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C" a of vssJi ston=iti d Stcia. -
aumpti tions chill compose the twenty-seventh Ii
: The Psrishe, of Sto Jobt\ the Baptist, St. bh
:harle s aid Jefferson shall compose the ac
t:.twenty-eighth district. b
The Parishes of St, Bernard and Plaque- ti
:mines shall; compose .the twenty-ninth dis
The Parishes. of Caldwell and La Salle n
- shall compose the thirtieth district. b
The Judaeas of the several districts as co
herein provided for, shall each receive the b;
salary of Three Thousand Dollars, payable p
monthly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- i
eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may
Ln their. liseretion, redistrict the judicial dis- p
tricts provided for in this Article. s
Provided that in no case shall the Dis- al
trict -Judge receive a salary of more than ti
Three I'hunrand Dollars. ti
Provided further that this Act shall take fi
effect from and after January 1, 1912. d
P. M. LAMBREMONT, s]
Lienterant Governor and President of the n
H. G. DUPRE, A
Speaker of the House of Representatives. y
Approved: July 7, 1910. tl
J. Y. SANDERS, v
Governor of the State of Louisiana. I
A- true copy:
JOHN T. MICHFL.
S*ecretary of State.
ACT No. 2
Senate Bill No. 1. d
JOINT RESOLUTION. a
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution
of the State of Louisiana, authorizing the
World's Panama Exposition Company to s
issue bonds and 'pledge the tax which is
proposed bh joint resolution embodied in
Act No. Iwe (2) of the Acts of the
General Aisembly of 1910, as well as a
further tax in the City of New Orleans, to
be levied and collected only aster the tax O
levied under the above resolution has
Section. 1. BI it resolved by the General
Assembly of the State of Louisiana in extra
ordinary session convened, two-thirds of all
the members elected to each house concurring
therein, that an amendment to the Congti
tution of the State of Louisiana be submitted
to the qualified electors of the State for their
approval or rejection, as required by Article
821 of the Constitution of the State of Louis
iana, at the congressional election to he held
on the Tuesday next following the first Mon
day of November, 1910, as follbws:
In order that the tax authorized to be
levied by the Constitutional amendment .pro
posed by Act No. Two (2) of the Acts of
the regular session of the General Assembly
of the State of Louisiana for the year 1910,
may, whlrl ratified by the qualified electors
bf the State be made immediately available
for the purpose of constructing an expaci
tion to commemorate the opening of the
Panama tanal, the World's Panama Ex
position Company be and it is hereby auth
orized, when and not until the Congress of g
the United States shall desi-r.ate the City
of New Orleans as the location for'an ex
osition commemorating the opening of the
Panama Canal to issue bonds not to exceed
in principal Six Million Five Hundred Thou
sand ($6,500,000) Dollars, to bear a rate of
interest not exceeding four per centum (4 per
cent) per annum to be paid semi-annually,
to be sold for not less than par and to be t
due and payable in not- longer than fifty
(50) years, payable at the Treasury of the
State of Louisiana; and in order to secure r
the payment of aid bonds, the tax proposed
by the joint resolution embodied in Act No.
Tao (2) of the Acts of the regular session. t
of the General Assembly of Louisiana for
the year 1910, as well as a further tax here
Inafter levied exclusively in the City of New L
Orleans, be and the same are hereby pledeed
for the payment of said bonds in principal
and interest, the said pledge of- said tax I
shall be deemed a valid and binding pledge
The bonds herein authorized to be issued
by the World's Panama Exposition Company
shall be registered with the Auditor of the
State of Louisiana, and there shall be written i
Sor printed the following across the face of
"This bond in principal and interest is
secured by the levy of a special tax auth
orised by amendments to the Constitution of
the State ef Louisiana adopted in 1910,"
which shall have affixed thereto the signature
of the Auditor in his official capacity and
bear the impress of the seal of his office.
The Auditor of the State shall deliver such
b6ads when thug certified to- the Wgld's
- Panama Exposition Company, which company
Is authorized to sell the same for not less
than par as above provided, and the pur
chaser thereof shall be required to pay the
prise directly to the Treasurer of the State
of Louisiana, which funds when paid into
the Treasury of the State shall only be paid
out for the purpose of securing. a site and
for the obnstruction, equipment and main
;tenance of' the exposition and shall be dis
bursed upon the warrant of the World's
Pasama Expoition Company, approved by
the.-Governor, Treasurer and Auditor of the
State of Louisiana, or any two of them.
-All expenses, commission or brokerage in
eident to the sale of said bonds shall be
paid by the. World's Panama Exposition
Company out of .other funda belonging to
aaid eompany, and no part of the 81x Million
Ieve-Hnndred Thousand ($6,500,000) Dollars
: -shall be used for such purpose, but the full
fa. ':b of such bonds must be received and
pal:lntothe Treasury of the State of Louis
S-ant a¢ aboverprovided.
If the amendment to the Constitution sub
- mitted bY Act No. Two (2) of the Acts of
:.. the' 4cular sssion of the General Assembly
" of ;a uisiana for the year 1910 be ratified
b .--b.the pople, then the entire amount of said
.-tax coll·ected after the issuing of bonde.herein
p . ioridad for, shall be used exclusively- for the
purp- g sitof peying the interest and principal
.:of aid bonds and for no other jiurpose.
" When the tax thu.. authorized shall have
..ben lapsed-..by the. terms of said proposed
-:amoadmeaiit"then each.year thereafter as long.
- ."as any of the bonds herein authorized to be
-.Issied are outstanding, there shall be assessed
S-- aId collected a tarx,. which is hereby levied,.
• exeouvively in the City -of New Orleans upon
-"all .property subject. to" State taxation, suffi
: - cilhtV to .pay: the: interest, upon said bonds
Sand afracetion of the principal or a fraction
:::of .the. prncipal collected for the creation
" of a sinking ,fund.with. which- to eventually
retire said honds; provided that. no tax ex
.(.ceeding one and one-half (1%) mills shall
Sbe :aeseed anit :cbllected- during any one
:::::years; and provided further, that if said tax
: 'of one and one-half (1.'k) mi)ls should be
i::nsUflicient to .pa-y the :intereat and the--prin
ci -apal .of said bonds. at the maturity thereof,
: t::.hen this tax halt-.continue. and be assessed
:.- :an8id collected unmtil the entire amount due
o~tsaid .bonds in. principal and interest is
pd - and. after, the time the tax herein
levied becomes operative, it shall be the:duty
.:of the Treasurer immediately after the annual
: listing and valuation of tho property in the
:,City:of Irew .Orleans, to fix the rate of taxa-
.'tion to-bid.imposed upon said- Progperty- for
that .year sufficient to pay the interest
:o:: tha sid bonded :debtp and the fractidn Aof. the
::prlincipsPl: due that' -year. or the fraftion of
t. .he' priicispal to.iconstitute a sinking fund
- -- ior, the retiring .of: said bonds. 'Upon ascer
tainingscsid amouot, he shall direct the. as.
: essor orBoard of Assessors Or such .other
uthority chcaged wilth like duty of 'City
of .New :Oilefians, of.Pasish of -Orleans, to
- -extend u hipoi-the assesstent rolls suci.:- rate?
of ft'axatiop cewill .yield aii amount sufficieiiit
to'-pay Esa tslterest and -ftalctioii: of prin
s al: as:- rafesaidl; pr vided-: that,: said7i tax:
shall not - deed one and one half (1 A) mills
o air o0i eare This tax shiall be asessed
entd o i Sichout .h costs or commissinm
n th taS nih-iher :asi State taxes are ' col
ite anda s beal pai bepba , the .collectors
iretyto 2the Treasurer .:-of --the Statb -of
oisiaa -;who -IJi -h Ireby ub t thorised No dis
urstheliisadie to ithe holder or the bonds
eeia roviedid for,:in paiyment' oa f 6 the lii.
.pincipal due on saidfbonds, upon
n:-ic- onto hiim bf the bonds or the
--aerea Vaona asthelc.ase :may:b. ::.' :.be -
A tnearising l.reshsder which go -itito;
.t.-e Stite T iressy 6ther same :have beeii
- - - eaize f the sale :fi aid bonds or. from
- -etbdotlfl~ebd o tqtio eD:y"' t.n or taxes,.
"-"ee - rk h t ha by the .Treasiurer,
oitd ir-enaie depaositor, in the.
u ijl qaneri at the same -ate of interest
it-po tha e tertoims aniid donditionis as
t shi' ta fuds iand 'all -intbrest: a
e ,uo1l ideposits shall be credIlted
ifuod om o.hiieh the in,
:ta-h-and hllbeued fo:.thi.be , eor
it:esqiie :Pu.r.os' lowhich (the, principal 1of,
said nt.au'- ntpdd .ta
.tr aurhoirizedand the t
pa'-m~ttnf s :adaboind ha titiute s i a
;t tsie -oi minersa and au'
--oa erit a rssti-autbn ..rhed to l ones1t
tai igiiata itb ttbi tbe'bondsr
Triaslarak of -t~si'I Sat#
~z Iis hhl~~t~"ny nterst·'avuig.
-,_ --- ~2
hsill' ntifytlte .,rboaidholderrs thereot b .-an
advertisement, in one of the papors .publthed
·in'. the ` City af tNew O'rleans: and', oie aib
lished in the City of .New York, at least,
sixty days prior to the day on which tlhe
bonds are to be retired, giving the number
and denomination of said bonds; and if said
bonds are not presented for payment 'at such
time, then the interest shall cease thereon.
The dissolution and liquidation of the
World's Panama Exposition Company shall
not in any manner affect the' validity of the
bonds herein authorized to be issued by said
corporation or the collection of the tax levied
by this Constitutional amendment or by that
proposed by Act No. Two of 1910 as afore
This amendment to the Constitution shall
prevail over all other provisions of the Con
stitution of the State of Louisiana, as well
as any proposed amendment to the Constitu
tion to be voted on at the coming election
to be held on Tuesday next following the
first Monday in November, 1910, which may
directly or indirectly conflict herewith, and
shall be deemed supplemental to the amend
ment proposed by Act. No. Two (2) of the
Acts of the regular session of the General
Assembly of the State of Louisiana for the
year 1910, and in case of conflict therewith
the provisions of this amendment shall pre
vail and this amendment shall be in force
and effect only in the event the said proposed
amendment submitted for ratification by Act
No. Two (2) of the Acts of the regular ses
sion of the General Assembly of 1910 is
ratified by the people at the congressional
election to be held on Tuesday next follow
ing the first Monday in Noveomber, 1910, and
is declared to be self-executing and to confer
directly the authority herein granted without
an enabling act of the Legislature.
Section 2. Be it further resolved,. etc.,
That the official ballot to be used at the
said election shall have printed thereon the
"For the proposed amendment to the Con
stitution of the State of Louisiana, author.
i:.ng an issue of bonds by the Wo'tau
PIa:ama Exposition Company and the levyi'li
of a further tax in the City of New Orlean:,
all in further aid of the exposition cele
brating the opening of the Panama Canal,"
::nd the words, "Against the proposed aminnd
mnent to the Constitution of the State of
Louisiana, authlrizing an issue of bonds by
the World's Panama Exposition Compasnv and
the levying of a further tax in the City of
NcS Orleans, all in further aid of the expo.
sition celebrating the opening of the Pai:ma
Canal." and eaci. elector shall indi2ats, a
provided in the general election laws cf the
State whether he votes for or against the
P. M. LAMBREMON .
Lieutenant Governor and President of the
H. G. DUPRE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Approsid: AuguSt 19, 1910.
JT. Y. SANDERS,
Gc'vernor of the State of Louisi.a
A true copy:
JOIIN T. MDJIHEL,
lScr(tary of State.
Something a. Little Bit Out of the
Ordinary-Hint for the Young
This is a very pretentious and yet
easy dish for the young wife to at
tempt. Choose a good roasting. fowl
of about three and a half. to four
pounds. Dismember it and soak after
thorough washing in clear, cold wa
ter, Dredge the pieces slightly with
flour, salt and pepper lightly and
brown delicately in lard or olive oil:
Then put them in a deep saucepan
and cover with the stock, which must
be prepared beforehand by boiling
the neck, giblets and feet of the blrd
in water with an onion and savory
herbs, Set the vessel over a slow fire
and cook covered, adding, when a
quarter done, one large ripe tomato, a
green pepper denuded of seeds and
quite a quantity of paprika. Half a
clove of garlic cooked from the be
ginning with the chicken will add to
the taste. It must be thoroughly
tender. when done, but. not in rags,
and plain boiled rice flanks the dish
admirably. Marmite is the name of
the earthen crock in which 'French
cooks prepare chicken in ,this man
ner, and sometimes the fowl is. put
into it whole after the preliminary
SNothing is niore effectual for
bleaching purposes than borax. Dis
solve some in boiling water and-add
a Iittle of this to the water in which
the clothes are steeped. Borax is sate
to. use and it has no harmful effect
on materials. It is .often used for
Sgiving a gloss to linen The propor-.
tlon employed is one tablespoonful to
a every eight tablespoonfuls of- starch.
Keroin~ie is sometimes useful for the
Swashing of very dirty articles, mlx
Sing orie tablespoonful of kerosene to
i four gallons of boiling water.with one
ounce of washing soda and as quarter
bound shredded soap. Boil the ar
Sticles in this for.an hour and rinse in
e three different hot waters containing
a little soda. Ammonia, if jtdicious
a ly 'used, renders woolens soft and
[ RECIPE FOR PRESSED BEEF
it - _______
SHomeMade Preparatlon Equal to
Anything That Can Be Bought
in the Shops.
-Take three poundsof leai leet and
, cook carefully in boiling water" until
Stender; do not .alow -i to boil after
Sthe first ten minutes jtist allow it to
Ssimmer. When tender remove:' -the
m~niatfirom the water and when quii,
cold chop finejy. Add - one heaping.
teaspoonful of salt, :alf a teaspboon
ful each of allspice; ground cloves,
t:innamon;': quafter teaspoonful grateid
ie utmeg, quarter teasiipoonfulOf" white
- pepper;:good plnch of paprikr; mix
: thoroughly. -
.;Dt:isolve. three hleaping - tablgspoon:
fuls i f: powdered gelatine lin three
t Ciupfuls ithe stiock in which the eliae
iwas cooked, add tone grated oion
,a and uarter teaspoonfuil of ceiery sii
Stfirover the fire for a ::few -in~iite
Sfrain this into the mi at lixture nid
iior into aiplane square moild that ha
ie bn dipped lh 'cold. water; allowi to
ir-laseargmish :i pasleand -loa
aiplc a tijeily. 8 eve l thaily' Bce
t5 blepoitfl f ute, w -o sp
STONE IN !BLADER REMOVED
IN REM KADLE WAY
A year and a half ago I was taken with a
a severe attack of kidney trouble that
pained me to such an extent that mor
phine had to be given me. Was attended
by a doctor who pronounced it as stone 3
in the bladder and prescribed Lithia C
Water. I took Lithia Water and tablets
for some time and received no relief from
them. I stopped taking medicines for some
time and having some Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root in the house, I decided to
:try it and felt much relieved; while taking F
the second bottle commenced to pass
gravel in urine until I had passed in all
at least a half a dozen or more and have t
not suffered the slightest since and in all
have taken one bottle and a half and feel
very grateful to Dr. IKilmer's Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
H. W. SPINKS.
Camp Hill, Ala.
Personally appeared before me this
16th of August, 1909, H. W. Spinks, who
subscribed the above statement and made
oath that same is true in substance and
A. B. LEE,
LrN a Notary Public.
iDr Ellmr &; Co,
Binghamton, R(. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-.
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convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper.
For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty
cents and one-dollar.
Getting a Reputation.
There is a desk in the-senate par
ticularly convenient as a place from
which to make speeches. It is next
to the' aisle and almost in the center
of the chamber, and affords.aan oppor
tunity for the speaker to make every
At least a dozen senators, accord
ing to the Washington. correspondent
of the St. Louis Star, have borrowed
this desk when they had special utter
ances to. deliver to the. senate. This
led, not long- aýo, to a mild protest
from its legitimate occupant.
"I am perfectly willing to give up
my desk," said he, "but I am afraid
people will think that the same man
is talking all the time. I don't want
to get the reputation of constantly
filling .the senate with words."
AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED
SIN A DAY. .
. "In. the middle ofhe night of Mar'ch
80th -I woke up with a burning itch in
my two hands and I felt as if I could
pull them apart. In the morning the
itching had.gdone to "my chest and dur
Sing that. day it .spread all over.my
body. I was red and raw from the top
of my headltothe soles of my feet and
I was in continial ,agony from the
itching. I could neither llei: down nor
sit-"p. -I happened to see about Cuti
cura Remedies, and I thought I would
give them-a trial. I took a good bath
with the Cuticura Soap and used the
Cuticura Ointment. I put it on from.
my head, down to my feet and then
* went to bed. On the first. of April I
Sfelt like a new man. The itching was
almost gone. I continued with the
Cuticura Soapj and Cuticura Ointment
and during .that -day the itching com
pletely leftrme. Frank Gridley, 325
East 43rd Street, New York City, Apr.
27, 1909"' Cuticura.Remedies are sold
:throughout tlie world; Potter Drug &c
' Chem. Corp., Sble Props; Boston, Mass.
A~ A Hot Time.- - .
"That fellow. cooked.his repprts.",
1 'isuppose that is how he happened
I to get' Into ia :stew."
D Inn or Omo CTrr o, TOLro. 1 - -
S.- LucAs Cousnrt, ..b. -- .
p .artner of the frm' oft F. J. C~srZY & Co. d1in0
Sbuslnesln'-th0_tftiy of T'oledo ;-:County and State
.g aorsId,- and that said fnrmwlll pay the: sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
ease of CATA~ thMt cannot be cured: by the use of
, HAL's CATA-la I.Cu. ov.as - -.
: : ··, '.P A ..2.. :':- " ',- AN.j ; CHENEY.I-".
wora to before me and sublicribed in my .preseae
idisr 6th day of December; A.:D., 1886GL .
- A . ". G A. . ..
Sdirectly upond tm: btl . nd miucos surfaces of the.
-. Sold byttli D" g i -ts f ,. - -
DIt"W for eonsapiato .:
. ta.ble .'hote inioi t ~ing ou t the
d thing& that :winot:agree with t-hem.
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was His Defense.
It was shortly after midnight, and
the colonel had caught Rastus red
"Well, Lastus, you' old rascal, you,"
said he, "I've caught you at last. What
are you doing in my henhouse?"
"Why, Marse Bill," said the old man,
"I-I done heerd such a cacklin' in dis
yere coop, dat I-I thought mebbe de
ole hen done gone lay an aig, an' I-I
wanted ter git it fo' you' breakfas'
while it was fresh, suh."-Harper's
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treatments failed. Price $1.00 per large
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It's up to a man to choose between
two evils when he is asked to beat
the carpet or take care of the baby
while his wife does it.
TO DRIVE UT t! R SSTI
Take the Old Standard GROVE'.AS'I'ATI5LEM
HolILL 'IONIC. Yop know what you are taking.
The formula Is plainly printed on every bottle,
showing It is simply Quinine and Iron in a taste
less form. The Qolnino drives out the malaria
and the Iron buillds up the system. Sold by all
dealers for SO years. 1Price 50 cents.
The Next War.
"Was a bomb dropped on the ship?"
"Yes, but it was counterbalanced by
a torpedo which exploded under her
at the same moment."-Judge.
LOOK TO YOUR KIDNEYS.
When Suffering From Backache,
Headaches and Urinary Troubles.
They are probably the true source
of your misery. To keep well, you
must keep your kidneys well. There
is no better kidney remedy than
cure sick kid
neys and cure
says: I was
PrrJa f '·unearly dead
TseIhAS with kidney
trouble. I pass
ed ' quanititles
of - blood 'and
lost 15 pounds
1 in weight in three weeks. My bladder
was so fulligf gravel I could not hold
r the urine. I passed several stones as
large as a pea. I rapidly improved
under the use of Dean's Kidney Pills
and was soon well and strong."
Remember the name-Doan's.
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box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
One of the. Best Rest Cures.
,Is a good story.
-To: many women it is as good. as a
trip away from home.'
When you are tired out and your
nerves are on edge, try going off by
yourself and losing yourself in some
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Sout of ten, come back rested and in
Ope woman who has passed serene
)ly through many years of hard work
and worry that go with the managing
of a house and bringing up of a large,
Sfamily of children, .said that she con
sidered it the duty of every busy
housekeeper to read a certain amount
Sof "trash," light fiction, for the rest
and change to the. mind that it would
Try it, you who lead a strenuous
Slife, and who sometimes grow exceed
e ingly weary of the same.
"~ k His Luck.
"J, know' a man who is always up
S"The paper hanger when he has to
lix a new wall."
o .TRY MURINE" EYE REMEDY
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SMurine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,
. The Exception.
"Doesn't your husband like cats,
"No, indeed. H'e hates all cats-ex
cept a little kittyi they have at his
:A good honest remedy for Rheumatism,
SNeurialia and Sore. Throat is Hamlins
SWizard Oil. 'Nothing will so quickly drive
of ot all paini, and inflammation.
" :That :.observation" which i:.is .called
SIkniowledge of:the world: will: be found
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'ning than good.-Dr. John;on. -
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Thyn--Don't you think I look
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Thousands of enthusiastic, truthful, unblased women.i
have written to tell of the help this remedy has been- to.
them. Do you still hesitate to take Cardul for your
<troubles? If so, why? Read what others say, and at .
least give it a trial It may be just what you need.
W.L. DLOUGLAS :
$3 "3"5=0 & -$4 SHOE S WOMEN
BOYS' SHOES, $2.00, $2.50 & 3.00. BEST IN THE WORLD.
W. L. oopa $3.00, O5 .-Onnd $4.,00shoes
areo poilven the best nmnd and most nop
Sulr ehoaes for the price In America, and are
the most eoonom&cal shooes fo-you t o buy.,
Do you realize that my shoes have been the standard for over
80 years, that I make and sell more 83.00, 03.50 and 84.00
shoes than hoy other manufacturer in the U.S., and that DOL
LAR FOR DOLLAR, I GUARANTEE MYSHOES to hold their
shape, look and fit better,and wear longer than any other 83.00,
83.50 or 84.00 shoes oon can buy ? OUality counts. It has
made my shoes THE LEADERS OF TICHE WORLD.
You will be pleased when you buy myahoes because of the [.
fit and ippearance, and when ltcomes time for you to pur- p:.. s,
chase another pair, youii will be more than pleased because
the last ones wore so well, and 1ave you so much comfort. e
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SCAUTION! . elprice tatnped onti le bOtom.IA E SUB STIT
,I your dealer caunot supply you with W. ,. Douglas Shoes. write for Mail Order Catalog .,
W. L. DOUGLAS, 145 Spuark.Stree, lero.ekton Masst:
IF YOU HAVE
no appetite, Indigestion, Flatulence, Sick
Headache, "al run down" or losing flesh, you
just what you need. They tone up the weak
stomach and build up the flagglng energles.
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New York. :
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