Bonnet, und Your
lJttie Quaker Gown.
Pullman Pbrter Man.
Be<l Bo?e Bag.
My Hulu Hulu Lore.
Maybe That la Why I'm
If You Talk in Your Sleep,
Don't Mention My Name.
Hoar That Gave Me You.
That Haunting Melody.
STAR DA NCR FOLIO
for i?)i2. a copy. 25c.
I LIddic Foy's big sonqr hit
from "Over the River." A
Song Hits From the Following Operas and
Mutt and Jeff.
Kucha n tress.
I.Ittic Boy Bin#.
Sheet Music Store?Fourth Floor.
Removal of Post Offices From
Politics Pleases Hitchcock.
POLICY LONG ADVOCATED
Representative Norris' Declaration
Meets With Hearty Approval of
the Postmaster General.
"I am extremely gratified to learn that
Representative George \V. Norris will lend
his suoport to this administration In its
endeavors to remove the postal service
entirely from the tielil of polities." said
;?? st master General Hitchcock today. The
i'ostmaster General was referring at the
time especially to tie account ol Mr. Nor
ris' intentions as published in The Star
"Ever since I have been connected with
tlie department," said Mr. Hitchcock, "I
have !>een convinced that this greatest
of government services, which affects not
? nly the business Interests of the coun
try, but its homes and every phase of Its
life, should be conducted along up-to
date business lines and be absolutely
divorced from politics.
"In my annual report last year I stat
ed: 'Although recent reforms have
greatly increased the efficiency of the
postal service, it is apparent that the
highest degree of effectiveness in the
conduct of this tremendous business es
tablishment cannot be attained while the
thousands of postmasters, on whose faith
fulness so much depends, continue to he
political appointees. The entire postal
service should be taken out of politics.'
Results of President's Order.
"I also referred to the great good ef
fected by the order of the President,
based on the recommendation of the de
iiartment, which classified all assistant
postmasters, and said It was an important
step In the right direction. My report
continues: 'As a still more important re
form presidential postmasters of all
grade*. from the first class to the third,
shoulJ be placed in the classified service.
" "This action, which is earnestly recom
mended." my report stater, 'would un
questionably result in a still better stand
ard of service. The policy the depart
ment has followed for several years of
reappointing presidential postmasters
with exceptionally good records has
shown in a striking way the advantage
of having our post offices managed by
"In the same report it was stated,"
continued Mr. Hitchcock. "that if such
ni? n could be placed in the classified serv
ice th?*y could be continued in office as
long a? they performed their duties satis
fa tcrily anrt that whenever va ancles oc
curred they could be filled by the promo
tion of subordinate officers, thus insur
ing a constant management by men
tiained in the postal business.
"That." continued the Postmaster Gen
eral. "is the position ta*en by this de
partment today, and it is very gratifying
to find men who have it in their power to
bring about such a result coinciding with
"The report of the Postmaster General
for the fiscal year which ended June
last." he added, "referring to the classi
fication of assistant postmasters, which
lias already been provided for. and made
as rapidly as possible, states that the ef
fect of the classification has been to stim
ulate these officers in the performance o
their duties, and tiieir greater efficiency
lias hail a marked effect on the conduct
of the postal service."
"The fact that classified employes in
the low er grades are now eligible for pro
mo.ion to the posit on of assistant post
master has rendered the r appointment
more attractive, the result being a higher
class of competitors' in the examinations
for post office cler.ts and even for letter
"My la>t ft-'Miri repeats that the con
siderations w hich applied to the c asstfi
xation of assistant postmasters apply
with equal force to the pustmastership
itself. A full m asure of efficiency in tHe
conduct of the postal service cannot be
expected so long as the postmasters are
subject to polit cal control.
Ignores the Disagreeable Things.
"No," said the Postmaster General, "I
co not care for the disagreeable things
which Mr. Morris is reported as having
said, if only it be true that he will active
Iv lend his aid and influence to bring
about the entire removal of the postal
service from political control, a consum
mation at which the department has been
steadily aiming and doing Its best to
reach during the present administration
and even before."
Wants Real Estate Exchange.
A real estate exchange, to Include
practically all of the real estate dealers
in Washington, Is proposed today by
Geprge Y. Worthington. Mr. Worthing
ton said that while no steps had yet
l>een taken looking to the formation of
such an Institution, he had talked the
matter over informally with a number
of real estate brokers and that a meet
ing would probably be called at a date
not yet settled to formally draw up a
plan for a real estate exchange.
l>r. J. N Barney, city health officer of
Krederifksburg. Vs., has received a re
port from Washington that a dog shot
two days ago was strongly affected with
rabies. Accordingly, all dogs In the city
have been ordered either confined or mux
xled for thirty days.
PUBLIC DOMAIN WASTED,
DECLARES LA FOLLETTE
Brands Manner^ of Selling Coal
Lands as Betrayal of
BLOOMINOTON, 111., January 5.-Sen
ator La Follette In an address here dis
cussed "The Public Domain," declaring
that "the disposition of our mineral re
sources especially, and until recently our
forests, forms a shameful chapter in the
history of our nation.
"It Is a matter of notoriety, disgrace
ful notoriety, that corporations have been
enabled during the last few years to ex
change. within the limits of their grants,
lands of little or of no value, at least, of
no present selling value, for tiipber lands
of enormous value. It has been possible,
within the last few years to put through
Congress legislation permitting such ex
"is it to be marveled that the people
of the country have waked up to a reali
zation of their betrayal and demand some
cneck upon those called upon to serve
them who serve instead tneir own in
terests and those of others and who be
tray the public?"
Lion's Share to Corporations.
In beginning, Senator La Follette said:
"Originally the public domain of the
United States amounted in round num
bers to l.-luO.oOO.uuu acres, of this amount
nearly all of the original domain available
tor agriculture and the greater part of
our mineral wealth outside of Alaska has
oeen disposed of, amounting In round
numbers to more than <uo,im>,uuO acres.
Of tnls amount Individuals and corpora
tions nave acquired more than 571,oUu,?M>
acres. Out or tne 571,mv?,tAA> acres dis
posed of to inaivduai8 and corporations
tnere have been acquired througn the cx
jireise of tlie homestead ngnt oniy 115,
v.mum> acres. The railroads and other
corporations had bestowed upon them bv
congressional grants, without any return
whatever to tne governmeent, In round
niimoers, llii.uai.ouj acres.
in aumtion to mat, mere have been con
ferred upon the railroads toy state grants
lands theretofore grained by the leueiai
government to tne several states. Incieds
mg the total grant to the ra.iroads. in
round numbers, to 190.uu0.u00 acres of
land?enough to make the states of Ohio.
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri. Iowa and Wis- i
consin. And tne government, thiough its 1
executive departments, has sold, at a
tueie noniiii.ti t>ru.e, m tounu numbers,
The speaker said that had the policy of
leas.ng, abandoned completely by the gov
ernment in 1845, oeen continued "and ap- ?
piled to our coal, iron, oil and copper
? ?a. cUtM t-ilUA ^ullidiinne precious liltL
als, with suitable provision and control,
the revenue from that source alone would '
today be almost sufficient to defray all
of the expenses of our national govern- 1
ment. And what is more important, the !
trusts and monopolies which now exist
and threaten the welfare of all of our
peopte woutd not have been possible.
Branded Betrayal of Trust.
"The status of 1873 as to coal lands
provided for *the sale of known coal
lands at 'not less than $10 per acre,' if
more than fifteen miles from a complete
railroad, and 'not less than $2^> per acre'
for lands within fifteen miles of a com
"The manner In which these lands were
sold was a clear betrayal of the trust
-ommitted to the administrative depart
ment of this government. Under such
administration of th? statute vast wealth
passed from the hands of the people into
he hands of Individuals and corporation?
i it the nominal price of Jlo and per
SEARCH LAKE S RECORD.
Pension Officials Take Interest in
Prisoner of District Police.
Taking an Interest In the case of John
W. Lake, alias M. Jefferson, who now Is
a prisoner In the District Jail, officials of
: the pension office have searched Lake's
record. Lake's pension certificates show
that he has resided in Augusta and New
Vineyard, Me.; In San Francisco, in En
glewood. 111., and in this city at various
times since 1808. The grand Jury soon
will investigate the charge against the
prisoner that he attempted to swindle the
Union Trust Company by impersonating
Frank O. Carpenter and seeking to obtain
a loan of $3,000 on Mr. Carpenter's house
at 1318 Vermont avenue.
When arrested Lake said his name was
John M. Jefferson, but he refused to Rive
any other Information about himself. A
few days afterward, however, the police
succeeded In identifying "Jefferson'' as
the John W. Lake on the pension office
records, though they have no Information
that he had been In trouble at any date
since 1801 until he was arrested here.
Hail Car Robtad.
REDDING, Cal.. January 5.?The mail
car of the Oregon express. on the South
ern Pacific, was robbed early today of all
eastern registered mall by two unmasked
men. Three mail clerks were bound and
; gagged by the robbers, who entered the
j car while the train was between Red
Bluff and Redding. The train pulled
Into Redding at 6:40 a.m.. and the rob
bers, carrying their loot, dropped off and
Par the Ceareateaee of the Habile
The Star accepts Want Ads over the
phone (from telephone subscribers) and
malls the bill.
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These items show our determination to close all
surplus and odd lots of good jewelry, "^ou are inter
ested. are you not? ...
IMPORTED LAVALLIERS. in silver and gold
plate, with pendants of amethyst, sapphire,
emerald, turquoise and topaz. 75c VALUES. ?0/*
Now at JVC
PEARL. PENDANT EARRINGS, pierceless or
screw style; of gold-plated wire. 98c'VAL- AQ/*
UES. Now at
9 P.I. Tomorrow
IMPORTED TRINKETS for the long coat
chain, in silver, gold-plated or gun metal. 75c
VALUES. Now at
IMPORTED BROOCH and LACE PINS,
plain or with colored stone settings. VALUES
to SI.00. Now at*
BAR and COLLAR PINS, gold-plated or
black; two and three to card; some with five.
25c VALl'ES. Now at 1
Jewelry Store?Street Floor.
8 th St. a Pa. Ave.
THE BUSY CORNER
Fur Coats. K.". $29.75
IN THIS CLEARANCE SALE OF COATS
Will be found 52-inch Genuine Leipzig-dytd Black Pony Coatts. French Coney
Coats, handsomely lined with brocade satin and cut in the season's latest styles.
These, in some instances, have the linings slightly soiled and shopworn, but the
fur is perfect. The 36 and 42 inch coats are of genuine Russian ponies, beau
At the same price we include the Serviceable Broadcloth Coat, lined with
squirrel and trimmed with Persian collar.?Fur Store?Second Floor.
Good Things to Eat
For the Sunday Dinner
50c Pineapple Layer Cakes, full size and made
from the fresh fruit. Tomorrow only 20c
18c Apple Pies, large size and made from the frish
green apples, with a delicious flakey crust.
Tomorrow only 9c
Fruit Cake, made from fresh, clean fruits and
pure ingredients. Pound 25c
Pound Cake, made from the- best and purest Ingre
dients. Pound 30c
Ribbon Squares, each
Gold Loaves and Sponge Loaves, each
Charlotte Russe in china cups. Both for
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs, each
Milk Biscuits, per dozen
Spi?;<* Pound Cake, each ..
Raisin Pound Cake, c-ach
Jelly Roils, each
Choice of Chocolate. Orange. Cocoanut and Vanilla
Layer Cakes, each
lie Usual Bi
Hew 1912 Importations
' Jfiist Received
Now that the social season is
at its height, this first importation
of New Spring Gloves will be hail
ed with delight. See them tomor
row. Xixteen-button-length genuine
French glace kid, cut wide in the
arms; choice of black, white, gray,
brown, tan. champagne, pink, blue
or cream. At, a pair,
The rainy season will soon be here?an umbrella will be rteeded. Take advantage of this
BIG CHANCE TOMORROW TQ BUY Umbrellas called scconds, but which are perfect for
Purchase divided into 3 lots. READ:
Values to $2.5.0
Glove Store?Street Floor.
Lot 1 ==59c
Values $1 to $1.50
There are 70<> umbrellas in this lot?sizes for
men or women. Covers are of good quality
American taffeta and English mercerized gloria;
steel rods; paragon frames. Handles are congo,
boxwood and fancy effects. Many ;50-inch EX
TRA SIZE UMBRELLAS included.
Lot 2==8 9c
Values $2 to $3
We have 250 umbrellas in this lot?sizes for
men or women. Covers of Union piece-dyed
taffeta?a mixture of sj'k and linen; silk tape
edges; paragon frames.
Lot 3==$ 1.48
Values $3 to $5
We have 300 umbrellas in this lot?sizes for
men or women. Covers of fine quality taffeta
silk, close rolling; steel rods; paragon frames;
boxwood sticks. Such good umbrellas never
priced so low.?Bargain Tables?Street Floor.
January is good value time to tlvi
woman who wants a hat to trim
to finish out the season. We have
selected several hundred urit rim -
med felt hats in black, brown,
blue, cardinal and |?ur
pie and have marked
them to reduce ftock.... ^
Odd lots of various kinds of white,
and colored tin trim rued ^
hats to close tomorrow || |Ur?
Millinery Store?Second Floor.
_10c. Fancy fcath
Two Offerings Extraordinary
Just 125 Coats in the two lots?so just that number of girls
can have these new coats at the low prices named.
75 GIRLS' COATS?mostly of blue cheviot, few tans and
browns; flannel lined throughout; sizes 8, 10 and 12 years. Regu
lar $7.50 quality. To close these out in a day
50 GIRLS' COATS of double-face reversible fabrics, in all
desired colors, such as brown, tan. blue and .gray; made with
large .'sailor collar, turn-back cuffs. Only in size 14. Regular
values, $10.95 an<* $12.50. To close these out in a day.
Girls' Coats?Adjoining Waist Section.
This Coupon and 9'
presented at our Toilet Goods Store tomorrow entitles the holder to choice of
?One 25c Hox Sanitol Tooth Paste.
?One 25c Hox Panltol Tooth Powder.
?One 25c Box Sanitol Tooth Wash.
Not more than one of the above with the coupon, and none at the price
unle.-s accompanied by this coupon.
4 Cakes Fairy Soap for Only 10c
(Limit of 4 takes to a peVson.)
16-oz. Bottle Earl Brand Per
oxide, 25c size
One lot Imported Tooth
Brushes. 10c and 2.tc values ?
Mme. Yale's Hair Tonic, $1
1 -lb. Box Karl Brand Violet fl g
Talcum, 25c size 11
Earl Brand Cold Cream, spe
Dora Face Powder, all tints,
Toilet Goods Store?Street Floor.
Apparel for Tots
Reduced prices for the apparel that children require N'OVV.
IIATS. of velvet, felt. Corduroy and vclour. trimmed with
fancy braided bands, silk or velvet folds. Were S5.00 and $7.^0.
To close at $3.50
KNITTED TOOUES, in navy blue or red. Priced at.?0C
WHITE SWEATERS?all white or white trimmed with
light blue or pink; sizes 1 and?2 years, for.. .$E.(QH0l and $11.25
SWEATERS?for girls 12 and 14 years of age; gray or red :
fastened front with pearl buttons. Special at.: $2.00
CHILDREN'S AVIATOR CAPS?red or white, for.. 5?C
CHILDREN'S APPAREL STORE?Second Moor.
It Is Economy to Eiy lew Waists
These waists are all new arrivals?bought at specially advantageous prices?
and to be sold the same way. Read tho price story:
For $2.50 to $4
Sample Lingerie Waists
Still Plenty Left off Those
Stylish Winter Coat
These waists are made of dainty lingerie materials and elaborately trimmed
with cluny, Trish crochet and val laces; square or round yokes or straight front
effects; low or high nt?ck: long or short sleeves. Sizes .".(t and I'M only.
$2 for $4=50 Sill Waists
Good style waists?and the kind that women can
wear on many occas:ons. Made of black chiffon taf
feta silk; fasten front; tailored broad pleats, with
cluster pleating betwoen; pleated back; long sleeves,
and stock finished with bow. Sizes 34 to 44.
$195 tor $5 Chiffon Waists
.We have 100 of these. Colors are black, navy, tan,
brown and gray over striped lining, with net yokes
and cuffs; braided design back and front in combina
tion of colors most pleas ng. All sizes.
Waist Store?Second Floor.
Mg (Edit O' o o o
Regular $20 to $40 Values.
If you were not down today to take advantage of this most unusual event, by all means
be here Saturday. Those who bought today have remarked, "Aren't they the greatest val
ues?" And rightly?the coats are from a maker nationally noted for the excellence of his
garments. All styles to select from?evening, street, motor and general utility coats?most
advanced models?made of finest materials?lined with satin duchesse and Skinner's satin,
the J^olo and Reversible Coats being in many new color combinations. All sizes, and only
$11.75 to pay. a _ sysy
EXTRA ON STREET FLOOR BARGAIN TABLES?150 Sample and Odd Din
Coats, formerly $10, $12 and $15, to close at VvsW
Don't Miss This Chance to Boy
Leather Bags amid Belts
at such remarkably little prices as we offer in these six lots secured because
of dissolution of the partnership of Warschauer Bros. & Weber, New York. 1
LOT 1?Leather and Velvet Bags,
values to $10.00,
LOT 3?Leather and Velvet Bags,
values to $7.00,
LOT 3?Leather and Velvet Bags,
values to $5.00,
IXDT 4?Leather and Velvet Bags,
values to $3.00,
LOT 5? Leather and Velvet Bags,
values to $1.50,
LOT 6?<Belts in silk ribbon, fancy
silk tinsel and elastic; 25c to $2.0'J
Two Great Shoe Specials
One for Women
One for Children
January Reductions Worth Coming for
Women's High-grade Shoes, $3.50
values, in the newest shapes, with
nob toes, cloth or kid tops; good,
sensible models, made of such good
leathers as tan calf, patent coltskin
and gun metal calf; not
a full line of sizes, but
if yours is here, a snap
at, a pair
Shoe Store?Second Floor.
Children's Shoes reduced-rour spe
cial line of sturdy models in patent
leather, gun metal calf and vici kid,
with patent tips; serviceable styles,
marked to close:
Sf *o u. $ J .35
??n. 2. $1-55 !??? o. $2-os
Sale of Lace Q ui mm pes
Made Up Special for Us,
Worth $1.50, for ....
Short pieces, sample pieces and surplus bolts of lace secured from a maker
of fancy widsts, which we took to a neckwear house from whom we buy large
ly and had made up into guimpes. TJie variety of patterns is extensive, -in
cluding Valenciennes, Shadow and Pt: Venise Laces, all-over designs. As a re
sult of this careful calculation on our part we are enabled to offer you these
guimpes at 55c under the real value.
Other Lines off
New Mannish Ascots, in madras.
pique-or linen, at 25c
25c Lace Stocks, of imitation Irish
Crochet, and Pt. Venise Laces,
Spun Silk Scarfs, fcr head or-boul
der wear. made of a material that is
washable and non-crushabie; in
white, black, lavender, corn color,
light blue. brown and gray.
New Windsor Ties, of two-tone
stripes, in black-and-white and soft
grays, also new colorings in plaid
New Flower Bows, in rose and
daisy designs, in pink, blue and yel
low. at 25c
$1.50 to $4.25 Head
the Lot.. a Vt,
A second streak of good luck en
abled us to purchase a lot of All-Silk
Crepe Scarfing in plain colors and
floral designs?a clearing up of short
pieces?which we had made up into
scarfs of lifr-yard length. These are
very handsome and none are worth
less than $1.50. while If bought by
the yard and made up would in some
Instances cost as high as $4.25.
Neckwear Store, and Bargain Ta
The Caundy Meoim
HOMEMADE Chocolate Caramels,
creamy anil rich. The
price tomorrow, a pound,
K ANN'S KAPITAL K \NDY?100
different kinds of chocolates
and bonbons, all home
made. Special, a lb
CHOCOLATE ALMONDS ?You
know they sell at 00c a lb. a ?=
regularly. Special tomor
row, lb vv
Candy Store?Street Floor.
Not more than six cakes to a cus
tomer. -? No phone orders accepted
and none sent C. O. D.
P. & G. Lennox.
Quart bottle of Household ill/ r>
Ammonia for ??/tgC
Not more than two bottles to a
Housefurnlshing Store ? T n 1 r d
Of Well Known Drawings
These portfolios contain 4, 6, 8 and
10 drawings from celebrated artists
such as Remington, Gibson, Christy.
Fisher and others.
One drawing is worth price asked
for entire portfolio.
Book Store?Third Floor.
ers, made by the
Sweeper Co., of
good grade se
lected stock and
titted with extra
brush, light and
19c Gas Globes
of fine crystal
glass in hand
some cut glass
of two dainty
Sets of finest
lain in attrac
tive new slia ;e
decorated i n
blue oriental de
25c quality table
oilcloth, in yard
and a quarter
widths and <. haice
of a large as
sortment of pret
ty patterns in
fancy and tile
effect, II g/.
crowds came for the items today?no wonder; the prices are so low on things you always need?be here
|2.50 and $:i.00
L A T O R S of
blue, some of
lined, all best
distills the cof
fee by percola
tion, the modern
method of cof
Choice of two
good sizes, 6
x*. SB. 19
of best seamless
inum, with long
5-p i n t
tin, neatly white
large size, with
Sets, of good
ing large wash
bowl and pitch
ered slop jar
and soap dish;
nice shape and
s t r oibg
69c Bath Seats, of best quality, sol
id oak. well made and smoothly fin
ished, larpe size, fitted with extra
heavy nickel-plated hangers
with nicely rubber-covered
Housefurnlshing Store?Third Floor.
5c Ginger Ale
or Beer Glasses
of finest thin
glass in pretty
49c Dish Pans
of best seam
less charcoal tin,
C h oppers,
f e r e n t
will cut all
b o 11 oms
e d h a n
d I e s, 20
Heaters, in full
?size, choice of
or full nickel
finish, some fit
ted with brass
founts; all with
ing, smoke ess
ranted to be
ers for roast
ing chickens or
small roasts of
meat, self bast
ing and sejf
with inside lift
out enamel pan.
19c and 2.">c
Water or MI'.k
Pitchers, in as
choice of two
Rizes- II tfV*
Pitchers, of fin
est thin French
Bakers of best
self b a 8 t i n g
require no at
tention while in
use, size 10x15.
satisfac- fl (ra
10c Water or
blers. of finest
thin - blown
needle - etched
98c sets of
Tea Cups and
tive shapes and
ed in orieuial
thin, six cups
Cans of best
ised iron, with
toms and strong
of extra grade
wired and well
lOc Gas Man
choice of in
verted and up
52-50 to $4.00
' LISK" Double
Roaster* o r
Bakers of seam
less four coat
ed enamel with
lift out pan.
self basting and
ranted in every
deta.1, edges are
Boilers, of extra
tin, with solid
and with strong
ly riveted black
69c Flour Cam
of best quality
choice of 25 and
35 pound ca
Domes of best
brass, in square
and with high
fitted with pan
els of rich art
glass in assort
ed colors, with
arm, light, by
and all neces
5c Water or
blers. of finest
thin - blown
and 9 - ounce
Consist of Drawn work Scarfs. 2
Sha'ms and Table Covers.
Scarfs are 18x32 Inches. Table Cov
ers 30 Inches. Shams :t0x30 inches. X
Art Store?Third Floor.
Raisers of best
charcoal t I n,
on ? foot, com
plete with cov
19c Butter V
Jars, of good
grade stone- 'v
ware, with ball 5
handle and *'
Choice of .1 and ?>
$3.49 Triumph ?r.
Ash Sifters, ?>
made of extra V
grade, ii e a v y
galvanized iron, 'f
will fit on top 7
of any barrel or ?
ash can: none
$1.79 Gas Ra
diators, in four
col u m n size,
ish. fitted with
w a r r a nted to
Gas Lights, the
??J IT P I T B R"
best brass burn
er, extra grade
mantle and half
and last- en.
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