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A prix PUBLISHING corn Ault
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as i PAXTON General Mammcn
t4YterM M IbS poitofflce at Paducah
K7 M iceond elm matter
UBSCKimOH RATa I
r By Carrier per week 10 < >
Br Kali per month In advanesr I 5
By Hal per year In advisM wlltfl I
THE WEEKLY SUN
Ptf year by mall poitaie palfl 1100
AdOreM THB SUN Paducah X7
Me Ill loath ThIrd Phonei 181 j
Editorial Iltooat
MI fin nNw Phone IIS I
Fays and Young Chicago and New
York BepreienUtlrea
RepresentativeGa
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VEDXESDAY ALXRCII 10 I
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CIRCULATION FEBRUARY 1010
I
16791 166810
26185 166814 I
86194 176815
4L 1 6890 186826 1
56791 196826 i I
76190 216826 I
8t 6791 22 6828 1
96194 236825
1016791 246825 I
116194 256828 t
126806 266826 I
a4 6816 28 6816 r
163504 < I
6812 a
Average Feb 1910
Average Feb 1909 5297
Increase 1515
Personally appeared before met
this lit day of March 1910 R D <
MacMlllen Business Manager of The t
Sun who affirm that the foregoing I
it a true and correct statement of Its I
circulation for the month of February I
to the beet of hla knowledge and be I
lie L t
PETER PURYEAR
Notary Public I
Ttlf commission expires January 10 t
t 1912I I
I
Dally Thought
A good rule is never to be a dis
courager
Khartum and cartoon sound much
alike
alikeYet o
Yet the attorneys for the Standard
Oil company In rpltp of tho poor
mouth they mako about business be
fore tho euproma court must admit t
that the concern has hem reasonably
Successful even financially
ftnanclallyo
o
Tho LoulsrlMo Herald says Nat
Goodwin knows four times 8lI much
about married life a the average I
man When a boy has t6go back
and take the same grade aver four
times Is that a sign he JUIOWTB morq
than other boys about school I
0
Victims lot the wrestling aid race
track swindlers at Council Bluffs ad 1
raltted on the wttnces stand that they I
thought they were playing a sure 1
thing and engaging in something 1
shady themselves The wouldjbe l
crook who Is tricked by a 6ure
enough crook always squeals
oC
THE CENSUS MAN j
The Ian word for the census takersa
a
tvas spoken by President Taft In aa
proclamaUoo confiding them to the
itadly ministrations of the populace b c
With such a send off wto wouldnt
be a census taker We antlcipatean
era of good feeling to follow the
thirteenth enumeration Alight woIe
Ie
not euggost to the department ere It
In
Is too late that the aumeratore aim
make note of the varying degrees ofw
w
hospitality they moot In various 1ocaJ1tl
tlties
0
will find things easier for tho nextp
month Wine and cake and chtakca p
I It I
whlcU tho thrifty housewife has preI
pared for tho coming ot the comma t
taker man bo diplomatically appro h
priated and devoured In the parlor l
while the weary wlllle plies tho mil
tress of the house with Impertinent c t
questions about her personal affairs
Tie up old Tige and leave the gate h
unhooked the census man Is coming
to
o tt
AN ERA OF PU tIC IMPROVE
1mTI s I
t With the passage of the ten year
special assessment bond bill Padu
cah map advertise to the world that f
hereafter cash payment will be made
promptly upon completion of contract c
work for sewers sidewalks and paved s
streets and contractors will not 00t
expected to add thirty per cent to theI
Wet to property owners for the trou
ble of collecting tho assessments
Also prospecUvo homo owners may
r txj asmired that wom sewers and
street paving are laid before their
Iota 1 the value of the property will In
grease each year beyond the amount
of each ycare asfessment and they
need not fear confiscation of their
property to pay for Improvements
The plan Is generally qnito well
understood The cost of the Improve
ments etlll fall on property within I
the assessment district but the gen
eral council issues ten year bonds for I
tho amount of the whole cost of tho
t contract tho cost U 1 apportlcnod j
among the property holder and tho
4 iu5t > e smcnt made a lien It In pay j
able to tho city in ten equal annual
installments This plan will insure
competition In bids for the work andI I
k tho lowest possible price
There can toe no question of the
+ popularity ot the plan onco the prop
erty owners realize its benefits Jf a
roans aeewsement is 1 f 150 he will pay
into the city 15 a year for ten pears I
Prthle MBouct to ne vHl pay I
I Lt < 1
f
onetenth of It each Soar when lie
pays his taxes This makes certain
the complete sewering of tho city in I
a short time and tho paving of many S
streets
o
Tho most Vociferous defenders of I
Mr Tafts policies are the mew who I
were moet vicious In their attacks on I
Roosevelt Tho bills which arc sub
mitted as administration measures I
aro supported by newspapers which
denounced Roosevelt says the Lou
bvlllo Post You will except us of
course
courseUSIXG o
USING VBTBHIVNS FOR BAIT
The Kentucky legislature stands
adjourned for two years unless Gov
ernor Willeon calls It In special see
son to enact financial legislation
What was done and what was left
undone In the way of public meas
ures must fall squarely upon tho
shoulders of tho majority In both
douses which adopted rulce provid
ing that only a twothirds majority
could call a bill from a committee
when unfavorably reported and then
fixed tho committee in accordance
with tho designs of a well organized
lobby
lobbyOne
One of tho loudly proclaimed mla s
ures is a Confederate pension bill
which passed the legislature unanl
mously It sounds grand to tell about
provislcna for the bravo old soldiery
who gave four years and much of
their vitality to the cause they Joved
but in reality It Is about as grand as I
the act of a man who having already I
overdrawn his account at the bank
gives a check for an Indefinltoamount
to relieve the distress of n friend It
Is r a fraud and a sham There ia no
money to meet the states outstand
ing obligations and the men who
acclaimed the heroes of the south so
vociferously in the legislature pro
vided no means of raising revenue to
pay these pensions We cannot see
what the governor can do but veto
the bill Probably tho astute politi
clans in the legislature set the trap
for the governor and baited it with
gallant old soldiers in gray some of
them minus arms and legs all of
them silvery haired scarcely proper
game for such a shoddy political
trickOh
Oh The shameless perfldj of the
contemptible swine who could think
of subjecting brave old warriors to
the Ignominy Of being mere bait to
trap a governor They forgot the
press aa they did when they choked
the county unit and fraudulently
passed the Lou IsvUlo ripper bill They
didnt have the nerve to pass the lat
ter over tho governors veto They
will be sorryi they didnt do some
thing besides talk for the Consfedernte
veterans when the press fnlshesdth
them Some editors have already
spoken on the subject Monday the
cdurler Journal suggested
There teems to bp soma awaken
ing at Frankfort as to the practically
limitless cast of attempting to pen
sion the Confederate terans and
their widows There is a difference
between passing a pension bill on a
sentiment and a eotrgand raising the
money to carry out the provisions of
the bill
billYesterday
Yesterday the Mayfield Jlcsscngor
added <
It is predicted that the sovernor
will veto the Confederate pension
bill If the legislature I pad not ap
propriated such large came of money
and had not increased the salaries of
so man offices and had not increased
and created so many new offices tho
state would probably have had money
enough to have paid these old sol
diers a little money which they to
muchly need in tho last years of their
Urea < These gallant old soldiers in
all probability will not get a pension
which theji so greatly deserve all be
cause of the extravagance and bad
business management tho member
of the presort legislature Wo are
sorry to see such extravagance and
such a waste of our public money in
some firings and such rigid economy
othersAnother
Another failure of the legislature
was the income lax amendment to
the federal constitution It half been
openly averred that some ono pur
posely emasculated tho resolution as
t was passed by the legislature by
omitting tho word Incomes Wlcn
tho governor diecovereij the omission
he sent It i back and tho legislature
refused to adopt it There Is some
covert opposition to tho constitu
tional amendment and a piece of
money Is supposed to nave changed
bands on the alteration of tho resolu
Uon Wo cannot refrain from men
tioning that Senator Eaton mode a
game fight for the amendment to the
lastAltogether
Altogether we entertain hopes that
political debauchery and demagoguery
In Kentucky reached the high water
mark tn tho legislature just con
cluded and that better things arq In
store for us In tho future But as
tho Baltimore Sun remarked of I
Philadelphia the people of Kentucky
got just what they voted for I
o
Kentucky Kernel
Mort Singleton dies at Princeton
Mrs O W Waddlll of Madison
vllle dies
Col Jamea p Allen 62 dies at
Lexington
WlHIara Strasser of Skylight com
mits suicide
Jako Holt and Mae Gregory of Du
laney marry
Martin Head of Chenola Bell
county discovers gold
Mrs Sidney Rucker has narrow
escape from lockjaw at Princeton
Big stock barn of J F Moser near
Stanford burns with 2000 low
Preparations for big T P A con
vention Under way at Hopklnsvlllo
Murray will have Arbor Dayan
April 8th Tag Day on March 28th
Dr Valentine H Hobson dies from
injuries sustained by fall from
building at Lexington
p 1
k v r h
HOTEL ARRIVALS
PALMER Leonard Ix Coyle Lou
isville James Green Mayfield Mr
anrf Mrs E J NowHn Fulton C J
Olllvor Evansvlllo E E Klnler
Cleveland < 3 Jr Greenv Nashville
H W Young Louisville Thomas
Hodge Henderson
DBLVBDEKE S H Myere St
Louis n Leo Beams and wife
3wensboro Jl L Allen Owensboro
i EJ J Carpenter IxmlsvIKo George
H Dobson Nartivlllo O WWall
Qvansvllle S L Louie Loulsvllfb
J E Cocterlll Owensboro
NEW IlICHMOND Miss Wattle F
Daze Shawneetown P If PoulKa
Memphis R L Herndon and wife
Untpn J W Moneymaker Dycut
burg J M Duniap Vicksburg J R
Lunn Borden Tenn J A Mason
MayHcM I I
CAPT W C CLARK
Continued From Page One
came out ot tho war unscathed At
tho close of tho war ho returned to
Paducah After residing hero a short
tlmo ho moved to Graves county and
was elected to the legislature during
tho years 18689 In 1870 ho ran
for congress as an independent but
was defeated by hob E Grassland
the regular Democratic nominee Ho
again became a resident of Paducah
In 1871 where ho lived and until
his death
Tobacco Inspector
Ho was tobacco Inspector for this
market a number of years and UIISI
1887 he was appointed postmaster I
for four years under Cleveland Aft
er his term > explred the place was
filled < for tho next four years by Hugh
Mulholland After he retired Captain
Clark was again appointed to the
office which ho filled with credit
After retiring from the postofflco
Captain Clark was elected represent
atlvo to tho state legislature from
McCrackcn county by a largo ma
jority His health became bad dur
ing tho latter part of his term of
office and ho returned to Paducah
where ho was unable to engage In
any active calling He was a self
made man and a deep thinker Re
ceiving a common school education
ho was compelled to give up his
studies to help support the family <
but this did not hinder him from a
great deal of reading Ho was an
eloquent orator and many of his
speeches from tho political platform
will bo remembered Ho was a
staunch democrat
Captain Clark was a member of
the Broadway Methodist church and
also belonged to the Knights of
Honor A 0 0 AV and Jtasonld
whod
cewere born to Capt and Mrs Clark
ten now survive They are as fol
IowaAirs
Mrs W A Collier of Birming
ham Ala Mrs JesseCurd of Hugo
HugoP0
Okla Mrs T W Dollberry of Po
lean Okla Mrs George Houser
Mrs WatUo Miller Mrs Joe S Don
durant Mrs Conn W Craig and Miss
Ellen Clark all of Paducah and
Messrs John Clark of Tulsa Okla
and Charles J Clark of Paducah
Captain dark also leaves four
sisters who are Mrs Birdie Buck
ley of Center Colo Mrs Althea
Parish and Miss Salllo Clark of
Clarksvllle Tenn and Mrs Roberta
Plumlee of Mayfield
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock
the funeral services will bo held at
the residence on Broadway the Rev
G T Sullivan pastor of the Broad
way Methodist church officiating
The Paducah lodge ot Masons No
127 wjll havo charge Burial will
be In Oak Grove cemetery
Tho pallbcarere at the funeral will
be
Honorary Hon John K Hen
drlck Hon W M Reed Hon W A
Berry Mnecoo Burnett and lion D
A Yeisorj t
Active Gus Singleton Mann Clark
A B Sowoll L A Washington JI
W Little and Waddle JAmS
111arlolnles
Sirs Minnie Holmes
Mrs Minnie Holmes 24 years old
of 1219 Jackson street died at 4
oclock yesterday afternoon after an
Illness of septlscnla She was the
wife of E M Holmes a fireman for
tho Illinois Central railroad and I
leaves her husband and two little
daughters Sho is also survived by
her parents Mr and Mrs Albert
Green Tho body was taken to Hick
ory Grovo early this morning for
burial this afternoon
i Fi
Have You Cold or
t Grippe
If so call No 40 and we will
send you a box of Hesslgs
NEVER FAIL
Cold and Grippe Capsules
Thats All
B B HOOKS
Pharmacy
4
Fountain Ave and Broadway
Third St and Kentucky Ave
01
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IL J
r l mY fC RTfl
Court of Appeal
Frankfort Kjr March 16Dnlns
etc V8 Globe Hank and Trust com
pany and First National banlcvs
Balms etc McCra ken petition for
rehearing overruled
Palmer Transfer company vs
Smith McCrackcn agreement tiled
and Immediate usual of mandate or
dered
In Police Court
Breach of ordinance Mathew Ran
dloo colored f 30 end no costs Jesse
halls colored dismissed Breach of
peace Wash Bussell colored dis
mildIA Harrison colored dis
missed Pauline Simmons AlatUo
Jackson Nell Pimly Clara Bradshaw
L Bradshaw and Kate Nance Sii and
110 costs upon motion of prosecuting
attorneys Annie Nelson continued
Harry Davis continued J Kinder
15 and no costs Grand larceny
Nora White continued until March
IS Violating Sabbath C A Tor
ronce 2 and no costs Malicious
shooting without wounding Prank
Graham continued until March 21
Interfering with officer In discharge
of his duty Charles Bacon colored
continued until March 17
IKoli Filed
J A Konetzka and G A Bryan
to the Eye See Jewelry company a
stock of good located at 4 OS Broad
way
YOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT
Kvery dose makn you feel better Lax
Foe keeps your whole Insides right
Sold on the MoneyBack plan every
whet Price 61c
SECT BALLINGER
Continued From Page Ono
with no regard for the future or the I
general welfare and when this be
comes necessary it Is a national duty
to mae such reservations out of the I
public domain
But wo must not forget that w 0 f
are not through with the policy of
development of building up new com
munltles and settlement even In far
off Alaska Wo have not reached l
that period where we can say the re
mainder of ourpublle lands shall bo
auctioned off to the highest bidder
to Iricreas6 the revenues of the na
tional treasury
Congress Is l now struggling with
the problems relating to water pow
er and other measurer designed to
retain in the government tho power
of control and supervision
DBcuiwlBg Yukpn matters b9
continued The known coal areas I
In public ownership where not ap
praised at their marketValue aro I
withdrawn from entry awaiting clan
Ideation and appralscriient and all I I
the unentered br unlocated coat lands I
In Alaska are standing under an abr
solute withdrawal act ot 1900 and i
not a patent has ever been issued to
an aero of coal l land In Alaska In 1 L
fact nearly all the coal lands that
have been patented have been ob
soluto withdrawal act of 1906 And I
not a patent has ever been Issued to IL II I
an acre of coal land ID Alaska 1 ton L
fact nearly all the coal lands that
have been patented have been ob
tamed not as coal lands but under I
the guise ot some other form of en
try as agricultural timber or stone
etc No man or set of men can com I
ply with the present laws and finance
a mine on tho public domain on C40 I
acres of land except under extremely
0d
ly favorable conditions The absurd
ity of the law has In Itself Invited
fraud and Indirect methods of evad
ing Its provisions
It Id likewise Impractical to se
cure oil or gas lands or phot4iata
lands under tlio general mineral
laws and In all these cases there Is 1
no power of control or ability In > th
department to pro vent monopoly in
tho calq of the deposits when title
It f onco secured thereto Awaiting
remedial legislation from congress
all known areas of public lands con
taming these deposits arp under tem
orary I withdrawals from private en
try and it Is hoped that congress
will furnish the Interior department
with tho necessary machinery to
safely and properly guard tho public
Interest In their ultimate disposi
Lion
Plnrliot Not I rrcnt
Word has been received bY Gov
ernor Ebergardt that Clifford I Plnchof
will bo unable to attend Archbishop
Ireland called tho convention to ord r
at 10 oclock in tho morning and de
Jlyorcd an address of welcome
IF ITS ONIT A HEADACHE
Why Cornelison tieaancha Liver Pill s
will sure thnt 10 cents Guaranteed
by all druggists
druggistsROOF
ROOF
SPECIALISTS
We patch and paint old roofs
and put on new ones on short
notice No roof troubles we
I
cant remedy Only exclusive I
I
business of the kind In city
M B Paint and
Roofing Mfg Co
Old Phone J318A
ALMOST A COMPLETE NBRYODS WRECK I
A WOMAX TO SHOW IlKIt GltATlWULNKHS IS sow DOING A NOHIU
WOIIK IfOU QUAKKIt
I
The world hI l conrjoseltof people
of all classes and characters and
dispositions Some people l when they
are shown a favor are utterly thank
less while others are remarkably
grateful Nobody can study such
characters better than Fisher the
Quaker Health Teacher who has
been at McPhereons drug etoro at
425 Broadway While tho wonderful
Quaker Extract and 011 of Balm are
creating more cures every day only I
a slight percentage of such benefited
people call to thank for recommend
lag the remedies Still hardly n day
passes on which some really thankful
person does not call and report re
markable result from Quaker
Yesterday Mrs Brandon called
Even Fisher was surprised to notice
tho great change for tho better In I
her condition About two week ago II
called her
silo had accompanied by
husband At that time she was al
SllckN to Projjrnm
Wubhfeigton March IGTho prince
regent of China according to official
advhcs from Pukiitgr has issued an
edict reiterating In the strongest
terms his former declaration that
constitutional government and parlia
ment eball Ito opcnodln China at the
end of the nine year period ot prepa
mUon fixed by tho lato Emprwa
Dowager The edict U In nnsw c to
n memorial presented to tlip throne I
br cyvtaln delegates from the provln
n
r The True
St
Patrick
Qreemi
moat a complete formula physical
wreck Sho could hardly walk and
could neither cat drink or deep
and as n consequenco her condition
wa really pitiable Although dis
couraged and dlshearlonodv she
promised to take Quaker Extract reg
ularly as directed and she did What
was tho result Yesterday Mrs
Brandon called again and was pro
fuse In nor Uinnka to Fisher Shb Mat
In every way Improved So encour
aged was she that she was recom
mending the Quaker remedies to all
her neighbors friends or acquaint
aired That Is gratitude
She will cheerfully tell all who ask
her what Quaker hiss done for her
It you Buffer with rheumatism
catarrh or stomach troubles call
and obtain tho Quaker remedies
Thoso remedies can also bo obtained
at Broadway McPhorsons drug store 423
Broadwayclad
clad assemblies nuking for tho open
Ins of an Imperial parliament before
ISIS tho time fixed in the original
program
Notice
I hereby notify tho merchant of
Pnducnh that I will not bo iroponsl
blo for debts nuulc by my wlfo
CARLTON COIKNCIU
Two hrndn aro better than Co
In A drum of a barrel
1
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jn tho veatlbulv DUO 011T bo rllPltl < ruegrccM of
ar twill <
will see a few examples of tho Ould Sod and tho
J
mafarJal IK parUcutarly
fourIuhonldnmlloJrJ1
tho aU > ktlk fourlttband
rich for popular prlctd
and batswlng 1 bows I wtlch
woods JJuttcr romp today
iwn have for the loyal sons lor the demand If I alwajr
Lof Erin 1 brl1ef I
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is
tdl we1t1f8AAhgY
c3TAIJ3HLO l 6a
Incorporated
r AT THE KENTUCKY
SPECIAL
TONIGHT I
ONLY
730 TO 10 OCLOCK
Two thousand feet of tho greatest ranch life moving picture Dim In
the world Taken on Miller Bros 101 Ranch Bliss Oklahoma
and showing WM PICKETS tho only man In tho world who
TIIDOWS A WILD STEER WITH HIS TKUTII Also two other
reels of pictures inuklng tho show ono hour long Kpcclul KliiKK
PII P
II SEEIivo
Five thousand head of cattle In one herd
The largest herd of Buffalo in herdI I
Cowboys Cowgirls Mexicans etc etc
WATCH FOR THE COWBOY ON THE STREET
DISPLAYING ROPE THROWING AND RIDING
lOc Admission to AU lOc
I
fThe f Weather 1
Purity I I cloudy tonight Wnnwr III
lILt rued Miulli porlloiiM Tliurtdjiy
IIIIKOltllll I
IIIIKOltllllTvniMHiiiiru
TvniMHiiiiru today Ugliest I II Wj
lelleat H
Ilolnt
1
I
Grasp the J
TrendI I
of JoI ashtauhr our piwiur wiU i t
and tako n few minutes lure
and look thorn over Interest
ins and worth your white to
get potted Ploawd to show
you never urge you to buy
RJdA
M LrIDicat t ri
1 tJf
IJ J 11
In llnnkniplry
In the dlttrlrt wiirt of 1h < > ttrllwl
State for UIP wratern dWrlct or
Kentucky In bankruptcy
In the matter of JOY W iMnMoa
a bankrupt
OIL thin IStli dl of Mnrrti A II
19IK r i coinrtdrrlnc the petition tt
the afor atd bankrupt for tltohair
Illis on he Ijth day of Mnrrh A D I
1910 It Is ordered by tb4 < court lust
a hearing tx 1 htid upon the tame tt
I the 2Cpt day of Mart A DIll Intlf f I 4
buloC said fotrrt at tiaWnW mW W 4
Ultrtrkt at W olook In tfco foro
nogn or as near iherlosS i peittUt
wble and Hint notice ttwreflf be
publlfhcd cne ilnio In the Psdorali
a l p a newspaper I i prlrid In laid din
Ir A aiiit hot nil loiomn ct d4tor L
nut Mhdr persons In hitcrcet < n y nps
prtiV i at alit lime Mid plans anclakywr
fade If any they Nays why III
prstywr 0f tho raid ixiUUoBor shos iid
not fiir i nranior 1 4 h
I Wltntsthollonoralrlo 11MNsr Jtu
amr Jude of the MM court ark Hip
seal thereof atladucnh htk JtuJ J
trfct on tiro idlhvday fiMarwii i
A D W10
J UPURVBAIR OlArlf i
J
Atlcnllon Mrinhrri of Ilin > > IIIMICIXII
tin nml atHnll Mcirlianl
AM > cliitlon 111111111f f
There will be a vt rjv Inrpertncit
Joint meeting of than BuxxUntfon nt
tho Palmer House Thursday MM ntt t
of you are urged to bo prtveat
IANt 1lbunond lironirI I
Brooch of fl m dbitnnmU nml dxHit ar s
45 pubis was lost bot Wet 1 Sorowlli
and Clark and Inn pnalom Klndrr
plenno rotfirrr to Mrs Joe A MtVur
4 Iff South Sixth street and receIve
Irlral reward 0 I
L
Free Demonstration
Saturday Afternoon
and Night
DE WITT MEDICINE CO
REMEDIES
The demonstration tit UWIIOf I
famous remcdlPtf wlH lie wry
Interesting Indeed K01XU
Bladder and Kidney Pllte
lltlo Enrlv RI t > ni and Witch
Haze Salvo will bo dumun
stratcd and thorp will be j k
HUSK fitAlliII1
McPHERSONSPalmer
Palmer House Drug Store
LET US SHOW YOU
The Easy Running ff
f v
Gendron
GendronBicycle
Bicycle
Huns quietly with little effort
Is easy to keep In order
strong durable it Is tho BKST
Bicycle value today
Rinkliff Bicycle Co r
J UOIUH K td St
M7T US ItKPAIIl Youth OLD
1lIlhlsb J
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