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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

.wrv? m Tr lt ov .' a .22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 14, 1801. ".. . ' n 1"' "' TTV - f-.rt,it,m ..1..11 1 SVvtffyJiJscfcsi.. ESTABLISHED 1874. J. GERMUILLER, ARCHITECT, No. 015 E STREET N.W. Pine Dwellings a Specialty. J. A. SIBLEY, The Bronson Steel Water Tube Boilers W; WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR iFloors, Walls, and Fireplaces, vSlale and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER "Pirst St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING JOSEPH MATHI, Tin and Shoot-Iron "Workor. STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES. Manufacturer of Buppltes for Bakers, Butchers, Dairy Farmers, Milkmen, Painters, Confectioners, Ico Cream Dealers. DAIRY LUNCH ROOMS FITTED UP IN FINEST STYLE. 11)19 PENNSYLVANIA AYE. Prompt Attention to Jobbing. Phono 71P. Work Guaranteed. J. W. BARKEK. THE LARGEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WASHINGTON FOR Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators, Oil, Yapor, and Gas Stov...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

7 -snmf.9 t. "tl - " , i, . , ,) f ,,, - tl i MM. -, , V-7-C . 1 .(. - I n THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, TUNE 1-4,1891. u i KKAIj ESTATE NOTES. Robinson White et al. linvo bought in trust for $7,000 lot 78, Lanier Heights. H. Kuowles has purchased of W. A. Coul tpnfor $4,000, sub. 24, block 11, Le Droit Pari;. Elizabeth Dovlno has bought for $13,122 o J. K. Clark lots 2(5 to 32, inclusive, of the white Haven subdivision. . v ' The American Security and Trust Company ha6 bought of M. L. Nocr for $17,497.50 lot 12 and lots 13, 14, and 15, Oak Lawn. D.Williams has bought for $4,700 of J. E. Boudren, parts 10 and 11, 6quaro 843, H.'s ad dition to Georgetown, 71x150 feet ou Fourth street. .1. iM. Clark has sold to Washington T. Nai lor for $13,025, parts 3 to 0, square 529,55x100 feet on Fourth Rtreet ,betwcen G and If streets northwest. Robert L. Larnerlms boucht of J. F. Brad ley for $8,250 sub. 25, square 170, 20.0Sx27.50 feet ou Eighteenth street, between P and Q streets northwest. W. . ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

Vs'-Jirsl ;- f-J!i'. JHnpfc 3ffikir ltijocnal utlli$ujcv VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAYJUNE 21, 1891. 24 RAGES. NO. 14: Shi 2)$ Q? vV 11 ROBERT AFTER SCALPS, Tho Engineer Commissioner on a Reform Rampage. HAS HE STRUCK A BAD SNAG? 'l'ho Removal of Health Officer Town Hhoud, Major Jlooro, and Collector Mnvls Said to lie DoHlrod Dr. Town sholid's Resignation Asked Tor Itut Not Vorthcomlnp; A Halt Called. Engineer Commissioner Robert is under stood to be suffering from another acute at tack ot reform fever. The great tiuth which he announced at a public meeting: some time ago, that everything that is ia the District of Columbia is wrong, has suddenly been brought home to him anew from some cause or another, and he seems to have taken a frosh start to set everything to rights imme diately, if not sooner. While the Engineer Commissioner holds the opinion that every thing in the District is wrong (with the prob able exception of himself and the President), he is understood to bo convinced ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNK 21. 1S91. , .i ktf fan ll , PEACE ALMOST IN SIGHT WHEN HOMR-THROWERS HKOKK UP TIIK NEGOTIATIONS. minister Egnn's Mediation to Stop tlio Rloodshctl in Chill Foiled by Revo lutionary Plotters "Wild Scenes In Santingo. A private letter received from Santiago under date of May 14 contains much interesting In formation concerning affairs in Chili, of which the following is an abstract: "Through the clever intervention of Mr. Egan, the United States Minister, a conference had been brought about between the Govern ment and the revolutionists which might have resulted in the end of the war but for an un fortunate episode which occurred yesterday evening, whereby the lives of the Minister of the Interior and several other distinguished men of the Government were jeopardized. This has opened tho wounds which the salve of good counsel was trying to heal, and there is no telling when the war will end. "The members of tho Govcrment declared that no proposition for...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

y. ,.., teV WH&B&wt rf&t ,mr -.' " ' -' mmy q4'mwwsmr- r"-? r'' '"Wiwwi'!!- THE SaNDAYHfeRALD, SUKDAYJUNE21.1891. ! I ' It1 Hi TALK OF THE THEATRES. ONIiY TIII3 NATIONAL TO UK OPKN THIS WKKK. "I'rlnoo Ittothutmlein" Jo lo the Kill .Summer Oporn 1'ntroiin Jjlko l-'imiltliir IVovtts Clone of tlio Cnrloton Season Notes anil Gossip. Tlio summer opera patrons seemsomekow to taho moro kindly to the old familiar works than to thoso of modern dato. Perhaps it is because operas tbat grow old in service must at the beginning havo possessed genuine merit, or perhaps it is because in summer puoplo are intellectually and emotionally, as well as physically, indolent, and don't care to exert themselves sufficiently to catch on to the new melodies. To follow the familiar strains of a work they have heard played and sung a hundred or a thousand times is as easy as breathing, and anything that demands more exertion thau breathing no sensible person is inclined to do on 6uch nights as thos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

"nr-i ,(.. , THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNE 2X 1S91. I. s rn ' M 19 ' 6 f AND Wccfti'e (ttaftonaf 3nfcfftgcnccr. the National Intelligencer CSTAELISHED 1600. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED Hie, Entered nt the Tost Ofllco nt Washington, I). C.i ns Sccond-clniR Matter. J H. SOUI.K, I ., , . ' Proprietors. ..T.HENSEY, . A Editorial nnd rubllcntlon nrtlccK South west Cor. 11th nnd K Sts. X. IV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) tnr near $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Wash ington. When checks on banks tn other cities arc sent the cost of collectionwill be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to Justify publication will be wel comed from any one, and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors arc respectfully r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

1 nffllMWIll I llllll III IIMlMU'lilHM IW I iiiiiMiimifinTiim-rir IflSftrtr'- MB SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 21. 1891. .1' !' TIRED AND SWAMPED. OKNSUS HUl'KKrNTKNOKNT 1'OKTKIt SAID TO IIAVK KKSIGNKH. Tho IUr Discharges in the Olllcc Owing to tlie KxliauHtlutt of tho Appropria tion JIavo CuuHcd it Hlocknric or Work ami Great KmlmrraHHincnl. Superintendent of the Census Porter Is un derstood to be tired o tho'load he Is carrying and of tbo way lu which his work hns been discredited. So tlrod is ho that his resigna tion is understood to have been written out and is now in tho hands ot his friends. It is not known that Mr. Porter received any noti fication from his superiors that they arc dis satisfied with tho manner In which he has conducted tho taking of tho census. It 16 be lieved, however, that President Harrison has been greatly annoyed at tho persistent attacks inado on the accuracy of tho census and tho widespread dissatisfaction with it, especially In tho Northwest. In this se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

s-r rrtM i A, .- ,1 ,, r . ;' . t T2i1lrrT-"","-s THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNK 21. LS91. "ft-w i' n A1 L fri fe s k h 4 1 it CLOSING THE SCHOOL YEAR TJIK KXKltCISKfe WKKK VKKY SUC CESSFUL AND WELT, ATTENDED. Excellent Showing for Tenchov and jPnptls nt tho Exhibits of tlio Work or llio Ycnr Personal Notes Com mencements Yet to Comoi The closing of tho public school year is an occasion equally interesting to teachers and pupils, and should appeal with like force to the interestof tho wise parent. Monday, the visiting day for teachers -who wished to examine the work of other schools bcaido their own, was goncrally improved. As usual the F'rankllng Building attracted a great many visitors, and the work of tho man ual training school was much admired as was also the map drawing in physical geogra phy and the art work on the hoards or in various stages of development. Miss Mor gan's scholars, eighth grade, exhibited some very finished specimens There aie four of her girls who preferre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUNK 21, iS9i THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Secretary Proctor Is at homo In Vermont for n few days. Lieutenant Colonel J. S. Fletcher, Second Infantry, Imb leeu retired on account of disa bility. Leave of absence for two months has heeu granted Oapt. William II. McLaughlin, Eigh teenth Infantry. Leave of absence for two months, from July 1, 1891, has been granted Thomas M. Wood ruff, Fifth Infantry. Leave of absence for ono month from July 1, 1801, has beeu granted Captain George S. Grimes, Second Artillery. Leave of absence for two mouths on sur geon's certificate has been granted First Lieu tenant George L. Anderson, Fourth Artillery. Captain Charles II. "Warrens, Fourteenth Infantry, has been ordered to proceed to his home, where ho is authorized to await retlie ment. Leave of absence for two months, with por mission to go beyond the sea, has been granted Captain Orln B. Mitcham, Ordnance Depart ment. Second Lieut. Charles R. Buss, Eleventh In fantry...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

i i s ME SUNDAY H KRALD, SUNDAY.JUNE 21, 1891. f 41 4 ii Li 4 1 lfi t' ' ! r. OUT-DOOR SPOUTS. 25NT1UUS VOll THK COLH.M11IA ATH LETIC CLUB'S riELP DAT. Tho National Club to Havo Another Shaking Up Manager Snytlor to Go Tho Fntnpsco Navy Hcgatta Gonoral f porting Gossip. Tlic annual field meeting of tho Columbia .Athletic Club takes place on Saturday aftcr noon next, June 27, on tho grouuds of the club on Analostan Island. The track and rlcld are being put In shape for tho events, and Trackmaster O'Nell says they will bo In just as good shape as they wore last fall when tho champion nicetlnsr of tho Amateur Athletic Union va6 held. Owing to tho continual illness of Secretary Perry, the work of arrang ing tho details of tho meeting has devolved on Captain Stinemetz, and yesterday ho wa6 busy getting tho entries in shape in order to send them off to the official handlcappcr of this division A. A. U., Air. W. 11. Rocap, of Philadelphia. As soon ns the handlcappcr gets the list ho will m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

Ziwr.fvm!rm 7W JUrft 33?felf Mitian&l uJslljQnjcx ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JUNE21.1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 Jitttutoi GLEN ECHO CHAUTAUQUA. TU15 OPENING COMES OFF ACCORD ING TO PROGRAMME. THE LOCAL STOCK MARKET. w I ! Thero Woro Many DlMcultion to Over come and Some Things Wont Contrary Hut on tlio Wholo tlio Enterprise I'roinlHcs Well. Glen Echo Chautauqua was formally opened on Friday undor tlio smiles of the sun shining down upon It a little too ardently to please ordinary mortals. But, notwithstanding that, it was a hoppy omen to Inaugurate the People's, University under bright skies. The electric railroad couldn't carry Half the people who wanted to got out of tho environs of the hot city Into the cooler atmosphere of the hills. With tho wise foresight that characterizes Inanimate things, the power-house at the Glen Echo groaned In anticipation of big loads to carry and died a day or two before the opening just to provo what men are capable of in an emergency. They soon had a special ag...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

V J vjW .i,. .yt.k.t'ik . ?A4- Wf''..,--Vf..-f..-i-t-. rH1 f-M.. T THE SjjNpfcAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNB'Si, 1891. t 10 V'7 ti i If ' J x9 i)l I 5, It SA i v M f i V ir if VULGAR ENGLISH "WOMEN BAB ONLOXBON'S GKEATOAMBUNO SCANDAL And the Women who nro Mixed Up In It The Summer Girl and Freckles What In Iiovo? Two Views of the Divine Feeling "Why T.ovo Is Llko Ico Cronm The Brntn's Spring DUcnsc. Correspondence of Tin: Sunday Herald: - New Youk, Juno 10. What do you think of the Gordon Gumming afiair? What do you think of the women who nrc mixed up In It t Don't they strike you as a pretty low lot t And doesn't the had blood of the so-called nristoo racy come out most beautifully In this scanda lous affair? And don't you think Ills lloyai Highness, Albert Edwahl, Prince -of Wales, lias convinced the world of his ability as a hlockhcad? For my own part I don't care whether the man is guilty or not, my sympa thies are with him. Suppose 1 said to you, "Come and stay a week at my country ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

&tt& " a . t js'. "r-v.r,'V" - v nn f'.'"'Af'Wir--1' ' " . ..TT l V I THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 21. 1S91. 11 , I1WWWWPR CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE OIF1 IFICETEi SHOES 900 SEVENTH STREET, CORNER OF I. Notwithstanding tho immonso amount of Shoes sold in tho lastfow weeks, we have a groat amount of durablo stock loft from which to select, among which wo have, tho following: Ladies' Fino Doneola $4 Handsowod Button Boots,' mirke'd d'dwu" to ohl.y'$S.'25palr. Ladles' Flno Dongola $3.50 Oxford Tics, in latest styles, tipped and Common Sense, marked down to $1.60. Men's Flno Calf and Kangaroo $3.50 or $4 Shoes, marked down to $2.50. 500 Pairs Men's Flno $3 Calf Shoes, in all styles', (as marked in our window, $1.03. Botwoon 800 and 000 Pairs Misses', Children's, and Boys' Shoos; must bo gold at half price. Wo hnvo u number of broken sizes In Misses' and Ladles' Shoes; to be s6ld at $1.25, just, about half price. You may find a pair to fit and secure an umfsual bargain....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

' ' . A t f-t T T i-.1. rf -ft. 1 1 - s r r f v a ' ff . , P ",'f'',- -:vJ ?tk.rN ..&fiz2 ja til. ,. kw-n. x w& utha iv MB2rr. nr n ri "mm vihimhwvw wrdzwMB.9 rx2nfr5r vat 5scS3nSi nv hsvvn v?jv-fczrrw iKumj(.u i -pij" !'-- --"- . HKjJr4UUfiKl tWfflHilPV vnWfmMktAflNiMHW 1 Mttd - -"-v- f--- THJLllr LttlMJWTyrtfg ySfrNjcjs. yyg i PaMA tttim WpmtEll ifcL.V l. . ..fi"vv 4lff i'w . ra::yPV 1 1 I 3 i i r i'i; m I HI hi. tiiir.yvS' UKEJKilE?tfHiitfAraiwP v TSNiPtlrSr r - a ySyyyyyTrvsssms lAiiir. w. ' "r,iinMiTrTWi .unnw tniiiHiiiuw 'xntifini MkLMHia jxvrrn &t. -iiLnyBiWBjiBi'iXM r Nnr .k njaos . iwiiiinii 1111 i i i i i i ..&.y-i iiv.m dim pmj xxi4V7 r - w uwVmmwM'"!! The President, Mrs. Harrison, and Baby Mc Kee and sister, left the city Tuesday niornlug Kt 9 o'clock, for the cottage at Cape May Point, where they will remain until late in Augu6t. The President hopes to be able to remain a week with his family at the sea-shore, to enjoy a greatly need period of rest. Mrs....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

- flW'' ,,W UrfVW-!WKVf -ft yrr- f - ' V. itli; 1 I k ' .. . . u .wA..4C. .1 4. 1 fl i& 3 .IST I 1 - 1 -f T. V rTift T rt -.-.-,,y- - ... --T -T- - , V J ' V 1 . V 1 ' ..-- l- - ' -- i - ,- ?rt.w -" W94iiriMmr99 - i '-.&" THE SUNDAY riERALD,SUNDAYJUNE21, 1891, 13" BKKKKKKKUHKKflfSKKIzTITTV '' ,.v . .... "'," r- -TiWBMHPwMwiWMPPiWff M -- - - . .. .1 --i-i "iyw""vtTi-. iTm-w -n-' -F.'mti'.,Wf,T-;, , f i 'r """" ' ' ' ....": U. ..,HiMiHi'!fftA(-Pf,"'llilli (Pu.Ki'nwH-rwrw ? . r- w .--' . -t . . -.".. - ,.J.Jtu.& . , h . GOSSIP OF TflE GIRLS. Alice Confides to Dear Louise the' Goings On in Washington. My niuit Louisi:: Tbe summer hegira has set iu In good earnest ovoti thoujAdrninlstra Hon Lns deserted tbe Capital. The President and Mrs. Harrison, the precious McKee in fants, Mrs. George B. Williams, Miss Ella War field, and a corps of the White House servants turned their backs ou the city Thursday morn ing aud are now fuiuishlng select food for the Capo May Point mosquitoe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

A. ,-..I-Wt "WI A -i " - -, 6! .i - H -. &t . ".. 8Si -ZX 'ttp " WB .11 vfturftu f! THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 21. 1891. 1& rJLVM&3M SrtOT THE SUMMER GIRIj. She's coming with tho llowers that will bloom for tiB onco more, She's coming with tho breezes that will blow along tho shore. The sun will kiss her ringlets and will tingo her cheeks with brown, "While ho who loves her madly grapples fato and toils in town, And Cupid, with the arrows that he's given her to twirl. Will guard anew tho footsteps of tho sprightly summer girl. When the robin redbreast hops around whllo yet 'tis early dawn, And tennis-players dot tho green of grassy field and lawn, We'll see her dressed In percale, with a walking-stick in hand, And In her brother's nccktlo will she stroll along tho Band, And wherothc crowd is thickest in tho summer hotel whirl, Will bloom onco more thobeauty of the charm ing summer girl. With glossy collar shining in tho light of sum mer days. With vest and sash and bl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

1 v QXi 1V r 1 1 It" THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. TUNE 21, 1891. ' iMl. V x , u& I 4 A ! I'' 4 ii . i; ft J M :h I "4 ill : J5 I' ill H I ISEWS OF THE LODGES. ITJtiM.S OV IXTKUKST TO MKM1II3RS OF THK FKATKUNIT1KS. .A. Very Successful Masonic Kxcurslon A Ben ul If ill .Towel The Kcchubltes. 'Guidon Crosj, find Independent Me chanic. The following Masonic bodies meet upon "the evenings tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 2-2d; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 23d; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 25th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 20th; Hope, No. 20, Friday, 20th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 25th. .Blue-Room: Arminlus No. 25, Monday, 22d; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 23d. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. "Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 25th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Stansbury No. 25, Monday, 22d. Koyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 22d; "Wash ington No. 2, Thursday, 25th; Eureka No. 4, Fri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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