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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

j w CH'Y NEWS. j LOCALS. L. A. Knox, Esq., Attorney at Law practices In all Courts, wills and legal papers drawn. Office: 1419 E. 18th Street. Bell 'phone Grand 1413. llr. and Mrs. J. B. Oliver, 1709 Tracy, and Mrs. Laura Lewis spent Sunday In Carrolton, Mo., with Mr. Oliver's father and Mrs. Lewis' broth- TYPEWRITING DONE at Kansas City Sun office, 1803 East Eighteenth street. Neat, quick work, nates rea sonable. Engagements by appoint ment. Bell phone East 999. BoBrn to Oather and Mattle Fergu son April IB, a girl, to whom they have given the name of Dorothy Alal. Mrs. Ferguson was formerly Miss Mat tie Emery. ty. All work guaranteed. 1711 Mich igan Ave. Monday out of town pa tients. Monday hours, 8:30 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. 'Miss Cora B. Holmes. Mrs. P. C. Klncald Is Improving from her recent serious Illness under the efficient nursing of Mrs. S. M. Baker. Her sisters, Mrs. Williams of Nlcho lasvllle, Ky., and Mrs. B. J. Harrison of Webster Grove, Mo., and her eld est son, J. W. Kln...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

ELNG John (Copyright, 1915, by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) SAY! Did you ever burst right Into Bohemia and with the ajd of a complaining pocketbook try to Help yourself to a Hilarious eve ning? Tag me I'm It, Of course, I don't mean Bohemia In the highbrow sense nix. Not one of those quaint retreats with the lemon colored atmosphere where sad-eyed Artistic Temperaments foregather to chop spaghetti with a fork and bark hand-made repartee at each other over a beaker of absinthe nix. I mean the Bohemia so called by the Buyer from Max Plahn'a Universal Emporium, Waukesha, Wis., who hits New York along In August and leaves the Imprint of his sandals all over Longacre Square and adjacent by ways. The Bohemia, so called, which Is composed of Incandescent lights dls gulshed as rosebuds; Bulgarian wait ers disguised as second-story work ers, and a menu card which, without cny disguise, leads the unwary direct ly to a Petition In Bankruptcy. The Bohemia, so called, where the "wise virgin...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

LUNG tho WMS TO DO Domelbuin THelpsT Am hr? CITY HELPED BY NEWSPAPER Prominent Man of Mobile, Ala., Gives Testimony to Good Work by Press. "Tho Mobllo chamber of commerce for tho last couple of years has not taken any pago space In newspapers; hut wo have had occasion recently to have a great deal of newspaper pub licity on several matters and the re sults from It have been far .beyond our expectations. "Within tho last two weeks wo had n campaign for tho raising of better Itvo stock, which was commented on by tho newspapers throughout the country, and brought up scores of in quiries from all parts of tho United States. Without this newspaper pub licity our campaign would have been for naught, as It was through tho newspapers' that the Interest was aroused, and today everyone In this section is talking cattle raising. "Another instance: , "Somo weeks ago wo inaugurated a movement to celebrate a day in honor of the Satsuma orange, grown in this section, which is a recent Industry. Ou...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

Our Mottoj "Nothing but The Best" The Crosihwait Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" The People ay we hve made toina of the most beautiful and orlglual de signs In floweri overseen In Kansas City, Our Specialty "Quick Delivery-Satisfactory Service" Dell Phone East 273 Home Phone Main 90T0 1801 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Mo The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions MOBERLY, MO. By MRS. W. II. DAVIS. Sunday, services at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist church wero well attended. . The pastor, Rer. J. H. Swancy, preached two soul reviving sermons, with one addition.... Mrs. Alice Stvan of Columbia, Mo., arrived In the city to attend tho bedside of her daughter, Miss Anna Mae Llvan. They depart' ed for home Sunday at 5:30 u. m.... The entertainment given by the La dles' Sowing circle of Pilgrim's Bap tist church was qulto a success. A neat. sum was realized.... Rer. J. A. Hurley preached an interesting ser mon...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

Sun ALL THE NEWS FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE TIME VOLUME VII. NUMBER 35. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915. PRICE, 5c. If the G. 0. P. Would Win Next Nominate T. R, Marks for Mayor Spring COUNTY COURT LIBERAL Judge Dispense Comfort to InfirmColored Persons ''HOME" a Happy Place Under Efficient Superintendency By C. A. Starks. "The poor you have with you al ways" was no uncertain fact uttered by him who Indeed was a friend of the lowly. To such mdy be added the weak, Infirm and to the aged, for time and condition Is continually marking and making these objects of kindness, pity and solicitude. From an old miserably dilapidated shack where the rain poured as freely on the Inside as It did out ,to a nice roomy, well venti lated well kept building; Is recent and eventful history of the "Jackson County Homo for Infirm Colored Peo ple" formerly known as the Negro section of the poor farm. Some change Indeed and 'we owe It all to tho bl ghearted and generous judges of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

Youth's Victorious Hour 3y ALsCE 13EVAN HURLBUT (Copyright, 1913, by W. Q, Chapman.) "A boy to be proud of!" boasted Mr. Geoffrey Burrldge. "Ho graduates with the highest honors tomorrow. It has been rather harsh and cheerless for a warm-hearted, lovable fellow like Chester to know nothing of the joys of a real home, but my system has carried him through all the trials and tests Incidental to a live, up-to-date young fellow, and I congratulate myself. Yes, sir 1 feel a glowing con sciousness of having done a great work!" Hayden Storm, college subtutor. bowed In apparent acquiescence with the vaunting mood of his companion. The while he smiled to himself. Mr. Burrldge was In a garrulous mood and Storm let him run on at will. "I'm a determined man when I set my will at work on a thing," proceed ed rich and self-satlsflcd Geoffrey Bur rldge. "You have been very close and very kind to Chester, and I can speak to you In confidence. Five years ago my wife crossed me In a business mat ter....

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

f tvi . vii. F'RST among tho commercial rivers of civilization, the most important geographical feature of central Europe, a hotly con tested boundary for more than two thousand years, one of the rich est among the streams of the world in legend and folklore, and Incom parable for the beauties of Its course, when ono calls to mind tho Rhine of Germany he thinks upon one of the most Important elements of the cul ture and the history of his race, whether ho be of -Its Latin or its Teu tonic branch, The Rhine and tho Germans came upon tho stage of history together, and their fates have been indissolubly bound together ever since, says the National Geographic society's bulle tin. His kindred with this mighty river. Father Rhine, Is one of the more conscious elements of each Ger man's life, and to this his folklore, his literature, his war songs, his opera and his blood offerings have testified. Few geographical features have af fected the conscious life of a race so deeply as has the Ge...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addred to Tho Kansas City Sun. 1803 East 18th tret. Bell Phono Eatt 999. Entered as second-class matter, August 12, 1908, at the postoffice at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 8, 1879. Nelson a Crews Editor and Owner Wllla D. Glenn ..iQeneral Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear filx Months mree Months 60 ADVERTISING RATE, SO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 21th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 60i Char- ""centennial M. EL. Church, 19th and Woodland. . . Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Cansas' Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and KEDeneier A. M. E. Church, 17th and yAu&ustlne's P, E. Church, 11th and 11 vfne St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and IWSlueValley Baptist church, 1120 Crys- USt VJnou A. M. E. Church, 1743 lielle- ''Isventh Day Adventlst, 23rd and Wood- U8?! Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

s city news. I The Ladles' Coterie will fjlvp their first exhibit Monday even ing, May 17, at Lyric Hall. Dancing from 8:0O to 12:00. Mr. William Smith writes that ho reached Chllocco, Olc, the 26th en route walking to rjalveston, Tex. NOTICE. "Songs ot the Seasons" a fairly tale by Chas. A. Sparks will appear In our next Issue. Tho postponement was unavoidable. v , Mr. A. O. Marshall, tho famous Chef ot the Chicago & Northwestern, who his been spending his vacation at Omaha after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at ChllUcotho, Mo., has returned to Orln, Wyo. lor Marshall is one oi ttio Reason. Mr. the substantial men of the race and mlsfortune. as such pe0pie are only To The Kansas City Sun: Some time ago having heard of a certain person making an uncomplimentary remark concerning me as many have dono during the past two or three years, I called him In question and he not only denied tho remark but swore that he did not know mo and struck me. This occurred near a pla...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

!uitiiitiii)iitiiiimnimMiniiiiiminininiinmiiii'inimnirj When the reamer Waked tiititmiitmmiiiniiniiiiniiiiitmritmtiimmntniniriimnm By H. M. EGBERT i,i,iimimttimtimmii)HlimiNmmilililiirt!iiiifHrl (Copyright, 19lS, by W. G. Clinpman.) "I'm glad you are going to marry Norma, Harry," said Norma's father to her nance. "She Is the best and sweetest girl In tho world, and I have always hoped that she would marry a good' man. I think you arc the best suited to Norma of any man I know Ana Harry Maclntyre had gone atvay from the dreaded Interview feel ing as If he were treading on air. Ho counted the months that lay be tween him and the goal of his desires. Norma, with her sweetness, her radi ant goodness, her simplicity of heart was always In his thoughts. And Norma was not "temperamental." Like many, perhaps most literary men, Harry was "temperamental." A rising writer, already earning a com fortable Income, Harry had created heroines Innumerable, blondes and brunettes, piquant heroines, st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

NEW MILLINERY MODES OUTLINE OF HATS FOLLOWS OUTLINES OF 8KIRTS. IN WHITE AND GREEN Smart Toques of Last Season Are No Longer Seen Latest' Ideas Seen In Paris Are In the Smart est of Styles. Everyono has been wondering what kind of hats or toques we aro going to wear with the now dresses with tho full skirts which measure from six to eight yards round the hem and the picturesque coatees which recall the styles of olden times, writes Idalla de Vlllers In the Doston Globe. It waa of course evident that the ultra-smart toques of last season would bo quite out of place in these altered circumstances. Tho outline of last summer, and indeed of last au tumn too, was distinctly saucy. The underdresses wero so short, and nar row and the tunics so long and wide. With' these costumes velvet forage caps, and high toques which looked rather like Inverted Jam pots, looked quite tho right thing. We have to look for a change of outline where our hatB are concerned since the out line of our skirts ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 May 1915

1 Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" The Crosthwait 'floral Company Everything in Flowers - and Flower Designs "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" Tho People say wo have made some of the most beautiful anil orlglunl lo slgns In flower over seen In Kansas City. Our Specialty "Quick Delivery-Satisfactory Service" Bell Phono East 273 Home Phone Main 0070 1801 E. IStli St., Kansas City, Mo The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions SPECIAL VALUE In Gray Enamel Ware and Hardware BARGAINS Special Bargains in ourNo tion Department and Hair Goods Help Make Our Store Your Store, Our Customers Your Friends Spscial Values in Furnishings for Men Women and Children GIVE US A CALL Taylor Holmes & Co. Mrs. Annla Holmes, Mano.or 2409 Vine St. K. C. Mo. BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER. Mrs. C. A. Smith has opened a branch office of MRS. S. BEDFORD'S Wonderful Hair Grower & Scalp Treatment This treatment has proved to be a wonderful buccoss. Mrs. Smith will receive patients...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

nimrtrmri mma A FEARLESS DEFENDER Of THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME Suit VOLUME YI1. NUMBEK 30. . KANSAS 'CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1915. PRICE, 5c. , . Shall jitneys be Allowed lo Refuse UslVittiout a legal Battle? i PROF. G. N. GRISHAM. Whose resignation as Principal of the High School of this city created a profound sensation as well as expressions of universal regret on the part of white and colored people alike, who appreciated his unselfish and tireless efforts in behalf of his city, his race, and the Public Schools of Kansas City. As an educator the Sun unhesitatingly states that Prof. Grisham has few peers and no superiors In America. PROF. GRISHAM RESIGNS. Resignation Due to III Health. Twenty-Six Years oflftctlve, Able and Effective School Work. Wm. H. Dawley, Jr., for 15 Years a Teacher in Lincoln, and One of the Race's Most Popular and Progressive Leaders, Ap pointed to Fill the Vacancy. To mold the young mind In Its first stages and shape its destiny accord i...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

INMMTIONAL STf&A TdFrrOTTTrN7 A siwrsoiooi AFRO-AMERICAN CHINS Lesson IDy E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of Sunday School Course, The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, 111.) H 1 PL taf sr '. . . STAMBOUL." "the place over there," as this modern perversion of the Greek phrase "In the city" Is often translated, has been sung by poets and painted by artists and been the theme of almost Intemperate eulogy since Us early days when, as the picturesque little Greek city of Byzantium, It stood for the east ernmost settlement of Greek culture In Europe, a tower of light shining over the barbaric Orient that lay within Its sight across the way. From these early days of Alexander the Great, of Xerxes, of Darius, (the jump of centuries to that most celebrated of all (milestones, the Inauguration of the city as the capi tal of the eastern empire by Constantino on the "eleventh of May, 330, was not uneventful, though '.nothing like the story told by the eleven hundred land twenty-three years of...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

Lincoln Electric Park OPENING DATE Saturday, May 15th , s In reality Saturday and Sunday May 15th and 16th, will be the two opening dates, as all who wish to attend this Grand Opening will will not be able to do so in one day. If you want to witness the fin est Park opening of the season, "Come". Cap't Smith's Lincoln Park Band will play every night, and that means the "Acme" in music. The Dance Orchestra will be unexcelled. The Big Eli Ferris Wheel and three abreast jumping horse Merry-Go-Round are the finest money can buy. The management is too busy placing various attractive conces ions to write long advertisements, so will just say "Come and See". LINCOLN HIGHWAY Lincoln Highway has been adopted as the most suitable name for the Promenade or Walkway fronting concession row. The first prize awarded for the name goes to Miss Pauline Rone, 1415 East 17th Sfreet, and the prize is a Season Pass to the Park. Passes are also awarded to Miss Edith A. Williams, 1323 Jackson, and Miss Bea...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SDN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should b add sail ! 4 to Tn Kansu City Sun, 1803 East 18th Btret, Bell Phono Et W9. Entered aa second-class matter, August IS, 1908, at the poatofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 8, 1879. Kelson C. Crews Editor and Owner iWIHa U. Olenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear Btx Months H Jhree Months 80 'ADVERTISING RATE, SO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church. 21th and Flora, St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 04 Char- Centennlai M. E. Church, 18th and .wooaiano, , , . Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebeneier A. M. B. Church, 17th and tTracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and 1 Vine St. Baptist Church, U25 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and KYoodlaAd. Blue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. , ...,,, 8t, Jttn'a A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle low. . Seventh Day Adventl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

. t 4 1 , Have you visited the Colored Handy lore at 2409 Vine street? Go there for bargains. , Have you redd Hubbell's Interesting ad. concerning the "Brown Clipper?' If not, read it. For -notions of all kinds visit the Colored Handy store at 2409 Vino street. They have Just what you want at the price you want to pay. Mrs. Frank Harris and Mrs. J. E. Perry are visiting in Parsons, Kas., and are the house guests of Mrs. Mor ton, the aunt of Mr. Frank Harris. Mrs. Lillian Savlngton Lewis of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, ar- rived Thursday evening to visit her sister, Mrs. Harry J. Brown, 1C39 Cot; tage avenue. When you want work done up-to-date, call up the COLORED ACME HOUSE CLEANING CO. Prices rea sonable. Bell phone Main 751; Home Main 7555. Residence phone Home Main 6438. M. C. SPICER, Manager. Wanted Leading soprano, contral to and bass singers; also good pian ist. Chrmtstains preferred. Apply to B. J. Knox, business manager, Impe rial Concert Company, 1513 Woodland avenue, W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

POOR VINCENT LIND By EDNA DALE WILKERSON. (Copyright, 1915, by V,'. Q. Chapman.) Three lovers!" "Yes," calmly nodded easy-going, comfortable-minded Mrs. Noyes "One too many," declared her mar ried sister, sharply. "What aro you thinking of, Mary!" "Of Eugenie first, last and all of the time. As you see and acknowl edge she Is a frank, open, loving hearted girl. We have let her have lier own way. With all her attractive ness, of course It Is no wonder that sho has suitors. There have been a dozen of them. They have narrowed down to three." "And she encourages ?" ventured Mrs. Eunice Ward. "None of them. There is Ray Blackburn substantial, .practical and clear headed. Eugenie thinks he Is the smartest business man In the vil lage. Then there is Vernon Morse. If Eugenie had her way, he would be elected circuit judge toworrow And finally Vincent Llnd. Poor Vin cent!" Mrs. Ward looked Interested. "Why do you say that, sister?" she chal lenged, keenly Inquisitive. "Oh, he Is a dreamer art...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

snro'o o oooooooooooo mnnnrtnn His Supreme Sacrifice J Br H. M. EGBERT SLSSt 0.0.0JJljl,0.0.ajAflAUlJLnJ).IUt.!O (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) "Of my brother 'Philippe, my dear father, I have heard nothing, though family unhapplncss cut him oS from our circle so many years, I am sure Ithat ho Is fighting on tho sldo of (France." Captain Jean Janvier laid down his Jen and stared out into the gathering darkness. It was his eight hours oft Iduty, but, exhausted though he was, land longing (or tho reDOBe of his straw tbed In the excavation under tho hill, too was writing a letter home. It was odd that he was thinking so Insistently of Philippe, his wayward brother. The family came from Al sace. After tho war of 1870, when tho Germans annexed that province, they migrated to France, always hop ing to return when tho despoiled ter- 'rltory had been regained. Philippe had visited Tbann, where their inter ests were, to carry on tho extensive wine business. But, after a bitter quarrel,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 May 1915

I Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" The Crosthwait Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" The People y we have made some of the most beautiful and orlglual do signs In flower over seen in Kansas City. Our Specialty "(Jniek Delivery-Satisfactory Scrviec" Boll Phone East 2?3 Home Phone Main 0070 1801 E. 18th St.,9 Kansas City, Mo . The Handy Colored Store SLATER, MO. Sunday (he services at both ot the churches were largely attended. Prof. A. C. Lewis, with his assistant, Miss M. Hlackwell, Is piloting the school to perfection.... Rev. I. T. Mack Is preparing to leave the city and lo cate more centrally for his work. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Mrs. Chas. Ward .left the city Sun day evening, April 25, with the body of her sister, Mrs. Sallle Guy, who departed this life after a long Illness. Mrs. Guy was burled Wednesday morning In their old home In Kansas City. Mrs. Ward wishes to thank Rev. Robert Herring and his choir for the ktdness rendered during the ser...

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