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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

: mis (rains to f EmMH 01SGRIMIN1TIDN \\ SU(? Board of Education Invites New liUla on School > Textbooks. j; CONTEST OVER FUNDS SETTLED tL Amicable Arrangement Reached as to It Apportionment to Richmond and |1 Henrico and Cliestertleld Counties, Following Anuexation. |; The contest ovor tho apportionment [;, of the school funds for the countlca of 1 Henrico and Chesterfield and tho city of Richmond was amicably settled by IS" the state Hoard of Education and to ths satisfaction of the counties con- " eerpetl nt u special meeting of the I-. board, which was hold yesterday In the $ ofDoe ?t Superintendent of Public ln.structlon It. C. Stearnos. 1 The action of the board In this mati tef was pronounced ouultable by the |{ school superintendents of both coun- |? ties and by the Richmond superlntenl! dept. The questions affecting tho ap- '! portionrpent grow out of the annexu-* t; ttpn Qf territory by tho city, which be- ; oa)ne effectlvo November 5. Thereby l! the gehool popu...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

IDHESIVE STUMP TAX EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1 Collector Moncure Announces ScheJ. of Change** Under New Itevenue Act. NO STAMPS FOR HANK CHECKS In Many Hospect# War Revenue Act !h Not So liurtlenuome as That of 11)00, When General Stamp Tax Wan In Effect. Collector of Internal Revenue Tt. C.' I-. Moncuro has Juet comploted tho i schedule of adhesivo stamp lakes that goes Into effect on December 1, In accordance with tho emergency revenue law passed by Congress on Oatobor 22. Practically all of these special taxes muat be met by local business men. The aehedule of documentary stamps, as required by the new law, follows: Bonds, debentures or certificates of Indebtedness of any association, company or corporation, on each $100 faco valuo, 6 cent*. Original Issue of stock, organization or reorganizations, on each >100 face value, C cents. Hales, agreements or memorandums of sales, delivery or transfers of shares or certificates of stock, op each $100 faco value, 2 cents. Hales, agre...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

CUTTLE DEALERS FEELING f EFFECTS Of QUMM They Are Advised Not to Start Shipments to Now York Until Further Notice. STATE IS FREE OF DISEASE Forest Fires Are Doing Hcnvy Dniu- . aj<e in Lower Shenandoah Valley. Koniney Woman Dead of Scarlet. Fever, and Eight Children 111. ? "WINCHESTER, VA.. November 14.? Although no case of the foot and mouth dlseaso. now affecting cnttlo in a, number of States, lias lieon report - e'd In the Shenandoah Valley, the live stock dealers are feeling the effects of the quarantine regulations. Ernest M. Hoover, a buyer for one of the largest stock dealing llrms In tliis State, said to-day that his linn had Ijcen advised not to start any ship- | inent for the New York market until | further notice. The linn hail also re- ! Oftlved notice of a decline in prices in markets in Baltimore and other cities, 'ihe railroads of Virginia are co-op- ? elating with the State ami county officials in lioinjc everything possible to keep the disease out of this...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND STRIK'S GROCERY STORE Three Young White Meu of ChesterHold County Sent On to Grand Jury. SERVICES AT MEADE MEMORIAL Now Term o? Hustings Court, Part \U., to Open To-Morrow?Projierty Added to Tax Rooks by Rea-son of (irnnd Jury Activity. i ti.-K. Itoblna, Gordon Slaa and Ralph Talmage, three young white men or Chesterfield County, were sent on to tho grand Jury by Magistrate Robertaon yeBtemay inorptfcif? on tho cnargo or robbing J. F. Stfupo)a grovery store, on tho Pcterabyrg Pike, J"8* below Hcllwood. The Anon were balled ror tholr appearsucp at the next term or Chesterfield Clrcutt Court. The alleged robbers were arrested on High Street, In 1'ctorsburg. Officer A. T. Traylor wan notlflod, and ho saw ho foun<i on them some of tho ?tolon Kooda. They made an entrance to tne atoro through a window, It to eald. Service" at 3Ieade Memorial. Parochial services, which will lost two weeks, will begin to-day In Meade Memorial Episcopal Cliurch. rio%. Thomas SemmeB....

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

General Meeting of Committees to Be Hold at Noon on Tuesday. SCHOOL CHILDREN TAKK PART Mayor Grants Permission for Use of Streets and Parks In Collection of War Relief Fund on Wednesduj, November 25. Everything has started most auspiciously for the success of tho Belgian badge day. leaders of tho movement declared yesterday. Mrs. Andrew Gray and Mrs. Frederick R Nolting. who arc acting secretaries, are Interviewing the pcoplo of Richmond, and have received many spontaneous offers of help. l.leh and poor, young and old. persons o alt religious afllliations. liavo offered to take stations. There will be a meeting at 1- noon Tucsdav at the residence of the cliairnmn, Mrs. Frank D. Wllliams at whlch all who are going to receive o'U bu tiona under the direction of the coin lnltteo arc urged to bo present. J I Mayor has glx'en his otliclal permission, which reads a* follows: "Permission Is hereby granted to tl Held an badge committee, Its otllcer.. employes and duly authorised agents to r...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

UK IBS FOB I ' FIFTEENTH SHEET; I X'l'gcs City Council to Tako Broud View of Big Development. OUTLET TO NORTH AND WEST Tunnel Under Broad Street Will Open Up to Use Nearly Eighty Acres of Valuable Property Now Cut Off From Main Thoroughfare. ? With a broud vision of the future development of Richmond, Charles E. Richards, formerly a'member of the city Council, and a factor In tho devolopment of the eastern purt of tho city, lias come out as an advocate of the Fifteenth Street route as tho proper approach to Mayo's Uridine. Taking into consideration ultimate plans for tunneling under Uroad Street and for opening up tho Shockoo Creek \ alleyt Mr. Richards Bees much greater advantages In this plan than in that for the widening of Fourteenth from Main to Cary, suggested by tho Street Committee as tho most direct way to the bridge and as the best way of solving the problem of congestion in that vicinity. Mr. Richards said yesterday: SllOI'LI) t.\kk advantaoic ' OK <iUKAT OlM'O...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

UNITED DOCTORS tn Clirtmii* UlKenHca, S00-312 jrrlo Thenlrc niils. SPECIAL OFFER ? 7b new customers only. HAYNED 8 H BOTTLED-IN-BOND ^ QUART PROOF SPP| *HISKEV ^rruoiKKWO. Express Charges Paid IF you have never tTlcd rinyner Whiekey. 1 try it now. Mail us this nd with J-0 cents in stamps or coin?and wo will send you a full quart bottle of Hayr.fr Prix ate. Stock JipltUd-Iti-Ilotid Whiskey in Be&lcd case?express charges pi.id. Its a Snitted-in-limid whiskey of tho finest kind? Benled with the U. R.Government'BCJreen fitemp over tho cork?fully aged, full JOOt proot, full measure?sure to pleaae you in every way. You take Ho chances ? wooroonoof tho larj?C!,t Distillers in ?America?been in bufincfS 48 years? r.npit&l Sf.00,000.00. Order rrj;J:t now? order more than one rjunrt if you like? Boods will eo forward by firet express. Ordersfrom N. Me*., Colo., V.'yo., Mont., end all Bt.iiea Wost thi-reor must call tor 11.00 for one quill?express puid. 36-W THEHAYNERDIS...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

V. M. I. Squad Buried in First Half of Football Battle at Bro^d Street Park. TIDE TURNS IN SECOND PERIOD Lexington Eleven Makes Contest Close and Interesting?Queer Touchdown Over Fence. Swept completely off their feet and utterly bewildered In the first half by Clemson's whirlwind attack. and seemingly burled beneath nn avalanche of an elghteen-polnt lead, V. M. I. camo back In the third quartor with such Indomitable flght and perseverance, that tliey narrowly failed to even up the score. anil almost regained victory out of defeat. As It was, Clemson was returned victorious by the slim margin of four points, the final count being 27 to 23. Ity sheer pluck, and by taking advantage of every break of the game, V. >1. t. ntommod wlint wast a walkover and turned It Into one of the hardest, bitterest combats that has been seen In many a day. Clemiion Start* Willi n Itush. Clemson started the game with a grand rush, after kicking to V. M I. and forcing her to punt, by reeling of...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Itn0. Qllck for Uborstudt. l.ovv foi .McLean, JIokk 'or IC. Tronkuiftnn. ' HaVlland for Qennert, Swart for , rhenk. Sheisk for Swart. Brown for Hay III1I, Hlghley for LambertOii, L?smborton for Hlghley. Tale?Scovlt for Know lea, Hast on tor Wlldoti. Guernsey for Ijegore, Gould for Urann, Loughbridgo for Talbolt, Carter for SttUuian, Oakcs for Oonroy, J. Shtldon for Botts, Brantt for Gould. Stlllman for Curter, Wilson for ICaston. Cornell for Alnsworth. C. Shejdon for I.K>ughhridgo, Von Holt for J. Sheldon, Alnsworth for Cornell, Talbott for C. Sheldon, Betts for VOn Holt, Logore for Qucrnsoy. BARTON HEIGHTS DEFEATS CHURCH HILL ELEVEN Dunn JlnkcH 05-Vnril ltun on tin Inter* ifplcd ronvned Pitnw nuil Win* (?nine, The Barton Heights football eleven defeated the Church Hill Athletic Club eleven yesterday by the score of l'J to a before n crowd of SO0 people. The teams lined up in inidseason lorm, but Ihe Northsiders outgeneraled tlieir oppdnentti In lino plnuges and falte for...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

WILL SURELY BE SOLD Weal May Not Go Through Before llegiunlDg of Next Hcuhou?Wards Likely Pureluiaers. CAKDINAL8 ALSO ON MARKKT Mrs. Brlttou In Anxious to Get Out ? of Hasebul!?Weegliniun Is Well Liked l?y Organized Moguls?Mandot (o Dux Baylor Thanksgiving. N* 10\V YOHIC, November 14.?The nolion of the American Leaguo potentates last week In electing President Frank Farrell, of tlio Ynnkccs, (o membership on thu board of directors, was taken solely lo case Farrell's embarjuBSiuent iti Ills present trying circumstances. Though there is nothing to be ' ashamed of In ? man wanting to h?;11 something ho owns, it l? not plcasan^ to rcullzu tliat Hie wliolo world knows ho Is ut> against it. anil obliged to turn itis property into cash. Accordingly Farrell's friends in the league brouscht about lils public vindication in the way they did. ? However, it was not. Farrell by name hut "tho president of the New Vork Club." who was elected to tho board, which means that whoever may be...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

BILLY NOLAN IS 8 Brought Xolson nnd Wolpast to Front, and Now Has Interests of McFarland in Charge. MAKES FORTUNE IN KING Michigan "Wildcat" Credited With Earning $.'100,000 Since Entering Squared Circle?Former Pugilists in Movio Dramas. Billv Nolan, successor to the late Blllv *1>. lany, as the "maker of ring champions," is with us once more. The ono-linK1 mentor of Jim Jeffries hail the enviable reputation of developing more title holders than any man in the name; while Nolan lias piloted more pugilists in the championship harbor than any manager in captivity. Nolan's success lies in the fact that bv uncanny shrewdness li? matched two of his charges for battles that netted them world's championships, and the attendant glory and remuneration. Nolan's llrst noteworthy manoeuvre was to Inveigle Joe Qans in*'' a match with Battling Nelson, that enabled the Durable Dane to wrest tho lightweight championship from the colored wizard. A few vears later, when Nelson decided to '...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

TO CALL IS URGED \ Vigorous Appeals t:o Complete Recruiting of Britain's Army of 1,000,000 Men. RESTORE OLD'REQUIREMENTS England, Who Has Never Asked for Sons in Vain, Has No Fear at Present. LONT>OJJ, November 1.?There are manifestly concerted and vigorous aP1 k;i la to complete tho recruiting of Britain's army or 1,000,??0 inen. Within the last few days almost every pal>cr In London, in Its news columns and editorially, ban urged a prompt response to the call, ore or two of them reminding their readers-that It Is far better to have a volunteer army than even to consider the possibility of conscription. During the tlrst rush of enlistments the requirements were raised, a most unusual -thins In time of war In any country. Now they have been restored to what they were before. The age limit hya been extended, all men being acoopted now who are between nineteen and thirty-eight years old. In the cane of former soldiers the. limit Is fortv-flve years. The minimum h...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

NAM'S LABORATORY 1 WORKING FOR VIRGINIA \\ ast Quantities of Fresh Water Marl I Is Prepared to Make Its Farms Fertile. ! ?ITS COST IS VERY SMALL. 'Almost Inexhaustible Supply Found ; in Valley of Virginia, and Only i ; Awaits Use for Agricultural Pur- J I poses?Permanent Ueneftt to {foil. ? \ by rm. to. a. schuiieiit, Miueriilogtat. ./ At the present. time there in a great Jdeniand for material cither of pure jchcmical composition or mechanical ? mixture tlint can bo applied to the hoII '.and acceleratc plant growth, :is well jas permanently cnrlch the soil. ? During' the .past five years there has Jbeen all increasing interest in products Jtliat would permanently restore the Isoil and a Id in plant growtri^of such a '.character that would add vegetable matter and nitrogon to our farm lands I ?which are heimr rapidly depleted. Among these proAucte may bo mentioned potash, soda, cyanimids. burnt lime, ground limestone, phosphate rock and marl. STATK IS VICHY H1CII ,s' UKPOMTS or M.tn...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

CONFIDENCE RECEIVES HI REINFORCEMENTS Barbed Wire Entanglements of Restricted Trading Are Being Overcome One by One. ADVANCE MUST BE SLOW Securities Carried by Stockbrokers Are Pretty Well Tied Up and So No. Menace to General Market. ' Outlook Is Better. BY I1KOADAN WALL.. NEW YORK, November 14.?Confidence received heavy reinforcements during tho post week, and one by one barbed wire entanglements of restricted trading are being overcome. Tlili advance, to bo permanent, j must be alow, and the Held Is by no mfftnii j cle-ar for tho resumption of speculative operntlonn or the ll(|utdotlon of weak accounts. Securities carried by stockbrokers aro pretty well tied up In a manner that prevents them from being a menace t^t this time, and the rise that has occurred In outnldt prices for standard Issues hu.? greatly relieved the necessity lor liquidation In some quarters. Ronds have nhown advances that carried prices to a level that Invites realizing sales, for now Issues will dlctuto Inter...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Tlli: TIMES, Founded '?'IIK UISrAT('l(, Koiindcd . . 1SSS . 1850 Publlhlird i-vrrj- day In the year by The 1'lmrtiDlNpatcli I'ubllMliliiK Ctimimuy, Inc. Adilrrm all ?-Mniuiuuii-ationn to TUB TIMKS-RISPATCIT, Tlmr?.|)lN|ip(oli UiiIIiIIiik, 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. TELKI'lUtM;, I{ANDOI.ril I Publication o flier 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond JOUO Hull Street IVtcrsiliurK 100 North Sycamore Street l.j null bur* ..2IS Ulghtli Street IIASBROOK. STOltY BROOKS, INC., Special Advertising; IteprcnentatlvcM. \evr York ?00 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Ufe Building Chicago People's Gail Building .'I SUBSCRIPTION RATIOS I Bi MAll. One SI* Three Oue J'OSTAtiE PAID Venr. Mo*. 3I??. Mo. Dally nnd Sunday... .$0.00. $.1.00 ** .50 $ .50 Dally only .. -t.OO 2.00 1.00 . 35 Sunday only a.00 J.00 .50 .25 By Tintcn-Dinpatch Carrier Delivery Service la Richmond (and Miiburhn) and Petersburg: Dally lrltb Sunday, one ncek.. . . . . .in cent* Dally rrlthout Sunday* ono vreek??.'/, ?-... ....

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

THE CHURCHES AND -TO-DAY'S SERVICES Regularity in Religion Sermon by REV, OURALD OILDRRHOX, l'nntor of Third Christian Church. (Written for The Tlmeo-Dlapatcli.) Text: "And lie kneeled upon his knees ? ilny. *nd pruyed . . . as lio did aforetime."?Dun. vl. I'J. Do you want the secret of a great soul? Does tho desire for a strong and. liappy life come upon you? Its answer In here: Regularity In religious exercises. cuolomnry devotions |o the Almighty, habitual holiiiera, fixed and steady principles of mind and of heart. Do not get the notion that the strains that life brings upon character, that the dark Ibkui'h of our pilgrimages can bo faced and overcome by momentary magic. When the decree was signed, Daniel prayed, but only "as he did aforetime." He does not recourse to .prayer, as in the agony of the hour, nor Ik he shaken to convulsive and dire.effort In the faces of an "Immutable" verdict. He has a calm and a poise which come from the painstaking past, lie Is now a gray-haired ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

CUTTING OUT THE CUT-OUT IS DRASTIC IN CHICAGO I'erliupa Chicago litis been somewhat 'adlcal In Its effort to eliminate the cutout by ordering' Its police olllccrs to arrest motorists whoso cars are fitted'with this device and which ma> "be operated from the seat, says .Motor Age. Those arrests arc being made even if the cutout is not being operated; that i? may bo is still).den! ovidrnco for 'the police, who have been combating this motoring nuisance. But sucli radical mensurcp are necessary in order that the abuse may be stopped. A driver with a cutout no Placed that it may bo used by stepping on a pedal often is tempted to use it when he shouldn't, lie cannot resist the temptation to listen to the bark of the motor. Hut l>\ going to the root of the i \ iI in this manner, the Chicago police have taken _ such vigorous measures that ii should not take much effort to stamp run the practice. There is no gainsaying the fact that whereas a cutout is necessary when t...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

MORE CARE REQUIRED IN WINTER TO OPERATE CARS] \\ urk of tlir Siiirnjcc llnlter)' Incrtnxd J Ourlujc Cold WcatUrr?llwu to Overcome TrnublrN. Moro euro must bo shown towurds ! your eloctth; starting awl lighting | equipment for the winter season than I for tlic summer season, says tin odl- ' torlul In Motor Age ,|lt. |lnxt ?Ivy months the Jo;ul of tho lights 1 should move the lieu viest druln on the buttery capacity, but tbc work of starting also niuy he very severe unless due caution is taken by the drivers. In eold weather the ca|>nelty of tliO storage buttery Is normally lower than In warm weather. Coupled with this are two other facts, namely, that more current Is required for lighting In winter season than In summer, and, lastly, that more power is required for starting: the motor In eohl weather than In warm weather. These three conditions make the work 011 the Htoruge buttery much heavier In winter than in summer, and, coupled with these, Is the further fact thnt the...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Weekly C&flemidlanr . v!*v AtA DIO.M V OF MUSK*. Monday, Tiicuday nnd Wftlncsilny, with (Inlly in nt I lie cm?Motion picture. "\flitunf'* DniiRlilcr," featuring Annette Krllrrmnnn. Thurndny anil Friday uii;l<lx?Itieh111 <111 il 101 ks' minNtrrl show. ('OI.OMAI, TIIUATIIK. All tlic wptK, IVI til iiiutliiees TlirKiljiy, Thursday nml Saturday?(irnycc Scott Company In "Mnry .lime's l'?." 10MIMKK THEATRE. All tlic ?rck, with inntlnees Ttiefl(la)'t Thiirndny and Sntunlny?Taicllle ha Verne (.'(unpnny In "The Mnn of the Hour,'* I.YItIC TlfHATIiK. All tho lteck. with dally nuitlneexI*<i|inlur vnuileville nml jilvturrK. llMOC THKATItK. All the week, with mutineer! Tiicndny, Thursday nml Saturday????The (?Iris r*rom .lojlnnil" hurle*<iue. M'PUIIIOR THKATHIS. Pictures. CITY ACDITUHIIIM. Thurndny nl^'it?'?The Jolly Kntertaluers,' colored minstrel nIiuw. -XKI'TI'XK'S I>AI KI1TRH" AT ACAHKMY POIt Til It UK HAYS That very beautiful ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

The Trey O'Hearts Itoinantlc Talo br Loula Joseph Vane*. Copyright, 1114, by Louia Joaeoh v?nc?. SYNOPSIS. Hy arrangement with ilie Universal Kill Manufacturing Company. It Is possible I i?ad "The Trey O* Hearts" In The Tlniei Ulspatch an I alco to K*e It In pictures < tho Superior Theatre, Synopsis or precedlti chapters: Tin trey of hearts la tho dent sign ii*cd by Seneca Trlnu In the prlva' war of vengeance. which, through the ugenc of his daughter Judith, n woman of violet patssluiit Ilko his own, ho wages again: Alan I.aw, ?on of tho man (now dead) wli ?viw Innocently responsible for tho accldet Whiih left Trlno a helpless cripple for Iff Alan hues and Its loved by lto?o, Judith twin and double, but In all other respee her opposite. Judith vows to compass Alan death, but Alan save* her llfo under dri inaliu i.'IrOtimftancoti, and ?<> unwilling! wlu.s her love. Thereafter Judith Is ai united In turn liy the old hatred, tho no Jove, and Jealousy of...

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