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^OL. XLI. No. 208. PERTH AMBOY, N. J., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1021. THREE CENTS %?"<££”* Storm Does Much Damage, Wires Down;-Work On New Matawan Bridge July 21-Delay Action On R. R. Tragedy1 U. S. PLANS NOT TO EFFEOTLEAGUE ► a—^mmm^^^————^ I lillliMii HtLII “ £aid on Place of David Wolf son in Prospect Street by Local Police Last Night w ON TIP OF BACHMAN Traces Truck, Camouflaged as Furniture Van to Wolfson Place, Where Seized WAS BEING UNLOADED Booze Now at Headquarters -Driver Held in $3,000 Bail for Hearing Five barrels of grain alcohol, a truck, and the person of Jacob Lip Bhltz, of 354 Rockaway avenue, Brooklyn, the driver of the truck, were the results of a raid on the establishment of David Wolfson on Prospect street, at Fayette, conduct ed last night at 7:30 o’clock by the local police. p-oceeding along New Brunswick i. .rOnue shortly before 7 o’clock Mo Itorcycle Officer Bachman noticed a truck turning into Wolfson’s estab lishment. The machine was plied high with s a conglomeration of chairs, mat tresses and other pieces of furniture, MB making a first class disguise as a furniture van, but Bachman, sus ( " pecting that the barrels might con tain illicit liquor, notified police headquarters and Detectives Murray and Muska were detailed to the ■cene. Upon their arrival at Wolfson’s place they entered the building as the last barrel was being removed from the truck. Undecided as to the proper course to pursue, Chief Niels J. Tonnesen was summoned by the officers. Chief Tonnesen gave orders for the seizure of the alcohol and the arrest of the chauffeur, Jacob Lipshitz. The seized alcohol is held at head quarters pending proper disposition by the authorities, and IJpsbitz is under bail fixed at $3,000 for appear ance in eo"rt here on Tuesday morn ing. More Arrests Likely. fBv Evening News Staff Correspondent.] NEW BRUNSWICK. July 1.6—Al though no definite information could he received from the prosecutor’s of fice this morning it was rumored that additional arrests in Perth Amboy were likely over the week-end of those violating the state prohibition enforcement act. County Detective William Fitzpatrick made several ar rests in that city this week of alleged violators of the dry law. Who 7s ~He? ] __/ Today’s silhouette is that of a local * real estate ami insurance man who 1 i only recently lias taken an active part In politics. He now holds an elective position. t !t Yesterday’s silhouette was of Da- ^ vld St. Lifer, one of the St. Lifer ( ,Erothers, who conduct the clothing j store at Smith street and Madison < p.venuc. The winner was Bernice t Pofer.sky, of 108 Kearny avenue. COPrON FOR YOCB CONVENIENCE f Mail or send to The EVENING ' NEWS Office, so as to reach there ' before 11 o’clock tomorrow. To Silhouette Editor, | The Perth Amboy Evening News, I Identify the above silhouette as ^ Name and address of sender: a WRINGS A BAYFIELD CARBURETORS o To Fi„ Every Car Carried In i?tock J PERTH AMBOY GARAGE CO. > I HACK TRUCKS A CHANDLER CARS ) Phono 1717-lilt F MRS. KABER FOUND GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER CLEVELAND, O., July 16:—Mrs. Eva Katherine Kaber was today found guilty of murder in the first degree, but with a recommendation of mercy by the jury which tried her on a charge of plotting to kill her husband, Daniel F. Kaber. Under the indictment Mrs. Kaber must serve the remainder of her life in prison. . Telephones Out of Order, Floods in Streets-Light ning Strikes The series of thunder and light ning storms yesterday, accompanied by heavy rains, did considerable damage and caused much trouble in this vicinity and surrounding terri tory. Many wires were blown down or damaged by the electrical storm or water, cellars were flooded in some sections, streets washed out, trees damaged and in a few instances bolts of lightning struck. Telephone service around Jefferson street and Madison avenue was put out as the result of the storm. The EVENING NEWS was without phone service all this morning, mak ing it necessary to send and receive all calls, including the Associated Press dispatches from New York, on nearby wires which were in work ing order. Tottcnville House Struck. rBy Evening News Staff Correspondent.! TOTTEN VILLE, July 16—The theory that lightning never strikes twice in the same place was exploded .yesterday when the residence of Wil mot Chapman, at 401 Sleight avenue was"struck by a bolt the second time in two weeks. The first time the house was struck the bolt ripped off a number of shingles on the roof in the front of the house, but yesterday afternoon during the heavy shower which passed over this section about 3 o’clock the rear of. the residence was struck. The bolt ripped off a number of weather boards and after shattering them in all directions, 1C entered the bedroom on the second flood, breaking every window in the room and doing other damage to the interior of the place. It then passed to the bath room where it broke a window. The bolt then pass ed out of the house without even set ting the woodwork on fire. Mr. Chapman was not at home but Mrs. Chapman who had left the house a few minutes before heard the sound of breaking glass and the crashing of the wood at the home of a neighbor, where she had gone, ^he was not aware that her place hao been struck until three hours after when she returned home. Howard Chapman, a son and his two sis ters, Helen and Eunice, were in the house at the time. They felt the force of the shock but suffered no ill effects from the lightning. The storm seemed to center around Tottcnville for some time and sev eral hard claps of thunder accom panied the lightning flashes. Reports of no other damage had been re ceived. The service station of the Depart ment of Plants and Structures at Concord was struck, halting traffic on the municipal trolley for about fif teen minutes. * Damage at South Amboy By Evening News Staff Correspondent.] SOUTH AMBOY, July 16—Yes erday’s storm with its exceptionally leavy rain caused considerable an loyance here, the downpour flood - ng several of the streets and clos ng traffic for some time at various joints. Traffic was completely tied ip at plank bridge on Pine avenue ’hen, at the height of the storm, l truck broke through the planking nd was stalled. Broadway, from David street outh to John street, was complete r flooded and for a time even iireatened to overflow the curbing. it Henry street the water was high uough to make impossible the pas age of pedestrians. On Pine ave ue, where road improvements are a progress, much of the sand re ently excavated was washed away, ’hree Ford cars were stalled in the ’ashed down sand on Stevens ave me. Traffic Officer Samuel Keegan n duty at Portia street during the torm, was kept busy directing traf ic away from Pine avenue, where epairs are not yet complete. In the Mechanicsville section all raffle was suspended, the water rom Bergen Hill filling the “hole in he wall** to a depth of three feet imes. Sidewalks in this district yere washed away and numerous ellars wore flooded. Busses run ling between Perth Amboy and South Amboy were compelled *o use he other road. Traffic at the Jersey Central 'raction Company near the Penn ylvania bridge on the new road, /as tied up for over an hour, the ■ ater being of such depth as to r.ake the passage of cars impossi le. Has Narrow Escape. JERSEY CITY. July 16.—George Coch. stationmaster for the Public ervice Company, experienced a close have when lightning knocked him d the rfloor and.left him practically aid. He was recovering today. Carpenter work and ToDfm.e promptly ttended to. Geo. H. Thompson. 87 Lewis t. Phone 1409- V 474 -6-25 Ved Snt. tf* If your eoai or gas range does not <hake r burn. I will make It or no charge. F. Larkin. 267 McClellan St. Tel. 565-R. - 174—3-1 4-t' M. W. S - -- j . A. Hdwe. tor Hot weather necessities. PRESENTMENT i NEXT m BE GRAND W Fail to Report on Findings in Grade Crossing Tragedy at Session Yesterday MANY CASES HEARD Will Have Report' on Probe Held Here for Judge Daly in a Week’s Time FIND 15 INDICTMENTS Public Retraction Made by Ramponi in Charges Against Detective David fBy Evening News Staff Correspondent.] NEW BRUNSWICK, July 16.—No presentment was made by the grand jury yesterday in the Perth Amboy grade-crossing case which cost the lives of nine firemen on June lo. Owing to the large amount of work resulting from the cases before the jury the members were unable to draw up the presentment of their findings. They will report next Fri day, when another meeting of the jury will be held, it was announced yesterday. The grand jury yesterday returned fifteen indictments after considering thirty-one cases. Owing to the large amount of work before them the jury was called to meet again next Friday to * omplete the cases. Retracts Charge. Adam Ramponi, of this city, who made a verbal attack on County Detective Ford A. David recently, asserting the county otticial had "a cellar full of booze,” yesterday re tracted his assertion when questioned by Prosecutor Joseph E. Strieker and begged the pardon of Detective David. Ramponi was subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury yester day. He said he received the in formation regarding Detective David in a saloon where he overheard a conversation in which the detective’s booze supply was the main topic of discussion. Fail to Find Indic tment. Harry Silverstein of this city, who was arrested on a manslaughter charge resulting from his automobile striking and killing Mrs. Emma J. Britton here on June 2, was released from custody yesterday when the grand jury failed to return an indict ment. William W. Britton, son of the deceased woman, has started an action in the circuit court for $25,000 damages claiming Britton was driv ing recklessly and was on the wrong side of the street when his car struck tho woman. Ivy and Lulu Butler, of this city, were released yesterday from cus tody after the grand jury failed to indict them on a charge of keeping a disorderly house in this city. Jessie Tcnnay. .who was arrested as a material witness in the same case, was also released. LEGION TO CONTINUE FIGHT FOR BONUS CHICAGO, July 16.—The fight of the Amreican Legion for the soldiers’ bonus will be continued with re newed vigor, declared Major John G. Emery, of Grand Rapids, Mich., national commander of the legion, in commenting today on the “side tracking” of the bonus bill in the senate. “We consider President Harding all wrong in his attitude,” he said. “Why, the senate finance committee in its report declared untrue the terms that the Sweet bill and the objective compensation program would bankrupt the treasury.” Mr. Em try asserted the legion has a well defined program to fight for the bonus and this will not be modi fied. ’ TWO MILITARY FUNERALS IN THIS VICINITY Military funerals for two soldiers who died in the World’s War and whose bodies were brought home rom France last weeli are being held :his afternoon and tomorrow. The funeral for Private Marinus Chris tiansen. of 281 Goodwin street, is icing heid this afternaan with Perth Amboy Post American Legion, in •barge, and that of Private Edward J. Fugel, of Meluehen. formerly of j his city, will he held tomorrow af- ( :ernoon at ?■ o’clock from the Me tuehen Prcsbvteriar. church. The j nterment for both will be in Alpine :?metery. < Lightning Hits at A vend. [By Evening News Correspondent.] AVENEL, July 16.— Lightning (truck twice here yesterday during i :he showers, which swept over this t 3ection. A large hay barn on the i Perkins farm, occupied by Philip t Denbleyker, was struck by a bolt I yesterday morning and the barn with ts contents was destroyed before i he blaze could be extinguished. f The residence of J. Trojan, in « Vvenel street was struck without j •ausing any fire. The building was (lightly damaged. DR. C. S. HEGADORN. PERTH AM- j ?OY'S LEA DINTJ CHIROPRACTOR VILL BE AWAY ON HIS VACATION '’ROM JULY 17 TO JULY 25. READY j T>R BUSINESS JULY 26. SIS—7-16-lt« J FRIENDS FOR A DAY, ANYWAY i i v> /X ■ - THE wearih O' THE GB-tEH Stolen Car is Found Ditched Near Metucheh--4 N. Y. Men Are Arrested fBy Evening News Staff Correspondent.] NEW BRUNSWICK, July 16:— Four New York men are being held in the county jail on suspicion as a result of a story told by them when found about 3 o’clock , this morning alongside of an automobile ditched near the Hotel Pines. The men gave the following names: Charles White, twenty-four, of 534 West Forty-ninth street; Michael O’Connell, twenty eight, 534 West 145th street; Walter Sheppard, twenty-one, of 4 44 West Fortieth street; William Jones, twcn -three, of 502 West Thirty-ninth street. The car has been identified as one belonging to H. J. Manches ter, of 857 Ninth avenue, New York City, which has been stolen for about a month. The car is a 11*20 model and carries a New York license. The numbers have been nicked off so hat identification will be made diffi cult. The story told by the men is one in which neither the Metuchen olice nor county detectives put much faith. According to the story told by the men they were going from New York to Philadelphia on foot. They arriv ed in Perth Amboy yesterday after noon and accepted an offer to ride In a small delivery truck. They left Perth Amboy, they said, in the af ternoon and despite the fact they rode all of the time it was not until about 3 o'clock they reached the Hotel Pines. Here a touring car was found in a ditch, the owner standing llongside of it, they claim. The dc ivery truck tried to pull out the oth •r car but failed, the men say. They then offered to remain in the car vhile the owner went on the truck to New Brunswick for a wrecking car. He left them the bill of sale, the men said. A representative of the Underwrit ers Detective Bureau, who is in this listrict, heard of the case and has ?one to Metuehen to look over the *ar, which is in Bauer’s garage, to ice if any numbers or marks remain >n the various parts. It is believed by the authorities hat the men stole the car and were :aking it to Philadelphia for the purpose of disposing of it when it kidded into a ditch. Apartment House Tenants Strike. [By Tho Associated Press.] JERSEY CITY. July 16.—A rent itrike among tenants of fashionable 1 ipartments was in effect today tin* ler the direction of the city an* horities. It was led by James M. lannon. Jr., director of revenue and inance. at a mass meeting in pro est against notices from owners of ipartments tenanted by well-to-do >eople. that rents would be raised October 1. Will Chock Uprising. MEXICO CITY. July 16—War of ice authorities declared last night hat the uprising in the state of Ta naulipas led by General Daniel Mar inez Herrera, would be put down by ittle more than a week. President Obregon met newspaper ^ nen last night and was inclined not o treat the unrising seriously. DANCING TONIGHT At Morgan Pavilion Music By ronghini's Sterling Syncopators iVi. Arbitration Committee Comes to Agreement With Both Sides on $8 Per Day The arbitration committee ap pointed by the bosses and union members of tht* Sheet Metal Work ers, met last night in the Builders Exchange with the result that the men will return to work at the rate of $8 per day. The Sheet Metal Workers filled to come to an agree ment with the bosses on arbitration day, with the result that the differ ences were left in the hands of an arbitration committee which made the award. The bosses offered the union men a total of $7 per day on May 1, which the men refused to accept. They in turn demanded per day. The $8 aw/irdod by the arbitration committee is a conpromiso. The arbitration committee con sisted of the following members: Robert S. Gill. Chescbrough Com pany; Lester R. White, superinten dent of Perth Amboy Chemical Works; Thomas Lucas, excise com missioner: Joseph E. Hornsby, city collector. AUTOS CRASH HEAD-ON; NO INJURIES TO DRIVERS Two cars, driven by T. 10. Ander son of this city and Frank J. Licato, of New, York, were involved in a head-on collision on tlie Lehigh Val ley railroad crossing at New Bruns wick avenue shortly after 10:30 o’clock last night. As the result of Ihe accident Anderson's machine was badly damaged in front, while damage # to the New York car was confined* to a bent fender. An investigation was conducted at the scene of the accident by Officer Ludvigsen and charges of being un rler the influence of liquor were made by Licato against Anderson. He was taken to Dr. (L W. Fithian for examination, but the doctor would not say that Anderson was in toxicated. Licato was brought before Re corder Pickersgill this morning charged with operating an automo bile without a registration card, but he charge was dismissed. P. A. Hdwe for Tool Boxes—filled or impty. BASEBALL SUNDAY, JULY 17TII Big Double Header First Game—1:30 “FANNY” TERIO'S ACMES vs. CLOVER A. C. Second Game—3:30 O 'Clock Inter-County Championship Series KEYPORT A. C. vs. PERTH AMBOYS Popular Prices ADULTS—35 CENTS CHILDREN—15 CENTS I _ I Rebuilding of Bridge Over Matawa’i Creek to Start on July 21 Work of rebuilding the draw bridge over tho Matawan creek, just north of tho borough of Koyport, on Route No. 4 of the State Highway Commis sion will be started about July 21. according to Information obtained in this city today. The contract for the rtpair of the bridge has been award 'd to F. W. Schwiers, Jr., of New Vork City, the understanding being that work be started on tiie rebuild ing the structure not later than fif teen days after tiie contract is let, which makes the starting date about July 21. However, there is nothing to keep tho successful bidder from starting work before that time, if he is able to get iiis men. and necessary tools and machinery at the bridge, prior to tiie above mentioned date. It is said | that it will take at least six months to complete the work. During the time the work is going bn tiie bridge will be open to traflic. In order to keep tho bridge open to traflic the contractor must build two other bridges, leading from tlir roadway onto tho main section of the draw. This will be done by building the bridges over the present bridges leading up to the draw in order to take the weight from tiie present building tnc bridges over tho present bridge piers which must be removed and rebuilt. These bridges will not be as wide as the present bridge, and as one side of tho present bridge is completed, the temporary bridges will be moved over to the other side of the structure and the tra flic shifted in this manner. The work required in tho rebuild ing of the bridge, requires the re placing of four large concrete piers. I two on either side of tin* structure,! which have sunken, allowing the bridge to sag. Tho present piers under tiie draw proper will remain as they are, but will be strengthened by two new additional piers to be Placed alongside of them. It is understood there will bo no need to close tiie draw to traflic while those two additional piers are being built. ■ Rainbow Vets Don't Act on Bonus. I by The Associated Press. J CLEVELAND. <>., July 16.—A resolution declaring for more ade quate care of disabled soldiers was ready for presentation in today’s ses sion of the second annual convention of the Rainbow Veterans’ Associa tion. The bonus question was left for tiie last, session of the business meeting. i New Fight on Beer Bill. WASHINGTON, July 16.—Another struggle is promised in the senate next week as the result of efforts to take up the Williard beer bill. The senate adjourned yesterday until next Monday without adopting the beer bill motion offered by Senator Sterling, Republican. South Dakota but there were promises of action Monday. Americans Help Rebuild France LARIS, July 16 —Fifty American students of architecture, who re cently came to France to assist in J ‘he construction of building in the j devastated zones, have begun work, j P. A. Hdwe. for ••Krich" Curtain Rod*, i Rig Bargain; Bulok Roadster. Central Garage. 225 New Brunswick Ave. Open eveninga Time payment# arra"*®* 4775—7-14-a** GREEK TROOPS OCCUPY CITY, ATHENS REPORTS ATHENS, July 16-—Greek troops have occupied the city of Kataia, an important point in the southern side of the Bagdad railroad, about sev enty-five miles southeast of Brussa, it was declared in private dispatches received from Sniyfna. Nothing Given Out as to What is Going on Bhind the Scenes in London LONDON, July 16.—What is hap pening behind the scenes in the con sultation of the Irish party prelimi nary to the renewal of the conver sations between Eamonn de Valera and Premier Lloyd George 4s Screened by what Sir James Craig terms “a rigid silence." £ir James Craig used this phrase in explaining to interviewers of the telief that everything depended on the way the question was handled. “The slightest indiscretion or mis representation” he said, “may easily cause incalculable harm. What will best aid the attainments of peace is for every one concerned to withhold comment.” On the deliberations of the Ulster premier and his colleagues is believed to rest the immediate hope for the continuance of the Downing street conversations, in which it is possible Sir James Craig will join Monday, although as such a visit to the prime minister’s official residence would merely be for a second personal In terview with Mr. Lloyd George. Armed Resistance DUBLIN, July 16—Commenting upon the conference between Ea iron de Valera and Lloyd George, the Irish bulletin says: “If a peaceful settlement should be denied the Irish people will re sume armed resistance to foreign domination. They possess the will and have the power to bring their light vitally to success. Referring to the observance of the truce arranged in Ireland, the newspaper says: “There is in the nation that dis cipline and obedience to authori ties which is tlie essence of success for self government.” CHURCH MEN MEET TODAY TO REPEAL BOXING LAW CAMDEN, July 16.—An organiza tion of churchmen pledged to wage an intensive, campaign for repeal of the state boxing law, opened head quarters here today. Kev. Wilbur F. Crafts, who is superintendent of the International Reform Bureau, which attempted to hate tho Dempsey Carpentie** bout stopped by an in junction. is the leader. Tho campaigners plan to follow the same tactics that resulted in betting at the race-tracks in New Jersey being prohibited some years ago. They announced that legisla tive candidates would be asked to pledge themselves to vote for repeal of the boxing laws. MANY FALSE INCOME TAX RETURNS ARE MADE WASHINGTON, July 16:—About twenty million dollars was added to the government’s revenue during the fiscal year just ended through recov eries from false and fraudulent in come tax returns, Commissioner Blair announced today. Indictments have boon returned during the year in every section of the country, he said, and many jail sentences have been imposed rang ing from sixty days to a year in ad dition to fines and penalties which were also assessed. INSPECT LEVIATHAN FOR FUTURE SERVICE NKW YORK, July 16—An inspec tion of the giant liner Leviathan, lying idle at her dock at Hoboken, was made by Chairman Lasker of the shipping board with a view to reconditioning her for service. With Mr. Lasker were; J. Hobstow Smull, William J. Love and A. J. Frye, bank presidents of the fleet corporation. It was estimated that from six to eight months will be required to put the former German liner in commis sion and that the cost would be about $7,000,000. Act in Widows Gases The committee of lawyers ap pointed by Judge C C Mommann to represent the families and widows n>f the nine volunteer firemen who were killed in this city in n grade crossing accident on June 15. met today in the office of Adrian Lyon. After the meeting word was given »ut that there was no information for publication at the present Lime. The committee will moot igain Monday morning at 9:30 3‘clock. Funeral for Mrs. John McMurrny Funeral services for Mrs. John McMurrny, formerly of this city, who died at the home of her sister it 2G0 West 147th street, New York [Tty, will b. held from the Garretson chapel in High street tomorrow af ternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. Frederick Widermeyor, of the First Presbyte rian church, will officiate. The in '■'•nx'nt will 1>p in \lnim- coniotcrv. STEAM VULCANIZING That Saves You Money. LET GEORGE DO IT. PUN DOES NOT CONFLICT WITH LEAGUE ACTION Washington Conference Fit} in With Steps Taken by League Committee SO SAYS VIVIANl Meeting is Held by Committei on Armament in Paris To day for Discussion NO CHANGES IN PLANS Japan’s Attitude Fails to Hall Action Being Taken in Washington Today PARIS, July 16:—Tho temporary committee for the reduction in arm ament appointed by the League of Nations decided today that the con ference on this question to be called by President Harding would not conflict in any way with tho league’s move. Rene Vivian!, chairman of the committee, in opening the meeting declared that the Washington con ference instead of conflicting with the commission on disarmament, fit ted in with just such study. M. Vivian! devoted considerable time to discussing President Harding’s plans. fe argued that the league’s disarm ament work could only In accom plishing objects sought by the Wash ington meeting. The chairman’s attitude was ap proved by H. A. L. Fisher. Great Pritain’s representative, Dr.'* Rivas Vieunl of Chile and Senator Carlos Schanger of Italy. A view, expressed by some of th li. delegates was that while tT.* I States was declared conflict! ng^with the League of Nations, the forth coming conference in Washington would find itself obliged to con sider such questions as the league’s committee might prepare. WASHINGTON, July 16.—The at titude of Japan toward the proposed disarmament conference, as shown by her reply to President Harding’s invitation, will not alter the plans already in process of development here, and the formal Invitations will go forward by cable just as soon as the date for tr»e# meeting has been decided upon, t Vas announced to-* As the matter is now regarded, there is no object Kit in official circles to m ightening Tokio further is to the tonic* to be discussed, DUt what Japan w*1! probably get wil! be «• courteous declaration that the nitTVfj States, as the fr.viting nation, could no*, assume to make the agenda for the conference. It can only offer the gertia1 subject*. P being the Junction of the conference itself to decide what it wants to discuss. Inferentially Japan may under stand from *.his that is not regarded as within the privilege of an invited nation to set the program in advance any more than the inviting nation can. IT!nco Would Attend LONDON, July 16:—Tho proposal s being made here to have the Prince of Wales accompany the del egates to the disarming conference when it meets in Washington. He would not go ns a delegate, but in an unofficial capacity. It is understood that the king favors the idea. Plan Big Offensive CONSTANTINOPLE. July 1«:— King Constantine is undertaking the direction of the big offensive against I ho Turkish nationalists now in pro gress, it is stated in advices reaching here from the front. TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR OWN PANAMA CANAL It cuts In half the highway of the seas. It compresses the whole earth into smaller compass. This is a matter of tremendous advantage, to the American manu facturer, tho farmer, tho merchant, and tho man In tho street. rt brings Chill ami Ppru nearer to New York than California. It brings Australia 1.300 miles nearer to England. The most authoritative map of the Panama Canal was made under the direction of i he National Geographic Society. 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