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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1015;
is BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JULY IS, 101S. Entarad at Um Poatnmoe t Barra Bwond. I Class Will Maiur Publlshsd Evary Weak-day Afternoon UBSrRIPTJON RATES On ymr On, month I ling la eopr..... . ...18.00 ,gg eonta , ..I nt FRANK E. LANCJLKY. PubU.h.r . Ambassador Von Bernstorff mut be rusticating, it'i so long inot wa heard from him. Editor V. E. Hubbard of Brattleboro will make an acceptable member of the itate board of library commissioners. Instead of a Roosevelt street, Paris eught to have a Woodrow Wilson street if would be more appropriate at this Juncture. That Barre is in good health is proven , by the fact there were only seven deaths In a population of 12,000 during tne month of June. Vacation Luggage Right here, right now, you will find just what you need for that vaca tion or business trip. Here is the best of its kind. All new, and of known quality, and our usual standard values. Suit Cases, $1 to $7.50. Bags, $3 to $15. Trunks, $3 to $25. censor to look foolish. An amusing Instance was recently afforded through a Kritish inland ttslecram. It was dispatched from Inverness, and it rend uen urn u weetin Ida yea con wa kum," That looked mysterious, it was surely in some now rode, it came from near the coast, and it was quite unin telligible to the alert censor. So he wired to ask if the sender was known and what the message meant. The answer was, yes, and the message was in the Lancashire dialect, meaning "When are you wetting its headf Can we comet it wa a self-made in vita tion to a christening. Thus censor siiin may ruise a laugh. But as a whole it is no laughing matter. Ad mit its necessity, but still it is an in terfereuce with public liberty. Human nature resents it. The censor will nev er be popular. Traise does not come his way. At the best it is pity for his perplexities. Jtoston Herald. F. H. Rocers & Co. We Clean, Press, and Repair Clothing Bryan's Way. I believe that a large majority of the people will heartily approve of any steps that the president may see fit to take to keep Americans out of the danger zone. VV. J. Bryan. Just where is this danger zone and what is its latitude and longitude? Mr. Bryan, of course, cannot tell, because the German government does not tell. But what right would the president have to prevent Americans from going to the British Isles or from crossing a portion also lend a marked dignity to the state's property at Montpelier. It is to be Among the optimistic signs is the fact hoped, in the fruition of the prpaentl 0f the liich snas adjacent to the British that the Vermont 6tate soldiers' home at plans, that Barre granite will be the ma- Isles t The United States is at peace n:nir.r, n-n. rnndiirted durincr the Unriol tn Ho hbp inasmuch as the; ranitol with (.treat Hritain, the JSritish coasts ... . ,, .... i.: ,. ... ... a..,., ire not blockaded and the hich seas are past fiscal year .name tne .PFruF. Duuaing maae 01 tne stone cn.seieu the commo n p0f!gcsgion of makind. The president miirlit advise Americans not to So great is the anxiety to get out of net harmony of coloring would be more go to England until the war is over, he Rutland that a Ford automobile started likely to be attained by going to the might request tnom not to as a personal of its own accord and fled the terrible environs until rudely halted by a curb stone. i isi m t- n n 1 I DupCTJD 35 PATIENTS EXAMINED. In Infantile Paralysis Clinic at St. Al bans. Sfc. Albans, July 15. Thirty-five pa tients were examined at the clinic on infantile paralysis conducted at the hos pital in this city yesterday by Dr. Rob ert W. Lovett of Boston, an eminent orthopedic surgeon and specialist. Dr. Lovett was accompanied by Mis XV. G. Wright, his assistant, who was with him on his trip to Vermont last winter; also by Dr. K. G. JJartin, assistant su perintendent of the department of phys iology at the Harvard medical school, and the la t tor's asuistant, Miss Jane Our old friend, Tetanus, hasn't been heard from so much this year although the time is about past for his visitation. The great American people are learning their lesson, apparently. fnvAr trt litm Knf if fhav linia 4n trn a. uim, , . iv.- 1J jl. i -r " wnicn tne president is me neau acKnowi-1 i r 4. t.j u w I j . i. -ix. r l w'ci JU 1'aueni.s wifie i'&aimiit?a nrrc rmmi. lAtnimi e ' 7 s'.r" 'r ' " r''Ny, all but three being cases un CUrtliJINl UiVllVirjiN 1 I ley -Sn" travelers wmcn observation ja8ti winter, w The Automobile Road Hogs. The number of road hogs in the ranks of the automobiliats of ermont is larg er than it should be. These people whir by another car at high speed and stick Put in down In your memorandum book that the kaiser on July 14 declared the war will end in October presumably the ditch or Mng educed to a pile of troversy with Germany. 'Kan fi' i . . 1 j j. uuoii fvi a r v citmif si vi , V, Z"v"""'a",' "UK1 7" patients were examined. This is an un nizeT Mr. Bryan does not seem to think K..oiirf v.;t, n, too- inings o..t.-.-Pr.ngneia tiuass.j epuou- .tating that generally not more than 24 "i pci n l ui me vnmv a icim it iw rt.avs niina f ivn A tK rlmiii KaiJ r The Law of th Case. Iiarton and Montpelier this week not as In his letter in the American Profes- large a percentage returned a in this sor Theodore S. Woolsey, the eminent city. Not all the three new cases ex- October of this year and see what good prophet the kaiser isn't. to the middle of the highway at the Fame time, leavinir those whom they authority on international law, places ainined proved to bo infantile paralysis approach the alternative of going into his finger on the vital point in the con- Of those that returned improvement, in some cases very marked, was notd. Congratulations to Quiney, Mass., on becoming a big "small city," with a pop ulation of 40,314 by the 1915 state cen ub! Needless to say, Quincy depended upon something besides its granite in dustry to increase nearly 8,000 people in five years. Its shipyards are a very val liable factor in the development of the place. The name of a Vermonter who did not gain so great renown in the United Hates navy as George Dewey, Charles E. Clark and others, but who gained the distinction of the rear admiral's title, was Stephen Rand, who died in Wash ington, D. C, this week. Though an in land state, Vermont has contributed many men to the United States navy who gained renown and high position. junk. The suggestion that law abiding This vital point is whether there mut Only one patient was worse than last automobiusts take the numbers of the be visit and search before a belligerent s winter and in that case the boy had porcine speeders and write to the sec- merchant veseel can be destroved. Un- not worn the shoes with heels as rec retary of state, informing him that the der the rules aa respected by every civ- emmended and the result wa a badly driver of the car bearing the number liized country up to February last search detormed toot on wmcn an operation is a careless driver u a pretty good was essential. itbout search natlonaJ- will be necessary, one. If complaints enough were re-lity cannot be ascertained, for the false ceived about the holder of a license num- flag may be flown. Without search deS' her who suffered under the delusion tination cannot be ascertained. Without that he owned the whole highway were search whether the vessel is armed or received, the secretary will begin to unarmed cannot be learned, although the think that it is time to do something law applicable to the two is radically in regard to the matter. Next time a I different. Without search it cannot be road hog makes you take to the gutter, known whether contraband is aboard, or COMMON POULTRY DISEASES. A General Knowledge cf Them la Half the Cure. Fovls hatched from eggs laid by get his number. Montpelier Argus. Biddings for the National Conventions. Texas did much to promote the nomi nation of Woodrow Wilson in the last Democratic national convention and now the city of Dallas, aided and abetted by t'ato Sells, commissioner of Indian nv fairs, would like to see the next Denv whether or not the cargo is of neutral or belligerent ownership, 1 he duty of searching i lifted only under two circumustances: (11 When the veswel refuses to stop on signal, or l'i when it is conveyed by armed vea healthy breeders and reared amid sam tary, wholesome surroundings, fed clean feed, sound grains, and ground feed, are, as a rule, seldom subject to disease. Nevertheless, an amateur poultry-raiser should alwavs familiarize himself with scls. Then the enemy cruiser may im- the names and symptoms of the more mediately attack without regard to who may be aboard. Otherwise international law is flatly violated if search is omit It is unfortunate that successful effort cannot be made to suppress the writer of anonymou3 letters threatening all orts of dire destruction to ships, public buildings and officials of state; and if the writers are found to be so-called practical jokers they should be dealt with even more severely than person who meant business by their threats but who failed of the capability to carry cut their purpose. This- sort of a joke is about the most miserable and cow ardly that could be perpetrated. The New Hampshire fanner with a pood hay crop this year can sell it for enough to buy lot of gasoline for hi automobile. Concord (N. H.) Monitor. Perhaps he can, but we hope he won't. There are some other things which he might be able to buy with the money he gets from hi hay that would come in more handily than gasoline. But, of course, the contemporary was using a mere f.gur of speech to show how ex tremely prosperous the farmers of New Hampshire are this year, a condition somewhat approaching that of the Ver mont farmer, we should ssy. The people of u Johnbury h rea on enough to fet-l ditified with On efforts to iwcure a n-w federal buildup :n their community inasmuch as the g" ernment authnrired the purchase of a ite for the propped structure and now j ropoes to lease quarters in a priate building for a terra of fie years, the ocratic national convention gather m cj and there ia an attack on aiht tne ixne Mar state, mnas oners siw,- Th hi iiw.lito f rr,.,. war wine" order is that it ignored this lee, and agrees to provide a meeting fundamental renuirempnt. The inane i place capable of seating .3, w visitors. I,4 to whether international law must be ine appeal const nines an advertisement changed to make it easier for a subina iyr jmiiHi, aim inni in itu. i n ninie t fn to attack ton Chronicle is a mighty rooter lor Texas, but it is compelled to admit that as a matter of political wisdom the na tionl convention ought not to go there. as it certainly will not. As things now look, the convention will have a simple duty to perform, that of renominating Woodrow Wilson for president. But to ask the delegates to make the long journey to Texas in order to do it would itn an imposition sure to be resented. It ir as good aa settled that Chicago will again be the Democratic meeting place, Ample experience has proved it to be the most convenient and acceptable of all the cities where conventiolis have been held. Philadelphia is making a strong bid for the Republican convention, on the ground that too many unpleasant Ke publican memories would have to be laced in Chicago. There is something of a revival of protect lomsm in the Re publican party, but whether it is sum- uent to cue Philadelphia her wish re mains to He demonstrated. In Chicago the republican party split, and in Phila delphia, Tom Piatt forced the vice pre, ident nomination on Theodore Rooa- elu Mark Hanna was the dominant figure in the Philadelphia convention. When it comes to memoriea there may lie . metiiing of a set-off between the Vuaker city and the Windy city. Put memories aide, for comfort and efficien cy Chicago lias the ca!L Springfield Republican. common ailments of poultry. The fol lowing list is taken from one arranged by Trof. Henry R. Lewis, of the New- Jersey experiment fetation. Discs lift of tha digestive system: Im pacted, inflamed, or enlarged crop; in flammation of the stomach; gastritis; simple diarrhoea; enteritis; indigestion; constipation. Diseases of the respiratory system: The contention of the German note Ct"rrh. bronchitis, influenra, roup, pip, Tha Censor. Cart. Billiard now holds a highly re- nMlil poiton in contnd of the fay ille radio station, and the appointment is a (Otrjliment to his ihaiaitr and alulitv, tiut no rre who carea for ease that to concede the American demands would create a condition under which the presence of neutral passengers would be a screen against attack is unfounded A ship with neutral passengers on board can be sunk after search has been nude and its nationality or contraband in iU cargo ascertained. A neutral on a belligerent vessel has no rights superior to those of the non-combatants of the enemy. Immemorial usage prescribes that when a shin, after search, ia doomed to destruction, crew and passengers shall diphtheria; cholera. be allowed a chance to escape. Making no aearcb of the Lusitama, not even asking her to halt, the slaughter is with difficulty distinguished from mar der. It is the duty of this country to pro. tect its citizens in their just right. It is doubly its duty to do so when not to do so implies treaeon to dearly won principles of modern civilization in whose maintenance the whole human family is interested. When the war is over tier- many will thank the Imted Mates for protesting against the von Tirpiti policy canker, congestion of the lungs, pneu monia. Diseases of the reproductive system of females: Ovarian tumors; absorption of eggs; enlargement of the yolks; in flammation of the oviduct; breaking down behind. Miscellaneous diseases: Diseases of the liver; diseases of the skin; chicken-pox. Special diseases of chickens: White diarrhra; leg weakness. Infectious diseases! Tuberculosis; Jul! MB p earance So of Summer Dresses, Waists, White Skirts, Muslin Underwear, Corsets, Wash Goods, Laces, Neckwear, Gloves, Children's Dresses, Ladies' House Dresses. Big Sale Gloves and Ladies' Neckwear Silk Hose 75c Shopping Bags with safety clasp, each 50c Ladies' Neckwear, Colars and Sets, each.... .....10c, 15c, 19c, 25c, 50c July Sale of Waists One hundred $1 Waists for, each.. 50c Fifty $1 Waists to sell at, each. . . .69c Fifty $1- Waists to sell at, each. . . .79c $1.50 Jap Silk Waists $1.00 Lot Colored Silk Waists at ............. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98 Bargains in Muslin Under wear and Corsets See the bargains: Robes, Combina tions and Skirts. ' See the 75c Night Robes at.. ...... 50c See the 85c Night Robes at........ 59c ' 12 styles of 39c Corset Covers at.. 25c ANNUAL SALE of Linen Towels, Scarfs, Center Pieces, Bed Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Slips Come, and don't miss these bargains. Wash Goods Sale On one table, all Wash Goods that were 15c up to 25c, your choice, per yard ......10c and 12 c White Ratine Skirts .... ... ...... .98c White Pique Skirts .... .... . . . . ,.98c Palm Beach Skirts .......... . .,$1.25 Others up to $2.25 for f. . .$1.50 Clean-up sale on all House Dresses', $1.25, $1.50 value, at $1.00 and $1.25 Prevention the Secret. To the uninitiated, quite a threaten ing iikt, but it must m borne in mind that healthy fowls have the power to throw off disease perms as readily as hu man beinps, so, while the list may seem a long one, the rhanees or Infection nr. alight where rules of health, etc., are properly observed. It is as important to be familiar with these symptoms of dis ease as with the names of them. If one goes into a poultry yard and notes a bird showing lack of iutereot in life policy as vitallv opposed to abiding generally, haiing a dumpy look caused (terman mtereaU as to our own. Vork (.lobe. -New WILLIAMSTOWlf. aire aiena nr. ofing nan.iai irv i(or rjinpf will rnr him trie honor. AS the fTina!s of the go eminent, o (hf ntf he tmit r eofi.tant?y on puarj . . . . , . . . Iprt i fin out. The rniipUg f-tft lumpi.-i ,w.c.-m ..i nrinr.i. thee ai-t iroiaUy may r interpret . tv. an4 it siiv :in tie difficult to 1 'til. w I el hr ii .w-red m,-.af.e i. en- 1 mesa that M. John.lH.ry a p.t-.f!M-e ,,,r,.!f. miw,.,,t or erattlv ili. tal. t o-lea w ill ri"t le )inu-d in a p.ierrm nt : nwned tru'-tore for tie year at Wet. The amount ef r4 tape rr'-1 )', , sarr in fn t).nng, in t'-e a ).i r m t .?, a federal imiiH.'-c pf''' pi in 1 -e r ' . 1-er, t?st a ronai-raMe part of 1'.; f yeara rpre. I in t'e -rf;-l Va w ill f'-qmrej ??e tH ettr . 1 -rm vf a jw atrti'1'tr. i. em. f.!1-i. ,,t ! Ike ',! " t ff frm rear. then. tr pi.i' 4 M. .'r'iry "ir' t t be frt ( 1't ia an ap tat "ft r t'e r" h-if A T at? pj i..r ;i. m .r: K nr te 'W i rtn.i'fm 'Si t ' .. , 'rr tr1.4 f t t !'.t, t? rwjw! - ? i . --, nm r.-r.. .' Vtt. at ' . t t. . afl in W ft i , i ? ij ,r e.w -t-f t a i' . e5 it v t' . -r w, i a-t w -'f . a, ' -g e - . ? pr4 t . rijwt Ms , vm -t iff f f . . - ('V-''. W'i t -1 ' ' f I "9: f .- riovf t ? f . ".f . i'jf ft t f.-w.-f- t Vw-.tr tA m" r , ,s ttL A ' t '.r ; ti a- ? - are Kt !at t' y n'd t r. Inirenti.ty a e! n m 4- i.iMI irtri. ale .y.tf-nn f p'x f lit now it ia ap( liet latfe !r to t e inwMwn of -r t meamnur i -t 4 ..... '.t-l. Tine tr-Mire t Kat "-m nff.te n( I irt.l- on t s.e nr t. Biy ha' 4e;.t .f nuUr im-p--'t. Jf r.t..fl, p. ia l.arii in far icnt'al ewirtrv. I"w n.i-h lierl-r rt n ut f m t' muntri'-a if -, rr- rt. hfr ail n rjis to Y afra.ne4 l.r.ifi a w.'it.l i v in li tk i't I. . .f ir,'iririlii tt rr. i lt l !f. eit'-f 11 H."M that t. Am i, ! tk HetH t r! ln a ii rl 1 1 a a iw U ';- .f ;! tSir.j-. ani a M.i-wH itwot '"T 11.- r. ax 'i ib.n Th th f-iern- mtvt tn f.nl H in -iti 'r I. .B-t tf 0 MafW-r hi lirnt" 1 r. f e-"',-- X a i"l f w-r . . . n t ' W ! .it i ' n r-f - i, .a v '- fc tne' . . H ) ,t ''el t. i ' i- 1 hi i ! H it - e.tr ' t w (! fn t .! ....?, -t t a! A i.-n.'t . : . ' n - 'W --1 t ' ' 1! ' T..w(-w .! '' l ' ,. 4 ? . li i i ,. ... t ... t"t a ,--- J . .j r - i . There is to be a preaihinf aenric at th lniveralist church rtest Sundav, tulr 1. lit Pv. teorpe T. rortier of Jt- Alhana, at the usual time of morn ing Hf-vice. AH are cordially invited. Ilia fir engine has arrived and is stored for trie rreaent in n of tW sheds near the Metltodiet church. It is reported that aom sliglit chsngra will t neeeanary In the height of tle mam ot to fie er.jine hoiiae or lore the rnpine can t placed inwde, Norman Pratt, N. It. Rhinaon and Miow Mattw and PIle flobibaon re tumel from a week'a outing at tamp Msrtia. M lt4n. They hrongM k a t'lod'r ami r !r of fih and iKm iiiteret ing im rs tf lanta found in tat i u ir itr. So. tal daeee in grartre 't nriav vemr,ff. Julr IT. Ma.ie tr f Ivtnwnt's ori Ut ra. Lwyboriy invrt- ?r. Vtii'iam V. !" berts .J 'r 11 j tV-wlul ha laU-!r iit-d Vra Mary ShrWiima at M"rtr!. V'. Vmhiin. l;d in town (MKwril tewra n i"r ku.-fct, t( late J. O. fr Ww, lwt' vt th M. F c5 wrrfc hew. i It t if i tA Jf,.f-t U mar ta-! r- 1 1 i ao '' t t etar- t'f .'inart, I I . e-f Vi , a in- f-e ta. :', t e. .1 ant e? the lnt4 -' hw f ri' f jwr.iik. t W IV r'" " i. 1 r t !..: ! g e. ! I T.. B Vt"W i Wi? f-T t"v4 t or ,.. He . 't ' ia at,i, bv i'ontractinn of the neL, ruffled feath era, disinclination to nm aoout, and usually remaining in dark cornera alone, with comb and wattles either pale or dark purplish and shmcled, that bird shoul i be removed at nc to a room or small portable house reserved aa a hos pital. Here, with the aid of a reliable book, on poultrv diseases, the saner should endeavor to diagnose the rase and ap ly th remedy rectun mended. Aa a rule, the simpler ailments yield read.ly to treatment, atd raiiwrs of poultry will d well to f roiide themaelve. with some of the standard remii-s fur colds, liver trouble, d.arrbtra, rtc., rMamahle from anv rioultry lmue. As a matter of fact. the uret way to rr'ent c!iwa ia to ohwTe to the la.t MtT all the laws r-f hvgiene. which mean seeing to it that the foii'trr hntia ,a always e)w. ditto ; tbe food, yardo, and th t'trds tbem als. The house ahnutd I in ipple pie nr iir when the birds are put tt. t, and tb-n it (irniM hut I'ttie trouble ti V p It ". An el4 hou trit he white sho4 tWm,jrhty evirt ii nfitha, and Iewia pie. the f4l (g t irifer1 mg .'Im k fur ti ra purp e- f ive quarts of en-am t4 ,m ii.re nia.'d t rB- tiMewr f Tm , -t j'-nt of r ri'.h um m tjiia't of a.ee"eti 'Tfeia aniitur, lma, "ehntiW be w21 aiirred awd d:!utd wtth .a equal am"urt f at. tt.- apad w f"-r punsp t rwutV trie t irie. I A in th-a tit. .the " till e!i-h thee thing. Mt'r Tsf i'r n4 unJ' H an if appiird iw'h tT-o.ti ; t!. t "f akin .k iU v;r n4?0?-d ed irwd ft lire rfie.j-k t f-t t l ! " " ;l era m-4 rniw; tir r tf'i m ! iSi f e, fr-n - win! fi rw kfg ir lie (Mrt aTl rH t " t.-Trt t-'.-i,.. t f"T W-jrg ew. t j -it"-TT,!?.i4 I tk.m !-t. ar.l t curtains, brush them thoroughly, also remove all the old litter and burn it. In returning the nests to their places, put some tobacco stems in the bottom to discourage lice. Sunlight and plenty of fresh air are both essential to the good health of tbe fowls. A Desirable Honse. A house, 20x20 feet in sire, 9 feet high in front and t'j feet in the back, will provide ideal conditions, for both sunlight and fresh air, if a 10x5-foot window frame is put in on the soutn side (the high side), and provided with muslin curtains for very cold nights, and two 3x5-foot window frames, with glass sash, are all provided for the same side. The feed should also be clean and fed in a cleanly manner. All mouldy or musty grains and mashes should be avoided, and no moistened food, such as a masb, should be left from one feeding to another. The drinking ves sels must be kept sweet and clean, and b filled with fresh water. Every four weeks they should be washed out thor oughly with boiling water, to which has been added torn, good disinfectant. Nev er permit ailing fowls to drink out of the same vessel as the others; at least, take the precaution of putting tome harmless antiseptic in the water. Th. birds, as well as the house, must be kept clean by providing them with ap lace to dust themselves in. The easiest wsy to do this is to cover th. floor of the entire clean by providing them with a place to sifted coal ashes, sand, and pound of insect powder. A filthy yard will al ways breed infection very quickly. If there is ample room, provide aa larg. a vard as possible; the best war is to have two yards for each pen, and keep one always planted to green crop, thus disposing of th surface droppings, and at th sam time turning thm to good account. (Coprricht. '. Vr K R. Parking-AH nvtita riru HERE IS The Best IN EVERY RESPECT. is a ii i i ii 1 1 35 pill! -- C - r f i r Clean -Up Sale Of Ladies' Tan Oxfords and Pumps All Ladies' $3.50 Tan Oxfords $2.50 All Ladies' $3.00 Tan Oxfords $2.00 All Ladies, $2.50 Tan Oxfords $1.50 A chance to get cool, comfortable Footwear at a big reduction. Also several lines of Ladies' Black Oxfords, (mostly small sizes) but good style. We wish to close these up, and will sell them at less than the cost of the leather. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Barre, Verratnt 170 N. Slain St. V- Jt. '! j (l e- : w a (a PI ultimo y, GUNN v Sectional Cookcascs Art lsrsticf aW from atari to fcrm-K. A constant aotirr f g4e-aure ti n4uWa. la our m.itm Lr4e4jr tSe Hi cm the (TttrkH. TKai't iy cur f ua'afTt fir with rey Guns 5rwal BorAcaae re neS. X'e art fm to ! t- lt. A i UBtJBieT as lb irtasrf . COME IN. mime. Trr to ym. hirlJL Cum Soas- Bt-sbrm-i. Granite City General Store 1-15 Granite Street TELEPHONE lit Non-Poisonous Matches. M,0R " they,"t- 500 in hoi 33c dozen boxes 'Phone your order early for Fresh Fish, Cod, Swordfish, Haddobk, Mackerel, Halibut, Finnan g Haddies. Special team for delivery of 'phone orders. Onlv Union Clerks. 1 u S with every purchase of 5 cents and 0 over. U 1 Order Lehigh and Lackawanna Coke, Coke S x-"". 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