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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

tUX!br.rT jdIj i Wayne County Organ Scml-Weekly Founded 1908 of the I Weekly Founded, 1844 I REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. NO. 39 Cttaett CRISISJ m Revolutionist Army Arrive at Port an Prince. PANIC REIGNS IN THE CAPITA: Victorious March of Rebel Force i Under General Simon Has Caus ed Consternation Among Of ficials of Black Republic. Port au Prince. Tlnltl, Dee. l.-The. revolutionary army, under General Antoine Simon, 1ms enmped against Tort au Prince, and n feeling of Im pending disaster 1ms taken possession of' the people. The government losses at Anse a Veau on Fridny and the rout of the loval troons have caused consternation! among the officials of the government, with possibly the sole exception of President Nord Alexis. Kvery effort ' to .hare him take himself out of the countrr has proved a failure, and tliej nged president, who has faced many j revolutions before, announces his dc termination to light to the last. It may...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

Minister to Switzerland. , A Bsm for Former Henedeler Why J. Bcnataln Dlminlck Should and Maybe the Micky Man. i ,f pvi,v' K-nton Tribune de- .u. , . i, VUlUllllirc nt.,UUH.uv, and a half of its valuable space to t , wniriwina ooom iot a conspicuous ap pointtnent of J. Benjamin Dimmick, the mayor of that city. It hails him at the outeet as "Minister Dimmick," and then, in a breezy, way gives us the pa- L-si, .i . n.-AJ? i, Tf i,t i bet" that Pre, dent-elect Taft oufiht to , and will mate him United States Mm- ISier to CWlI7.erianu mien or mnivn into his kingdom. The Tribune boils the proposition down as follows for a beginning : ".1. Benjamin Dimmick, minister to Switzerland 3" Itisin the cards; it may, witn tiie i buUt aitb0ugh civic improvement so advent of the Taft administration, be , fa hard t work ln elr on the cards Mayor Dimmick's and, , , ... w.,.n. hrendes. it looks cood What is the basis of the hypothesis? Well, let's see. It takes some figuring. It's quite a story. Let's...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

choice MISCELLANY A Marvaloua Magician. There has been discovered a Juggler I samed JoaeSy, who outdoes all tho ether conjurers, says his discoverer, a YJ lie. Abbott Ho performs what other Mipf""" nave only urcamcu 01 ac complishing. With his card tricks the spectators may bring their own packs and choose the cards freely. No threads are used, nor Is there any visi ble connection with the goblet that contains the pack, and yet any card will rise at Jose CTt's command at any time. The enigmatic cube Is first a one Inch cube which Joseffy produces from the air, and It Is then seen to grow while In his hands to a two Inch, a four Inch and a nine Inch cube. This he now sets In full Tlew upon his table, where It Is seen to grow slowly to a size of FOR THE CHILDREN A Great Clock. Perhaps the boys and girls know that correct time for all Europe Is fur nished by the observatory at Green wich. England, says the Chicago News, which Is also the place from which longitude Is reckoned. It U nat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

THE CITIZEN. runuMiErt :vtnv Wednesday asd Friday by TUB CITIZEK rCBMSIUKOCOMPASY. Kntercdas M-cond-class mattiT. at the post olllce. Honci'tlale. Ia. When a man gets eo rich or bo high in , society Hint he is nshamed of his bent old ' mother in her plaid shawl, and of herjtcms of lack of grammar, he is too snobbish for honest men to trust. LOCAL MENTION. Interest Hereabouts and Thereabouts. SUIISCKIPTION! Give the boys something practical, such as a box of carpenter's tools, a a yhab. i.v advance soldering set, or a drawing outfit, in stead of guns, drums and toy pistols. k. n. iiai:ikni!i;im;ii. imiksiiiext v. v. V()OI. c. ii.iKinn.txf.Ktt. IIKNKV WILSON. - - MAN.U1KK ANDSKC'Y DIRfXTllR: M. II. U.I.KN. K. II. IIAKPKXIIKIUill. . HOOP. ! Teach creative not destructive force. Last call to fix won't freeze ! up that pump so it A. man has to work harder to be a poor fanner than he does to be a good one. The open air treatment is good for consumptives, but it isn't beneficial for arming...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN KOUSALK Hay liousc.on East Extenilon RLIWL ljirffl! 1(H Willi SIXly It'Ul num. .'I. j sinions. IHeoltf .The Lackawanna county grand jury at a recent meeting recommended the building of nineteen new bridges, one of which will connect that county with Wayne over the Lehigh river. A. S. Keyes, Elbert I'. Jone- and Moses Cobb have been appointed by Judge I'urdy, viewers on the part of Wayne county. A large, new and thoroughly up-to District Superintendent M. D. Ful ler held quarterly meetings in the M. E. churches, at Aldenville and 'Pleasant Mount on Sunday last. Principal H. A. Oday of the Hones- Idale High School, visited Carbondale on ' Monday last, and had a conference with ! Principals Ellis andTuckley, of the Dun i more and Carbondale High Schools re- A good not supin-r. lie sure to conic. Dolls,! Church Sunday School rooms. T,ulr?,,taty ' dntf dwellinf; house will be erected at ! spectively,- and with them arranged that December utn. , recently purchased by 1 ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

The Proving. Br GRANT OWEN. Copyrighted, 1108, by Assotlated Literary Press, "I don't Just know bow to explain It," said Margaret West She turned her eyes from the cool, blue stretches of the lake and looked thoughtfully at Graham, who, perched on the rail of the boathousc, was ab sently pulling at the Augers of the gauntlets in his hands. The young man stiffened, and a slow , smile. In which there was a hint of grlmness, curved the corners of his , mouth. . "I rather think I understand," he said quietly. "You are disappointed In ' me. Isn't that it?" ' Sho was silent for a moment "Yes, that la It," she said at length, and at something In her voice bis face hardened. "Thou you wanted me to enter that road race Thursday !" he asked. "Yes," she said simply. "And because 1 won't" She turned to him quickly. "It Isn't that I'm tremendously In terested lu- that race," she Interrupted him, "nor that I carev a snap whether or not you win It. The point Is the point ls"- Slie paused: her brow...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

Younger Set By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS, Author .of "The Fiihiini Chance." Etc Copyright, 1907, by niAursiiiur fHM.r.iii.u uiAi-iftiin, Chap. J Itctunilns (rum Manila. Cmitnlii Selwyn. fm inerly of the army. I welcomed home by his sister. Sinn Gerard. her wealthy UBbaiul Austin, anil their numerous child ren. "I Infer," observed Selwyn blandly, "that your father and mother arc not at home. Perhaps I'd better stop in later." "But you are going to stay here, aren't you?" exclaimed Drlna In dis may. "Don't you expect to tell us sto ries? Don't you expect to stay here "HI, forrard!" and live with us and put on your uni form for us and show us your swords and pistols? Don't you?" "We have waited such a very long time for you to do this," added Billy. "If you'll come up to the nursery we'll have a drag hunt for you," plead ed Drlna. "Everybody Is out of the house, and we can make as much noise as we please! Will you?" "Haven't you any governesses or nurses or something?" asked Selwyn, finding h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1908

mm Correspondence Items Gathered hy- THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the Cuuntv mm Stcene. Nov. -4 After a few months reft from farm life, George Chapman is again on Inty. Three hunters from Carboiulale last Saturday bagged sixlplfcasants ami one gray squirrel in the forests of this f-ee-tion. Horace Sliort, of Carboiulale, spent Sunday with his parents at Steene. It is riimored that wedding bell" will soon be ringing in this section ton will soon start for a tour of the. Western States, their sons, William and George, having preceded them last spring; the latter in the hope of improv ing his health. Mrs. Gredlein and daughter Caroline, , of Seelyville, were Thanksgiving guests ' of George Shearer and mother, of .Hone Kidge. , Mrs. Schults, of Cherry Uidge Cottage, 1 pa-.-ed the first part of the week in the Metropolis, w ith her husband and daugh- After siifferini; about nine months w ith ter. .,.,.... ..f H... uimiMirli. Mrs. Geome Bar- The .nkeville school teacher, Miss iron pa. d awav ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 December 1908

ttfoen Semi-Weekly Founded I Wnvnp r.nnnl-v OrrtBn 1908 of the I Weekly Founded, 1844 i REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908. NO. 40 HAITI IS li CHAOS President Word Alexis, De serted, Ready to Resign. TROOPS JOIN INSURGENT ARMY Unpopular Ruler May Abdicate In Favor of General Gilles or Solon Menos Many Cab inet Officers Quit. Port nu Prince. Dec. 2. With a vic torious rebel Jinny at Its gules and Villi most of the cubtiict ministers ..abandoning their posts, Tort nil Prince nnd the whole of the republic is In u stale of chaos. Deserted by his so called friends and supporters and 'in despair at see ing his troops Join the rebel forces, the unpopular president. Nord Alexis. Is said to be about to abdicate. The expected battle between the rev olutionists and the troops of the gov ernment, which are Intrenched out side the city, may be deferred for sev eral days. General Antoine Simon, the com mander In chief of the revolutionary forces, has...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 December 1908

THE CITIZEN. rvHMHiip.n kveut Wednesday and Friday nv tiik CITIZEN rUnUHIIINQ COMPANY. Kill. (II ni second-class tnatter, nt the post olllee, Honesdale, I'u. HUI JCUII'TION: $1.50 a year, in advance K. I'.. IlAIIDliNIIKlKiH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOKI! AND SECY directork: ('. II. Ildll KI.INdF.lt. M. 11. Al.T.KN. iieniiv wii.KON. e. ii. iiAi:ni:Niii:tum. W. W. WOOD. lUOSnnd After. Col. Bryan, in discussing the recent Presidential campaign nml its cnrrfnlly nvoids saving lliat lie results, will not ngain be n candidate ; mid this omis sion, in connection with what he does nay, lends the Democratic leaders to the conclusion that they must again reckon with him in 1(112. ' , In 18!li, the popular plurality against Ilryan was, in round numbers, (100,000 ; in 1900, it was 850,000 ; in 1908, it is 1, 100,01)0. In his voyages up Salt river since 1809, he has on eacli trip reached a higher point than ever before ; and with such a record of success, there seems no reason why he sh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 December 1908

r WKm&&3&S -There nrc two or three cases of Worth While to Know. ' A Lien and Mouse Story. k 11 11 nr ' ri -a. . it i CENT A WORD COLUMN I, J" "Danm k ' - r - - u i i cm Lorni nnn iirnrrwiM. mT See the beautiful Ik-It I'lni Incur window. Prices from SO cents up. V. PKTKItSKN. runAliri-lull IIUUMiini ivaii ijahhh'ii street. Large lot with sixty fret front. M.h. Hlmons. .-WeoItf D I t T II ...... Unfa Lii.ii.l .... Our new catalogue (sent free on request) contains a thousand suggestions for Holiday (lifts. C. I'ETKItSKX. Honesdale. 40tl A Rood hot supier. lie sure to come. Dolls, candy, everything for Christinas at (Irace Church Sunday School rooms. Thursday. December 10th. :Nf For SALE-The restaurant building on ilh street. Including front and back bars and furnace, now occupied by John Theobald, nnd known as one of the best business stands In Honesdale. I.. HUEltTH. :tf 100 ACRES FAItM-tJood bulldlngs-for sale or exchange for a house In Honesdale or Hawley. JOS. STEItXII...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 December 1908

Gissing Only Third In Great 600 Yard Run. ATHLETIC RECORDS BROKEN. World's Greatest Middle Distance Runner Redeems His Former Defeat at the Hands of the Ex-Mohawk Lad. New York, Dec. 'J.-Mclvln W. SUep parcl of the Irish-American Athletic olnh won the GOO yard run nt the ath letic Indoor championship contest at Madison Square Garden, showing him self to he the world's prreatest middle distance runner. ;isslm.'. who defeated the peerless Sheppard twenty-four hours previous ly, was only third In this final contest. Clmrlev Kneon of the Irish-American Athletic club jfottlng second place. The- lime was 1 minute 14 J-o seconds .Mam athletic words were broken and the results of the leading events) .... f.Ol.l,,'.!. 1 HVIV tin i'n,,,r. Six hundred yard run, final, won by MWvin V. Slieppard. Irish-American Ath letic club; Charley Hacon, Irish-American Athletic club, second: H. Glsslnfr, unat tached, third H. Haywood, New York Athletic club, fouith; time. 1 minute 14 4-5 seconds. Six hundred...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

fg Semi- Weekly Founded! 1 1908 I 1 Weekly Founded, 1844 i2 Wayne County Organ $ of the $ REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1908. NO. 41 tmett 5R iOVEMK MEET. Again Discuss Conser vation of Resources. iOOSEVELT AND TAFT TO SPEAK fatiOnal Capital the Scene of a Rouble Gathering In Re sponse to Invitation of the President. Washington, Doe. 8. Not since last lay, when the governors of the states I met here in response to the Invitation nf President Roosevelt to discuss the question of the conservation of the na tion's resources, lias the national capi tal been the scene of so notable a gathering ns that which assembled here today. Today's sessions began this rooming with an informal meeting in the red room of the Wtllard hotel for the pur pose of organizing. This afternoon there will be a great general meeting In the Belasco theater, at which "Presi flent Roosevelt and President 'Elect faft will be among the speakers who will address the memb...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

FIRST STEAM RAILROAD IN THE UNITED STATES Tin iiik iiiotiin. is :i lihotouranh of tin- lirst steam railroad train run in the tinted States, in the year 1S2S, by An Interesting Picture, Though Not Strictly Accurate Historically. The above cut, with the accompany-1 ing description, recently appeared in "The Sun," of Saratoga, X. Y. TllK Citizen, through the courtesy of the Sun, reproduces it as being very nearly : as great a curiosity as would be the1 Stourbridge Linn itself, if that source of local pride and subject of innumerable newspaper articles could be placed on exhibition. The picture is at least in teresting and instructive as showing the style of passenger cars, literally " wag ons," as they were called at the outset of steam railroading, three-quarters of a century ago, and as giving an idea of fashions in dress prevailing in .the days of our great-grandfathers, lint for the rest, the scene depicted mutt be regard ed as purely mythical the embodiment of the artist's concept...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

( oaay s suggestion oy tiien star. DAINTY EMPIRE KIMONO. I 1 FIXES' choosing horIIkcm Hit- llilnir coimbt after Is comfort, tut W every one Insists tlmt thoy lie ilsilnty ns well. Thoy do not ch.n::;c 1 no noticeably In style as do other garments, yet n pronounced ffifih ' ton feature llmls expression oven In the neslUec. The Grecian Btyle of draper., the vogue nt present on evening jiowns, fc "even inoro attractive when adapted to the house sown. There Is the house gown known as th "ltecamler" r o 1) o that may be worn nt homo In the afl- ernoon, and then by discarding the mantle of embroid ery or laco It Is changed Into adaln ty dinner gown. A negligee that Is comparatively plain and designed on loose, comfortable lines that can bo carried out In n soft, warm materi al Is needed by ev ery one for wear around tier room. An exceedingly dainty and attrac tive kimono Is hero pictured with the fashionable high walslcd effect giv en by a sash of the trimming silk ar ranged to confine th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

- UUWWPMWIP! F3St"w,jw;'ir-..l f THE CITIZEN. rUnUSHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN Pl'BI.ISIIINO COSIPAKY. Kntcredns second-class matter, nt thcpost olllce, Honesdnle, I'n. SUIJSCIUI'TIOX: $1.50 A YEAR. IS ADVANCE Election Expenses. What It Costs to become a Functionary and what the "Also Rons' Had to Pay Some Interesting Figures. K. II. llAKDKNIlKIMill, - - I'HKSIDKNT W. V. WOOI). - - M.YNAGKIl AND SKC'Y directors: C. 11, nolin.I.VGER. M. R. tl.I.EN. HENRY MII.SON. E. I). llARDENIIKItOII. W. W. WOOD. A riiiladelphin dispatch say that tlic mint there is coining $.()0,00U a day in gold to meet the demand which has al ready set in for the yellow pieces for Christmas gifts. There is an uiipre eedentodlv early and hcavv call for Christinas coins mid Superintendent Ladis says this demand will continue 1 right up to Christinas. Our Banks. The people of Wayne county have .eason to he proud of their banks. A perusal of the statements of the four banks located in Honesdale show...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

IWieieioioreieiei SPECIAL XOTIl'E-I wish to say to my pntrons that the tiro did no damage what evkrIo any photos, plates, n etures, or any ot our studio work. V. U. ItldRewny, Photo-craphcr, John Congdon is building a large addition to liis storehouse and palntshop, at the rear of liis residence, on East street. A fine musical entertainment will be given nt the Methodist Episcopal ( church on Friday evening next, under the auspices of the choir. The Whatsoever Circle of the M. E. church cleared $260 by their fair and sup-1 per, lat Thursday, ine rcccipss were Dolls of all sorts inn! sizes, candy, cookies and doughnuts, annuls, bags, klnionas ami neckwear. ltnzar opens at :i o'clock. Hrst supper at half past live. .Hot croquettes, creamed potatoes, rolls, cold ham, rahbapc salad, ice cream anil cake, rricc, . cems. i , ,. . at . ,..,,lv hnnili 5,v? 11 Served bv the l'arlsh Aid Society of (Iraoe (loll booth, !f.S(.i; eanuj nooin, i..i.ii , Church. Thursday, nee. mm. FOR SALE Hay house...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

Standard Oil's Xfuslnoss Machine. It is well not )A let our surprise nnd Indignation over the illegitimate opera tions of Standard OH blind our eyes to tlio marvelous business metliods of the company. It has not only driven out competition here, but has successfully competed with the Ions established and perfected systems of the old world. Mere greed and bludgeoning could not have given Standard Oil the complete ascendency It enjoys today. Mr. Rockefeller's story of how the legitimate advantages of the company were wrought out Is a feature of the history which many American busi ness men may learn from. It is a rec ord of keen business Intellect working patiently nnd persistently. More ex pense nnd labor were put into legiti mate work than Into illegitimate, and competitors were outgeneraled rather by doing better work than by trickery. Stripped of its high finance superstruc ture, there remains a model business machine In Standard Oil. In saylug that ho hasn't written n single name...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

Younger Set By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS, Author of "THE PiailTINQ CHANCE," Etc. Copyrighted, synopsis of pi:i: l.nixn niAt t.-.ks. Chap. l-J'tttiruliii.' from Manila. Caiiinlii f-dwyn, former'! or the army. Is wi ' oiiiim home liy His Msti r. Mna ni!.-l. Ikt w. i UM Husband Austin, mid tliclr iniiii"'"''-''"i",'" fen. Ullitn Urmll. ward of SUm ""J Aii-t li part ot their IiouhIioIiI. i'lwln cm-omit, without trtillt on hi" l,'ir, ,''- "v wife, 1lxe. who x now tin v.lfi of .lack liutliuu. with whom pIic ran awnj fpmi Selwyn. II Kllirn. who is vcrv f flier brother. IJeralil, d'-splte the voinm 111:10 liealect o' her, maki f rii nl- with mIv. n. O pick up once more and tighten and knot to gether the loosened threads which represent ed the unfinished record that his race hud woven Into the social fabric of the motroDolls was merelv an automatic matter for t His own people had always been among tho makers of that fabric. Into part of Its vast and Intricate pattern they had woven an Inconspicuous...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1908

Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF Indian Orchard. Dec. 1st. On Wednesday evening last Mrs. II. II. Crosby gae her husband a surprise by inviting several of his friends to their beautiful home to celebrate Mr. Crosby's fifty-third birthday. At eight o'clock the guests, Ellen- Crosby, Jos. Hwartz, W. D. Htickingham, W. II. Mar shall, A. M. Henshaw, II. II. Bunnell, S. Sauuderp, Charles Wagner and J. M. Austin, were invited to partake of a sumptuous repast, consisting of the deli cacies of the season, after which all re paired to the sitting room, and enjoyed a smoker. Mr. .Saunders favored the company with a speech and a birthday song. At a late hour the guests departed or their several homes, all wishing Mr. Crosby many more happy birthdays. The oyster supper, held at the Grange Hall, on Saturday evening, Dec. 5th, was a complete success. Krothcr Bun nell was chief cook, and the ladies ad mitted he could not be beaten, while Mr. Saunders was at boinu in the pantry, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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