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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVESTNG. MA? It, 1901. Normannaheimen STORY OF FREEDOM How Norway Gained Independence From Denmark and Sweden. THIS IS THE ANNIVERSARY DAY How It Is Being- Celebrated Locally —Oraa'll Splendid Forestry Work. To every true son and daughter cf Nor way, the seventeenth day of May is one of de&p significance. It is the indepen dence day of their native land, the anni versary of that day when a sturdy band of patriots arose like a young giant and tore off the shackles which had bound the little country to Denmark for over 400 years—in fact, ever since 1397. when Queen Margaret, the Semiramis of the north, promulgated the union of the three Scandinavian countries at Kalmar, Sweden. This doughty woman was heir to the throne of Denmark, married the King Hakon of Norway, and after the death of her husband and son took the scepter her self and then conquered Sweden. The Swedes soon broke away from the union, but Norway remained a dependency cf the Denmark until 1814. Dissatisfactio...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

iff WHEAT WAS A SHADE FIRMER, BUT VERY DULL Waiting Tendency Shown and Not Much Disposition to Act on Either Side. CONTINUED RAINS IN KANSAS Clearances for the Week Were Light —General Sewn of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 17. —Wheat dragged along this morning in the same quiet tone, dropping into dullness and showing little fluctuation up to noon. The general tendency was easier, but the feature was the lack of offerings. July opened at 72c, and sold 72% c, dropping later to 71%071%c Continued rains were reported in Kansas and Texas. Snow had out a bearish review of the week, although his estimate of average winter wheat conditions was lowered from 101 to .98. He saye the Kansas dry spell was broken before any irreparable damage was done, and the deep root growth increased the resisting power of the plant Aside from the slight reduction in the condition, the outlook is excellent and he repeats the prediction of a 460,000,000 bushel winter wheat crop. In Russia and t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MAT 17, 1901. Allis - Ctaliurs Cm, Organized under the laws of the State of, New Jersey. Preferred Stock, = $16,250,000 Common Stock, - 20,000,000 riANUFACTURERS OF HEAVY ENOINES, MINING AND OTHER riACHINERY. $8,400,000 SEVEN PER CENT. CUMULATIVE AND CONVERTIBLE PREFERRED STOCK. OFFERED BY THE UNDERSIGNED FOR SALE AT 105 PER CENT payable, with accrued dividend, at the rate of seven per cent per annum, from May 1, 1901. 50 per cent. May 24, 1901, 50 percent. July 1, 1901, with the privilege of anticipating the latter payment Negotiable receipts will be issued against payments, exchangeable for engraved certificates of stock as soon as they can be prepared. The Preferred Stock, in shares of Jlo.i each, is preferred in liquidation to the amount of its par value and accumulated dividends. It is preferred in cumulative dividends to the extent of seven per cent per annum, and has a further preference of one per cent, non-cumulative, after the payment of seven per cent, upo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

IS Saturday at j| jj iP£T£R3QH |l $3iZO II 11,-I—I 1,-I— -"~— — j! For this well made Lawn Settee-Red, i'fcfSgyg JS^S^'afc |! Green or Golden Color. ! > frlirerator made having a perfect I Ureen or (iolaen Uolor. , Wtt ter cooler. Have you seen It? \ X s l _ rxs ,_ r^l _ r^y _ n -s X _ n^^ r^^^^i _ )uu . ( _ ru _ u _ u _ trM^ -A-11 sizes. To bd found only at F.H.PETERSON&CO'S THe Most Accommodating Honselurnlsliers. 73-75 So- 6th st- Rheumatism % m Rheumatism is due to an excess of acid in the y"'>l^n(3^^lrl I I blood. "When this escapes through the pores of the /fijfijiv& jP- ■- skin, as it often does, it produces some form of skin \\jf\ •3sita' fUw tL eruption — some itching disease like Eczema or vjraSS NfP^jJP~— Tetter—but when these little tubes or sweat glands 7% \1j% are suddenly closed by exposure to cold and sudden , ,^lij*Jgl^»^!S\ chilling of "the body/then the poisons thrown off by yJ^-'^AmLu-. V&L the blood, finding no outlet, settle in membranes, .*»-...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

W!KroWlß^®rariEKrETs3r 14_^^LAIRJ2JA5TS^^_ MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings dally; tours from 10 to 5. 620^ Nicollet, room 14. _ DR. LOUISE FISCHER, INDEPENDENT deep trance clairvoyant Full life readings ■by mall. All letters answered. Office 311 6th «t 3. : J5 LADIES' TALORING THE CELEBRATED HUTCHISON BICYCLE skirt; of correct weight: cheviots, tweeds, homespuns- and meltons for $S, $10 and $12; strictly tailor made and perfect in hang and lit 87 Bth st 3. Tel. 2773 L 8 Main. 16^TEINGj^ND£LEANmG_ Q NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 8 o your clothing and all household goods p O French dry cleaned, and A. Hornung's "o D . Minneapolis Dye House is the largest O I J_j and only reliable place in the north- Q D west. Offices, 522 Nicollet, near 6th st. 5q _• Tel. 3156 J2 main, and 242 Nlcollet, Q y. Q near Washington ay. Tel. 510 main. 8 TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 is'icol let -Telephone 1576. 19 FINANCIAL WE HAVE...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOT RNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. REVISION OF THE CREED Committee Reports to Pres byterian Assembly. REVISION IS DEMANDED H\ This the Result of a Canvass > Sentiment of Church Members. SOME RECOMMENDATIONS MADE Committee Asked For to Perform the Actual Work of Kevi»lon. Philadelphia, May IS.—Contrary to ex pectation, the Presbyterian general as sembly did not discuss the report of the committee on revision which was to-day presented to the commissioners. A ma jority report was also laid before the assembly end it is probable that the ques tion will not come up for consideration tmtil next Thursday. It will be at least delayed until subjects of more personal interest are out of the way. To-day's session was called to order at 9:30 o'clock by Moderator Minton, and after the usual devotional exercises, re ports of special committees were pre sented. Appended to the report of the twentieth century fund committee were a number of resolutions which the assembly was asked to ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

2 MORRIS FOR JUDGE Duluth Congressman Seems to Lead 22JSS Evans in the Race. SCOPE OF THE FORTHCOMING BILL One Will Be Introduced Xext Ses sion Creating a Xetv Judic ial District. From The Journal Bureau. Boom *S. Po» Building, Washington. Washington, May IS.—The movement to make Judge Morris, of Duluth a federa Judge as coon as congress shall have passed a bill creating' a new district or another judgeship in Mia" nesota, was put under way in Washing ton last winter, with Judge Morris' con- Bent. As all who know Morris are aware, he for years has been ambitious to sit upon the federal bench, but saw no open ing. When the Minnesota Judgeship bill was introduced by the late Senator Davis, several years ago, Morris said nothing, because it was the understanding that the position was to go to R. O. Evans of Minneapolis. With the death of Davis, however, and the election of Clapp to the senate as his successor in a contest in which Evaus was a very prominent figure, it has been assumed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

sXTtm'K^ ~:oeUs.- seat m im, mm Opportunity to Make Big Money mm If : WITHOUT ANY RISK. §| m*^ *TT*HE properties of the Ash Rapids Gold Mining Company are located in the Lake-of-the- g|^ rtC?l\ ii Woods Mining District in Northwestern Ontario, pronounced by mining engineers s|lJ !H^ and experts of world-wide reputation to be the richest gold fields on the globe. We WW mm need money to buy machinery and build a stamp mill to develop our properties, and in order (Pip Cl^ to secure it we will sell a limited number of shares of stock at the following prices. mm U All fiach 7 r *" I I insured stock, gg mm fill Uadil 111 Share SS^SUll^'" PC^per share, mm mm : cent per annum ...... «* Cash. (| mm INSTALLMENT PLAN, . ... £ . — f | mm Payable in 15 equal Q^ per INSURED STOCK 4A* Per share, II mm monthly installment share without interest... ■"** cash. Sfß A LL Insured Stock is guaranteed by a gold-bearing bond which matures in 15 years. jflJ /\ These Bonds are issued by a strong financial co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

4 -' ''••" .': '.j'' :; " „-.-. lilj^^te^ BMta< L aJTi BBfflß^B^^^Tß * fif fIU Mm jpaSEggja^P^S ril k ft w/JI «9 i# B %. 1m Rl a I fBB ff&S » A h h f A iLJSv I IV. S. CONRAD I SOLE DISTRIBUTOR, H MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL.| Preserve Your Hardwood Floors. If worn gray or black, use Floor Re storer first, then polish with Atlas Floor Polish, Johnson's Prepared Wax, or Butcher's Boston Polish. _'_ " —s^s^. These will do the Telephones: 1^ MISS. 937. Hotel === VICTORIA 27th Street, Broadway and sth Aye., New York European jfjSjgffifjgfo Absolutely Plan Fireproof In the centre of tie shopping: and theatre district A Modern Fint-clus Hotel. Complete la all Its appoint. menu. Furnishings and decorations new throughout. Accom modatious for 500 guess: 150 suites with baths. Hot ana cold water and telephone in every room. Cuisine unexcelled. OEORQE W. SWEENEY. Prop. PTWFEES ©eruptions, blackheads, enlarged i pores, red nose, red,rough hands, I and all affections of the skin land scalp are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

'£ L<--. - Cft mJti WSt?^^J^^\% i It A El ■ ■■ HRBh an MHißrae^— if H g Q Bg^*T^ffjt'if|Mtr^jH ; J3 X f?L JEM I I B I' k}' in ' CfH JtflnH^^r^^^BP^S^ 17/ iM n S4&&& ¥ it (mm si J k 1 idf«^i[O|Kl WT*mJ iff ii^viniTiufiinVAfrurifflGEl I/ W. S. CONRAD i SOLE DISTRIBUTOR, - v I MINNEAPOLIS. ST.PAUL.| Preserve Your Hardwood Floors. If worn gray or black, use Floor Re storer first, then polish with Atlas Floor Polish, Johnson's Prepared Wax, or Butcher's Boston Polish. -scs=rT" ■ .', ' "—as*« s These will do ttie fejTrr— ""TJSbS $ v c csrry a large • jijjQsl^B'^ MISS. 937. Hotel VICTORIA 2"th Street, Broadway and sth Aye., New York European <f%ilfjg|flljft| Absolutely Plan gg^g Fireproof In the centre of the shopping and theatre district A Modern Fint-clus Hotel. Complete In all Its appoint menu. Furnishings and decoration* new throughout. Accoto jnod»Uous for 500 guests; 150 suites with baths. Hot and cold water and telephone in every room. Cuisine unexcelled, OEORQE W....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1901. fcl'^^^fc;^ of Paint <-^^^^^^^^^^^M^^;^.^ The heat and light ■Vl'/s Ns§|§| Splt^^v/.v'^Av ■" If the sun doesn't dry t| '^^^V^pM HHI!vV \n " out the oil and crack the 11 'A /'^',^'^^|Nffl|^iV S X * '•' P aint» tne smoke turns it •''' UJffll WSM black—disintegrates the paint. ifl m 13 DATTfiAI'O mma mm X AIIUH 9 IB HI BS Sun Proof S&SE PAINTS Hmmmmw tgt form a hard, glossy enamel, quite im pervious to heat, cold, light or atmos pheric gases. Guaranteed to wear — Wmm ivell for five years. Book of paint knowledge free if you write for ft. HIBmHIWi ISSfflflnUHttt Liberal inducements to paint dealers. PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. A full stock of Pattern's Sun Proof Paints can be had at the following places: An drews ft Sullivan, 610 Ist ay S; F. C. Smith, 1401 Western ay; Peter Faber, 211 Plymouth ay; F. C. Richards, 505 E 24th st; M. Chilstrom, 2 West Lake st; Waldron & Co.. 2600 Lyndale ay S; F. Hirsc-hfield, 243 20th ay X; M. Rose, 11...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

« CITY NEWS Judge Loctaren at Dnluth—Judge lK>chren. of Minneapolis, Is presiding at tne apring term of the United States court, at .Duluth. It is probable, from the amount or business before the court, that another weeK will be consumed la clearing the calendar. A Mistake tn Hoar—Minneapolis & St. Louis trains will leave St. Louis station, Minneapolis, for Tonka Bay, nt 9:45 a. m. and 1:30 p. m., returning, leave Tonka Bay at 4:50 and 7 p. m. By crro? last nights Jour nal announced going trains at 9:45 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Instead of 1:30 p. m. Jolea SleKfrieA Here—Jules Siegfried former French minister of commerce, was In la the city Thursday and visited some of the bu milU. He is an advocate of reciprocity between France and the United State*. He la impressed with the prosperous conditions iiere. and especially the prosperity of the American laboring man. He says that the American workman is paid double the wages received for the aame labor In France. Whcelim-ii I'rotest —...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

-* SATURDAY EYEOTOTS, MAT X TSBL MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10. wnimtOTiß, Kin. Cttpfcal^^..,. $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2*& i& Allowed on O1* 0 ' , Deposits. tI^KES* 'ftSggLJ **«*» r «IVESTMDtfTS-oExcellent First Mort gages and Municipal-Bonds for sala TUtJSTS-^&il classes of Trusts care fully administered. •AJnsvr i»«jp*»rr vAtriJTa. Win ia Minneapolis Stop at the New (olden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Wasnlngtom a*d Third Area. Be. Especially desirable for families and traveling parti American plan. $2 to $2.80 per day; European plan, 60c, 750. $1 and 11.60. with choice restaurant at reasonable price*. Special rates by week and month. . '--: IRON AND WISE FENCES, BANI AND OFFICE BAIUN&S, Window GfIards.IBONSTAIRS.etc. Write us your wants and we will send Catalog. FLOUR CITY ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS, Dept. Z. 1107 3rd Street S., Minneapolis, Minn J^V^Save Money § f? m^ BY USING THE kg* & Twin dig Telepleies. || 2 Business...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

- 8 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9,10. . Births. Mrs. C. G. Janson. 653 Adams st boy Mrs. Charles Janson, 616 19th ay NE boy Mrs. Victor Kwiecien, 801 Marshall st NE.giri Mrs. John Gangraer, 1325 sth st NE girl Mrs. Frank Hamack, 4203 Washington ay N boy Mrs. David C. Hoyt, 2715 Alma place....girl Mrs. Edward W. Carlock. 2."18 Glrard ay N boy Mrs. John M. Roberts. 2521 Cedar ay girl Mrs. T. C. Gust Larson, 2539 Qulncy st NE : girl Deaths. Lottie Storms, 607 sth ay S, 17 years. Jacob Roesenberg, city hospital, 20 years. Ada Catherine Harwood, city hospital, 26 years. Christine Kalander, Asbury hospital, 39 years. Arthur Wells, 516 Ninth st 3, 10 days. ■ _ Marriage Licenses. f John A. Johnson and Tillie Swaason. Nels J. Johnson and Segno S. Berg. John Ekstrom and Anna Llndstrom. James B. Bowen and Annie C. Normandin. Hakon Johnson and Maria Wallan. Sam Hilset and Anna Sather. I AGENTS WANTED AGENTS WANTED—IN iiiVERY WATER works town In the United Suites for the "Modern" filter: latest and mos...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

r SATURDAY EVEOTNGf, JIXT 18, EWE 3]^ HELD WANTED-MALE Continued. "WANTED—FIRST-CLASS MAN TO REPRE sent us in Western Minnesota and South Da kota. Address The Annen Candy and Biscuit Co., Green Bay. Wla. CATON BUSINESS. SHORTHAND. ENG . lish school open all summer, day and even ing; enter now; catalogue free. Tuition rea sonable. 620 Hennepin. Minneapolis. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—WANTED, one registered in Minnesota, for exclusive office practice; must be a capable and sober man, with complete surgical instruments. Q 1002, Journal. • WANTED—AT ONCE, SIX GOOD DRILL ers at Ortonville, Minn. Free fare from Minneapolis to Ortonville. Call or write. Address Baxter-Gluck Co., 2545 Aldrich ay S. WANTED—A GOOD SECOND-HAND BAK er. 629 32d ay N. INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABIL- Ity by attending the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite postoffice. . SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING book* and other office specialties; easy sell ers; liberal terms; exclusive territory; cata...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

10 WANTS-Pages 8,9,10 53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WE BUY diamond* or trade for new. We par cash tor old gold or make Into new Jewelry. Jacob* Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay S. - CASH PAID for all kinds of household good*. Don't sell before getting estimate from th« Town Market. 26-27 6th st 8. Tel. 1993. Will buy good ad-hand building, frame or brick; to be moved. Llndahl. 26 Sth st S. WANTED—SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stoves, boggles and harnesses and office fur niture, for shipment; pay more than local dealers. F 952, Journal. CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles; drop postal. A. I. Shapiro. 619 Wash, ay S. WANTED—A GOOD PORTABLE OVEN. AD dreas 318 Ist ay SB. WANTED—COMPLETE FILE MIDLAND Christian Advocate for '99; state price. C. W. Arnold, general delivery. __ WANTED—A 22-CALIB'ER STEVENS OR Remington sparrow rifle; suite price. M 1003, Journal. ■ , . . . ■ • ■ • ; WANTED— WALL TENTS, ONE about 12x15. one about ttxM; give lowest cash price. A 1005. Journal. WANTED— DESK AND CHAIR; . must...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

VIST IX ajtd JOURNAL JUNIOR PACIFIC BOTANICAL STATION Professor Conway MacMillan Gives Light on the Exact Status of This Interesting Institution. Several articles have appeared In the twin city papers recently concerning the Pacific coast botanical station which we are establishing on Vancouver island. These have been more or less erroneous and it has seemed best to publish an au thentic statement concerning the enter prise bo that it may be plainly understood by all who are interested. In the first place It is not connected with the Uni versity of Minnesota at the present time, except in so far as its promoters are connected with that Institution. Last winter I laid plans before Governor John S. Pillsbury and President Cyrus Korthrop and learned that they viewed with approval the general project. 1 have kept them Informed of its progress, but it lias been our ambition to put the station en it* feet before asking the university -^v a" * » • Wat** w^B**^ I^^^^HH Bbc >»..-.«^^f>...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

g Pulpit and Pew ANOKA CONFERENCE It Will Hold Its Annual Meeting From Tuesday to Thursday AT LYNDALE COHG'L CHURCH Complete Program of the Three Days Meeting-Rev. S. G. ' L'pdlke Moderator. The program or the annual meeting of the Anoka conference which will be held from Tuesday to Thursday of next week in Lyndale Congregational church, and the general theme of which will be "The Personal Christ," is as follows: Tuesday Morning—lo, •'Realizing the Pres ence of the Personal Christ in the Devo tional Hour," Rev. C. B. Fellows: 10:30, or ganisation and business; 11, moderator's ad drese, 'Realizing the Presence of the Per sonal Christ in Christian Fellowship," Rev. W. J. Gray; 11:30, "The Consciousness of the Personal Christ as Our Personal Savior," Rev. J. M. Hulbert; 12. recess, dinner served in the chapel for all regular delegates. Tuesday Afternoon—2, "The Adjustment of Differences Through Fellowship with the Per sonal Christ," Rev. A. L. Dascomb; 2:30, a free discussion, of local...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAT 18, 195TT Books and Authors NEW BOOKS lhaketyere and the Law-All stu dents of Sbakspere will properly appreciate the scholarly research ard interesting devel opments embodied in the "Falstaff and Equity" by Judge Phelps of the supreme bench, Baltimore. The book is an interpreta tion of Falstaff's expression in the play, '"There's no equity stirring," and .Tud(f<" Phelps is the first Shaksperc ioiiclar "/ho has givea the words tbe attention they merit. He shows ♦h&l, at the time the play of Heniy IV. was written the^e were some notable cases in the court of chancery where in, great injustice had been done one of the j parties. One of these cases pending was that of Shakspere's father against one Lam bert, and the bard was naturally and deeply interested in the suit, the chancery court being then at war with the courts of com mon law. 'I he contention was concerning valuable property near Stratford, consisting of a house aud sixty acres of land, which John...

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