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WFIltES OF WESTERN CANADA WHERE HE IS NOW LOOATKD. Tli rarme In lilt Nutshburlmntl Are lleinr llaiittlly Taheu Up by furutar ilaiiileHle of the Unlleil Htatet. The following extract from a letter written to Mr. IlenJ. Davlcs, Canadian government agent at St. I'aul, Minn.. (ra ats excellent Idea of what la said Of Western Canada by those who have gono thereluring the past two or throe rears, "When we first arrived here and took up our hornet on the prairie near yateshoro, Assa,, for a short time we had n lit of the 'blue,' but now all hands are settled to business, lialr, hearty and contented, enjoying the flnost winter we havo ercr seen. We have got very comfortably situated, with considerable preparations for n rop, and all hopeful. 1 think this Is a very fine country, and If tho past ma son's crop la not an exception, which they claim not, 1 believe this Is going to bo the wheat field of (ho Weit. It Is filling up fast. In this township last spring thero were 2ft qiiarter-ser-tlons of land vacant and today there Is not one. I can stand at my houso and count ten houses where there was not one last spring, with six inoro to go up this spring. This Is only a sample of what Is going on nil round. We Intend (o build a church next summer, right oloso to my place, so wo will be strictly In line. It would havo amused you to havo been here last spring. Thero wero crowds of land-scekcrs, and some times In the spring tho prairie Is not very Inviting, and of course Iota wero discontented. Thero waa one In tho crowd who Jumped on me for putting a letter In tho paper, only for which ho never would have come here. and he waa very hostile, but eventunlly ho got a place and today cltlma ho would not tako a thousand dollars nnd move out, so I am glad ho Is satisfied. "Well, my doar air, as Arthur Fin ney Is about to movo out In March, with his. family, and also one of my sons, anything you can do for them to assist them along and to mako things smooth as possible, will bo greatly appreciated by mo. I will cloio for this time, and will write from tlmo to tlmo to let you know we nro living. Drop us a few lines to let us know how tlilnga aro moving In fit. Paul. "Yours Respectfully. "ALEX. OA M EltON." A Cllrl i;trclier. A lC-ycnr-old girl In the pulpit was tho attraction nt Holy Trinity Uaptlst church, Brooklyn recently. She preach td morning and crenlng, nnd wan able to mako her hearers forget that sho waa only a young girl, such as ordi narily would hardly asplro to anything moro Important In church work than Sunday-school teaching. Ths girl began preaching when she was 13, and from tho first was ablo to hold 'tho attention of her audience, and tl Impress them with her erudition and earnestness, A London paper stirs that General Flutter was onco In company with Lord Oharles Deresford coming down tho Nile, and as tbolr boat approached tho first cataract a slmrp dlsrusslon arose as to which was the proper channel to take. The soldier advised one, tho sail or another, but In the end Iluller'a channel waa followed, with perfect suc cess. "You aee, I was right," tho gen era! exclaimed, exultantly. "What of that?" rotorted Deresford; "I knew It was the light one myself, and I rely only recommended the other becauso I know you would opposo whatever I aid." 1900 There !Teryeoo4 rcooa way n Si Jacobs Oil I should cure RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO SCIATICA fcr the rot of the eeftlury. One per. anion at rcaten i u uoct tuir, SURELY AND PROMPTLY Magnetic Mil mi Tfe WMhler &l tie Age No Boiling No Coeklaq It Stiffens the Goods It Whitens the Goods It polishes the Goods It makM all garments freed and erltp wben first buucht new, Try a Snmplo Pbokobo You'll like lllf you try It. You'll buy It It you try It. you'll use It It vtm try It. Try It Hold by all nrostra. nPtlDRV"1! oitoayenr, ore UtXKJ I C I qtfekrtMefeSjilrttiVetFOftt tW Hue " artlBI.lt 1 al It UlTff UatUOfBt tSU. US. U. U. Mil l MIS, B.l K, iJUaU, fit. BOBS AND BOERS. British Ocneral's Hans Appear to Work Sacces&f ally. LADYSM1TII GARRISON REJOICES Uses Recent ef the leformitleo that Ota. rrcstli m Rellcvccl Wmbtrlty, Other Wtr Niwi. London, Fed. 19. Lord Roberta combinations for tho movement of the troops, detailed with precision, were carried out, although obstacles that bad not been foreseen had to be orercome. Tho execution of his design began at 3 a. m. Bunday. den. Frenoh rodo into when he vc duo according to the Field Marshall's time table, hnvlng. In four and n half days, marrhed ninety miles with artillery, and having fought two small engagements. Tho relief of Klmberley waa accom plished with the loan of only fifty men. Twenty thousand Infantry tnndo splen did inarches under n troploal sun and through 11 dust storm to hold tho poal Uoiis which (Ion. French look. 1-ord Kitchener was with (Jen. Tuck er's division. In coniequonco of his transport arms, four divisions moving over ths sandy veldt, nro fed and wa tered. It Is hardly possible to appro clato adequately the mathematical pre clslon with which every part of the transport department has worked, marched through the day, tolling nl most steepleaaly th-oughout tho night, victualing tho army and) evolving every hour results from seeming chaos. Kverybody did what was oxpeoted of him cheerfully, though ensuring fright ful fatigues. Few slept mora than three hours. Tho battalions, hour after hour, tolled through ths heavy aand uncomplainingly, and when now and then a man fell out of tho ranks exhausted, ho would rejoin his compa ny later of tor ho hud rested. Bomo fifty or sixty wero overcome by tho heat and had to be sent to the rear In tho backward defllo of empty wagons. The rapidity of I.ord Huberts' move ments away from his baso has col veil one of tho problems of tho war. Ho and Lord Kitchener have created a mo bllo force, ablo to movo In exterior lines and to outllank tun Doers, so won derfully niobllo. Tho position of tho Doer army at Spyfontola bolng untena ble, Ocn. Conjo ordorod a rotreat. At tho moment this dispatch Is written It Is uncertain whether his wholo force or only a portion has gono toward Dloomfontcln. It Is posslblo that part La going north of Klmberley. U la supposed that n 29-ton gun is still In tho neighborhood of Klmbor ley. Tho road from Jaeobsday to Mod- den, river station Is now open. A Ladysinlth heliograph message says that tho lloera havo been very no tlvo during the last tew days, and are evidently making a movo somowhero. The garrison was greatly delighted to learn of tho relief of Klmberley. It Is In excellent spirits, and fit for any' thing. Humors huvo been In circulation nt tho clubs and olsewhere In London that (Jen. Cronje, with au army of 7000, has been captured. Apparently they emanated from the continent. No confirmation can bo ob talned. den Kelly-Kenny Ls still pursuing tho Doers. Ho has now copturod more than 100 wagons. Tho Highland bri gade reinforced hint after a forced march. den. French has left Klmborley to Join In tho pursuit of the Uoer army. Tho guards hare occupied the Uoer position at Magersfonteln. Tho Doers have abandoned several laugers. (Jen. Duller renewed tho bombardment of the Beer position with out eliciting a reply. Another forward movement Is regarded as Imminent. (Jen. Duller has established his head quarters on Huisar hill. Heavy art!! lery flro was maintained by both sides from Wednesday until Friday. The DrltUti slowly pushed the ad vance, an dthelr Infantry occupied e- trenched new positions In front of Hut ear hill with slight losses. It Is believed (hat the lyddite worked havoc In the Deer trenches. The lloera aro supposed to have moved their kum back Friday after noon. The llrlUss) leak at tlraw. Tho whole eoHRtry W thiekly wooded. Qov. UkUmub will remain at Louis vine till the atorts settle the Kentueky guuennawrai. ltryaM ! Mrookttlll. Breeksvllle. Fla., Feb. 17.-On his arrival Mr. Bryan was welcomed by a largo erowel Ha was driven to tho mWsvee of his oousln. Judge Jon nidge, where an Informal reception waa betel. At Htwet a barbecue was served In the ewtrtfeewse square, after which Mr. Bryan addressed the ptwple on the question i the day. Ho was empha tic In bis statement that the old Issuo of 1 to 1 waa tho "only relief In store for the ouMHton people." Ills speech aroused mush enthusiasm. Itoaerta' 1'roaUtnatlon. Capo Town, Feb. 18. Lord RbbnU has Issued a proclamation to th burgh- era of tho Orange Free State, saying that he feels It his duty to make known to all ths burghers tho cause ot the coming ot the HrltUh, as well as to do all in his power to termlnato tho de. va-itatlon caused by tho war, anci that It tho burghers should continue fighting they may not do so Ignorantly, but with a full knowledge of their responsi bility beforo dod for tho lives lost In the campaign. The proclamation goM on to say: "Wo believe the unwarranted Inva sion oMlrltlth territory was noj com mitted with the general approval of the. people of tho Free State, with-whom tho British government baa lived In complete amity for so many yeara. It believes the responsibility rests wholly with the government of tho Free Btate, acting not In the Interest ot the coun try but under mlsehlevoua Influences from without. "Great Britain, therefore, wishes the people ot the Free State 'to understand that It beara them no 111 wind, nnd so far as Is compatible with the successful conduct ot the war and the re-ostab-llshmcnt of pease, It is anxious to pre. serve them from the evils ot tbolr Gov ernment." In conclusion I.ord HoberU warns alt burghers to desist from further nets ot hostility toward her majealty's govern ment and troops, and ho gives direc tions regarding requlstlons and complaints. Xw Tork HllMnrU. New York, Feb. 17. With all the fu ry of a blizzard the first real snowstorm of the winter descended upon Now York Saturday acoompalned by high winds. About ten Inches of snow had fallen by midnight, but tho fall was then growing lighter and the air turn ing cold. dreat was the menace to shipping, be cause of tho blinding snow and the Inshore winds. Tho last ship to arrive In this pb'rt Saturday was tho Cdtapanla, which passed Quarantine at 4:30. The American St. I.ouls was due Saturday, but alio was not repotted up to midnight. La Touralne Is duo tomor row, but It Is not expected sho -will reach port on time. The last ship out was the Ktrurla, whloh left Iter pier at S n. m. Tho Graf Walderaeo, whloh at tempted to pass out. went aground near Homo Shoals at 0 p. m. Harbor shipping was almost at a standstill. On Land tho sralni wore do layed, nnd In many Instances stalled, by tho storm, ho high wind causing the snow to drift. At a result of tho storm thu poor of tho city suffered greatly, and the De partment ot Charities had to extend Its utmost energies to relluvo tho sufforers. Coiirrltuil. Washington, Feb. 19. Late Satur day tbo houso pasted tho leglslatlvo and Judicial appropriation bill after having It under consideration four days. A spirited colloquy between Mr. Suiter (Dem.) of Now York and Mr. arosvonor (Hep.) of Ohio waa thefea turo ot tho session. Fresh from ths nntl-trutt conference In Chicago, Mr. Sulxer directed tho attention ot the houss to the "monster monopolies. " whloh ho Mid were being fostered by by tho Republican administration. Tho utterances drew the flro of Grot venor who referred to tho "political garbage" which Mr. Sulrer had brought back to Washington after his "hippo vice presidential candidate." dromlng tour" through tho West, as "a Tbo civil ecrvlcj appropriation bill, (which waa stricken out of tho appro priation In committee of the whole, wa restored In tho house by a vote of 77 to 12J. Tho senate had no session, lUeatuilani of TlmnUi. Frankfort, Ky., Fob. 19. The Hepub llean house Saturday adopted a resolu tion extending Its thanks to "that gal Innt soldier and patriotic atatesman, Gov Roosevelt, for words of cheer to Gov. Taylor," nnd further resolved that they would never eease In their efforts till the aoebel eleoUon law Is repealod. Another resolution waa adopted ex tending thanks to tha Indiana League ot Republican clubs for sympathy and encouragement to Gov. Taylor, and an earnest plea for elvll liberty. Tbo house aecslon only lasted flro minutes, Tho (elate met and adjourned. Barry Boone, colored, was froxen to death at Annlston, Ala. Postmaster kelley of Loekhart drop Pbd dead while feeding bla stock. The differences between the emnlnv. en eud Journeymen-plummers at Hous ton wore atuleabty settled. Killed the Olrl's father. Blootnfleld, la., Feb. 19. Leslie Kas uurn, 21 yeara old, shot Jasper Button, an- aged oltlzen, Sunday morning, three bullets penetrating tbo abdomen and ea using Instant death. Bostburn called at Sutton's homo to take hla 18-year-old daughter. Allee. to eburch. Tho father met him at tho door and or dered him away. An altercation on sued and Sutton followed JSastburn to the road. Wiunnni in ilrnurn tiv both men. but Bostburn fired II rat. tho other man falling beforq bo could raise uw weapua. EVKNT8 OF EVERYWHERE Venezuela's extra tariff has been re pealod. Insurgents hnre captured Hegnta, capital of Colombia. A Llneoln Republican olub has been organized nt Ardmore, I. T. The fund for the Dewey area has reached fgOO.000. Much sugar cane has been destroyed by the .revolutionists oil tho Island ot Martinique. A Berlin paper says the naval bill wilt bo thrown out after liaiter aud th' relenting dissolved. A largely attended masmcctlng to express sympathy with the lloera was held at Fort Smith, Ark. The Jcrfrles-Corbett fight will tako plaee May 14, before the Seaside Ath letto club, Coney Island, N. Y. Deputy Marshal Weston arrested W. .'aekeon nt Ardraovc, I. T., on a war rant charging him with counterfeiting. Tho Welcome grocery of Outhrle, Ok., was burglarized ot several hundred dol lars' worth of goods aud oath, tho third tlmo within n month. An Interpellation upon affairs In Mar tinique, whore n revolution Is Imminent, baa been postponed one month by the French obnmber ot deputies. Tho new Cnthollo church at Fort Smith, Ark., completed last autumn at a cost of $76,000, has been pronounced unsafe on account of a break In the wall. Tho exporta ot tbo United States to the Hawaiian Islands tor cloven months ending with November, wero $10,106, 167. Tho Imports for the same porlod were $21,072,002. The steamer Nleetn, from Galveston, overhauled a 30-foot launch ISO miles off Charleston. 8. C. Tho three men aboard had lost their course 1 n fog nnd were out ot oil. Kdltor Bolton of ths Woodward (Ok.) News, and livestock Inspector has been appointed n member ot the board of re gents of the agricultural nnd mediant est collego of Oklahoma. At n meeting ot tho board ot direc tors of the Federation of Women's clubs held at Washington, tho proposed meeting In Paris next Juno ot tho Fed erated club was nbandoned. It la said that tho Samonn Islands are to be governed by n naval ofllcor with tho tltlo ot commandant. Instruc tions will bo given to Commander Sohrocder before he starta to his now post. H. C. Frlok has filed suit against An drew Carncglo and tho Carnegtn Stool company, llmltod, alleging that tho transfer ot his property to the defend ants was null and void. Six counts are sot forth In tho document. The Creek delegation, composed ot Isparhccher, I). M. Hodge, Cub Mcin tosh, George Alexander and A. P. Mo Kellop, left for Washington. Oen. Por ter will follow. Tho commissioners would not talk of tho changes or modi fications ot the treaty as agreed upon. A bill has been presented In the Mississippi legislature providing for nn appropriation to the I.oulslana Charity hospital at Now Orleans. This hospital In the century and moro ot Its oxtst enco has freely housed, fed and glren medical aud surgical treatment and nursing to 100,000 Mlssttatpptans. At n stormy session nt tho Great Northern hotel, Chicago, the new Amer ican Baseball oaioclatlon was formal! organized with aeven clubs. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Louts and Loutsvtllo In the west, and Boston, Baltimore and Philadelphia lit tbo cast. Prince Henry of Prussia while trav eling In Slam was robbed ot two bt cyelea nnd $1000. Georgo D. Cook & Co. of Chicago havo taken n aecond lseuo ot tho state ot Jalisco, Mexico, bonds, to the amount of $1,000,000 gold, tho proceeds fjr which go to the purpose of Im provements In the city 0?. Guadalajara, which Is the capital. Sailor Tom Sharkey and Joe Goddard tho barrier champion, met at a Phila delphia hall, In what waa to have been1 a six-round bout. Goddsrd, however, was clearly outclassed and waa saved In the middle ot the fourth round from an almost certain knockout by his trainer, Jack Baugherty, throwing up tbo sponge. Webster Davis, assistant secretary ot tbo Interior, who has been making a tour through the Transvaal country, ar rived at Pretoria and Is sailing on tho steamer Kanseler, for tha United States. He is coming via Naples. Ho has bad an Interesting trip. Tho Baptist church suit, at Durant, I. T., which has been pending tbero for the last eighteen months, was settled In a court ot equity at Atoka, I. T., by giving tho old ehuroh all tbo church property and giving defendant, John H. Mania, a Judgment tor $2$. The New York presbytery decided by a vote of 77 to M net to try Dr. Arthur 0. Meaiffort ot the Union Theologleal seminary on the charge of heresy pre ferred by Rev. G. W. Dlroh, stated clerk ot the preehyterr at the January saoeUug 1'lie tis1iliorr. Atutln. Tex., Feb. 1. The senate Thursday ronsldettd tho general de- delcnry and additional appropriation bill. Mr. Dlbrell scoured tbo nduptlutt ot an amendment Inserting $1000 to refund filing fees to those who filed on public domain under the nets of 1879 and 1151, but to whom putonto were not Issued. Tha bill was than flnnlly passed with the luncrgoury clauto at tached. Tho senate next considered Mr. Staf ford's bill placing In tho hands ot tha counties tho printing ot nil blanks nnd receipts used In the attesting aud col lection of taxes. Amendment! bv Mun Miliar ami "Terrell wero adopted providing that such printing bear the Printers' union label, where practicable. Messrs. Oom, Mcdee, Patterson nnd Ynntls opposed the bill, while Ita au thors defended It. Messrs; Turney and J nm en also opposed tbo bill. A motion tu postpone further con sideration of the bill until Monday waa lost ay cb 12, not IS. Mr. Yanila offered au amendment providing that the atato and not tbo county shall bear tho expense ot such printing. lxt ny&g 13, 1100s 11. Mr. Yimlls moved n call ot tho Mou nt, but thu absentees woro oxcused nnd tho bill wan pawed ilnally by n vote of ID ayes to 11 noes. Tho special order, tho Lewis and Odcll double-header bill, was tukeu up, with Mr. Greer's suhitltuto pending, Tho substitute transfers the question to tho railroad commission, giving that tribunal Jurisdiction over cither tho regulation or total ubolltlon ot double heading. Tho substitute, after a heotod discus sion, was adoptod IS to 10. Tho first thing on tnp when the houto met Thursday wax tbo following by Messrs. Kennedy, Kills and Cham bers: Resolved, That tho rules heretofore adoptod for the consideration of houso bill No. 1 (tho tax bill) bo and tbo same aro hereby reaclnded and that the bill bo conslderod ns a wholo and that a voto for tho engrossment thereof bo had at 3:30 p. mto-dny. Tho following substltuto by Messrs. Garner, Conoly, Suvago nnd McAnslly wbh sent up: Resolved, That this houso rescind Its action wherein It decided (0 consider tho tax bill by section nnd thnt here after wo consider thu bill by chapter; nnd bo It Hoftolvcd, That wo como to n final voto upon tho passage ot the bill at 12 o'clock, 110011 Saturday. Mr. Kennedy stated that Messrs. Kills and Chambers would ncccpt tho substi tute, but personally he would not. Tho aubstltuto was then divided, tho first voto being taken or thu section to rniclnd tho present mode ot proceduro. Tho aye and no voto resulted ayos 60, jioos 40 aud tho speaker ruled that tho nyos prevulled und the motion was adopted. Mr. Shropshlro raised the point that it requtrod two-thirds to reconsider. Tho speaker held that tho original resolution having boon adopted by a majority vote, It could be reconsidered or rcsolndod by a majority voto. Tho noxt voto waa tnken on tho olauso providing that tho bill bo con sidered by ohaptor. Adopted aye 05, noen 40. lujunrtluii tlraiited, Waco. Tex., Feb. 10.-8. 15. McClellan filed a petition for an Injunction against It. A. Price, restraining tbo lat ter from negotiating or disposing ot a certain note tor $4,600 btarllng tho sig nature ot tho petitioner. It is alleged in tho petition ot 8. L McClellan that he waa forced to algn a blank promis sory note, whloh was afterward filled out for tho amount stated. He caused caso resulting In a mistrial and Is dock eted for tho next term. The Injunc tion was granted. lndletiuenle. Beaumont. Tox., Feb. lO.The grand Jury returned two true bits ot ndlct ment for murder 11 the first degree One was against Jack Martin, the fore man ot tha screwraan'a gang, who was the first man placed In Jail, and J. J. Canada, agent at Port Arthur for n brewing automation, who was arrested here Wednesday. There have been a large unwImt of Pert Arthur citizens Jury. here as witnesses before tbo grand Jury. Tho senate aubstltuto for the house eurreoey bill passed the former body on tho ISth, In the house Grosvenor attacked the elvll service law. 'Jefferlee and Oerbett wU fight May He Kept Ilia Vow. Ilnnte. Tex., Feb. le-In 1892. when cotton took auoh a decided drop lr price. Mr. M. T. Mills, a farmer living two miles cost) of linnls, s-tored his en tire erep of 17 balea In hla barn nnd registered a vow that he. would hoi' ' till he eauld soil It for 8c a pound. Slnee then be has rnlswl eotton and sold at prevailing prleee, but continued to hold his eld eotton. Thursday Mr. Joe Haw klua went out to the Mill farm and bought the entire 17 balee, paying 8c a) pound for It llnita Hay Receipts. Among1 some curious records ot the Hudson Bay company are receipts) which read hj follows. "Received per Lapwing, Jane Goody, as por Invoice, In good condition." "Received per OS prey. Matilda Timblns. Returned per lapwing, as not being In accordance with description contained In Invoice. Theso belong to pioneer times, when white men who settled In new parts ot tho country wero either obliged to re main bachelors, marry squaws or send east for wives, trusting to tho Judg. ment of tho company to select thorn and send them out Merer Rode ft heel. Mr. Pope ot Boston, who has made millions out of the manufacture of bi cycles, baa nover learned to ride a wheel himself. Nevertheless he Is fa miliar with every part ot the "bike, from the smallest nut to the largest bar. 8UCCEB0 iron THE DAIRY. To secure the beet reeultt In the cure ot tnllk and butter, attention rautt be glren dttallt. Tie milking mutt I properly done, and all reticle uied mutt In) kept ecrupiilouily rtesn by waihlng morning end night In hot water with lrory Hoop, then rlnelng welt In cold water and setting out to air nd etin. F.UZA R, PA UK Kit. Tell tho truth whether you havo an audlcnco or not. Mr 1. Wlnelow's Hmillilng Hjran. roTcbtklrtn ttrlblor, infirm the om,rfluff la emttuUoa,t!li;iptla, curat w ind colic tie eboUlt. There nro fewer Itlnda ot work that are of more utility and benefit thsu that ot road making. What many desire Is UleiltKtlon at halt price. TO OOHH A COM) IN OMR DAT, Take f-aintlre llrumo Quinine Tablet. AU ttrufsUt retiinil tho money If It fi: to euro. Sc. K. W. O rove's slzasture on cacU box. It has been truly said that on ounce ot performance Is Infinitely better than a pound of promises. loir lUtre tu Mil nil time, For tho benefit ot thoso desiring to attend Mardl Gras festivities at Now Orleans, tho Texas and Pacific Railway company will on February 19, 20, 21. 22, , 24, 2C. 26, sell round trip tickets to New Orleans at ono tare, with final limit for return March 10, 1900. Fo further particulars see nearest Ticket Agent or wrlto 13. P. Turnt.-. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Lvtlaa, Texas, r , rrr-- rw ferry's grow paying crops became they're frciti and always ttie btet. For etloerery where. lunueeubitltutei. (Hick to ferry'e Rle and protper 10OO Bred Annual freo. Write tor It. 0. M. rennr CO., Detroit. Mich. Send vour rum: and address on a! I posts), and we will send you our I5&-, 1 pige Illustrated ratalocue free. j I WINCHESTER REPEATING1 ARMS CO. (74 Wlnchitttr Aitnue, New listen, Conn.Jf INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION AT Toxas-Moxloo FEB'Y !2XJb-S Nominal Excursion Rnto VIA Santa Fe Route,. fell on ticket agents fur program, Three Days' Entertainment. W. 8. KEENAN, O. P, A, IN 3 Oft 4 YEARS m INDEPEHDENOE USSUBESI mHf,VWZii bomeiinWetterat i rn e'j rmr m m 1 ana ma is If you tike up rout urKi;nu f v. ..... tj. 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