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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

*S The Globe Dctcrlbct Some St. .Paul Millionaires, Jtmong Them Frederick Weyer- t*"K. l&W®4?' ffiBM •$^z Sunday's St. Paul Globe contained descriptivearticles and portraits of ?, the millionaires of that city given as six in number. They are J. J. Hill, Frederick Weyerhaeuser, D. G. Sheparil, W. R. Merriaui, Alexander Ramsey and Wra. Dawson. Hill and Weyerhaeuser arfr each credited with wealth to the extent of $20, 000,000, Dawson has $5,000,000 and Merrlam, Ramsey and Shepard $2,000,000 each. The folio wine sketch of the life of Mr. Weyerhaeuser will be read with interest by people 0,f Little Falls and Morrison county: ivr. Frederick Weyerhaeuser is the ac knowledged king of American lum­ bermen. His wealth is estimated at the same stupendous figure as that of the railroad king-r-twenty million dollars. Mr. Weyerhaeuser was born in Mayence, Germany, just sixty years ago. He spent his childhood in the Fatherland. At the age of twelve he came to America, and settled in Pennsylva...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

*NpIW™w I"' 4 BY law' f]v 1' ifcV 1 ®t^r 5 *o£&?f A 1.X.H<p></p>Vtk.<p></p>rKPS?-^'' PBllftONSl,S., H. H. f«ttb»x came in from Birch lake Tuesday. Boiler Inspector Larson was in Lit­ tle Falls Thursday W. T. Lamttfert, of Royalton, was in the citr Wednesday. $$ Mrs. A. L. Bitter has returned p^lier home at Staples. E. Standard-oil Line, of St. Cloud, •.'":Js in the city Thursday. Postmaster Sullivan, of Swanvilje, was in town Thursday. W. H. Workman went up to Bruin .V erd Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. Tanner came in from Birch Lake Monday afternoon. E. A. Flood, of Xwanville, was at 'the countT seat Saturday. J. E. Randall, of ftoyalton, was at the county seat Monday. H. F. Schlensener went to Brain erd on business Wednesday. Senator Buckman went to St Paul Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. Hlnkle went to Still water on a visit Wednesday. Frank Ruth returned from his Birch Lake outing Monday. Dr. O. K. Ohance, the Minneapolis optician, is again in the city. 0. Gr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

"V^\ «'H voiyi9. HIS STORY DON'T GO. William Barrett fay* He Committed the Emanuel Church Murder*. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., July 25.—In the county jail of Santa Cruz is confined William F. Barrett, who says he mur­ dered Blanche Lamont and ^fttnnie Williams in Emanuel church last April. He gave himself up to the chief of police as a dangerous criminal Tues­ day night. Later he was discharged as a harmless lunatic. Then he went to the sher-ff to whom he confessed his guilt as perpetrator of the Emanuel church murders. To the district attor­ ney he told a story that attrst seemed plausible, but when Barrett went into the details of the crime the inconsis­ tencies of his statements convinced his auditors of his perfect innocence and complete insanity. SOLD HER HUSBAND BEER. •o She Wants ©12,000 Recompense for His Life, Which Was Lost. low A FALLS, la., July 25.—Mrs. Albert Hurley, who, with her husband, formerly ran a laundry here, has brought suit against one of the mulct saloons for $12,000...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

9 a if GG&V,.] EH I IFEL FCH J. V' -t r* SETTLERS ARMING Whites at Jackson Hols Pre­ paring to Co on a Hunt tForlndlans. THE REDS READY TO FIGHT. Latest Reports Say They Are Massing In Large Numbers. DENVER, July 24.—A special to TH« News from Market Lake, Ida., says: Captain Teeters, Indian agent at Fort HallIda.) Indian Teservation, came in daring the day from Jackson Hota country aud reports everything quiet and few if any .Indians in the country. Captain Teeters however, was fol­ lowed ly a courier from the settlers with a dispatch to'Governor Richards which tells another 6tory. The courier, Fred White, reports that the Indians have been joined by a large number of Lempi and Ute Indians, and that-they have every pass .in Jackson's Hole guarded. Scouts from the settlers say the Indians are massing in large num­ bers and will no dftubt offer a fight. A prospector named Smith was ambushed by Indians and was wounded in the breast. He claimed.to have Cleaned 0«t the Band, but sco...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

.li" KfaKV .' AS BLAND SEES IT Democratic^ Party Must De­ clare for Silver or Be 'lpe.d Qut. THE RESULT IN KENTUCKY. Convenl troll* Officeholders and Whisky Gangers may succeed in controlling conven­ tions like they did in Kentuoky,but the people will not follow them." "Would not a declaration for free coinage lose us the vote in the large cities?' "It would unquestionably lose votes in some cities, but we would gain in others. "Your name has fr&quently been mentioned as a candidate for the pres­ idency what can I say about that?" "It is all foolishness to talk about candidates. There is no Democratic party. There is nothing but chaos and disorder.'' THE CONVENTION OVER Baptist Young People at Baltimore Hold Numerous Services BALTIMORE, July 22.—The services on the last day of the Baptist Young People's Union of America were 11a merous and impressive. The general prayer and praise service commenced at 8:30, and was led by Rev. W. E Riley of Chicago. The topic was "Faith-Inspired...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

ft} &n it ipv .it I 5 1f1- (f f" NEEDS AMERICA. ,* rm- .CNQLAND WOULD BECOME BANKRUPT WITHOUT OUR TRADE. .•• 1 "'/J. Our *n»te Tariff Amd Tbraa INr 000,000 In» Single r«u^-London'i Kid li«nBHidall»p«rCfl»toOnrtli(aala. Oflwto teiw. The London Economist recently pre .-sented an interesting analysis of the im }port and export trade of the United -Kingdom during the first quarter of the present and two preceding years, from 'which some interesting facts can be de­ ducted. Separating the trade of the mother country with her British posses­ sions 'from her trade with foreign coun­ tries, we have the.following: ENGLISH IMPORTS TO MARCH 81. Fiom. 1805. 1804. 1898. British pos­ sessions .... £23,572,000 £24,451,000 £22,896,000 Poroign coun­ tries 77,175,000 88,280,000 74,482,000 Totals £100,747,000 £107,714,000 £96,881,000 ENGLISH EXPORTS TO MARCH 81. To. 1805. 1801 1803. British posses­ sions. £16,775,000 £19,708,000 £17,428,000 Foreign coun­ tries 85,945,000. 84,228,000 87,124,000 Tot...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

fi^HaVe Qktitf ^Much Tbo High. -:••-•'••••••. '&*kK SMUT DOING SOME DAMAGE. _______ 'i J.1V Minnesota and the Dakotas 4\ 000 Bushels. Will Produce 100,000,- L&'fctiVfl 1 -T'-, DULUTH, Joly 28.—Nearly every grain receiver at Duluth has received l'rom his Dakota reporters, in most cases men .who have been sentM'rom here to investigate, reports of great damage to wheat by smut. There ports, in addition, were to the effect that the crop had been overestimated in the first place and that it had de­ teriorated during July, and especially since the cold weather set in, so that it is now not believed that the orop of the three Northwestern states will exceed 100,000,000 bushels, whereas 130,000,000 bushels has been the lowest estimate heretofore. WAS EDITORS' DAY. Pan-Ameriotn Congress Dlsonsses Ne«l paper Work. TORONTO, Ont., July 23.—This was editors' day at the Pan-American oon gress, and in point of numbers and en­ thusiasm it far eclipsed all previous ones. Nearly 10,000 delega...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

5- Jtyi I'v?- liKTTLE FILLS TRANSCRIPT By T«b Tbanbcbipt Pub. Oo. PUB^ISHBP EVBBt FRIDAY. 4^&fkiuB3CRlPT:ONJjv .- Oneyear... £lx month* «... Three months—............. ADVERTISING RATKBLOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN St. Paul and Minneapolis had the heaviest rain of the season on the 18th inst. About two inches fell in each city. The census in the large cities of the state is practically completed, and a good guess is that Minneap­ olis will show 190,000 St. Paul, 140,000 and Duluth 55,000. The conservatives scored an overwhelming victory in the recent election of parliament in Great Britain. They will have a ma­ jority of more than 150. P. Groat, for many years immi­ gration, agent of the Northern Pacific, has resigned, «nd the company will probably now abolish the office. Its work will then be done by the land depart­ ment. State Treasurer Koernerhas just returned fr.om New York, bring­ ing with him $512,000 of bonds which he brought as an iuvestaut for state funds, He bought $312, 00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

JOB THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OEFld' IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. R. Marotte lias moved intohisnew residence on Broadway east. The N. P. pay car made the em­ ployees happy Sunday morning. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robbins Monday evening. Miss Matilda Richard has been quite ill, but is much better today. There is no question but that the circus mighc have been worsethan it was. A little boy arrlven at the home of Ted Broder the latter part of last week. The front of the Gross opera house is being elaborately decorated by C. H. Vining. The Yitale Concert company is booked for the Germania opera house July 25. Donat Trettfsl has moved his family to the house of Cyril Blair, on Broadway east. The home of C. E. Hyde was brightened by the advent of a son Friday evening. A marriage license has been Issued to Rollie Buelow and EttieGallaher, both of Culdrum. "Knit" Houde has paid his fine, aud thus escaped a sixty-day resi­ dence in Hotel Greet. Geo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

v/ THE ROME iWyfji SW,s r•»! ,v :i FIFTY ODIM Amnoonoe to Pwti That an Heir tot)ri Thrope la Bora—French Reverse* Infilpain—Holland Annexed to Franco. "... Ruuia Throws Down the Gage of Battle. fCopyright, 1805, by John Clark Ridpath.J SIX. —DOMESTIC AND IMPERIAL CLIMAX. When Napoleon crowned himself with wA iron crown of the Lombards, Jose­ phine was not with him. That was. at Milan in 180S—more than four years ago. Why was the Empress not by his side on that day as she had been in Notre Dame on the day of the corona­ tion? If he be King of Italy, shall slie not, by like reason, be Queen .of Italy? Note the movements of this prodigious intellect: "If I crown her queen of Italy"-—so was he saying to himself— "that maybe a bar against the possible. Nothing mast be a bar against the pos­ sible. My heir must be king of Rome and his mother mast be qneen cf Italy bat Josephine is childless. The orown of Italy mast be reserved for her who may be th&mother of my king of Rome.'' Saoh wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

SH $ itim If II WJP I 2^^ THE CAMP FIRS. Workman Pott Hm a Good Time—Good Speakers, Good Mutlc, Good Eatable*. The camp tire held by Workman Post, G. A. R., ]»Rt Saturday even­ ing, at the old court house hall, while not attended as largely as it should have been, was much en­ joyed by those present. After some music, Adjutant Gener­ al Mertz of the Minnesota depart­ ment was introduced. Mr. Mertz is a very pleasant and interesting speaker, and continually kept the audience in good humor with his funny stories. There was then music by thechoir, and Rev. A. W. Wright of the Kansas department, made a fine address. He said that It was the duty of the G. A. R. to train the youth of the land in loyalty and obedience to government. He wished to see the flag floating over every school house in the land, and every youth taught its meaning. That the country was free, that men still had the rights guaranteed them by the constitution, was due to the Grand Army of the Republic. Mr. Walker sung ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

gp +"Y"-",RW*~ fe®- Is |i' rtei Il»'' aster Workman Sovereign placing a Boy- .? cotton Them, M, r:IS EFFECTIVE ON SEPT. 1. 8fc* The Struggle of '98, He Says, Must Bring Victory to the People. WASHINGT^, July 19.—The Times prints cue outlines oi a manifesto to b8 issued by Genex'ai Master Workman Sovereign of the Knights of Labor for the boycott of ail national banks. It will be addressed to the Knights of Labor, the Farmers Alliance, the. Peo­ ple's party, reform clubs and kindred looieties, reciting "the wrongs of the, roiting thousands and their sufferings it the hands of the moneymaking lower," and calling for a boycott of national bank notes in all dealings be­ tween individuals. It is to go into ef­ fect Sept. 1. The draft of the circular or manifesto holds that "the national banks are responsible for the destruc­ tion of tne greenbacks, the payment of the bonds in coip, the funding acts, The Demonetization of Rllvor, and all the oorrupt financial legislation in th-s country fo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

1- "r* 'V*^/•- CITY OUNC1L. 11 i'I1 —_____ The Matter of Street Vacation I*®'t in Chaotic Condition, The city council met in regular adjourned session Monday evening. There were present President. Hoff­ man, Aldermen Turner, Frampton, Wright, Martiir, Mecusker and Moeglein. A number of citizens were present during the proceedings, among them (J. A. Weyerhaeuser, A. R. Davidson. 0. I. McNair, Geo. LaFond, and others. Business opened with the reading of a protest from C. D. Auyer re­ garding the vacation of First avenue southeast. The petition said, among other things, "that your petitioner owns property upon the „.-Jine of said streets and lives and has his homestead thereon, and that it is necessary for him going from home to his place of business and to the various public places'of said city, to use and pass upon a portion of said First avenue southeast proposed to be vacated that such vacation would materially and irreparably decrease the value of the subscriber's property, and wo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 July 1895

1 Bbort ftetvloa Held and but fiwCaui consid­ ered. i®! wi cfcr The special term of the district (jourt opened at 2 p. in. Wednesday afternoon'. Judge D. B. Searle presld lug. A motion for a new trial was made jn.tin* case of Cbas.. Sprandel vs. M. Brown. The motion was denied. In the case of E. Rothwelhvs. Geo P. Foster, disclosure was taken and defendant discharged. The case of Mary Meyer and John Meyer vs. Bouck, et a I., was taken under advisement. Mrs. Nancy L. I'ota was granted a decree of divorce from her husband, Jas. Cora. Judgment for plaintiff was piven in the suit of S. P. Fuller vs. very a In the death of Jas. Lambert, says the Royal ton Banna*, one of the oldest settlers of Morrison county is removed. Mr. Lambert settled on Bellevue prairie in Novembei, 1855, ,«nd lived there till about three years ^ago when he moved toRoyalton and ..made his home with his son. John iLambert. In the early days'be kept .at stopping place, his home being situated on the old Ft. Ripley st...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

Sift:' 14V VOL 19. .is DEATH IN A FLOOD Many Lives Lost and Property Destroyed Socorro, N. M. Much at THE ENTIRE CITY INUNDATED. Cloudburst at Adelaide, Colo., Causes Further Loss of Life. DENVER, Aug. 1.—A News special from Socorro, N. M., says: A tremen­ dous roaring startieu tne people ot So­ corro about 4 "o'clock. Shortly after huge waves of water came rushing down an arroyo wnioh drains the east­ ern slope of ilxeMagda.ena mountains and a: most encircied the town. The "water came in waves, each succeeding one being higher than the others. Por­ tions of houses, househo.d goods, car­ riages, stoc. and farm implements, mingled with huge boulders, railroad ties anil bridge timbers—ail were borne through the streets by the rushing -waters. For two hours the Work of l)e»tiuo Ion Continued, the horror being increased by vivid lightning, crashing thunder and blind­ ing rain. Gradually the waters sub­ sided. sufficiently to allow a partial- in­ spection ofxihe destruction. Oniy two bod...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

p'i At Wlwt lUllol The Dulutli ••Mtanetallsts", wteo tmvt* organised a Gold and Silver club, have been very prompt In de­ nouncing those who opposed the free -coinage of silver Independently by the United States at 16 to 1, yet when they organise club they fall to make their position clear to any­ one. Its officers aad members are Republicans, Democrats and Popu­ lists, and they have nothing in their avowed principles that any man could not indorse. The pebple of this district would like to know at what ratio the Duluth eifthusiasts deal re the free coinage of silver. In formation on this point 1^ not ex­ pected for some time, as that point has been avoided in all public expres Hlons. if free coinage at 16 to 1 Is favored, the Republican party of thlfi district Is not with thcin if a ratio nearer the commercial value of the metals is favored, then the «enu ine free silverites are not with them. The Journal-Press and Times of St. Cloud are scrapping about the price of wool. If the ed...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

[& '*.,4 •TO |Hv Miy te-r Mi v™ BF W 1 V. I 11U2' m- '-w, ti 8 REVIEW OF TRADE Usual Midsummer Shrinkage Not Apparent This.Year, ,.• Says-Dun. MORE'CLOSED WORKS OPENING. Prices of Iron* and Steel Products Continue to Advance. NEW YORK, July 27.—R. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: It is not the season for t'ae tide of business to rise, bat there is perceived scarcely any shrinkage except that which comes naturally with midsum­ mer heat. The volume of new business is small compared with recent months, but large enough to encourage4 more openings of long closed works and more advances in returns to labor. Im­ portant strikes show that the advance is not enough for some, but the strik­ ers seem not more threatening than .a week ago. Aocounts of shrinkage in the yield of wheat come both from Pa­ cific states and from the Dakotas. It would be a Strange and tfntia'nral Jnly without sijch reports and yet they have weight enough this year to lead even the most experienced ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

if OM* FOR WATERING COWS. A ngkoa iMdlng From the B*u• Well to ttae Stable. '"KZp'k A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer A tells of a visit he paid to a noted dairy (arm in his state. A splendid herd of Jerseys that aver age in test 5.4 at the neighboring cream* ery, headed by a first class, pure bred r: St. Lambort ball, were ruminating lazi- FIG. I. ly over the fields. A brand new silo, filled just recently, stood like a tall sen­ tinel against the cow barn as a mani­ festo that dairying had come to stay at that home. The icehouse still contained plenty of ice for use in preserving the milk over two days, thus saving a trip to the creamery except every other day, the distance being considerable. A well balanced ration of the best grains is fed to these cows the year round, and to a very good profit too. My eye was at­ tracted by a low wheeled truck, con­ structed from four wheels of two old mowing machines, one pair higher than the other, similar to a common wagon. This truck was mo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

*vW A 'a .1! ft .ill' 'V If 7 »r **7-\ w:- it JPl PC fflff»-v\'jr,vs.i-|v J-i _'...'• •.^•V". v-v .itf*,. •-'. ... .•••„. l,w'" "l* SCARE SPREADING Settlers South and East of Jacksons Hole Becom ins Alarmed. MAKE AN APPEAL FOR ARMS. Troops Reach Teton Basin, indian Police Sent in Advance. DENVER, July 31.—A News special from Cheyenne, Wy., says: The In­ dian scare is spreading to the south and east of Jacksons Hole and settlers in Fremont county are becoming alarmed. Governor Richards has re­ ceived the following from Dr. W. Lovejoy of South Pass, in the Miners' Delight mining district: "There is a band of from 100 to 800 Indians within a half day's ride of this place. They are all bncks and things look shady here. We have plenty of fmmunition and men but need guns. Can you send a few stands of arms?" Shortly after the receipt of the above the following was received from Lead stone, in the same district: "Can you send us guns? Indians are near here?" Undoubtedly Utes. The governor s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

rfTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TKANSCBIPT PUB. CO. PDJBLI8HBD B7BBY FRIDAY. ^SUBSCRIPTIONS One year.—...... *l J® .Six month* j$'$$ Three months AOVKKTIHIMG RATK8LOW. LITTLE FAILS. js^A «H=f===s=========5=B9 Li Hung Chang is said to be worth half a billion dollars, ?.?-• The interest in the Harvey Horr discussion seems to be dying out. Hastings and -Quay are bay* ing a fight to the death in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Corbett gets a divorce from the champion pug and $100 a week during life. Reports from North Dakota show a wheat yield of from 12 to 16 bushels per acre. Chicago's increase in population is one of the wonders of the age— considering Holmes activity there for several years. Sam Philips is down in New York helping the Davis presi­ dential boom. The sawdust crop is always poor in Sam's jurisdiction- Otter Tail and Wilkiu counties are having litigation over their boundary line. Wilkin county claims title to six of the best town­ ships now embraced in Otter Tail. A temporary injuncti...

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