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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1891

1 1 irYir.rffr.wir'r Ay Ay Ay Ay Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1891. NUMBER 16. SPOKANE SHOOTING. Charles Elliott Pistols Two Dive Act '. resses and Then Blows His Own Worthless Brains Out A Fearful Accident to a Buldwin Loco motive Exhibition Parry Current News of the Day. MrKDEK A1 SUICIDE. A Spokane Sport Goes Gnnnlns; for or , Variety Actresses. Spokane Falls, Wash., March 27. A doable murder and suicide occurred at the Casino theatre at half past two this ' morning. Charles Elliott a faro dealer, had been occupying the box nearest the stage on the right side for about an hour when he was seen to lean forward from the box and nre three shots at the per formers ou the stage. He then placed the muzzle of his revolver in his mouth, fired again, the bullet going through the top of his head. Three of the shots fired at the staee entered the left breast of Mable DeBabian. a variety actress, an other bullet entered the back of Carrie Smith just above the left hip, inf...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1891

Entered at toe Postofflce at The Dallea, Oregon, as tecona-cuus matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' "Y MAIL (POBTAOS rasrAID) IN ADVA NCI. Weekly, 1 year. .1 1 50 " t months. 0 75 " S " :. 0 50 Daily, 1 year....;... 00 " S month. 3 00 14 per 060 Address an communication to " THE CHKON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. THERE IS NO MIDDLE GROUND. No person of sound mind and instruct ed in the principles of common honesty can dispute the fact that the Oregonian is right when it denounces such men the Rev. Howard McQueary for remain ing in the communion of a religious body and drawing from it a salary for his sup port after he has not only abandoned its r peculiar doctrines, but commenced teach others fundamentally opposite. In such denunciation the Oregonian has it all its own way, for no one would care to . dispute a proposition so self evident as that a man is dishonest who takes pay from a church after he has abandoned her doctrines. But the Oregonian must not imagine that thousands of its read ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1891

THS D4LLES, - OREGON FKIPAY, APRIL 3. 1891 LOCAL AKD PERSONAL Jno. Medler of Sherman countv was in . town Tuesday. C. A. Williams-, of Wamic, gave ' pleasant call Tuesday. A. McCnlly and II. H. Traveler went to Goldendale Monday.. C. W. Haight of Cow Canyon and Joe Warner of Nansene were in the city Tuesday. The sheriff has been receiving county ; taxes at a lively rate for the past three or four days. The directors of the Eastern Oregon Co-operative association held a meeting Tuesday in this city. West Dalles property has today been . placed on the market by at least two of our local real estate dealers. County Treasurer Ruch has sent to the Ate treasurer $8000 as part of the pay ment of the state tax of Wasco county. Mr. Claypool of Crook county has thirty-four head of horses at the stock yards awaiting shipment to Portland. T. W. Sparks expects soon to leave this city for Portland where he intends . going into business on his own account. We had a plesant call today from Isaac ' ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1891

- - OREGON FEIDAY, - - APBIL3.1891 LOCAL AJTD PERSONAL. Birds In their little nests Sffree, And 'tis shameful sight, When two "retired ministers" Fall oat and chide and fight. Dr. Davenport, the dentist of Wamic was in town Friday . C. P.Healdof Hood River gave ns pleasant oall Saturday. John Parker the Hood River saw mill man was in the city Friday. Mrs. Thomas the milliner of Dnfur was in the city .Friday. . Fred Skibbe and N. Harris went Portland Friday morning. , to John Roth of Kingaley left Friday for Port Townsend with a car of beef cattle. Walla Walla is afflicted with measles. There are said to be 160 cases in the city. Five car loads of wheat were shipped from" the Wasco Warehouse Saturday morning. An immense amount of freight is now being handled at the freight depot and warehouses at the East End. ' A freight team was being loaded today at the Wasco warehouse with supplies for the Baldwin Land and Live Stock Company. Mr. C. P. Heald of Hood River informs ns that he never...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1891

VJ7 I.llaU I- t ") -.1.A THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1891. NUMBER 17. VOL. 1. STRIKERS ARE QUIET. No More Fighting at the Scene of Yes terday's Slaughter, but More Trou ble May be Apprehended. The McCarthrite Candidate Wins i Sligo Coal Miners Killed Blaine to Uphold Our Dignity. THE BIO STRIKE. All Quiet In the Coke Regions Funeral ts Take I I ace Saturday. Mt. Pleasant, April 3. Quiet reigns throughout the coke regions this morn ing. No outbreaks have occurred since the fatal raid of yesterday morning While the situation is still grave, the presence of the militia had a reaspuring ' effect. Two regiments are upon the trround. So far no further doaths have occurred but several more are in a criti cal condition. The funerals will take place Saturday. ' Peter Wise, master workman of the Knights of Lalxir, says the entire coke country will turn out and nbont that time the people must take care. The inquest on the bodies was resumed this morning, neither sheriff nor coke com ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1891

, w "" ut-.,"Ti cor 6 months.. .-. ' S, M Dally, 1 yew. " 6 months. " per " ..... 1 SO . 0 75 . 0 SO . 6 00 . S 00 . 0 60 Address all communication to " THE CHRON , ICLK," The Dalies, Oregon. BETTER TIMES FOR STOCKMEN. . Late dispatches assure as that Germany resolved to withdraw the embargo on American pork. The Germans are be ginning to understand that "no pig" on ' their part means "no beet sugar" on oars. We are also assured that "public satisfaction over the admission of Amer ican cattle increases as the quality of imports become recognized. The Ham burg official returns for March show that during the month 811 American cattle were imported. : If a lot of 296, brought late in February, by the steamship Amalfi be added the five weeks' total promises a rapid expansion of trade." All this is very encouraging to farmers and stockmen. Everything seems to indicate that the cattle business has touched its lowest point in the matter of prices. The opening of European mar kets to unrest...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1891

FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 3891 LOCAL AND 1'IBSOKiL. . C. H. Southern, of Boyd, was in town ; Tuesday. Hon. E. O. McCoy was in the city Monday. . , Portland wants "an open river to the ea" to carrv off the mirolua water, Mrs. C. H. Ilaynes of Hood River was in the city Monday and returned Tuesday morning. . A large amount ot treignt tor the in- teror is constantly arriving at the Wasco Warehouse. - Boyd Ashbv and m. Hinkle, of Antelope, brought in Tuesday a car load of horses which thev shipped this morning to Portland. Key. A.. Horn of the Lutheran church of this city, spent last Sunday at Hood River, at which place he held verv in teresting services to a large attendance. t This office has still a limited supply of - sugar beet seed from the Oregon Agri cultural Experiment station at Corvallis which it will distribute gratis as long as it lasts to all who may call. Mr. Abel Erskin of Erskinville, Sher man county was in the city Tuesday. He gives goo J reports of his section, and says Sherm...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1891

OBIGON FRIDAY. - - - APEEL10, 1891 LOCAL AND PKBSONAL,. Peach trees are blooming in favored ' localities. '. The river is six feet above low mark and falling. water The Hon. G. W. Johnston of Dofur was in town Thursday. A. J Brigham the well-known "S. B, man from Dofnr was in town . Saturday. Mr. V. C. Brock, the county clerk of Sherman county was in the city Saturday, Mr. David Bens, wife and daughter left for the east via Portland on Tuesday . last. We had the pleasure of receiving pleasant call from J. F. Ellis president of the Pacific University at Forest Grove, Saturday. It is the proper caper now to call the city of Spokane Falls simply Spokane, so the people decided at an election held there last week. C. W. Haight of Cow Canyon has sold his Clydesdale stallion Black Prince Sam H. Douglas of Tygh Valley for one thousand dollars.. . Mr. Henry Stroud and Messrs. Rod - man and MacMicken of Prineville, were in the city after merchandise for mer chants of that central city, last w...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 17 April 1891

Hit ll El 111. 1 J 1 Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1891. NUMBER 18. J THE CHICAGO ELECTION The Election Commission Finds a Judge that Breaks Open Sealed Ballot Boxes. The Italian Government Building More Cruisers Report that our Minister has been Ordered from Rome. FKKSIDKXT'8 WARNING. All Sealer Most Keep Oat Sea. of Bearing IN THE COKE BKGIOX. The Chicago, April 11. The board of election commissioners met today for the purpose of taking np the canvass of .votes cast at the city election Tuesday, The board proceeded to hear evident ' in the matter of the alleged misconduct of Dennis Sheehan one of the democratic judges of election. Harris, one of the republican judges, testified to Sheelan breaking into the box after it had been locked and sealed. Sheehan ' testified that the whole trouble arose from the fact of wanting to ' ran things to suit himself and did not propone to let democratic judges have any voice in the matter. He admitted that he broke the box with...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 17 April 1891

j Entered at the Postofflee'at The Dalles, Oregon, a second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. $1000 a month. By September it is hoped the works will be completed when an increased income ..will be cer tain to eneue; which may be safely placed at a yearly average of one thous and to twelve hnndred dollar a month. For God and Home and Native Land. EDITED BY i THJK DALLES W. C. I. UNION. Wetly 1 year ' '" ' 1 oOh jiww r.xjriu?;; p uwjiir.iru irotil montn... .,tni amount do not at- DreapiiL'-e.kvfwri f. -.1 I r - - rEKIOR, 1 j- ril 7, 1891.) ' f Tl V K Bally, 1 year.... '.. " S month.. HOXK l..M, 8 " per. . :. 0 Addreaa all communication to THE CHRON ICA, " Tte DaUea, Oregon; A FREE FERRY. We believe that the time has come when The Dalles ' should ' purchase the franchise of tbe ferry boat running be tween this city and Rockland and make It tree. We understand tne owners are willing to sell on very reasonable terms, The coast ' would . be a mere cagtelle when the advantages - that would...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 17 April 1891

THE DALLES, - - OKEttON FRIDAY, - - - APRIL 17. I. '. I. A Ml Ct RSO illiai, irf Miri--iw ciiuittv in in TTili made. " Put Bradford, one of the founders of the old O. f . N. Company, Is in the i4ty. Mr. O. J.. Vsnduyn. of Tysrh Valley, i. in lli -itv, a gut if Mrs. K. B. Hod. ' Th lfte ."n lrilfl Miupany have jfn lu ordr t nhifi' two cur loaai of ftlnl'Xr to Flnrem, Kansa.. J. W thf city. Five car load? of oattle were being fed at . the stock yards Tuesday. T. H. Johnston, the Iufur merchant, was in the citv Wednesday. , ' , . . , - being fed at the stock vards. Mrs. Pickett ha been quite sick from 1 , ,6 ,. "' "' "" )"'! 111 a 1111 Polk & Co.'s Ciazateer and Business Di rectory of Oregon, Washington and Idaho," has been in The Dalles for a few days nat and tomorrow will go to Gold pii1h1 to what businR ran be done in that flourishing -ily. H rirfi having met with minii "in'c-.." hre and thinks Th I nil. a gxi) town for hiifi-tit-? iu bid line a the jneivtiunt have i We are plea...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 17 April 1891

- OBEOOS FRIDAY, - APRIL 17. 1891 LOCAL AND PKBSONAL. : Arbor day was observed by the schools " of this city ' with appropriate exercises . T. M. Thompson of Dufur and S. lleeks of Moaier were in the city Satur day. '- " The funeral of Mrs. Henry Gardner of . Dufur, aged about 45 years, took place there Friday of last week. ." Sherman countv is the first countr in 'Eastern Oregon to send in its fall quota .'"of stateAax for the year 1890. : H. Herbring, the dry. goods man, to- day removed his stock of goods into . -store in the French block opposite. Dr. Logan went out Friday morning to '. Shearer s . Bridge to visit one of the C 11. V4.V,.-' 1 " . - . 1 George Herbert has rented the 'Hood ' River hotel from its owner Robert Rand, and will take charge beginning of next v -m.- ut V abundant success. ' . --' Not many years ago the Portland . chamber of commerce nassed a solemn . resolution that the government appro priation for openmg the Cascade Jcks was a useless waste of the public...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1891

w W WMmt a Ay Ay y AyAy Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1891. NUMBER 19. awvn r 1U THE FARMER IN LUCK. Wheat Takes an Upward Turn in the Chicago Market on Account of Removal of Duty in France. A Great Consumption Cure Discovered in France A Prominent Seattle Merchant Found Dead. . Chicago, April 17. There was a boom r in dieat today caused by a dispatch re i ceivI yesterday stating that the French government will probably be compelled . before August next to ask the chamber of deputies to suspend duties on cereals and that the German government ex pected to have to ask fhe reichstag to take similiar action. May option, which closed Inst night at .-1.07 and opened at 1.09. The market was weak, however, and for a time went down to 1 .08. From there is rallied, advancing to the highest prices yet re ceived for this crop, 1.10?iJi. At the close wheat was firmer cash 1.104 THE BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY. To Beeoma In Time One of the Frat Im portance to the Country. San Francisc...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1891

Entered at the Postoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, as seoona-cjaaa matter. ' 80B8CWPT10N BATES.. BY Kill (FOSTABS rUFAID) IX ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year..... I 1 60 " (month. 0 75 ' S " 0 60 Daily, 1 year 6 00 " C months.... v.. '. 8 00 per " 0 60 Address all communication to " THE CHEON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. EASTERN OREGON DUCT. WOOL PRO- tB. 8. Pasrne has just fornished the Oregonian with' some valuable statistics of the wool products of the counties bordering on the Columbia east of the Cascade mountains. He repeats the well known fact that "The Dalles is the largest wool growing delivery point in America." In the year 1888 the Moody warehouse handled 3,000,000 pounds of 5,000,000 pounds shipped from this point. Last year, notwithstanding the heavy mortality among sheep during the winter of 1889-90, the shipments from The Dalles. Arlington and Heppner are placed at a total of 6,316,720 pounds while the winter loss of sheep is esti mated at 220,000 head representing a loss in . woo...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1891

FRIDAY,' - - APRIL 24. 1891 o LOCAL AND PERSONAL. also this was Captain Henry Coe of Hood River was in the city Wednesday. Geo. A. Leihe and Chas. Schmidt went out to Dufur Tuesday morning, -.The old fashioned black cricket can be Been on Eight mile creek in thousands The court house has had a second coat of paint and its . appearance greatly improved. , Miss May Enrich t has returned to this city to take her old place as day operator at the depot telegraph office. Mr. Ben McAtee of Tygh left for home Wednesday with a find monument to be placed over the grave of his brother, W, H. McAtee. Long Ward has five sons whose aggre gate length is 31 feet and six inches. The aggregate length of father . and sons is 37 feet and ten inches. A case of contest was on trial today in the land office between Richard Siginan and Robert Bradley of Dafur. Abont ' -eighty acres of forfeited land in is con troversy. The Southern Oregon state board of . agriculture will hold its dstrict fair com mencing ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1891

LOCAX. AND FKBSONAI.. ' Captain Edersby of Eight-mile was in . the city Friday. . C. W. and Mrs. VanDuyn of Tygh Valley.were in the city Friday, ' Mr. Silas Beezley is going to Burnt . Ranch on a visit to his neice who is re siding there. . Mr. and Mrs. John Roth of Kingsley and their daughter Mrs. H. Fargher came into town Friday. The state of Pennsylvania has 1145 persons to the square mile and Oregon has in the neighborhood of two. V(m. Bird was in the city Saturday - transacting business at the land office in regard to his timber culture claim, The Chbonicli is pleased to hear that - Miss Lois Dufur, of Dufur, is getting . well of her late dangerous sickness, , A car load of cattle and one of hogs .were fed at the stock yards Friday and' one car of Wasco county sheep was ship . ped this morning by Jack Anderson to Victoria, B. C. ; Henry C. Coe and wife, of Hood River, " have given a bond for a deed in the sum ' of f 1200, for lots three and four in section ' ' A, town of Waco m...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1891

r W&tm .r i n ii Ml 1 Ay THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1891. VOL. 1. NUMBER 19. or STRIKES IN PROSPECT. Ten Thousand Men Belonging to the Building Trades at Pittsburg will 'Go Out May ist. Jack the Ripper Does Some Work in New York Rioters Drilling in Pennsylvania. PrrrsBUBQ, April 24. It is estimated that 10,500 men belonging to the build ing trades of this city will be either locked out or will strike, May 1st. St. Louis, April 24. Oyer two thous and union carpenters of this city have resolved to strike May 1st unless the losses accede to their demands for 40 cents per hour. " GUBERNATORIAL DIGNITY. Pennoyer Will Stand on His Right, as Goveraer of a Great State. Portland, April 24. Governor Pen noyer today said that although the opin ion published yesterday as to the man ner in which President Harrison should be received by him was not intended for publication yet he had nothing to retract today. ' " The governor believes the opinion ex pressed by him yesterday that he sh...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1891

Entered at the Poetofflee at The Dalles, Oregon, ai second-claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. BT MAIL (FOOTAGE runm) IX AST AliCC Weekly, 1 year. $ 1 SO " 6 months. 0 75 " S 0 50 Daily, 1 year. 00 " S months. 3 00 " per 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. A PRACTICAL PLAN. " The author of an article signed "Ob server," that appeared in the Oregonian of late date has requested ns to publish in the Cbboniclk bo much of it as will - make clear what he calls "A practical plan to secure The Dalles portage rail way and its successful working." In a private communication he informs us that the main track of the proposed road is via Five and Ten Mile creeks to the - Deschutes, touching the Columbia river at Biggs, which would be the port age section; thence southeasterly via Wasco to the John Day river, thence np Rock creek to its head with feeders touching Dufur and the timber section of the Cascades and on to Prineville and from Rock creek to the Fossil ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1891

The Weekly Ghroniele. '.. hisi oiiTT THJE DALLES. ... CRKGOX FRIDAY, - MAY 1. 1891 LOCAL AND PEKSONAL. . W. H. Heald, national bank examiner 1 fs in the city. ' Hon. W. W. Sti'iver, of Fossil, wan in the city Tuesday. Mr. Sol Honser is delivering wool at the Wasco warehouse. The salmon catch for this season so far has been very light. The Wasco warehouse received several loads of wool Wednesday. The Columbia, Wednesday, was twelve and three-tenths feet above 0, and is at a standstill. : Mr. Jas. M. Smith, of Seattle, Wash., is in the city visiting friends and attend ing to business. President Harrison and party will be in The Dalles Thursday, May 7th, at 11 :15 a. m. A license to wed has been granted to Chas. T. Early and Edith Blowers, all of Hood Kiver. Mr. Osborne of Hay Creek, is merchandise at the for that section. New View of Mho Settled California. In the programme which was carried out at San Francisco yesterday the presi dential party called on Adolph Sutro. During the spee...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1891

The Weekly Chroniele. THI DALLI8, OREGON FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. H. T. Johnston the postmaster Dufar was in the city Saturday. Of Miss Georgia Smith - of Hood River made a flying visit to the city to-day, A very large quantity of merchandise was discharged from cars at the depot to-day. Unas. JS. Bayard left Jvnday morn . ing lor Seattle where be expects to re main for some time. Miss Minnie Garrison of East Port land is visiting at the home of her grand mother Mrs. Garrison. B. S. Huntington went to Canyon City Saturday, to attend court, which is " in session at that place. So far this season, the run of salmon has hardly commenced, which is an un usual thing at this time of year. A wagon load of fat hogs owned by C M. Van Duyn were sold Thursday at five and one-fourth cents, on foot. C. M. VanDuyn sold two cars of beef . cattle to Mr. Lewis of Portland, last 'Friday. : . Hon. Robert Mays has returned from his ranch at Antelope where he has been for the past few wee...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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