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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 May 1921

t 4 PACE TWO HOSPITAL DAY VISITORS SEE INSIDE DETAIL Trip Through Operating Room Found Knives and Saws Oul for Inspection of Curjous 1051 TREATED IN 1920 10000 Have Been Cared for by Institution Since First Pa tient Was Admitted in 1901 National Hospital Day was observed lay bj hospitals all over lie United States and part of Canada Parker Me morial Hospital was open to the public from 3 to 5 oclock this afternoon The activities of the hospital were explained and demonstrations were given by the nurses The visitors were first sliown the mrth ads of admission to the hospital There are blank forms which ma si be filled out en the entrance of each applicant for Ireatment They are filed with the his tories of the patients If the palient is a Undent retain information must be se cured to comply with the rules of the Stu dent Health Service Various offices of the University mus be1 notified The clirical laboratory is in the Medi col Budding but for today drmonstra lion of its vioik was ma...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 May 1921

L r -11 t K Ka News of Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Mia EfcooezA weeks as the guest of her mother Mrs Agee society editors uUl appreciate it i Anna Armil you tcill telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mrs Frederick Dunlin 1500 Univer sity TCTiuc will entertain at 1 oclock luncheon tomorrow in honor ol Mrs John D Lawson who has recently re turned from Florida where she spent the winter The other guests will be Mrs Margaret Qiamberlain Mrs J L Mer iam Mrs J C Jones Mrs Burton Thompson of New York Mrs J S Ankeney Mrs C K Moulton Mrs A H R Faircluld and Miss Maria Taste- The Laura Matthews Missionary Cir cle of the Baptist Church will meet at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs J D Cillaspy 1308 Tajis ra Mrs C L OBrjan 103 Broadway en tertalned at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon for the members of the Harmony dub There was a musical program and sixteen members of the club were present Mrs J M Kjlr and Mrs T B Stew art will be joint hostesses for...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 May 1921

t MZi WAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING F MISOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day- by tlie Missourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay II Nett Hall Col timbia Missouri - ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer i SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gly Cash in advance Year 400 6 months J200 3 months J1D0 6f he week 10 cents single copies 5 rents iByMail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 43 cents Pay Able in advance Mcmlier Audit Bureau of Circulations Enteretl as cond class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Crculaticn 55 HOSPITAL DAY The purpose of a national hospital day its to acquaint tne people wim me great UWIm n it RfWl lincntlsf in tli Unit- K folates anil Canada that arc caring for the sick and injured of these two coun tries To those persons who think a bospital is a thins to be feared and avoided this da affords interesting in- for nut ion In Columbia and throughout America people have been given a chance to re klhe h...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 May 1921

foil Phone 55 k itn M Sacn r4 Frasier froR s CLASSIFIE ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE iBCer ei7 - tCroTes Phone 38 X T H 221 Tuu beds and springs Se dresser six claim two rocker tjray Advance range 501 h Cth St Wne 1250 black F223 ESTATE FOR SALE EFOR SALE Cood yroom modem Snout bouw full Mie concrete feni paved slrm une Mock from liii 1 fety 6000 Uo 6 ruom fully mod ern hrick liousc hardwood floors full sue concrete haemrnt car- ie aail stable paved street Good lo- Pisriuii June 1 5000 Gar- Plwne 519 or SW white 217 J SLE Large well built house xa good condition Close to IJniversil fell concrete w emcni two iuinroms XU and cold water on three floors Car SJtJpavcd Street Terms if desired Ad jErss L care of Missourian 215 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE gFOR SALE 1918 model Buirk First tt rendition F II Hoberecht Call f 20Stf TOR KENT FOR RENT For summer term j town house furnished on Virginia ave ne rhone797 P 216 fFOR RENT Carage at 1402 Bass rail at house or phone 527 while J 198tf F0...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 May 1921

6- 8- v t m KV li If HACE SIX SUSPICIOUS OF EASTERN BOYS Missouri Students in 1869 DM Not Trust Fratcniity Man From Indiana Mfcw Isabel Johnston A n 03 A M 11 -University of Missouri returned jrs tetdav from Walla Walla WoIl where the km hern tcarnmg bringing with her letter from an alumnus of the elasa u TB IrUing of UK ifftallalloh of llie chapter f Phi Kappa Psi fraternity hi re TV leoainisrcnces in tlris letter striking lr sl forth lb eallitude stuoeflti uf ooUeeet had toward eastern Khuoh A trie In lot not In be trHiI i ike way Eli imtft would hate ifcem in his School days of lflrjfl Mi ISM TV letter is from S I Avers a wealthy banker of Waili Walla WWl and a gradual of IudiaiH UrmerHtv II was written lo 3i lralar of Ashlar wfco is mnc tatt whom A era iiad in Mtf4M9 years before on litt only trip to tab Uaaversitv The trip here was Kiik fnr the parpen rt insUftioR a chapter of Phi Kappa Im fraternity her i WOT from ili In diaaa Alpha chapter Initiation was held h a wool of old ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

LiSS II bf THE THIRTEENTH YEAR SH BAKER IS DEAD END OF LONG CAREER Columbias Oldest Grocer Died p Maryland Place Home at 5 Oclock Yester day Afternoon HE WAS 73 YEARS OLD Veteran Merchant Was Bom at Old Providence This County Funeral to Be Sunday S II Baler 73 years old ihe oldest grocer in Columbia died it 5 oclock yesterday afternoon at Itis home on 712 Maryland place Until three months ago Mr BaVer continued his work as pro prietor of the grocery firm Baker Scott on South Eighth street and lie vii at that lime the oldest actire mer chant of this city Funeral services will tale place at 2 jo oclock Sunday after rwon at the Baptist Church the Rev T W Young officiating Mr Baler was bom Dec 13 1848 in Old Providence a town in Boone Coun ty which was washed away by the Mis wun River His father the Ret Bar nanus Baler who was most of hit life a resident of Hailshajn England was Imion as a colporteur in Boone County The Ba er family moved to Nashville Mo a few years after the birth of S...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

K 5 3 w I t In I1 t If 3 it V PAGE TWO lr fe Ml IU t l NEW ERA FOR SOCIAL WORK IN MISSOURI Recent State Legislation Pro vides for County Super intendents of Public Li wenare t CONFERENCE LAST WEEK Eight Outstanding Projects to Be Developed Field Agents Are to Be Appointed Rrcrnt legislation opened new era in social work in -Missouri when the law proiitlmg for county superintendents ot jiuMic welfare was passed in the Fifty fut Ceneral Assembly at its last ion January 6 to March 24 It marks a turning point in the history of social work and pates the way for an effective program of rural treatment At a special conference which was call ed by the State Board of Charities on Tueday and Wednesday of last week a complete program of social work projects was definitely decided upon as the field of work that is to be covered by the county superintendent of public welfare The following were considered to be the eight outstanding projects which are t be developed under the new legislation 1 Co...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

ft 6 News of Columbia Society Miss Queen Srmln end mss tAizaoem Aiee society editors teill appeciate it if b hiU telephone society items betueen 9 and 12 VJot Telephone 274 The Ilauglilcrs of 1B12 met at the fcme of Mrs Kac Conley 001 Sanford -I l 230 OCIOCI Ill BlluiiOTii fft piMC I 17 Thrt llClloCll W iiac - w - h rWiinn of officer following the business mceling a program on tlte Treaties of 1812 was giien Mrs Alex ltralforl W1 on lhe Trc of Gbrot rny i -The Enlrance of llie Inucd stales inio rnniil of Nations and Mr John VN Talor talked on American Shins Sf - fv ll The Council of the IatentTeachcr As- - ociation will meet at ocioc jaiuruay t afternoon at the rest room of the court- t louse Mi1 Uorotliy liroeme win iaik i i wintti 1lt rrtiitnn There on tnc nmj - - ------ will be election of officers for the coming Mrs C It Moulton 1513 Rosemary 1 u ill entertain informally at 8 Vodk tonight at two tables of bridge w Frances Powell and Miss Mary Pewrll of St James Mo are the week O...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

r i i 1 - -PACE FOUR HATWORNBY BABY M CHINA TELLS ITS AGE Miss Louise Tucker Missionary Tells About Idol Worship and Crude Customs of Shanghai PAINT EYES ON BOATS Queue of Men Is Thing of Past Flag of Fire Stripes Re placed One of Fiery Dragon Nearly sixty fiie pmom heard Miss Louise Tucker of Louisulle Ky lecture late yctrrday afternoon in Iioom 130 of Academic Hall on the crude customs and the idol worship of the people of Shanghai China Miss TucLer has been a missionary from the Southern Baptist Church to Shanghai for seven year and her lecture here yesterday nhich was ciren in connection with a Grey dragon has been replaced by a flag of fire stripes one each of red yel low blue black and white Everything pertaining to the old form of government has been abandoned An exact reproduction of a Qiinee baby a month old and dressed in blue and green calico and wearing a qdeer lit tie hat was shown by Jliss Tucker The hat determined the age for when a baby is a month old the parents hae...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

n a ft iBIG EGG CROP rfts fa CUTS EC OF L lissouri Hens Back at Work Lead All Oilier States in Prpducc rVinridrnt with the proclamation of Bmk to rormlcf tlie American hen tffin to deliver the pood and ha aided utillr In rentarlnc economic stability V rrducmc the eot of lninp The hen produce first lyid tails about it after ward It hat been fjuile a while since one could p into the market and bu frch cp for 20 rents a dozen but now the koosewife invariably includes rfps in the L grocers order harlr Ial inrr tlie rgg I tlm OH ml vnrlr anil manv mn ruiircu mt - j wrncn thought this would be the price until spnrp Willi a raild winter and faorable con ditions the hen showed her appreciation by doing something in return Now al nmrt everyone can eat eggs without wor rying about the cou Toda there is ao one so poor that ne cannot nave -poached eggs for breakfast and scram bled fggs for supicr Recent census reports giving figures on l Miouri egg and poulry ield for 1 the last decade show tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

Pi - fci if r ii k i 41 L k r t t I I r I f r k r t Bf kfump qit THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun ay by the Missourian 1ublhliing As sociation Inc Jay II Neff Hal Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacoi SUBSCRIPTION KATES Cty Cash in advance Year 100 0 month 200 3 months J It By the week 10 cents single copies S rents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 wt tl en l tl nn Outside the county Year 150 3 J months 125 month 45 cents Pay 1 Die in auvancr Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Adiertising and Crculalicn 55 VISITORS WELCOME Columbia ha bung out the kind of a visitors welcome sign tliat makes friends When the first Ford laden with blankets and food and a vacation family drove under the archway into the new tourists ramping ground at the corner of West Broadway and Wot ave nue Columbia was put on the man in a new way Anvonevwho has beard the call of the open road piled the family and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

u 1 1 I1 ri Phone 55 CLASSIFIED AIS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE - i i i c inn- one ro 1U ixuvat separator sractically new lo wajon cultisators i I ab1 lls kAhA M Iff BOer Buggy -Crow Hne 38A -221 FOR SLE Good room djeco boue full fire concrete base not fated slrret one block from 6000 Al 6 rnom fully mod rrn btKk Iwuw liardwiaxl tlonro down Ham full sue concrete basement gar i and stable tuird street GoimI lo- rakn June l jjiwj iar rr t Frasier Plwnc 519 or 590 white AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE TOR RENT FOR RENT For summer terra seven room Imuse furnislied oil Virginia ate- aiie Phone 797 FOR RENT Carage at 1402 Bas call at or phone 527 wIute J193lf 1 larger lxiuv or apartment on South side j nlll inn Inr ttnm r nnM i tt v v I in September 1 MISCELLANEOUS ANY LDIES interested in Spirella Rorsets call at 519 Ilitt St or telephone k T 216tfi lilisted with us We know we liatc wliat 30a want Let us show you what we lave Weathers Whiteside Phone 217 FOR RET Men bv calling at 603 Bra St or...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 May 1921

n I m m M i Hc k 3X if fs r l V 1 PACE EICITP - URGE DROP OF RETAIL PRICES Administration Leaders Accuse Final Sellers of Profiteering Sr Viutti WASHtNCTOv May 13 The Harding administration is using pitiless public ity as a club to beat down retail prices Regularly and almost unanimously Cabinet officers and olhersholding im portant places declare that retail prices arc higher than the prices ol raw mater iaU warrant anil that the unwillingness of the retailer to reduce is contributing to industrial stagnation These state ment are made In speeches talks with newspapermen or in other was that will bring them before tlie consuming public The apparent aim of the effort is fust to cenince the retailer that be mut re duce prices for his own good as well as for that of other classes ana second 10 dine Ikimc to the buers that they can gel lower prices if they demand them often and forcefully President Harding himself started the lrie in his message to Congress when hf declared retail price...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

Sfs will be available for use at the present time is J1916I0O The amount granted for new buildings which the governor will withold pending the close of his uitris 1735000 Items in the building program of the versily which are included in this nt are New pipeline and power t 1150000 new womens building 150000 new agricultural buildioz tSOJWO new chemical building 125 COO rebuilding the Mechanic Am Build in 150000 beef and cattle barn 25- 6J0 eitecslon of tie Medical Building 135000 I It is expected tliat among the first items in the building program of the Uni vrnity which will be released by the t governor will be 1150000 for the new psner plant HOSPITAL TO BE COMPLETE Equipment and Architecture Mod ern In Each Detail The Boone County hospital which is to be opened in October will be complete and modern in arrangement and equip ment giving excellent hospital facilities to the people of Boone County Back from the roadway and half hid den by trees the new hospital stands on one of the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

9 k If K PACE TWO WARD SCHOOL GRADUATES TO GIVE OPERETTA To Present Prince Giarming at Hall Tlieater Tuesday Merril Jones Takes Lead 122 TO BE GRADUATED Columbia High School Orches tra to Play for Closing Exercises of Sev enth Grades The closing rirrebes of the Columbia nard school- will take place at the Hall Theater at 8 oclock Tuesday evening Tlie students of the teventh grade will irraent Prince Charming an operetta Tlie OJumLia High School orchestra un der the leadership of F R Antoine will play and the Iiev Samuel R Braden will jiie the IntDcation Rehearsal of the operetta lias been di reeled by Mrs Tyra ft Green who di rected the play lat jear and the Btage director is Miss Mima tirovrn wbo lias lad cliarge of I he speaking parts and dancing The leading members of the cast are St Valentine whose part is taken by jViiKil Davis Merril Jones as Prince Charming Donley Hulett as Cupid Helen Caruthers Queen of Tarts Doris Cox and Frank Harris as Jack and Jill George ftardin as Puck...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

P Ik k if News of Columbia Society ill norm Smith and Miss Elizabtth Jgee society editors will appreciate it if sea kM telephone socitty items bcttceen 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 A siher iH te gnen from 3 lo 5 oclock next Tuesday afternoon by the Women Council of the Christian larch at the borne of Mrs Wycliffe Ms Kenae 419 West Broadway The room wiU be decorated in yellow and white nspdragons In the receiving line be sides the hostess there will be Mr D A Robnett Mr E D Moore Mrs W S St Clair Mr Will Carter Mrs Joel Carter and Mrs D E Major Those who -will assist in the dining room will be- Mrs Minnie Sandker Mrs Roy Brown Miss Mildred Bihr Mrs Felix Datis and Miss Anna Marjory McKeniie Mrs E D Moore and son Robert Moore 509 Hilt street will Jeare Wed nesday for Omaha Neb where they will join Mr Moore They will make their borne there in the future Mrs F O Coe and son Frederick 203 South Garth aenue will leave the latter part of June to spend the sum mer with Mrs Coes parents Mr ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

4WI w F tPACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun- V J t Mictnnniin PuMtsMni As- rociation Inc iy H KeffvHU Col ombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maaceu SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Year 400 6 months 200 3 month 100 fly the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents Br Mail in Boone County Year 300 1 6 months SlJO 4 months 100 Outide the count Year -150 3 months 12S month 43 cents Par able in advance Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculalicn 55 THE S1LESIAN -WRANGLE Jhe final disposition of Silesia owner ship of which is contested by Poland and Germany lias deep significance not only ifoftlhe principals to the dispute but to soil the world Announcement of the plebiscite officials decision may be soon the ilebiscite vote having ibccn taken ufldtr the terms of the Ver sailles Treaty several weeks ago What ever may be the nature of this dcciion strenuous protest may b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

FOR HENT call at house or FOR SALE rnn SALE OH TltADh broeery vns also four room residence and store budding Address J 1C care of jj m FOft SLE One good male Duroc hog and one two-year-old ncreioru ouu Ernest Huggard Route V un Ashland Crawl Phone 4a K FOR SLE Team of iron grey mares full sisters iou will be proud to drive such a team One yearling Hereford tin in NV 10 DeLaval Separator practically new low wagon cultivators rrjnonef buggy ami narnes i u Graves Phone 38 X -221 MI LE- Four burner blue flame Alcazar kerosene range blue and wlute ii i jte c 1 C ejp enamel nno urcjuc iw o u l nij tvir Phone 1215 black ir FOR RENT ftUUtl FOR SALE Two beds and springs v one dresser six chairs two rockers Gray Adiance range oiu o inn oi Phone lzM WacU F 223 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOi TENT- house with an acre of wound1 oi Paris Road barn E FOI SUA -Good 9 room modern stucco house full size concrete ntMitt rkflml fctrept one block from Lni m verrity 6000 Also 6 roora fully mod- Ia1 Imiiui liAnt...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 May 1921

-- -- 1st -- - b PACE SIX IRANCE SENDS POPPIES HERE War Orphans Make Replicas of Memorial Flowers to Be Sold in U S Fire million poppies replicas of the ied floer that blows in Flanders fields Jiave arrived in America to be Horn by Americans on Memorial Day In commemoration of the fallen heroes of the late war The flowers most of which were made by French war orphans ill be sent by the American Franco Children League 1 Madison avenue New York Gty to many societies throughout the country for distribution on Memorial Day The American Franco Childrens League which is the only official Am erican branch of La Ligue Americaine des Enfanti of Paris has been indorsed by the National Information Bureau Mine Millerand wife of the president rf the French Republic is president of the French league and the Rev Dr Her liert Shipman New York clergyman of the American branch Col R H Tydall national treasurer of the American Le sion is also national treasurer of the league The proceeds of the poppy ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 May 1921

t k K THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR m HILL GIVEN YEARS LEAVE ON HALF PAY II U Curators Desire to Keep President as Aitviser un til Permanent Head Is Chosen J TO APPOINT SUCCESSOR i Action by Committee on Future Administration cd Within a Month The resignation of Dr A Ross Hill as rrrsidrnt of the University or Missouri hich was tendered to the Bod of Cu rateo t meeting in Jefferson City last February was not accepted by the boird t meeting held late Saturday aitrrnoon at the Hotel Baltimore In M Because President Hill in hit tfrirtren r - ltli tnj years oi runt - never availed himself of the established cuom of taking the sabbatical years fcae on half pay the board desiring bis counsel until a permanent president k selected srantcd him a leaTe of P sence on hall pay from June- 15 1KI I to July 1 1921 Following the meeting of the board it was announced that the committee on r future administration would probably 3 choose a successor to President Hill within a month ...

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