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Roosevelt I
The life and career of
the most famous living
American, as told by him
self, will be published
every other week in the
Boston Sunday Globe
Beginning March 30
(Those chapters will be jmMUheil by spe
cial arrangement with The Outlook, of which
Theodore Koosevelt is Contributing Editor.)
The demand will be great. To make sure
of your copy of to-morrow's Boston Globe,
order it from your newsdealer to-day.
Mrs. Bessie Hayward Holt of Barre
is . visiting relatives in otwn, and her
husband, Henry Holt, is in Hardwick
for a time, where he has work at his
trade as carpenter.
Clinton VV. Cram and Archie E. Cram
liave lately been in Kast Bethel, where
they were engaged to assist the musi
cians in an entertainment.
The morning train from Barre was
not sent np on Friday, the 28th, as the
track waB not considered safe until it
bad been inspected. For the same rea
son, the evening train on the 27th was
. omitted, and the mail and passengers
ere sent up from Barre by team.
Principal. Harry S. Morse of Brandon
arrived in town the 27th, and the spring
term of high school will open Monday,
the 31st.
Townspeople owning dogs are remind
ed that Monday, the 31st, is the last
day that dogs can be licensed at the
low rate.
Mrs. Levi D. Carr is ill and under
the care of Miss Ella Halliday of Barre.
She has lately received flowers from the
grange in Gardner, Mass., and a bou
quet from friends in that state, which
were much appreciated,,
Harry M. Lasell is to continue to
handle bicycles and supplies and has
already received a shipment of tires
that he will be pleased to, show to
anyone interested. ,
Among recent arrrivals at the Mon
ument house were 1). C. ISIater of Essex
Junction; O. I,. Martin, i'lainfield; C. A.
Butler, Burlington; J. C. H. George of
Wells River; B. A. Colpitts, White Riv
er Junction; Peter Mclntyre, Boston,
Mass. ,
The .program for grange meeting on
April 2 is as folows: Music bv the
grange; reading by Ethel Poor; essay,
"Daniel Webster," Jennie Drury; read
ing, Mrs. Eugene Reynolds; current
events., Lena Briggs; instrumental solo,
C. R. Cram; debate, ."Resolved, lhat
25 years hence the airship will be more
practical than the automobile"; affirm
ative, .II S. Drury and C. V. Seaver,
negative, Theron Williams and H. E.
Smith; solo. Ruby Wright.
Come one and all and attend the
Easter carnival, to be held in Miles hall,
Graniteville, to-night, under the auspi
ces of the Mystic circle, No. 085, Com
panions of the Forest. There will be
a good entertainment each evening and
dancing from 8 till 12. Music furnished
by the Imperial orchestra of three pieces.
Admission, 10c. To-night (Saturday)
there will be drawing of prizes and dancing.
Wfco Will Claim Them?
Advertized letters at the Barre post
oflice for the week ending March 28
were :
Men Anton Pali, Bon Bailey, Jack
MeCoart, William McGranaghun, Frank
J. Smith, X. C. Weeks, Emilio Aja.
Women Mrs. William Morrcn, Miss
Gustie Scribner, Miss Angelina Vann
ing Mr. Will Taylor, Airs. Lottie Dud
ley, Miss Marion Dodds, Mrs. G. R.
Downing, Mrs. Arch Bates, Mrs. A. C.
A Game Finish.
Every small office-holder who loses his
job claims to derive consolation from
the fact that the constitution remains
intact. Kansas City Journal.
Packed in air-tight, dust-proof packages.
Ridgways Teas are economical. They are so
strong and pure they go much farther than ,
other teas.
May Now Be Had in Town at Best Stores
Burlington, Vermont
Are you interested? Then call and see
our new and elegant up-to-date line and get
prices on same. On account of the no offset
law passed by the late so-called hedgehog leg
islature, we shall offer our entire stock of
Paper, Mouldings, Varnishes, etc., at greatly
reduced prices to all spot cash customers un
til April 1. We have several first-class paper
hangers and are prepared to give you first
class work in our line.
Wesley W, 1'nderhill keeps on hand
for sale at all time a supply of elec
tric light lamps.
Miss Alice Dewey of South Royalton,
a daughter of Water M. Dewey, who
for several years was a resident here,
visited friend in town last Monday.
Sheriff E. W. Kent of Randolph wua
in town Tuesday to commit to jail to
await trial on the charge of stealing a
nicycie, rrnl .Macia, who win arrested
in Montuelier Monday evening. Maci
has been wanted by the authorities sine
lSK.'i, when ho escaped from jail here bv
forcing lus wav puht Jailor frank
u nitncv, wlit-n lie was getting a mil)
ply of wood into the jail. Maria, when
arrested Monday evening, at first denied
his identity, but when he found that he
could not fxd the officers, admitted tint t
he was the man wanted and accompanied
Nieritr Kent to Chelsea without resist
a nee.
Miss E vol mi Morev of Wilder, who
had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Wal
ter S. Goss, for several days, returned
to her home the lirst of the week.
Clifford Spooner, clerk for O. D. Tracy
spent Sunday in Kandolph, as the gues
of his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Mrs. A liliio L. Sleeper and son, Milo
L. Sleeper, who have both had employ
,.,..( ;.. m i. ....- v- ir .i. i.
lit. ill .iifwuiifTBii-i , . (lining liif
wiiuer, reiumeo. 10 town ana opene
their home on rth Main street th
lirst of the week. Mrs. Sleeper expects
to remain here during the summer, and
Milo is undecided whether he will re
turn to Manchester or not.
The listers were in White River Junc
tion the first of the week to attend t
meeting of listers at which Tax Com mis
sioner Charles A. Pluniley of Xorthlleld
was present to instruct them concern
ing their duties under the new tax-
Beujamin H. Adams returned Wedne
day afternoon from a several days' bus
iness trip which took him to Randolph,
Montpelier and Moretowu.
Mrs. Eunice A. Lewis and daughter,
Miss Kosemarv, went the first ot the
week to Randolph, where they are the
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Alon
vo H. Powers.
The ladies of the Methodist church
announce that tli'y will hold a maple
sugar social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Baraw, whe live on the
Benson Sanborn farm.
Waterson post, So. 45, G. A. R., have
engaged Rev. A. B. Enrighl, pastor of
the local Methodist church, to deliver
the Memorial day address.
Miss Grace W. Dcnsmore, a member
of the senior class of the local high
school, lias decided not to finish her
course here and went the hrst ot the
week to Enosburg Falls to spend come
time with her aunt, Annette Parma
James Atwood, who has for a long
tune been seriously afflicted with a com
plication of heart trouble and asthma,
has been much worse than usual for
several days and is in a very critical
John David, who went to Lowell,
Mas., about ten days ago to visit his
home friends, has returned to town and
is again at-the Orange County hotel.
As a result ot the steady rairt on
Wednesday night and Thursday fore
noon, the river here reached the high
est mark in many years. The after
noon stage did not attempt to make
its return trip to South Royalton and
the stage from the south did not make
its appearance Thursday night, although
the water hud receded some during the
Col. Herbert O. Bixby, the Orange
county member of the Democratic state
(01111111110, was in Burlington Friday
evening, March 21, to attend a meeting
of the committee, and the colonel re
turned with a smile of satisfaction on
his genial face which resembled the fa
miliar smile he used to wear under the
Cleveland administration.
While moving a load of hay at the
flood furm on the west hill last week,
Henry Clark was badly injured by being
thrown to the ground when the load
turned over. The injury was a serious
strain to the ligaments of his left leg.
which member he was so nnfortunatrt
as to oreak a tew years since.
Henry Camp of South Randolph was
a business visitor in town 1 liursday, a?
were also L. J. Robinson and Walter
Howen of Waterbury.
B. H. Adams has sold his twenty
acre lot on the ershire road to trunk
K, Bixby, and Mr. Adams ha formed a
partnership with James O. Kendall of
South Strafford and they have leased
the Withington sale stable at West Ixd
nnon. X. H for one year, with an op
tion for a longer term, and expect to
commence business there April 1. Whift;
his townspeople will wish Ben the best
of good fortune in the new enterprise,
yet they will dislike to have him leave
Chelsea in a business way, and all are
glad to know he will retain his resi
dence here and that his family will re
main in town.
Mrs. Georgia Camp, who has been
stopping with her niece, Mrs. Demis W.
Dcnsmore. for several weeks, returned
to her home in Barre City, on Mon
day. County Probation Officer V. H.
Sprugue was in Randolph, Barre and
Montpelier on official business Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Ralph Sanborn, who recently com
pleted a course of study at the agri
cultural school at JUndolph ( enter
working for Dean Oilman.
Some Barre People Fail to Realue the
Seriousness of a Bad Back.
The constant aching of a bad back,
The weariness, the tired feeling,
The pains and achee of kidney ills
May result seriously If neglected.
Dangerous miliary trouble often follow.
A Barre citizen shows vou what to
George I. Beekley, Hill and Liberty
streets, isnrre, Vt., say: I have no Hes
itation in recommending Doan'a Kidney
Pills ns a remedy of merit for the pur
pose their use is indicated. I u
Ilium's Kidney PilM for kidney complaint
and lame and aching back, and they have
done mo a world of good. My kidney
gave me considerabln annovance. Since
using Doan' Kidney Pills," I have been
perfectly freo from kidney compiauu.
The above statement was given on
May 2.'. '311. and when Mr. Beekley
was interviewed on August 21, HI 13, fie
said: " henever I have nnv symptom
of kidney coinph.int, I use Doan Kid
ney I'll la and they have helped me, i
gladly give you ierniission to use my
former statement.
For sale by r II dealer. Price 60 cent.
Foster-MiHiurn Co., Buffalo, X .Y., olc
agents for the United States.
lemeniber the name Itoan and
tnke no other.
Funeral of Sidney Wallace Held Yes
terday Morning.
The body of Sidney Wallace could
not be brought from Waits River as
lanned on Thursday, but arrived late
that night, the service leing held from
he undertaking rooms Friday morning.
Rev. W. K. Douglass officiated. The
bearers were M. V. Barber, B. E. Wal-
ace, Henry Wallace, Blaine Wallace,
lames Wallace and John Dodge of
Waits River.
was taken
much im
bis pulpit
Rev. W. I Boicourt, who
11 Wednesday eviining, is
proved and hopes to be in
on Sunday. The subject of his sermon
will be "A Modern Hero of the faith.
At the Methodist church to-morrow
Rev. W. E. Douglass will preach at
the regular time.
The Art club meets with Mrs, H. C.
Whitehill Monday afternoon.
Sawing logs at the Demeritt A
Palmer mill has .been suspended several
days because of the breaking of the
big belt.
1 he meeting of the Y . H. S. Alumni
association, which was to have been held
the home of Belle Breenc Thursday
evening, was postponed because ot the
weather. V
Rev. W. E. Douglass officiated at the
funeral of Mrs. Clair in Stowe on
B. R. Demeritt has returned from
a business trip to Boston.
Several , neighborly calls were made
to the town clerk's office in Duxhury
recently, when Charles Seaver brought
for bounty the head and skin of a bay
lynx-. This was trapped near his home
on Crossett hill.
Miss Freda TarbcII, who was operat
ed upon for appendicitis at the Mary
Fletche rhospital, is doing nicely. The
members of Dillingham grange remem
bered her with a post card shower
Program for Dillingham grange to
night will be "History of Arbor Day
and How It Should Be Observed by
the Farmer." by Millard Breene; grange
journal, edited by Mrs. Lena Goodhcart;
music by the orchestra.
Mrs. George W. Randall is much improved.
The condition of Mrs. Lena Mcrriam is
very critical.
Mrs. J. R. Pike is convalescent.
Mrs. Julius Daniels, who was worse
after her husband's death, is more com
fortable. A. Germino. who has been ill, is better.
Mn, Lewi and littlu daughter, who
have been here this week from Chel
sea, the guests of Mr. and Mr. A. II.
Powers, left for home on Thursday.
Mr. and Mr. Roy Huso and children,
who were called hero from Windsor by
the death of relatives in North Ran
dolph, left fur their homo on Thursday.
Mr, and Mrs. Alonzo Emery, who have
been in Sera nt on, Pu for the last six
months, have returned and opened their
house on Highland avenue. Yvinle on
their way homo they stopped off and
visited Mrs. Emery' brother, Charle
Wood, and family, at Auburndalo, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chadwick of Bos
ton are at the homo of their father,
Silas Chadwick, for n visit.
Mi-s Ruth Campbell, who ha been in
Ixnvoll and Worcester, Mass., for a
mouth, is passing a few davs with Mr.
and Mr. M. V. Campbell before going
to her home in Warren,
A class of thirteen was initiated at
the grange on Saturday night, and fol
lowing this, A. M. Vaughan gave a short
talk on what is most needed to trength-
en the love of tho farmer for bis vocation.
Fred Arbucklc of East Randolph ha
moved his family into the house of
Mrs. Mary Mann on Park street and
has employment in tks foundry of Sar
gent, Osgood & Roundy.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of John J-ranci Bnssett-and
Mrs. Alice Vinton Ford on March 17
in Chicago. The bride is a native here
and passed several week here last sum-
mer at the Inn.
William Raymore, who has been in
Mount Clement, Mich., for treatment for
ill health for several weeks, has re
turned much improved in health.
The funeral of Mrs. Hiram Smith was
held from Bethany church on Thurs
day afternoon, ai:d interment was made
here. Mrs. Elizabeth (Severance) Smith
was born in Auburn, X. II., July 18,
1828, and for the last fifty years had
been a resident here. She is survived
by two sisters, Mrs. L. L. Lincoln of
Topsfield, Mass., who is now over 90
ycrg of age, and Mr. Boynton of West-
lord, .Mass. One niece also survives,
Miss May Boynton of West ford, who
was here last summer for a visit, and
two nephews.
Mrs. Frank W. Sault of St. Albans if
with relatives , on Forest street for a
few days' stay.N
George Vaughan of Woodstock ha
been with his son, A. M. Vaughan, for
the last week. He is feeling some
snxiety over his daughter, who lives at
Dayton, 0.
The water reached a higher point here
on Thursday than before in many years
and great fears were entertained in re
gard to the dam at the foundry and also
at the grisLnull.
Louis BoutwcllW Maiden, Mass., has
been at the home of his uncle, H. S.
Booth, this week.
We Save You Money,
Time and Worry
Thousands of New England people now take advantage
of our Weekly Bargain Sales formerly enjoyed only by Bos
ton people.
A Two-cent Stamp and
the Parcel Post
will take and carry your order. Our highly efficient Fareel
Post Department fills your order promptly and your pur
chase is in your hands within 24 hours.
Our advertisements in the Boston Sun
day Papers accurately list these sales
Send Us Your Order Sunday
Houghton & Dutton Co.
"New England's Great Cash Store"
"Boston. Mass.
lohn Marsten and David Bagley were
at Abe Jacobs' in Corinth the first of i
the week on business'. j
Eugene Follows and wife were in this j
part of the town this week.
It has been announced that there will
be Baptist preaching here and at East
Orange the coming yea'-, and it is ex
pected a candidate will be here from
Rhode Island to preach the first Sunday
in April.
Walter Whitehill of Groton is here
assisting M.rs. Bond care for Robert
Whitehill, their brother, who has recent
ly returned from Mary Fletcher hospi
tal at Burlington.
The YA lids brot hers, .John and Rodney,
have tapped their sugar place and made
considerable sugar before the storm.
In our last items. "Dr. Dow"' was
made to read, "Dr. Wood."
Walter Bresette of this city fell for
ty feet from the top of the boiler room
at the Pioneer power house to the bot
tom of the pit yesterday, and cut two
deep gashes on his head. Mr. Bresette
was sitting on a board at tho top of
the room, putting in pipes, when anoth
er man stepped on the board, which
broke and let him full.
Walter Burke was sentenced in city
court yesterday afternoon to the state
mmpiiHt ui. nuieruury lor six monuis.
Antapito Comporibas, an Italian,' was
fined $15 and costs, totaling $21.44, for
breach of the peace. He is alleged to
have engaged in a'flght with another
man at one ot the etonesheis.
The engagement of Miss Katherine
Berry and E. Leo Whitney was an
nounced last evening at a whist party
at the home of Miss Helen Hunting
Mrs. E. D." Blackwell, a native of this
city, but now residing in Brandon, died
yesterday in Burlington.
The February number of the "Ver
monter," just issued, ought to be par
ticularly interesting to Montpelier peo
ple. It contains a sketch of President
Chamberlin of the Grand Trunk sys
tem, who was at one time a student
at Montpelier seminary an illustrated
article' on the Washington pageant, by
Miss Lease, curator of the Kellog'g-Hub-
bard library; and a legislative summary,
prepared by Walter il. Crockett, the
well-knowrn newspaper man.
' We, the undersigned, do hereby agree
to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle
of Greene' Warranted Syrup of Tar, if
it fail to cure your cough or cold. W a
also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove
satisfactory, or money refunded.
Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown,
C. II. Kendrick & Co.
George L. Edson,
W. B. Miles 4- Co,
D. C. Howard,
Barre Drug Store,
D. F. Davis.
J. D. McArthur,
McAllister Bros,
J. A. Cumming,
J. W. Parmenter.
: i 1
C. E. Scribner was in Montpelier on
Tuesday to attend the listers' nv-et-
Mr. Warren Swann fell in her wood
'shed Wednesday, injuring her back and
'one hip quite badly, but no bones were
(wing to the high water, Fred Lam
jberton ba been able to run his sawmill
but little.
Mrs. Fred Houghton is ill.
William Francis Barnard. second
speaker in the Socialist lecture course,
will deliver his lecture at the East
Barre opra hou hall on Friday even
ing. March 28, at K o'clock; subject.
"What Is Socialism? Admission, 20c.
Best Known Cough Remedy
For forty-three years Ir. King' New
Discovery has been known throughout
the world a the most reliable cough
remedy. Over three million bottle were
naei last year. I .n't this proof? It will
gvt rid of your f-oupb. or we will refund
vour monry. J. J. Owen of Allen. !ie.
' S. C writea the ay hundreds of othwa
have done: Alter twenty Jrr, I find
that Dr. Kirc' New Dwwerr t the
i lw-t reasedy for raurhs and culds that
i hare ever meL tor coun or nlli
and ail throat and lone trouble, it ha
o equal. SUM- and
Crwt I"iMEj. AJU
A daughter was born Tuesday evening
to Dr. and Mrs. I. X. Eastman.
M. IV Coffrin was in Montpelier on
Wednesday on business.
Miss Lucretia Taylor ha closed her
school at Newbury and is spending her
vacation at the home of her mother.
Mrs. I. O. Ricker of Billcrica, Mass.,
arrived here Thursdny for a week's visit
with relatives and friends.
Miss Margaret Illman is at the home
of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Robert
Illman, for a vacation from her school
work at Tilton, X. .H
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hatch, who have
been running tho boarding house at the
Hatch mill, have moved back to their
farm, in Xewbury.
The antiual village meeting will be
held in schoolhouse hall on Tuesday
evening at 7:110 to elect officers for the
ensuing year, and to transact all other i
necessary business. j
Edwin Reed of Montpelier is visiting
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.I
Work at the Hatch saw-mill at the
foot of Whitcher mountain has been
completed, and the mill moved to Bath,
A. II.
Alex. Renfrew returned Wednesday
from a visit with his ton, R. A. Ren
frew, at St. .lohnsbury.
Walter Whitehill is at West Tops
ham, assisting in the care of his brother,
Rohert Whitehill.
Miss Arleen McDonald, who was car
ing for Mrs. Hayward at Topsham, was
called to Montreal Wednesday to care
for her mother, who is in the hospital
Isaac Ricker and sister. Miss Rena.
are home from Montpelier high school
this week. Mis Florence Rvlo of
Montpelier was a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ricker over Sunday.
The damage from high water here
this week was confined to the loss of
log at the Groton Electric Co. saw
mill by the breaking of the boom and ! m
a w ing of the concrete dara at the lower ! 3
Miss Emma Jones left Saturday for
New York to attend the wedding of her
cousin. Charles Heath, which occurred
the 27th.
Alex. Hall ha secured employment in
the office of the Ayer Lumber "company
at Barre, and will assume his duties in
two weeks. Mr. Hall has been employed i CJ
in the office of the Miller-Ayer I-um'berja
company at t.mtoo pond for the past i ,
two year. 73
A. r. Whitehill, IL M. Kitker and
W. W. PilNbiiry. liters for Groton.
were at Montpelier on Wednesday to at
tend the listers' convention.
D. L. Scott and Ella M. Sawtelle, both
of East Calais, were married, March 27,
by Rev Charles H. Clmpin.
"The subject of the sermon at church
next Sunday at 11 a. m., will be "Pow
er." At the special town meeting, Merrill
Mears was elected road commissioner
for the northern district.
For This Week-End Desserts
Vanilla and Strawberry Ice Cream
Plain Vanilla and Strawberry Bricks
40c per quart
Saturday evening commencing at 8 o'clock we will sep
arate about 300 pounds of fresh Milk and Cream with the
new electric-driven DeLaval Separator now standing in our
window. '
Co ne in and see the work done with one of the most up-to-date
machines, and if you wish buy the Cream at 10c per
half pint and the Skimmed Milk at one cent per quart. Fresh
goods only two hours from the cows.
Dairy L. B. DodgC Creamery
300 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Telephone S33-W
t&'4!gstM i. . i. uuf 1 fn-A.riS" !.
lcy luwTa HHarti oTus Clsa Mkn tmstmuowi uaoa i Amnz.
iir Union-mada Cizars.
ttfihl Orftfirl IMi4naMMiilinMiMlnlllJBSnB
i d m s anifwuinnwmirirM w v
Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
th antiseptic powder to be shaken Into the
ihm. ff von want rent and comfort for tired.
rhinir. swollen, swefttinn feet, use Allen's
foot-Kase. It relieves corns and bunions of all
pain and prevent blbters, sores and callous
spots. Just the thins- for dancing parties,
patent leather shoes, and for breaking in new
shoes. It is the greatest comfort discovery of
th ag. Try it to-day. Sold everywhere, 24
nts. Don't accept any substitute. For
KREE trial package, address Allen S. Olm
sted. La Roy. N. Y.
Poultry of any kind is very
scarce nt this time of the year,
consequently r.e have been hard
ircssed to supply the demand;
nit this week the farmers have
brought in a good number of
fancy stock for (Saturday, per
23 and 25c
: r
V.. Amos J. cf H.rC..r. Me, J
will ii -u- i u
t tbc Id nt Sunday. March 30. ssd April 6.
I'reacbirg rTk at 11 a. su.
Roast Pork
16c and 18c lb.
Roast Beef
16c to 20c lb.
Leg Lamb
23c lb.
Shoulder Lamb
16c lb.
Veal Roasts
15c to 20c lb.
Dried Beef
33c lb.
Fresh Green Stud
Spinach, peck 30c
Dandelions. Celery,
Lettuce; Parsnips,
freshly dusr, are at
their very best at this
season of the year.
Cabbage, 90c the
hundred pounds.
let "Ceatrar m-W.
Look For This Label In Blue On Every Box of Cigars
This Label in Blue on a box of Cigars is as good
as a certificate from Uncle Sam that the Cigars there
in were not made by an inmate of a prison or by a
child of 10 or 12 years of. age, but is the product of
adult labor receiving a fair wage and in an up-to-date
sanitary shop.
The Cigarmakers' Union only issue it under the
latter conditions.
There are no better Cigars made than are made
in New England, so look for this label. Demand it.
p- - i , I, r mi siis lainiraamr i r -f "'-i i
We are out with a defy to the best home bakers to equal
the quality of the Pies, Cakes and Bread that are turned out
in this modern, sanitary Bakery Shop. And we maintain the
quality of our goods, too, not for a few days, but week in and
week out, year in and year out. Can you say that much about
your own efforts ? A trial of our baked goods will convince
you of the superior qualities.
Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings
Special Orders For Furnlinrc
UBdawtavkara ai L(mbm1 Ksakavlaaara, Depot Sqsiara, Carre
Talaa Caatias
Staw, 42&-1 Mr. Parrr. 415-2 Mr. Nosasi. I7&-J
1VI33JS Avaanivs

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