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VOLUME XLIIL—NO. 10.
BUY XMAS
PRESENTS HERE.
Great Assortment of Fine Ar
ticles Displayed.
HOPE OF MANITOWOC MERCHANTS.
Promises to be An Unusually Good Season s
Trade.
CAN DO BETTER HERE THAN ELSEWHERE.
Buyers Should Not Go to Milwaukee or
Chicago to Get Fleeced
by The Sharks.
Manitowoc merchants, in all lines,
have made extensive preparations for
Christmas trade, tilling their respective
stores with a choice selection of articles
adaptable for Christmas use and Christ
mas gifts. In other years it has been a
prevailing custom for f. ue people to
make their Christmas purchases in Mil
waukee or Chicago, entirely ignoring
the prima facia fact that they could do
much better in this city if they vould
leave their orders with any of the mer
chants with whom they regularily trade.
It will be noted in the advertising
columns of The Pilot that the merchants
of the city have gone to unusual expense
and trouble in getting together an at
tractive array of Christmas goods. Tne
range of articles displayed from the inex
pensive toy to the more expensive brie a
brae and art ware includes almost every -
thing that is desirable - attractive tod.he
ye as well as to the cultivated taste, and
seeing that no pains and expense have
been spared the merchants reasonably
hope that they will secure the entire
Christmas trade of this community.
This promises to be an unusuallv brisk
season for those in the holiday goods
trade and it is 10 be hoped that when
the cash is counted after Little Christ
mas is over no merchant will be disap
pointed.
WANT TO STOP
MALTING COMPANY FROM
USING TRADE MARK.
The Manitowoc Malting Cos., ha* en
tered suit against the Milwaukee Malt
ing Cos., for the alleged misuse of a
trade mark belonging to the former
company.
The trademark which denotes the
eight-day malt has a figure "8” promi
nently displayed in the center of a circle
under which is the representation of a
ribbon bearing the word “day”. Above
this are circled numerous heads of bar
ley. The Milwaukee company’s trade
mark is nearly identically the same, dif
fering in that the figure ••8” is support
ed by the figure of a hand. Thus the
dissimilarity of the two trademarks is
not easily disrernable, and, unless close
ly scrutinized, cannot be distinguished.
The plaintiff asks that the court en
join the defendants from using the sym
bol or preparing any article of malt for
sale under the representation of the fig
ure "8”.
The Manitowoc Malting Cos. through
its attorneys Erwin and Wheeler, of
Milwaukee, asks damages in addition
to the restraining injunction, the amount
however not being designated.
DAVIDSON GOES
ON COMMITTEE OF
RIVERS AND HARBORS.
Congressman J. H. Davidson of this
district was ; eappointed to the congres
sional committees he held last year on
the rivers and harbors and of railways
and canals. It has been announced
that the former committee in its recom
mendations to congress will favor ap
propriation for inner harbor work at
Milwaukee. Manitowoc and Menominee.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Ira Hammond of Gibson, to Emma
Hayes, of Gibson.
Frank B. Augustin, of Kossuth, to
Mary Stuck of Two Rivers.
Henry Datjen, of Manitowoc, to Julia
Liebert, of Manitowoc.
jc*
SOME NEW BABIES IN TOWN, I,
~9i ft rf V
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wolf, Twentieth
street rejoice in the presence of a baby
boy.
A course in the Sprague Correspond
school of law for sale. Inquire at this
office. 19
Office Desk for Sale.
Our old office desk, about 9by 7 feet,
forming an L, oak, black walnut trim
ming and top.
12 SCHUETTE BROS. Cos.
THE MANITOWOC PILOT.
FRANK CANRIGHT
ENJOYING LIFE
AT TUSCAN, ARIZ.
A letter has been received from Frank
Canright by M. H. Dempsey, dated at
Tuscan, Ariz., in which Mr. Canright
says he is enjoying life to the brimful.
He speaks of the climate and its exhiler
ating effects, saying that though he was
writing in December he was doing it
under a shade tree. While Mr. Can
right says little as to his health the
general tenor of his letter would indi
cate that he is very much on the road
to recovery. Indeed, all his friends in
this city think that is the proper con
struction to put on his words.
AN ELECTION FOR
COUNTY BOARD
HELD ON SATURDAY.
The special election in the town of
Maple Grove to elect a successor to W.
C. Maertz, as a member of the County
Board of Supervisors will be held Sat
urday. Three candidates are in the
field.
BISHOP WELLER
PREACHED BEFORE
A LARGE GATHERING.
Bishop Weller, coadjutor of the diocese
of Fond dn Lac under the Episcopalean
jurisdiction, preached before tlie con
gregation of St. Jame s parish last Sun
day morning and evening ana his re
marks on both occassions were marked
by eloquence, pleasing and effective.
Quite a large gathering were present
many persons being attracted to the
church by the personality of the bishop.
The services were as usual, befitting the
ritualistic idea which has sway in St-
James parish. The Rev. Mr. Gray
sing the communion office.
CITY OF MANITOWOC
ENTERS AN ACTION
AGAINST THE COUNTY.
An action was begun by the city of
Manitowoc against the county of Mani
towoc for the recovery from the county
of $838,80, this being the amount which
the County board at its last session dis
allowed the claim of the city for the
care and attendance on Thomas Dace,
the smallpox patient. The city was
willing to cancel the bill providing the
county purchased the city pesthouse and
hereafter provided for its own patients.
The C junty board however, defeated the
proposition and the city will m>w seek
reimbursement in the courts. The
case will be tried at the next term of the
Circuit court. City Attorney E. L. Kel
ley will look after the interests of the
city, while District Attorney A. L. Hau
gen will appear for the county-
. MANITOWOC MARKET
Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben
efit of Fanners
The following tire the current prices of
the various articles of produce its report
ed for The Pilot on Dec. 12.
Potatoes
Wheat.—Spring -68
Wheat—White Winter -68
Rye -57
Barley -56
Oats -45
Corn -68
Hay 900-10 00
Butter 18-23
Eggs 31-32
Salt per bbl 65-1 00
Wood 400-6 00
Peas —White 1.00
Peas—Marof at 1.15
Peas —Green 1-05
Peas —Scotch 1-16
Wool -14
RETAIL.
Flour Patent 2.10
“ Daisy 1.90
“ Rye 1.70
Midling 1.20
Coarse Meal 1.45
Fine “ 1.60
Oil “ 1.75
Manitowoc Dairy Board.
At the meeting of the Dairy Board,
Wednesday, Dec. 4. the following off
ers were made:
300 boxes Daisies; 40 Itoxes Twin
250 boxes Y. A.
Offers same week last year: 100 boxes
Twins; 400 boxes Daisies; 200 boxes Y.
A.
Sales reported today: 40 boxes Twins
@ 9ic., 150 boxes Daisies (a 10c., 250
boxes Y. A. tit lOfc, 15 boxes Daisies at
lOJc.
Sales same week last year: 100 boxes.
Twins n lot c;2ooboxen Y. A. @ lie;
400 boxes Daisies @ 11c.
Emil Teitgen, Sec y.
Was recaptured—Edward. Lamere
the escaped inmate of the county asy
lum. was captured Monday by Sheriff
Burt four miles north of Francis Creek.
An upright piano for sale, apply at
the office of The Pilot.
19 Mrs. L. I. Herman.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE IN THE
WAY OF SHIPPING TO AND
FROM THE PORT OF MANITOWOC.
A table which gives a comprehensive summary of all that has transpired in and
about this port during the past eleven months, covering the active shipping period. |
The shipping to and from this port for the eleven months past exceed by nearly
290,000 tons the shipping of 1900 during the same period of time. The following
table shows the vessels clearing and entering Manitowoc:
ENTERED 1901.
Steamer. Tonnage. Schooner. Tonnage. Total Tonnage.
January 142 145158 1 3597 143 148755
_ , . 127 138417 - 127 138417
Jr ebruarv toi '*l7
J 269 28357r> 1 3 39 7 2/0 28/1/2
, 118 13124 b - 118 131246
Marcn 387 414821 1 3597 388 418418
. .. 152 151474 8 1989 160 153463 j
Apnl 539 566295 9 5586 548 571881 |
, T 140 151168 41 4686 ISI 155854
May 679 717463 50 10272 729 857735
T 143 158941 43 13161 Ist. 172112
June 822 876414 93 23433 915 899847
T . 162 175397 53 19211 215 194608
J - 984 1051811 146 42644 1130 1094455 1
. 162 176237 53 9380 , 215 185617
August 1146 1228048 199 52044 1 345 1 280072
Q 154 168101 55 18082 209 186183
September 130() 1395249 254 70106 1554 1466255
n 163 180043 53 15098 2 It. 195141
October 1453 1576192 307 85204 1770 1661396
165 185225 58 23834 223 209059
.November 1{)28 1551417 365 109038 1993 1871455
December.
CLEARED 1901.
Steamer. Tonnage Schooner. Tonnage. Total Tonnage.
January 142 145365 - 142 14531.5
... 128 138515 l2B 138515
b ebruary 270 283880 - 270 283880
, 117 130658 - ll7 130658
March 387 414 =3B - - - 187 414538
. .. 169 169674 20 12210 189 181884
A P nl 556 584212 20 12210 576 591.422
157 169639 46 7533 203 1771.2
713 753851 66 19743 770 773594
148 162033 46 13062 D4 175095
} June 861 925884 112 32805 973 948689
1 162 174206 51 18257 213 192463
Joly 1023 1090090 163 51062 1286 114152
163 178139 54 10268 217 188407
August 1186 1268229 217 61330 1403 1329559
149 166409 52 17936 201 184345
September 1335 1434538 269 79266 t t. 04 1513904
163 180075 54 15070 217 195151
October ]4 , )g 1614-715 323 94342 1821 1709055
159 180975 46 22405 205 2(3380
November 1()57 *795988 369 1D.747 2020 1012435
December
Deaths of a Week.
Mrs. Anton Cherniak of Kellnersville
died after a long illness. Saturday. She
was 51 years of age. A husband and six
children survive to mourn her loss.
Silas Smith, one of the oldest residents
of the town of Cato is dead.
Mathew Pabian, a former resident of
this city, and whose parents are still
residents here, died last Friday at Phoe
nix, Arizona,
Henry Carle, aged 8(1 years, died last
Saturday morning. He was born in
Hamburg, Germany, and came to this
country fifty-five years ago and has al
ways been a resident of this city. His
wife died thirty-seven years ago. Eight
children, all of whom are living, survive
him; Mrs. Carolina Neumeister, of Chi
cago; Mrs. Alvina Tracy of Chicago;
Mrs. John Framp, of Grand Rapids,
Mich.; Mrs. Emma Griffin, of Chicago,
and Alpina, William, Henry and Levi
of this city.
George Bergtron, a former resident of
Manitowoc, died in the hospital at Sault
Ste Marie last Friday evening. He was
buried from St. Boniface’s church, this
city, on Monday.
CHICAGO MARKET.
CHICAGO, 111.. Dee 11, Live Poultry Chick
oiiH. hens. 7c per lb: springs 7 %<•. ttrkeys. HHc;
ducks, 7He: geese. W.MlSir.B.Otj per (tor.
Ei'gs Fresh, loss off cases returned, sol I at
iVn'. Jsc perdoz: city recandled, eases in hided,
21c; cooler stock, like 18c perdoz.
Butter Creameries, extra, Ct'ic firsts, ‘M’
2Jc: seconds, I.V 17c dairies, Cooleys. She; first
P'x' 17c, seconds. Flfc.Me ladles. 12" 14c packing
stock, fresh. IM'I4V.
Cheese Full creams, twins, flips'HHc: daisies
Young Americas, 10c: Long Horns.
1 lidO'/p 1 H' 4 c sour off good .V"Bc.
Special lines: Swiss drum. Pie; block 12H I
@l2 V: Himburger. choice. IWfdHc: off grades. \
[email protected]; brick choice to fancy. [email protected] common
to good Sffr ttc.
Potatoes Hurals. fancy site per hu, round
good to choice 7(V'>7Sr common, [email protected] Bur
banks. 7fn7sc; common. 74tf/76e; Hurlianks.
fancy. 7(Kd73c: long white, good to choice, 7!ki'
77c; common 7, mixes! white [email protected]: red
stock choice, ~Vn 7tW common to good. 70f(.78c;
poor, reugh. dirty not assorted, red or white.
TtVnoOc; boat stock. sacked and delivered [email protected]
Cash qneTtlons were as follows Flour Bure
ly Steady Wheat No. A spring 77'ye No, 2
red, [email protected] Corn No 2 yellow. WHc. Oats
N0.2 4HV47c. No. 2 white! [email protected]: No, :<
white choice malting. [email protected]
MANITOWOC, WIS., DECEMBER 12. 1901.
REAL ESTATE.
The following real estate report is
copied for ns by the Manitowoc County
Abstract company, who furnish abstracts
of titles at a moderate cost amt look up
all property free of charge.
Manitowac laud and Salt Cos. Cos. to
(■fast (t. Thompson lot J. “Highland
Home” S2H().
Michael Hoffmann et nx to John
Kraycarek -ID acres see. !), town of Gib
son HI(>10.
Wille Simonsmeir to Henry Uanchsch
walbe parts of lot 10 and 20 villages o’f
Mill Home |2OOD.
Adolph Kngler & et nx to Herman
Kugler lot 3. bla. 18 village of Manito
woc Rapids sl.
Albert Neshodoni et nx to Boleslaw
Gospodarek lot I‘.), blk. JIG city sf-i.TO.
Joseph Grassel et nx to Josedh Meir
Parcel of land in sec. JJ town of Frank
lin $3'1()0.
John Marqnardt et ux to Simon
Bet hie lot 4 Manpmrdt's Add. to Kiel
ijdDO.
O. Torrison Cos. to Lizzie Camberlidge
parts of lots 4 & 5 blk, 10 city. 11200.
Mrs. Martin Van Zon to Nick Lump
ers ot nx lot 0, blk. IM village of Maui
to woe Rapids £'o.
Michael Hoffman at ux to Knml
Knudson 40 acres see. 0. Town of (lib
son $2200.
Therese Veith et al to Ed. Wenndorf
lots 12 and 10. blk, 205 city S7OO.
William Woteukomp et nx to Herman
Kngler lot lo blk. i:t Village of Rdpids,
$7))o.
Two Rivers Mfg. Cos. t > William Kn
bol parts of lots 11 it 12 blk. 04 city of
Two Rivers (1550.
Albert Nespodoni et nx to Katie Mro
tek lot 24. blk. illO city SI.OO.
Dorotha Lips to Joseph Lips 40 acres
sec. 20 town of Manitowoc SI.OO.
Clrrence Wilkinson et nx to Xavier
(ieiser 5 acres sec. 7, Town of Eaton
SIOO.
Carl Ringtneir et ux to Charles Ring
rneir 30 acres sec. 7, town of Two Rivers
S4<H)O.
Birthday anniversaries. The birth
day anniversaries of ten of the mem
bers of the Freler Haengerbund Hinging
society, which occur in the month of
December, will la* fittingly celebrated
by an elaborate banquet at the Turner
Opera house.
AN OLD SETTLER
PASSES AWAY.
James T. Piper of Franklin Died
a Few Days Ago.
HAD LIVED IN COUNTY MANY YEARS.
Outside Friends Pay Last Tribute of Re
spect to His Memory.
CAME TO MANITOWOC FROM VERMONT.
Took Lp His Residence Here in the Year
184.1 Making the Rapids His
First Home.
James T. Piper died at his home in
Franklin, near the village of Cat ), De
cember (>. and was buried on December
9. The Rev. Mr. Jones of Manitowoc,
officiated at the funeral and a large num
ber of friends and neighbors withered to
pay a last tribute to all that remained
of him. Those that attended the funer
al from outside were George A. French
and wife of Antigo, Wis.; R. E. and
Charles E French, of Amigo, Wis,;
George W. Piper and James A. Piper,
of Kelleybrook, Oconto County
The deceased was born in the Town
of Waybridge, Addison county, Ver
mont, on August ‘JTtli, IS2:{. and came
to Wisconsin in 184 H. H“ settled at
Manitowoc Rapids, living there for a
while; then moving to the Branch. In
18.1(1 he moved to Franklin, where he has
since resided on a farm. Mr. Piper was
married to Christina Miller, of Newton,
on December 2.1, 1849: four children were
born to them: Geo. W.; James A. Mary
and Alonzo T. His first wife, Christina
Piper, died October 29, 18(12. He was
married a second time to Eveline French,
April 2.lth, I8(,tl; two hoys were horn to
them: Orrin A. and Eddie E. His wife
and sons above named survive to mourn
the loss of a kind and loving husband
and father. To these and the friends
among whom he lived so many years he
leaves an example (if a life of industry
and strict integrity.
MOVEMENT OF PERSONS
TO AND FROM MANITOWOC.
Joseph Vilas left the city for Chicago
on Monday for a brief stop, while there
he will transact important business,
M. 11. Murphy goes to Chicago this
week.
T. W. Gray is home from < ishkosh
A. H. Zau.dei has been in Rockford,
111., in the interest of his new count\
map. He is home again.
E. M. Platt came up from Chicago
and remained over Sunday.
A C Miller takes a trip through Illi
nois.
Harvey Hubbard was in Sheboygan
on Tuesday.
L. 1). Geisse, of Chilton, was in the
city.
A. Manheimer has gone north on a
business trip.
COUNTY PERSONS WHO
WERE SEEN IN FMF
CITY THIS WEEK.
Herman Hubolz, of Kasnon was in the
city last Friday.
The Kev. Father Geisler, of Two Riv
ers was in the city on Saturday.
Joseph Kleiber, was seen in the city
last Saturday.
Dr. Curiens of Two Rivers was seen j
in the city Monday.
J. E. Hamilton of Two Rivers was I
here Monday.
Thomas Watt of Maple Grove came
to the city on Monday.
I’. J. Conway called at The Pilot
office to-day.
(let JO Per Cent The Wisconsin
odd Feilows Life Insnran o company
will declare a 20 per cent, dividend
from the collected assets of the defunct
association. A number of Manitowoc
persons are intt rente J.
Royal League Officers The election
of officers of Royal League resulted as
f Mows: Past Archon, A Hover; Arch
mi, E M. Kapitan: Vice Archon, M.
Krumni: Orator, W. Unsold; Scribe, F.
C. Schultz; Collector, A. Engels. Pre
late. H. Geisler; Guide, W. F. Brandt .
Warder, W. Steffen: Sentry. L. Geisler.
There are no chestnut trees in our or
chard, Everthing new and up to date,
lit G. A. Fkhks, Jeweler.
< hi;* store will l>e open evenings until 0
o’clock up to Christmas, and after that
will close at 0 except Wednesdays and
12 Sthuktte Bkoh. Cos.
New Watches, daintiest little things
ever made and inexpensive at,
1 111 G. A. Fehks, Jeweler.
WAY BUY THE
ST. JAMES CHURCH
FOR CATHOLIC USES
A meeting of the committee appoint
ed to arrange for anew Catholic parish
on the Northside. was held at the office
of E. L. Kelley on Tuesday evening.
Father Piel being present. The mem
bers of the committee present were;
Frank Miller, George Kennedy, A. C.
Schreiter, Benj. Dempsey. E. L. Kelley,
XV. E. Murphy, J. P. Nolan, Joseph
Roeiner. John Jarr Urban Gagnon and
Wenzel Urbanek.
Father Piel stated his favorable atti
tude toward the scheme and said that as
many as 125 families would be included
in the new parish. Archbishop Kutzer
has already delegated Father T. .1
() Leary of Milwaukee, to take the init
ial step toward promoting the new
' organizatn u.
It is hinted that the frame church, in
which worship the congregation of St.
James may be purchased for the new
parish. Of course the church must l>e
dedicated and set u-'irt for the uses it is
intended for. Ult.mately an effort will
be made to build a stone church. No
name has been suggested for the new
parish, hut it has been agreed that the
language spoken shall be English
throughout.
TO REMODEL AND
REFURNISH THE
WILLIAMS HOUSE.
It has been agreed to renovate the
Williams House and make it worthy of
the city of Manitowoc.
Among the improvements which will
be mad)-in the hotel, is the entire reno
vation of the interior and the addition
of a dozen bath rooms. Steel ceilings
will be placed throughout the entire
lower portion of the house and the sam
pie rooms will be made more convenient.
On the upper Hours complete new fur
nishings will be provided together with
remodeling of all the rooms. The ex
, terior of the hotel is to receive attention
i and repainting.
City Briefs.
Initiated New Heathers. The lady
Maccabees initiated several new mem
bers and elected the following officers
at a meeting held Tneseay evening
Lady (Join. Mrs. Amanda Krainik.
Lieut. Rose Davy.
Actingl’ast Com Mis.EinnmThayer
Record Keeper. Mary L. lleyda.
Finance Keeper Flora Harris.
Serg. Mrs. E. Hollock.
Chaplain.--Mrs, Addie Dow.
Mistress at Arms Alice G. Richatls.
Sentinel Mrs. Ernestine Cozy
Picket Jessie Richards.
(’apt of Card Mamie Jergenson.
Elect New Officers At a meeting
ot Lake Shore (’oulicil No. otto Arcanum
held Tuesday at the lodge rooms the
following officers were elected:
Regent (’has. Meisuer
Vice. Regent ('has. Knickelhein.
< irator Emil Seitz.
Chaplain J. C Barrie.
<Jollector Fred W. (Rise.
Secretary ('lias M Krnmm
Treasurer ('has. Shaefer.
Guide Gustave Fraze
Warden Henry Banknecht.
Sentry Fred Kiel.
Representative to Grand Council J
A. Lehmkuhl.
Alternate to t (rand ('ouncil Fr and W.
Merer.
You may
yovir Fingers
at Dyspepsia.
There is a quality in Royal Bak
ing Powder, coming from the purity
and wholesomeness of its ingre
dients, which promotes digestion.
Food raised by it will not distress.
This peculiarity of Royal has been
noted by hygienists and physicians,
and they accordingly recommend
it in the preparation of food, espe
cially for those of delicate digestion.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWOCR CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
WHOLE NO 2246.
FIRST BIG
ELKS BALL.
Will he Given on the of St.
Stephen’s Feast.
OPERA HOISE HAS BEEN ENGAGED.
To he a Most Pretentious and Elegant
Affair.
COMMITTFI M\KING L VRGF PREP AR A T IONS
Mall Will Be Handsomely Decorated and the
Costumes of the Ladies Will
Re Elaborate.
The lodge of Elks is arranging for a
ball to lx? given the evening following
Christinas Day, Dec. '2fi, and from the
preparations already under way, it is
destined to lit* the leading social func
tion of the winter season The Elks is
a young organization so far as the city
is concerned, but since its inception, it
has become so popular that most of the
leading business men are included in it
<>n several occasions the lodge has
given social evenings, but no former en
tertainment was half so prententious as
the ball projected for St. Stephens night.
The invitations sent out are as follows
Manitowoc Lot mo;
number six hundred and eighfy-scvert
Bknkvoi.knt Photkitivi: nnm:n ok
Elks
I requests the presence of yourself and
ladies at its
1 Fikst Annual Rkckktion and B >i,i.
1 Thursday evening, December the
twenty-sixth
nineteen hundred and one
OPKUA Hovsi;.
The general scope of tin* hull ami the
details have been placed in tin* hands of
a committee over which Dr. W. (t.
Kemper presides, and the fact that the
committee is made up of genial enter
tainers insures the hall unmeasured suc
cess It is said the ladies' costumes will
he very elaborate.
Diamonds. In-st and clmapst at.
in O. A. Fkhus. Jeweler.
No Joint Debate. An effort was
made to arrange a debate b-tween the
North and South side high school de
bating soeieties, hut the effort is of no
avail.
Commission Meets Dec. 10. The
meeting of Commissioners John 1,
Haney of Kewaunee. George W. Wolfe
of Rhinelander and Talentine Detling of
Sheboygan, wliieh was set for 2 u cluck
Tuesday afternoon at the Circuit court
clerk's office for the purpi se of apprais
ing the damage done the property own
ers on Franklin, and Lake streets
by th* Chicago A: North-Western Rail
way company, was adjourned to Decem
ber K(.
Drolet was hurl George Drolet. a
caulker at the Larger shipyards, on
Monday while working on tin- scaffold
on one of tin* steamers, fell to the
ground, a distance of ten feet, and was
quite severely injured Tie has been
employed at the shipyards for the past
fourteen years and this is the first in
jury lie sustained.
We have some choice thm;s in cut
glass, fine china and statuary.
lb G. A. Fkhhs. Jewler.

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