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FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
$375 BUYS
$5OO CORNER LOT
60x150 feet to an alley, located on corner of Becker and Plum Streets, within
two blocks of South Presa Street car line, in restricted district. This is the
cheapest lot in this part of town; adjoining lots selling from $5OO to $6OO each.
Only one lot at this price, $375; terms, $175 cash, balance on terms to suit.
Postoffice Box 43.
$250 BUYS 2 LOTS
IN LAUREL HEIGHTS DISTRICT
Hi •
Two large lots 50x140, located between San Pedro and McCul
lough Avenues, a few blocks north' of Summit Place car line. Here
is a chance for a small investment that is worth while. These lots
lay in the direct path of the best growth of the city. There are no
lots on the market anywhere in this vicinity that can be bought at
our price of $125 each, or $250 for the two, nor can you buy any
land in this vicinity that can possibly be sold at this figure. Re
member these lots are only a few blocks from Summit Place and
Laurel Heights, where lots sell for $lOOO to $3500 each. Only two
lots to be had at this price, $250 cash takes both. They will be
worth $5OO each before the year is out.
” EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY
120 Mackay Building.
$350 CASH
BUYS NEW SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
With hall and bath, large galleries, good barn and outbuildings.
This is a modern up-to-date home, with all the latest improvements,
being one of the most attractive homes in the south part of the city,
located only a short distance of South Presa Street car line. The
owner will’sell this home for less than cost to build. Don’t com
pare this with other seven-room houses, as there is nothing else like
it in the city for the price—s39so; $350 cash, balance on easy pay
ments. j
EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY
120 Mackay Building.
Now is the logical time to buy on
BEACON HILL
Prices will soar from this lime forward
NICHOLSON, FURNISH & SMITH
OWNERS AND PROMOTERS
229 East Houston Street. Phones 2396
: SAN ANTONIO’S •
: LEADING HOTELS ;
...THE. ..
St. Anthony
ABSOLUTELY F R PROOF
SAN ANTONIO'S NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTEL
MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL
Na Batter or Moro Complete Hotel
of IU Size (210 rooms) In America

Liberally Conducted on the
flan

•peel. l Attention Raid Sa
Commercial Men.
P. M. SWEARINGEN A SON,
Managing Dlrectore.
THE MEMBER
This well known Hotel remains as
ever In the past
SAN ANTONIO'S
MOST COMPLETE,
COMFORTABLE AND
CONVENIENT HOTEL.
WM. C. BRUCE, Mgr.
Dinner served every evening In the
open air Mexican Court.
HOTEL FLANDERS.]
133-137 Wes’ 47th St.,
N. Y. CITY,
’OO feet east of Broadway
A modern fireproof hotel, in
the heart of the theater, club
and hotel district; convenient to
all car lines. An exceptional or
chestra. Very moderate rates.
Booklet on request.
T. M. Carrol. Mgr.
H. R. Shares, Prop.
L
MARTINIQUE
BROADWAY AMD 33D BT&KET.
hzbald aquABK. w. T. city.
TUR MOST CRMTBAL LOCATION
TN NEW TOR*
THE HIGHEST <XABB OF
ACCOMMODATIONS
at moderate Ai
. • 'L.. Suitrt by tb«
V ' Month «r Tear
•« attrartlve prleaa.
M ARTTSrDUF. BEIL
TUR 4 NTS ENJOY AN IN-
TEBNATIONAL REPUTATION.
WILLIAM TATLOB A SON (INC.)
Alea praprte<ara «f tW 8L Pah Bet eiL
FRIDAY,
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
CITY ADVERTISING
AN ORDINANCE
| Describing kind of building allowed I
i within the first or outer fire limits.
BE IT QRDAINED BY THE CITY
COUNCIL OP THE CITY OF SAN
ANTONIO:
SECTION T.—That within the dis
triet known as the first or outer fire
limits, frame buildings may be erected,
; provided that the roofs of same be
covered with incombustible material.
I Iron clad buildings with roofs of in
j combustible material not more than
one-story in height may be erected;
j within said limits; no such building )
I shall be nearer than ten (10) feet to '
’ any residence building, or be lined J
: inside with lumber. Similar buildings i
of what is known as upright boxing,
shall not be permitted within the outer!
fire limits, except for stables or sheds
! of not over one story in height and of
not more than five hundred (500)
square feet in area and not placed
nearer thqr> ten (10) feet to any other
building and. five (5) feet from prop
erty line.
who shall erect or cause 1
to be erected any building in viola
tion of the provisions hereof shall be
deemed guilty of an offense, and upon
conviction shall be fined in any sum
not less than twenty-five ($25.00) dol
lars nor more than two hundred
$200.00) dollars, and each and every
day he continues to erect such build-,
in" or allows the same to remain con
trarv to anv of the provision of this)
ordinance shall constitute a separate.
offense.
SECTION IT. —All ordinances or
parts of ordinances in conflict here
with are herebv repealed.
PASSED AND APPROVED this 16th
day of August, A. D. 1909.
WM. L. RICHTER,
Acting Mayor.
Attest:
FRED FRIES.
City Clerk.

POUND NOTICE.
Taken up, and in City Pound, on
corner Trinity and Ruiz streets, on or:
about the 12th day of August. 1909:
’ One dark gray jack, is castrated. I
Also one black heifer branded Y on
left hip, little crumbly horns, is about
1 2 1-2 years old. which will, if not re- ;
deemed before sale, be sold at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at said pound, at the hour of 11 o’clock
a. m., on the 24th day of August, 1909.
CHAS VAN RIPER. Marshal.
Attest: FRED FRIES, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
Mayor’s Office. .Tune 5. 1909
In accordance with the ordinances
of the eity of San Antonio, notice is
I hereby given to every person, firm, part
’ nership or corporation owning or con
| trolling propertv within the limits of
' the city of San Antonio. Texas, on the |
I first day of June. 1909. liable to taxa- i
I tion, that be books of *he City Assess- ,
। or are now open for rendition of prop
erty for taxation, and all said pari ies !
are requested to render their property I
I for taxation by said city on or before I
the first day of September, 1909.
BRYAN CALLAGHAN,
J Attest: Mayor. |
FRED FRIES, City Clerk.
oAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
RESULTS IN
BIG LEAGUES
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Philadelphia, 2; Cleveland, 1.
Detroit, 1; Chicago, 0.
New York, 7-2; Boston, 6-1.
Standing of the Clubs.
Ply’d. Won. Lost. P.C.
Philadelphia .. ..110 68 42 .618
Detroit 109 66 43 .606
Boston 113 67 46 .593
Cleveland 112 57 55 .509
Chicago 108 52” 56 .481
New York 108 51 57 .472
St. Louis 107 45 62 .420
Washington 109 32 77 .294
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburg, 8; St. Lonis, 3.
New York, 6-0; Philadelphia, 4-1.
Boston, 5-1; Brooklyn, 1-0.
Standing of the Clubs.
Piyd. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 106 77 29 .726
Chicago 105 71 34 .676
New York 103 64 39 .622
Cincinnati 105 "53 52 .505
Philadelphia .. ..106 47 59 .443
St. Louis 104 43 61 .413
Brooklyn 104 37 67 .356
Boston 107 28 79 .262
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Atlanta, 6; Montgomery, 5.
Birmingham, 5; Nashville, 2.
Memphis, 9; Little Roek 0 (forfeit
ed).
Standing of the Clubs.
Ply’d. Won. Lost. P. C.
Atlanta .. . 108 68 40 .630
Nashville 106 61 45 .575
New Orleans ....110 59 51 .536
Mobile 108 56 62 .519
Montgomery .. ..110 55 55 .500
Little Rock 107 50 57 .467
Birmingham .. ..110 47 63 .428
Memphis 11l 39 72 .351
BOYS BEAT ROMANCE.
Finish Round the World Trip on Matt
retania in Forty one Days.
Associated Press.
New York. Aug. 20. —The Cunard li
ner Mauretania anchored off Quaran
tine Island last night after a run over
the short course, which now gives her
all records for eastward and westward
trips. She did the 2783 knots in four
days, 14 hours and 38 minutes, as
against the best performance of her
sister shin, the I usitania, over the same
course of four days and 15 hours flat.
Her record over the long course,
which is 110 miles longer, is four days,
15 hours and 55 minutes
Two New York school boys, Walter
Brown and John Mnnnich. who have
been sent around the world for a rcc
ord by a New York newspaper, were
taken off the Mauretania on a speeia!
tug and brought to the shore. They
have completed their trip around the
elobe in 41 days and. 8 hours, a new rec
cord, and almost half the period made
a catch word bv Toles Verne's romance
‘•Around the World in Eighty Days.”
The previous record of 60 days, 13
hours was made in 1901 by Charles C.
bitzmorris. a Chic«"o school boy in a
similar trip for a Chicago newspaper.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
J. 8 Parker and Della Reeves.
William Heillgmann and Mrs. Alice
Rrokhoff. . .
Charles J. Oorthond and Dor!" E Hill
Charles Revnn and Josefnn Gr->cia.
Joseph G Barrell ard ATarlha Jeannln.
John Price ard Manuela Guet
Antonio Montalbo and Josefa Navarro.
Contentment wi'l ho vonre it vnn in
vest in WEST GARDFND4T.E IRRI
GATED SUBURBAN FARMS, beauti
fully located on Castroville boulevard,
near Lady of Lake Academy. Buy
now before prices are advanced. Dahl
gren, Benson & Welch, owners, Grand
Opera House bldg.
Drs. Hughes and Guinn, private eye,
ear, nose and throat infirmary, 403 St.
Mary St. Old phone 1690.
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♦ ♦
♦ RAILROAD TIME TABLE ♦
♦ ♦
I. * G. N. Arrive.
Ne. S—From the North 6:45 p. m.
Nd. s—Vrom the North <1:45 a. m.
No 7—Loral from H«m» 10:10 a. m.
No. 9—T,oca! from Palestine. .10:40 p. m.
No. 4—From Mexico 1:20 p.m.
No. 12—Local from Laredo (mad) 8 -00 a m.
Depart
No. 4—For the North 1:25 p. m
No. 6—For the North 7.45 p.m.
No B—Txical for Palestine:... 7:30 a.m.
No. 10—'Express Snec'l fr Hearn 4:00 a.m.
No. s—For Mexico 7 :OOa. m
No. 11 —Locel for Laredo ‘mixed) 9:OOp m
S. A. A A. P. Arrive.
No. I—From Hon Mon and Coaat. 7:20 p.m
No. B—From Houston and Coati. 7:00 a m
Ko. s—From Coast Towne 1:85 p.m
No. 46—From Kerrville (ex Son.) 9:40 a m
No. 44—From Kerrville (Son only) s : 00p m
No. 44 —From Kerrville (oa. Sun.) 6:40 p.m.
Depart.
No. 2—For Honeton and Coaat.. 8:45 a. m
No 4—For Howaton and Coaat.. 9:10 p m
No. 6—For Coaat Towne 2:15 p’m'
No 45—For Kerrville ea. Sun.). 4 :30 p. m
No 43 —For Kerrville (Sun. only) 8:8Oa m
No' 43—For Kerrville (ex. Sun ). 7:25am.’
Q„ H. ft 8. A. (Hair tine).
Arrive.
Na 9—From the Feet 7:85 an..
No. 7—Frow the Kent ......... 6:90 p. m
No. 10—From El Paeo and West.. 7:80 p. a.
Depart
No. 9 —For El Peer end Went... 8:00 a u>
No. 10 —For the Beat 10:80 am.
No. B—For the East 11:00 a.m.
Q., K. ft 8. A. (Victoria Division).
Arrive.
No. 802 —Cuero, Victoria ete 7:80 p.m.
Depart
No. 301—Cuero. Victoria etd. ..8:00 am
M., X. ft T. (Union Station).
Arrlvea
No. 235 —From the North 7 :80 a m
No. 248—from the North S:lsp m
No. 241 —From Houston and Gal.. O:8Oa —'
Departs
No. 236—For the North . 0:OOn n
No. 244—For the North 7:80 a m
No. 242—For Houston and Gel.. .10:15 p' m
. BOWLING
The San Antonio Stars will bowl the
Fort Sam Houston Heroes tonight on
.the post alleys. The honors are a great i
deal in favor of the Stars, for on all
previous encounters they have won the
majority of the gamea
There will be great doings on the
Beethoven alleys tonight, when the A.
B. Frank & Co.'s Alamos and L
Frank s Herefords come together. Both
teams have been putting in some very
hard practice the last week or more.
Martin and Alberger say they have a
sure thing on both games, while Gold
enberg and Haueisen say they will have
to show them.
The local bowling enthusiasts would
like to know whether Chas. Trueter
pulled that giant catfish out of the Me
dina or whether he rolled him out. He
is considered one of the best bowlers
on the Turner alleys.
The Alamo Tron Work bowling team
will begin their active practice, start
ing in next Monday night, on the Bee
thoven alleys.
The bowling enthusiasts in the em
ploy of Wolff & Marx Co. have organ
ized a nine pin elub and will .start in
with their first practice tonight on the
Mission Garden alleys. Sutnmerfield $s
the leader of the movement
The Laurel Ladies’ Bowling chib
held a well attended practice yesterday
afternoon on their alleys at Sommer’s
garden.

Now that the Socials have won from
all comers in their class the teams like
the Owls, Bronehos, Hasbeens and such
strong members are looking for/ a
chance to turn the Socials’ winning
streak.
SAN ANTONIO. Tex., Aug. 20.—Tem
perature and nunlaU lur UMt malluna of
th* Galveston district (or tna twenty
four tiours ending at 3 a. in., 75th merid
ian tlmu
' ‘ Italn- Slate ot
Me*. Min. fall Weatnor
•Abilene U 6 78 ,00 Cloudy
buninger .. ,j .. IU4 7S .00 Cloudy
beevrue .. .. .. rvS 78 .00 Clear
bi e).Haiti Ho 78 .00 clear
•moa net ill* •• • 70 -00 Clear
bIoWUWOud .... lei 72 .00 Clear
•Coipus Cm Ist! . *2 78 T Pc Cid
Corsicana lot 78 .00 Clear
Cuero 108 72 .00 Clear
Laila* 108 78 .00 Pu Cid
•Del Rio 108 78 .Oo Clear
Duuiln . ..♦. .. 36 7* .00 Pl. Cid
Fort Worth .. . 100 78 .00 Clear
Galveston ..... 32 80 .00 Clear
M.cvuiule 104 <8 .00 Cloudy
Henrietta 38 76 .00 Clear
ri <>us ion 106 76 .00 Clear
Huntsville 106 76 .00 Clear
Kerrville 104 68 .00 Pt. Cid
laiinpasa* 108 70 .00 Clear
Longview 102 74 .00 Clear
Luling 104 78 .00 Clear
Mexia 108 78 .00 Clear
Nacogdoches .. . 104 78 .00 Clear
Palestine 104 78 .00 Clear
Pails 106 74 .00 Clear
Quanah 102 68 .00 Cloudy
SAN ANTONIO . 105 78 .00 Clear
San Marcos . .. 104 76 .00 Clear
Sherman ...... 98 78 .00 Cloudy
•Taylor 106 78 .00 Clear
Temple 104 78 .00 Clear
Waco 106 80 .00 Clear
Waxahachie .. . 106 78 .00 Clear
Wharton 9j 74 .00 Clear
■Minimum temperature is for the last
13 hours.
T indicates Inappreciable rainfall.
Remarks.
The weather In the belt is fair.
The temperature Is In excess of normal.
Excessive rain:
Charleston, S. C.. 2.22.
ALLEN BUELL.
Local Forecaster
REAL ESTA IE TRANSFERS
•w. Lcovkh to Fever G. Rucker, Au<>
U3L 11, luvs 14 and au, uiwe* 44,
VU> UIUCK JKiO, bvULU UIM4M place,
indwauus Mduy Uo., by n.eainey
bun, tu UHieiiuuiger, Augu»l io, i&Jj,
iutb And 4u. OivCM 12, CHy block 3114,
tuX*M Bi-Huun «12U.
S. B. 4>iaj to anusew F. Glover, Aug
uai iv, lots and 2b, biuca 23, new
uiy block iu-14, souiti Height*; *l.
Q. \v Westervelt to i'eier G. Mucker,
August 18, lot 2, block 3, L»awncUle
udu i cion; ,23eU.
C. H. Dean to Manton G. Dean, August
4, Ises, lot 8, city block 30oi, arcCumus
avenue, Koberls addition; taUO.
J. K and Lyde S. aarialt ot Lee coun
ty, Arkansas, to Mra Keese Vvilson »(
bexar cuunly. August 4, 1303, lots 41 and
42, block 30. new city block 1823, Bea
con Hill; »"00
Chiton George of Bexar county to J.
T. Atkinson ot Goliad county. December
3, 1308, lots 30 and 31, block 73, Key
eiune Park; 3250
Clifton George Co., by Clifton George,
ot Bexar county, to J. H. Pittman ot
Goliad county, August 6, 1303, lots 13 and
14, block 71. Keystone Park; *225.
Maltha Duran to Ed Toepperweln.
August 17. 1303, north part of lot 2. oloca
11, city block (south one-half) 579. dis
trict 2. on south side ot Ellis alley; $7OO.
Everett G. Graves. Lola and Henry
Asbv McCulloch, by Cleste G. Stribbling
and’M' bane M Graves. Ariana and J. E
Dennison of the City of Mexico, Beatrice
and Ella Graves of Harris county, by Me
bane M. Graves. W. F. Creary, Cleste
G. and Ben A. Stribbling. to Jesse D
Oppenheimer. July 17, 1909, one-half in
terest in lots 5,6, 13 and 14 -,block 8,
new city block 1891. on San Pedro and
French place; $1250.
W J Illg to William Shaw, August 19.
1909 ’ lot 7. block 1. original city lot IM.
new' city block 2426. on Lake View ave-
s2oo.
Mrs. Aurelia Mayer to C. M. McAmls.
August 19. 1909. east part of lot 6. block
20 citv block 856. on Atlanta avenue and
Qi'iircv street; $309.
William M Rice Institute for the Ad
vancement of Literature. Science and .
Art. bv James A. Baker Jr of Harris ।
countv to Gus Zalmanzlg of Bexar c"un- |
tv March 19 1909, new eity blocks J»2O. I
2434 and 2435 of out lot 176; $5500..
■Ma and I P Walker of Vai Verde On I
to Jame* G Roles of Bexar county. Jvly |
SI 1909 lot 31. block 2. original city lot ,
new city block U7 n «• district
1. on Monumental street, so.
If your liver is sluggish anti out of |
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, eon-!
stipated. take a dose of Chamberlain s |
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and mu wdl fee] all right :
in the morning- b . v all droits. ;
$lO.OO monthly will secure you one
Of OPT WEST GARDENDALE IRRI
OT OUi ” Eis-* 1 -n a mra j I
GATED SUBURBAN and
your family will be |
is a sure road to wealthy D “ h ’£* n 'j
Benson $- Welch, owners. Grand Opera
House
The Weathers onlq up here
SlLOUtsy Vjy
Id
I’
I Through Sleeper
■ft Io ST. LOUIS
Observation Dining Cars
For Low Fares to Cool Resorts
Sou H. W. PIN lICK, T. P. A., San rnioab
FIGHT TERMINATES FEUD.
Two Convicts Battle Desperately in a'
Prison Cell,
Associated Press.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 20. —Battling I
desperately, one to kill and the other i
to save his life, two convicts of the
Western penitentiary in a cell <>n Mon
day afternoon furnished a thrilling af
termath of the daring attempt at jaii
delivery discovered at the big prison
last Thursday afternoon. As the result
of the fight, the termination of a long
standing feud, Henry Clark is in the
prison hospital with several stab
wounds in the stomach and his assail
ant, Dominick Ricco, is in solitary con
finement, as are the two five-year term
prisoners accused of digging the re
cently discovered tunnel. The wounded
man will probably recover.
The battle occurred in the victim’s
cell, in the south block of the prison.
Both men are said to have borne ha
tred for each other for years. Ricco
noticing that the doors of both his cell
and that of his enemy were open and
no guard in sight, stole quietly to the
neighboring cel] with a table knife in
his hand. Clark was prepared for the
attack. The men struggled for 10 min
utes before the guards separated them.
CHURCH ACCEPTS THE
RESIGNATION OF BURDETTE

Los Angeles, Aug. 20.—The trustees)
of the Temple Baptist ehureh have ac
cepted the resignation of Rev. Robert
J. Burdette, the preacher, humorist and
journalist. When the question of his
resignation catne up there was strong
opposition to it. many of the trustees
preferring to give their pastor an un
limited vacation in the hone that his
health would recover sufficiently to
permit him to return to the pulpit. But
a letter from the pastor pnt an end to
the discussion. It is known among his
friends that Dr.. Burdette will never
recover from his present illness. He
probablv will live for many years but
his health is permanently broken. He
is resting at his summer home at the
beach and has to wear a heavy -plas
ter cast to support his back, which was
injured last winter in a fall.
BIRKHEAD ft BOOTH
Attorneys at law. Suites 306-7 Frost
building. Both phones.
Dr. W. Robbie. Bldg.
Specialist, Diseases of Men.
11l farms
$6O and $7O Seattle
$6O California, Stops allowed
at all points
$38.40 Denver
$44.10 Chicago
$36.00 S'. Louis
Electric Lighted Sleeper and
Liner to Si. Louis
Write me for others.
H. Y. WILLIAMS. P. A.
103 W. Commerce St.
j DALLAS ANO RE) URN ■ $11.45
On Sale August 22nd
& QUICK ScIRViCE
GWaco, Ft. Worth,Dallas, Kansas City
CHAIR CARS, SLEEPERS
__ DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
LINDAS’ PARK SUNDAY
TEXAS HAST DRY FARM CENGRESS
ALPINE, TEXAS—SII.9O Round Trip. On sale August 29 and
Sept. 30. Limit September 12th.
g* $79 00 —NEW YORK AND RETURN. Diverse route
Xlf S6O.OO—SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN. Diverse route.
cz THROUGH SLEEPER CHICAGO DAILY 11 A. M.
5* Office 507 East Houston Street. (Moore Building.)
W. C. T. U. MAY TAKE
HAND IN THE FiCHT
Ai.oeUUd Pren.
Wichita, Kas., Aug. 20.—Following
the refusal of the city’s commission to
prohibit the sale of imitation beer,
commonly known as near-beer, the
county Women’s Christian Temperance
Union, now in convention here, held an
indignation meeting last night. The
••recall” of three of the commissioners
under the ''recall” election system
was proposed.
Mayor Davidson, who was elected
with the understanding that the near
beer resorts would be closed, seems
powerless to stop prohibition violations
and it has been found that one resort
which had been closed for six months,
sold 200 eases of genuine beer within
six hours.
Theo Artzt Orchestra. Both Phones.
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SPECIAL TRAIN
Round dv | Rou " d
Tile 9■■ vU Trip
TO
CORPUS CHRISTI
ROCKPORT
OR
ARANSAS PASS
d Snlarday, August 21 s
. I Leaves 11:30 p. m., returns
i 6 a. m. Monday
SLEEPc-RS
tEKTH RITE LOO
M CLAUDE SPRINGALL C. T. A.
Phones 571.
I AniE'C D*.
LMUICOi COMPOUND.*
AUGUST 20. 1909.
|oil
| Burners
g are used on our
® line from Paris
11 to St. Louis.
|l No cinders.
|| Through Sleeper
P from San Antonio
I
H. W FINNICK. T. P. A.
•Sa San Antonio.
BUY A FARM—
A few dollars invested every month
will help you owa one of our WEST
GARDENDALE IKRIGATED SUBUR
BAN FARMS, where you can have a
horse, a cow, poultry yard, vegetable
garden and an abundance of shrubbery
and flowers, all of which lead to pros
perity and independence. Dahlgren,
Benson & Welch, owners. Grand Opera
House bldg.
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