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MID PROVE
HLTOH SANE
Prosecution's Alienist Tes
tifies At Italian Trial;
Defence Fights Hard.
"mo. Italy, Oct- 23. Today's session
f tiie trial of Porter Charlton, the
-ican who is charged with having
t inle--p(l his wife, was given over
' ?! to the reports of alienists. The
" ' pert for the prosecution read a
!"'sr:h report, which reached the
r . lusion that Charlton was entirely
responpible mentally. The expert for
tV defence arsued that the prisoner
v. is irresponsible.
1 aron Kctacca, the presiding Judge.
''J'' a deposition made by Charlton in
ev. Jerser shortly after his arrival
'"? This deposition was regarded
'' importance because although it
tamed the admission thac Charlton
k.llod his wife, it did not mention the
,:Iepti coma Into which, according
luer deposition, he passed after
' -'niti-ng the deed.
rauvemani OlAttifiU 1U
F INCORPORATE TULAROSA
Tula-usa, X. M-. Oct. 23. A move
a to incorporate the town of Tula
r- na is now well under way and is
r vtiMg with favorable consideration
f'-ni 1 a j urge number of enterprising
ixens The eeneral sentiment is that
c"veral public improvements are need- f
e amonjr inem a waierworxs system.
It r pies nt water system of open
J ' St s ought to be improved upon.
"VEW "IJI.VJIO.MJ'' 1'ACIv.VCK
C LlFORXIA VALCTS.
i if new package puts an end to
.- )uing walnuts of an unknown
iu.lity J
I he CALIFORNIA Walnuts In the J
j .H".u 0ttA.u pacicage carry an
hsolute guarantee of quality well
Ulled shells rich, nutty white meat..
T'i: kind of walnuts ou always want
to uy but have never before had any
jr t n irlAfitit, the.
This is the "reason for this package. I
i ou can say to your aeaier, "send me a :
Bid-waut paKa- the? c?me !
'"'. X .ir?ZZX ;
ro une (or fo Two) size Diamond
' ncj California Soft Shell Walnuts.
an expect and will get the same
-" nuaiity every time.
V i the only satisfactorv wav to
b- - w.,nuts, as the first package will
1 My convince yon.
At your grocers.
Advertisement-
SWEET PEAS
LAWNGRASS
nine Grass. White Clover and Rye
Grass,
Plant S'fllV for Best .tesults.
For Fresh Seeds, at the
EI Paso Seed Co.
Sla San Antonio St.
('bone 363. Opposite Court Honse.
An Exciting, Mysterious, Rapid Action Ro
mance, From the Vivid Novel of Arnold Kum-mer.
A Win. A. Brady
No Better Picture Ever
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SJHmaj.-. ,jujjLmM fcga I
' '"' ' 'mi m-"" M- .-, Jimwiiii.-r-,a..jTT,iwrr' I
Texas Grand Tiieater
jilt Saturday and Sunday,
umIL Oct. 30 and 31
t'-WSKSt Special Matinee Sunday & w
pPI ll A.H.W00D5 PRESENTS THE INTERNATIONAL LAUGHING 5UCCE$S I K Jf
ljljjg AN UP TO-OATE GARMlLCiT IN THR.CC PIKES FROM MATERIAL Ws& jigt
iBBm -'" 7&E SMTURDHY EVENING POST ffi JS
1rf3flim&& stories by Montague Glass MHs JeSHbI
mBSBr direct from its second year mm -SSr
j9EBb9 at rHC Cohan Thcatr-e., new york l&slSra
The Original Cast and Production
PRICES. NIGHTS
Sratn at Rjan's Uror;
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SEEKS MONEY
Thinks Man Who Died Here
In Hospital Carried $600
Insurance.
An investigation Is being made by
W. C Torterfleld. representing Jfrs.
Elisabeth Hollis, of 13)6 Glendale ave
nue, Chicago, to find out whether the
Phillip Steele, who died at the county
hospital on April 14 and burled In
the county cemetery, was her husband.
Sirs. Hollis bases her claim to a SIM
insurance policy on the grounds that
Steele was her husband and that he
left a note addressed to Elizabeth
Hollis before his death in the county
hospital.
Mrs. Hollis states that Steele's real
name was Hollis and that he deserted
from the U. S. army three years
ago and two years after they were
divorced. She recently sent a picture
I to El Paso of Hollis. He was a printer
and had been employed y me smn-
mTroial Frintlnk Vompiny. If Steele
n be identified as Hollis Mrs. Hollte
will secure the ZM 'insurance.
THE COURTS
UMTKD STATES DISTRICT COURT.
ThOmns S. Jlaxey, lrenilinK.
United' States vs. Pascual Orozco et
aU suit for forfeiture of $7500 ap
pearance bond: motion to set aside for
feiture overruled and bcv declared
forfeited: 0 days granted defendants
to file bill of exceptions.
Court adjourned for the term.
41ST 11ISTRICT COURT,
r. R. Price, PrCsldine.
V. B. Andreas vs. El Paso & North
eastern, mandamus; writ of mandamus
granted.
Maverixk -Clarke Lit ho. Co. vs. rran
clsco Villa, suit on debt: filed.
Neal A. Brown vs. Frank R. Allison
vs. Harry & Ishida, trespass to try
tiUe: Hled-
(KTII DISTRICT COURT.
r $$&JTt
er S YioWamaVe? for per
sonaI lnar,es: on Ir""- v
COUNTY COURT.
Adrian Pool, PrCntdlnsr.
Bert Ramsay and company vs. O. S.
MrKinney. suit on note filed. ,
State of Texas vs. Cristobal MejiUa.
carrying a pistol: filed.
State of Texas vs. Pedro Romero,
carrying a pistol: filed.
JUSTICK COURT.
J. 51. DeaTCr, PrcsWlns.
State of Texas vs. Mrs. Margaret
Clutterbuck. vagrancy: filed. .
o, .. nA,r. v. KnrtiAlnii KM,
i bio. buying cattle without bill of sale:
filed.
See Us For Electrical Fixture
to harmonize with your interior dec
orations. Kl Pao Electrical Supply Co.
J. B. Binkley. Mcr. 119 Myrtle.
Opposite City Hall Park.
Advertisement.
TEST RIDE TO EXD.
Tite annual 90 mile test ride of the
army officers above the rank of cap
tain 'will be completed this afternoon
The officers have bfen making the ride
in three laps, ruling 30 miles a day.
Today and
Tomorrow
Production With
Shown in El Paso
EJE2 1
Not in 30 Years Was There Such a Hit.
50c lo $2.00 SUNDA Y MATINEE 50c to $1.50
Store Friil ay. October 23. Moll and Thone Order ow
Self-CoDtroI First Element In Character
Many Persons Think They Have It, But Nearly All Are
Found Lacking in Some Way When They Are Put
To Strict Test Will Must Be Developed.
Dy ELLA WIIBKI.KR WILCOX.
tl. UCH is said of self control by
,"! preachers and teachers the
J .. ....,
preachers and teachers the
world over, but to how many
human beings. can we point as illus
trating the beauty of that virtue? In
truth, what is self control?
I ere your cnna (o asK you wui yuu
i meant by the word, could you explain?
f Are you exercising this admirable !
! mialitv in vnnr riiallv life, and if ao. in
. Vhttt i9irvf Inn PArlnm VAit fuiVM
Ld,.r.f.ti?' SSZ'SJSP SI "
J.i Tj ;.. -v. .:.. iXr
nan'dTen'o't thtulean thg." "
That is well and good Yet are you
h, S.mZ , n.iwiJi.rtv
by including a gross appetite for hearty
foods
Possiblv vou are indolent bv Incli
nation and you compel yourself to
work. That, too, is well and good.
The human drone who does no labor,
mental or physical, for the good of the
human hive should be driven from
' among his kind.
Yet he who would be worthy of the
appellation of a "self controled man"
must do more than to labor in sobriety.
Self Control In Lsbor.
If you are possessed with an in
ordinate love of wealth your very labor
may be a dissipation and call for the
use of self control. Next to the sin
of idleness comes the sin of intemper
ance in work. To work day and night
to the injury of your health and to the
I Injury of your health and to the neg
lect 01 your lamny means the destruc
tion of the temple of your soul and the
foundation of happiness on earth the
home.
If you are mad for great wealth it
will be an easy matter for you to make
a necessity of a desire and to commit
domestic ana nygienic suiciae oy a lack
of self-control.
An hour or two a day. an extra even-
Ing or two in the week might be given
to recreation and home life were vou
I to realize how small an object in the ;
.general result of happiness wealth
I " "!" "V!? '. """
you are sacrificing to obtain it.
Perhaps you are a literary man. or
a clergyman, or an artist engaged In
creative work. Upon the success of
your work depends the comfort of your
family and your reputation as a man of
talent. Therefore you feel justified in
heing somewtat "difficult" in your
home and social relations.
You are nervous and irritable, and
von have nn evcniu to male Talent
j is expected to cover a multitude of such
sins. Talent excuses nothing which
weakens character, and the first ele
ment in character development Is self
control. Control your belittling nervousness
and your childish Irritability if you
want to rank among the worth-while
ORE Trutb.
Than Poetry
America Still In the f-ad.
Famine prices of food in Berlin are
now quoted. They show that. If this
war continues ten or fifteen years
longer, meat will cost as much In Ber
lin as it does in El Paso.
Eat. Drink find Re Sanitary.
The death cells in Sing- Sing have
been made sanitary- Which reminds
one of Punch's picture of two Irish
tenants waiting on a fence to shoetj the
landlord as he came home. The land
lord was belated and one of the ten
ants. Iookln:
anxionsly up the road, 1
said: "I hope nothin's happened to the
poor fellow.
He'd Better Have Gone to War.
What was the use of Caruso's com
ing back? A truck driver has become
a grand opeca tenor, and new the pres
ident's daughter says that her father
has a fine tenor voice.
Still I fa Something.
The president says he wants to pay
for Shadowlawn "what, he has been ac
customed to pay for his summer home."
Judging by the pictures of the Cornish
House and those of Shadowlawn, that
would Just about be a fair rental for
the Shadowlawn garage.
Or Abont the Value of a Clear Coupon.
Mexican money Is now worth in New
York something between the value of
a trading stamp and a British sover
eign. corporate i-roiiiKacy.
A motorraan whose presence of mind j
and cold nerve savea a mree-inuusana-dollar
car and the lives of 56 passen
gers was awarded J!50by the New
York Railways company. If that Is
the way the traction concerns are
throwing their money about, it is no
wonder that the stockholders complain
of meagre dividends.
Anyway, They're Moving.
it zaiin wiii mue iuuiHia ui.i
body must have been using a lot of It
along me raoama caiiau
L R. McCLINTOCK,
Manager
EL PASO HERALD
souls of earth.
Again, you may be a good husband.
good provider for your family, and
an nonest, earnest easiness man. nut
your weakness lies where the fair sex
is concerned. So long as you keep from
scandal and so long as you blacken no
woman's reputation, you feel you are
excusable for an occasional lapse from
what you term the "jroody-goody path
of rectitude."
V Km ts nnthlnep Tfhtnh an nr&ot-
whole moral nature, nothing
which so destroys the fibre or charac-
" reln the '
j It fa ln t Dera,8tet. familiar and
fwciMthig temptation encountered by
' . a women on this tanrnev
men and women
on this Journey
throusrh earth.
Because of the all-powerful, under
lvins: creative impulse throughout the
entire universe, this temptation lurks
in every nignway as we pass along
life's pilgrimage. Only the halfborn
or the half-dead are immune from it.
lAttle BxenNe Drcaune Tempted.
Do you think you are exceptionally
tempted, and therefore excusable for
yielding to your tendencies.
Where there is passion therctoo. is
will.
Exercise your self-control, and your
will is sure to assert Itself. If you are
a beautiful or a fascinating woman.
;ou are no doubt tempted to forget
your dignity and lower your ideals for
the love of power or pleasure of con
quest. If you break no commandment
you feel you are doing all that could
be demanded of one so peculiarly
tempted.
But only as you develop your power
of self-control and satisfy your high
est Ideal of womanhood are you doing
j wnat ijfe demands of you. It may be
i yon are a paragon of the virtues, but
yooP weakness lies in the direction of
, extravagance. Money slips through
j your hands and you are not able to
.,-, r. it. dinni.m That
means a weakness of character. Use
your self-control and acquire a reason-
able habit of economy.
Have you never learned how to wait?
Impatience is not an attribute of
Mother Nature. Behold with what quiet
industry she goes along the year, wait
ing for seed to sprout, for sprout to
blossom, for blossem to ripen into fruit.
Behold the patience of the stars within
lhlr nrhitR.
I Even so learn to control yourself and
wait the coming events. There Is noth
ing the self-controlled human being
may not accomplish. But the word
must be understood in its fullest sense
and applied in its broadest application.
He -who would conquer heredity and
opportunity and build character, must
know the whole definition of self
control, and. knowing it. live it.! Copy
right 1915, Star Company.
GILLIAM AND LESTER RETURN
FROM GOOD ROADS MEETING!
MesIIU Park. N. M.. Oct. I. W. S.
UIIKam and Francis K. Lester have re
turned from Santa Fe, where they at
tended the State Highways Officials'
association, of which Mr. Lester was
president the past year and to which
position he was reelected i for the next
year. Messrs. Gilliam and Lester are
! both members of the Dona Ana county
j good roads board.
XHW MEXICO TEAC1ICRS
GET FIVE l'EAll LICEXSK
Santa Fe. N. M Oct S3. The de- j Antonio Express on Friday: "El Paso
partment ot edneatftm'has Issued five The village of Guadalupe. Mexico, si:
year professional certificates u the J uated 40 miles below El Paso and one
following: Rose Kellogg. RosweU: '
Frances Mildred McMahon, Clorls; Mrs.
-Minerva Kiipach and Gladys Mcvay,
Magdalena: Mary McMahon. Clovis:
Azelia K. Austry. Artesia: and a three
years' certificate to Mabel Austin.
Carlsbad.
Tl'LAKOSA MAX WA.VTS WATER.
Tularosa. N. M., Oct- S3. Applica
tion was made to the state engineer
for a permit to appropriate eight sec
ond feet of the Tularosa creek to re
claim S00 acres aear Tularosa. by J. E.
Maloney.
The special process used n preparing
Avondale Brand Oats is what makes
them better. Avondale Oats are put up
I in a parafiine-lined. moisture proof and
airtight packages. Absolutely sanitary
and free from buss and weevil Adv.
j., ess.ss-sjsaasssi ! grftii&gr
E i-t, -na rr t-it rr-rr- -a ii-. ITJCJ TUT? fiVI V DTf rlDfllC B
i lVll,IvlliMofc,rC ci DAsn r.CTiTUic scAcnw I - " .- fSlS
N TENTS Dallas and Magoffin Aves. I c-JII
IS MON., Oct 25 TUES., Oct. 26 I 450 HORSES! a L
Parade Each Morning, 10:30. Performances Promptly at 2 and 8 8 S TrafalS Of DonblC-Ifiglll IIIPf
p. ra. Main Doors Open 1 and 7. 1 RallFOad CcLTS T(AKSgJ M
Ample time is afforded all patrons to get dinner after the parade and S Dasl&K&Jsilr
then to the show grounds for the Big Free '"J""- i 3 Grai HFd Of ElCpIlSiliS rs
E ' WerWs Ch!Un5 j5' L I $3 S ara "Ksl TI"iniB t?M 'SW fe
zlborSea"tJoen; . Bi? i$0,T.("RSi AAA.
lztabH5fMor!k8y8,Kt. MJ$ Animal Clown.l
i' I POSITIVELY WILL APPEAR AT '
i 42 A R3 S, b M Bis Gil!,' Wrestllnc Grizzly, Tango I
tPft BnH ff B Danclne Horses, Farce Comedy H
S AVfATSOW LION Elapnsnts, Horo-Rldlng Lions, is n hbk sb g&
A "XL ... . tecpards and Beart. 200 Military I 1 . IJ f 8L 'O
Causes ThrlHsfOf. Pcnlea. Hlch-Dlvlng end Jumplrs I MK I W& fl I I
Arnazemer.t j pOSs and Monkeys. g fate 1 M&&a
i. yOnly Rod Wild Animal; Circus on Earth 1 '
1 QHttsringswHs-LongStrsstFaradsanOiSa 1
3" Exhibitions Dat'y, Rail? or Shins, 2 and 3 P.tt Doors Open, sad 7 1
EIGHTH CAVALRY BAND TO PLAY
CONCERT SUNDAY AFTERNOON
H,.. Vl.kth ..nralr.. hfinil will
live
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concert from to 5 ociock Sunday at- t meir .r...i... .ira.su. .... "f-
ternoon at Kort Bliss. The band will bel lican leaders are planning to make the
directed by bandmaster Rocco Resta Santa Fe Record a morning daily be-
the program for the concert will gnn.ng jrIy-tJrC. .JJ-JJ-
March. "InsUtute of Musical Art." P?P "! J JtS.r,.t.1!aftA0efJ
ItOCCU Kiniia,
Overture, "Poet and Peasant," Suppe
Fantasia. -m w. M"l ""
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Langey.
Selection. "The Bohemians." Puccini.
Waltx. "lntermexxo Russe." Franke.
Medley overture, "Remick's Hits No
4," Lampe.
March, "La Gloria," Densmore.
TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS
TIIK I Villi V S.MKK IIOX."
"The Ivory Snuff BoV Arnold Rum
mer's thrilling and brilliant story, will
be the attraction at the Alhambra to
day and tomorrow, with Molbrook
Bllnn in the stellar role. Patrons ot
the Alhambra will remembar Mr. Blinn
for his very excellent work j?i "The
Boss." which was exhibited at the Al
hambra ln July. "The Ivory Snuff
Box" is full of action, rapid, mysteri
ous, exciting and logical, and is a
play that we cannot recommend too
highly to the public The story has
t i t.Air ia tfc wrn -with
re
It J markable degree of adaptability.
is one of those ttories. deplorably few
In number, that plunges right into the
midst of a baffling and thrilling situ
ation immediately after the introduc
tion and then goes right on its way
introducing episode after episode of the
most intensely thrilling variety. The
conclusion is not surmised until the
very last moment. In other words, the
story is full to brimming over with
suspense. Advertlesment.
EXTRA GOOD Dllil. TODAY 11IJOU.
The best regular program In town
today is at the Bijou. The last of the
popular "Grand Hotel" pictures shown
every Saturday at the Bijou is "The
Man in Irons." This picture is full of
action: the photography, settings and
i the acting of the entire cast are up
to tne Jiaiem company s bikh siitiiuaiu.
"Marin Sals," who plays the lead, gives
a capital performance in this feature.
"The Tiger Slayer." a jungle-zoo
drama, will also be shown. Tomorrow.
Sunday, an all star comedy bill. Includ
ing a George Ade comedy, will be giv
en. The Ade brand of humor is as re
freshing as ever in this reel.
Notice to the Bijou patnwM Spe
cial music will be rendered nightly at
the Bijou, by an expert pianist. Mr.
Hayes, commencing tonight, who has
played in the largest picture bouses
in the country. Adv.
FRANCIS lll'SIIM .V TODAY.
The Silent Voice." featuring Fran
cis X. Bushman and Marguerite Snow,
will be the special attraction at the
Unique today and tomorrow. This play,
ln six wonderful acts, is from the pen
of Jules Eckert Goodman, and is one
of Otis Skinner's great successes, be
ing played at the Liberty theater. New
York, last season. In this production
Mr. Bushman appears in a role some
what different from what his many
admirers have been accustomed to.
The shows start at 12 m., 1:30 p. kl. 1
p. m, 4:30 p. m.. p. m., 7:30 p. m, 9
p. m.. and the admission price will be
25c for adults and 13c for children.
Advertisement.
CRAWPORD THEATER.
Tonight the Albert Taylor company
will present Jack London's powerful
play. "The Game."' at the Crawford. As
this great play Is one of the most suc
cessful in Mr. Taylor's entire reper
toire, a large crowd will doubtless be
on hand. Advertisement.
WHEX GIADLVIE. MK.YICO.
WAS DESTROYED BY FLOOD
The following appeared in the ' 1
years ago today" column of the San
mile irom tne Klo tirande, was swept
from the face of the earth by a cloud
burst in the mountains Wednesdav -night.
I
RALLIA'GKIl MAX DETAINED. I
M. Robensteln, of Ballinger, Tex was ,
detained by I. S. officers here Friday
while on his way to Ballinger from Los
Angeles. He stopped here and was
taken in charse by deputy U. S. mar
shal Jere Du Bose. He is being held
for the officers. In the meantime his
bond was fixed at $3500 by V. S. com
missioner Oliver. Mrs. Robenstein con- ,
tinned to Forth 'Worth.
SCfl.PTOR STORY DIKS.
New York, Oct. 3. T. Waldo Story,
the sculptor, die at his home her- to
day, lie had been ser.ous! ill for soma
days, suffering from a brain clot.
Wi-c-k-Eud Edition, October 23-24, 1915.
SANTA FE RECORD TO BE
MADE A MORNING -DAILY
Santa Fe. N. M.. Oct 21. As part of
I ...-. ..maIa AH.nK:n Ka t&nlth.
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I
The United
States senatorship, 1
SI
state offices, a
supreme court justice.
: wh win Hetermine the nolitirol -nm
j nlexion of tne supreme bench, a cor
poration commissioner, who. too. will
ueiermine uxai invuruuH way s po-
litirnl leanings, a connomm. state
determine that Important body's po-
senators and house members, as well
?i tounty offices are to be filled.
TVPOGR.IPIIICAU
To print a kiss upon her lips
He thought the time was ripe;
But when he went to press she
"I do not like your type.
Boston Transcript.
A kiss he printed on her lips
And showed her no contrition.
Because the artful minx Inquired.
-Well, when's the next edition?"
Birmingham Age-Herald.
A kiss he printed on her lips
And she made this oration.
"Please, please, continue doing that!
It boosts my circulation!"
New York Evening Sun
A kiss he printed on her lips
And won this strange opinion
A kiss doth make the same impress
In agate, pica, minion.
Globe-Democrat.
j A kias she printed on his lips
Quite highly was it stenciled
The editor in envy drew rigp.t: inrousn
The kiss and blue penciled.
For a quick sale IxsC your property
with W. H. Austin. Herald Bldg.. 105
San Francisco St- Phone. 471S. Adv.
Why Spend 50 Cents To See A Small
FOR THE SAME
I
' ,
w.c As Big
1 MT Mi iVt MVJJt ir SH Saam IM 4bb&. M
sns taJCMYffiUf3llUHiHsaAwEeco
Reserved Seats Sold at Ryaa's
TENTS AT DALLAS AND
5-A
J ORCHARD PARK TO HAVE
THREE ILB.1SH- "-"
Orchard Park is to have garbage col
lections after November 1. This was
decided at a special meeting of the
Orchard Park Improvement foety
which was heUl in the Orchard Pars
church Friday n.mit. Regular collec
ts ns will be maile in the eastern
suburb and the (ollection expenses will
be divided amontr the property owners
of the district. Oct. 23. 3D and 31 will
be cleanup days in Orchard Park when
all vacant lots will be cleaned, weeds
cut and streets cleaned.
i .... - - . ---
I was presided over by John Harm, are
Those who attended tne meeting. wm.ii
as i as follows: Mrs. J. N Carson Mrsjei -
i lie l-eiliKre, jjia. .. ......... -
I F. Hicks. Mrs. J. W. Harm. John Mc-
IKee. Miss "Emma Jones, Mrs. J. U-Warnt-.
Mrs. Annie Lowell Mrs. John
Rrunner. C H Flvnn. E. R. Ardoin,
:j John Rrunner. J. H. Johnson. W. M.
' 1 Piatt, J. W. Harm. A. C.
Zierath. T. J.
Johnson. J. R. Brown, J. G. Warne, I
Robertson. J. X. Carson.
Crawford
Theater
(L. E. McCKntock,
Mgr.)
Mr. lbert Taylor
and his own com
pany now playing
"THE
GAME"
Souvenir Matinee
Saturday.
3:43 P. M.
!
Liza sjtt is'tU? WV m
Show When Yon Can See One That Is
PRICE OF ADMISSION
r
Saturday,
November
Dreg Stwe Circus Day
MAGOFFIN AVES.

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