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atEDFORD MATJJ TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. ,TANTTAT?Y II, mil.
JIedford Mail tribune
AN IKIlllPI'MnlSMT Knl'HIAIlill
lUjllMKIIKI) KVKIIY AITKUNOON
UNC'KIT HHNDAV HY TIIM
MUUFOIU) IMtlNTJ.va CO.
Tlift Dniitoernllo Times, Tlio Mrdfonl
Mall. Tint .Mdlfrttrt Tritium. Tlio South
ern On-nonlnti, Tlio -AMilniul Tritium.
Office .Mali Trilmtio MulMlng. 36-27-SP
North Mr nit-vet; tcloMiuno 78.
Orflclnl I'rtiwr of 1)iu City of Mo.Uord.
urflnlnl 1'npT of Jackson County.
Knlereil n second-class matter At
Mcuforil, Oregon, tinOcr tho net of
March S. 1879
Onn yenr, bj nm'l ...$5 00
Onn monlli, l tiin.ll -. ... .. .10
ivr month, tlillvtrnl ly onrrlrr In
Miilfovd, Jncknonvllto nml lti-
trnl l'oint .. ..... .BO
Fntunl.iy nly, hy mnll, per yror , S.oo
Wrcltly, per yenr . . ....... J 60
OF YOUTH IN CITY
In hor t'alk yesterday afternoon
before tlio social hygiene section of
the Greater Mcdford club Dr. Stuart
paid: "I think it Is criminal sim
ply wicked to allow your jountj
girls to sit (or Hours of each day
more hours than they spend any
where, olso In such rooms as the
ono I visited in the high school today.
"It took all my self control to in
nblo mo to stand up there for one
hour in the hot, dry. vitiated atmos
phere that Is sapping their very
lives, and to attempt to drive my
brain to do Its work. In an assem
blage of perhaps one hundred girls 1
saw rounded shoulders, listless -faces,
dull eyes, pal aenomlcs, some not
overly clean looking, many over
dressed, qutto a few pretty ones, but
pretty with a certain fragility sug
gesting n hot house plant, almost
nono of them with that bright, eager
alertness, that comes from perfect
health. And if that is theatmosphcre
in which they have spent most of
the years of their life air germ
laden, vitiated and Impure 1 do not
wonder at their dullness."
"If wo are to have hardy.healjthy
young women to become the mothers
of tho futuro, we must give them ra
tional exercise in tho open air, nine
hours sleep a night, no candy be
tween meals, and pure air to breathe
at all times."
Continuing, Or. Stuart again em
phasized hor belief that the teaching
of sex hygiene should bo done by
gradual steps, beginning with tho
lower plant life and following up
through biology to the teaching of
tho functions of all parts of the
human body. Aud this teaching
should be done by the parent Is Dr.
Stuart's bollef but since the parent
will not tlo.lt that is the ordinary
or usual such teaching must bo
given by spcclalinstructors, and not
given co'Cducatlonally but to each
"Tho doctrino of 'hands off when
It comes to tho familiarities of the
two sexes Is imperative," she states.
"The girl must bo taught that her
person Is sacred from baby hood up.
And the boy must also bo taught to
respect her ns such. The double
standard of morality must go, as so
many of our cherished beliefs do go
Into the discard, and the boys bo
taught au well as tho girls and
warned away from unspeakable
quacks who fill their young minds
with all manners of filth."
li. Alwt Lewis, inspector for tlio
builojju'nl survey bureau for the I'n
t it Mute., in a letter culU attention
t-i ji general error in the t'loxjn;; time
ot (lie tlui'k ami jtoom shooting -.oa-hiii
in Oregon under the new ltd era 1
KAiiie luw-. He huy Juiuuirj 111, the
iloMi.L' date lllUlH'li by tills III v., is
nut included u. an open dm, iimi
that (lie hhootine; really clo-ew nt
Mi down Junuury J'j. He wtv.:
"The closed .uoii in Oregon trnl
Washington i- given u. fro'ii Octo
ber 1 to Jaiiuutv 10 uf tho following
year, but (Iiumi date are not inclus
ive, u is evident hv regulation So.
7, which I quote as follow :
'Tor the pulpites of regulation
8 nutl 0 (rahiiint; to closed feenmn)
each period of Jimo herein piofccrihed
us n loseil cji8on hliaM be const iiu-d
to iiu'ltide tho in ht dav nml to c.
Ijldu tho Jiirst ilay thereof.'
"Therefore u. the I'Vder.U law
innki it unlawful to hunt from siin
bi'i to sunrise, (lie .en.on on all wa
ter fowl, iueliiilinjj brant, ducks aud
fjeefio and lto on tails and coot.
iIohcs at Minuet, January Vu"
Oregon Haiti weM, rnin or M)Qy
nbl poitt.iitpnL'litjimil Tliiih.Au,
oulbeasteily "iiur brink hear tho
THE result of tho city, elect ion indicates ns plainly ns
possible thai tlio people want a now tloal in muni
cipal affairs and that economy anil reduced expenditures
are the order of the day.
No question of tho honor or integrity of the old coun
cil was raised. Its business judgment and efficiency was
questioned. Hut more than any ono thing that contrib
uted to the recall was the reception accorded popular peti
tions. It will he n long time before another council has
the temerity to consign to the waste basket largely signed
petitions of tho pooplo.
Now that tho election is over, it is hoped all factions
will accept tho result, philosophically and work together
for tho good of tho community, its upbuilding and pros
perity. United, Medford can become a city divided, it, will
Much beneficial advertising can be secured for Mod
ford and tho Koguo Kiver valley if every person hero will
have printed on all letterheads and envelopes in conspicu
ous tvpe the lines. "Medford. Oatowav to Crater Lake,''
and "Buy your tickets to
via Oregon, and stop ni Modtord. I hose legends can be
printed across all envelopes and on tho top and bottom
of letterheads and do much in familiarizing tho general
public with this section.
I'OKTLAXn. .Inn. 1 1. -Attorney,
William A. Carter, formerly of Hold,
Hill. Imw mi,.i.n.....1 l. itil..nt l.ifi to,
.seek the republican nomination for j
srovenior. "In nnnouiicine; mv emi-
Hilary. I do ho after a full renlUa-
tion of what it means to apire to
the hiube.st executive position within
the gift of the people," mi hi Mr. Car
ter. 'I nm aware that others worthy
of consideration will seek this nom
ination, but the eoute.st should he :i
friendly one between those of the
same political faith, all strivim;
neeompli.sh the Mime political end-
the bettenneut of moral, .social, fin
ancial and political undition.''
In outlining his olieies, Mr. Car
ter sniil: "Ilelieving lliat the will of
the people should be supreme, I shall
favor early action to prevent the leg
islature from reenliug laws initiated
nml passed by the people.
''If elected governor I will see that
the laws arc faithfully administered,
shall shrink lrom no responsibility
and endeavor to meet events ns J hey
arise with firmness, jinideneo and
discretion. I believe thnt the law is
the only efficient restraint upon the
strong, and when impartially admin
istered none are rcmou'd from its
protection and none above its con
trol. 'f favor meli amendment of th
parole laws as shall permit the court
to mnko complete nml ample restitu
tion for the' offences committed n
condition of the parole, thus making
the law of equal justice to all.
"I favor the utmost protection of
the health of the people by the ennci
ment'of stringent pure food laws and
their aggressive enforcement, and 'to
prohibit tho cold storage of food
products for the purpose of main
taining high prices until such prod
uct" have become unfit for use.
"I favor legislation for the pro
motion of agricultural, horticultural,
mining mid fishing industries; of the
state, the upbuilding of home indus
tries by the participation of tlin
statu in the movement for the inanu
fueturo and solo of "made in Ote
gon" gooiN; the development of it
lands by state aid in reclnimiu,:
logged-off, swamp and arid land,
and by assisting in scouring markets j
for laud products. j
"I favor development of higher cit
izenship by means of eiilurglmf the
school system. I favor proper legis
lation for construction of good, jei
mutimit roads. I favor further work
in tliPiuukim; of laws for the safet
crd bettenneut of tbu condition of
"As a caudidatu for the republi.-.i i
iiomination, J know of to eoiiibu.a
lion, cliques, scheme or hcuitui-hcs in
the putty. I am not a pnitv to suih,
tf any tilde are," he declared.
F. E. FURRY IS ELECTED
MAYOR OF PHOENIX
l- J-3. Furry was elected mayor ot
l'hoontx at yesterday'H election over
John C'opo hy a vote of CS to OS. A.
H. Klshor defeated (JcorKo H. Crop
for recorder 73 votes to til', and A.
Jlearn wan elected city treasurer with
out opposition, The contest tor city
mandiul was close, MIlo Murry win
ning from 0. C. McClaln by CO votes
to DO with W. J. JJeardsIoy third with
For eounellmon, Kd Waterman won
lu tho first ward arid J, F. Pratt In
the second ward without opposition.
Kd Wilder won with CO votes, J. A.
.Wright second with CI votes and A.
W. Short third with 20 votes.
the Panama Exposition, 10 to.
ROGUE PAS1 YEAR
0KIX1OX CITY, Or., .inn. 11. Tho
i . . .i. . i i
I'"-" !,x '- "-' 'lc ""
'? "' succe-M'til for eg- eollcctiii;
the United States bureau of li-hcrict
has Vet had in this section of the
countrv. To dnte the total collections
of Clackamas and its sub -tntioiis run
over ti'-',000,000, with egg collecting
still continuing for silver salmon nt
many of the field stations. The egg
take is distributed ns follews:
Clackamas station, chinook
salmon - 007,'JOO
Upper Clackamas station,
silver salmon . . .r8."),0fl0
Little White Salmon .sta
tion, chinook saliiioii.utl,l.S3,000
Hig White Salmon station,
chinook salmon - 10,04(1,700
Kouuo Iticr station, chi
nook salmon ..
A-"ilcgatc Creek station,
Illinois Itiver station, chi
nook salmon ..
Silver salmon -
Lower Kogiie Hiver station,
silver salmon .-
Tota.1 . O'J.l 3."i,00
The bureau bus long felt that the
capacity of many of its stations is
inadequate for hamljing its larg
annual egg take, and for mnnv years
it has been the custom' to turn over
its surplus egg take to (he state au
thorities to be hatched mid fiberuted.
but at present the department is
tuking steps adequately to care for
all of its collections.
At th'o present time n Inrge flume
is living constructed, oOOO feet long
three feet wide, two feet deep, with
n "-foot fall in the distance nt Lit
tle White Salmon station, which will
give that station one of the largest
and best water supplies of miy sal
mon hatchery in (he northwest; also
an effiuient pond system is being
worked out for the feeding mid rear
ing of young salmon.
K.xtensive improvements have beon
made at the other stations along the
During the present season, to re
lieve the congested condition,
l,&)7,000 ehinook salmon eggs were
shipped to Seufert IJros.' cannery,
Seufert, Or., mid u battery of fifty
troughs constructed at Fifteen Mile
creek, the eggs hatched and fry Jib
erated into two tine lakes construct
id by 1'. A. Seufert for the purpose.
REAL BALL FANS
IN POSTAL SERVICE
LOS ANORI.fcS, Cal Jan. 1-1.
Hats off to tho postal service it
boasts real baseball fans!
Hearing no direction other than n
figure "i", two Inches high, a lettsr
written by u Chicago fan was deliv
ered here today to Christy Mathew
son, New York Giant pitcher.
Apparently a sorting clerk lu tho
Chlcugo post office had no difficulty
In determining that tho letter wus In
tended for "UIb Six," quo of Mathow
son's cognomens. Knowing tlmf
Matty wuh wintering hero, ho pcncllod
on the envelope "Try l.os Angeles."
Nor was thero any deluy In the Los
Angeles offlco. Tho clerks hero wero
ready with Matty's street address, and
the letter reached tho pitcher just
four days after It was mailed.
SAX FRANCISCO, Cab, Jan. 1 1.
OwIiik to an lujuted ankle suffered
by Cliiuiiplon Willie lUtehle, Hi"
twenty round contest scheduled for
January '.M between Hltchlo aud Har
lem Tommy .Murphy tins been post
poned until January ;i0.
Ultchlo strained hln left ankle last
Friday, but kept the fact, necret un
til last nlttht. Saturday the root
was so palntut that he was uualdo to
hear his weight on It, aud upon the
advice ot his physician he decided to
isl the Injured member the rest
euro. Tho fighter kept to his he'd
Sunda.x and .Monday, but yesterday
his foot showed somo Improvement.
Kltchlti declared, however, that he
did not want to take any chances wttn
a permanent Injury, and last night
sent Harry Foley to acquaint Promo
ter Cotfroth with conditions aud to
ask for a week's postponement.
"Does Ultchlo really want to
fight?" asked Coffroth.
"Sure, he does," was Foley's nil
swer, "but he can't train with nn In
jured ankle. He will huvo to stay In
doors until Friday, and u week would
not he sufficient tlmu for him tu get
Into shape. If the match Is post
poned for one week everything will
be all right "
Jim lluckley. Murphy's manager,
was then sent for and Informed of the
farts. He was mad clear through mid
made no effort to conceal It. ,
"What are you trying to do?" he
jelled, "keep .Murphy and mo hero
all year? We have been wultlni;
around here for six weeks vvhllu Kit
chle nursed his noie. Now It's his
toe. All this delay Voits money
Tommy could have had another week
If wo had known about this. Is Ult
chlo ever going to fight Murphy?"
"(live us another week." answered
Foley, "and w will bo ready."
lluckley finally consented after
much fuming, and new articles were
drawn up by Coffroth. These wero
signed upon the same conditions that
were to have governed tho former
match, the only change being that
the forfeit was Increased from f?00J
Flora Stnev is spending her vucn
tion at her homo bete- Wo hear
splendid reNtrls of her scjiool work
anil extend her our hearty congratu
lations. A goodly number of our people at
tended the dance given in Cooper's
hall at Moouvillu Saturday ujgbt. We
are pleased to hear splendid reports
of tlio dances given by Mr. Cooper
who seems to know just how to np
ply ico to the lawless rind uuilesint
John Highaui was here recently so
liciting subscriptions for the old to
llable Oregon .lounial.
Odcssn Stnev has been confined to
the house for some time with n se
vere throat trouble. Wo understand
she is much improved nt this time
and wo hope for her speedy mid i-om-flete
W. W. Morrison and John Coruin
made n trip to Medfonl last week.
"From nil eomplalnts being given
about missing hogs mid young stock
someone must bo laving- in a supply
of meat in contemplation of a long
period of hnrd times.
Mrs. L. M. Sweet inndo n trip to
Centrul l'oint recently nml was uc
eompanii'd home by her sister, Lil
lian Marshall, who remained with her
for a week. Samiiiv Marshall iuiiiiu
for her Tuosday willt his'llectfoot
M. II. Oonlon has recently been
reappointed postmaster for Hcable.
Cottrell Jlroi,. were recent callers
ut teh Sweet ranch.
Lane Wylmid and family made u
trip to Central Point and vicinity re
cently. Percy Chapman and Oln Ilodgcrs
took u plcasiiic ude to Agale mid
J). It. Russell has nicely recovered
from his recent nceiileiil.
ISoweu mul Creiglitou are making
a splendid impiovement in tlio looks
of tliuir ranch b" clearing off tlio
strio of laud running along the
School commenced in the Antioch
district Monday with Miss Kulu
Houston for teacher.
Mcdford teal estate dealers have
been seen in this section several
times of laic. We wonder.
John Kodgcis of Agate was here
recently tepaiiing tlio fences oil bis
DILLON NOMINATED AS
r MARSHAL OF ARIZONA
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. The
nomination of Joseph I'. Dillon to be
JJnitcd States, marshal of Ari.ona
was siml to tJiu seiiulo .today Jy
President Wilson. J
lu pursuance uf legal icqutreiuenl
(luveruor West has issued u ptocl.i
tnatiou dissolving some 700 corpora
lions which for the past two ears
have failed to pay a state license mid
to furnish the commissioner ofcoipo
ratiotis the statements icquiied by
The list is a vmied one mul covets
the entile Held of human cffoit. fiinn
individual to collective; including
milling companies with seductive
names, laud companies, itrigatioii
'hemes, iuvestinrnt companies, punt
ing establishments, railroads, oi ch
ords, dairies, patent rivliN, hospitals,
railroads, telephones mid nil those
things which reditu a big levcuue on
it small investment.
In the list is the Anlii"itii Laun
dry company, tlie ,utomoimc college
of l'oitluud, the Hank of Seaside, the
Ituy City Lund compaii.v, the llaiulou
hospital, the Hanking. Savings
Loan association, the Hingo I'oultrv
- Pheasant coinpau.v, the Hums In
dependent Telephone company, the
Central State Hank, the Cluck'nuiii
Hon Fanning cnniimnv, the Coos Huv
Sr Oregon Central Kiiihvuy Co., the
Columbia l.mul Irrigation Co., the
Crater Lake Light Power Co., the
lleschutes Valley l.aud Investment
Co., the Fanners' Hlcetne Itailwuy
Co., the First Savings Hank & Trust
Co., the (Irauts Puss Rogue River
Railroad Co., the llilWnim Water,
Light & Power Co., the Hood River
Apple Orchards company, the Inde
pendence, Silctx V Pacific liiulwav
Co., the Mount Scott bank, the Mount
lutior water company, tlie Mitiess
Improved Saw Handle company, the
Odd Fellows' Hnildiug association ot
Rainier, the Ontario Towiisite com
pany, the Pay Well Mining 'utipuiix.
the People's Co-operative companv.
the Portland o-tneli fa nil, the Itoval.
Order of ScnN, the Shetuinii Fit nn
crs' Co-operative eouinany, the Tilla
mook Public Service companv, the
I'mntilla Railway & l'.leetrn Powir
Co., the Vitlr- Social club mid the
Wage K.trncrs Investment ioiu'iii.v.
IN BOSTON STORE FI
IIOSTO.V. Jan 1 1 Fireman J A
Hnckctt wai killed, two others were
seriously Injured and I'u.ooo was
done lu damage early this morulii?
(From l.os Angeles' Times,)
U Is not generally known Hint It
Is posslhlu with a good car to ne
gotiate the Sierras at this tlmu of tho
year, from Nevada mid return, yet
this Is what was accomplished last
week by A. II. Howe, au officer lu
tho Nevada Consolidated, at Gold
field. Leaving d'oldfleld Inst Saturday
noon lu a Cadillac, Howe made In
dependence ut night, a dlutaneo of
100 miles. Two hours was spent en
route dlglng out of the deep snow,
twenty miles from Coldrield. Toll
House, lu tho White .Mountains, an
elevation of 8000 feet, Is passed on
this leg or tho journey. This Is
ahout !i000 feet above tho present
snow level. Next day tho Journey
wuh lesumcd and llukersflold was
reached Sunday night.
1 1 owe made tho trip through the
Walker Pass, but encountered somo
very bad roads and n great deal of
mud, Ho relates that In somo places
ho found mud considerably uhovo
tho running boards, and was some
times compelled to bnck up and buck
a great barrier of mud two or three
times before getting through, Ho ar
rived at tho Oaklutid Dan l.eo branch
with his cur lu fluo shape, hut with
about GOO pounds of Sierra mud,
Howe says ho will return lu about
a week. Ho will take tho Tohachtipl
Pass out of llakersflebl this time and
through Jaw llano Canyon nt Olnco,
Ho may drive to Tonopah nml Salt
llowo has nothing but praise for
tho 1014 Cadillac and claims that
It Is tho best car ho has over seen, In
snow, mud and sand. (Adv.)
John A. Perl
SH 8. JIAHTIiKTT
Phones M. 17 unit 47-Jli
Ainbulunco Hen Ico Deputy Coroner
by tho ftio lu the Macon department
ii to to hoi a and nn apartment limine
adjoining, With I lie lempmatuic toiv
degiees below ruro, "fi persons wore
driven lulu t tin ntreetH lu their night
If you want good woud, get It ft nut
Frank II Kay.
LESS MEAT IF BACK
Take a (llas or Salts to I'lu-h Kid
neys If llbiitdee Itolliers Villi
Ill-Ink Lots of Unlet-
Katlug meat legulaily vvenlnall)
piodueisi kldue) trouble lu some foim
or other, sas a well known author
ity, because the uilc at Id In meat ex
cites the kldne). the) become over
worked; get sluggish, clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, particu
larly backache and miser) lu the kid
ney i union; rheumatic tw limes, u
vere headaches, mid stomach, con
stipation, torpid liver. MlciqiliKimiii.
bladder and miliar) Iriltatlou.
The moment jour hack hints or
killings aien't acting right, or f
bladder bothers )ou, get about four
iiiiuces of Jad Salts from any goud
lihitrmac) . take a lablespoonfiil lu a
glass of water before breakfast for a
few dit)s and your kidneys will then
act flue. This fatuous salts In mada
from the mid of grapes mid lemon
Julie, combined with llllila. and has
been lined for generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal nctlvlty; also to neutrallru
the acids lu the urliio so It no louge-.'
Irritates, thus ending bladder disor
ders. Jad Salts cannot Injure nnvonc;
mnko n delightful efforvisKeut lit tt In
water drink which millions of men
and women tnke now and then io
(keep the kidneys and urinary organ
clean, thus avoiding scrimm kldue)
iioitsus ion fi ai.i:
Onn span pf liny mares, ago C and
6 years, weight :r0U. Ono spun,
mare and horse, age 7 and S enrs,
weight '.TilO. Ono good nit around
horse. 8 yearn old. Largo team,
weight 3000. Ono well uroko snddlo
horse. One gentlo ladles' driving
mare. Ouu goud ranch team. Can
he seen at
11. S. Mil's n;i .V. ltlvcr-ldc
To the lady or man suggesting tho
most appropriate uatno for our cigar
ami candy store by January l.'i, will
bo given n 1.00 box of candy or
1.00 worth of good cigars.
We havo purchased this store from
A. M, Hdwurds, located at 131, corner
Main and Central. Wo havo a lino of
first class chocolates, other cnndles,
chewing gun, nuts, fruit; also a big
line of good cigars, clgnrottiis, tobac
co ami smokers' supplies.
Tliuso entering In the contest ad
dress communications to 131 Knst
Main mid all must be lu b) Jan. ir,
nt i p. in.
Wo would greatly npproclnto tho
patronage of tho public and will hu
glad to meet all our friends hero,
WHITMAN &. WEST
Page Theatre, FBr Jan. 16
AVI U JAM MOUUIS prcsi'iils his company of Nng-
Ii'hIi I Mayers i'roni Hie. Manliallan 'I'liealer,
NtJW York, in
The Blindness of Virtue
By ("USMO IIAMIlrON.
A Great Play, Unfolding a (Ireat Tnilh, Mvery Tar-
ent Should See.
'I'wo Arears in London. Four Moid lis in f'hieao.
'J'oii WeolcH in Ho.stoii. Two Months in iNew A'ork.
OhieaKo Record Herald: "Worthy of all the in
dorsement the highest sources can tfivc it."
"A woman who allows her daughter to stnujtdo
throiiKh tho awakonin years of her womanhood is
not fit to, he a mother."
First 11 rows $1.50
Last 7 rows I.0Q
'Box Seats l.fiu
Seat Sale now on.
Tiii'mIhj nml Wedni'Mlii) I'loginni
The Plot or Indhis flillmen
Kaleui Hia-ilal In Two Heels
I'.VI'lli; WHRMiV NO IM
tin: rot t, ami i'kaihtii
inc. Ticocni.Kso.Mi-: .mei.i:
Conduit TIhiimIii) Only
THH WAIF OFTIIH IIHSCIIT
"The Quality of Mercy"
A I'KOVIHHNTIAI, IMKSO.N
Sellg Two Iteeln
Willi, I! I'Wiillit THI.HPIIDNHII
in it i.ii'us.wim
Vltitgraii Coined). IVaturlng
Cutey and Ktlml"
'.lining iimisiliiy .N'lgbt Only
Tin: iiii.iiKN i'iiiv.iv
VllitHnitdi Two Heel Special
Kiiks and Carpets woven from old
carpets nml sewed rngs.
nil Hnkt .Alain phone n:t;i.it
Singer Sewing .Machines
Mnchlncs for rent, phono 810-X.
Iti'tmlrs, cleniiliig, oils, needles, purls,
Al, INOtt.VII M. .MANAOKH
U'JT Soulli Hotly St., Mislfonl
"MRS. H. L. LEACH
V2G North Uurtlott.
Pliono .r)(;: M.
OrTicIai Photographor of th
Medford Commercial Club
Interior and oxtorior viewtt
Negatives nmdo anv time
and any place by appoint-,
I. M. IIAIt.MON, .Malinger.
9M E Main Phonn 1471
First row ....
Next 7 rows
Idtst f rows
Phone l IB