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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

B m Vacation-Time Talks for the Boys About Real Strength. IP One! Two! Throe! and all heave together— loins, thighs, abdomen, biceps, eeps, neck, heart and lungs. E" IVERYTHIXG In this world depends/ on motion. Motion Is life. Your muscles nnd the rest of 53SKS 1 your body are like tho stars nnd 6%t&y* planets, wind and tide, In this respect. Their whole value lies in what kind of motion they can perform. When engineers describe engine*, water power or any other form of labor producing motion, they do so by telling how many "foot-pounds" the force can lift or move. There is a big difference between rootpounds" and "pounds." "Pounds" are dead weight. "Foot-pounds" are moving *The muscle that can lift one hundred pounds one foot Is not nearly ns the muscle that can lift twent>-nvo one hundred footpounds' worth of work, while the other muscle is doing two hundred foot-pounds worth. This is tho first rule. Now there Is a second one. lime enters Ink- the matter. Su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

c - . y €9 1 lsr~*\ ? M 1^ F MANY CONTESTANTS ENTER MOTHER GOOSE CONTEST The editor nf the Children's Pflfce notp* with grrnt pt^mirn th» number of ronrtßtantH who have entered the rfltiku of the T. P. C. C, this wefW. The colored lilitures In the Mother Goose Paint Book Contest have befin reccJMd nnd the award to mtccessftll competitors will he announced In The Timen-DiFpatrh of next Buudoy. July :«lh. In the meanwhile, to compenflflle for the necessity waiting, their will be me t>l«tliCes published" (o-day to occupy nllriUlon. no that "If nt flrM. you don't iiucwcd; you will be privileged to "try. try ngflln." I'nlnt books nn prizes will be Riven i» the three children sending In the br.'<t. , ( There, me Just n few directions that the editor wishes to give the T. O. ( . ' . Be pure always to wrlto your copy nnd name* as plainly us possible, .nnd don't totufi the address. One (story ims been »cnt In this week without the address, nnd ■o ennnot be used. » In th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

THE SHIPWRECK -. OF ALPHONSE fl QASTON. AND THEIR Fi^IENP LEON. A Hair-K-aising Sfory of Advenhrre. En Four Chapters. Chapter 2. ._ .-•:-- SYXOPBIS: AlDhonse. -Gasion mid Leon, while cruising in tha yacht "farly Voo," are overtaken by a storm. They prepare to jump into the dingey, each insisting that thi other shall go first. The yacht decides the matter ly capsizing. Courage,! 1 MY dear ft WISH I \ WBRE BACK\ (tsiTMAT DtAR \ AK^ON.O, I If BUT M^f \ DEAK [OR THAT y LOVELY SilveKToM; DEAK GASTON DE® HEALTH INSPECTORS H£S GAME! fjDi» A pity); MIT DOT /I Stomach ofm i-vYOURS.'-' / ./"WE. WILL HAF T0 A i MAKE A CHEMICAL ' ANALYSISI3 6P^< I DOSE PIES- 1 " DESPAIR.. MY DEAR L.TLON THE TnrES-BISPATOH, RICHMOND, VA. JULY 10, 1003. i /LTsDY, DER CAPTAIN COMPLAIMWJ DOT YOUR PIES GlVE'o /- 1- ; HiM A PAIN IN H ls L ■■■I STOMACH / WE HAVE „] TIME Copjrlobt, ISO 3, by W. H. Hcirtt. prett Utllain RIgUU Ruemil. The boat 15 Too smalli will jump out. my \jeAR GASTQMj •OR THAT QUAINT JNIOi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

* ; -•'-■ ...■ '' ' — t Mftfßß*(^ ; fßfflfcSß'lft [WHOLE NUMBER, 16,296. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHE R. WAKTTINGTON, July IS.-Forrcnst for Sunday nnd Monday! Virginia— Fair ami cooler Sunday. Montlny fair; fresh wont |h northwe'tft winds. North and South Carolina and Georpla— Showers und not so warm Sunday; Monday showers; fretth southwest, shifting to west wlnde. Tim ■wctthtr* vt.ts HOtnewhftt wiltrv and unpleasant yesterday. A plight rain did not accomplish much In f.ho way of rendering thr> enmlll.lons better. Th* "Woathor Bureau promises fair and cooler ■weathor for to-day und to-morrow. STATE) OK TKIC THERMOMETER, » A. M > 'A p M '. , S2 B P. M R7 B P. M M » P. M , M 12 midnight 82 Avnrapo » Kl\~ Pt«mporat>iro yesterday S7 temperattira y<?Bterdtty t>4 nmporattirn ycKtnrdny 70 tempnrattiro for July SO ro from normal lemprratiiro,. Oj itlon fluilinf pnsL -< liourStiii T oJNTATURB AX.MANAO. July in. 1303. Bun r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

2 Wftry court rcpirtM fintllnps in *W***l minor cases. Tie decision of the MartinBrnurr court i>r inquiry wftS announced *n&, n.g predicted, showed the complete Vindication of the officer. M^utoiißiit Slack was placed under arTC«t yo«lor<lay nfternnon us the result Of tlio f.iniliiK of a r.v.irt declartr.p l;im uuilty of conduct unbecoming a.n office* •no 1 a Kcntlemnn. The nujntnnt wns .directed to prefer charges ngainst the ofllcer founded nn these proceeiitngs, and the matter now goes before tho Governor, tvho will probably call for n general court-niartlnl to be held to-dny or to-mor-row. Uoutenant Slack wns found guilty tit Ifespasslng on the premiers of a womnn named Mndclltio Loop*, and nl?o of cursing and threatening tr> <;liool licr. A regimental parade was held yesterday Hfternoon at the Reservoir with great success. A great many people went out to ■fitness tho scene. UeUtenant-Colone Perry was In command, and Colonel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

WASTE LANDS ARE WANTED North erd Men Wfsh to Alake Matting from Buslies. NORTH CAROLINA CROPS The Average Generally is Very Low. Much Interest in Approaching Good Roads Convention — Liquor Men Are Holding Off. (*?p*clnl tn The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.) nALKIGH, N. C, July 18.-The Slate Superintendent of Public Instruction i!> In recolpt of a letter from certain New York and Philadelphia people who arc desirous of buying larso tracts of Swamp InmlH on which thoro Ik growth of rushes. Their purposes 1h to establish a big matting factory. Tho Ktatn owns vast f|uantlllos of stlCh lands In thn pastern part of Ihi3 State, nnd will negotlato for tho «ale. Tlip Bank of Sparta ms chartered to-fl.-iy with jir.iyio capital to <i<> commercial md pavings business. Ex-Lieutenant-Gov-ernor 11. A. Doughton, is one of thr> principal In corporator*. The Woolsoy Manufacturing Company, of ARht»vill<\ In chartered by the Stnto wlili Jiwi.ono cuplt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

4 HOLD-UP ON I i\LL lilVii/lJi/ Young Lady Was Relieved of Her PocketbooK. CARMEN WERE ADVISED V«den Secures Bail. nnd Returns to His 'Home— Negro Escapes and Gives Officers a Hot Chase—Scholarship to V. P. I.— Personal. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, \ No. 1102 Hull Street, J As Miss O'Leary, of Swansboro, 'waa going homo across tho bridge yesterday afternoon, two negroes stepped up to h«r. "Hand us your pocket-book, quick," Bald one of them. No one wnt nenr to aid her, bo nho oonipllcd. "Now, go on," was tha next order, "and if you look back or scream we will kill you." Miss O'Lcnry hastened home, and soon after the police were notified. SerKeant Alexander Wright arrested two neeroea on suspicion, but they wero not identified. Further efforts will be mudo to apprehend the guilty parties. CAR MEN ADVISED. Councilman Grizznrd and Dr. Rucker met tho Jlanchister car strikers at tho office of Vr. Rucker on Friday night. About thirty of the men wero prosent, end wero addressed by bot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

1? pldicts disaster Negro Preacher Says Wilmington, N.C.. Will Be Destroyed WAS ASLEEP ON HIS BEAT Norfolk Police Commissioners Discharge a Patrolman — Seamen of Chilean Vessel Libel Ship for Their Wages— Gossip. fWpeclol to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA., July is.— -I am George Abraham Richardson, VII., predicting the dnstrunllon of Wilmington, N. C, by flro from Heatven on August 15, 10O4." Such Is t hp. greeting one gets from h negro of Vood appearance, who passed through N 'folk to-diiy en route from Elizabeth C Fy, where he had Journeyed to acquaint tho Hon. Hnywood Sawyer with a 'erslon In which hlr, niinend•n'cy to the mihornatlotinl chair of North Carolina we foretold. RlchardsO his l>ee>n lecturing to his people dow ii In North Carolina for months. O: sat crowds of negroes hear him. but ttf y aro not so credulous as In ante-btlhiirtdnys, and his prognostications are hooted V-y them us by tho whites. PUNISHED FOR MISLEADING. William Upshuri Colored, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

6 PRESS MEN; OCEAN VIEW Echoes of the Big Convention Held Last Night. REVIEW OF BIG MEETING Banquet, Trolly Rides, Surf Bathing and Other Forms of Amusement Kept the Scribes Busy, but They All Kept Sober. (Special from a Staff Correspondent.) ( OCBAN VIF-W. VA., July IS.— The Virginia Pre^? Association wound up Its meetlng/hf im with a delightful banquet, ■Whl€h was tendered by Colonel J. Hull Bavlflson, manager of tho Ocean View Hotisl. The ladles and children were present, mid it wns a sort of family dinner party, with few of the formalities of the convenllona.l banquot. Colonel Davidson is a Kentuc.klan and has added to his art of entertaining By Ms schooling In Virginia. Tho only trouble with his la that he never knows •when his guests have been sufficiently Btuffed, and his memory sometimes does stunts the morning after a banquet. But he's an nll-round host, and he has the finest corps of assistants ever Rcen at Ocean View— at least that Is tho veilVirginia Press Association he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

B NEWMENTO" MAKE LAWS Fights for House and! Senate In Virginia./ M'MULLEN VERSUS EARLY Popular Green and Madison Member Has Opposition— House May Have Seventy-five Per Cent. New information comes from Greene and Madison counties to the effect that Hon. N. B. Early, .Jr., who has so long reproBentod that district In tho House of Dplegateß, will have opposition this fall for tho Democratic! nomination, In tho person of County Judgo F. N. McMullen, of Madison. Both men are wftll known a.rul popular throughout the district, Mr. Early having three tlmen represented it with distinction In tho House and Judge McJlullen having presided over the two County Courts for many years with signal ability. Mr. Karly Is a young man, while his opponent Is on the shady side of fifty. Tho former In a lawyer nnd perhaps the largest fanner In tho district, while tho lattrr In a strong lawyer, so tha raco promises to bo a. prttty one. Mr. Early came to tho House In tho session of M7li'A »rA at onc&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

8 MRJAYLOR'S NEW HOME Weil-Known Druggist Buys Residence In Lee Circle. OTHER SALES OF REALTY Valuable Property in Various Sections Of the City Sold by Enterprising Agents During Last Week. Coming Sales. Messrs. J. Thompson Brown <fc Co. have Jußt sold to Mr. Edgar D. Taylor. of the wholesale dni* firm of "PowersTaylor Drug Company," the handsome modern residence. No. 1614 Monument Avenue, just opposite the Leo monument, Including- the side la.wn fronting Monument Avenue, for the sum of H7.500 cash. Thl* elegant residence Is one of the. four IfltPly constructed by Mr. W. J. Payne, a local capitalist and street car magnate, who was aompwhat loth to part with tho property, It being one of the best In that charming location, but being largely interested In near-by property, he was induced to part with this in order to locate Mr. Taylor nnd have him as a neighbor ne »r his valuable holdings. Mr. Taylor's Intention Is tn occupy the property just as soon ns he can KCt possessio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

THE fIF HESITATING Trading in Stock MarUet Dul and Professional. ESTABLISH LOWER LEv^L There Was a Momentary Rally on the Appearance of the Bank Statement. but Selling Vv as Renewed and Prices Receded. (By Associated Prcs».) NKW YORK, July 18.— Tiadlng In today'g Btock market was dull und professional. The tone of the narrow speculation showed sentiment very tiouiAful and he'ltating. Stocks were coW ea.iy In the day on the atsauniptlon that yestcrduy'B upward movement had discount/ ed a favorable bank statement at that no further rise could be expected after Ub publication. There was a momentary rally when the utaiement "•!>- paired, but tho selling was renewed and .prices receded to a level substantially below last night, cloning; dull Bnd heavy without any rally, Tne Kam In cash ■was almost twice ft<f much oh had been anticipated, but tho small loan contraction was a disappointment in view of the h<;avy liquidation in the mock rnaiket. It was hoped...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

Iff AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. Ry the Vn!«nt!np Auction Co., fil2 Knst Rroad Street. BoublbVlat top desk, handiOMn ENAMELED IR^N BED, BXTKNPrON TABLES, &C, AT AUCfnt' Children's TwO-SeAJ Run.-Uiout, large bunrtpred Onk Chamber Si:it with 86X40 French Pinto lllrror. Walnut Chamner Bults, Small Onk Oi^mber Suits, T,»nrtPred Onk Hnll Rnek. Double Flat Top Office Desk, handsome EnnmelPd Iron lien ExtenPlon Tnblps, good Refrigerators and fee Boxes. Chairs. RoekPts, fnrppts; nisn ««ie Clcnr PrrFP. Cigar Moulds nnd wotk Table. Sale posltJve. „„,*„ r -n TH"E VALHNTINB AUCTION CO.. HIGH CONSTABLE'S SALE! Top Desk, Office Chnlr StMiidP. Chairs, Pictures, I^ounges, I'nrlor Suits, Meads, fJldcVs, (las Stove.- Show Case, Lumps'. Rttgs. Organ. Square Piano, &c. TKBMS-Caßh. GARR]SON , H. C. C. R. (Jeo. "O r . Mayo. Auctioneer, 1206 East Main Strrot. P A N^° N IRO T |^^ IJ %?# ROCKERS. BOOKS, FINE FURNITURE, &C AT ACTION, I will (=ell nt my auction house, nt [0:SO A....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

0 WANTED, a white NURSE for tADIES WANTED to tako up our Silverware flub offor; imttilrc to sell. ean<-n»*. bt U> write; no fnjiltnl needed. The n'R'". oj« and most linnnriibK", (renteel opiiOTtnnlt.T to «epure n lmnflßomn 88-rdci:n set nf fine Intii" BllTprrrare. Intent pattern, prepaid, ntwn $1.00; Illustrntrd purUeulnr* free. I lib i^. 8. RILVICmVArtE CO., WllkeHbarro. I «■ tADY WANTED, $15 weekly; permanent, artistic Mnplnrmpnt nt home; n<> rxperlcnre tiPJflgn matfrldl furnished. Kiwln.e Mnni|,e,l•*^lrf»lfrt (nrelnpr. TICKET CO., 181 West Mil St.. WANTED, SERVANTS, cock siiid hou»».m«ld ; AN EXPERIENCED TEAOHER (none otlier iifpti utifilv ) l r nrin vl ll'* iTO'inft tf |»r'' I err***!, IP «e,?.h in „VitmJ f.i..liy. « cblMren. JUJW; nistira, i/i tin. French, >ln«lc, nnd Ibe tijjwi F.nillsh limnetic. rIMUr nildres* itlvlmk tenni, eXperlOtlCd, elCu t^it D, Ppl "^ n '__J "' WANTED, a nice OIRI., betwetn IB and 14 vi'iim old, to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

13 A WEDDING OF INTEREST Mr. J. Livingston Hazlehurst and Miss Woodward Married FROLICS ON THE BEACH Young People of Wilmington, North Carolina, Danco Mld-Weck Germans—Mr. Pembroke Jones Visits His Summer Home. fßp<xM.il to The Times-Dispfltch.) . TTXIiMINOTON, N. C, July IB.— Mius Mary C iarn. Woodward, and Mr; John Livingston Hazelhurst, were happily married at R o'clock Wednesday morning at the residence of the bride's parents, No. ElO North Second Street. The wedding nap a oulct home affair, but very pretty. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. John M. Wells. The decorations were exceedingly handsome. Particularly attractive were th« Confederate fUiirn nrtlfitirftlly draped about the parlors and the hnll. This was done as a compliment tn tlie bride's father. Colonel W. J. Woodvrarii. who 1b a member of General John B. Gordon's staff, also commander of Cape Fear Camp of Veterans. The bride is ono of Wltmlnfrton*B most jjop-jlnr young women. Tha gTOonr is a natlvp of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

THE TIMER FOUNDKD 1««. THK DISPATCH. FOUNDED ISSO. S»ARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHE R. ' "WASHTN'OTON', .Inly 20.— Forecast for Tuesday and xVedhc'dday! VliKlnla— Fnlr and warm«r Tuesday. •Wednesday fair; Unlit, variable winds. KorUi CafOllha— .Kalr.TuestlaV and \\ c<ihesdayj Ilpht, varwblo winds. »b« mercury crawled up »" *7 y«!»tefday, fcut later in tne day it f«H nomowiiat, ami a hro<v.'! mnAn the hf'"' omlnrii.h|p. 1 Ijn ei-hcdiilo tot to-day nnrl to-morrow la laif and somewhat warmer. BTATB OF Tin; THtfUMOMF/rKK. ft A. M JB 12 M ;. 8 P. m i ■;•: fi P. M *•< '.' P. M J2 U midnight <* Avnr.'ißOA vnr.'ißO Tllghpst temperature yesterday so I X) wont temporaturn yesterday n Mean tpmpnratiiro yesterday... <J ■ Normal temperatulo for July.. ■'.'.: — W Departure from normal temperature. OC Precipitation during )>apt 24 hours 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. July 21, 1903. Bunrlie« 6:06 I HIOHTIDBr. Bun KCt.» '■-''■ i MoinlnK \-;j Moo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

2 nrcmlZHtlon m p\ poSltlOft*. ™?*« fncts give fl**urance that a formal strike jibv continue for " lonp time to come, for with the toll complement Of men employed those for whom there nre not poFitlons will keep up the orfinnizntlon nnd the stubborn ptnißple. The only disorder or ntiemptnl violence t«iorled frohi nny Source yCFtordny tval the MonhiK ot B (At ;U lClßhtcenth and Vrnnhl" Blrcpls. This W«A reported 'in nitlltnry hendc.nnrters hy Cnptaln A. \\ . Miller's company* Stationed :it the Oakwood end of the line. A clMnclimrnt sent thither to apprehend the stone thrower* found qnlel prevnillnß nn<l no sigri of the presence of hiisfireanls. RETURNING STRIKERS Names of the Five Who Went Back ot Work on Yesterday. At the office of Superintendent Buclmnnn yesterday nt the reservoir it waa reported that five of the strlltlnc car men hRd been reinstated In addition to tlio *lx who nppllcd and wero reinstated on Saturday. The old men who r.-ivc up the struggle, nnd returned ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

DEATH CAME ON WITH EVENING (Continued from First Pnge.) irradiated the Pontiff's face, liis hand was raised for the last time in blessing, fnllingly gently on the coverlet. Then the Cardinal whispered words of comfort into the dying car for an hour, during which the Pontiff was conscious, ly wore on. Leo's lips and mind seemed sealed. Life ebbed slowly, but at 11 145 his Holiness was obviously in extremis. The Cardinal immediately administered $»c last blessing. Finally the Pontiff opened his eyes, fixed his glance on Oreglia and said slowly but distinctly: Then, to members of Pontificial household lie said : , 1 _ 11" l_/ll 1 111 «—.« — . (Jilt. Jl llll_o^ end came at 4:04. THE BATTLE ENDED Last Flicker of Life Expired at Four Minutes Past Four. (By Associated Press.') ROME. July 20.-; Pope Leo XIII. Is de:i<l. The last flicker of life expired at four minutes pnst 4 oVlnck this afternoon, and (he Pontiff now lies at rest. The period of over two weeks that Pope 1.00 passe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered Jnnutry 27. 1903, at Richmond, Vi., «• second-class matter, under Act ,of Congre*& of March 3, 1679. The DAILY TrS-ipS-DISPATCH Is sold £t i cents a copy. Th« SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is pnM nt B cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll-BO cents n month: $5-00 «i year: J2.50 for clx months; *1.3d for three months. , The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mull $200 a year. The DAUL/T TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, ln Richmond and Mansheatsr. by carrier. 12 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. ..by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. 11.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will do rejected. ■ Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. (19 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1903 Persons leaving the city for tho summer should order The Tlmcs-Dlspatch mailed to the...

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